Global culture is increasingly understood as not only the spread of ideas, meanings, and values across world space but also as the transmission of creativity or the phenomenon whereby something novel and helpful is created or designed such as innovative notions, inventive artworks, and enterprising solutions to longstanding managerial problems. The concept of global culture arose in the 1990s within the wider dialogue concerning economic, political, and technological globalization. Global culture combines such diverse subjects as: consumption; publishing on the Internet; popular culture; multimedia videogames; international travel; interactive cultural circulation; individualization; and spatially extended cultural relations beyond national borders such as entertainment, design, advertising, and art. Global culture is usually typified by the creative expansion of cultural and material relations, the creation of shared and contested standards and forms of knowledge, individual and collective identities, and rising interconnectedness among different peoples.

In partnership with following academic journals:

Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies

Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption,

Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation, and

Critical Perspectives on International Business

Important dates:
Deadline for submission of Abstracts: 18th July  2014 (between a 500-1000 words abstract).
Confirmation of acceptance of abstracts: 31st July  2014.
Deadline for submission of full paper: 30th September 2014 (5,000 to 8,000 words including references).

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