IV INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN GENDER AND COMMUNICATION
27 Nov 2017
The Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Seville hosts the IV International Conference on Gender and Communication in March 8 – 9 th 2018th. On this occasion and following the previous editions, the congress focuses on the importance of media as educators of citizens in respect to equality and diversity of gender identities.
Those interested in participating, can send their conference proposals until January 28th 2018th, to the email address: IVgenderandcom@gmail.com . Once accepted, participants would have until February 23th , 2018 to send the full text of the publication, complying with the rules of style indicated in the following link: https://congreso.us.es/micromachismo/es/normas-de-estilo/#.WipD3bSFit9
CALL FOR PAPERS: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA MAGAZINE #37
20 Nov 2017
The “Comunicación y Medios” Journal of the Institute of Communication and Image of the University of Chile, opens a new call for submission of free-theme articles linked to studies in communication for the Journal number 37 that will be published during the first semester of 2018. The original articles must be sent before March 15, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org
The issue includes a special dossier dedicated to “Contemporary television fiction” and has the collaboration of the invited editors: Ingrid Bachmann (Catholic University of Chile) and Giuliana Cassano (Catholic University of Peru). Those interested in participating can review the publication rules at: www.comunicacionymedios.uchile.cl
In the thematic theme of the Journal “Comunicación y Medios”, reflection and response to theoretical and practical questions about contemporary television fictions and their media discourses in the 21st century are invited. The axes that guide this reflection are:
(1) Social representations in current television fiction.
(2) The television fiction industry in contemporary society, its mobility, its production dynamics, its localization processes.
(3) Changes and permanence in the narrative discourses of current television fiction
(4) Consumption of television fiction on different platforms: transformation of audiences and consumption routines.