Communication and Democracy

Communication and Democracy: Useful Links

ECREA Communication and Democracy section webpage http://www.ecrea.eu/divisions/section/id/2
 
POLIS (joint initiative of LSE’s Department of Media and Communications and the London College of Communication) http://www.polismedia.org/home.aspx

call for post-doc applicant to apply for FSR fellowship at Saint Louis, Brussels

Saint-Louis University, Brussels (http://www.fusl.ac.be/sl/1058.html), is looking for a post-doc candidate who is interested in applying to the FSR Incoming Call for Post-Doc Fellowships (12-24 months).
 
More information about the FSR programme, including the 2014 call and the application form, can be found here: http://www.uclouvain.be/en-461.html
 

“Euro Crisis in the Press”: Call for Blog contributions

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The “LSE Eurocrisis in the Press” is a blog that comments on, deconstructs and compares public discourses on the Euro Crisis. The blog is an open forum for discussion and analyses, for sharing interesting facts, anecdotes and observations about narratives of the crisis, and, in particular its news coverage in different national contexts.

CFP: (Mis)understanding political participation Munich (Germany), 11-12 October 2013.

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Call for Papers: ECREA Conference.

(post-)doc positions for research on information-processing by political elites, participation, agenda-setting in Antwerp

The research group Media, Movements and Politics (M²P) within the department of Political Science at the University of Antwerp is looking for a number of doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to participate in research projects dealing with information-processing by political elites, with participation and representation, or with agenda-setting.

wIDER? wORLD? wEB? PAN-EUROPEAN FORUM ON MEDIA PLURALISM & NEW MEDIA

 
wIDER? wORLD? wEB? PAN-EUROPEAN FORUM ON MEDIA PLURALISM & NEW MEDIA
 
Wednesday 27 June 2012; European Parliament - Plenary Chamber, Brussels
 

Communication and Democracy: YECREA representative

My name is Tina Askanius and I am a doctoral candidate at the department of Communication and Media at Lund University, Sweden where I teach undergraduate courses on audience and reception studies as well as master courses on globalisation, media and identity. My research interest concerns social movement media, collective action, and contemporary forms of video practice in political activism.
 

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