The Public Service Media Policies Working Group recently issued a newsletter with information of interest to its members, including recent publications, the IAMCR 2020 online conference and forthcoming events.
A special issue of Interactions Journal that originated from a post-conference held at the 2018 annual conference of IAMCR held in Eugene, Oregon is now available. The issue is guest-edited by Alessandro D’Arma and Yik Chan Chin (chairs of the PSM Working Group), and Minna Horowitz (International Network of PSM Experts).
The Participatory Communication Research Section (PCR) regularly issues newsletters with information of interest to its members. The July newsletter includes information about the newly elected section head and an early balance of IAMCR 2020 online conference. Read it here.
August 3 – 7, 2020 - Co-organised by Uma Shankar Pandey, IAMCR's ambassador in India, and Adamas University Kolkata, the IAMCR-India webinar series on Media and Communication Research featured five keynote speakers throughout the week. Watch the webinar series here.
By Cees J. Hamelink, this book provides a robust conceptualization of peace. From the Palgrave/IAMCR series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research.
IAMCR strongly opposes the Australian Federal Government’s decision to increase university fees for communications and media studies degrees, and for humanities, arts, and social science students more generally, while cutting the cost of degrees in science, technology engineering and math-related subjects.
The Public Service Media Policies Working Group recently issued a newsletter with information of interest to its members, including recent publications, the IAMCR 2020 online conference and forthcoming events.
A special issue of Interactions Journal that originated from a post-conference held at the 2018 annual conference of IAMCR held in Eugene, Oregon is now available. The issue is guest-edited by Alessandro D’Arma and Yik Chan Chin (chairs of the PSM Working Group), and Minna Horowitz (International Network of PSM Experts).
The Participatory Communication Research Section (PCR) regularly issues newsletters with information of interest to its members. The July newsletter includes information about the newly elected section head and an early balance of IAMCR 2020 online conference. Read it here.
August 3 – 7, 2020 - Co-organised by Uma Shankar Pandey, IAMCR's ambassador in India, and Adamas University Kolkata, the IAMCR-India webinar series on Media and Communication Research featured five keynote speakers throughout the week. Watch the webinar series here.
By Cees J. Hamelink, this book provides a robust conceptualization of peace. From the Palgrave/IAMCR series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research.
IAMCR strongly opposes the Australian Federal Government’s decision to increase university fees for communications and media studies degrees, and for humanities, arts, and social science students more generally, while cutting the cost of degrees in science, technology engineering and math-related subjects.

IAMCR books

Media Activist Research Ethics

Edited by Sandra Jeppesen and Paola Sartoretto, Media Activist Research Ethics maps complex ethical dilemmas in social justice research practices in media and communication. From the IAMCR/Palgrave series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research.

The Handbook of Media Education Research

The Handbook of Media Education Research is the newest title in the series "Global Handbooks in Media and Communications", co-published by IAMCR and Wiley-Blackwell. The timely book examines the history and future of media education in various international contexts.

Members' books

L’Europe au défi des populismes nationaux

Edited by Philippe J. Maarek and Nicolas Pélissier, this book highlights the following paradox: if Europe seems to be crossed by powerful centrifugal forces, a European voter takes shape.

Constructing Hegemony: The South African Commercial Media and the (Mis)Representation of Nationalisation

By Mandla J. Radebe, this book provides a Marxist critique of the representation of the nationalisation of the mines debate by the South African commercial media.

Parenting for a Digital Future: How Hopes and Fears about Technology Shape Children's Lives

By Sonia Livingstone and Alicia Blum-Ross, this book moves beyond the panicky headlines to offer a deeply researched exploration of what it means to parent in a period of significant social and technological change.

Enhancing Digital Equity

By Massimo Ragnedda, this book highlights how, in principle, digital technologies present an opportunity to reduce social disparities, tackle social exclusion, enhance social and civil rights, and promote equity.