ECREA 2012 – 4th European Communication Conference – 24-27.10.2012 @Istanbul Bilgi University

13 01 2012

Call for Papers

ECREA 2012 – 4th European Communication Conference

Istanbul Bilgi University
Istanbul, Turkey, 24-27 October 2012
Hosted by the Turkish Communication Research Association (ILAD)

Abstracts are welcome from all areas and traditions of philosophy. The general theme of the conference is ‘Social Media-Global Voices’. We are looking for contributions in media and communication philosophy, ethics, philosophy of culture, political philosophy, but also philosophy of language and information, semiotics, epistemoloy, the history of philosophy and other fields.

ECREA is pleased to accept proposals for individual papers, panels as well as poster presentations. All proposals must be submitted through the conference website

Abstracts should be written in English and contain a clear outline of the argument, the theoretical framework, and, where applicable, methodology and results. The preferred length of the individual abstracts is between 400 and 500 words (the maximum is 500 words). Panel proposals –which should consist of five individual contributions–, combine a panel abstract with five individual abstracts, each of which are between 400 and 500 words.

Participants may submit more than one proposal, but only one paper or poster by the same first author might be accepted. First authors can still be second (or third, etc.) author of other papers or posters, and can still act as chair or respondent of a panel.

All proposals should be submitted through the conference website from 1 December 2011 to 28 February 2012. Early submission is strongly encouraged.

We look forward to receiving your abstract,

with kind regards
Johan Siebers
Philosophy of Communication Section Chair

Quelle: DGPhil



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