Nordicom Review: Jubilee Issue 2009

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Publicerad: 
22 jun 2009
ISSN: 
2001-5119
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228
150,00 kr

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Innehåll

Annabelle Sreberny

Introduction

Vandana Shiva

Opening Address: Food Meets Media

Plenary I. Media and Global Divide

Robin Mansell

Media and Gobal Divides. An Introduction

Annabelle Sreberny

Maps and Mandalas, Division and Multiplication. Media and Global Divides

Jan Nederveen Pieterse Nederveen Pieterse

Representing the Rise of the Rest as Threat. Media and Global Divides

Plenary II. International Panel on Global Divides

Lilie Chouliaraki

Global Divides in Transnational Media. Managing the Visibility of Suffering

Yuezhi Zhao

Communication, the Nexus of Class and Nation, and Global Divides. Reflections on China’s Post-Revolutionary Experiences

Silvio Waisbord

Bridging the Divide between the Press and Civic Society. Civic Media Advocacy as “Media Movement” in Latin America

Amin Alhassan

Telescopic Philanthropy, Emancipation and Development Communication Theory

Plenary III. Nordic Panel on Global Divides

Yudhishthir Raj Isar

Unpacking Cultural Divides

Inka Salovaara-Moring

Dead Ground. Fallacies of Understanding Global Divides, Policy-Making and Communication

Elisabeth Eide

Global Divides and Transnational Media Literacy

Anna Roosvall

Global Divides in Cosmographic Genres. Charity, Solidarity and Different Explanations of Difference

Thomas Tufte

Media and the Global Divide. A Bottom-up and Citizen Perspective

Open Seminar. African Media Research

Ullamaija Kivikuru

From an Echo of the West to a Voice of Its Own? Sub-Saharan African Research under the Loophole

Guy Berger

The Poverty of Journalism and the Politics of Reporting Poverty Statistics in South Africa

George W. Lugalambi

Building an Agenda for Media and Communication Research in Africa

James Halloran Memorial Lecture

Cees J. Hamelink

Conversations with my Robot

The Authors