Towards a Renaissance in Communication for Social Change Redefining the discipline and practice in the post ‘Arab Spring’ era

Thomas Tufte

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Resumé

Worldwide, we have experienced a resurgence in practices of bottom-up communication for social change, a plethora of agency in which voice, citizenship and collective action have centre stage as core values, principles and practices. This resurgence sparks a series of questions; How are these new calls for social change and their principles and communicative practices influencing and informing the thinking and practice of institutionalized communication for development and social change? And what are the underlying conceptual differences in the notions of action, participation and social change which inform the new generation of social movements, on one side, and the established field of communication for social change, on the other? These are the questions that drive this chapter.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelSpeaking Up and Talking Back? : Media, Empowerment and Civic Engagement of African Youth
RedaktørerThomas Tufte, Norbert Wildermuth, Anne Sofie Hansen-Skovmoes, Winnie Mitutallah
Udgivelses stedGothenburg
ForlagNordicom
Publikationsdatofeb. 2013
Sider19-37
KapitelPart 1
ISBN (Trykt)9789186523558
StatusUdgivet - feb. 2013
NavnInternational Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media. Yearbook
ISSN1651-6028

Bibliografisk note

Yearbook 2012/2013 of The International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media

Citer dette

Tufte, T. (2013). Towards a Renaissance in Communication for Social Change Redefining the discipline and practice in the post ‘Arab Spring’ era. I T. Tufte, N. Wildermuth, A. S. Hansen-Skovmoes, & W. M. (red.), Speaking Up and Talking Back? : Media, Empowerment and Civic Engagement of African Youth (s. 19-37). Gothenburg: Nordicom. International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media. Yearbook
Tufte, Thomas. / Towards a Renaissance in Communication for Social Change Redefining the discipline and practice in the post ‘Arab Spring’ era. Speaking Up and Talking Back? : Media, Empowerment and Civic Engagement of African Youth. red. / Thomas Tufte ; Norbert Wildermuth ; Anne Sofie Hansen-Skovmoes ; Winnie Mitutallah. Gothenburg : Nordicom, 2013. s. 19-37 (International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media. Yearbook).
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Tufte T. Towards a Renaissance in Communication for Social Change Redefining the discipline and practice in the post ‘Arab Spring’ era. I Tufte T, Wildermuth N, Hansen-Skovmoes AS, WM, red., Speaking Up and Talking Back? : Media, Empowerment and Civic Engagement of African Youth. Gothenburg: Nordicom. 2013. s. 19-37. (International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media. Yearbook).