[Air-l] Asian Media research

Alan Knight ad.knight at qut.edu.au
Mon Jan 29 15:32:36 PST 2007


It's not too late to submit a paper to Asia's leading Media and
Communications conference to be held in Singapore on June 25/28. The Asian
Media and Communications Research Centre (AMIC) is a unique, Asian centred
Institution for Media and Communications research and professional
development. Established in 1970, AMIC has members from Academia, Industry
and Government in 28 countries. http://www.amic.org.sg/

AMIC offers a recognised and credible alternative to western paradigms where
Americans and Europeans dominated dialogue on Asia affairs. As AMIC's
Australian Board member, I urge you to tap into its intellectual unrivalled
reservoir of conferences, training sessions, journals, books papers and CDs.

AMIC's part of the Singapore conference will explore ³Media Education and
Development: The Quest for New Paradigms². Papers are invited on the
following themes and topics: Human Rights, Alternative and Community Media,
Media and Culture Media Education, Media and Youth Media, Conflict and
Crises, New Media and Digital Technology, Media and Development, Media Law
and Regulation, Media and Gender, Media, Democracy and Communication
Theories and Asian Perspectives, International Communication, Broadcasting
and Media Industry Trends and Dynamics.


See you there!

Professor Alan Knight PhD
Creative Industries Faculty
QUT

http://www.amic.org.sg/





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