Gender and Communication Section
The mission of the Gender and Communication Section is to foster and encourage any and all aspects of scholarship relating to the nexus of gender and communication. This Section aims to encourage the conduct and dissemination of research that uses gender as a primary thematic in work around media, culture and communication; to encourage and nurture younger scholars and those from developing countries interested in aspects of gender-media to participate in the academic community via attendance at conferences.
This Section's members are concerned to transcend the often artificial boundaries that give rise to divisions in the conduct of social science. They are committed to avoiding racial, ethnic, national, gender, ideological or philosophical descriptions. Because this Section is centrally concerned with how gender considerations and identities are reproduced and consumed through media production and consumption, members’ papers yield new insights into the way similarity and difference are experienced in the everyday lives of audiences.
- List of Section members
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IAMCR's Gender and Communication Section invites proposals that reflect the section's interest.
Conference theme: "Memory, Commemoration and Communication: Looking Back, Looking Forward"
See the conference key dates and deadlines: http://iamcr.org/leicester2016/keydates
The Gender and Communication Section invites submissions for its open session at this year’s IAMCR, to be held in Hyderabad, India from 15-19 July 2014.
The section seeks research that balances theory and practice, and explores the relationship between gender, media and communication.
The Gender and Communication Section seeks research which balances theory and practice, and explores the relationship between gender, media and communication in its panoply. In recent years sessions have covered topics such as advertising, audiences, the body, consumption, development, discrimination, elections, film, GMMP, HIV/AIDS, human rights, the Internet, journalism,...
The section seeks research which balances theory and practice, and explores the relationship between gender and communication, both mediated and non-mediated. In keeping with our philosophy of inclusivity, we welcome contributions without regard to...