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Important Dates

 
Full Paper Submission Deadline:15th July 2018
(Requests for approval to submit a paper after deadline should be made via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Notice of Paper Acceptance: 1st August 2018 
Submission of Camera Ready Paper: 10th Sept. 2018
Early Bird: 15th August 2018
Conference Period: 20th - 21st October 2018

Paper Submission

 
We use OpenConf Peer Review and Conference Management System for paper submission and reviewing process.
 

Tentative Programme

Day 1 (20 Oct. 2018) Day 2 (21 Oct. 2018)
8:30am – 9:00am Registration    
9:00am – 10:30am Parallel Session 1 9:00am – 10:30am Keynote Session 2
10:30am – 10:45am Refreshment 10:30am – 10:45am Refreshment
10:45am – 12:45pm Opening Ceremony &
Keynote Session 1
10:45am – 11:45am Parallel Session 4
11:45am – 12:45pm Parallel Session 5
12:45am - 2:00pm Lunch 12:45am - 2:00pm Lunch
2:00am – 3:30pm Parallel Session 2 2:00am – 3:15pm Parallel Session 6
3:30am – 3:45pm Refreshment 3:15am – 4:15pm Parallel Session 7
3:45am – 5:30pm Parallel Session 3 4:15am – 4:30pm Closing Ceremony & Refreshment

Day 1: 20 Oct. 2018 (Saturday)
Time Activities
8:30am-9:00am Registration
9:00am-10:30am
 
PARALLEL
SESSION
1A
Theme: Organisation Communication
ID102 Cultivating  Students’ Confidence  By Adapting Persuasive Communication Modes  In Leadership Communication Undergraduate Class
ID131 Transactional Analysis And Its Contributions To Organisational Strategic Aims
ID135 A Reflection On The Stakeholder Theory: Impact Of The Government Transformation Policy
ID140 Communication jobs in Bangladesh: core competencies sought in the communication professionals
9:00am-10:30am
PARALLEL
SESSION
1B
Theme: Communication for Social Change
ID101 The Study Of News Coverage Of Antaranews.Com With Republika.Co.Id And Metronews.Com Toward Peaceful Movement On 04 November 2016 In Indonesia
ID111 Media Reporting Of Cyberbullying: A Framing Analysis Of The Star
ID115 Kualiti Hubungan Parasosial Pemimpin Pendapat Kesihatan Dalam Media Sosial: Suatu Tinjauan Literatur
ID120 Media Reporting of Suicide: A Framing Analysis of the Coverage by The Star Newspaper in Malaysia
9:00am-10:30am
PARALLEL
SESSION
1C
Theme: New Media
ID107 An Overview of Public Relations Research in Institute of Public Relations Research Letter in 2015-2017
ID112 Multimodality and Ideology in ISIS/DAESH’s Online Digital Magazines
ID117 Students' perception of weblog effectiveness for learning Public Relations in a tertiary-level course
ID124 Consumers’ motives in using online marketplace website in indonesia: uses and gratification perspective
10:30am-10:45am Tea Break
10:45am-12:45pm Opening Ceremony & Keynote Session 1
12:45pm-2:00pm Lunch & Break
2:00pm-3:30pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
2A
Theme: Organisation Communication
ID143 Practice Theories: Managing Self and Others
ID150 Public responses on the Government Program from the perspective of Stakeholder Engagement Theory
ID151 Predictors of organizational climate: Evidences from selected SMEs
1D154 Role of Communication in Doing Negotiation
2:00pm-3:30pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
2B
Theme: Communication for Social Change
ID122 Psychographics Profiles Of National Service Training Programme (Plkn) Alumni And National Service Volunteer Brigade (Bskn) Members For Sembrong Parliamentary – Application Of Lautan And Intelektual
ID123 Lautan And Intelektual - Psychographics Profiles Of Voter's For Titiwangsa Parliamentary
ID125 Quit Smoking Clinic Attendees And Their Intentions To Quit Smoking: A Health Believe Perspective
ID127 Determinants Of Budget Forecast  Errors And Their Impacts On Budget Effectiveness: Evidence From Indonesia
2:00pm-3:30pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
2C
Theme: New Media
ID126 Influence Of YouTube In Learning English Language Skills: A Study Of Tertiary Level Students In Bangladesh
ID128 Instrument Development To Measure The Quality Of Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) Web Site
ID132 Deformed Images: Brazilian Indians And Cultural Stereotypes
ID133 Climate Opinion: Does It Really Matter In Voicing Out Opinion?
3:30pm-3:45pm Tea Break
3:45pm-5:30pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
3A
Theme: Corporate Communication
ID103 The Brand Image Of Private Higher Education Provider On Social Media Among College Youths
ID113 Developing Corporate Reputation Typology
ID118 Conceptual Exploration On The Role  Of Storytelling In Communicating Corporate Culture In The Real Industry
ID142 If It’s Not Ethical It’s Not CSR; Stakeholder Listening For Corporate Social Responsibility In Bangladesh
ID156 Examining The Influence Of Legal And Political Environment On Freedom Of Information In Malaysian Print Media
3:45pm-5:30pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
3B
Theme: Communication for Social Change
ID129 Communication-Related Barriers To The Use Of Academic Research By Policy And Decision-Makers
ID141 Respect For Marine Life, Hope For Technology, And Anger At The Media: A Focus Group And Social Media Study Of Ocean User Attitudes To Shark Management
ID144 Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA):  Hermeneutic Practices In Managing Self And Others
ID147 The Study Of News Coverage Of Antaranews.Com With Republika.Co.Id Toward Peaceful Movement On 04 November 2016 In Indonesia (Analysis Entman Framing On The Government And Private Online Portal)
ID159 Sex As A Predictor Of Social Support Communicated In A Facebook-Based Support Group For Mental Health
ID187 Information Sources And Information Needs Of Sexual And Reproductive Health (SRH): A Qualitative Study Among Final Year Students In UUM
3:45pm-5:30pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
3C
Theme: New Media
ID134 Does Voluntary Disclosure Of Managerial Values Influence Corporate Financial Performance?
ID153 The Use And Abuse Of Technology: The Relationships Between Personalities With Continuance Intention To Perform Internet Vigilantism Among Malaysians
ID155 Usability Evaluation Of Let's Talk Now (Letano) App: A Mobile Application For Dysarthric Children
ID164 The Digitalization Of Media Marketing: Overviewing Social Media Marketing Of Today
ID166 Determinants Of Online Purchasing Decision Among University Students
Day 2: 21 Oct. 2018 (Sunday)
Time Activities
9:00am-10:30am Keynote Session 2
10:30am-10:45am Tea Break
10:45am-11:45am
PARALLEL
SESSION
4A
Theme: Political Communication
ID116 The Communicative Constitution Of An Institutional Partnership For River Rehabilitation And Protection In Laguna De Bay Watershed, Philippines
ID158 The Investigative Journalists And Their Challenges In Framing The Issues Of Corruption In Sudan
ID161 Invoke Malaysia And The Licensing Regulation Of Communication And Multimedia Act 1998
10:45am-11:45am
PARALLEL
SESSION
4B
Theme: Communication for Social Change
ID163 Managing Malaysia Aktif Through Theories And Practices
ID167 Identity Building Among The Youth Through Broadcasting: A Case Of Nasionalfm, Malaysia
1D169 Negotiating Interests And Communication Of Halal At School Using Gamification Approach “Halal Race”: An Action Research
10:45am-11:45am
PARALLEL
SESSION
4C
Theme: Corporate Communication
ID179 Establishing Structural Model in Crisis Communication: An Extension and Application of Situational Crisis Communication Theory
ID186 Greening the brand:  Sustaining the corporate identity
ID188 Validating the Organization-Public Relationship Practices Scale in Small Medium Enterprises Industry
11:45am-12:45pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
5A
Theme: Intercultural Communication
ID104 E-Governance: The Communication Challenges And The Way Ahead In Indian Context
ID108 From YOLO To FOMO – An Analysis Of Instagram Use Among Malaysian Youth
ID130 Women Political Communication On Indonesia Regional Heads Election 2018, Case Study At West Java Province
11:45am-12:45pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
5B
Theme: Journalism
ID121 Gender Constructions In Reporting Of Violence: A Critical Interrogation Of Media Representations
ID136 A Study On The Co-Cultural Communication Orientation Of Kasambahays’ Negotiation Of Days-Off
ID157 Examining The Relationship Between Legal, Political Environment And Freedom Of Information In The Print Media Of India
ID183 Reporters-Public Smart Partnership Ensures The Survival Of Investigative Journalism In Malaysia
11:45am-12:45pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
5C
Theme: Communication for Social Change
ID171 Understanding Persuasive Factors That Rationalize Violence Disposition Among Youth
ID172 Quit Smoking Clinic Attendees And Their Intentions To Quit Smoking: A Health Belief Perspective
ID181 Forging And Sustaining Collaborative Partnership Through Available Opportunities And Shared Resources
12:45pm-2:00pm Lunch & Break
2:00pm-3:15pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
6A
Theme: Organisation Communication
ID160 Social Media Influence In Human Resource
ID178 Privacy Concerns On Whatsapp  Usage Among Malaysian Employees: Extending The Social Influence Theory
ID182 Transforming Communication Practices For Managing Foreign Workers In Manufacturing Companies
ID184 Tahap Komunikasi Bimbingan Penyelia Dalam Perindustrian Kecil Dan Sederhana (Pks) Sektor Perkhidmatan Di Malaysia
2:00pm-3:15pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
6B
Theme: Intercultural Communication
ID137 Investigating The Representation Of Multicultural And Religious Values Through Televised Public Service Advertisements (Psas) In Malaysia
ID145 Ngayah: Communication Behaviour Of Balinese Diaspora Jakarta (An Ethnography Of Communication Study Of Piodalan Ceremony At Pura Dalem Purnajati Tanjung Puri)
ID146 An Association Between Attitude Towards Other Cultures (ATOC) And Intercultural Communication Competence (ICC)
ID148 Framing The Enemy: Newspaper Coverage Of Political Parties During The GE14 Campaign
2:00pm-3:15pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
6C
Theme: New Media
ID168 The Investigation Of Socially Constructed Image Of Omani Female Professionals
ID170 Association Between Instagram Use Towards The Self-Esteem In Communication Among University Students: A Case Study Of Communication Bachelor Program, Faculty Of Leadership And Management, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)
ID177 Adoption Factors Of Facebook Among Non Profit Organization In Libya From The Perspective Of Media Richness Theory
ID189 The Role Of Social Media Influencers On Purchase Intention Among Generation Y
3:15pm-4:15pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
7A
Theme: Political Communication
ID162 Management On Technology Influence: Astro Arena
ID165 Social Media Use Fosters The Civic Participation: A Critical Review
ID185 Malaysia Media In Post General Election 14 Era
3:15pm-4:15pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
7B
Theme: Intercultural Communication
ID174 Youth Leadership Communication And Confucian Values: A Conceptual Review
ID175 Interacting With The Other: Student Perspectives On Intercultural Competence
ID180 Work Role Characteristics And The Cross-Cultural Adjustment Of Hotel Expatriates In Malaysia
3:15pm-4:15pm
PARALLEL
SESSION
7A
Theme: Film and Media
ID114 Online Film Criticism And Press Release
ID149 Facebook Messenger As The Medium Of Academic Consultation And The Message In A Thai Context
ID173 Inter Religion Harmony Through Films: An Analysis Of Bollywood Film PK
4:15pm-4:30pm Closing Ceremony & Award Presentation

Travel and Accommodation

Visa Requirements

You can check whether you need to apply for a Visa to enter Malaysia and its requirements HERE


Accommodations

Conference Location:

Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort
Address: 527, Jalan Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Penang, Malaysia
Phone: +6048999999
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
https://www.rainbowparadisebeachresort.com/

Location
The hotel is situated on a seafront area with an excellent view of the Tanjung Bungah Bay. The Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort is one of the nearest hotels to the city of Georgetown (10 km) and the Penang International Airport (27 km). Tourist attractions such as the Botanical Gardens and Reclining Buddha Statue are located nearby.

By flight

Once you touched down at the Penang International Airport, you may choose to rent a car from the airport or book a limousine/ taxi to reach at the conference location. It will take about 47 minutes by driving or taking a limousine/ taxi.

By car

If you drive your own car from the North-South Expressway (PLUS Highway), you will take Penang Bridge/ E36 and continue your route to Jalan Tanjung Bungah. You will find your hotel on your right side from the highway. It will take about 39 minutes/ 29.2 km from the Penang Bridge.

Hotels nearby the conference location

1. Copthorne Orchid Hotel Penang
Address: Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Penang, Malaysia.
Phone: +6048923333
Website: http://www.penang.ws/copthorne/

Estimate distance/ time when driving: 450 m / 1 minute
Estimate distance/ time when walking: 450 m/ 6 minutes

2. Flamingo Hotel by the Beach, Penang
Address: Jalan Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Tanjung Bungah, Penang, Malaysia
Phone: +604-8927 111
Website: http://penang.flamingo.com.my

Estimate distance/ time when driving: 1.2 km / 3 minutes
Estimate distance/ time when walking: 110 m/ 2 minutes

 

3. Four Points by Sheraton Penang
Address: 505 Jalan Tanjung Bungah, Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Penang
Phone: +604-3718888
Website: http://www.fourpointspenang.com/

Estimate distance/ time when driving: 1.4 km / 2 minutes
Estimate distance/ time when walking: 1.4 km/ 17 minutes

 

4. Lost Paradise Resort
Address: 262 Jalan Batu Ferringhi 11100 Penang, Malaysia
Phone: +604 8904800
Website: http://www.lostparadiseresort.net/

Estimate distance/ time when driving: 2.9 km / 5 minutes
Estimate distance/ time when walking: 2.0 km/ 20 minutes

 

5. Jazz Service Suite
Address: 1A-2-1, Jalan Seri Tanjung Pinang, Jazz Suites, 10470 Tanjung Tokong, Pulau Pinang
Phone: +012-6589918/ +0124959918
Website: https://jazzservicesuite.com

Estimate distance/ time when driving: 3.8 km / 7 minutes
Estimate distance/ time when walking: 2.8 km/ 33 minutes


6. G Hotel Penang
Address: 168A Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang, Malaysia
Phone: +604 238 0000
Website: http://www.ghotel.com.my/

Estimate distance/ time when driving: 5.4 km / 10 minutes
Estimate distance/ time when walking: 5.1 km/ 1 hour 4 minutes

Fees and Payment

Fees for Presenters and Participants

Participation Types Early Bird* Rate
(per person)
Normal Rate
(per person)
Standard RM1100 RM1200
Postgraduate Student (Local University) RM650
Partner Institution (minimum 5 persons)
and Postgraduate Student (Overseas)
RM900
UUM Staff RM1000
Non-presenter Participant RM650

*Payment received before 15th August 2018

Registration fees (participants and presenters) include conference admission, conference set (proceedings and materials), lunches, dinner (closing) and refreshments. These fees do NOT include the accommodation.

Authors need to pay the fees BEFORE 15th Sept. 2018 in order for their papers to be included in the proceeding.

Currency Exchange Rate, please refer to this LINK

Payment Procedures FOR LOCAL PARTICIPANT (MALAYSIAN)

Payment can be made through:

1. Online Payment via Credit Card / Internet Banking / FPX

  1. Browse http://e-com.uum.edu.my/bend/paymode.jsp
  2. Follow all required steps as instructed.
  3. Note : for 'payment for' choose ‘other payment’  
  4. Note : for 'description' : key in 'I-COME 2018'
  5. Please print and keep the notification of payment made as proof of payment. Scan and email the proof of payment as soon as possible or before 15th Sept. 2018 to the secretariat (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). You also need to bring the original payment slip during the registration. You are required to show the proof of payment to the secretariat on the registration day of the conference/ workshop/ colloquium Failure to do so will result in your name being not listed as presenter/ participants.

2. Bank Transfer

Transfer should be made to the following account:
Account Name: UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA
Account No.: 02093010000010
Bank Name: BANK ISLAM MALAYSIA BERHAD
Please write a remark “REGISTRATION FEE FOR I-COME 2018”

Please forward a scanned copy of the Bank Transfer receipt to ICOME 2018 Secretariat (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with cc to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)or by fax to +604 9285804 for us to verify the transaction. Please kindly write down the participant's name, date and time of the transfer and country and city of origin.

3. Local Cheque

All cheques should be made payable to “UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA”.
Registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment
Kindly indicate your name and contact number at the back of the cheque and send it to:

Dr. Norhafezah Yusof
Director i-COME’18
School of Multimedia Technology and Communication, UUM College of Art and Science,
Universiti Utara Malaysia,
06010 UUM Sintok,
Kedah, Malaysia

Please include in your payment:

  • The total registration fees; wire transfer fees are the responsibility of the registrant (Registrants are required to bear the processing fee charged by their own bank and a third party agent (if any)).
  • Your organization's name as it appears in the reference section of your transfer
  • Please write a remark “REGISTRATION FEE FOR I-COME 2018”

Please forward a scanned copy of the telegraphic transfer receipt to I-COME’18 Secretariat (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with cc to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or by fax to +604 9285804 for us to verify the transaction. Please kindly write down the participant's name, date and time of the transfer and country and city of origin.

Kindly note that no International Cheque will be accepted

For Authors, payment must be made by 15th August 2018 or your article will not be published in the proceedings.

Payment Procedures FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANT

Payment can be made through:

1. Online Payment via Credit Card

  1. Browse http://e-com.uum.edu.my/bend/paymode.jsp
  2. Follow all required steps as instructed.
  3. Note : for 'payment for' choose ‘other payment’  
  4. Note : for 'description' : key in 'I-COME 2018'
  5. Please print and keep the notification of payment made as proof of payment. Scan and email the proof of payment as soon as possible or before 15th August 2018 to the secretariat (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). You also need to bring the original payment slip during the registration. You are required to show the proof of payment to the secretariat on the registration day of the conference/ workshop/ colloquium. Failure to do so will result in your name being not listed as presenter/ participants.

2. Telegraphic Transfer

Transfer should be made to the following account:
Account Name: UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA
Account No.: 02093010000010
Bank Name: BANK ISLAM MALAYSIA BERHAD
SWIFT CODE: BIMBMYKL

Please include in your payment:

  • The total registration fees; wire transfer fees are the responsibility of the registrant (Registrants are required to bear the processing fee charged by their own bank and a third party agent (if any)).
  • Your organization's name as it appears in the reference section of your transfer
  • Please write a remark "REGISTRATION FEE FOR I-COME 2018"

Please forward a scanned copy of the telegraphic transfer receipt to I-COME'18 Secretariat (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with cc to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or by fax to +604 9285804 for us to verify the transaction. Please kindly write down the participant's name, date and time of the transfer and country and city of origin.

Kindly note that NO International Cheque will be accepted

For Authors, payment must be made by 15th August 2018 or your article will not be published in the proceedings.

Cancellation Policy

Conference registrants cancelling their registration on or before 15th August 2018 will receive a refund of the conference registration fee, less a USD85 administrative fee. 

Please note: No refunds will be given after 15th August 2018.
Written requests for cancellation must be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The deadline for paper submission is on 31 May 2018.

Call for Papers

Authors are invited to submit complete, original and unpublished research papers to the International Conference on Communication and Media 2018 (I-COME'18) which may address theoretical, methodological or practical aspects related to communication and should revolve around the conference theme (papers not explicitly addressing the following theme are also welcomed).

Theme

Connecting Diverse Networks: Managing Self and Others

Publications/ Proceedings/ ISSN/ Indexing

Full papers will be submitted to the Scientific Committee for their approval and once accepted they will be published in International Conference on Communication and Media Proceedings 2018. All full papers will be accepted through a double blind reviewed process and will be published electronically with ISSN (open access publication). We will submit the proceedings to be indexed in the Crossref, Malaysian Citation Index (MyCite), and Google Scholar for possible Indexing.

In addition, selected paper by Technical Committee will be considered for publication in SCOPUS or INDEXES journal with additional payment. Manuscripts submitted to the journals should be extended by at least 40% compared with the conference ones. The definitive decision will be notified to the authors based on the quality of the paper. All papers will go through the normal review processes of the journals.

Track

Papers for presentation at the conference are invited from scholars and practitioners, on topics relevant to the following contemporary communication and media issues:

a) Organizational Communication

  • Corporate communication
  • Power and politics in organizations
  • Communication for organizational change
  • Communication management
  • Public relations

b) Communication for Social Change

  • Health communication
  • Religion, communication and media
  • Gender and communication
  • Governance and empowerment of women
  • Campaign

c) Intercultural Communication

  • Issues in international and intercultural communication
  • Barriers in intercultural communication
  • Negotiating across cultures
  • Empowerment and governance across cultures

d) Political Communication

  • Communication policies and regulations
  • Communication law
  • Empowerment and governance in the information society
  • Leadership
  • Ethics in campaign
  • Ethics in speech

e) New Media

  • New media and culture
  • Media industry trends and dynamics
  • Ethics and cyber society
  • Media challenges and opportunities
  • Creativity, innovation and users
  • Government, regulations and new media

f) Language and Communication

  • Media and Language
  • Role of language
  • Visual and Linguistics
  • Critical literacy
  • Language and advertising
  • Language and rhetoric
  • Language and social interaction.

g) Other topics related to communication and media studies

Important Dates

Paper Submission Deadline
15th July 2018 
Notice of Paper Acceptance 1st August 2018
Submission of Paper Camera Ready Paper 10th Sept. 2018

Requests for approval to submit a paper after deadline should be made via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Submission Guidelines

  • The paper must be an original work and have not been previously accepted in a journal or under consideration for publication elsewhere
  • Please read the GUIDE FOR AUTHORS before preparing your text
  • All papers must conform to International Conference on Communication and Media Proceedings standard - single-column format set in MS Word Template (Download Template HERE)
  • Papers must be sent in Word format through OpenConf Peer Review and Conference Management System.
  • The paper must be written in English or Bahasa Malaysia with a maximum of 6 single-spaced pages, including an abstract, references, tables, figures and appendices.

Selected papers will be published in International Conference on Communication and Media 2018 Proceedings which will be submit the proceedings to be indexed in the Crossref, Malaysian Citation Index (MyCite), and Google Scholar for possible Indexing. The papers will be selected through a double blind review process. Please ensure that the authors' names do not appear in the submitted paper [authors' names must only be included in the final submission of the PRINT READY version after the review process is complete].

An abstract without a completed paper or rejected completed paper (reviewed by the Scientific Committee) will ONLY be considered for the oral presentation.

At least one author of each accepted paper/abstract must register and pay the fees for the conference by 15 Sept. 2018 in order for the paper/abstract to be included in the program booklet and the conference proceedings.


Paper Submission

We use OpenConf Peer Review and Conference Management System system for paper submission and reviewing process. Authors are required to submit and upload the paper online. If there is any problem, please do let us know.
 

 

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Ang Peng Hwa

Professor Ang Peng Hwa

Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University

Professor Mohan Jyoti Dutta

Professor Mohan Jyoti Dutta

Provost's Chair Professor; Director, Care
Department of Communications and New Media
National University of Singapore

Professor Mohan Jyoti Dutta

Professor Arminda Santiago

College of Mass Communication
University of the Philippines Diliman

Contact Us

Associate Professor Dr. Norhafezah Yusof 
Director i-COME'18
School of Multimedia Technology and Communication, College of Arts and Sciences, Universiti Utara Malaysia 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah, MALAYSIA | Email: [email protected]| Tel: +604 9285882 | Fax: +604 9285804

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