Atma Jaya









6th ICCOMAC – 2021

in collaboration with HIDESI 2021 Conference 


Managing Issues in Human Communication Today




It is difficult for organizations to anticipate and keep in front of the changes they encounter. What worked during the recent Industry 4.0 may no longer be relevant in this evolving 21st century. What worked ten years ago may likely have evolved into something different. A sense of urgency, a fast pace, inconsistency, information overload, regenerating technology, and constant change characterize the dynamic changes as organizations move from operating in the industrial age to the information age. A few years ago, we were dependent on CDs, DVDs, and palm pilots, and now we don’t use many of those technologies. There are four elements of the changing landscape for organizations (Paynton and Hahn, 2019):

1) Organizations are becoming more global,

2) Images and identity are becoming increasingly important,

3) There is a shift to a more predominant service economy, and

4) The changing workforce is highlighted by the “disposable worker”, downsizing, early retirement, and temporary workers.


As a result, new directions of research are emerging. These changes are forcing those of us in organizational communication to reexamine existing communicative practices relative to the changing dynamics of organizations. For example, can a person lead without any personal, face-to-face contact? How do organizational values impact ethics, and what is the attitude towards ethical communication in this increasingly competitive age? How should work-life issues such as working parents, affirmative action, and drug screening be handled? With increasing diversity in the workplace, what is the role of intercultural communication? In this age of elevated tensions, how do stress and emotions communicatively manifest themselves in the workplace? What is the impact of our social media postings on our work lives?


One of the greatest challenges facing organizations is the practice of ethics. Ethics are a basic code of conduct (morals) that individuals and groups use to assess whether something is right or wrong. Thus, it is very timely that this year’s conference is in collaboration with HIDESI – Himpunan Dosen Etika Seluruh Indonesia, the association for Indonesia ethics lectures, as it plans for a conference on [Media] Ethics.


The combination of issues facing organizations and ethics to be considered in defining the communication today provides a profound reason to collaborate.


Theme:  Managing Issues in Human Communication Today


Venue: the conference will be held through a virtual conference


1. Provide updated research and enhanced practice in the field of marketing and corporate communication, as well as media on providing solutions in today’s communication issues.
2. Understand how communication fields are affected by current changes due to various issues such as pandemic, crisis, and technology to manage presence, trust, and credibility.
3. Conduct discussions on how have organizations and media been affected by these innovations, and what has shifted regarding ethics and corporate values.


Plenary Session:   

Speakers are being sought for the event, focusing on the four sub-themes on Corporate and Marketing Communication, Media, and ethics.


Parallel Session


A.  Paper Topics:

The 6th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communication is the locus for scholars, educators, and practitioners seeking to promote and advance knowledge in the field of Corporate and Marketing Communication, Media, and Ethics. The topics can be on the following topics.


a.     Corporate Communication

b.     Marketing Communication

c.     Media

d.     Ethics


B.  Deadline Date:


  • Abstract Submission Deadline:                                        September 19, 2021            
  • Notification of Abstract Acceptance:                                 October 8, 2021
  • Final registration:                                                              October 25, 2021
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline:                                      November 28, 2021


Submit your abstract to:


C. Contributions


This conference will consider both theoretical and empirical papers, working papers, and extended abstracts for review, and ideas for special session proposals will be welcomed.


Prizes will be awarded for the best competitive paper in four categories (corporate communication, marketing communication, media, and ethics) as judged by a panel of experts.


The best competitive papers will receive automatic acceptance in Atma Jaya’s InterAct - Journal of Communication (accredited Sinta 4 and subject to requested editorial changes), and other papers will be selected for the following journals: Bricolage: Jurnal Magister Ilmu Komunikasi (accredited Sinta 3), Scriptura (accredited Sinta 4), and Aspiration (accreditation in process).


Registration Fee
Paper Presenter IDR 700.000 (50 USD)
Early bird special by October 10: IDR 500.000 (35 USD)

Undergraduate/Postgraduate Students (with identification): IDR 250.000 (15 USD)

Early bird special by October 1: IDR 150,000 (10 USD)
Public: IDR 250.000 (15 USD), early bird special by October 1 is IDR 200,000 (12 USD)


Transfer to

Fransisca Hartati Pratiwi.FIABIKOM

Bank Mandiri

#102 000 7540021


Contact Details

Contact the committee:

Secretariat :  email


Chairman: Nia Sarinastiti




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