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Young researchers' day in ITC sciences, 14th edition

Journée jeunes chercheur·es en sciences de l'information et de la communication (JJC2020)

Young researchers' day in ITC sciences, 14th edition

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Published on Thursday, March 12, 2020 by Anastasia Giardinelli

Summary

L'organisation, depuis 2006, de cette journée jeunes chercheur·es répond à la volonté des doctorants du Groupe d'études et de recherche interdisciplinaire en information et communication (GERiiCo) de l'université de Lille, de communiquer et d'échanger à propos de leurs recherches en cours avec les doctorants en sciences de l'information et de la communication d'autres universités, et ce, dans un climat de confiance et de bienveillance.

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Presentation

"Can you write a thesis without dying of boredom or going half-crazy? Yes, and even better, answers Eco: you have to live the thesis as a treasure hunt, and not a masochistic rite from another age. »

This is how Umberto Eco, in his book How to Write a Better Thesis (1977), highlights the laborious research work involved in writing a PhD thesis. It is indeed a fact that this journey is both long and exciting. PhD students of Information and Communication Sciences, which includes a bunch of different disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, and linguistics, are challenged by a variety of subjects, made up of yesterday's and tomorrow's issues.

Discourse analysis, together with images mediation devices, practices and uses are all subjects that make this discipline rich. The Journée des Jeunes Chercheurs (JJC), is held by PhD students of GERiiCO laboratory of the University of Lille since 2006. It is made for PhD students of Information and Communication Sciences, who are willing to share the results of their research to better define their actual fields of study. The JJC is aimed at both newcomer PhD students and those who are at the end of their thesis.

The objective of this day is to give PhD students the opportunity to discuss their different research subjects, to discover the diversity of the discipline, to talk about their methodological positioning and, of course, to ask about their work. It obviously encourages meetings and exchanges between PhD students and teacher-researchers of this vast discipline. Every year, two Professors of Information and Communication Sciences are invited to present their work on various research subjects. 

Submission Guidelines

On the occasion of the JJC, PhD students of Information and Communication Sciences who are willing to share their work and reflections are invited. Papers, in English or in French, will focus on one or more of the following areas:

  • Problem statement
  • Elaboration of the research corpus
  • Main theoretical and conceptual achievements or work in progress
  • Definition and implementation of the research protocol
  • Presentation of mid-term results
  • Feedback analysis of the investigation work

Editorial Guidelines

All PhD students of Information and Communication Sciences can take part at the event. There is no research subject or specific approach to the discipline to be privileged, the main goal is to be open-minded and to share.

Your speech proposal should include the following mentions:

  • Contact details of the author (surname, first name, e-mail address, telephone...)
  • The year of your subscription to the PhD
  • The temporary title of your thesis
  • The title of your speech
  • A 500-words abstract presenting the content of this paper
  • Three keywords that describe the content of your speech 

Calendar

The deadline for submitting those proposals is the 4th of April 2020.

Proposals should be sent to the following address: jjc.geriico@gmail.com. PhD students having sent a proposal will be informed on the 27th of April 2020 on the specific conditions of the event (time limit, schedule, workshop concerned), which will be set according to the number of participants. 

The steering group 

  • Amélie Daloz
  • Marianne Duquenne
  • Louise Oudjani
  • Adèle Guifo
  • Juliette Le Marquer

Places

  • Bâtiment B - Université de Lille - Domaine universitaire du pont de bois Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France (59650)
    Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France (59)

Date(s)

  • Saturday, April 04, 2020

Keywords

  • information, communication, doctorat

Contact(s)

  • amélie daloz
    courriel : jjc [dot] geriico [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • amélie daloz
    courriel : jjc [dot] geriico [at] gmail [dot] com

To cite this announcement

« Young researchers' day in ITC sciences, 14th edition », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Thursday, March 12, 2020, https://calenda.org/763334

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