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IAMCR 2016 - Leicester, UK
The theme of IAMCR's 2016 conference will be "Memory, Commemoration and Communication: Looking Back, Looking Forward". It will be held at the University of Leicester from July 27-31, 2016.
Advancing Media Production Research
"Advancing Media Production Research: Shifting Sites, Methods, and Politics". The second title in the "Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research" series.
IAMCR - AIECS - AIERI
IAMCR is the worldwide professional organisation in the field of media and communication research. Its members promote global inclusiveness and excellence within the best traditions of critical research in the field.
IAMCR 2016 - Leicester, UK
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Upload your full paper for IAMCR 2016 in Leicester, UK. Deadline for full paper submission is 30 June 2016.
Media and Gender
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IAMCR/UNESCO co-publication: "Media and Gender: A Scholarly Agenda for the Global Alliance on Media and Gender" - new directions for knowledge and action expanding women's communication rights.
IAMCR 2016 is underway in Leicester, UK and will continue until 31 July.
You can follow conference activities online via social media and streaming.
By Wayne Hope -
Join us FRIDAY, JULY 29th, 3:30pm, at the Palgrave Macmillan stand in "The Hub" at IAMCR 2016 in Leicester for the book launch of Time, Communication and Global Capitalism
Twenty Turkish communication and media scholars will be unable to attend the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), 27-31 July, in Leicester, UK, because on 20 July the government of Turkey imposed a ban on international travel for all academics associated with Turkish universities.
Edited by Benjamin Birkinbine, Rodrigo Gomez, and Janet Wasko -
Join us THURSDAY, JULY 28th, 3:30pm, at the Routledge booth at IAMCR 2016 in Leicester for the book launch of Global Media Giants
Hearts and Mines: The US Empire's Culture Industry
By Tanner Mirrlees - Building on and extending Herbert Schiller’s classic study of US Empire and communications, Mirrlees highlights the symbiotic geopolitical and economic relationships between the US state and media firms that drive the production of imperial culture.
Volume 4, Number 1 of The Political Economy of Communication has recently appeared. Guest editors Brett Caraway and Jessica Lapp focused the issue on Circuits of Struggle, the theme of the 2015 conference of the Union for Democratic Communications, an organization of communication researchers, academics, activists, journalists,...

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