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CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

March 2012

www.uq.edu.au/ccsc


 
Welcome to the Centre for Communication & Social Change's newsletter.

In this issue, we are excited to announce one of the most eminent communication scholars of today, Professor Cees Hamelink, will be visiting The University of Queensland to hold a five day workshop entitled Communication: Key challenges for global communication in the 21st century.
More details in the article below.

Also in this edition, Centre co-d
irector Associate Professor Pradip Thomas reflects on why we study communication for social change, we check in with masters graduate Kyle Gunnels, and postdoctoral research fellow Lauren Leigh Hinthorne updates us on LEGO for development.

As always we would really appreciate your feedback about the newsletter and input on what you want to hear about in the future.

Please contact
Siena Perry with your thoughts.

Features

 

Winter School with Professor Cees Hamelink   

The CfCSC and the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) are proud to host one of the most eminent communication scholars of today, Professor Hamelink, for a five-day workshop at UQ 2-6 July 2012.

Why we study communication for social change

A/P Pradip Thomas believes CSC is an exciting subject because it explores the age old contestation between agency and structure and the role played by communication in this process. 

 

People

Meet Masters of Communication (Communication for Social Change) graduate Kyle Gunnels, hear about what why he chose to study CSC and what he is doing now.

From the Centre

Postdoctoral research fellow Lauren Leigh tells us what participatory development communication can learn from LEGO.

From the Field

Events, conferences, articles and tools on CSC themes.

Opportunities

CSC employment, internships, events and more...

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