ASSIBERCOM extends its deadline until July 31st
The 17th edition of IBERCOM will take place in Bogotá from November 27th to 29th
The Associação Ibero-Americana de Comunicação (ASSIBERCOM) has just enxtended the deadline for the abstracts presentation for the 17th edition of the IBERCOM, hosted by the Communication Department and the Communication and Language School Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá, Colombia). The abstracts can be send until July 31st.
The congress aims to reaffirm the Ibero-american space for reflection and debate on Communication Studies. Keeping in mind the historical moment Colombia is going through, as well as the possibilities of encounter and intercultural dialogue, “Comunicação, Violências e Transições” will be the topic of IBERCOM 2019. The bet on this theme is related to the conviction of violence as a complex phenomena beyond the purely physical or material dimension, widely encompassing the field of the discoursive and the symbolic.
The organization of the congress encourages the reflection on the role of communication in the democratic transitions, together with other several kind of transitions (socio-ecologic, geographic, biologic, gender, conceptual…) the contemporary world is living. Following this general line and considering the thematic divisions established in its web, interested researchers and students must send an expanded abstract in the indicated format.
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