At this time of uncertainty, we are suspending the deadlines for abstracts and carefully studying the possibility of moving the conference to next year. However, we encourage those who have completed their research paper to take this opportunity to submit it to the ACMC Journal <>, please see the Submission requirements and processes. Papers submitted for consideration in the ACMC Journal, may still be presented at the conference. For more enquiries, please email <>.

Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline:
on or before
01 May 2020

Abstract acceptance:
maximum of 60 days after abstract submission

Full papers:

on or before 15 August 2020

Early Bird Registration:
on or before 15 August 2020

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Conference Rationale

The conference theme covers a broad area signifying the imperative power of change. Change is a constant in human communication. From climate change to technological innovation, communication and media play an integrative role for sustainable and progressive development. Mass Media likewise plays a crucial role in shaping public perception and influencing the powers that be. The conference explores how change is managed, embraced and adapted in communication and media. More research in this area is needed to fully explicate the complexities and nuances involving change –climate change and change management communication, paradigm shifts, cultural, technological and linguistic dynamics in diaspora and more.

The 2020 ACMC International Conference is pleased to invite papers addressing the conference theme.

Topic streams include but are not limited to:

  1. Reinventing communication paradigms

  2. Broadcast media in flux

  3. Media influence and impact

  4. Public Relations theory and practice

  5. Social media, digital media and dynamic technologies

  6. Advertising, adaptations and changing perspectives

  7. Communication, education challenges and changes

  8. Love, life, popular culture and the new media

  9. Democracy and disinformation

  10. Language, culture and the dynamics of change

  11. Ethnicity, identity, gender and the media

  12. Climate change communication, global crisis and the Asia-Pacific

Submission Guidelines

Email Abstract to <>

Abstract length: 300 to 500 words, in RTF, DOC or DOCX file (we will not accept PDF files)

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Author info:

  • Full name (please indicate if Mr. or Ms.)

  • Position/Title

  • Affiliation (University, College or Company)

  • Paper Title

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