MICA Ahmedabad Conducts ICMC 2020 – Check Here


The MICA (Mudra Institute of Communications), Ahmedabad is the popular institute and only residential institute in the country, and perhaps in the Asia-Pacific region, dedicated to creating leadership in Strategic Marketing and Communication. This institute is the non-profit institution provides various programs such as Post Graduate Diploma in Management-Communications (PGDM-C), Crafting Creative Communication (CCC) and Fellow Programme in Management-Communications (FPM-C).

Applicants will get admission in these programs on the basis of their eligibility criteria and from this article; students will be able to know the detailed information of MICA Ahmedabad conducts ICMC.

MICA Ahmedabad conducts ICMC 2020

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The Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad has conducted the 4th ICMC ie the International Communication Management Conference. In the conference meeting, the collaboration was initiated between MICA and University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism.

Day 1 of the conference also saw views and paper presentations on multiple topics by:

  • Sirkku Kotilainen, University of Tampere, Finland: Media and information literacies as the basis for youth civic participation
  • Melissa Fitch, University of Arizona, USA: Global queer digital activism
  • Nimmi Rangaswamy, Xerox Research Center, India: Learning to bridge the digital gap – Social Networking and the Youth Sub-Stratum in Urban India
  • Mou Mukherjee Das, Aliah University, India: Social media and the reconceptualization of public sphere for opinion generation- an analysis
  • Ahammed Junaid N. P. & Santosh Patra, MICA, India: Promise and challenges of the internet to bring a new public sphere: Exploring the case of right thinkers, a Facebook discussion group in Malayalam
  • Manisha Pathak-Shelat, MICA, India: Transcultural citizenship: Negotiation of the local and the global civic identities
  • Prasanna Hulikavi, Radhika Ingale & Suneeta Kulkarni, Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication- PG, India: Assistive media strategies to facilitate children’s learning; A study of ”The Granny Cloud”
  • Nandini Lakshmikantha, Manipal University, India & Shilpa Kalyan, Presidency College, India: Effectiveness of new media as a tool of edu-entertainment among school children
  • Shobha Vadrevu, National University of Singapore, Singapore: Pedagogy, technology, and agency in Singapore: Constructing the technological citizen
  • Niti Chopra, M.S. University, India: Making journalism education relevant to a digital future
  • Haripriya Narasimhan, IIT- Hyderabad, India: Going virtual, maneuvering control: an ethnography of online fans of television soap-operas in India
  • Rashmi Tapariya, MICA, India: Understanding and differentiating the online purchasing behavior between males and females
  • Kulveen Trehan, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India: New media advocacy and gender rights:  Decoding the power of online media in advocating women issues in India
  • Aanchal Sharma & Santosh  Patra,  MICA, India: Notion of physicality and empowerment: an exploratory study of women empowerment in cyberspace
  • Palak Gadhiya, MICA, India: Usage patterns of social media among housewives
  • Radha &  P. Govindaraju,  Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, India: Online commenting patterns on news reports on violence against women in India
  • Syed Murtaza Alfarid Hussain, Assam University, India: Social Media: the Front stage of identity performance – Applying Goffman’s performance theory to online ‘self’ presentation
  • Ayesha Tahera Rashid,  Assam University, India: Social media and psychological well-being An analysis of the self-esteem and life satisfaction of Facebook users
  • Swatantra, IIM Indore, India & Sonam Mehta, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, India: You like, they like, and I like: Self-esteem and narcissism of the users of social networking sites
  • Anusuah R. & Balasubramanian Raja, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, India: Self-disclosure in Facebook: Teenagers and risks

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