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CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

April 2012

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

In this issue, we hear from
Associate Professor Elske van de Fliert about her recent visit to a project changing in the lives of thousands of farm families currently living under the poverty line. We also have a report on postdoctoral research fellow Lauren Leigh Hinthorne's recent colloquium and a review of Communicating Social Change: Structure, Culture and Agency from Associate Professor Pradip Thomas. 

We are also pleased to share with you an interview with Professor Cees Hamelink, who will be visiting The University of Queensland in July to hold a five day workshop entitled Communication: Key challenges for global communication in the 21st century. 

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

 

Field visit - West Timor

Associate Professor Elske  van de Fliert reports on field visit to project changing in the lives of thousands of farm families currently living under the poverty line.

Visual research and communication techniques colloquium 

Yesterday , CfCSC postdoctoral researcher Dr Lauren Leigh Hinthorne led a packed room at the School of Journalism and Communication through a ‘tasting menu’ of visual research and communication techniques.

 

People

Meet eminent communication scholar Prof. Cees Hamelink, and find out why Charles Darwin and Eleonora Roosevelt are his favourite characters from history.

From the Centre

Review of Communicating Social Change: Structure, Culture and Agency

From the Field

Events, conferences and tools on CSC themes.

Opportunities

CSC employment, internships and more...

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