UM student wins Top Paper Award at ICA’s annual conference 澳大學生於國際傳播年會獲最佳論文獎

Ou Chuyue, a PhD student from the Department of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Macau (UM), received the Top Paper Award at the 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), for her paper, titled ‘From Offline to Online: How Mainland Chinese Postgraduates in Macao Construct and Present Their Identities’.

Held in Prague, Czech Republic, this year’s conference attracted approximately 3,300 scholars from around the world. Ou’s paper, ‘From Offline to Online: How Mainland Chinese Postgraduates in Macao Construct and Present Their Identities’, explores how postgraduates in mainland China understand the terms ‘mainland’ and ‘Hong Kong and Macao’ in the context of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ policy, as well as how they construct and present their identities in different situations. It received the award from the ICA’s Intercultural Communication Division.

The ICA is an academic association for scholars interested in the study, teaching, and application of all aspects of human and mediated communication. With a history of over 50 years, it boasts more than 4,500 members in 80 countries.

澳門大學社會科學學院傳播系博士生歐楚月的論文“從線下到線上:探索在澳門的內地研究生的身份認同構建及呈現"於“國際傳播學會第68屆年會"上發表,最終獲頒最佳論文獎。

是次年會於布拉格舉行,吸引全球各地約3,300名學者參與。歐楚月獲獎的論文題為“從線下到線上:探索在澳門的內地研究生的身份認同構建及呈現",內容主要探討在“一國兩制"政策下在澳門的內地研究生如何理解“內地"與“港澳"的含義,以及在不同情景下他們如何構建和呈現不同的身份認同。這篇論文由國際傳播學會之跨文化傳播部授予獎項。

國際傳播學會是一個學術協會,致力為學者們提供學習、傳授、以及應用在各方面的人和媒介的傳播學知識。學會至今為止有著超過50年的歷史,其會員遍佈80多個國家,會員人數超過4,500人。