Communication, Class & Subaltern issues

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.

Communication, Class & Subaltern issues
Chair:
Rodrigo Gómez
García
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
1652
Neoliberal responsibilisation of the jobless: an intertextual analysis Kenyan newspapers' reporting of unemployment during the times of Covid-19.
David
Katiambo
Technical University of Kenya
1686
Algorithmic Surveillance, Vulnerable Bodies: Delivery Workers in Turkey during Covid-19 Crisis
Ergin
Bulut
Koç University
Adem
Yesilyurt
EHESS
1556
The Information Have-more: Understanding the Working Class in the Platformization of the Chinese Network Society
Luming
Zhao
Peking University
Ruifu
Lin
Peking University
WeiMing
YE
Peking University
2347
How does China's Capital Power Affect the Communication of Adapted Animation Work ——A Critical Case Study of the Animation Heaven Official's Blessing based on Political Economy of Communications Perspective
Yuking
NG
Tsinghua
Fiona Shimin
Fang
Institute of Tourism Studies
1528
Ciberactivism and Participatory Citizenship: New Urban Movements to Strengthen Democracy.
Francisco
Sierra Caballero
University of Seville
Francisco Javier
Moreno Gálvez
University of Seville
82
Political participation, digital media and social change: communication from a young citizen’s perspective
Cássia
Ayres
Lusófona University