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Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Instytut Socjologii

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Instytut Socjologii oraz Instytut Dziennikarstwa i Komunikacji Społecznej Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego we współpracy z Wrocławskim Oddziałem Polskiego Towarzystwa Socjologicznego, Kołem Naukowym Studentów Socjologii, Doktoranckim Kołem Naukowym Komunikologów oraz Communication Studies, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis  serdecznie zapraszają na 20.  edycję międzynarodowej konferencji pt. “Communication&Culture”. Odbędzie się ona 22 i 23 maja w Instytucie Socjologii, ul. Koszarowa 3, budynek 20, w sali 240 oraz 24 maja w Instytucie Dziennikarstwa i Komunikacji Społecznej, ul. Joliot-Curie 15 w formie warsztatów  z projektowania komunikacji. Do wyboru macie Państwo: Design Thinking lub Projektowanie Doświadczeń.

Program konferencji znajduje się poniżej:

22nd of May 


Opening of the conference

Prof. dr.hab. Jan Burdukiewicz, Vice-Rector for International Relations and Projects, University of Wrocław prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Kurcz, Director of the Institute of Sociology
dr hab. Marcelina Zuber, Vice-dean for Research and International Relations, Department of Social Sciences, UWr, dr hab., prof. UWr  Adam Mrozowicki, vice-director for international cooperation and development, Institute of Sociology, vice-chair of the Wroclaw Branch of the Polish Sociological Association. 


John Parrish-Sprowl, PhD, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, USA, ”Vaccine acceptance, hesitancy, and refusal: Managing a global public health threat”


Liudmila Sereda, PhD, Associate Professor of Translation/Interpreting and Intercultural Communication Dpt., ”Terms of Endearment: cross-cultural view"


Mikalai Myslivets, PhD, Head of the Sociology and Special Sociological Disciplines Dpt., Associate Professor, “Distant and near past in historical memory of Belarusian youth"


Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, PhD, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis,USA, ”Creating a Community for Communicating Science: A Book Club Case Study"


Taylor Lee, IUPUI-, USA, “Communicating Mental Health in a Mediated World”


Iga Pękala, PhD student, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, “Sociological aspects of David Lynch’s work”


Jake Watson, IUPUI-, USA, „Let’s Talk About S.T.R.E.S.S.”


Rodger Johnson, IUPUI-, USA, “Building Resilience to Promote Well-being in Graduate School”


Gloria Renolett, IUPUI-, USA, “Exploring a Deeper Insight into the Impact of the Humanitarian Crisis”


Coffee Break


Aleksandra Szady “Women body medicalization. Massmedia narrations about menstruation”


Dominika Ziętek, PhD student, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, ”Seeking for the method: Wayfinding Systems in Medical Facilities”


Patrycja Kochanek, PhD student, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, “Who runs the labor market? Zooming the Polish job market”


Krzysztof Waraksa, PhD student, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, “The Topography of Typography”


Tomasz Płonkowski, PhD, Institute of Media Education and Journalism, UKSW, “Media Ecology and Media Equation theory”

 23rd of May 


Gero Menzel “Religiosity, migration and transnationalism: Religiosity, short-term migration and Adaptation in the international student / Erasmus community (studying abroad)”


Mengmeng Luo “The integration of the Chinese students in France”


Zofia Nauka, PhD student, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, "Sexual education: analysis of the phenomenon in liberal and conservative discourse”


Norbert Tomaszewski, PhD student, Department of Social Sciences UWr, “Is Instagram the best way to reach millenials? Beto, Alexandria and the mobilization campaign”


Aneta Urbaniak, PhD student, Department of Social Sciences UWr, “The perspective of virtual communities as a communication channels in the social world of families of long-term missing persons"


Rosaria Margiotta, Erasmus MITRA student, “Non-verbal communication as the manifestation of power relations, an analysis of political communication”


Klaudia Pawlikiewicz, PhD student, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, “The image of adulthood among students”


Coffee Break


Aleksandra Lalka “The concept of mansplaining in the Polish media”"


Arkadiusz Haławin, PhD student Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, Institute of Journalism and Social Communication UWr, “How big brands use social issues in communication”


Milevich Nalallia, Grodno State University, “Illocutionary functions of indirect speech acts in Russian and English interviews”


Alisa Badrankova, Grodno State University, "American and Russian social networking: a cross-cultural view"


Darya Yarmash, Grodno State University,  "Belarusian and Polish Stage: from Czeslaw Niemen to "Piesniary”


Ilona Nedzialeuskaya, Grodno State University, "Representation of color revolutions in the discourse of modern Russian sociology"

 24th of May  

 11.00-13.00 Workshops – Experience Design or Design Thinking
(address: Joliot-Curie 15)
– chose one which you would like to participate in.


#1 Experience Design

#2 Design Thinking

During the workshop, we will focus on creating, redefining and giving context to brands. We will design a consistent experience of a brand, complemented by sensory issues.

Workshop leaders: Ola Szady and Krzysztof Waraksa (Mojżesz Yamamoto).

While workshop, the participants will consolidate soft skills such as teamwork, creative thinking and the ability to diagnose problems. Design Thinking is a method based on manufacture creative, unique and above all practical solutions that can be applied in various areas of everyday life, from facilitating processes such as giving gifts to more complex ones such as setting up orientation systems or work organization.

 13:00 Students’ photographs exhibition inspired by Cinema Masters (address: Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, ul. Joliot-Curie 15), private view on May 24, 2019, at 1 pm.

 The exhibition reaches to the classics of cinema in order to capture its timelessness, but also to look at the recognized titles from a different, sometimes surprising perspective, throwing new light at them.
Who: I- V year students of Journalism and Social Communication Scientific care: prof. dr hab. Arkadiusz Lewicki, mgr Ewa Baszak, mgr Hanna Kowalska and mgr Iga Pękala.