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XVI ALAIC Congress 2022

XVI ALAIC CONGRESS 2022
The Latin American Association of Communication Researchers invites researchers in the field of Communication to participate in the XVI ALAIC 2022 Congress.
Central theme:

Communication as a global public good: new critical languages and debates towards the future.

The ALAIC 2022 Congress is a joint venture with the Argentine Federation of Social Communication Careers (FADECCOS), which brings together 37 Communication and Journalism careers of the main public and private universities in Argentina.

Our congress is part of a trajectory of inter-institutional articulation whose central objective is to sustain and develop lines of reflection and critical inquiry on a range of current problems that are transversally crossed by different communicational processes. Taking into account its history, mission and work, ALAIC stimulates attitudes of teaching, research and reflection and its upcoming XVI Congress will be an important moment for the analysis of the new scenarios, agendas and problems of communication in times of health and political pandemics.

Step by step to upload full papers:

In the following link you will find the step by step instructions on how to upload the complete paper to the Congress platform. Deadline August 20.


Template for uploading full papers:

You can download the Template for Full Paper Submission.

The papers converted to PDF in the template should be uploaded to the named platform as follows: resumenGT/GINo._APELLIDO_INSTITUCIÓN_PAIS.pdf

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM CONGRESS

See the preliminary program of the ALAIC 2022 Congress

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ALAIC Congress 2022

Registration and Fees

On April 10th, extended abstracts will be accepted from those researchers who wish to submit their papers, which must comply with the following conditions:

  • Title of the paper in Spanish or Portuguese and in English.
  • Details of the author(s): full name(s), university or institution of affiliation, country, e-mail (up to a maximum of four authors).
  • Name of the WG or IG to which the paper applies.
  • Three key words in Spanish or Portuguese and in English (not repeating those of the title, if possible).
  • Main text (in Spanish or Portuguese) between 800 and 1000 words including: – Central theme – Objectives – Characterization of the study or proposed theoretical discussion – Approach and/or methodology of approach – Main results, reflections and most important conclusions.
  • References, following APA standards (up to 200 words).

They will be submitted through the computer system available on this website. The deadline for receipt of extended abstracts is May 20, 2022.
Acceptance of submitted abstracts will be communicated by June 20. Once acceptance is received, the full text of up to 4,000 words must be uploaded to the electronic system by August 20. Receipt of the complete text in due time and form will be a necessary condition to participate in the event and be included in the program.

Conditions of participation:

  • Applicants must be researchers, academics and graduates in communication and/or related social and human sciences.
  • Participants may submit one paper as sole author or first author of a joint paper; and no more than one paper in which he/she is a secondary author.
  • Proposed papers should have no more than four authors. It must be an original work, not previously published or presented in other academic events.
  • To be able to present your work in the corresponding WG or IG, it will be an indispensable requirement to be registered in the congress.
  • Depending on technical and sanitary conditions, virtual and/or face-to-face presentations may be made.

Rates Affiliates to ALAIC with daily fees

Advance payment from Monday, July 11 to August 1, 2022 for remote participation:

In Argentina: 3,600 ARS
Outside of Argentina: 30 USD

Standard payment for remote participation (from August 02 to August 31, 2022:
In Argentina: 5,400 ARS
Outside Argentina: 45 USD

Advance payment from Monday, July 11 to August 1, 2022 for face-to-face participation:
In Argentina: 6,000 ARS Outside Argentina: 60 USD

Standard payment (only by electronic means, from August 02 to August 31, 2022) for face-to-face participation:
In Argentina: 9,600 ARS
Outside Argentina: 90 USD

Face-to-face payment in Buenos Aires:
Outside of Argentina: 120 USD

Tarifas No afiliados

Pago anticipado de Lunes 11 de julio al 01 de agosto de 2022 para participación remota:
En Argentina: 6.000 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 50 USD

Pago estándar para participación remota (del 02 de agosto al 31 de agosto de 2022:
En Argentina: 7.800 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 75 USD

Pago anticipado de Lunes 11 de julio al 01 de agosto de 2022 para participación presencial:
En Argentina: 9.000 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 100 USD

Pago estándar (sólo por medios electrónicos, del 02 de agosto al 31 de agosto de 2022) para participación presencial:
En Argentina: 15.000 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 150 USD

Pago presencial en Buenos Aires:
Por fuera de Argentina: 200 USD

Tarifas Estudiantes de grado

Pago anticipado de Lunes 11 de julio al 01 de agosto de 2022 para participación remota:
En Argentina: 1.200 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 30 USD

Pago estándar para participación remota (del 02 de agosto al 31 de agosto de 2022:
Por fuera de Argentina: 45 USD

Pago anticipado de Lunes 11 de julio al 01 de agosto de 2022 para participación presencial:
En Argentina: 1.800 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 60 USD

Pago estándar (sólo por medios electrónicos, del 02 de agosto al 31 de agosto de 2022) para participación presencial:
En Argentina: 2.400 ARS
Por fuera de Argentina: 90 USD

Pago presencial en Buenos Aires:
Por fuera de Argentina: 120 USD

*Payments made in Argentine pesos will be credited via Mercado de Pago to the accounts of the Universidad Nacional de Jujuy and the Federación Argentina de Carreras de Comunicación Social (Fadeccos).

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ALAIC Congress 2022

Interest groups

IG 1 International Communication

It seeks to create a productive dialogue between researchers, students, groups and networks within them. The International Communication GI wants to stimulate new reflections on international communication processes from a Latin American perspective.

Coordinator:
Ivan Bomfim. State University of Ponta Grossa (UEPG), Brazil. Email: [email protected]

Vice coordinators:
Pedro Aguiar, Fluminense Federal University (UFF), Brazil. Email: [email protected], Lina Manrique, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and Universidad Santo Tomás, Colombia. Email: [email protected]

IG 2 Media, political communication, gender and race/ethnicity

It seeks to analyze the representation of identities and cultural diversity in the media (press, advertising, cinema, digital media, among others). Particularly, in the analysis of political communication processes, such as politicians, candidates, governors or public servants.

Coordinators:
Edrei Álvarez-Monsiváis (Autonomous University of Nuevo León, Mexico) and Paulo Victor Melo (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil) [email protected] / [email protected]

GI 3 Communication, gender and sexual diversity

Eva Rodríguez Agüero, (IDEGEM, National University of Cuyo, Argentina); Carolina Justo von Lurzer, (CONICET, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina), Patricia Vega Jiménez, (CICOM), University of Costa Rica; Luisa Ochoa Chaves, (CICOM), University of Costa Rica, Yanet Martínez Toledo, (CICOM), University of Costa Rica; Claudia Ivette Pedraza Bucio. (La Salle University CdMX, Mexico), Emanuelle Gonçalves Brandão Rodrigues, (Federal University of Pernambuco – UFPE, Brazil), Juana Ochoa Almanza, Master in Communication, Development and Social Change, UNIMINUTO, Colombia.

Coordinators:
Eva Rodríguez Agüero, (IDEGEM, National University of Cuyo, Argentina);
Carolina Justo von Lurzer, (CONICET, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina),
Patricia Vega Jiménez, (CICOM), University of Costa Rica;
Luisa Ochoa Chaves, (CICOM), University of Costa Rica,
Yanet Martínez Toledo, (CICOM), University of Costa Rica;
Claudia Ivette Pedraza Bucio. (La Salle University CDMX, Mexico),
Emanuelle Gonçalves Brandão Rodrigues, (Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE, Brazil),
Juana Ochoa Almanza, Master in Communication, Development and Social Change, UNIMINUTO, Colombia.

GI 4 Communication and Work

It seeks to generate exchanges and debates about the changes in the world of work and the professional field of communication, its difficulties and challenges. It especially aims to identify how digitization and platformization change productive routines in the field of communication, particularly in the post-pandemic context.

Coordinators:
Roseli Figaro, University of São Paulo ([email protected]), José Miguel Pereira, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá ([email protected]), Gabriel Kaplún, University of the Republic, Uruguay ([email protected] fic.edu.uy), Teresita Vargas and Sol Benavente, University of Buenos Aires. ([email protected], [email protected])

GI 5 Communication-Decoloniality

This Interest Group proposes a space between Communication and Decoloniality, from communicational theory and practices, the doings and sayings of historically uncommunicated subalterns.

Coordinator:
Alejandra Cebrelli (National University of Salta, Argentina) [email protected]; Co-coordinators: Verônica María Alves Lima (Federal Fluminense Universities, Brazil), [email protected]; Hugo Ernesto Hernández Carrasco (Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico); [email protected]

Coordinators:
Verônica María Alves Lima (Fluminense Federal Universities, Brazil), [email protected]; Hugo Ernesto Hernández Carrasco (Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico); [email protected]

IG 6 Governance of platforms, critical data and diversity

Communication Policies and Emerging Agencies in Latin America in the 21st Century: This Interest Group has two perspectives, promoting the conversation about digital media ecosystems, datafication, and critical research on algorithms from a multilingual perspective.

Coordinators:
Guillermo Mastrini (Conicet/UNQ/UBA), [email protected]; Emiliano Treré, Cardiff University, UK [email protected], [email protected]: Martín Becerra (Conicet/UNQ/UBA and Quilmes National University, Argentina) [email protected], Gabriela Sued, UNAM ,[email protected]

GI 7 The cinematographic spectacle and its intersection with other media

Narratives, policies, forms of production and audiences in Latin America: this IG proposes an approach to cinema and its narratives, its forms of production, its political dimension and the conformation of its audiences - in articulation and confluence with other media and devices technological and sociocultural.

Coordinators:
Ana Broitman (University of Buenos Aires – FSOC) [email protected], Marina da Costa Campos (University of São Paulo) [email protected], Paola Margulis (Conicet – University of Buenos Aires – IIGG) [email protected] yahoo.com. Ana Lía Rey (University of Buenos Aires – IHAYA) [email protected]

GI 8 Radio and sound media

This IG proposes a way to expand Latin American collaboration in the area. The proposal is based on three elements such as information, culture and education, understanding the latter as transforming society, which means facing a scenario of growing inequality and concentration of the hegemonic media.

Coordinator:
Nair Prata, Federal University of Ouro Preto, Brazil, [email protected]

Vice coordinators:
Luiz Artur Ferraretto, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, [email protected]; Graciela Martínez Matías, National Autonomous University of Mexico and Autonomous University of Mexico City, Mexico, [email protected] and [email protected]

GI 9 Information and communication technologies and public management (electronic government)

It is sought from various disciplines, to have a discussion about the possibilities of ICT for the articulation of electronic government as a tool for access to power through Citizen Participation based on Social Reappropriation.

Coordinators:
Ángel Emiro Páez Moreno, University of Boyacá-University of Zulia, Colombia-Venezuela, [email protected], María Isabel Neüman, University of Zulia, [email protected]

GI 10 Cultures, communication and transmedia narratives

Fictionalities and consumption practices: It proposes to reflect on theoretical aspects and the communication processes involved in the production, distribution and consumption of content between different media and platforms, mainly through the internet.

Coordinators:
Francisco Albarello, Austral University, Argentina [email protected]
Maria Cristina Palma Mungioli. University of São Paulo. Brazil, [email protected], Paula Inés Porta – National University of La Plata – Argentina- [email protected], Rosario Sánchez Vilela. Catholic University of Uruguay. Uruguay. [email protected], Maximiliano Peret – National University of the Center – Argentina [email protected], Giuliana Cassano. Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Peru. [email protected]

GI 11 The work of images. Political interventions in the fields of communication and pedagogy

This Interest Group delves into the theoretical-conceptual views that have revitalized these studies over the last decades, promoting a critical review of logocentric traditions and also considering the historicity and uniqueness of images.

Coordinators:
Gabriela Augustowsky ([email protected]); Cora Gamarnik ([email protected]); Betina Guindi ([email protected]); Trinidad Haedo ([email protected]); Santiago Mazzuchini ([email protected]), Ernesto Schtivelband ([email protected])

ALAIC Congress 2022

Thematic Groups

WG 1: Intercultural Communication and Folkcommunication
WG 2: Organizational Communication and Public Relations
WG 3: Political Communication and Media
WG 4: Communication and Education
WG 5: Communication and Health
WG 6: Political Economy of Communications
WG 7: Reception Studies
WG 8: Popular, Community and Citizen Communication
WG 9: Theory and Methodology of Communication Research
WG 10: Communication, Technology and Development
WG 11: Communication and Sociocultural Studies
WG 12: Communication for Social Change
WG 13: Advertising Communication
WG 14: Discourse and Communication
WG 15: Communication and City
WG 16: Journalism Studies
WG 17: Communication and History
WG 18: Ethics, Freedom of Expression and the Right to Communicate
WG 19: Digital Communication, Networks and Processes
ALAIC Congress 2022

Circulars

Circular I: General Information

General information on the XVI ALAIC 2022 Buenos Aires Congress

Circular II: Call for applications for interest groups and workshops

Call for applications for Interest Groups and workshops, until November 15, 2021 to December 20, 2021.

Circular III: Extension for the submission of Workshops and Call for Pre-Congress Activities

The deadline for the submission of proposals for workshops within the framework of the ALAIC 2022 Congress has been extended.

Circular IV: Call for Abstracts

Thematic Groups and Interest Groups, Call for Editorial Novelties.

Circular V: Extension for the submission of abstracts in Thematic Groups and Interest Groups

We inform that the deadline for the reception of abstracts to participate in Thematic Groups and Interest Groups has been extended until May 30.

Circular VI: Preliminary Program, editorial news and working modalities in WGs, IGs and Workshops

The preliminary program of the XVI Congress of the Latin American Association of Communication Researchers (ALAIC) to be held in Buenos Aires is now available.

This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International License.

Congreso ALAIC 2022

Grupos Temáticos

GT 1: Comunicación Intercultural y Folkcomunicación

Coordinador:
Marcelo Sabbatini (Brasil) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Marta Meleán (Argentina) [email protected]
Cristian Yáñez Aguilar (Chile) [email protected]

GT 2: Comunicación Organizacional y Relaciones Públicas

Coordinadores:
Rebeca Arévalo (Anahuac, México) [email protected] 
André Quiroga Sandi (Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto) [email protected]

GT 3: Comunicación Política y Medios

Coordinador:
Roberto Gondo Macedo (Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Brasil) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadora:
Lilian Kanashiro (Perú) [email protected]

GT 4: Comunicación y Educación

Coordinadora:
Paula Morabes (Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadoras:
Beatriz Marín Ochoa (Universidad Ponticia Bolivariana, Colombia) [email protected]
Gladys Ortiz Henderson (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México) [email protected]

GT 5: Comunicación y Salud

Coordinadora:
Mónica Petracci (Argentina) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadoras:
Mariella Silva (Brasil), [email protected],
Janet García (México), [email protected]

GT 6: Economía Política de las Comunicaciones

Coordinador:
Daniel Valencia (Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá, Colombia) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Anderson Santos (Brasil) [email protected] ;
Daniela Inés Monje (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina), [email protected]

GT 7: Estudios de Recepción

Coordinadora:
Beatriz Inzunza (México) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadoras:
Valquiria Michela (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brasil) [email protected]
Jiani Bonin (Brasil) [email protected]

GT 8: Comunicación Popular, Comunitaria y Ciudadanía

Coordinador:
Washington Uranga (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadoras:
Sandra Meléndez Universidad del Norte (Colombia) [email protected]

GT 9: Teoría y Metodología de la Investigación en Comunicación

Coordinadora:
Eva Da Porta (Argentina) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Marta Rizo (México), [email protected],
Vilso Junior Santi (Brasil) [email protected]

GT 10: Comunicación, Tecnología y Desarrollo

Coordinadora:
Mónica Franchi Carniello (Universidade de Taubaté, Brasil) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Federico Beltramelli (Universidad de la República, Uruguay) [email protected]
Pilar García (Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá, Colombia) [email protected]

GT 11: Comunicación y Estudios Socioculturales

Coordinador:
Daniel Badenes (Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina) [email protected] ; [email protected] ,

Vicecoordinadora:
María Isabel Noreña (Universidad Minuto de Dios, Colombia) [email protected]; [email protected]

GT 12: Comunicación para el Cambio Social

Coordinador:
Jair Vega (Universidad del Norte, Colombia) [email protected];

Vicecoordinadoras:
Claudia Magallanes (Universidad Ibero Puebla México) [email protected],
Cecilia Ceraso (Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina) [email protected]

GT 13: Comunicación Publicitaria

Coordinador:
Fabio Andrés Ribero Salazar (Univ. Sto. Tomás, Colombia) [email protected] [email protected]

Vicecoordinadoras:
Ana Paula Cardozo (Brasil) [email protected]
Eder Salamanca (México) [email protected]

GT 14: Discurso y Comunicación

Coordinador:
Laan Mendes de Barros (Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brasil) , [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Silvia Alvarez Curbelo (Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico) [email protected]
Fernando Andacht (Universidad de la República, Uruguay) [email protected]c.edu.uy

GT 15: Comunicación y Ciudad

Coordinador:
Eduardo Álvarez Pedrosian (Universidad de la República, Uruguay), [email protected] [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Ximena Poo (Universidad de Chile, Chile) [email protected] ; [email protected] ;
Juan David Zapata (Universidad Ponticia Bolivariana, Colombia) [email protected]

GT 16: Estudios sobre Periodismo

Coordinadora:
Marli dos Santos (Universidade Metodista de São Paulo, Brasil) [email protected] , [email protected]

Vicecoordinadoras:
Cristina Musse (Brasil) [email protected]
Elvira Hernández (México) [email protected]

GT 17: Comunicación e Historia

Coordinadora:
Celia del Palacio (UDG-UV, México), [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
María Cristina Gobbi (UNESP, Brasil), mcgobbi[email protected],
Julio Eduardo Benavides (Colombia) [email protected] ; [email protected]

GT 18: Ética, Libertad de Expresión y Derecho a la Comunicación

Coordinador:
Edgar Allán Niño Prato (Universidad de Pamplona-Norte de Santander, Colombia) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Marcos Santuario (U. Feevale, Brasil), [email protected]
Adriana Omena (Brasil) [email protected]

GT 19: Comunicación Digital, Redes y Procesos

Coordinador:
Daniel Barredo (Universidad del Rosario, Colombia) [email protected]

Vicecoordinadores:
Magda Rodrigues da Cunha (Brasil) [email protected],
Jorge Alberto Hidalgo Toledo (México) [email protected]

ALAIC Congress 2022 - Venue

Kirchner Cultural Center, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires - Argentina

September 26-30, 2022

ALAIC Congress 2022

Let's talk about Argentina

The Republic of Argentina is located in the southernmost part of the American continent. This is the official name given to the country in the National Constitution, sanctioned in 1853.

With a surface area of 3,761,274 km², the Argentine territory has a varied landscape, in which ice fields and arid zones coexist, alternating mountainous reliefs with plateaus or plains. There are four types of climate in the country (warm, temperate, arid and cold) whose variations are determined by the extension of the territory and relief features.

The Autonomous City of Buenos Aires is the national capital.

Surface area:

202 km² (202 sq. km)

Inhabitants:

2.890.151

Its boundaries are:

To the east, the Río de la Plata; to the south, the Riachuelo; and it is bordered from north to west by Av. General Paz.

Official time:

GMT -3 hours, three hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (normal/summer time)

Congreso ALAIC 2020

Inscripciones

The registration fee for the XV Latin American Congress of Communication Researchers 2020 will be in US dollars (USD) and Brazilian Reais (BRL), according to the amounts and modalities indicated below:
ALAIC Affiliates:

30 USD (R$150)

Non ALAIC affiliates:

40 USD (R$200)

ALAIC Junior - Students with paper presentation:

10 USD (R$50)

ALAIC Junior - Students with paper presentation:

10 USD (R$50)

ALAIC Junior - Undergraduate students who wish to participate in the entire congress:

30 USD (R$150)

For citizens of Argentina and Cuba who wish to register please contact the following e-mail address [email protected]

If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: [email protected]

Congreso ALAIC 2020

Formas de pago

We have a PayPal payment system. The registration procedure consists of making the payment (click on your option below) and filling out an online form with your transaction ID.
A. I am already a member of ALAIC
B. I am not affiliated
C. Junior Meeting
The registration system via PayPal generates a simple receipt, if you need a receipt with the official ALAIC letterhead, please send a copy of your transfer with the corresponding ID to [email protected], with the following data:
  • Federal Taxpayers Registry (RFC) or similar according to the country: CUIT, RUC, etc…
  • Corporate Name or Name of the Institution.
  • Complete address (street or avenue, exterior number and interior number, zip code, state, city, town or township).
We remind you that ALAIC does not issue invoices with fiscal value, but payment receipts, which have no fiscal value.