Proceedings of the 2nd ESTIDIA Conference | IJCCSEC – Volume 2, Issuue 2, 2013 & Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014

coperta-crossTitle: DIALOGUE – DRIVEN CHANGE IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE

© Editura Universitară & ADI Publication

ISSN: 2285 – 3324
ISSN-L: 2285 – 3324
DOI: 10.5682/22853324

Coordinator: Cornelia ILIE

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The International Journal of Cross-cultural Studies and Environmental Communication has decided to devote two special issues (Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013 and Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014) to selected papers presented at the 2nd ESTIDIA Conference, University of Bari “Aldo Moro”, Italy on 3-5 October 2013. These papers raise and discuss a significant range of current issues related to the theme of the conference “Dialogue-driven Change in the Public Sphere”.

The first of the two special issues (Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013) brings together 17 articles devoted to the following three topics: (1) Multi-voiced discourses in the changing European public sphere; (2) Changing strategies in gendering discourses; (3) The impact of digital environments on citizens’ empowerment.

The second of the two special issues (Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014) features 12 articles pertaining to the following two topics: (1) Socio-political change at the interface of tradition and modernity; (2) Intercultural approaches to educational change. More

International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies and Environmental Communication (IJCCSEC)

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The International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies and Environmental Communication  is a biannual academic publication, edited by the Intercultural Developement Association, whose aim is to promote new scholarship and research on cross-cultural topics and interdisciplinary studies in humanities and communication.

 

 

 

The main spheres of interest are:

–          history of ideas
–          humanities and science
–          cultural otherness and cultural identity
–          arts and culture
–          media anthropology
–          transnational anthropology
–          gender studies
–          linguistics (socio / psycho-linguistics, ethno-linguistics, cognitive linguistics)
–          communication sciences
–          discourse theory and political analysis
–          environmental communication
–          media studies. More

 

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