Program of Kappa Phi’s 1st International Communication Conference Communication between Domination and Emancipation

Friday, June 24

8:00-9:00

Registration

University of Banja Luka, Faculty of political sciences

9:00-10:30

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Aleksandar Bogdanić, Banja Luka College of Communications Kappa Phi and University of Banja Luka
Communication between domination and emancipation

Break

10:45-13:15

KEYNOTES
Lisa Parks, University of California at Santa Barbara
Surveillance in the age of the mobile phone
Discussion
Stig Hjarvard, University of Copenhagen
Dynamics of conflicts in a mediatized world
Discussion
Break

15:00-16:40

Paper session I: CODES AND MEDIA

Dalibor Kesić, University of Banja Luka (chair)
Linguistic and reasoning partialities – the two poles of conceptualization

Dijana Gajić, Svijet print, Banja Luka
Milana Piljak, Banja Luka College of Communications Kappa Phi
Discursive construction of pregnancy in the patriarchal paradigm

Ni Ni Hlaing, Mandalay University of Distance Education
Nilar Win, Myitkyina University
Gender representation in EFL textbooks: A case of primary and secondary levels in Myanmar

Ljubica Janjetović, Banja Luka College of Communications Kappa Phi
Gender styles in online communication through research of online social game Ludo

Emir Muhić, University of Banja Luka
Conceptual metanarratives in contemporary American political discourse: Together, we make change happen

Kappa Phi College

17:00-18:00

Paper session II: EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION

Tatjana Marjanović, University of Banja Luka (chair)
On students and electronic communication: Emails to a professor

Jelena Ćurguz, Banja Luka College of Communications Kappa Phi
The elements of defensiveness in schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sanja Josifović-Elezović, University of Banja Luka
Students’ perceptions of a flipped classroom approach to learning in a higher education institution

20:00

Get together

Saturday, June 25

8:00-9:00

Registration

University of Banja Luka, Faculty of political sciences

9:00-13:00

KEYNOTES
Nick Couldry, London School of Economics
The social construction of reality – really!
Discussion
Break
Thomas Allmer, University of Edinburgh
Social media and capitalism: Communication between domination and emancipation
Discussion
Tomislav Longinović, University of Wisconsin-Madison, special guest speaker
Intercultural communication as translation
Discussion
Break

15:00-16:20

Paper session III: MEDIA AND SOCIETY

Vyara Angelova, University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski” (chair)
Sounds of competing powers

Aleksandar Bogdanić, University of Banja Luka
Political economy of the new media: Refeudalization of the private sphere on the internet

Tatjana Ðermanović, Banja Luka College of Communications Kappa Phi
Subversive postering (dominance and consumerism culture jamming)

Ljiljana Siljanovska, South East European University, Skopje
The integrative function and the reduction of the cognitive dimension of the social media in the contemporary social movements

University of Banja Luka, Faculty of political sciences

16:30-17:30

Paper session IV: JOURNALISM STUDIES

Ilija Musa, University of Mostar (chair)
Nino Ćorić, University of Mostar
Regulation of hate speech in electronic media

Maja Kostadinović, University of Niš
Freedom of speech and the right to make a mistake

Danijela Lukić, University of Tuzla
Domination of political public relations and sensationalism in newspapers in Bosnia and Herzegovina

17:40-18:40

Paper session V: INTERETHNIC AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

Danijela Majstorović, University of Banja Luka (chair)
Zoran Vučkovac, University of Alberta
Anđela Pepić, University of Banja Luka
From „Dayton“ to „Brussels“ via Tuzla?: Post-2014 economic restructuring as Europeanization discourse/practice in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jelena Niškanović, Public Health Institute of Republika Srpska
Nebojša Petrović, University of Belgrade
Predictors of readiness for reconciliation: Generational differences

Miloš Šolaja, University of Banja Luka
Information – conqest of geopolitical power

20:00

Dinner party

Sunday, June 26

10:00-11:00

Closing remarks

University of Banja Luka, Faculty of political sciences

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