The Center for Research in Communication is a young research institution at the Faculty of Communication and Public Relations, a division of the National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest.
Our home Faculty is one of the new schools in the field of communication sciences, and it strives to be very dynamic. An emphasis on research is part of our academic identity. Within the Faculty, the mission of the Center is to help develop a strong research activity in communication sciences and in the connected disciplines. Another important goal of the Center is the creation of an international network which will facilitate contacts between prestigious researchers and institutions from across the world.
- New, extended deadline for abstracts (Media and the Public Sphere. Evaluating Media Ethics in the Digital Era international conference): July 20th.
- Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya) to visit College of Communication & PR, June 2-6, 2014. The visit is supported by the Erasmus faculty exchange framework. Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol will give two talks in Bucharest: (1) Monday, June 2nd, 18:00-19:30, room 111: General view of the processes of social networked movements and their evolution, the important role of ICTs and mass-self communication; (2) Tuesday, June 3rd, 14:00-16:00, room 111: 15M-Indignados protest movement.
- Workshop co-organized by CRC & Cox International Center (University of Georgia): Media and Political Institutions in Time of Elections. May 28 - 29, 2014 @ College of Communication & PR | NUPSPA, Room #111.
- Call for papers - international conference Media and the Public Sphere. Evaluating Media Ethics in the Digital Era. The conference will take place in Bucharest, October 23 - 24, 2014. [Read more.]
- The Social Cognition and Communication of Emotions Lab @ the Center for Research in Communication is planning to host the 2015 Ageing Communication Media Network meeting. ACM is a research group that includes experts from Canada, Finland, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Peru, Romania, Spain, UK, and US. The group is led by Professor Kimberly Sawchuk, from Concordia University, Canada. Every year, the ACM group meets in one of the participating countries. Previous meetings were held in Barcelona (2012) and in Montreal (2013).