ACCS Programs at The NCA, Las Vegas, NV
November 19-22, 2015
"Ricki's Promise" Produced by Dr. Changfu Chang
Room Amazon B, Rio Conference Center, Las Vegas, 8-11pm Thursday, November 19, 2015
¡°Who Am I?¡± is a common question for many. An 18-year-old Asian woman, born in China but raised in the U.S., embarks upon an emotional journey as she navigates the conflicting worlds of two cultures. Prepared over six years, this documentary film follows the journey of Ricki¡¯s return to China to live with her long-lost birth parents during a summer vacation. Ricki¡¯s Promise, written, directed, and produced by Dr. Changfu Chang, is a universal and poignant tale of history, trauma, and secrets that surround a family¡¯s struggles against a backdrop of Chinese and American culture, as well as underlying issues of gender and social ethics.
ACCS Call for Submissions
Questions or inquiries can be directed to the program planner, Dr. Qi Wang, Villanova University,
NCA Convetion: Embracing Opportunities
November 19-22, 2015, Las Vegas, NV
Submissions Open: Mon, 1/19 2015 12:00 AM EDT
Submissions Close: Thu, 3/26 2015 3:00 AM EDT
The Association for Chinese Communication Studies Call for Submissions
Deadline: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 11:59pm Pacific Time
The Association for Chinese Communication Studies (ACCS) invites submissions of Individual Papers, Paper Sessions, and Panel Discussions that investigate topics pertaining to Chinese culture and communication studies for the NCA 101st Annual Convention in Las Vegas, NV. Specifically, the association is looking for submissions that portray, research, or enhance the convention theme "Embracing Opportunities" from Chinese communication issues or perspective. Submissions are invited in, but not limited to, the theoretical, empirical, and practical research that is related with Chinese communication in the following areas: intercultural communication, cross-cultural communication, cultural adaptation and health-related consequences, intercultural communication competence, globalization/localization, identity development and dynamism/intersectionality, media flows, issues of representation, new media across/within Chinese communities, and activism. Submissions that cut across disciplines and utilize various methodologies and theoretical perspectives are also encouraged. Submissions should demonstrate their connection and contribution to Chinese communication research.
The ACCS will accept the following submission types: Individual Papers, Paper Sessions, and Panel Discussions. In order to avoid unnecessary problems with submission and review, please carefully read the following guidelines:
1. All submissions must be made electronically via the NCA Convention Central. Emailed or mailed submissions will not be accepted. For instructions on completing a submission, please refer to the step-by-step ï¿½ï¿½How to Submitï¿½ï¿½ Instructions provided in the Convention Resource Library (http://www.natcom.org/conventionresources). All submitters are encouraged to review the Professional Standards for Convention Participants prior to submission.
2. Each submission should be made to one unit only.
INDIVIDUAL PAPERS REQUIREMENTS
Submitted papers should include:
1. A title
2. A 120-180-word description of the paper
3. A maximum of 25 pages of text (not including references, appendices, or footnotes) uploaded as a supporting file. Uploaded files MUST NOT include information identifying the author(s) on the cover page or in the body of your abstract or your paper. Instructions on how to prepare a blind copy are provided in the Convention Resource Library.
4. Please identify student-authored submissions on the electronic submission form (All authors must be students).
PAPER SESSIONS REQUIREMENTS
Submitted paper sessions should include:
1. A title for the session
2. A session chair
3. An overall session description (250 words maximum)
4. Titles and descriptions (150 words maximum) for each paper
5. An overall session rationale (250 words maximum)
6. A recommended respondent
PANEL DISCUSSIONS REQUIREMENTS
Submissions for a panel discussion should include:
1. A title for the panel
2. A session chair
3. A panel description (250 words maximum) for the online convention program
4. A list of presenters
5. A panel rationale (500 words maximum) for acceptance adequately justifying the significance and theme of the panel as a whole
6. A recommended respondent
IAICS/CAFIC 2015 Conference
The 21st International Conference of the International
Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS)
The 11th Biennual International Conference of the China Association for
Intercultural Communication (CAFIC)
Conference Theme: Culture, Communication, and Hybridity in an Age of Globalization
July 15-18, 2015, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Categories: Abstract, panel proposals, and workshop proposals may
•Abstract, 150-250 words in English, including positions,
affiliations, email addresses
and mailing addresses for all authors.
•Panel proposals reflecting the conference theme may be
submitted. All panel
proposals should provide a 100-word rationale and a 100-200 word
abstract of each
panelist's paper; include affiliation and email addresses for
•Workshop proposals relevant to the conference theme may
be submitted. Proposals
should be 3-5 pages in length, single spaced.
Deadline: Please submit abstracts by January 11, 2015, and panel/workshop proposals and
roundtable discussion sessions
by February 1, 2015.
Submission to: email@example.com.
Conference Working Languages: English and Chinese
Conference hosts: Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Conference website: http://www.cbs.polyu.edu.hk/2015iaics_cafic/; http://www.uri.edu/iaics/
contact Dr. Guo-Ming Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org