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International Conference on Cultural Policy Research / July 05 - 09, 2016 / Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South Korea

Paper Sessions

Program > Paper Sessions

Paper sessions are the place to present and discuss the research papers of scholars, researchers, practitioners and students of cultural policy and related fields of the world. When a research submits an abstract, the abstract will be closely examined. And then selected papers will be presented at the conference.

Currently, ICCPR 2016 opens call for additional proposals for paper sessions. Researchers who wish to present their papers at the conference should submit an abstract using the designated form by March 28th, 2016. Participants will be notified of the decision based on their proposals by April 5th, 2016. All applicants agree to hand in their full papers no later than June 1st 2016, if accepted. Please note that we open the call only for paper session, not for thematic session. For detailed submission procedure, please refer here.

Guidelines for
Paper Presentation

Paper presentation (max 20~25 minutes)
Discussants comments (10 minutes)
Discussion (10 minutes)

Total 40~45 minutes (each paper)
※ Two to three papers will be presented in each session.

Presenter
Each presenter has maximum 20~25 minutes. The manner of presentation is up to the presenter. Computers and beam projectors with PowerPoint, MSWord, and Adobe Reader are available at the venue for paper sessions. Presenter may bring all their related files in their USBs.
Discussant
After all presentations, the discussant comments about the papers and derives discussion. Maximum 10 minutes. The contents will be available on the website after June 2016.
Chairman
Chairman is the leader to guide presentations and discussions in each session. Chairman should recognize the theme of the session and should guide presentations and discussions to go on well. Also, chairman should mange presentation and discussion time in order to keep each session on schedule.

In paper session, individual academic papers will be presented in various sub-categories of cultural policy research. Researchers from the academia and public institutions will analyse specific subjects of their commitment. Categories of presentation for ICCPR 2016 will include,

- Politics of cultural policy
- Intellectuals and cultural policy
- Cultural policy of participation
- Cultural policy and processes of transformation
- Politics of memory
- Cultural policy and development
- Cultural policy mediation of arts
- Cultural policy and community
- Cultural policy and Aesthetics
- Cultural policy an identity
- Museum policy
- Arts policy
- Artist policy
- Arts education
- Creative industry policy
- Digital culture and cultural policy
- Creativity and the city
- Cultural diversity
- International cultural relations
- Cultural diplomacy
- Cultural economics
- Cultural policies of different nations