Abstracts (max 500 words) of research studies that are clearly related to the MuDD2019 themes and aims are solicited. Your abstract should be structured using the following headings:
(i) a statement of the theoretical and methodological frameworks used,
(ii) the empirical materials explored,
(iii) the research questions focused upon,
(iv) preliminary/final findings of the study, and
(v) how the study relates to the theme of the conference.
Papers will be selected following criteria of excellence and novelty. In addition, dimensions related to gender equality, balance between junior and senior researchers, and cultural diversity among participants will be aimed for. Author/s of accepted abstracts will be expected to make available a full-length draft of their research/studies for discussion at the first and second conference days of MuDD2019 (see deadline below). Selected papers will be considered for publication in the open access research report series of the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University.
Upon acceptance to the conference, participants will be able to receive a letter of invitation for visa purposes.
Content updated 2019-01-24