[csaa-forum] Mobiles & Social Media in Southeast Asia & Pacific: 12/13 Nov USYD public event & Workshop
gerard.goggin at sydney.edu.au
Mon Nov 9 11:40:00 ACST 2015
Sydney Ideas Panel, Thurs 12 Nov, 6-7.30pm, University of Sydney – all welcome.
Digital technology is at the heart of social, cultural, economic, and political transformations in our neighbouring countries in the Southeast Asia region, and elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific. Used by all levels of society, mobile phones and mobile media can be found everywhere from agriculture and health, through commerce and activism, to family, friendship and romantic relationships. For its part, social media – increasingly used on mobile platforms – is a new force in everyday life, politics, education, civil society, and culture.
In this panel, five leading figures in digital technology research identify and debate the key issues in the digital age in Southeast Asia: Heather Horst (RMIT), Sun Sun Lim (NUS), Rich Ling (Nanyang), Cheryll Ruth Soriano (De La Salle, Manila), Aim Sinpeng (Sydney).
Details & registration at: http://sydney.edu.au/sydney_ideas/lectures/2015/mobile_social_media_southeast_asia.shtml
This panel is the public event of a 2-day workshop on Mobiles and Social Media in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, held at University of Sydney, Thursday 12 & Friday 13 November 2015. Program and details at: http://sydney.edu.au/southeast-asia-centre/events/mobiles-social-media.shtml
For late registration (limited places available) contact Gerard Goggin (gerard.goggin at sydney.edu.au)
Supported by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre (SSEAC) in conjunction with the Department of Media and Communications, University of Sydney & Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore.
ARC Future Fellow
Professor of Media and Communications
Department of Media and Communications
University of Sydney
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