Books in this series grapple with the recurring issues facing practitioners, teachers, students, and scholars of media and communication activism. Titles address challenges to communication activism as well as emancipatory practices that build culturally resonant, richly networked, multi-faceted, movement communication systems. Core series themes include: the power structures of media and communication activism; rights in the framework of media and communication activism; outcomes, learning and sustainable futures in media and communication activism.
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Contact for informal enquiries before submission of statements of interest:
Claudia Magallanes Blanco: [email protected]
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Charlotte Ryan: [email protected]
By Julia Rone
November 25, 2020
The book explores the diffusion of protest against austerity and free trade agreements in the wave of contention that shook the EU following the 2008 economic crisis. It discusses how protests against austerity and free trade agreements manifested a wider discontent with the ...
By Charlotte Ryan, Karen Jeffreys
March 28, 2019
In this accessible introduction to communication activism, organizer Karen Jeffreys and sociologist Charlotte Ryan draw on more than two decades of ongoing collaboration, using the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless (RICH) as a case study. The book examines a community with shared values, ...