An excellent summary of day 1 of the Digital Transformations, Social Media Engagement and the Asian Century conference at QUT has been prepared by James Dillon, and can be found here. This conference was an International Communications Association regional conference held in Brisbane from 1-3 October 2014.
At the end of the International Communications Association 2013 Conference in London, I had the opportunity to attend a one-day post-conference on Qualitative Comparative Analysis on 22 June 2013. The program is attached here, and I include the notes from Carsten Schneider’s keynote presentations, taken from his 2012 book with Claudius Wagemann, Set-Theoretic Methods for the Social Sciences: A Guide to Qualitative Comparative Analysis.
Qualitative Comparative Analysis: A Primer
Carsten Schneider, Central European University, Budapest
Set theoretic methods are approaches to analyzing
ICA 2013 PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT – GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS AND NATIONAL POLICIES: THE RETURN OF THE STATE?
VENUE: FYVIE HALL, UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER, REGENT STREET CAMPUS
DATE: SUNDAY 16 JUNE, 2013, FROM 9.15AM TO 5.45PM.
REGISTRATION FEE: $US65 Includes morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea)
There has been much discussion as to whether forces associated with globalization (economic, political, cultural) weaken the capacity of nation-states to regulate media institutions and media content. These debates intersect with the shift towards convergent digital media, with the associated