A new special issue of the Canadian Journal of Communication is now published. The magazine addresses issues related to activism and communication scholarship in Canada. It also includes some interviews, commentaries and reviews.
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Claiming Space for Square Pegs: Community-Engaged Communication Scholarship and Faculty Assessment Policies by Patricia W. Elliot
“Engaging Class Struggles”: Preparing Students for the “Real World” by Teaching “Activist” Cultural Production in the Classroom by Herbert Pimlot
This Is Contract Faculty Time by Bob Hanke
Contemplation as Educational Activism within Communication by Ajit Pyati
Citizen Involvement during the CRTC’s Let’s Talk TV Consultation by Mary Elizabeth Luka and Catherine Middleton
Social Innovation Partnerships: An Opportunity for Critical, Activist Scholarship by Karen Louise Smith
The Audience “Talking Back”: Alan M. Thomas’ Educational Television Experiment in Democratic Decision Making by Errol Salamon
The journal is available here.
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