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Title Media and Glocal Change. Rethinking Communication for Development
Author(s) Hemer, Oscar
Date 2005
Editor(s) Hemer, Oscar; Tufte, Thomas
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction The Challenge of the Glocal Oscar Hemer and Thomas Tufte I Globalization, Media and Culture Chapter 1 How can the Global be Local? Islam, the West and the globalisation of identity politics Thomas Hylland Eriksen Chapter 2 New Complexities of Transnational Media Cultures Kevin Robins and Asu Aksoy Chapter 3 Writing the World Oscar Hemer Communication and Social Change Chapter 4 Five Key Ideas: Coincidences and Challenges in Development Communication Silvio Waisbord Chapter 5 Participatory Communication – The New Paradigm? Jan Servaes & Patchanee Malikhao Chapter 6 Communication for Social Change Struggles for Visibility and Voice, Culture and Diversity Thomas Tufte Methodology Chapter 7 The Diffusion and Participatory Models: a comparative analysis Nancy Morris Chapter 8 Communication for Empowerment The practice of participatory communication in development Maria Celeste Cadiz Chapter 9 Entertainment-Education in Development Communication Between Marketing Behaviours and Empowering People Thomas Tufte II Mapping the Field Chapter 10 Media, Democracy and the Public Sphere James Deane Chapter 11 From NWICO to Global Governance of the Information Society Ulla Carlsson Chapter 12 Media Policy, Peace and State Reconstruction Tim Allen and Nicole Stremlau Chapter 13 Participatory and Cultural Challenges for Research and Practice in Health Communication Rafael Obregon and Mario Mosquera Chapter 14 Communication for Sustainable Development: applications and challenges Paolo Mefalopolos Chapter 15 Out of Focus: Gender Visibilities in Development Karin Gwinn Wilkins Chapter 16 The Information Society: Visions and Realities in Developing Countries Madanmohan Rao Chapter 17 Assessing ICT in development: a critical perspective Manne Granqvist Chapter 18 ‘We were nobody. We were nothing’: art, communications & ‘memories of underdevelopment’ Sarat Maharaj and Gilane Tawadros III Case Studies Chapter 19 Miners’ radio stations A unique communication experience from Bolivia Alfonzo Gumucio Dagron Chapter 20 The Citizen, Media and Social Change in Namibia Ullamaija Kivikuru Chapter 21 Missed Opportunities in Post-War Bosnia Kemal Kurspahic Chapter 22 Radio in Afghanistan: Socially Useful Communications in Wartime Gordon Adam Chapter 23 From the Sandinista Revolution to Telenovelas: The Case of Puntos de Encuentro Clemencia Rodriguez Chapter 24 Si Mchezo Magazine Community media making a difference Minou Fuglesang Chapter 25 Young Voices Travel Far: A case study of Scenarios from Africa Kate Winskell & Daniel Enger Chapter 26 Communication functions in an evolving context of rural development Ricardo Ramirez Chapter 27 Bridging Digital Divides: Lessons Learned from the Information Technology Initiatives of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh. Arvind Singhal, Peer Svenkerud, Prashant Malaviya, Everett M. Rogers and Vijay Krishna Chapter 28 Theatre for Development in Africa Chris Kamlongera Notes on the authors References
Publisher Clacso Books / NORDICOM
ISBN 987-1183-26-7
Pages 493
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Communication
Social Change
Humanities/Social Sciences
Development Studies
Note Textbook for Communication for Development, used at Malmö University, Roskilde University and several other academic institutions.Available online at
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