Communication technologies not only put people instantly in touch with others around the world, but also have shaped up a new global culture. This new lifestyle build above digital communication technologies is observable in a wide range of areas from arts to politics and affects our lives in a myriad of ways. Through the enormous improvements that propel humanity from industrial society to information society, the concept of “creativity” increasingly attracting attention in the way we use technology. Alongside the rhetoric phrase “hand-in-hand development” of technology and creativity, the potential that digital technologies carry for enabling creativity reveals an even endless work frame.The trilogy of communication, technology and creativity gives plenty of scope for exploration: The conceptual approaches come along with the questions on how technology and creativity endorse each other or how technology and creativity transform the nature of communication. In terms of its practical aspects, the creative acts and strategies of both individuals and institutions constitute even a greater field of study, depending on the increasing domination of digital tools and platforms.

The 2016 edition of the Maltepe University International Communication Students Congress (ICSC 2016) will focus on the main theme of “Communication, Technology and Creativity” in order to provide a platform that students from different cultures share their knowledge, experiences and discuss their expectations from future.

We welcome submissions for individual papers and panel proposals (including up to 4 papers), media practice contributions (audio / video) and posters that should be addressing, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Digital platforms and new ways of social interaction
  • Internet, censorship and search of freedom
  • Social media and everyday life storytelling
  • Social media and integration with the real world
  • Technology and social change
  • Intercultural communication
  • The future of the design
  • Digital arts
  • Social media and mobilizing public opinion
  • Innovations in marketing communications and digital campaigning
  • New opportunities for political communication
  • Communication, city and metropolization
  • The influence of “sharing” and “recommending” for media content distribution

About the abstracts

Abstracts should not exceed 300 words; may be in Word (.docx, .doc) format and include the following information:

  • author(s) name
  • affiliated university, faculty/institute and department
  • e-mail address
  • title of abstract
  • body of abstract (up to 300 words)
  • keywords (up to 5)

Submission of abstracts

Abstracts should be sent to and entitled as ICSC2016 Abstract Submission.

Please note that the deadline for the submission of abstracts is 29 January 2016.

Accepted abstracts will be announced by Monday 15 February 2016, and on the same day the conference website will be open for online registration.

Online registration will be open until Monday 7 March 2016.



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