“Cidades, conectividade e criatividade”. Este é o tema da Conferência da Associação Internacional de Pesquisa em Comunicação (IAMCR), prevista para julho de 2011 em Istambul, Turquia.
A seção de Pesquisa e Ensino de Jornalismo já fez chamadas de trabalho, conforme se vê a seguir:
The Journalism Research & Education Section invites submissions for its open sessions at the IAMCR that will be held Kadir Has University will host the 2011 IAMCR Conference in Istanbul, Turkey, July 13-17 2011. The theme for the 2011 conference will be ‘Cities, Connectivity and Creativity‘
We need to start thinking more creatively about what we are going to do in the volatile future, by finding new motives and opportunities to produce really creative change in the field of journalism research and education. It is thus mandatory to build resilience into our field. This year JRE invites its members to think creatively and holistically about solving problems of the journalism research and education that transcend borders.
It is thus imperative to analyze the different perspectives of creativity, vitality and competitively within urban contexts to provide the appropriate structural conditions necessary for the development of journalism research and education.
The current historical moments of contingency offer the opportunity to reform journalism institutions, curricula and education makes this year’s theme a chance to be prepared and resilient in order to rebuild, and improve the journalism research and education.
The Journalism Research & Education Section invites papers within the general theme of ‘Cities, Connectivity and Creativity‘ and by following one of the JRE Section covers five main themes:
First Themes: International Collaborative Research in Journalism Research: New Challenges and Emergent Perspectives.
Second Theme: Innovations in Journalism:
Third Theme: The Professional Journalism:
Fourth Theme: Methods for Quantifying Professional Journalism:
Fifth Theme: Generic Studies of Journalism:
The Journalism Research & Education Section is opened for panel proposals. Research paper proposal and panel proposals should be sent only through the Conference website, and send another copy to the JRE Section Chair. Proposals should not exceed 500 words including the research objectives, theoretical framework and methodology. Each proposal must include title, name(s), affiliation, institutional address and email address of author(s).
The deadlines are as follows:
- Submission of abstracts: January 31, 2011 (papers will be assessed and provisionally accepted on the basis of the abstracts).
- Announcement of acceptances: March 15, 2011
- Full papers due: April 30, 2011
IAMCR accepts presentations in English, French and Spanish. However, it is requested that abstracts, if at all possible, be submitted in English. Please refer to the JRE website for guidelines
Authors interested in the Journalism Research & Education Section on-line publication will be requested to send their full papers after final modifications no later than September 2011. The review process includes a blind referee process of six members (steering committee) will review the research papers to optimize the quality of research in the best objective and professional level.