By the time the February 8 deadline was over, IAMCR 2019 had received a record-breaking 3,700 abstracts from authors in 104 different countries. An impressive vote of confidence in the work of IAMCR and the Local Organising Committee at the Complutense University.
ParticipAD – Participatory advertising: A global perspective with a Latin American focus - Edited by Ana Duarte Melo & Marcela Duque, this book arose from a pre-conference event held in Bogota prior to IAMCR’s 2017 Cartagena Conference. With contributions from researchers, advertising professionals and activists. Free eBook download is...
Applications are now being received for the 2019 IAMCR New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship. Initiated by IAMCR and awarded in collaboration with the International Environmental Communication Association, the award seeks to encourage researchers to think creatively about climate communication research.
Naturally, most proposals submitted to the 2019 IAMCR conference talk about "media" and "communication". Zoom in on this wordcloud of titles of proposals submitted to see the next 400 most common words. Friday, Feb. 8 was the last day to submit.
This is the first in a series of “Madrid Updates” that we will be sending to current and former IAMCR members, people who have submitted papers to IAMCR 2019, and posting on the website. We hope you find it useful and informative.
The 2019 Urban Communication Research Grant is worth $1,750 and supports communication and media research that advances understanding of the growing complexity of the urban environment. The grant is open to all IAMCR members in good standing.
By the time the February 8 deadline was over, IAMCR 2019 had received a record-breaking 3,700 abstracts from authors in 104 different countries. An impressive vote of confidence in the work of IAMCR and the Local Organising Committee at the Complutense University.
ParticipAD – Participatory advertising: A global perspective with a Latin American focus - Edited by Ana Duarte Melo & Marcela Duque, this book arose from a pre-conference event held in Bogota prior to IAMCR’s 2017 Cartagena Conference. With contributions from researchers, advertising professionals and activists. Free eBook download is...
Applications are now being received for the 2019 IAMCR New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship. Initiated by IAMCR and awarded in collaboration with the International Environmental Communication Association, the award seeks to encourage researchers to think creatively about climate communication research.
Naturally, most proposals submitted to the 2019 IAMCR conference talk about "media" and "communication". Zoom in on this wordcloud of titles of proposals submitted to see the next 400 most common words. Friday, Feb. 8 was the last day to submit.
This is the first in a series of “Madrid Updates” that we will be sending to current and former IAMCR members, people who have submitted papers to IAMCR 2019, and posting on the website. We hope you find it useful and informative.
The 2019 Urban Communication Research Grant is worth $1,750 and supports communication and media research that advances understanding of the growing complexity of the urban environment. The grant is open to all IAMCR members in good standing.

IAMCR books

Edited by Jessica Retis and Roza Tsagarousianou, 2019

This innovative and timely book helps readers to understand diasporic cultures and their impact on the globalized world.

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.

Members' books

Edited by Anastasia Veneti, Daniel Jackson, and Darren G. Lilleker, this book offers a theoretically driven, empirically grounded survey of the role visual communication plays in political culture.

By Grady Walker, this book explores the relationship between the generation of subjective knowledge through storytelling and analysis, and systemic change.

Edited by Thomas Hanitzsch, Folker Hanusch, Jyotika Ramaprasad, and Arnold S. de Beer, this book offers a groundbreaking analysis of the different ways journalists perceive their duties, their relationship to society and government, and the nature and meaning of their work.

By Emiliano Treré, this book is an extensive investigation of the complexities, ambiguities and shortcomings of contemporary digital activism.