The comparative privacy research network is organizing a preconference before the annual conference of the International Communication Association on May, 25th (9:30 to 17:00). Drawing on previous and ongoing conversations and collaborations, this preconference aims to attend to privacy literacy’s critical comparative nature by bringing together scholars that examine the cultural, political, and otherwise contextualized aspects of privacy literacy.
The ultimate goal is to enhance conversation in communication studies about the ways in which systematic comparative cross-cultural analyses of privacy literacy may be conceptualized, theorized, and operationalized in novel ways. This preconference will be organized in two parts: First, keynotes will provide inputs on the central issues and concepts involved such as privacy, comparative research, and media literacy. Secondly, interactive sessions will focus on three main aspects of comparative privacy literacy research, namely: conceptualization, operationalization, and collaboration. These sessions will bring together competitively selected presentations followed by a discussion on the challenges of conceptualizing and operationalizing critical privacy literacy from a cross-cultural perspective. The presentation sessions will be followed by group activities where participants will discuss solutions to particular challenges. This final session will take the form of a guided discussion in the larger group that will build on the diversity of the group in order to consider new, future-oriented research questions and forge future collaborations.
We invited you to submit extended abstracts (~700 words) to participate in this preconference!
DEADLINE EXTENDED: 28th of February 2022!
For more information and a link to the call of paper can be find here.
?#ICA22 pre-conference in Mulhouse!?@Think_Macro, @_kquinn_, @charlyjr, @lutzid, @lbaruh, and I are organizing a pre-conference on comparative research of privacy and associated literacies. More info & details under the link: https://t.co/071YCPoeyR pic.twitter.com/slsC1zeH1F
— Philipp Masur (@MasurPhil) November 26, 2021