The Turkish organisation Academics for Peace has issued a call for international solidarity to support its members who are being charged with terror-related offenses for signing a 2016 petition calling for an end to curfews and military operations in the Kurdish region of Turkey.
Edited by Sergio Sparviero, Corinna Peil and Gabriele Balbi, this is the 6th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It explores different meanings of media convergence and deconvergence, and reconsiders them in critical and innovative ways.
Following each annual conference, IAMCR conducts an online survey of participants to evaluate how we did and to learn how to make future conferences better. A total of 1,256 participants were invited to complete the survey for the 2017 conference and 637 (51%) responded. Respondents came from 53 of the 67countries represented at the conference.
The Participatory Communication Research (PCR) section of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) successfully hosted a seminar, titled, Imagine Europe, on the 19th October 2017, in Roskilde, Denmark.
The Communication Policy & Technology Section has announced the winners of its Best Paper Award for Cartagena, 2017. This year the main award was presented to Ghalia Abu-Kaf, Amit M. Schejter and Muhammad Abu Jafar, and an emerging scholar award to Félix Tréguer.
In this page we are collecting links to videos, photos, articles and other information about the IAMCR 2017 conference in Cartagena, Colombia.
The Turkish organisation Academics for Peace has issued a call for international solidarity to support its members who are being charged with terror-related offenses for signing a 2016 petition calling for an end to curfews and military operations in the Kurdish region of Turkey.
Edited by Sergio Sparviero, Corinna Peil and Gabriele Balbi, this is the 6th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It explores different meanings of media convergence and deconvergence, and reconsiders them in critical and innovative ways.
Following each annual conference, IAMCR conducts an online survey of participants to evaluate how we did and to learn how to make future conferences better. A total of 1,256 participants were invited to complete the survey for the 2017 conference and 637 (51%) responded. Respondents came from 53 of the 67countries represented at the conference.
The Participatory Communication Research (PCR) section of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) successfully hosted a seminar, titled, Imagine Europe, on the 19th October 2017, in Roskilde, Denmark.
The Communication Policy & Technology Section has announced the winners of its Best Paper Award for Cartagena, 2017. This year the main award was presented to Ghalia Abu-Kaf, Amit M. Schejter and Muhammad Abu Jafar, and an emerging scholar award to Félix Tréguer.
In this page we are collecting links to videos, photos, articles and other information about the IAMCR 2017 conference in Cartagena, Colombia.

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 Tony Wilson, this book addresses academics and researchers in communication studies, marketing, psychology and social theory, as well as university methodology courses, recognising philosophy guides a discipline’s investigative insight.

By Natalie Khazaal

This groundbreaking book shows how the history of television in Lebanon is a history not merely of corporate technology but of a people and their continuing demand for responsive media, especially during times of civil unrest.

Edited by Tanja Dreher and Anshuman A. Mondal, this edited collection focuses on the ethics, politics and practices of responsiveness in the context of racism, inequality, difference and controversy.

A book about the Respublika! project,which was initiated and curated by Nico Carpentier and co-organised with NeMe and CCMC. The catalogue highlights the 18 Respublika! art projects, through project narratives, artist interviews and more than 200 photographs.