The 12th Central and Eastern European Communication and Media Conference will be held on 19-21 June 2019 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The title of the conference is Communication Management: Theory and Practice in the 21st Century. The accelerated technological changes in the field of communication are inevitably leading to significant modifications in the current social practice. The clear borders between communication disciplines like public relations, advertising and marketing are no longer the norm as the contemporary tendencies in the field require an integrated communication approach by public and private entities alike. The academic frame of these alternated models of distribution and consumption of information is the primary focus of CEECOM 2019. However, the conference is open to other panel and paper submissions focusing on issues relating to the communication and media practice with emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe.
Submitting a paper (DEADLINE HAS PASSED)
Individual paper proposals addressed to one of the proposed topics or panels could mention the title of the desired panel. However, other topics regarding CEE issues, media practice and theory, communication management or similar could apply and be assigned to a panel at a later point. Abstracts (maximum 250 words) will be evaluated by two members of the Scientific Committee.
Call for papers starts on 10th December 2018 and ends on 11th February 2019. The notification of acceptance will be sent by 25th February 2019.
“Open” panel proposal (DEADLINE HAS PASSED)
You can submit an “open” panel proposal of maximum 500 words. Each submission should include the title and rationale for the panel, and moderator’s name, email and affiliation. Note that “open” panels do not include participants. Participants can apply to panels from 10th December 2018.
The call for “open” panel submissions ends on 8th December 2018. The notifications of acceptance will be sent by 10th December 2018.
“Closed” panel proposal (DEADLINE HAS PASSED)
You can submit a “closed” panel proposal of maximum 500 words. Each submission should include the title and rationale for the panel, and moderator’s name, email and affiliation. Additionally, brief abstracts (up to 250 words) should be provided for each participant’s presentation within the panel, indicating name, email and affiliation. Up to five participants per panel.
The call for “closed” panel submissions ends on 8th December 2018. The notifications of acceptance will be sent by 10th December 2018.
The submission form for papers is already available from the following LINK. For further information, please, consult the contact details below.