Participatory Communication Research Section
The work that is presented in the Participatory Communication Research Section is not based on any specific definition of participation. Rather, participation is a term used to refer to a number of social and planning processes occurring in many different places and in many different contexts. The Section addresses issues related to communication between community members and other stakeholders that are engaged in processes of social change. The sessions that the Section organizes at the IAMCR conferences are meant to work toward theoretical and methodological clarification. Therefore, both papers and statements discussing theoretical or methodological perspectives and/or documenting specific case studies are welcomed.
Topics cover a wide variety of issues that relate to research in relation to processes of communication that incorporate participation in an intrinsic way. This includes subjects and processes of democratisation, communication and information rights, ICTs for sustainable development, health communication, environmental communication, agricultural extension services, folk media and social movements, communication planning activities and interventions, national and cultural identities, community studies and the relationship between participation, empowerment and gender, community radio and participatory video production, non-formal participatory forms of education, participatory rapid appraisals, participatory action research, and so on.
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June 2019 PCR Section newsletter
1/ IAMCR 2019 CONFERENCE IN MADRID
2/ PCR GET-TOGETHER IN MADRID ON 8 JULY 2019
3/ PCR KEYNOTE TALK BY THOMAS TUFTE
This get-together will take place on Monday, 8 July 2019, in the Beer & Grill restaurant, at 18:45.
The address and website of the restaurant are:
Beer & Grill
Calle de almansa, 105 - 28040 Madrid
Kateřina is doing her PhD at Charles University in Prague, at the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism. She is also a Junior Research Executive at Nielsen Admosphere, a.s.