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WJEC Call for Abstracts
Identity and Integrity in Journalism Education
July 14-16, 2016, Auckland, New Zealand
The fourth World Journalism Education Congress will be held at the Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand between July 14 and 16, 2016. It follows the successful third congress held in Mechelen, Belgium, in July 2013. (For details see www.wjec.aut.ac.nz and http://wjec.ou.edu/congress.php)
The WJEC is inviting academic paper abstracts related to the wider issue of journalism education for presentation as refereed research papers at the conference. Abstracts will be accepted on any topics related to mass communication but submitters are encouraged to focus their submissions on the broader conference theme, “Identity and Integrity in Journalism Education” and to specifically relate their work to: Mobile/Social/User-generated Media and Journalism; Research Trends in Journalism; Utilizing the Professional Connection in Journalism Education; 21st Century Ethical Issues in Journalism; Journalism Education and an Informed Citizenry; Journalism Programs Offered by the Industry; Journalism Education in the South Pacific; and Journalism Education in Asia. Abstract submission guidelines: WJEC invites interested presenters to electronically submit abstracts only (minimum 500 words; maximum 800 words) by December 1, 2015. See Complete Call.
Call for Papers on Journalism, Citizenship and Democracy
An AEJMC Presidential Initiative in partnership with The Kettering Foundation
Revitalizing the Bonds of Journalism, Citizenship and Democracy
This call is an initiative to encourage scholarship that explores the crucial relationships between journalism education and practice with citizenship, communities and democracy in the digital age. This call for papers asks questions on two fronts: journalism education and scholarship about citizen-centered journalism practice. Scholars are encouraged to submit abstracts of no more than 1,500 words by September 19, 2015. See Complete Call.