CFP ICA Nordic Regional Conference (Copenhagen)

CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACTS
The 2015 International Communication Association Nordic Regional Conference will take place 11-13 October 2015 at the Copenhagen Business School. The theme, Responsible Communication and Governance, reflects the communication field’s and the Nordic region’s research expertise in areas such as corporate social responsibility, sustainability, governance, and communication. The conference is sponsored by:
” Copenhagen Business School’s (CBS) Dept. of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM)
” NordiCom (Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research)
” University of Southern Denmark
” University of Oslo’s Dept. of Media and Communication
” DEMICOM at Mid Sweden University
” Arhus University’s Dept. of Business Communication
” Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
” Jiao Tong University School of Media and Design
” The Susan Bulkely Butler Center for Leadership Excellence at Purdue University

General theme: Responsible Communication and Governance
The goal of the ICA Regional Conference is to stimulate reflection on and discussion about how responsibility is organized and communicated across a variety of contexts and settings, including social, political, intercultural, corporate, health, and interpersonal communication, amongst other contexts. In particular, the conference focuses on how responsibility emerges in communication, how it shapes and is shaped by social and organizational practices, and how it develops as a social and political ideal at the intersection between governance, talk, and action.

The theme reflects the communication field’s ongoing commitment to examine, critique and shape the shifting roles and responsibilities that we face in regional and global contexts. We welcome extended abstracts for paper and panel submissions that discuss how responsibility is informed and shaped by communication and governance practices either within a particular context or setting (e.g., an organization, the media, a country, a political party) or as it plays out in various processes such as:
” Meaning and sense making
” Talk and action
” Policy making
” Power and control
” Materiality
” Transnational movements
” Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility
” Internet policies and infrastructures
” Freedom of information and privacy
” Crowdsourcing and open access to information
” Grassroots organizing
” Environmental sustainability
” Engaged scholarship

Keynote speakers will be:
Professor Linda Putnam, U of California, Santa Barbara
Professor Lilie Chouliaraki, London School of Economics
Professor Mette Morsing, Copenhagen Business School

Eligibility:
You do not need to be an ICA member to submit an abstract for the conference.

Extended Abstract Submission:
Abstracts: Abstracts will be subject to masked competitive review. Authors’ names and affiliations should be submitted in a separate document with full contact information. Extended Abstracts should not exceed 1,200 words, excluding references, tables, figures, and/or appendices.
Panel Submissions: We will also consider proposals for full panel sessions- in this case please include a brief panel description along with three paper abstracts. Authors’ names and full contact information should be included in the panel submission. Panel proposals should not exceed 1,200 words, excluding title page with contact information, references, tables, figures, and/or appendices.
“Research Escalator” Papers: Research Escalator Papers are in an extended panel session, which provides an opportunity for less experienced researchers to discuss and get feedback from more veteran scholars about a paper-in-progress (with the goal of making the paper ready for submission to a conference or journal). Those interested in the Research Escalator session should submit an extended abstract (2-3 double-spaced pages, plus references); if accepted, participants are expected to send the full paper to the scholar(s) assigned to their paper no later than 6 weeks before the convention. Anyone can submit an abstract for the Research Escalator session; however, we especially encourage graduate students and/or people inexperienced with the journal publishing process to submit. On the first page of the extended abstract, please make a note: CONSIDER FOR RESEARCH ESCALATOR SESSION. Please contact Sanne Frandsen for additional information.
Submission: Please send abstracts attached as a .doc, .docx, of pdf file . The deadline for submissions is 1 May 2015.
Abstract Decision Notifications: Decision notification will occur by 1 June 2015. If your paper is accepted for presentation at the 2015 ICA Nordic Regional Conference in Copenhagen, you will be notified and must then register for the conference and pay the conference fee. Payment of the conference fee confirms your intent to participate in this ICA Regional Conference. Submission of your abstract does not enroll you as an ICA member, or automatically register you for the conference itself.

Conference Language and Equipment for Presentations:
Conference presentations will be in English. Audiovisual equipment for presentations will be provided.

Location:
Copenhagen Business School campus. All events, with the exception of one dinner will occur on campus. Hotel, transportation, and local attraction information is available on the website.

Schedule:
The conference will begin Sunday, 11 October at 15:00 and end with lunch on Tuesday, 13 October. A more detailed schedule will be posted on the website as soon as the submissions are finalized.

Registration Costs:
Registration: DKK 2,500 (approx. EUR 330)
Student registration: DKK 1,500 (aprox. EUR 200)

The registration fees include all breakfasts, lunches, receptions, and special dinner at Carlsberg including beer menu with other beverages available.

This event is organized by the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management, in cooperation with the International Communication Association and regional and international co-organizers and co-sponsors listed on the website.

For further information please contact Robyn Remke.

ICA Regional Conference: Responsible Communication and Governance (Denmark)

Deadline to apply: 15 April 2015
The 2015 ICA Regional Conference is organized by the Copenhagen Business School’s (CBS) Department of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM), in agreement with the International Communication Association, and co-sponsored by different institutions and associations. The theme reflects the communication field’s and the department’s expanding research expertise in areas such as corporate social responsibility, sustainability, governance, and communication.

General theme: Responsible Communication and Governance
The goal of the ICA Regional Conference is to stimulate reflection on and discussion about how responsibility is organized and communicated across a variety of contexts and settings, including social, political, intercultural, corporate, health, and interpersonal communication, amongst other contexts. In particular, the conference focuses on how responsibility emerges in communication, how it shapes and is shaped by social and organizational practices, and how it develops as a social and political ideal at the intersection between governance, talk, and action.

The theme reflects the communication field’s ongoing commitment to examine, critique and shape the shifting roles and responsibilities that we face in regional and global contexts. We welcome extended abstracts for paper and panel submissions that discuss how responsibility is informed and shaped by communication and governance practices either within a particular context or setting (e.g., an organization, the media, a country, a political party) or as it plays out in various processes such as:

  • Meaning and sense making
  • Talk and action
  • Policy making
  • Materiality
  • Transnational movements
  • Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Internet policies and infrastructures
  • Crowdsourcing and open access to information
  • Grassroots organizing
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Engaged scholarship

Keynote speakers:
Professor Linda Putnam, University of California, Santa Barbara
Professor Lilie Chouliaraki, London School of Economics
Professor Mette Morsing, Copenhagen Business School.

Eligibility:
You do not need to be an ICA member to submit an abstract for the conference.

Extended Abstract Submission:
Abstracts will be subject to masked competitive review. Authors’ names and affiliations should be submitted in a separate document with full contact information. Extended Abstracts should not exceed 1,200 words, excluding references, tables, figures, and/or appendices.

Panel Submissions:
We will also consider proposals for full panel sessions- in this case please include a brief panel description along with three paper abstracts. Authors’ names and full contact information should be included in the panel submission. Panel proposals should not exceed 1,200 words, excluding title page with contact information, references, tables, figures, and/or appendices.

“RESEARCH ESCALATOR” Papers:
Research Escalator Papers are in an extended panel session, which provides an opportunity for less experienced researchers to discuss and get feedback from more veteran scholars about a paper-in-progress (with the goal of making the paper ready for submission to a conference or journal). Those interested in the Research Escalator session should submit an extended abstract (2-3 double-spaced pages, plus references); if accepted, participants are expected to send the full paper to the scholar(s) assigned to their paper no later than 6 weeks before the convention. Anyone can submit an abstract for the Research Escalator session;  however, we especially encourage graduate students and/or people inexperienced with the journal publishing process to submit. On the first page of the extended abstract, please make a note: CONSIDER FOR RESEARCH ESCALATOR SESSION. Please contact Sanne Frandsen for additional information.

Submission:
Please email abstracts attached as a .doc, .docx, of pdf file.

Abstract Decision Notifications:
Decision notification will occur by 15 May 2015. If your paper is accepted for presentation at the 2015 ICA Regional Conference in Copenhagen, you will be notified and must then register for the conference and pay the conference fee. Payment of the conference fee confirms your intent to participate in this ICA Regional Conference. Submission of your abstract does not enroll you as an ICA member, or automatically register you for the conference itself.

Conference Language and Equipment for Presentations:
Conference presentations will be in English. Audiovisual equipment for presentations will be provided.

Location:
Copenhagen Business School campus. All events, with the exception of one dinner will occur on campus. Hotel, transportation, and local attraction information is available on the website.

Schedule:
The conference will begin Sunday, October 11 at 15:00 and end with lunch on Tuesday, October 13. A more detailed schedule will be posted on the website as soon as the submissions are finalized.

Registration Costs:
Registration: DKK 2,500.- (approx. EUR 330.-)
Onsite registration: DKK 3,500.- (approx. EUR 464.-)
Student registration: DKK 1,500.- (approx. EUR 200.-)
Student onsite registration: DKK 2,500.- (approx. EUR 330.-)

The registration fees include all breakfasts, lunches, receptions, and special dinner at Carlsberg including beer menu with other beverages available.

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Copenhagen Bus School job ad

COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
Organizational Communication
Associate Professorship 

Copenhagen Business School invites applications for a vacant full-time position within the area of Organizational Communication at the Department of International Business Communication (IBC). Particularly relevant areas of research include:
– internal corporate communication and organizational discourse
– preferably with an interest in intercultural aspects, or
– the role of communication in identity and culture formation in organizations and corporations, or
– the transfer of information and knowledge in organizations.

IBC is dedicated to interdisciplinary and problem-focused research in business humanities and is dedicated to developing research-based knowledge that relates directly to the challenges business organizations face in an increasingly internationalized environment.

Applicants must have:
– a documented track record of published research in international journals
– documented strengths in the relevant fields of organizational communication
– teaching experience equivalent to a three-year Assistant Professorship.

The fields of research at IBC include the role of communication and language(-s) in interlingual and intercultural communication, the role of communication competences in organizations, the role of language and culture in communication technology and social technologies, as well as the teaching of language skills.

Appointment and salary will be according the agreement between The Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC).

Closing date: 15. June 2013
Copenhagen Business School must receive all application material, including all appendices (see items above), by the application deadline.

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