IAMCR 2013 Conference @ Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland : 25 - 29 June 2013
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IAMCR 2013 Conference - Videos of the Plenary Sessions

You can view video recordings of all the Plenary sessions at the IAMCR 2013 Conference in Dublin via this website.

To access the videos, go to page called Conference Videos or click HERE.

Here you will find videos of all the Plenary sessions plus the splendid Address by Michael D Higgins, President of Ireland at the opening session.

Also: Thank you all the participants who made IAMCR 2013 such a memorable event and thanks also to those who could not make it to Dublin.

All the best, IAMCR 2013 Dublin Local Organising team

Want to read Abstracts of the papers at IAMCR 2013 Conference ?

The Online Programme pages on this website provide ready access to the Abstracts for all papers presented at the IAMCR 2013 conference.

Please click here or go to the Online Programme pages at end the left-hand column.

To view the abstracts of conference papers, you may:
~ click Participants (Alphabetical List) to find the Author's name,
~ click that Author's name to find the paper; and click the Title - scroll down if neccessary to see the Abstract.

For more information on this search-enabled database, please see ONLINE PROGRAMME guide.

IAMCR Policy on access to Conference Papers

After every IAMCR conference a selection of the papers presented are posted on IAMCR's website in what they call the Virtual Paper Room (VPR), a section of the website that is only accessible to logged in IAMCR members. Non-members can see the titles of the papers and the names of the authors, but they cannot download them.

Plenary No. 3: Crisis, ‘Creative’ Destruction and the Affordances of the Digital Moment and Social Media

Friday 28 June 2013, 11:00 – 12:30

In this presentation, Jodi Dean interrogates celebrations of social media that view Twitter as a force of revolution. In considering the ways contemporary networked media entrap users into support for capitalism, it sets out five types of exploitation specific to the new communication order.

Plenary No. 1: A Largely ‘Western’ Financial Crisis? - Implications for Shifts in Geo-Political and Global Communication Orders

Wednesday 26 June 2013, 09:00 – 10:30

The current financial and economic crisis is frequently referred to as a ‘Western’ affair. However, some influential researchers, not least Giovanni Arrighi, have emphasized how such long wave crises can serve to amplify or accelerate fundamental shifts in geo-political relations and power structures. At the same time, researchers from our own and neighbouring fields talk about ‘soft power’ and other features of the changing forms and patterns of global power associated with the onward march of mediatisation. In this session, some leading scholars, situated in different world regions, consider the implications of the current western crisis for unfolding shifts in .i) geo-political power and global economic or technological leadership and .ii) in the global communication order or sector.

LOC Briefing No. 4) IAMCR-2013 Conference, Dublin

Onsite updates
We hope you are enjoying the conference. This bulletin is to inform you of some general updates, late breaking news and information.

#IAMCR13 Day 2 & 3: Photo Highlights

The first few days have flown! Here are some photos from conference day two and three:


Multimedia at Plenary No. 1: A Largely ‘Western’ Financial Crisis? Implications for Shifts in Geo-Political and Global Communication Orders

Plenary No. 2: A ‘Three-Legged Stool’? Environmental & Economic Crises and the Strategic Implications...

Thursday 27 June 2013, 11:00 – 12:30

This plenary session explores the deeper, underlying linkages between the current Economic and Environmental ‘Crises’ and the implications for the role, content, structures and practices of the media of public communication, not least with respect to any environmentally sustainable new model or ‘paradigm’ for social and economic development.

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