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Thursday, July 28 • 14:00 - 15:30
Social Movement Media and Causes for Change LIMITED

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  • Dorothy Kidd (University of San Francisco): Extractivist Struggles and Video
  • Anastasia Kavada (University of Westminster, UK): Rethinking communication power: Insights from the Occupy movement 
  • Elizabeth Burrows (Griffith University, Australia): Some things change and some stay the same: Documenting the evolution of the Australian rights movement through an analysis of two Aboriginal publications
  • Caitlin Miles (Texas A&M University, US): I’m living this life, too: Articulations of daily life, the local, and social change within the Nar Photos Collective#
  • Ben Green (Griffith University, Australia): ‘40 years of peeling back the norm’: 4ZZZfm community radio station as icon

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Anastasia Kavada

Senior Lecturer at the Department of Journalism & Mass Communication of the University of Westminster Her esearch focuses on the links between online tools and collective action, looking at processes of mobilization, organizing and solidarity-building. She is currently researching the role of the internet in economic justice activism, and the Occupy Movement in particular, in t... Read More →

Thursday July 28, 2016 14:00 - 15:30 BST
LT3 Bennett Building