This review aims to develop new insights about cultural activism as a means of claiming space and building place-identities in communities. As this is an under-explored area of research and scholarship, the review will build a foundation and conceptual framework for future research.
An AHRC-funded skills development project organised by researchers at Birmingham Institute of Art & Design (Birmingham City University) and Communication and Media Research Institute (University of Westminster) This project involved two one-day workshops and the creation of a case study resource. >> View case studies >> View summaries of Workshop 1 and Workshop 2 About creative…
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This guide is intended for all broadcasters and producers. With the objective of the creation of a committee of higher representation of all estates interested in audiovisual communication media in order to involve them in the policies of normalization of the image of people with disabilities.Increasing and improving portrayal of people with disabilities in the media
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