IAMCR co-sponsored What is Media?, a conference organised by the University of Oregon that addressed questions such as: What is media today? How is media studies defined? How have media technologies transformed media theory and practice? What are the futures of media and how are they evolving?
IAMCR is co-sponsoring Knowledge is key: the contribution of research to securing the safety of journalism, a UNESCO Research Conference on Safety of Journalists to be held on 3-4 May 2016 in connection with World Press Freedom Day in Helsinki, Finland.
English translation of title: "The 2014 European Elections Political Communication: For or against Europe?"
Edited by Philippe J. Maarek -
Le présent ouvrage montre que la communication politique des partis antigouvernementaux, d’une violence inhabituelle envers l’Union Européenne, a fortement influé sur l’agenda politique ultérieur.
Olesya Venger, winner of the 2015 Urban Communication Research Grant, will present the results of her research during a special session at IAMCR 2016. Her paper, Spatiality of sexual marketing in Las Vegas: Fun, surveillance, and illusion of "sin" on the Strip, grew out of research that sought "to investigate how the promotion of sexual...
By Esther Chin and Stephen Thomas - This book explores how we define our social spaces in a world of globalization, cultural diversity, and media convergence.
In conjunction with IAMCR 2016, to be held in Leicester, UK from 27-31 July, IAMCR is offering a number of grants and awards. They include 26 travel grants, the Herbert Schiller Award, the Urban Communication Research Grant, and a Climate Change Communication Research award.