PROCEEDING The 1st International Conference on Culture, Arts and Humanities (ICCAH): Culture and Global Changes for Better Human Life

Authors

Handoko Handoko
Universitas Andalas
Diah Tyahaya Iman
Universitas Andalas

Synopsis

Globalization has a vast concept. Some people see globalization as the homogenization of culture. Thus,    to  understand  globalization  one  must  re-understand  the  world  and  how  culture,  diversity, politics,  ethnicity,  race,  and  homogeneity  are  manifested.  Some  see  globalization  as  the  ever changing  of  technology,  economy,  media,  and  ideology  through  the  movement  of  people  over cultural and national boundaries.  Some restrict it as an exclusively economic phenomenon while others believe it also has social, cultural and political effects. 

English  Department,  Universitas  Andalas,  in  collaboration  with  University  of  Social  Science  and Humanities, Vietnam, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, and University of Malaya,  Malaysia,   is organizing an international conference to bring together scholars, researchers and students to share their research results and ideas on how social and cultural changes in the world, particularly in Asian Countries,  has brought implication on the way human being see the world, their self, and others. 

This  conference  is  open  for  academic  and  non-academic  speakers,  including,  government agencies/institutions,  NGOs,  researchers,  and  students  (Doctorate,  Master,  and  Bachelor  Degree) including  issues:  Language,  Linguistics,  Applied  Linguistics  (Translation,  Language  Teaching, Language  Testing,  Second  Language  Acquisition,  BIPA),  Literature,  Music  and  Performance Studies, Education (Character Building, Literacy), History, Heritage and Archeology, Sociology and Human development (Matrilineal Communities, Migration, Gender and Identity, Religion), Media and Journalism. 

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Co-publisher's ISBN-13 (24)
978-602-50060-3-6
doi
10.25077/car.27.25