IAMCR stands in solidarity with protests against the suspension of the trading license of the Lwin Oo Book Store in Myanmar for selling copies of a book, “Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide: Identity, History and Hate Speech”, that details the key role played by social media in spreading hate speech against the Rohingya in Myanmar.
IAMCR's Public Service Media Policies Working Group invites participants to an IAMCR 2022 pre-conference, 'Digital Governance and Transcultural Communications' to be held online on Friday, 8 July 2022 09:00 - 17:00 China time (01:00 - 09:00 UTC).
20 June, 2022 - The Journalism Research and Education Section sponsored a webinar / book launch to discuss several recently released or forthcoming books. Watch it at the IAMCR Webinars Channel on Vimeo.
The Gender and Communication Section has released its June 2022 newsletter including information about the upcoming conference IAMCR 2022, several calls for papers, events and publications that might be of interest to the section's members.
The Participatory Communication Research Section regularly issues newsletters with information of interest to its members. The June 2022 issue focuses on the upcoming conference IAMCR Beijing 2022, with information about submissions and a special session on China that the section is organising.
Volume 9, Number 2 of The Political Economy of Communication is now available. The peer-reviewed and open access journal is published under the auspices of the IAMCR Political Economy Section. The editors are seeking submissions from IAMCR members for Volume 10.
IAMCR stands in solidarity with protests against the suspension of the trading license of the Lwin Oo Book Store in Myanmar for selling copies of a book, “Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide: Identity, History and Hate Speech”, that details the key role played by social media in spreading hate speech against the Rohingya in Myanmar.
IAMCR's Public Service Media Policies Working Group invites participants to an IAMCR 2022 pre-conference, 'Digital Governance and Transcultural Communications' to be held online on Friday, 8 July 2022 09:00 - 17:00 China time (01:00 - 09:00 UTC).
20 June, 2022 - The Journalism Research and Education Section sponsored a webinar / book launch to discuss several recently released or forthcoming books. Watch it at the IAMCR Webinars Channel on Vimeo.
The Gender and Communication Section has released its June 2022 newsletter including information about the upcoming conference IAMCR 2022, several calls for papers, events and publications that might be of interest to the section's members.
The Participatory Communication Research Section regularly issues newsletters with information of interest to its members. The June 2022 issue focuses on the upcoming conference IAMCR Beijing 2022, with information about submissions and a special session on China that the section is organising.
Volume 9, Number 2 of The Political Economy of Communication is now available. The peer-reviewed and open access journal is published under the auspices of the IAMCR Political Economy Section. The editors are seeking submissions from IAMCR members for Volume 10.

IAMCR books

Media and the Dissemination of Fear

Edited by Nelson Ribeiro and Christian Schwarzenegger, this is the 17th title in the Palgrave/IAMCR book series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research.

The Transformation of the Media System in Turkey

By Eylem Yanardağoğlu, this is the 16th title in the Palgrave/IAMCR book series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. The volume focuses on the changes that the media system in Turkey went through since early 2000s.

Members' books

National Security Surveillance in Southern Africa

Using southern Africa as a backdrop, and its liberation history, Jane Duncan examines what an anti-capitalist perspective on intelligence and security powers could look like.

Indigenous African Popular Music Volumes 1 and 2

Edited by Abiodun Salawu and Israel A. Fadipe, the first volume explores the nature, philosophies and genres of indigenous African popular music, while the second volume examines how African indigenous popular music is deployed in democracy, politics and for social crusades by African artists.

The Routledge Companion to Radio and Podcast Studies

Edited by Mia Lindgren and Jason Loviglio, this book takes readers through a diverse range of essays examining the core questions and key debates surrounding radio practices, technologies, industries, policies, resources, histories, and relationships with audiences.

Dis/ability in Media, Law and History: Intersectional, Embodied AND Socially Constructed?

Edited by Micky Lee, Frank Rudy Cooper and Patricia Reeve, this book explores how being "disabled" originates in the physical world, social representations and rules, and historical power relations—the interplay of which render bodies "normal" or not.