General information
Ten minutes is reserved for each paper presentation. For those
sessions with discussants, 10 minutes is reserved for comments by these
persons. Between 5 and 10 minutes is available for general discussion,
depending on the time taken by authors presenting papers and
discussants. Meeting rooms are to be announced later.
 
Community Communication Program
The Community Communication and Alternative Media section focuses on media that originates, circulates and resonates from the sphere of civil society. Broadly defined, this is the field of communication that exists outside of the state and the market (often non-government and non-profit), yet which may interact with both.  We seek to advance...
In addition to research papers, the section welcomes the submission
of panel proposals on current issues and problems in the field. 
Applicants should submit a 500 word abstract that describes the topic
of their research and its significance, their theoretical framework,
and their methods.  Submissions in the author’s native language...
This report is an update on the activities that IAMCR President Robin Mansell has been directly involved in since the Taipei conference in July 2005 when the International Council of IAMCR last met.  It is meant to give members an sense of what initiatives are underway on various fronts.
 Download the report ... (1.26 MB)
General information
Ten minutes is reserved for each paper presentation. For those
sessions with discussants, 10 minutes is reserved for comments by these
persons. Between 5 and 10 minutes is available for general discussion,
depending on the time taken by authors presenting papers and
discussants. Meeting rooms are to be announced later.
 
Community Communication Program
The Community Communication and Alternative Media section focuses on media that originates, circulates and resonates from the sphere of civil society. Broadly defined, this is the field of communication that exists outside of the state and the market (often non-government and non-profit), yet which may interact with both.  We seek to advance...
In addition to research papers, the section welcomes the submission
of panel proposals on current issues and problems in the field. 
Applicants should submit a 500 word abstract that describes the topic
of their research and its significance, their theoretical framework,
and their methods.  Submissions in the author’s native language...
This report is an update on the activities that IAMCR President Robin Mansell has been directly involved in since the Taipei conference in July 2005 when the International Council of IAMCR last met.  It is meant to give members an sense of what initiatives are underway on various fronts.
 Download the report ... (1.26 MB)

IAMCR books

Edited by Sandra Ristovska and Monroe Price, this is the 8th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It includes scholarship on visual media and human rights alongside reflections by human rights practitioners.

Edited by Francisco Sierra and Tommaso Gravante, this is the 7th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It explores the impact of digital culture on politics, participation and social movements with original research about contemporary experiences in Latin America.

Members' books

By Sherry S. Yu.

Using case studies of Korean media in Vancouver and Los Angeles, this book examines the potential of an intercultural media system for culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse societies.

Edited by David Chandler and Christian Fuchs, this volume explores activism, research and critique in the age of big data capitalism.

Edited by Massimo Ragnedda and Bruce Mutsvairo, this volume examines the risks and opportunities of a digital society characterized by the increasing importance of knowledge and by the incessant rise and pervasiveness of information and communication technologies (ICTs).

Edited by Arezou Zalipour

This comprehensive collection addresses essential questions about migrant, multicultural and diasporic screen media, policies of representation, and the new aesthetic styles and production regimes emerging from New Zealand film and TV.