THEMATIC SPACES

LATIN INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL COMMUNICATION CONGRESS  2023 presents new Thematic Spaces.

October 29th: Deadline for submitting abstracts (maximum 1 page in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, English, or French).

  1. Each author can submit up to 2 different proposals (individually or in co-authorship).
  2. ALL signatories must register and pay €180 per author and per accepted abstract.
  3. Papers will be sent EXCLUSIVELY to the email of the Coordinator of the chosen Thematic Space. Please DO NOT send a copy to the management emails of this Congress.
  4. When submitting the corresponding paper(s) (by November 6th), please send it to the same Coordinator of the Thematic Space to which the abstract was sent.

General coordination:

Almudena Barrientos-Báez: coordinacion@hisin.org

Educating in communication
THEMATIC SPACE 1

1- Educating in communication

1.1. Adaptation to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), Higher Education Single University Space (LOSU), new Hispano-American educational action programs.

1.2. Media literacy: ICT, MOOC, e-learning, b-learning, gamification, robotics, programming, WIFI 7, flipped classroom, media education. Self-instruction media and informal learning.

1.3. New educational policies in communication.

1.4. Communication as a subject: undergraduate and postgraduate. Educommunication.

1.5. Transversal lines in communication education. Semiotics, foresight, systemic and teaching other languages.

1.6. Communicating teaching: new formulas for teaching communication, STEAM, post-COVID-19 education.

Coordinator: Marina Camino Carrasco

Digital communication
THEMATIC SPACE 2

2- Digital communication

2.1. Internet and Social Media (TikTok, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Telegram, YouTube…). Digital platforms: HBO, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney Channel, Movistar, DAZN, Apple TV…).

2.2. ICT and new technologies: Mobile applications (apps), resource hybridization, augmented reality, drones.

2.3. Artificial intelligence, ChatGPT, Dall-e, digital culture, metaverse, avatars, digital divide, cybernetics, virtuality, communication theory.

2.4. Information organization: library science, repositories, and archiving. Publishing industry.

Coordinator: Nazareth Martínez Heredia

New trends and research in communication
THEMATIC SPACE 3

3-  New trends and research in communication

3.1. Big Data management, audiovisual reality, audiences, publics, segmentations, trends, video games.

3.2. Cinema, Filmtrepreneur, documentaries, photography, radio, press, TV. Globalization of media.

3.3. Changes and new businesses in the communication industry, Mediamorphosis, and Transmedia. Awards and recognition in the communication field.

3.4. Emerging topics in communication, media analytics.

3.5. R&D&I research groups and new projects.

Coordinator: Carlos del Valle Rojas

Persuasive communication
THEMATIC SPACE 4

4. Persuasive communication

4.1. Persuasive communication, advertising and public relations, applied psychology in communication, sociology.

4.2. Political communication, manipulation, and propaganda.

4.3. Neurocommunication and neuromarketing. Advances in research.

4.4. Post-truth: hoaxes, fake news, fact-checking, verifications and silences, storytelling.

4.5. Hate speech, control of hegemonic discourse. Pressure groups, media identities, opinion leaders.

Coordinator: Pedro Pablo Marín Dueñas

Corporate communication
THEMATIC SPACE 5

5. Corporate communication

5.1. Brand management: branding, self-branding, and branded content.

5.2. Corporate communication and strategic communication: public opinion, lobbying, internal and external communication, CSR, and new forms of organizational expression.

5.3. Protocol, organization, and event management.

5.4. Communicating with Administrations.

Coordinator: Mª del Carmen Paradinas Márquez

Specialized communication
THEMATIC SPACE 6

6. Specialized communication

6.1. Journalism: from traditional to digital, reader-writers.

6.2.Crisis communication, communication and economy (CBDC, bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, blockchain…), crisis management, health (COVID-19 crisis), and disasters.

6.3. Specializations: TOURISM, health, SPORTS, leisure, environment, sustainable development, ecology, defense, society, GENDER, feminism, music industry.

6.4. Communicating culture and science: culture, science, technology, philosophy, religion, theology, art, world peace, and humanities.

Coordinator: Daniel Navas Carrillo

Limits of communication
THEMATIC SPACE 7

7. Limits of communication

7.1. Right to information and legal realities: freedom of expression and its limits, European legality, harassment, sexism, copyright, and intellectual property. Censorship.

7.2. Ethics and Deontology in communication as a public service. Global bioethics.

Coordinator: Paola Eunice Rivera Salas

Teaching communication
THEMATIC SPACE 8

8. Teaching communication

8.1. Economic infrastructure of media.

8.2. Major media groups and the communication industry.

8.3. Professionals and information professions.

8.4. New business models in communication: influencers, gamers, YouTubers.

Coordinator: Ignacio Sacaluga Rodríguez

Free communication proposals
THEMATIC SPACE 9

9. Free communication proposals

9.1. According to authors’ proposals with a minimum of 3 abstracts.

Coordinator: Óscar Gómez Jiménez

Panels
THEMATIC SPACE 10

10. Panels

10.1. Violencias digitales contra las mujeres en políticas.

10.2. According to authors’ proposals with a minimum of 3 abstracts.

Coordinator: David Caldevilla Domínguez