The 9th World Conference on Media and Mass Communication 2024
Poster Presentation Session
"PosterPalooza: Exploring Practices in Creative Communication"
- Interested scholars must submit an application via the online submission portal and include a 175 – 275 word abstract of original unpublished data.
- Topics must be related to the Conference Theme and Tracks.
- Successful applicants will be required to register for the Conference.
- Posters will be judged in separate student and delegate categories. Scoring is based on how well the presenter demonstrates understanding of their subject matter as well as by the clarity of their presentation.
- More submission details and guidelines for final poster projects will be made available to confirmed participants.
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Dr. Tülây Atay
Dr Tülây ATAY currently teaches at Hatay Mustafa Kemal University (HMKU), Antakya, Hatay, Faculty of Communication, Department of Journalism as a faculty member (Assistant Professor) and a researcher. She is a Turkish Citizen. She was born and bred in Istanbul, Turkey and graduated from Istanbul University. She holds BA degree in Mass-Media Communication, Journalism & PR. She has her Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology (Gender & Women’s Studies). She is a co-author of the book called “Gender & Sex and Taboo in the Contemporary Primitive & Traditional Societies” in the Turkish Language based on her MA thesis. The book is written from the perspective of women’s and gender studies. She was one of the co-founders of the Centre for Women’s Studies of Mustafa Kemal University. She served and was in charge as one of the deputy directors of the Centre for Women’s Studies of Mustafa Kemal University, Antakya, Hatay, Turkey. She previously worked as a “business developer” for many SMEs in the various fields such as automotive, textile etc. She worked as an Assistant Producer for Turkish Radio Television State Company (TRT) between 1995-1996. She earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Agriculture Economics and Extensions at Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey in October 2013. She produced her Ph.D. thesis on the division of labour amongst ethnically different two villages near Hatay province (Southern Turkey bordering Syria) in the context of changing social life and Women’s & Gender Studies. Dr Atay’s areas of interests are women empowerment and women’s studies using the other disciplines e.g. communication studies, journalism studies and immigration & refugee studies. She is holding sociology BA degree obtained from Open Faculty, Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey. She is a Ph.D. in Journalism from İstanbul University, İstanbul, Turkey. She was a temporary National Gender Consultant for Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations (FAO). She lived in the UK and USA for a while. She has been in Portugal, Slovenia, Ukraine, Scotland, Romania, Holland, Italy, Spain, Estonia, UAE, Malaysia, Poland, Czech Republic and France for academic purposes. She was a “scientist-in-residence” at Paris Lodron University of Salzburg financially supported by GendUp and Salzburg Stadt (Municipality), Salzburg, Austria. She chaired the MEDCOM 2017, KL, Malaysia. She is also currently engaging with the FoTRRIS-H2020 project and RAISD-H2020 project (women and immigration) run by Complutense University of Madrid. Dr Atay has been actively carrying out her research on immigration and refugee studies mostly last 10 years. She was one of the researchers for the Prof Dr Steven Youngblood’s project on 2015-2016 in various Turkish provinces Antakya, Hatay, Malatya, Adana. The research group visited many refugee camps together. Dr Atay and her colleagues also produced an article entitled “The long journey from Syria to Malatya, Turkey” which was published by the Peace Journalist magazine of Park University, Parkville, MO, USA.
Prof. Andrea Volterrani
Director of Master in
Social Comm. | Social Farming
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Workshop Title: "Diversity, media and social change. Crises, conflicts and the role of digital media".
SPECIAL NETWORKING DINNER
SPECIAL NETWORKING SESSION
Are you ready to expand your professional network, forge valuable connections, and engage with like-minded individuals in your field? Then join our exclusive Networking Session during the conference!
This highly anticipated event is designed to create a dynamic platform for attendees to interact, exchange ideas, and foster meaningful relationships. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting your journey, this session offers a unique opportunity to connect with the peers who share your passion and aspirations.
What will you gain from attending?
Both in-person and virtual participants can make the most out of this Networking Session by bringing business cards, and being open to new opportunities while speaking out yourself, networking virtually. Whether you’re looking for potential opportunities, or simply seeking to expand your knowledge and network, this session is tailor-made for you.
Don’t miss out on this exceptional chance to connect with the peers, share ideas, and explore collaborative possibilities. Be sure to join us for our Special Networking Session and make valuable connections that can shape your future success.
We look forward to seeing you there and witnessing the power of networking in action!
(Note: The details provided above are subject to change. Please refer to the final conference program or official communication for the final updates on the Networking Session.)
Call for Panelists
“We are excited to unveil the official ‘Call for Panelists’ for the Panel Discussion on “Social and Political Participation in the Age of Digital Media” at the 9th World Conference on Media and Mass Communication 2024 under the overarching theme of “Reshaping and Challenging the Neoliberal Model: Evolving Practices in Crisis, Conflict, and Creative Communication.” We warmly welcome dedicated professionals, thought leaders, and advocates from various fields to contribute their expertise, perspectives, and real-world experiences to this impactful gathering.
As we prepare to gather for MEDCOM 2024, we invite you to join us in shaping the discourse and driving positive change in the realm of Media and Mass Communication. Your insights and contributions will play a crucial role in fostering a more inclusive, accessible, and empowered world.
We encourage you to seize this opportunity to be a catalyst for transformation, inspire action, and create a lasting impact at the World Conference on Media and Mass Communication.”
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