Why you should participate
- The conference programme will give space for presentation and discussion from both sides (Vietnam, Austria), given by scientists, media experts and students.
- By participating in this conference, you get an idea of the changes of media landscapes in both participating countries Vietnam & Austria.
- You'll get to know other scientists in the field of journalism and communication, as well as media practitioners and you'll be able to build connections with potential partners for your projects, research and studies.
- You're getting first hand insights into the structural changes that are being undertaken in your field of studies or in your job as a media expert.
- Take on the opportunity to discuss the newest challenges in media and communications within the context of various international organizations
University of Vienna (Main-Building, Senate’s Assembly Hall) / 1010 Vienna Universitätsring 1
- Executive Committee:
- Academy of Journalism and Communication, AJC, Hanoi
Austrian – Vietnamese Association, GÖV, Vienna
Central Council for Theoretical Study of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Hanoi
Department of Communication / Faculty of Social Sciences / University of Vienna
Embassy of the Peoples Republic of Vietnam in Austria
European Society for Education and Communication, ESEC, Vienna
Thomas A. Bauer, Department of Communication, Univie / ESEC
Vu Than Van, AJC, International Office
Ngyen Thi Bich Yen, PHD candidate AJC (management affairs)
Toma Molerov, Department of Communication Univie, student: (technical affairs)
The Aim and the Horizon of Relevance of this Conference
- Is to enrich the knowledge, to exchange analyses and to find trans-culturally relevant perspectives for the scientifically valid description of the reflexive interrelation of media and social change: on preconditions, processes, circumstances, consequences, wide ranged social, societal, and cultural problems, on effects for the social practice as well as on science based terms for theoretical explanations and sustainable solutions in media practice.
- The topic of media change not only relates to structural changes in journalism, but in fact mirrors an ontological, that is to say a fundamental change of paradigms of communication of science as well as models of society of communication.
- Exactly this is the point of interest: As there is a significant level of public trust to existing media systems - how do media systems with a more or less journalistically and professionally driven order of usage of - how do they work out strategically and practically the interruption of technological, economic and political routines and what does this mean for the publicly relevant social relations and social practice in politics, economy, education, and every day public life.
- Media change also not just means the structural change, but the cultural change of usage of media. Media go public, media emancipates from manorial and elitist usage to everyone’s social practice.
- The social, cultural and political concept of media plays a crucial role in the science-based endeavours to explain the options, the open horizons as well as the dead end streets of media change.
- Understanding social change as a concept of diversity of social practice insinuates the responsibility of science across all cultures for trans-culturally relevant interpretations of a globalized phenomenon.
- The analyses and the results of the conference could be discussed in relation to new orientations of journalism educational programs: contents, curricula, and didactical principles.
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Hanoi Media Days
Conference 2016 in Vienna
|09.00||Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Bauer, Univie, Dptm of Communication:|
|“Media Society – Challenges, Chances, Changes”|
|09.15||Josef Ladenhauf, doctoral student Univie, europadirect:|
|“Doing Europe by Network Models of Participation”|
|09.45||Eleanur Gülec, Students’ Research Seminar Group, Univie:|
|“Theoretical Re-application of Social Media Models to Procedures of Traditional Journalism”|
|10.15||Open Forum Discussion (Moderation Thomas A. Bauer)|
|11.00||Open Forum Discussion (Moderation Vu Than Van)|
|11.30||Prof. Dr. Helmut Kramer, Univie, Vizepräsident der Österreichisch-Vietnamisischen Gesellschaft, Dptm of Political Science: “Foreign Politics and Public Opinion”|
|12.00||Le Ngoc Son, IImenau University of Technology, Germany:|
|“The Challenge of Vietnamese Journalism in Times of Competition Against Social Media”|
|13.30||Open Forum Discussion (Moderation Thomas A. Bauer)|
|14.00||Albert Malli, Bakk., Austrian Broadcasting Corporation ORF “Ö3: Online and New Media Strategies in Framework of a Broadcasting Organization“|
|14.30||Dr. Daniela Kraus, CEO fjum Vienna:|
|“International Trends in Structural Change of Journalism”|
|15.30||Prof. Dr. Truong Ngoc Nam, Rector, Academy of Journalism and Communication AJC Hanoi, Closing Key Note Speech:|
|“Academic Journalism Education: Challenges of Change in Contemporary Media Universe”|