ADDA 4 - Contemporary Societies in Digital Discourse
The 4th Approaches to Digital Discourse Analysis Conference (ADDA 4) will be held at the campus of the University of Klagenfurt (Austria).
The theme of this ADDA conference is "Contemporary Societies in Digital Discourses". The focus lies on identities in digital discourses in light of individualization, singularization, but also (anti-)globalization, interconnectedness, social changes, tensions, and crises.
ADDA aims to bring together (early career and experienced) researchers interested in the analysis of digital discourse(s) from different disciplines, approaches, and traditions. Thus, it seeks to foster state-of-the-art debates and discussions on this burgeoning field of research and to provide opportunities for inter-, multi- and transdisciplinary research and critical reflection.
Confirmed plenary speakers
Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda – University of Klagenfurt (Austria)
Caroline Tagg – Open University (United Kingdom)
Camilla Vasquez – University of South Florida (United States)
Michele Zappavigna – University of New South Wales (Australia)
Papers are invited from discourse scholars across different traditions focusing on digital discourse, among others:
- Critical digital discourse studies
- Theoretical approaches to digital discourse
- Research methods in digital discourse analysis
- Micro and macro analysis of digital discourse
- Digital genres
- Discourse and (gender, sexual, ethnic, racial, etc.) identities in the digital world
- Multimodality and digital discourse
- Cognitive approaches to digital discourse analysis
- Digital discourse and education
- Digital discourse and politics
- Digital discourse and health
- Digital discourse and (new) professions
- Digital discourse and academia
- Other related fields of research.
Convenors (University of Klagenfurt)
Patricia Bou Franch (University of Valencia)
Pilar Garcés-Conejos Blitvich (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
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