IAMCR is pleased to announce that the 2022 award in memory of Herbert I. Schiller will be awarded to Siyuan Yin (Simon Fraser University) for her paper titled: "Situating Platform Gig Economy in the Formal Subsumption of Reproductive Labor: Transnational Migrant Domestic Workers and the Continuum of Exploitation and Precarity".
IAMCR is pleased to announce that the 2022 Climate Communication Award will be awarded to Gabi Mocatta (Deakin University & University of Tasmania) and Chloe Lucas (University of Tasmania) for their project: "Curious Climate Interactive", with an Honourable mention to Shravan Regret Iyer.
IAMCR is pleased to announce that the 2022 Urban Communication Research Grant will be awarded to Dishha Medhavi and Kulveen Trehan (Guru Gobind Singh University, New Delhi) for their project "Street art for COVID-19 preparedness and response among Urban Poor of New Delhi in India".
The Political Communication Research Section issued its second newsletter including information and updates about upcoming conferences, calls for papers and latest publications, as well as relevant details about IAMCR 2022.
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).
IAMCR is pleased to announce that the 2022 award in memory of Herbert I. Schiller will be awarded to Siyuan Yin (Simon Fraser University) for her paper titled: "Situating Platform Gig Economy in the Formal Subsumption of Reproductive Labor: Transnational Migrant Domestic Workers and the Continuum of Exploitation and Precarity".
IAMCR is pleased to announce that the 2022 Climate Communication Award will be awarded to Gabi Mocatta (Deakin University & University of Tasmania) and Chloe Lucas (University of Tasmania) for their project: "Curious Climate Interactive", with an Honourable mention to Shravan Regret Iyer.
IAMCR is pleased to announce that the 2022 Urban Communication Research Grant will be awarded to Dishha Medhavi and Kulveen Trehan (Guru Gobind Singh University, New Delhi) for their project "Street art for COVID-19 preparedness and response among Urban Poor of New Delhi in India".
The Political Communication Research Section issued its second newsletter including information and updates about upcoming conferences, calls for papers and latest publications, as well as relevant details about IAMCR 2022.
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).

IAMCR books

Media Governance: A Cosmopolitan Critique

Edited by Sarah Anne Ganter and Hanan Badr, Media Governance: A Cosmopolitan Critique is the 19th title in the Palgrave/IAMCR book series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. The book offers a critical map to navigate the field of media governance.

Communicology of the South

Edited by Carlos F. Del Valle Rojas and Francisco Sierra Caballero, this is the 18th title in the Palgrave/IAMCR book series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. The book explores how communication confronts power, property and the market in Latin American cultures.

Members' books

Creating Chaos Online

By Asta Zelenkauskaite, this open access book argues that affect-instilled arguments used in public deliberation in times of uncertainty, along with whataboutism constitute a playbook for chaos online. 

The Algorithmic Distribution of News

Edited by James Meese and Sara Bannerman, this volume explores how governments, policymakers and newsrooms have responded to the algorithmic distribution of the news. 

Environment, Media, and Popular Culture in Southeast Asia

Edited by Jason Paolo Telles, John Charles Ryan and Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach, this book addresses the increasingly important subject of ecomedia by critically examining the interconnections between environment, ecology, media forms, and popular culture in the Southeast Asian region.

Manufacturing Government Communication on Covid-19

Edited by Philippe J. Maarek, this book presents a comparative perspective on different government communication strategies to COVID-19 around the globe.