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[Commlist] IPSA RC10 and RC22 supported workshop: „Bubble Society and the Death of the Public Sphere“
Thu Jan 17 23:07:45 GMT 2019
*CALL FOR PAPERS*
*IPSA RC10 and RC22 supported workshop: *
*„Bubble Society and the Death of the Public Sphere“*
*Interuniversity Centre Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 27 – 28 May 2019*
The workshop is organized in*Dubrovnik* *from 27 to 31 May 2019*, as a
part of the*24th Annual International Conference on Information
Technology and Journalism *
*Abstract deadline: 30 January 2019 *
The workshop focuses on alleged dissolution of the public sphere,
encouraged by the rise of the ‘bubble logic’. We are particularly
interested to discuss if and how digital technologies, along with
traditional media, dismantle public sphere and polarize the electorate.
We especially welcome papers addressing the following questions and topics:
·How convincing is the ‘filter-bubble theory’?
·What is the role of traditional media in creating filter-bubbles?
·How does artificial intelligence affect public sphere?
·Clash of the Bubbles: Fox vs. CNN
·Filter-bubbles, polarization and the rise of populism
·Filter-bubbles and cultivation of the climate change denial
We also welcome submissions that address the following topics:
•Politics of alternative facts
•Content personalization and microtargeting
•Big data and politics
•Facebook and privacy issues
•Viral journalism as the new normal
*KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: *Dr. Walter Lance Bennett, University of Washington,
USA and Dr. Darren G. Lilleker, Bournemouth University, UK
Dr. Walter Lance Bennett is one of the leading world’s media studies
scholar. Lance Bennet is Professor of Political Science and Ruddick C.
Lawrence Professor of Communication at the University of Washington,
Seattle, USA, where he directs the Center for Communication and Civic
Engagement. The focus of his work is on how communication processes
affect citizen engagement with politics. He is author and editor of
twelve books, including academic bestseller “News: the politics of
Dr. Lilleker is one of the leading scholars in political communication
area with particular interests in political party and candidate
communication and the link to citizen and voter engagement. He is
Director of the Centre for Public Communication Research at the
Bournemouth University and Head of Research within the CMC academic
group; Chair of the PSA Political Marketing Specialist Group; Panel
Convenor for Political Communication for the ECPR and a member of ECREA.
Abstracts should not be longer than 500 words and should include:
• Author and Affiliation
• Core theoretical premise of the paper
• Methodology and relevant information on data collection and
• Key findings or questions that analysis will address in an
ongoing or future research
Abstract deadline: 30 January 2019
Notification of acceptance sent out 15 February 2019
Send your proposal to (info /at/ edemokracija.hr) <mailto:(info /at/ edemokracija.hr)>
Registration and Conference Fees:
All participants (presenters and non-presenters) must register to be
able to attend the conference.
Paper presenters and co-authors: 120 Euros
PhD Students and non-presenters: 70 Euros
*SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUE*
A number of selected full papers will be submitted for publication in
special issue in indexed journal Media Studies. All conference papers
will be eligible for this issue. The selection will be based on peer
reviews and it will be carried out by the special issue Guest Editor Dr.
Domagoj Bebić in collaboration with the journal’s Editor-in-Chief. Expected
Medijske studije (Media Studies) is an interdisciplinary journal
published by the Faculty of Political Science of the University of
Zagreb. Articles published in Media Studies are indexed in: Emerging
Sources Citation Index of the Web of Science Core Collection, Scopus,
ERIH PLUS and ProQuest - Social Science Database and Social Science
Premium Collection and are available in the open access data bases:
Hrčak – The Portal of Scientific Journals of Croatia, DOAJ – the
Directory of Open Access Journals and CEEOL – Central and Eastern
European Online Library.
*ORGANIZING COMMITTEE *
Our workshop is supported by IPSA RC10 and RC22 and organized by the
Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb (http://fpzg.hr/) and
InMed Institute (http://www.edemokracija.hr/).
Annual International Conference on Information Technology and Journalism
(ITJ) conference has been organized for 24 years now. The joint RC10/
RC22 workshop was first launched in 2010 and has been organized as the
part of the conference since then.
Conference venue: Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik is an independent international
institution for advanced studies structured as a consortium of
universities with a mission to organize and promote contact and exchange
through projects, study programs, courses and conferences across a wide
range of scientific concerns. Program directors and resource persons
coming from about 170 member universities worldwide cooperate in
organizing the activities. IUC is open to new member institutions as
well as to new programs.
Members of the organizing committee of the workshop are:
Domagoj Bebić (IPSA RC Liaison Representative; Faculty of Political
Science, University of Zagreb)
Mato Brautović (Department of Communication Science, University of
Óscar G. Luengo (Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología,
Universidad de Granada)
Hrvoje Jakopović (Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb)
Božo Skoko (Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb)
Milica Vučković (Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb) -
Marija Volarević (InMed Institute)
If you have any questions about the conference please contact organizing
committee at (info /at/ edemokracija.hr) <mailto:(info /at/ edemokracija.hr)> or
Milica Vučković on behalf of organizing partner, Faculty of
PoliticalScience, University of Zagreb at (milica.vuckovic /at/ fpzg.hr)
<mailto:(milica.vuckovic /at/ fpzg.hr)>.
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