IAMCR Community Communication Section
Research
Education
Global

Thematic Areas

Physical (cables, wires, spectrum)
Broadcast, Internet
Community/Citizens
Access, Inclusion and Participation, Diversity and Pluralism, Information, Communication and Expression Rights, Social Justice & Democracy
Content, Governance, Uses
Culture, Development
Specific Themes: 
Minority Communities
Specific Themes: 
Empowerment
Specific Themes: 
Community Radio

Mission

The Community Communication Section focuses on communication that originates, circulates and resonates with communities, broadly defined. It seeks to advance research on the objectives, practices and dynamics of community communication expressed across all types of media and symbol systems and formed around locality, politics, socio-economics, language, ethnicity, gender, or other interests and intersections. This Section welcomes both theoretical and applied research, as well as research conducted at both micro and macro levels of analysis.

Created by: Jocelyn Harrington