Dear ladies and gentlemen,
dear colleagues of cultural policy research,
we wish you all the best for the year 2016!
Please note that the date for submission of the ICCPR2016 in Seoul, Korea has been extended to January 20, 2016.
Attached we send you the new e-leaflet which contains new important information.
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See you in Seoul!
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schneider & Dr. Daniel Gad
As host of the ICCPR2014 in Hildesheim, Germany it is our great pleasure to forward this call for the IX. International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR2016) which will take place in Seoul, Korea.
The ICCPR2016 in Seoul, July 5-9, 2016, encourage proposals in the widest range of disciplines, provided they make an original academic contribution to the conference theme. Proposals based on research on cultural policy that is primarily ‘instrumental’ (such as market research) or on research designed for the purposes of advocating a preconceived institutional position will not be accepted. This does not exclude applied research of high academic quality.
The conference website will open in late December 2015 at http://iccpr2016.sm.ac.kr/, including instructions for submitting proposals. Proposals must be submitted in English and no later than January 4, 2016. Proposals must not exceed 500 words (excluding bibliography) and should include the following:
• Research questions that the paper will address to
• Methodological approach
• Description of what is original about the research
In addition, an illustrative bibliography should be included, which demonstrates knowledge of relevant literature.
See you in Seoul!
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schneider
University of Hildesheim
Department of Cultural Policy
UNESCO Chair „Cultural Policy for the Arts in Development“