Asian Congress for Media & Communication (ACMC)

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PROCEEDINGS FOR PARALLEL SESSIONS
This year’s theme, “Media and Culture: Global Hegemony and Local Identity,” explores media’s role in promoting the local culture vis-à-vis the global media trend. The conference seeks to examine the growing role of media’s cultural influence and how it can be harnessed to promote local cultures instead of only serving as a tool for global homogenization. 

Note: Several authors requested that the publication of their full paper be withheld, please refer to the Conference Program for full list of presenters and their abstracts.

   
Author Title of article (links)
Siti Faidul Maisarah Abdullah
Wan Azfarozzza Wan Athmar
UITM Lendu Melaka, Malaysia
Communication Problems Faced by
Malacca Health Department on Anti-Smoking Campaign

A.M.S Achala Abeykoon
Trincomalee Campus of Eastern University, Sri Lanka

Glocalizing Power of Indian Soap Operas over Sri Lankan Audience:
A Case Study of Indian Soap Operas

Philip Jay N. Alcoberes
Far Eastern University, Philippines

The Rhetoric of Travel Advisory: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Nicholas A. Bastine
Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Canada

The Media and Its Role in Protecting Women's and Children's Rights against the Trokosi System in Ghana

Boyet L. Batang
Isabela State University, Philippines
Romulo P. Villanueva, Jr.
Far Eastern University Manila, Philippines

The Global Trend? Language Learning Attitudes of Selected Public and Private Secondary English Teachers in the Philippines

Ting-Yu (Anne) Chen
Nan-Hua University

An Analysis of Motherhood Represented in the Blogs

Edmund G. Centeno
Jhorace L. Engay

University of the Philippines Los Baños

Knowledge Storage, Retrieval, and Sharing Practices of the Indigenous People in Banaue, Ifugao

Tamil Chellvan
Inti University College, Malaysia
Internet Literacy Skills and Patterns
of Communication among the College Students

Ana Karina Avellana Cosio
University of the Philippines

The Filipino Woman in the Indie Film by Filipino Women Filmmakers from 2004-2007

Jens Damm
Chang Jung University, Taiwan  

Taiwan’s Ethnicities and their Representation in the Internet

John Nguyet Erni
Lisa Y. M. Leung
Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Negotiating a “Contested Visibility” among Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong

Pushpika Ganegoda
Trincomalee Campus of Eastern University,
Sri Lanka

Impact of Bollywood on Sri Lankan cinematic audiences: ‘A cultural scrutiny’

Genelin Ruth Pamplona-James
University of Mindanao, Philippines

Analysis of Philippine Newspaper Coverage on Conflict Reporting: Basis for Journalistic Intervention

Jila Mashhadi Meighani
Islamic Azad University Arak Branch, Iran
Influence of Media on IAU Students Lifestyle

Noor Mohammad
Multi Media University, Melaka

The Role of Media for Environmental Communication: An Approach for Sustainable Development

Suchada Pongkittiwiboon
Burapha University, Thailand

The Descendent of Engkor to Strengthen the Identity for Chinese-Thai in Panasnikom District, Cholburi Province

Nigel Power
Juthamas Tangsantikul

King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

Promise: Design, Modernity and Everyday Life in Modern Thailand (1957-1973)

Pariya Rinrattanakorn
Bangkok University, Thailand
The Expansion of McDonald Business in Thailand
Ramir Philip Jones V. Sonsona
Mindanao University of Science and Technology
Making Sense: Media's Influence on the Youth
Walter H. Yudelmo
Far Eastern University Manila, Philippines

Hankuk Technological Development: Geopolitical Erudition in the Asian Expanse

 

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