Members' books

In this section we announce recently published books by IAMCR members to the IAMCR community. If you are a member of IAMCR and would like to have your recent book listed, send us a message...

Published by UNESCO in collaboration with IAMCR and the Global Alliance for Media and Gender, "Setting the Gender Agenda for Communication Policy: New proposals from the Global Alliance on Media and Gender" was launched at the recent IAMCR conference in Madrid.
Edited by Lisa Brooten, Jane Madlyn McElhone and Gayathry Venkiteswaran, this is the first volume to overview the country’s contemporary media landscape, providing a critical assessment of the sector during the complex and controversial political transition.
Edited by Joshua D. Atkinson and Linda Kenix, this book demonstrates the rising role that alternative media play in contemporary mainstream political communication.

Edited by Bruce Mutsvairo and Massimo Ragnedda.
Experiences from various locations in several sub-Saharan African countries have been carefully selected in this collection with the aim of providing an updated account on the digital divide and its impact in Africa.
By Ilhem Allagui, this book explores the evolution of advertising practices, audiences, digital media and communication technologies in increasingly complex MENA environments
Edited by Indrek Ibrus, this book combines economic studies of innovation systems with studies of mediatisation, media convergence, trans- and cross-media and with other approaches within media and culture studies.
Edited by Leen Van Brussel, Nico Carpentier and Benjamin de Cleen, this volume gathers the work of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group, a group of critical media and communication scholars that deploy discourse theory as a theoretical backbone and an analytical research perspective.
Edited by Hugo Aznar, Marta Pérez Gabaldón, Elvira Alonso y Aurora Edo
- These two volumes open a debate on public participation and the access and accessibility of media, in the different forms and dimensions they can adopt. (en español)
Edited by Josef Trappel, this book revisits old and new media and communication inequalities in times of digital transition.