PUBLICATION :

WE WELCOME PAPERS SUBMISSION UNDER THE THEME OF ASIAN CULTURAL CREATIVE INDUSTRIES AND THEIR PRACTICES POLICIES AND ENTANGLEMENTS WITH :

BROADCAST AND FILM INDUSTRIES
ADVERTISING, MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
JOURNALISM AND PUBLISHING INDUSTRIES
CREATIVE EDUCATION, PEDAGOGIES AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND POLITICS
TOURISM INDUSTRIES AND HISPITALITIES
CREATIVE ENTERPRENEURSHIP
GENDER, MINORITIES AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
FASHION, ARTS, ARCHITECTURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY
MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE
DIGITAL AND CREATIVE LABOURS
SMART AND CREATIVE CITIES
RELIGION AND FAITH-BASED PRACTICES
TRADITIONAL CULTURE AND ARTEFACTS

IDR 1.250.000 / PRESENTER
IDR    800.000 / 2ND PRESENTER
IDR    500.000 / PARTICIPANT

CERTIFICATE, SEMINAR KIT, COFFEE BREAK, LUNCH/DINNER

ABSTRACT TEMPLATE

SELECTED PAPERS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN :

MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION (SCOPUS INDEXED 03)*
ATLANTIS PRESS (SCOPUS INDEXED PROCEEDING)*
PROFETIK : JURNAL KOMUNIKASI (SINTA 2 INDEXED)
JKOM (JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCE DEPARTEMENT UPN JATIM)
(GOOGLE SCHOLAR & DOAJ INDEXED)

*with additional fee

 

 

Online registration for presenters
can be accessed at
https://forms.gle/gGu7MyEPVesqgnnw6
before October 25, 2019

 

Full paper template

 

Important Dates

Abstract submission :

October 7, 2019
October 21, 2019

Registration Online for Presenter :

October 14, 2019
Oktober 25, 2019

Full Paper :

November 1, 2019

Conference Date :

November, 7-8. 2019 NOVOTEL SAMATOR SURABAYA

Invited Speakers

ABOUT

BACKGROUND

Indonesia, as any other Asian countries within the past decade has been made aware that creative and cultural industries is monumental in strengthening and enhancing economic development. Indonesia specifically, experienced ‘demographic surplus’ that is the population predominated by the working force from 20-40 years old. Such generation that usually being called ‘the Millenials’ were growing up with internet, digital media and networking sites. This generation produce, promote and consume digital media, and not suprisingly, use digital technologies and all sorts of social media networking to work and leisure.

Furthermore, Indonesian government, as well as other neighbourhood countries prioritises CCI (creative and cultural industries) as part of their economic, social and cultural policy. Singapore and Hong Kong as well as Malaysia for example, made CCI as part of their national policy. Cultural and creative industry (CCI for short), could be defined as industry based on creativity and intellectual capacity. CCI itself progressing impressively within the last decade with the emerging development of Internet and digital media.

Thus, this international conference would organised experts and academias as well as practitioners from multidisciplinary background to discuss the development of CCI in Asian region and how has digital media shapes, changes or transforms the way CCI is conducted, regulated and progresses in different parts of Asia.

Personal Info

  •   ADE KUSUMA (081330424258)
    ROZIANA FEBRIANITA (082139597434)
  •  Gedung FISIP 2 - UPN "Veteran" Jatim
  •   imc.upnvjatim@gmail.com.

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