Creating Publics: Polarization, Protest, and the Media in India and Ethiopia

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

The papers in this panel engage with the creation
of publics in the context of social protest and social movements,
elections, and in intercultural communication.

Creating Publics: Polarization, Protest, and the Media in India and Ethiopia
Chair:
Steph
Hill
Ryerson University
1729
Communicating Protest 2020-21: Trolley Times a Movement Newspaper of the Farmers’ Protest in India
Nisha
Singh
University of Hyderabad
2321
Exploring the Tactical Repertoire of a Social Movement Organisation: A Case Study of ‘Penkoottu’ Women’s Movement in Kerala
Anila
Backer A P
Doctoral student at Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad
494
Polarization in Indian Elections 2019: Study of Public Discourse on Twitter
Narayanamoorthy
Nanditha
York University
1311
Social media use, Intercultural adaptation and Covid-19: a case study of African students in China
Yue
Yuan
Institute of Communication Studies, Communication University of China.