This one-day virtual symposium focuses upon the specific non-Western context of digital political communication and women. While much research has been undertaken and published upon the use and impact of social media, largely by male politicians and policymakers in the West, there has been a paucity of similar investigations elsewhere in the world.
IAMCR invites proposals for papers and panels for IAMCR2022, to be held online from 11 to 15 July, 2022, with a national hub at Tsinghua University in Beijing and other events in China, online, and around the world. The deadline for submission of proposals is 9 February 2022, at 23.59 UTC.
The Participatory Communication Research Section regularly issues newsletters with information of interest to its members. The December issue includes an announcement about the section´s change in composition and the recently launched call for papers for IAMCR 2022.
IAMCR stands in solidarity with workers at Brazil’s national public service broadcaster, the Empresa Brasil de Comunicação (EBC), in its fight to safeguard the Brazilian people’s right to public broadcasting.
IAMCR invites the submission of proposals for papers and panels for IAMCR 2022, which will be held online from 11 to 15 July 2022. The conference will also have a national hub at Tsinghua University in Beijing. The deadline for submission of proposals is 9 February 2022, at 23.59 UTC.
18-19 November, 2021 - IAMCR co-sponsored the 13th International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications 2021" organised by the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, featuring six rounds of thematic sessions, 28 sessions with nine special panel sessions and two plenary sessions.
This one-day virtual symposium focuses upon the specific non-Western context of digital political communication and women. While much research has been undertaken and published upon the use and impact of social media, largely by male politicians and policymakers in the West, there has been a paucity of similar investigations elsewhere in the world.
IAMCR invites proposals for papers and panels for IAMCR2022, to be held online from 11 to 15 July, 2022, with a national hub at Tsinghua University in Beijing and other events in China, online, and around the world. The deadline for submission of proposals is 9 February 2022, at 23.59 UTC.
The Participatory Communication Research Section regularly issues newsletters with information of interest to its members. The December issue includes an announcement about the section´s change in composition and the recently launched call for papers for IAMCR 2022.
IAMCR stands in solidarity with workers at Brazil’s national public service broadcaster, the Empresa Brasil de Comunicação (EBC), in its fight to safeguard the Brazilian people’s right to public broadcasting.
IAMCR invites the submission of proposals for papers and panels for IAMCR 2022, which will be held online from 11 to 15 July 2022. The conference will also have a national hub at Tsinghua University in Beijing. The deadline for submission of proposals is 9 February 2022, at 23.59 UTC.
18-19 November, 2021 - IAMCR co-sponsored the 13th International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications 2021" organised by the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, featuring six rounds of thematic sessions, 28 sessions with nine special panel sessions and two plenary sessions.

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.