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CELTIC-L  September 1991

CELTIC-L September 1991

Subject:

Brazil 92*Communications*Call for Papers

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Melcir Erskine-Richmond <USERNTCP@SFU>

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CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List.

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Fri, 27 Sep 91 12:43:58 PDT

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I apologise if you've already seen this material ...
Aloha
Melcir
 
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                              Call for Papers
 
                    International Communication Section
                         INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION
                      FOR MASS COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
 
                      "Communication for a New World"
              16-21 August 1992, Sao Paulo (Guaruja), Brazil
 
     The International Association for Mass Communication Research (IAMCR)
is the largest professional organization in the field.  The Association has
consultative status with various United Nations bodies and cooperates
closely with regional communication research associations.
 
     The conference theme COMMUNICATION FOR A NEW WORLD embodies both the
quincentennial anniversary of Columbus' landing in the Americas as well as
the recent revolutionary changes in Eastern Europe, Latin America and
elsewhere.  It also reminds us that communication within and between
national societies is essential for building a shared new world that
protects both the biosphere and the sociosphere.
 
                TECHNOLOGIES OF INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
                     (Spanish, Portuguese and English)
     Structure, programming, technology and socio-political context of
diverse global channels of communication, for example, broadcasting,
computers, satellites, and other technologies.
     Co-chairs: LAURIEN ALEXANDRE, Antioch University, 13274 Fiji Way,
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 USA.  Voice: +1-213-578-1080.  Fax: +1-213-822-
4824; JUAN BRAUN, Chasqui: Revista Latinoamerica de Comunicacion, Apartado
Postal 17-01-584, Av. Diego de Almagro y Andrade Marin, Quito, Ecuador.
Office: +593-2-548-011; Home: +593-2-550-710; Fax: +011-593-2-502-487;
Telex: 393-22474; Email: [log in to unmask] (if problem, contact
[log in to unmask])
 
          INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION AND INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT:
                   LESSONS FROM RECENT HISTORY (English)
     Examines the way in which mass media have treated international
crises, with focus on events in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Latin
America.
     Chair: ABBAS MALEK, School of Communications, Howard University,
Washington, DC 20059.  Office: +1-202-806-7929; Home: +1-703-849-0019; Fax:
+1-202-483-5352; Email: [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]
 
            THE "MACBRIDE MOVEMENT": FLOURISHING OR PERISHING?
                     (Spanish, Portuguese and English)
     Assessment of the progress and prospects of the movement toward a new
world information and communication order, as conceived by UNESCO and the
Non-Aligned Movement and articulated in the 1980 MacBride Report.
     Co-chairs: COLLEEN ROACH, Communication Arts and Sciences Department,
Queen's College, City University of New York, Flushing, NY 11367 USA.
Office: +1-718-520-7353; Home: +1-914-636-0947; Fax: +1-718-520-5124;
Email:  [log in to unmask]; RAFAEL RONCAGLIOLO, Instituto Para America Latina,
Centro de Estudios de Cultura Transnacional, Apartado Postal 270031, Lima
17, Peru.  Office:  +51-1-617949; Fax: +51-1-4617949; Email:
[log in to unmask]
 
                   COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL INDUSTRIES
                     (Spanish, Portuguese and English)
     Critical examination of the role of entertainment programming in
national development and international relations, with a focus in the
Caribbean and Latin America.  Special focus (with video presentations) on
soap opera/telenovelas, infotainment, co-productions, reality-based series,
and others.
     Co-chairs:  ANAMARIA FADUL, Escola de Comunicacoes e Artes,
Universdade de Sao Paulo, Av. Prof. Lucio Martins Rodrigues, Cidade
Universitaria, Sao Paulo, SP 05508, Brasil.  Voice: +55-11-813-3222.  Fax:
+1-55-11-815-4272 Telex: 80629.  VIBERT CAMBRIDGE, School of Telecommunica-
tions, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701.  Office: +1-614-593-9178; Home:
+1-614-594-2170; Fax: +1-614-593-1837; Email:
[log in to unmask]
 
                        DEPENDENCY THEORY REVISITED
          (Joint session with Political Economy Section of IAMCR)
     Candid evaluation of the current applicability of dependency theory to
communication and development based upon empirical evidence collected over
three decades.
     Co-Chairs: VINCENT MOSCO, School of Journalism, Carleton University,
Ottawa, ONT K1S 5B6 Canada.  Office: +1-613-788-7404; Home: +1-613-235-
7876; Fax: +1-613-788-5604; Email: [log in to unmask]; HAMID
MOWLANA, School of International Service, The American University, Program
in International Communication, Washington, DC 20016, USA.  Office: +1-202-
885-1628; Home: +1-202-362-9095; Fax: +1-202-885-2494; Email:
[log in to unmask]
 
              MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS ON TRADE IN SERVICES
                (Joint session with Legal Section of IAMCR)
     Critical perspectives on the contradictory needs of northern and
southern countries in "trade in services" negotiations.  Strategic planning
for coordinating these negotiations in UNESCO, GATT, ITU, WIPO.
     Co-chairs:  WOLFGANG KLEINWAECHTER, Braunschweiger-Strasse 30,
Leipzig, Saxonia 7022 Germany.  Home: +37-41-54 801; Fax: +37-41-282-435;
Telex: 51350; after January 1, 1992: Department of Journalism, University
of Tampere, Box 607, Tampere 33101, Finland.  Voice: +358-31-156-292; Fax:
+358-31-134473; Telex: 85722263; Email: [log in to unmask]; EILEEN
MAHONEY, Center for Mass Communication Research, University of Leicester,
104 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 7LT, England.  Office: +44-533-523863; Fax:
+44-533-523874
 
              COMPARING LATIN AMERICAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS:
               MASS COMMUNICATIONS AND SOCIAL COMMUNICATIONS
             (Joint panel with Brazilian Organizing Committee)
     Comparative examination of Latin American communication policies and
infrastructures, especially television, radio, film and print as well as
research, teaching and alternative media.
     Chair: Contact JOSE MARQUES DE MELO at Brazilian Organizing Committee
address below and at Email: [log in to unmask] (Internet)
or jomdmelo@brusp (Bitnet)
 
     The deadline for submission of the completed paper for peer review is
February 1, 1992.  Decisions will be announced by the end of March, 1992.
All papers must contain a 400-word abstract in English printed on one page.
Prospective panelists should submit copies of the completed paper to the
chairs of the panel and to HOWARD FREDERICK, President, International
Communication Section of IAMCR, Post Office Box 94653, Pasadena, California
91109 USA.  Email: [log in to unmask]  (Internet) or
hfrederick%igc.org@stanford (Bitnet).
 
     If you are not an IAMCR member, you may miss further announcements
about the Brazil conference.  If you would like to have an application
form, please send your name and address to the IAMCR Administrative Office,
CEES HAMELINK, President of IAMCR, P.O. Box 67006, 1060 JA Amsterdam, The
Netherlands.  Office: +31-20-6101581. Fax:  +31-20-6104821.  Email:
[log in to unmask]
 
     To contact the Brazilian Organizing Committee, contact FERNANDO
PERRONE AND MARINA RECTOR  Escola de Comunicacoes e Artes, Universdade de
Sao Paulo, Av. Prof. Lucio Martins Rodrigues, 443 Cidade Universitaria, Sao
Paulo, SP CEP 05508 Brasil.  Voice:  +55-11-814-0596; +55-11-815-4272;
Telex: 80629.

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