2024 4th International Conference on Social Development and Media Communication (SDMC 2024)

- Welcome To SDMC 2024 -

palm-tree.pngAs a leading role in the global megatrend of scientific innovation, China has been creating a more and more open environment for scientific innovation, increasing the depth and breadth of academic cooperation, and building a community of innovation that benefits all. Such endeavors are making new contributions to the globalization and creating a community of shared future.

To adapt to this changing world and China's fast development in the new era, 2024 4th International Conference on Social Development and Media Communication (SDMC 2024) to be held in November 1-3, 2024. This conference takes "bringing together global wisdom in scientific innovation to promote high-quality development" as the theme and focuses on cutting-edge research fields including Social Development and Media Communication. SDMC 2023 encourages the exchange of information at the forefront of research in different fields, connects the most advanced academic resources in China and the world, transforms research results into industrial solutions, and brings together talent, technology and capital to drive development. The conference sincerely invites experts, scholars, business people and other relevant personnel from universities, scientific research institutions at home and abroad to attend and exchange! 2024 4th International Conference on Social Development and Media Communication (SDMC 2024) will conduct in-depth discussions on the impact of social development on media communication and the impact of media communication on social development. Scholars in relevant fields are cordially invited to participate.

We warmly invite you to participate in SDMC 2024 and look forward to seeing you in Chengdu, China.

Full Paper Submission Date

October 01, 2024

Registration Deadline

October 11, 2024

Final Paper Submission Date

October 21, 2024

Conference Dates

November 01-03, 2024

- Call For Papers -

Topics of interest include but are not limited to

Social Development

· New era theory and thought

· Social governance innovation

· Sociology and development

· Media, information and communication

· Media communication for cultural inheritance and development

· The impact of media communication on social economy

· The influence of media communication on art

· The inspiration of media communication to literary creation

· The promotion of media communication to education

· Media development and media culture

· The reality and future trend of media industry

· Sustainable economic development

· Inheritance and dissemination of language and culture

· Esports gaming and mass media communication

· The impact of social development on media communication

Media Communication

· Media communication and news communication

· The relationship between social development and news communication

· Internet and new media

· The rise and application of we-media

· Cross-cultural communication

· The use of multimedia in school classroom

· Education innovation and reform in intelligent age

· Application of artificial intelligence in education

· The influence of Internet and media on society

· The conflict between Internet celebrity culture and traditional media

· Live delivery and economic development

· Stars and social media communication

· Branding, Advertising and media communication

· Technical means of media communication

· Research on the influence of media communication on social development

- Submission -

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- Publication -


hot.gif All papers will be reviewed by two or three expert reviewers from the conference committees. After a careful reviewing process, all accepted papers will be published in ASSEHR-Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research (ISSN: 2352-5398) Conference proceedings, and submitted to CPCI、CNKI for indexing.

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