1st INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
ON INTERGROUP COMMUNICATION
21-23 June, 2017
Thessaloniki, Greece


Convened by

-Antonis Gardikiotis (Aristotle U. of Thessaloniki)

-Howie Giles (UC Santa Barbara)

Welcome / About

We are very happy to invite you to the 1st international symposium of intergroup communication! The symposium focuses on how group identities and communication are interrelated and affect each other.

Relevant topics include (but are not limited to): family; social networks; news media; disability; stigma; multilingualism; border communication; group vitalities; intergroup contact; multilingual settings; language and identity; particular intergroup settings (e.g., Immigration, European socioeconomic crisis), etc.

The study of intergroup communication now has wide appeal in terms of its relevance to organizations, families, health, media, intercultural, new technology, etc. as we well as different disciplines.

A number of publishing contexts will be available for work presented here, including a special issue(s) of the Journal of Language & Social Psychology on language dynamics.

Aims of this Symposium

To provide the first concentrated forum for presenting and discussing current, cutting edge research on intergroup communication
To bring international seasoned scholars and graduates together with a view to crafting collaborative international projects on intergroup communication across a range of topics

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