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2021 NCA-KACA Call for Submissions

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2021 NCA-KACA Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions

Korean American Communication Association (KACA)

The National Communication Association (NCA) will hold its 107th Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington, on November 18-21, 2021.

The Korean American Communication Association (KACA) division embraces all theoretical and methodological approaches to research. The submission of papers/proposals pursuing NCA’s 2021 convention theme, “Renewal & Transformation” is highly encouraged.

The Korean American Communication Association (KACA) division accepts TWO types of submissions; 1) Full research papers, and 2) Panel discussion proposals. We do NOT accept extended abstract.

1. “Full” research paper 

We invite submissions of full research papers broadly related to any areas of Korean and/or Korean-American communication, including but not limited to:

– Intercultural/International communication

– Cultural studies

– Public Relations, Advertising, and Strategic Communication

– Health communication

– Organizational communication

– Political Communication

– New communication technologies and social media

– Journalism and media industry  

– Contemporary communication issues in science, environment, sports, or entertainment.

Paper should be no more than 25 double-spaced pages, excluding references, tables, and figures. All papers must include a title and a 250-word abstract. Submitters should select “individual paper” as their submission type in the electronic submission form. Work already presented, published or accepted for presentation or publication should NOT be submitted.

2. Panel discussion proposal 

We invite submissions of panel discussion proposals broadly related to all areas of Korean and/or Korean-American communication themes. Considering NCA’s 2021 convention theme, however, we prefer proposal which focuses on one of themes listed in below:

– Korean American community during and after COVID-19 pandemic

– Korean American community in the post-Trump era

– VR/AR technologies and Korean American community in the time of crisis

– (Re)constructing social identity of Korean Americans/Koreans in the time of crisis  

– Communicating race, ethnicity, nationality, and citizenship within/beyond Korea

We also welcome proposal that discusses some big questions such as:

– What is the relevance and value of KACA scholarship and teaching as we recover from this time of crisis?

– How can KACA research and scholarship contribute to rebuilding and restoring our communities?
– What should be done to replenish and advance our discipline?

Panel discussion proposals should include all in below:

1) Title

2) Panel description for the conference online program (75 words)

3) Rationale (400-500 words)

4) List of names, e-mails, and institutions of all panelists

5) Abstract/summary of each presentation (150 words for each presentation).

* Note. Panels should avoid single institution representation.

All papers and panel discussion proposals will be blind reviewed by 2-3 reviewers with expertise in the area. Submitters MUST DELETE ALL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION from the uploaded document before submitting a paper or proposal.

All submissions must be made by March 31 (Wed), 2021 at 11:59 PM (Pacific Time).

Please submit your work online using the NCA Convention Central (https://www.natcom.org/nca-107th-annual-convention-renewal-and-transformation). AV requests must be made at the time of submission to be considered.

Helpful resources, including live and recorded step-by-step instructions on how to submit, are available in the Convention Resource Library (https://www.natcom.org/convention-events/convention-resources/convention-resource-library). All submitters are encouraged to review the General Convention Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)  and the Professional Standards for Convention Participants prior to submission.

You do NOT need to be a member of the NCA or the KACA to submit a paper/panel discussion proposal. However, if accepted, at least one author will need to (1) register for the NCA convention and (2) attend the convention to present the work (otherwise, the presentation will be removed from the program).

Questions about the call should be directed to:

Dr. Eun-Jeong Han (exhan@salisbury.edu)

KACA-ICA call for papers: Deadline extended to December 14th

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KACA-ICA call for papers: Deadline extended to December 14th

Dear KACA members,


Due to several requests, we have decided to extend the KACA-ICA research session submission deadline. We understand that due to the current situations work in a number of groups is delayed. We have extended the deadline to Monday, December 14th, 11:59 pm EST. 

Refer to the original call for papers announcement below for more information.  You may send an email to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu for any inquiries. 

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Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

Denver Colorado, USA | May 27- 31, 2021

Korean American Communication Association (KACA) will hold two competitive paper sessions, jointly with Chinese Communication Association (CCA) at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). We invite you to submit your completed papers related to any of the following topics:

KACA & CCA Joint Competitive Research Paper Topics:

The topics for the two joint sessions are as follows:

1.     Communicating Crisis in Networked Asia: The themed session will collaborate with the special issue (winter 2021) of the Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (https://jceasia.org). Authors of selected papers from this joint session will be invited to submit an extended and improved version of the full manuscript to the special issue submission. For more information on the special issue, click here).  

2.     Open Topic Session: KACA and CCA accept studies that reflect media and communication research endeavors relating to Korean-, Chinese-, or East Asian-related communication themes. Any theoretical and/or methodological approaches in communication sub-disciplines are welcomed. We encourage studies reflecting the ICA conference theme of “Engaging the Essential Work of Care: Communication, Connectedness, and Social Justice  (for more information of the ICA general calls for papers, visit https://www.icahdq.org/general/custom.asp?page=ICA21CFP).

Submission Deadline & Policies

KACA accepts two types of submissions: (1) full papers and (2) extended abstracts.

Send your completed papers or extended abstracts to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu no later than 11:59 pm (EST), Monday, November 30, 2020  December 14 (Please note the time difference across geographic regions.

  • Authors may submit (a) paper (s) either to Open Competition or Student Paper Competition category.
  • For the Student Paper Competition category, all author(s) must be students at the time of the submission.
  • For the blind review of the submitted manuscripts, all author identification must be removed from the document except the cover page.
  • Only full paper submissions will be considered for the Best KACA Paper Award competition.
  • The Best Paper Award will be granted to the author(s) of the manuscript that receives the highest evaluation scores in each category: open competition and student paper competition.

Full-Paper Manuscript Preparation

Two separate files are required for the paper submission: (1) Cover page; and (2) Manuscript.

Cover Page: A separate cover page is required. The cover page must include the following information:

  • Paper title
  • An abstract (less than 200 words)
  • 5 to 8 keywords
  • Submission Categories: Open competition or Student Paper competition
  • Submission Type: Full manuscript or Extended Abstract
  • All author names, email addresses, affiliations, and departments listed in the order as they appear on the paper.
  • Corresponding author and contact information including e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number if different from the first author.

Manuscript Format:

  • Send your manuscript in a form of Word or PDF. 
  • Completed papers are limited to 8000 words in length (Times New Roman, double-spaced, excluding references, figure and tables, with 12-point size and 1-inch margins).
  • APA reference style is preferred.

Extended Abstract Preparation:

Two separate files are required for the paper submission: (1) Cover page; and (2) Manuscript.

Cover Page: Refer to the full-manuscript guideline above.

Format:

  • An extended abstract must be no longer than a maximum of 2000 words in length (Time New Roman, double-spaced; a brief abstract, references, tables, and figures do not count against the total word count). 
  • The goal for extended abstracts is to present and discuss current research where data has already been collected and preliminary analyses have been conducted for the first round of the extended abstract submission. Abstracts are not appropriate for exclusively methodological or theoretical papers without any empirical findings.
  • The selected abstract author(s) must submit the full-paper no later than 11:59 pm (EST) on Feb 1st, 2021 to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu.
  • Extended abstracts are not eligible for top paper awards.

Reviewers

For those who do not plan to submit a paper to KACA sessions this year, please consider serving as an ad-hoc reviewer for KACA. Please use the following link to register as a reviewer.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfqeKgwVDvWoAISsau8JcIEjE-fAoNiYsMTRIabTj_hidwGSg/viewform?usp=pp_url

Contact Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu for any inquiries about reviewer registration. We appreciate your service as a KACA reviewer.

Eligibility

You do not need to be a member of the ICA or the KACA to submit a paper for the sessions. However, if your paper is accepted for the session, you will need to (1) register for the ICA conference and (2) attend the conference to present your paper. Award recipients must be registered members of KACA at the time of the award ceremony.

For the KACA membership, visit http://www.thekaca.org/membership/ 

Detailed information about the conference and the ICA membership can be found at the ICA home page at http://www.icahdq.org

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Jin-Ae Kang, Ph.D

Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

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Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

Dear KACA members! 


KACA-ICA research session paper submission deadline is fast approaching!  Please join us with your wonderful research!The deadline is November 30th, 11:50 pm (Eastern Time). You may submit your paper to Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu. For more information, look at the call for papers! Thank you!  

Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

Denver Colorado, USA | May 27- 31, 2021

Korean American Communication Association (KACA) will hold two competitive paper sessions, jointly with Chinese Communication Association (CCA) at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). We invite you to submit your completed papers related to any of the following topics:

KACA & CCA Joint Competitive Research Paper Topics:

The topics for the two joint sessions are as follows:

  1. Communicating Crisis in Networked Asia: The themed session will collaborate with the special issue (winter 2021) of the Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (https://jceasia.org). Authors of selected papers from this joint session will be invited to submit an extended and improved version of the full manuscript to the special issue submission. For more information on the special issue, click here).  
  2. Open Topic Session: KACA and CCA accept studies that reflect media and communication research endeavors relating to Korean-, Chinese-, or East Asian-related communication themes. Any theoretical and/or methodological approaches in communication sub-disciplines are welcomed. We encourage studies reflecting the ICA conference theme of “Engaging the Essential Work of Care: Communication, Connectedness, and Social Justice  (for more information of the ICA general calls for papers, visit https://www.icahdq.org/general/custom.asp?page=ICA21CFP).

Submission Deadline & Policies

KACA accepts two types of submissions: (1) full papers and (2) extended abstracts.

Send your completed papers or extended abstracts to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu no later than 11:59 pm (EST), Monday, November 30, 2020 (Please note for the time difference across geographic regions.

  • Authors may submit paper(s) either to Open Competition or Student Paper Competition category.
  • For the Student Paper Competition category, all author(s) must be students at the time of the submission.
  • For the blind review of the submitted manuscripts, all author identification must be removed from the document except the cover page.
  • Only full paper submissions will be considered for the Best KACA Paper Award competition.
  • The Best Paper Award will be granted to the author(s) of the manuscript that receives the highest evaluation scores in each category: open competition and student paper competition.

Full-Paper Manuscript Preparation

Two separate files are required for the paper submission: (1) Cover page; and (2) Manuscript.

Cover Page: A separate cover page is required. The cover page must include the following information:

  • Paper title
  • An abstract (less than 200 words)
  • 5 to 8 keywords
  • Submission Categories: Open competition or Student Paper competition
  • Submission Type: Full manuscript or Extended Abstract
  • All author names, email addresses, affiliations, and departments listed in the order as they appear on the paper.
  • Corresponding author and contact information including e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number if different from the first author.

Manuscript Format:

  • Send your manuscript in a form of Word or PDF. 
  • Completed papers are limited to 8000 words in length (Times New Roman, double-spaced, excluding references, figure and tables, with 12-point size and 1-inch margins).
  • APA reference style is preferred.

Extended Abstract Preparation:

Two separate files are required for the paper submission: (1) Cover page; and (2) Manuscript.

Cover Page: Refer to the full-manuscript guideline above.

Format:

  • An extended abstract must be no longer than a maximum of 2000 words in length (Time New Roman, double-spaced; a brief abstract, references, tables, and figures do not count against the total word count). 
  • The goal for extended abstracts is to present and discuss current research where data has already been collected and preliminary analyses have been conducted for the first round of the extended abstract submission. Abstracts are not appropriate for exclusively methodological or theoretical papers without any empirical findings.
  • The selected abstract author(s) must submit the full-paper no later than 11:59 pm (EST) on Feb 1st, 2021 to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu.
  • Extended abstracts are not eligible for top paper awards.

Reviewers

For those who do not plan to submit a paper to KACA sessions this year, please consider serving as an ad-hoc reviewer for KACA. Please use the following link to register as a reviewer.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfqeKgwVDvWoAISsau8JcIEjE-fAoNiYsMTRIabTj_hidwGSg/viewform?usp=pp_url

Contact Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu for any inquiries about reviewer registration. We appreciate your service as a KACA reviewer.

Eligibility

You do not need to be a member of the ICA or the KACA to submit a paper for the sessions. However, if your paper is accepted for the session, you will need to (1) register for the ICA conference and (2) attend the conference to present your paper. Award recipients must be registered members of KACA at the time of the award ceremony.

For the KACA membership, visit http://www.thekaca.org/membership/ 

Detailed information about the conference and the ICA membership can be found at the ICA home page at http://www.icahdq.org

Three open-rank positions at University of Kansas (strategic communication or emerging media)

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Three open-rank positions at University of Kansas (strategic communication or emerging media)

The University of Kansas has three open-rank positions (Assistant/Associate/Full) in the areas of strategic communication and emerging media. 
Here is the link to the job announcement and application site. Let me know if you have any questions about the positions. 
Best, 

Hyunjin Seo, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Docking Faculty Scholar | University of Kansas

Director | KU Center for Digital Inclusion

Faculty Associate | Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University 

Email: hseo@ku.edu

Website: www.hyunjinseo.com

Twitter: @hyunjinseo

고려대학교 미디어학부 스마트미디어 서비스 연구센터(SSRC) 연구교수 초빙공고

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고려대학교 미디어학부 스마트미디어 서비스 연구센터(SSRC) 연구교수 초빙공고

□ 모집분야  지원자격

1. 고려대학교 미디어학부 ‘스마트미디어 서비스 연구센터(SSRC)’ 전임연구원(연구교수)

※ ‘스마트미디어 서비스 연구센터’는 과학기술정보통신부가 지원하는 대학ICT연구센터(ITRC)로서 2020년 7월부터 운영되고 있음. 

연구센터장은 고려대학교 미디어학부 김성철 교수임

2. 미디어학, 경영학, 컴퓨터 사이언스 등 스마트미디어 관련 분야 박사학위 소지자 (2020년 8월 31일 기준)

3. 채용인원: 0명

□ 고용 조건  급여

1. 계약기간: 1년 (1년 단위 계약연장 가능, 최대 4년)

2. 급여: 년 3,600만원 내외 (4대 보험 가입, 퇴직금 별도)

3. 근무조건:

– 전일제 근무(타 대학 또는 타 기관과의 전일제 중복계약 불가함)

– 전임연구인력은 본 연구센터의 주제에 부합하는 연구에 전념해야 함. 전임연구인력은 강의를 맡을 수 있으나 연구센터장의 판단에 따름

□ 전형  채용일정 안내

1. 서류

– 제출서류:

가. 이력서

나. 심사대상 연구실적물 목록-향후 게재 예정 논문 반드시 포함

다. 학력 및 성적증명서(대학 및 대학원)

라. 경력증명서

마. 자기소개서(주요 연구업적과 수상 경력 등)

바. 연구계획서(중·단기 연구계획 및 목표 등)

– 제출기한: 202011 15() 10:00까지 (한국시간) 이메일 제출

– 접수 및 문의처: 임철민 조교 (limchul92@gmail.com)

2. 면접: 서류심사 후 개별 면접 진행 예정

3. 2020년 12월 초 임용예정

□ 심사사항 및 우대사항

– 모집 분야(스마트미디어, 특히 OTT) 관련 전공 적합성 및 연구역량을 집중 심사함. 학제간 융합연구 경험이 있거나 영어논문 작성이 가능한 경우 우대함

□ 기타

– 제출서류가 사실과 다를 경우 선발이 취소될 수 있음

Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

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Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

Call for 2021 ICA Papers and Ad-hoc Reviewers

Denver Colorado, USA | May 27- 31, 2021

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Korean American Communication Association (KACA) will hold two competitive paper sessions, jointly with Chinese Communication Association (CCA) at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). We invite you to submit your completed papers related to any of the following topics:

KACA & CCA Joint Competitive Research Paper Topics:

The topics for the two joint sessions are as follows:

1.     Communicating Crisis in Networked Asia: The themed session will collaborate with the special issue (winter 2021) of the Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (https://jceasia.org). Authors of selected papers from this joint session will be invited to submit an extended and improved version of the full manuscript to the special issue submission. For more information on the special issue, click here).  

2.     Open Topic Session: KACA and CCA accept studies that reflect media and communication research endeavors relating to Korean-, Chinese-, or East Asian-related communication themes. Any theoretical and/or methodological approaches in communication sub-disciplines are welcomed. We encourage studies reflecting the ICA conference theme of “Engaging the Essential Work of Care: Communication, Connectedness, and Social Justice  (for more information of the ICA general calls for papers, visit https://www.icahdq.org/general/custom.asp?page=ICA21CFP).

Submission Deadline & Policies

KACA accepts two types of submissions: (1) full papers and (2) extended abstracts.

Send your completed papers or extended abstracts to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu no later than 11:59 pm (EST), Monday, November 30, 2020 (Please note for the time difference across geographic regions.

  • Authors may submit paper(s) either to Open Competition or Student Paper Competition category.
  • For the Student Paper Competition category, all author(s) must be students at the time of the submission.
  • For the blind review of the submitted manuscripts, all author identification must be removed from the document except the cover page.
  • Only full paper submissions will be considered for the Best KACA Paper Award competition.
  • The Best Paper Award will be granted to the author(s) of the manuscript that receives the highest evaluation scores in each category: open competition and student paper competition.

Full-Paper Manuscript Preparation

Two separate files are required for the paper submission: (1) Cover page; and (2) Manuscript.

Cover Page: A separate cover page is required. The cover page must include the following information:

  • Paper title
  • An abstract (less than 200 words)
  • 5 to 8 keywords
  • Submission Categories: Open competition or Student Paper competition
  • Submission Type: Full manuscript or Extended Abstract
  • All author names, email addresses, affiliations, and departments listed in the order as they appear on the paper.
  • Corresponding author and contact information including e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number if different from the first author.

Manuscript Format:

  • Send your manuscript in a form of Word or PDF. 
  • Completed papers are limited to 8000 words in length (Times New Roman, double-spaced, excluding references, figure and tables, with 12-point size and 1-inch margins).
  • APA reference style is preferred.

Extended Abstract Preparation:

Two separate files are required for the paper submission: (1) Cover page; and (2) Manuscript.

Cover Page: Refer to the full-manuscript guideline above.

Format:

·      An extended abstract must be no longer than a maximum of 2000 words in length (Time New Roman, double-spaced; a brief abstract, references, tables, and figures do not count against the total word count). 

·      The goal for extended abstracts is to present and discuss current research where data has already been collected and preliminary analyses have been conducted for the first round of the extended
abstract submission. Abstracts are not appropriate for exclusively
methodological or theoretical papers without any empirical findings.

·      The selected abstract author(s) must submit the full-paper no later than 11:59 pm (EST) on Feb 1st, 2021 to Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu.

·      Extended abstracts are not eligible for top paper awards.

Reviewers

For those who do not plan to submit a paper to KACA sessions this year, please consider serving as an ad-hoc reviewer for KACA. Please use the following link to register as a reviewer.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfqeKgwVDvWoAISsau8JcIEjE-fAoNiYsMTRIabTj_hidwGSg/viewform?usp=pp_url

Contact Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at kangj@ecu.edu for any inquiries about reviewer registration. We appreciate your service as a KACA reviewer.

Eligibility

You do not need to be a member of the ICA or the KACA to submit a paper for the sessions. However, if your paper is accepted for the session, you will need to (1) register for the ICA conference and (2) attend the conference to present your paper. Award recipients must be registered members of KACA at the time of the award ceremony.

For the KACA membership, visit http://www.thekaca.org/membership/ 

Detailed information about the conference and the ICA membership can be found at the ICA home page at http://www.icahdq.org 

전북대학교 신문방송학과 2021년도 전임교원 초빙공고

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전북대학교 신문방송학과 2021년도 전임교원 초빙공고

KACA 회원님의 건승을 기원합니다. 저희 전북대학교 신문방송학과에서는 2021년 3월자 임용 예정으로 “New Media” 또는 “Advertising/Public Relations” 전공의 신임 교수님을 모시고자 합니다. 세부 전공 분야에서 보시는 바와 같이, 전공영역을 폭넓게 정해서 특정 분야를 가리지 않고 우수한 교수님을 모시고자 하오니, 관심 있는 KACA 회원 여러분들께서 많이 지원해주실 수 있도록 이메일과 홈페이지에 공지해주시면 감사하겠습니다. 


주요 내용은 다음과 같습니다. 

◇ 전북대학교 신문방송학과, <2021학년도 전임교원> 초빙 공고 

1) 채용 분야: 뉴미디어  또는 광고PR

2) 지원 기간:

   가. 공고기간 : 2020. 10. 16.() ~ 11. 2.() 

   나. 공고매체

      〇 하이브레인넷 : http://www.hibrain.net/

      〇 본교 교수 초빙 홈페이지 : http://professor.jbnu.ac.kr/

  다. 인터넷(온라인) 접수

  (1) 홈페이지 주소 : http://professor.jbnu.ac.kr

  (2) 입력기간 : 2020. 10. 21(수) 09:00 ~ 2020. 11. 2.(월) 18:00 [한국시각]

라. 지원서류 접수

  (1) 대 상 : 인터넷 접수자에 한함

  (2) 접수기간 : 2020. 10. 26.(월) 10:00 ~ 2020. 11. 2.(월) 18:00 [한국시각]

  (3) 접수방법 : 우편 및 택배 접수(권장), 방문 접수, 대리인 접수

   * 2020. 11. 2.(월) 18:00까지 도착분에 한하여 인정하고, 서류미비 및 접수확인에 대한 책임은 지원자 본인에게 있음 

   * 우편접수를 할 경우에는 우체국 및 택배사로 접수 여부를 확인하시기 바람

  (4) 접수처 : 전북대학교 진수당 1층 가인홀

     (54896 전라북도 전주시 덕진구 백제대로 567, 금암동 전북대학교)

    ≪ 전화 : 82-63-270-2086, 2135 / FAX : 82-63-270-2082 /Email: insa@jbnu.ac.kr ≫

    ≪ 홈페이지 : http://professor.jbnu.ac.kr ≫

다. 초빙 일정(계획) : 전임교원 초빙 추진 상황에 따라 변경될 수 있음

  (1) 공개강의 및 세미나 : 2020. 12. 14.(목) ~ 2020. 12. 18.(금) (예정)

  (2) 면접 : 2021. 1. 5.(화) ~ 2021. 1. 8.(금) (예정)

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Kyung Han You, Ph.D
Associate Professor
Department of Media & Communication Studies
Jeonbuk National University

선문대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션 학부 교수초빙 공고

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선문대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션 학부 교수초빙 공고

선문대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션 학부

2021-전반기 교수초빙 공고

채용분야 및 인원:

디지털 PR – 1명 (일반 전임교원/정년트랙)

데이터커뮤니케이션, 인공지능미디어 – 1명 (일반 전임교원/정년트랙)

지원서 제출

인터넷 접수기간: 2020년 10월 8일(목) 10:00 ~ 19일(월) 17:00

출력한 지원서, 자기소개서, 실적내역서(연구실적목록)와 증빙서류(초빙공고문 참조)를 등기우편(소포 or 택배)으로 반드시 2020.10.19.(월)까지 제출.

* 자세한 사항은 아래 선문대학교 신규교원 임용페이지(아래링크) 참고 부탁드립니다.

https://faculty.sunmoon.ac.kr/subpage/community/community01.asp?mmode=view&intSeq=136&strBoardID=notice


최홍림

선문대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션학과

전화: 041-530-2578

팩스: 041-541-7424

Hong-Lim Choi, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Media Communication

Sun Moon University

Tel: 82-41-530-2578

Fax: 82-41-541-7424  

Special Issue CFP: Media Freedom in Asia: Challenges from Below

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Special Issue CFP: Media Freedom in Asia: Challenges from Below

Advancing media freedom has been one of the megatrends in Asian communication over the past 30-40 years. Media space has been opened up by political revolutions and reform movements, television deregulation, the rollout of the internet, and demands for more choice and voice by hundreds of millions of better educated and more economically empowered citizens.

Over the past decade, however, this trend has slowed, stalled, or even reversed in several Asian societies. This is in line with a global pattern of “democratic recession” and “authoritarian resilience” observed by many analysts. The most obvious cause is the emergence of authoritarian leaders. However, top-down explanations do not capture fully the current dynamics. One striking feature of the state of media freedom in many Asian societies is the ambiguous role of the publics that are ostensibly the main beneficiaries of the right to freedom of expression.

In some settings, popular responses to state interventions range from indifference and apathy to active, partisan support for authoritarian leaders’ attacks on media. In other cases, the attacks come directly from popular movements. Religious and other identity-based groups may even be the main drivers of censorship and self-censorship, in societies where government control is less of an issue. Sometimes, in the absence of well-functioning independent media accountability systems, the public’s legitimate ethical concerns can result in interventions that obstruct the media.

We invite papers that expand our theoretical and empirical understanding of Asian media freedom’s “challenges from below”. The guest editors’ working definition of “media” covers traditional mass media, online media, and internet intermediaries and platforms. We will focus on media that already or potentially contribute to public discourse and political culture, especially news media but also entertainment formats. In line with the Asian Journal of Communication’s scope, papers must be grounded in one or more Asian jurisdictions, and can address the topic from any appropriate disciplinary tradition and methodological approach, including historical, legal and comparative methods.

Submissions are invited on questions such as:

  • How and why has support for media freedom changed over time in selected Asian countries?
  • How have the rhetorical strategies of populist leaders in Asia sought to delegitimise independent media?
  • How do decentralised attacks on media, such as through cyber troops and vigilante violence, operate in Asia and what are their effects?
  • How do publics in Asia understand media freedom, for what historical or cultural reasons, and to what extent are their framings compatible with the idea of freedom of expression as a universal human right?
  • Based on trends in Asia, how can we better conceptualise media and their publics?
  • What makes “free” Asian countries stand out and how in the mostly partly free or not free Asia?

Full papers are due by 11 January 2021.

Primary Contact: Cherian George cherian@hkbu.edu.hk  (Hong Kong Baptist University).

Here is the link for the detailed information: https://think.taylorandfrancis.com/special_issues/asian-journal-communication-media-freedom/?utm_source=TFO&utm_medium=cms&utm_campaign=JPG15743

부산대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션학과 전임교원 채용

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부산대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션학과 전임교원 채용

부산대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션학과에서 다음과 같이 신임교원을 초빙하고자 합니다.


초빙 전공분야: 저널리즘 혹은 빅데이터커뮤니케이션 
초빙요건: 영어강의 가능자, 박사학위 취득 후 교육 및 연구경력 1년 이상, 연구실적은 본교 공통요건에 따름 지원기간: 2020. 9. 17.(목) 09:00~2020. 10. 5.(월) 18:00 [한국시각 기준]접수방법: 온라인 등록지원양식 및 자세한 사항은 아래의 링크를 통해서 확인 바랍니다.
http://ppes.pusan.ac.kr


기타 문의사항은 미디어커뮤니케이션학과 김효정 교수(hyo.kim@pusan.ac.kr)에게 연락바랍니다.

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