Journalism and Political Exclusion: Social Conditions of News
By Debra M. Clarke -
A critical analysis of how and why journalism can frustrate audiences and inhibit their capacity to be informed citizens.
Sanchari De, a research scholar at Jadavpur University in India, received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2015 in Montreal and present her paper Political Mobilization and the Network of Shared Cultural Connectivity: An Attempt to Locate The Shahbag Movement in Bangladesh beyond the Realm of Virtual Sphere to the Emerging Scholars Network.
IAMCR joins the international community in mourning the death of Wolfgang Donsbach, who passed away July 26, 2015.
Prof. Donsbach was a member of IAMCR’s International Council from 1992 through 2002, when he served as the head of the Sociology and Social Psychology Section. The section is now called Mediated Communication, Public Opinion and...
Brian Pindayi from Rusangu University in Zambia received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2015 in Montreal and present his work Press framing of the (2014-2015) Ebola crisis: A comparative case study of, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe to the Communication and HIV/AIDS Working Group.
IAMCR's Executive Board, with the approval of the International Council, established a Clearinghouse for Public Statements in July 2015. The Clearinghouse mission is to help with responding to and making public statements. Statements will be guided by, and restricted to, the IAMCR remit; they will focus on media/communication issues and reflect...
Rosemary Chikafa from the Department of English and Media Studies of the University of Zimbabwe received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2015 in Montreal and present her work Hegemony or Resistance? An African(a) womanist reading of Sembene’s Moolaade to the Gender and Communication Section.