Disturbing the Asian Millennials:
Some Creative Responses
School of Communication-Manipal Academy of Higher Education-Manipal (MAHE)
7-9 June 2018
Submit your abstracts for review to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before April 15, 2018. Notifications will be sent out on April 30, 2018. Full papers must be in by May 15, 2018.
The initial paper topics are:
- Branding Millennials: Images and Identity
- Millennials Communication Styles, Behaviors, and Patterns
- A Passion for Technology – Millennials Communication Tools
- News & Current Affairs Consumption (or Creation) Practices – The Emergence of User Generated Content
- Marketing Communication Strategies for Millennials
- How Millennials Dialogue with their Elders
- Core Communication Competencies of Millennials
- Intercultural Communication among Young People (including How to Deal with Prejudices and Preventing Extremism)
- Communication as a Career Option: Redefining the Profession
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All approved abstracts will be included in the AMIC 2018 Abstract Book with ISBN.
All full papers will be included in the AMIC 2018 Conference Proceedings with ISSN and given a separate DOI number.
Publication in AMIC co-owned Journals published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis)
Papers presented will be considered for publication in either:
- Asian Journal of Communication (AJC), a joint, peer-reviewed and indexed international research publication of AMIC and Nanyang Technological University’s School of Communication & Information, Singapore. AJC is accepted and listed in the Thomson Reuters SSCI.
- Media Asia, a peer-reviewed journal edited by Dr. Cherian George, journalism professor and director of the Centre for Media and Communication Research of Hong Kong Baptist University.
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