Conference Materials

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9th July
The development of communication disciplinary field: challenges, tensions, traditions and achievements

Communication as a Practical Discipline: Engaging Theory with Practice.
Robert Craig, professor emeritus of Communication, University of Colorado Boulder, USA.

The three-fold state of the discipline.
Lluis Mas Manchon, Department of Communication, Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.

The status of communication as a discipline in the US: historical insights and current status.
William Eadie, Journalism and Media Studies at San Diego State University, San Diego, USA

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Co-creation of meaning: strategic communication and the sovereign public.

Carl Botan, Department of communication, George Mason University, Fairfax, USA

Language and Social Interaction as an internationally prominent communication subfield.

Karen Tracy, Department of Communication, University of Colorado, Fort Collins, USA.

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10th July

The development of communication disciplinary field: challenges, tensions, traditions and achievements

Round table: Academics to practitioners: pragmatics of communication studies

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Communication education: problems and opportunities

Contemporary issues in e-learning in the United States. Maureen C. Minelli, Kingsborough Community College, New York, USA

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Panel discussion: Crisis Communication in the 21st Century: Social Impact and New Perspectives

Character assassination as a theoretical framework in content analysis studies.

Sergei  G. Davydov, NRU HSE, Moscow, Russia.

 

Crisis management and communication research in Russia.

Sergei A. Samoilenko, Department of Communication, George Mason University, Fairfax, USA

The future of crisis communication as defined by the cocreational paradigm.

Carl Botan, professor of Communication at George Mason University, Fairfax, USA

 

11th July

Open lecture

A maturing discipline: The development of comprehensive theories and designs in communication research. Wolfgang Donsbach, professor and founding director of the Department of Communication, Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany

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