Societies are in a permanent dialogue with change. Change is dealt with in configurations of the present and societies’ visions of the future, entailing reflections and re-constructions of the past. Our apprehension of the features and dimensions of change drives political, economic and cultural responses, at the individual and collective level. Furthermore, change is perceived as a positive or negative outcome or prospect, as an opportunity or a threat, driving the social actors’ struggles for maintenance or reconfiguration of power positions.
This colloquium aims to bring together scholars from a diverse set of foci and backgrounds, from the broad area of media and communication studies, to examine, discuss and reflect upon, through various approaches and methods, how change is constructed, in media and communication practices.
Abstracts of 500 words (in English) can be submitted by 15 June 2020 to Vaia Doudaki (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 10 July 2020.
|Event start||20 November 2020|
|Event end||21 November 2020|
|Organiser||Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism, Charles University|
|Venue||Charles University, Prague|