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Communication for Social Change
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Communication for Social Change
Context, Social Movements and the Digital

First Edition
  • Pradip Ninan Thomas - Associate Professor, School of Communication and Arts (SCA), University of Queensland


December 2018 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Communication for Social Change: Context, Social Movements and the Digital is a critical introduction to communication for social change (CSC) theory. The book presents refreshingly new perspectives and specifically makes the case for CSC theory to factor in context, leanings from social movements and a critique of the digital technology. This book offers perspectives on the historical continuities within this field of study along with the departures that have been hastened and shaped by confluences between ideas and practice as well as by digital technology and social movements. It introduces readers to a raft of new theorists of CSC and puts forth new thinking, new ideas, and a new basis for theorisation of communication for social change.
 
Acknowledgements
 
Communication for Social Change: An Extended Introduction and Critique
 
Section 1: Dealing with Context
 
Accounting for Context in Communication for Social Change
 
Anti-Context: Infrastructure Struggles in India: Between Maoism and the State
 
Section 2: What Can CSC Theory Learn from Social Movements
 
Social Movements, Communications and Social Change: An Introduction
 
Learning from a Social Movement: The Case of the Right to Information Movement
 
Section 3: Digital Interventions in Social Change: Opportunities and Challenges
 
Digital Humanitarianism: Challenges and Opportunities
 
Contemporary Digital Alternatives: Community Informatics, The Case of Telecomunicaciones Indigenas Communitarias and the Information Commons
 
Making the Digital Count: E-Government, Public Sector Software and Social Change
 
The Other Side of the Digital: E-Waste
 
Index

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