Post-truth Politics? Populism, Authenticity and the Discourse of Donald Trump 19/01/2017 (Thursday) 13:00-14:00 This paper focuses on aspects of the discourse of Donald Trump during his successful campaign to become the 45th President of the United States of America. It argues that, although we can undoubtedly identify aspects of authoritarian populism in
With fluent English, swift responsiveness and composed diplomatic etiquette, Dang Hao, a postgraduate student from the Department of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Macau (UM), won the first prize at a competition on the first Model Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Taiwan.For more information, please visit the page here.
In April 2013 the Department of Communication hosted a workshop on the topic of “Tourist Utopias.” The workshop was organized by Tim Simpson and participants included Keller Easterling (Yale School of Architecture), Pal Nyiri (Anthropology, VU Univ., Amsterdam), Panivong Norindr (Comparative Literature, USC), Angela Ndalianis (Media Studies, Univ. of Melbourne), Veronica Della Dora
A research team led by Prof Chen Huailin and Prof Wu Mei which includes Dr Li Xiaoqin and a dozen master’s and PhD students from the Department of Communication, has successfully completed the consultancy project “Guangzhou Daily 2012 Survey and Research Project” and earned unanimous praise from the middle and top management of
The Asian Cinema Studies Society (ACSS), started in 1984, held its most recent conference in Hong Kong. A total of six professors and students from the Department of Communication presented their work to an international audience. A short video Sanity, made by 3rd year English Communication students, was also selected for screening and