24th AMIC Annual Conference 


 Communicating in an e-Asia: values, technologies and challenges
In partnership with
American University in Dubai (AUD), Dubai
– 13 June, 2015

Globally, the last decade has seen exponential growth in the use of mobile technologies and the Internet. From e-mail to e-governance, e-commerce to e-learning, Internet usage has changed the way the world communicates.

At the forefront of the electronic and digital revolution in Asia has been the mobile phone. Recent International Telecommunication Union (ITU) statistics indicate that in the period from 2005 to 2013, mobile (cellular) phone subscriber numbers in the Asia-Pacific region have soared from 833 million to 3,547 million users. The era of an e-Asia has dawned.



communication and society cultural impact of ICTs
social media and society youth and the Internet
e-learning, trends and possibilities media and a free press
communication and marginalized communities ICTs and development
the ‘knowledge society’ future of communication technologies
remote/island societies and new technologies media and gender
society and new media education and new technologies
development communication and social change broadcasting, past and present
freedom of expression in transition societies media history
communication theory and ethics environment, climate and communication
print media, past and present socio-political development and media
cross-cultural influences and developments policy and communication
media empowerment  



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