CFP: Capitalism, Crime, and Media

Printable version Thursday 04 February 2016 Last updated at 17:43

One of the distinctive features of the new century is the centrality of  media and processes of mediation in our experience and understanding of  social reality. The Department of Applied Social Studies and the School  of Media and Film at the University of Winchester are hosting an  interdisciplinary conference to explore this development in relation to  our understanding of contemporary social realities, particularly  processes relating to capitalism, crime and processes of criminal  justice.
Proposals for 20-minute papers are invited on these themes either individually or upon their interrelationship.
 
Keynote speaker TBA
 
Please  send abstracts (300 words approx) with a short bio to Dr. Neil Ewen  (neil.ewen@winchester.ac.uk) or Dr. Marcus Leaning  (Marcus.leaning@winchester.ac.uk) by 12 February.
 
 
 
Conference Organizers:
Dr. Neil Ewen, Dr. Alan Grattan, Dr. Marcus Leaning, Dr. Paul Manning

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