Cross-Cultural Communication Conference (CCCC)
“Cultural Identity and Diversity as Assets to Global Understanding”
A Research Conference
January 23-24th 2019
Cross-Cultural Communication Conference is an international conference organised by six universities: Zayed University (UAE), Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Bournemouth University (UK), Emerson College (USA), Curtin University (Australia) and Blanquerna school of Communication and International Relations — Ramon Llull University (Catalonia-Spain). Together the universities are providing a platform for broad scope of research in cross-cultural communication adaptation and intercultural communication challenges. The conference focus reflects a growing interest in intercultural aspects of communication. The upcoming conference will be held in Abu Dhabi over two days (January 23 and 24, 2019) with a keynote speaker and a panel discussion on the first day.
Papers for presentation at the conference are selected after peer review by an international academic panel. The most recent conference attracted submissions from more than 20 countries, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, Russia, Macedonia, Kosovo, Vietnam, UAE, UK and USA.
All accepted abstracts will be published subsequently in the conference proceedings. Selected papers from the conference will be included in the special edition of the Journal of Promotional Communication (UK), the Journal of Communication Arts (Thailand).
Advertising, corporate communication, marketing communications, mass communication, media and public relations researchers, educators and graduate students are invited to submit competitive abstracts for papers with cross-cultural and intercultural communication perspectives.
The conference will be supported by several international peer-reviewed journals:
- Journal of Promotional Communication
- Journal of Communication Arts
- Journal of Communication and Media in Asia Pacific