On November 28, 29 and 30 of 2018, the XIII Congress of LUSOCOM will be held in Maputo, Mozambique. The main theme of the meeting will be “Communication and information for development”.
Promoting today the social, cultural and economic development of a country or a geographical region can not be seen as an independent task of the dynamization of communication processes and the viability of free information flows. For this purpose, in this conference of LUSOCOM, researchers are invited to reflect on the relationship between communication, information and development. Work proposals will be welcomed that, in each thematic group, bear this problem in mind and discuss it in the perspective of Portuguese-speaking countries.
The submission of proposals will be done through the web form of the LUSOCOM website, until May 20, 2018, by presenting a summary of a maximum of 500 words. There is no limit to the number of abstracts allowed by author and works can be submitted in Portuguese and Galician. The thematic groups accepted are:
- Communication, Art and Design
- Communication and Education
- Communication and Identity Representations
- Communication, Information and Development
- Organizational Communication
- Communication and Culture
- Visual Communication
- Cultural and Gender Studies
- History of the Media
- Cultural and Creative Industries
- Radio and Television
- Social Networks and Dixital Culture
- Information Society and Communication Policies
- Sociology of Communication
- On the LUSOCOM website , you will find all the information about the conference.
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