Posts Tagged: media

Luengo, María. “Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in Argentina.” Media, Culture & Society 40, no. 3 (2018): 397-414.

I chose this image as it represents the collective action takes by Argentinian society. The posters “together” and “together we can” and encapsulates the author’s argument that polarization and ideological differences can be suspended by universal beliefs.

Luengo, María. “Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in Argentina.” Media, Culture & Society 40, no. 3 (2018): 397-414.

I chose this image as it represents the collective action takes by Argentinian society. The posters “together” and “together we can” and encapsulates the author’s argument that polarization and ideological differences can be suspended by universal beliefs.

Luengo, María. “Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in Argentina.” Media, Culture & Society 40, no. 3 (2018): 397-414.

This image is from a #NiUnasMenos march in 2017 and encapsulates the collective action of Argentinian society on this issue, despite deep polarization: the signs read “together” and “together we can”

Luengo, María. “Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in Argentina.” Media, Culture & Society 40, no. 3 (2018): 397-414.

This image is from a #NiUnasMenos march in 2017 and encapsulates the collective action of Argentinian society on this issue, despite deep polarization: the signs read “together” and “together we can”

Prado, Paola. “Mapping Citizen Journalism and the Promise of Digital Inclusion: A Perspective from the Global South.” Global Media and Communication 13, no. 2 (2017): 87-104.

The above picture shows a student in Manila protesting against the suppression of freedom of the press. This image was taken from a USA today article speaking about the organized violence against journalists. The author conducts 25 field interviews in

Prado, Paola. “Mapping Citizen Journalism and the Promise of Digital Inclusion: A Perspective from the Global South.” Global Media and Communication 13, no. 2 (2017): 87-104.

The above picture shows a student in Manila protesting against the suppression of freedom of the press. This image was taken from a USA today article speaking about the organized violence against journalists. The author conducts 25 field interviews in