KPY’den Haftanın Kültür İstatistiği

Hazırlayan: Kültür Politikaları ve Yönetimi Araştırma Merkez (KPY), Sarp Kürkcü, Adil Serhan Şahin 2012.

Haftanın Öne Çıkan Kültür Politikası ve Yönetimi Haberi

13 Eylül 2011: Bütün Kitaplar Kutsaldır

Kutsal kitapların satışına getirilen KDV indirimi, yayıncılar arasında “Neden ilk sıra kutsal kitaplarda? Bütün kitaplar kutsaldır” tepkisi yarattı.

KPY’den Haftanın Duyuruları

Döviz Kazandırıcı Hizmet Ticaretinin Desteklenmesi Hakkında Tebliğ yayınladı

25 Haziran 2012 Tarihli ve 28334 Sayılı Resmî Gazete’de yayınlanarak yürürlüğe giren, “Döviz Kazandırıcı Hizmet Ticaretinin Desteklenmesi Hakkında Tebliğ (No: 2012/4)”, film sektörüne yönelik destek mekanizmaları içermekte. Tebliğin tam metnine ulaşmak için lütfen tıklayınız.

3. Uluslararası Çanakkale Bienali

3. Uluslararası Çanakkale Bienali, Kurgular ve Karşı Duruşlar 28 Eylül – 3 Kasım 2012 tarihleri arasında gerçekleşecek. Bienal programı ve katılımcılar hakkında daha fazla bilgi edinmek için, lütfen tıklayınız.

29 Eylül 2012: Toplantı: “Sanatta İfade Özgürlüğü ve Sansür”

Siyah Bant ve DEPO ortaklığıyla 29 Eylül 2012 tarihinde Cezayir Salon’da “Sanatta İfade Özgürlüğü ve Sansür” başlıklı bir toplantı gerçekleşecektir. Toplantının amacı Siyah Bant’ın yapmış olduğu ilk araştırmanın sonuçlarını paylaşmak ve değerlendirmek, sansürle mücadelede farklı deneyimleri tartışarak yeni stratejiler oluşturmak ve sonraki adımları belirlemektir. Toplantı programına ulaşmak ve ayrıntılı bilgi almak için lütfen tıklayınız.

Tandem: Kültür Yöneticileri Değişim Programı Antakya’da!”

“Tandem – Kültür Yöneticileri Değişim Programı”, Stiftung Mercator ve Avrupa Kültür Vakfı’nın desteği, MitOst, Anadolu Kültür ve İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi’nin girişimi ile Nisan 2011’de başladı. Aralık 2012’de tamamlanacak olan TANDEM, Türkiye ile Avrupa Birliği ülkeleri arasında kültür yöneticilerine yönelik uzun vadeli işbirliğini teşvik etme ve destekleme amacı taşıyor.

Türkiye’nin11 farklı şehrinden katılımcıların, Avrupa’nın 8 farklı ülkesi, 12 farklı şehrinden kültür yöneticileri ile birlikte çalışıp 16 ortak proje geliştirdiği bu programda, Antakya’dan da iki katılımcı bulunuyor. Antakya Güncel Sanat Derneği (AGÜSAD)’den Emrah Gökdemir’in Agata Miloch (To Pole – Krakow/Polonya) ve İm Atölyesi’nden Barış Onur Örs’ün Çağla İlk (Ballhaus Naunynstrasse /Berlin) ile yaptığı çalışmalar TANDEM kapsamında destekleniyor.

İki yıllık dönemin sonuna gelinen bu aylarda, TANDEM kapsamında farklı disiplinler ve temalarla geliştirilen projeler 28-30 Eylül 2012 tarihlerinde Antakya’da paylaşılıyor.

28 Eylül 2012 Cuma akşamı saat 21:00’da AGÜSAD’da gerçekleştilecek TANDEM söyleşisinin yanı sıra TANDEM projelerinin çıktılarından seçilerek oluşan sergiyi de Ritim Sanat Merkezi’nde Antakyalılarla paylaşılıcak. 29-30 Eylül tarihlerinde Ritim Sanat Merkezi’nde çocuklarla gerçekleştirilecek yaratıcı sanat atölyelerinin eğitmenliğini ise Fırat Bingöl üstleniyor.

28 Eylül  saat 17.00 ve 29 Eylül saat 16:00”da  Im Atölyesinde başlayacak olan  İm Atölyesi ve Ballhaus Naunynstrasse  tarafından gerçekleştirilecek “Sırtımdaki Ülke” “ayrılık” ile “kavuşma”nın iki şehri, Berlin ile Antakya arasındaki benzerliklerin peşindeki tiyatral bir soruşturma.

Konsept: Çağla İlk ve Barış Onur Örs

Oyuncular: Belkıs Abla, Rana Çuhadaroğlu, Mehmet Sakallı, Urszula Wozniak, Cemay Bey, Gisela Fahlbusch, Enis Işık, Eray Pekcan

Dramaturji: Sabine Ostermann, Paulina Papenfuss

Çalışma ekibi: Duygu Şahlar, Senem Çelikkol, Urszula Wozniak, Eray Pekcan, Yusuf Güven, Erden Yonar

AGÜSAD ve To Pole tarafında gerçekleştirilecek Bedesten kamusal alanda bir güncel sanat etkinliği.

Katılımcı sanatçılar: A77, Agata Bielska, Serdar Çolak, Volkan Eray, Emrah Gökdemir, Anna Jurys, Pawel Korbus, Erhan Kurtuluş, Melisa Kurtuluş, Agata Miloch, Kenan Nuraydın, Eray Pekcan, Maciej Polynko, Seda Sağbaş

TANDEM kapsamında geliştirilen ve uygulanan 16 kültürel işbirliği projesinin sergi ve dokümantasyonu 1-5 Kasım 2012 tarihleri arasında DEPO’da izleyici ile buluşacak.  

Facebook: ‘Tandem Turkey’ 

Haberlerin tamamı için:

Blog: http://bilgikpy.com/

Call for Papers: Communication and New Materialism

The aim of communication +1 is to promote new approaches to and open new horizons in the study of communication from an interdisciplinary perspective. We are particularly committed to promoting research that seeks to constitute new areas of inquiry and to explore new frontiers of theoretical activities linking the study of communication to both established and emerging research programs in the humanities, social sciences, and arts. Other than the commitment to rigorous scholarship, communication +1 sets no specific agenda. Its primary objective is to create is a space for thoughtful experiments and for communicating these experiments.
Given the recent emergence of new perspectives in critical theories, such as Object-Oriented Ontology, Speculative Realism, Alien Phenomenology, Flat Ontology, and associated research programs, this issue seeks to explore the implications of these perspectives for the study of communication and media. New Materialism is broadly used to include all the aforementioned as well as other related perspectives in the hope to be as inclusive as possible and to encourage diverse voices and analytic angles that focus on the forms and processes of mediation across different fields.
 
Please submit short proposals of no more than 500 words by December 7th, 2012 to communicationplusone@gmail.com.
 

Ayça İnce Presented at the Participation to Young Cultural Policy Researchers Forum

Ayçe İnce (Department of Cultural Management) presented her current research titled “Provision of Culture: Audience Development in İstanbul District Municipalities” at the Participation to Young Cultural Policy Researchers Forum, organized by Goldsmiths University of London and European Cultural Foundation between the dates, September 11-12, 2012.

İnce previously present her paper titled “New Social Networks and Creative Urban Cultures: The Case of Canakkale” at the Art International Summer School organized by the Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra in Portugal and “Isomorphism in the Provision of Culture: The Case of Istanbul District Municipalities and Their Cultural Centres” at the 7th International Conference on Cultural Policy and Research in Barcelona, Spain in July 2012.

The Past, the Present and the Future of Public Relations Activities in Turkish Health Care Sector

Bilgen Basal Pekin (Assistant Professor of Public Relations at the Department of Communication Management) presented her paper titled ‘The Past, The Present and the Future of PR activities in Turkish Health Care Sector’ at the International History of Public Relations Conference. The conference meetings were held at Bournemouth University in June 2012. The abstract of the presented study is as follows:

“Turkish health care industry deserves a special review having the world’s 13th and Europe’s 6th biggest pharmaceuticals market on turnover basis. It is expected to be one of the largest 10 markets with the market growth between 10% to 15% each year for the next decade. Turkey’s large and rapidly growing population, as well as increasing average life expectancy, increasing elderly population and low drug consumption offers significant growth opportunities. This exploratory study examines the historical development of public relations activities in Turkish health care sector before and after the proclamation of Turkish Republic in 1923 emphasizing the importance of folk medicine culture in Anatolia throughout the history. Findings reveal that creativity, sustainability, holistic and strategic thinking within the social and ethical boundaries are always the key for the success in a sensitive industry such as healthcare industry. Here, the objective is to generate a positive corporate image, increase awareness and maintain an overall corporate reputation rather than to increase the sales. It is found that Turkish public relations gain momentum in 1990s with the adoption of international media monitoring, measurement, professional and ethical standards. Hereafter, development of Turkish PR industry had been accelerated and we started hearing about corporate communication. Findings show that healthcare PR has started to understand the world with genomics and life engineering concepts and it has become scientific based and symptom elevated supporting the quality of life. Non-governmental organizations, internal communication and crisis management are other noteworthy issues. At the end of this study, ingredients of a new reputation formula are projected basing on the sydicated research results and the historical findings.”

Call for Papers: IJA Special Issue on Children and Advertising

The International Journal of Advertising invites authors to submit papers for publication consideration in a forthcoming special issue of IJA devoted to Children and Advertising. The primary goal of this special issue is to enhance current knowledge pertaining to the interface of advertising and children. Authors are strongly encouraged to submit interdisciplinary work that embraces theories and methods from diverse disciplines such as psychology, anthropology, sociology, marketing, mass communication, and media & broadcasting. Conceptual and/or empirical works are welcomed.

Topics suitable for consideration for the special issue include, but are not limited to:

  • children’s processing of advertising, attention to ads, persuasion attributable to ads
  • trends in regulation of advertising to children
  • cross-cultural assessments and comparisons regarding children and advertising
  • children’s understanding of advertising intent including new ad formats, e.g., advergames
  • parent-child interaction regarding advertising directed at children
  • effects of advertising on children’s behaviors and perceptions regarding products, spokespersons, etc.
  • depictions of family in advertising, reactions of children to these depictions
  • ability to distinguish between traditional/nontraditional advertising and programs
  • format and audio-visual techniques
  • children’s viewing patterns; effects of amount, placement and repetition of advertising
  • unintended consequences of advertising messages and portrayals
  • comparative analysis of regulatory and self-regulatory frameworks in different countries
  • scale development, research techniques, and measures pertinent to studying the interface of children and advertising
  • content analysis of ads targeting children
  • implications for advertising, advertisers, and business strategy
  • children and media literacy
  • the gamification of children’s communication
  • children and digital – opportunities and challenges
  • geo-marketing – how does this affect children?
  • advertising and marketing to children in emerging economies
  • can advertising help children’s wellbeing
  • how should advertisers respond to concern about the commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood
  • children accessing inappropriate advertising (e.g. alcohol, gambling, weight loss)

Submission information

Manuscripts should be submitted through the International Journal of Advertising’s regular review process while including a note that the paper is being submitted to the special issue

(www.editorialmanager.com/i-j-a).

The deadline for submission is 1 December 2012. Inquiries should be directed to the special issue editors:

Dr. Barbie Clarke, Managing Director, Family Kids and Youth, UK (barbie@kidsandyouth.com)
Les Carlson, PhD, University of Nebraska, USA (lcarlson3@unl.edu)

New publications by Kaan Varnalı

Kaan Varnalı (Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Department of Communication Management, Istanbul Bilgi University) authored the new book chapter titled ‘Mobile Social Networks: Communication & Marketing Perspectives’, published on Hersey: IGI Global’s comprehensive book ‘Strategy, Adoption and Competitive Advantage of Mobile Services in the Global Economy’. The book is edited by In Lee.

Varnalı’s forthcoming article ‘SMS Advertising: How Message Relevance is Linked to the Attitude toward the brand?” will be published by Journal of Marketing Communications and he also has a collaborative forthcoming study, co-authored with Prof. Cengiz Yılmaz and Prof. Ayşegül Toker, titled ‘Predictors of attitudinal and behavioral outcomes in mobile advertising: a field experiment’, which will be published on Journal of Marketing Communications.