1. Recommended Reading and Resource Materials 86 items
    1. Some key books: 28 items
      1. The companion to development studies 2014

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      2. The companion to development studies - Vandana Desai, Robert B. Potter 2002

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      3. Communication for social change anthology: historical and contemporary readings - Alfonso Gumucio Dagron, Thomas Tufte c2006

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      4. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the third world - Arturo Escobar, ACLS Humanities E-Book 2012 (electronic resource)

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      5. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the Third World - Arturo Escobar, Arturo Escobar 2012, c1995 (electronic resource)

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      6. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite, Chorev Nitsan, EBL. 2015 (electronic resource)

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      7. Media, communication and development: three approaches - Linje Manyozo 2012

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      8. Globalization, gender politics, and the media: from the West to Latin America - Carolina Matos 2017, ©2017

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      9. Communication for development in the Third World: theory and practice for empowerment - Srinivas R. Melkote, H. Leslie Steeves, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2001 (electronic resource)

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      10. Development Theory - Jan Nederveen Pieterse, EBL DDA. 2009 (electronic resource)

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      11. Development theory: deconstructions/reconstructions - Jan Nederveen Pieterse, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2009 (electronic resource)

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      12. Development theory: deconstructions/reconstructions - Jan Nederveen Pieterse 2009

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      13. International communication: continuity and change - Daya Kishan Thussu 2006

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      14. The handbook of development communication and social change - Karin Gwinn Wilkins, Thomas Tufte, Rafael Obregon, Wiley Online Library EBS. 2014

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      15. Communicating gender and advocating accountability in global development - Karin Gwinn Wilkins 2016

        Book 

    2. Recommended reading: 23 items
      1. Communicating social change: structure, culture, and agency - Mohan J. Dutta 2011

        Book 

      2. The Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of globalization - George Ritzer 2012

        Book  Read, "Mass media and globalization," by C. Matos.

      3. International media studies - Divya C. McMillin, Divya C. McMillin 2007 (electronic resource)

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      4. International media studies - Divya C. McMillin 2007

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      5. Third World women and the politics of feminism - Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Ann Russo, Lourdes Torres, ACLS Humanities E-Book c1991 (electronic resource)

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      6. Third World women and the politics of feminism - Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Ann Russo, Lourdes Torres c1991

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      7. Culture and development: a critical introduction - Schech, Susanne, Haggis, Jane 2000

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      8. International communication: a reader - Daya Kishan Thussu c2010

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      9. The women, gender and development reader - Nalini Visvanathan 2011 (electronic resource)

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      10. The women, gender and development reader - Nalini Visvanathan 2011

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    3. Useful Sites: 14 items
      1. Communication and Information - UNESCO

        Webpage  Particularly important for presentations

      2. For programmes on ICT and development 4 items
    4. More useful sites and reports 4 items
    5. Journals: 17 items
      1. Development and change - Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands) (electronic resource)

        Journal 

      2. Critical studies in media communication - National Communication Association (U.S.) (electronic resource)

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      3. Foreign policy - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, National Affairs, inc 1971- (electronic resource)

        Journal 

  2. Week 1: Introduction: understanding the field 29 items
    Aim: To introduce key concepts and issues in development theory. The following questions will serve as a basis of the discussion. What is development? Why study development? What is the relationship between development and communication? Learning points: To start grasping the main concepts and begin thinking critically and analytically about development communication. To start thinking about group projects.
    1. Week 1: Core readings: 4 items
      1. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the Third World - Arturo Escobar, Arturo Escobar 2012, c1995 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 2 "The problematization of poverty"

      2. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the third world - Arturo Escobar 2012

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "The problematization of poverty"

      3. Development Theory - Nederveen Pieterse, Jan 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter, "Trends in development theory"

      4. Development theory: deconstructions/reconstructions - Jan Nederveen Pieterse 2009

        Book Essential reading Read chapter, "Trends in development theory"

    2. Week 1: Highly Recommended 6 items
      1. The companion to development studies - Ebook Central 2014

        Book Recommended reading Read section "The nature of development and of development studies"

      2. The companion to development studies 2014

        Book Recommended reading Read section "The nature of development and of development studies"

      3. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite, Chorev Nitsan, EBL. 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Development and globalization: recurring themes" by A. Hite and J.T. Roberts

      4. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite 2007

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Development and globalization: recurring themes" by A. Hite and J.T. Roberts

      5. Key issues in development - Damien Kingsbury, EBL. 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters,"What is development" AND "Reassessing development theory: 'modernization' and beyond" by Kingstone, McKay and Hurt

      6. Key issues in development - Kingsbury, Damien 2004

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters,"What is development" AND "Reassessing development theory: 'modernization' and beyond" by Kingstone, McKay and Hurt

    3. Week 1: Additional texts 19 items
      1. International media development: historical perspectives and new frontiers 2019, ©2019

        Book  Read "How Scholarship on Media Development can make a difference,” by G.Berger (pages 261-275)

      2. Development in crisis: threats to human well-being in the Global South and Global North - Rae Lesser Blumberg, Samuel Cohn, Taylor & Francis 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter, "Introduction: crisis in development-how development lives and dies" (pages 1-33)

      3. Communication for social change anthology: historical and contemporary readings - Gumucio Dagron, Alfonso, Tufte, Thomas c2006

        Book 

      4. Development theory and practice: critical perspectives - Uma Kothari, Martin Minogue 2002

        Book  Read, "Critical perspectives on development: an introduction," by M.Minogue and U.Kothari (pages 1-16)

      5. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail, Wiley Online Library EBS., Wiley InterScience (Online service) 2009

        Book  Read chapters "Introduction to development communication" and "Major themes following modernization" (pages 1-49)

      6. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail 2009

        Book  Read chapters "Introduction to development communication" and "Major themes following modernization" (pages 1-49)

      7. Communication for development in the Third World: theory and practice for empowerment - Srinivas R. Melkote, H. Leslie Steeves, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      8. Communications and the Third World - Geoffrey W. Reeves 1993

        Book 

      9. From modernization to globalization: perspectives on development and social change - Roberts, J. Timmons, Hite, Amy 1999

        Book  Read introduction

      10. Development: a cultural studies reader - Schech, Susanne, Haggis, Jane 2002

        Book  Read the "Introduction"

      11. Media and development - Martin Scott 2014

        Book 

      12. Media and development - Richard Vokes 2018

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      13. Development discourse and global history: from colonialism to the sustainable development goals - Aram Ziai, Taylor & Francis 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapters, "The transformation of development discourse: participation, sustainability, heterogenity" (pages 89-100) and "World Bank discourse and poverty reduction." (pages 125-139)

  3. Week 2: Modernity, Globalization & Development + critiques 28 items
    Aim: To familiarize students with the shifting names and paradigms of development, ranging from modernisation and dependency theories, to globalization, development, social change, humanitarianism and sustainability. The concepts will be further explored throughout the course. This session also introduces the critiques and debates surrounding these paradigms, examined further in week 3. Learning outcomes: Development is a contested concept. The aim in this session is to understand the main arguments with regards to modernisation theories on development, as well as to develop awareness of the range of approaches and strategies in the discussion and implementation of development programmes and initiatives.
    1. Week 2: Core readings: 4 items
      1. Communication for development in the Third World: theory and practice for empowerment - Srinivas R. Melkote, H. Leslie Steeves, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 3 "The enterprise of modernization and the dominant discourse of development"

      2. Communication for development in the third world: theory and practice for empowerment - Srinivas R. Melkote, H. Leslie Steeves 2001

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 3 "The enterprise of modernization and the dominant discourse of development"

      3. Mass media and national development: the role of information in the developing countries - Wilbur Schramm, Unesco 1964

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "The role of information in national development" (pages 20-58)

    2. Week 2: Highly recommended 3 items
      1. Development: theory, policy, and practice - Coetzee, Jan Karel 2001

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 3 "Modernisation theory: a model for progress"

      2. The wretched of the earth - Fanon, Frantz, Farrington, Constance, Sartre, Jean-Paul 2001

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Concerning violence"

      3. The Palgrave handbook of international development 2016

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter “Classical approaches to development: modernisation and dependency” by W. Hout (pages 21-39)

    3. Week 2: Additional texts 21 items
      1. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite, Chorev Nitsan, EBL. 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapters "Dependency and development in Latin America" by F. Cardoso & "The development of underdevelopment" by A. G. Frank

      2. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite 2007

        Book  Read chapters "Dependency and development in Latin America" by F. Cardoso & "The development of underdevelopment" by A. G. Frank

      3. The companion to development studies 2014

        Book  Read chapter "Theories and strategies of development"

      4. The companion to development studies - Vandana Desai, Robert B. Potter 2002

        Book  Read chapter "Theories and strategies of development" (pages 59-139)

      5. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the Third World - Arturo Escobar, Arturo Escobar 2012, c1995 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Imagining a Post-Development Era" (pages 212-227)

      6. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the third world - Arturo Escobar 2012

        Book  Read chapter "Imagining a Post-Development Era" (pages 212-227)

      7. Development: a cultural studies reader - Susanne Schech, Jane Haggis 2002

        Book  Read chapter "The West and the rest" by S. Hall & chapter 'Development as discourse' by S. Schech and J. Haggis (pages 79-123)

      8. International communication: a reader - Daya Kishan Thussu c2010

        Book  Read chapter "Toward communication theory of modernization: a set of considerations" by D. Lerner (pages 73-89)

      9. From modernization to globalization: perspectives on development and social change - Roberts, J. Timmons, Hite, Amy 1999

        Book  Read chapter 'The passing of the traditional society' by D. Thussu (pages 119-134)

      10. On the coloniality of being - Nelson Maldonado-Torres 03/2007

        Article 

      11. Communication for development in the Third World: theory and practice for empowerment - Srinivas R. Melkote, H. Leslie Steeves, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter “Introduction to communication”, development and empowerment in the Third World” ; See also chapter 5

      12. Communication for development in the third world: theory and practice for empowerment - Melkote, Srinivas R., Steeves, H. Leslie 2001

        Book  Read chapter “Introduction to communication”, development and empowerment in the Third World” ; See also chapter 5

      13. Development Theory - Jan Nederveen Pieterse, EBL DDA. 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter 'Dilemmas of development discourse'

      14. Diffusion of innovations - Rogers, Everett M. 2003

        Book 

      15. Diffusion of innovations - Rogers, Everett M. c1995

        Book 

      16. Communication of innovations: a cross-cultural approach - Rogers, Everett M., Shoemaker, F. Floyd [1971]

        Book 

      17. Communication and development: critical perspectives - Everett M. Rogers 1976

        Book  Read chapter 'Communication and development: the passing of the dominant paradigm' by E.M. Rogers and D.L Kincaid (pages 121-148)

      18. Communication and change in the developing countries - D. Lerner, Wilbur Schramm 1967

        Book  Read chapter 'The passing of the dominant paradigm: reflections on diffusion research' by by E.M. Rogers and D.L Kincaid (pages 49-52)

  4. Week 3: Communication and Development 30 items
    Aims: Following from the previous session on modernization and dependency theories, this lecture begins to examine the core theories in communication and development, further looking at the media and cultural imperialism debates as well as assessing the critiques to these perspectives. This lecture also investigates the New World Information Order debates and the discussions on inequalities in global communications, as well as the pressures for wider democratization of communications. Learning outcomes: To introduce theories on communication and development, which will be further developed throughout the course, as well as focus on the media and cultural imperialism debates. Students will understand the connections between the critiques made to the inequalities of global communications, and the reasons why for the growth in theories on the need to adopt participatory forms of communications for national development.
    1. Week 3: Core readings 4 items
      1. Media, communication and development: three approaches - Linje Manyozo, Ebook Central 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Media communication and development; schools of thought and approaches" (pages 1-54)

      2. Media, communication and development: three approaches - Linje Manyozo 2012

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Media communication and development; schools of thought and approaches" (pages 1-54)

      3. International and development communication: a 21st-century perspective - Bella Mody, SAGE Knowledge EBA. c2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 8 "Theories of development communication" by S. R. Melkote

      4. International and development communication: a 21st-century perspective - Bella Mody c2003

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 8 "Theories of development communication" by S. R. Melkote

    2. Week 3: Highly Recommended 3 items
      1. Mass communication and society - James Curran, Michael Gurevitch, Janet Woollacott 1977

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'Media imperialism: towards an international framework for assessing media systems' by O. Boyd-Barrett (pages 5-20)

      2. Communicating social change: structure, culture, and agency - Mohan J. Dutta 2011

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Theorizing social change communication" (pages 29-65)

      3. Communication in international development: doing good or looking good? 2018

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Introduction: communication in international development: towards theorising across hybrid practices" (pages 1-19)

    3. Week 3: Additional texts 23 items
      1. International media development: historical perspectives and new frontiers 2019, ©2019

        Book  Read chapters "Public Service Broadcasting and Media Development" by M. A. Arowitz and D. Marko (pages 208-220) and "A sketch of media development: from meeting poinbt to field." by S. Waisbord (pages 53-59)

      2. Communication for social change anthology: historical and contemporary readings - Gumucio Dagron, Alfonso, Tufte, Thomas c2006

        Book 

      3. Media and Politics in Latin America: Globalization, Democracy and Identity - Carolina Matos, EBL DDA. 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read pages 14-29 & 217-243

      4. Media and politics in Latin America: globalization, democracy and identity - Matos, Carolina 2012

        Book  Read pages 14-29 & 217-243

      5. Communication for social change anthology: historical and contemporary readings - Alfonso Gumucio Dagron, Thomas Tufte c2006

        Book  Read, "The MacBride Report: Conclusions and recommendations," by S. MacBride

      6. From NWICO to WSIS: 30 years of communication geopolitics : actors and flows, structures and divides - Divina Frau-Meigs, Dawsonera 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "The History of NWICO and Its Lessons" by K. Nordenstreng

      7. From NWICO to WSIS: 30 years of communication geopolitics : actors and flows, structures and divides - Divina Frau-Meigs 2012

        Book  Read chapter "The History of NWICO and Its Lessons" by K. Nordenstreng

      8. Globalization, development and the mass media - Colin Sparks, EBL. 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter, 'Passing of modernity'

      9. Globalization, development and the mass media - Sparks, Colin 2007

        Book  Read chapter, 'Passing of modernity'

      10. International communication: a reader - Thussu, Daya Kishan [c2010]

        Book  Read chapter "Beyond media imperialism: asymmetrical interdependence and cultural proximity" by J.D. Straubhaar (pages 261-278)

      11. Mapping BRICS media - Kaarle Nordenstreng, Daya Kishan Thussu, Taylor & Francis 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read "Debates and concepts" by Daya K. Thussu and Nordenstreng (pages 23-105)

      12. Mapping BRICS media 2015

        Book  Read "Debates and concepts" by Daya K. Thussu and Nordenstreng (pages 23-105)

      13. Development: theory, policy, and practice - Jan Karel Coetzee 2001

        Book  Read chapter "Theories of imperialism and post-imperialism: classical and contemporary perspectives" by G. Wood (pages 63-76)

  5. Week 4: Culture, Gender and Development (case studies) 47 items
    Aims: To introduce the cultural turn and the developments of holistic ideas in development theory and to discuss the importance of gender issues, looking particularly at key theoretical perspectives in gender and development as well as examining concepts such as ‘empowerment’, ‘voice’ and ‘agency’. Learning outcomes: To understand the relationship between culture, gender and development. To bring about an understanding of culture’s importance to development processes as well as further developing on the theories which see development as a system of power and knowledge.
    1. Week 4: Core readings 4 items
      1. Globalization, gender politics, and the media: from the West to Latin America - Carolina Matos, Dawsonera 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Globalization, gender and development: setting a framework for debate" (pages 31-53)

      2. Globalization, gender politics, and the media: from the West to Latin America - Carolina Matos 2017

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Globalization, gender and development: setting a framework for debate" (pages 31-53)

      3. Communicating gender and advocating accountability in global development - Karin Gwinn Wilkins 2016

        Book Essential reading Read "Communication, Gender and Development," by K.G. Wilkins (pages 1- 43)

      4. Communicating gender and advocating accountability in global development - Karin Gwinn Wilkins 2016

        Book Essential reading Read "Communication, Gender and Development," by K.G. Wilkins (pages 1- 43)

    2. Week 4: Highly Recommended 6 items
      1. Body politics in development: critical debates in gender and development - Wendy Harcourt 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter, "Reproductive bodies." (pages 38-65)

      2. Body politics in development: critical debates in gender and development - Wendy Harcourt 2009

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter, "Reproductive bodies." (pages 38-65)

      3. Third World women and the politics of feminism - Mohanty, Chandra Talpade c1991

        Webpage Recommended reading Read, "Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarships and Colonial Discourses," by C. Mohanty

      4. Third World women and the politics of feminism - Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Ann Russo, Lourdes Torres c1991

        Book Recommended reading Read, "Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarships and Colonial Discourses," by C. Mohanty

      5. Culture and development: a critical introduction - Susanne Schech, Jane Haggis 2000

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Thinking about culture and development'

    3. Week 4: Additional texts 37 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of transnational feminist movements - Rawwida Baksh-Soodeen, Wendy Harcourt, Oxford Handbooks Online 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      2. Gender, development, and globalization: economics as if all people mattered - Lourdes Benería, Günseli Berik, Maria Floro 2016

        Book  See chapter 1 (pages 1-35)

      3. The women, gender and development reader - Nalini Visvanathan, EBSCOhost 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapters, "The 'feminization of poverty' and the 'feminization' of anti-poverty programs: room for revision?" by S. Chant (pages 174-197)

      4. The women, gender and development reader - Nalini Visvanathan 2011

        Book  Read chapters, "The 'feminization of poverty' and the 'feminization' of anti-poverty programs: room for revision?" by S. Chant (pages 174-197)

      5. Development with a body: sexuality, human rights and development - Andrea Cornwall, Sonia Corrêa, Susie Jolly 2008

        Book 

      6. The companion to development studies - Ebook Central 2014

        Book  Read "Gender and development", see part 7

      7. The companion to development studies 2014

        Book  Read "Gender and development", see part 7

      8. Redeveloping communication for social change: theory, practice and power - Wilkins, Karin Gwinn c2000

        Book  Read " Governing reproduction: women's empowerment and population policy" by R. Greene (pages 27-39)

      9. A companion to gender studies - Philomena Essed, David Theo Goldberg, Audrey Lynn Kobayashi 2009

        Book  Read chapter "Postcolonial scholarship" by I. Grewal and C. Kaplan (pages 51-59)

      10. Feminist perspectives on sustainable development - Wendy Harcourt, Society for International Development c1994

        Book  Read chapter "Negotiating positions in the sustainable development debate: situating the feminist perspective" (pages 11-26)

      11. Development theory and practice: critical perspectives - Uma Kothari, Martin Minogue 2002

        Book  Read "Feminist and postcolonial challenges to development," by U. Kothari (pages 35-52)

      12. Feminism/postmodernism/development - Marianne H. Marchand, Jane L. Parpart 1995

        Book  See part 1 mainly

      13. Global feminism: transnational women's activism, organizing, and human rights - Myra Marx Ferree, Aili Mari Tripp c2006

        Book  Read chapter "Recognising transnational feminism" by F. Marx and A. Tripp (pages 3-79)

      14. Postcolonialism, decoloniality and development - Cheryl McEwan 2019

        Book 

      15. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail, Wiley Online Library EBS., Wiley InterScience (Online service) 2009

        Book  Read chapter 'Feminism in a post-development age' (pages 141-159)

      16. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail 2009

        Book  Read chapter 'Feminism in a post-development age' (pages 141-159)

      17. The Palgrave handbook of international development 2016

        Book  Read chapter “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights” by R. Morgan (pages 471-486) & chapter "Postcolonial approaches to development" by P. Noscolo (pages 41-53)

      18. The women, gender and development reader - Nalini Visvanathan, EBSCOhost 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Gender and development: theoretical perspectives" by S.M. Rai (pages28-38)

      19. Theoretical perspectives on gender and development - Jane L. Parpart, Patricia Connelly, Eudine Barriteau, Ebook Central c2000

        Book 

      20. Feminist interventions in international communication: minding the gap - Katharine Sarikakis, Leslie Regan Shade c2008

        Book 

      21. Development as freedom - Amartya Sen 2001

        Book  Read chapters 8 and 10

      22. Culture and development: a critical introduction - Susanne Schech, Jane Haggis 2000

        Book  Read chapter "Feminism, development and culture"

      23. Earth democracy: justice, sustainability and peace - Shiva, Vandana 2006

        Book  Read 'Introduction' AND chapters 1 & 3

      24. Marxism and the interpretation of culture - Nelson, Cary, Grossberg, Lawrence 1988

        Book  Read chapter "Can the subaltern speak?" by G. Spivak (pages 271-316)

      25. Redeveloping communication for social change: theory, practice and power - Wilkins, Karin Gwinn c2000

        Book  Read chapter "Gendered agendas: dialogue and impasse in creating social change" by H.L. Steeves (pages 7-27)

      26. Communicating gender and advocating accountability in global development - Karin Gwinn Wilkins 2016

        Book  Read chapter, "Communicating Gender in Population Development," by G.K. Wilkins (pages 85-123)

      27. Gender & nation - Nira Yuval-Davis, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      28. Gender & nation - Yuval-Davis, Nira 1997

        Book 

  6. Week 5: From health to participatory communications research 32 items
    Aim: This lecture follows from the lecture on communications and development, and will pay particular attention to the case of the media development in Latin America as a case study. It examines participatory forms of communications in development more closely, looking at both theories and research. Learning outcomes: To develop a deeper understanding of theories on communication and development, particularly looking at theories such as social marketing and participatory communications and assessing the merits and limits of these.
    1. Week 5: Core readings 3 items
      1. International and development communication: a 21st-century perspective - Bella Mody, SAGE Knowledge EBA. c2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Participatory approaches to communication for development" by R. Huesca

      2. International and development communication: a 21st-century perspective - Mody, Bella c2003

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Participatory approaches to communication for development" by R. Huesca

      3. The handbook of global health communication - Rafael Obregon, Silvio R. Waisbord 2012

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Theoretical divides and convergence in global health communications," by S. Waisbord and R. Obregon (pages 7-33)

    2. Week 5: Highly Recommended 5 items
      1. Media, communication and development: three approaches - Linje Manyozo, EBL. 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters "The media for development approach" AND "The participatory communication approach" (pages 54-196)

      2. Media, communication and development: three approaches - Linje Manyozo 2012

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters "The media for development approach" AND "The participatory communication approach" (pages 54-196)

      3. Media and Politics in Latin America: Globalization, Democracy and Identity - Carolina Matos, EBL DDA. 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading See part 1.

      4. Media and politics in Latin America: globalization, democracy and identity - Carolina Matos 2012

        Book Recommended reading See part 1.

      5. The handbook of development communication and social change 2014

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "The Strategic Politics of Participatory Communications" by S. Waisbord (pages 147-168)

    3. Week 5: Additional texts 24 items
      1. Communication and social change: a citizen perspective - Thomas Tufte 2017

        Book  Read chapter "Participation: A Project of Transformation" (pages 56-79)

      2. Pedagogy of the oppressed - 1921-1997 Freire, Paulo, Myra Bergman Ramos 1996

        Book 

      3. Communicating development with communities - Linje Manyozo 2017

        Book 

      4. Communication for social change anthology: historical and contemporary readings - Alfonso Gumucio Dagron, Thomas Tufte c2006

        Book  See various texts

      5. The handbook of global health communication - Rafael Obregon, Silvio R. Waisbord 2012

        Book  Read chapters "Promoting health through entertainment media: theory and practice" by J. Brown (pages 121-143) & "Toward social justice in divided social change" by S. Melkote (pages 623-641) & "Communication and public health in a glocalised context: achievements and challenges" by T. Tufte (pages 608-622)

      6. Communication for development and social change - Jan Servaes c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Threads of development communication" by R.D. Colle (pages 96-158) & chapter "Tracing the history of participatory approaches to development" by R. Huesca (pages 180-201) & chapter “Rural HIV/Aids Communication/Intervention: from using models to using frameworks and common principles” by R. Lie (pages 279-296) & chapter "The panoptic view: a discourse approach to communication and development" by S. Sosale (pages 85-96)

      7. The handbook of development communication and social change - Karin Gwinn Wilkins, Thomas Tufte, Rafael Obregon, Wiley Online Library EBS. 2014

        Book  Read the following chapters "Media development" by J. Deane (pages 226-242), "A participatory framework for researching and evaluating communication for development and social change" by J. Tachhi et al (pages 298-321), "Emerging issues in strategic communication for development and social change" by R. Obregon (pages 321-329); "Development communication and social change in historical context" by P. Thomas (pages 7-20) AND "Developing strategic communication for social change" by Wilkins, Tifte and Obregon, Part II, (pages 145-329); "Social and behaviour change communication" by N. Mckee (pages 278-297)

      8. Development theory and practice: critical perspectives - Uma Kothari, Martin Minogue 2002

        Book  Read chapter "Participating in development" by R. McGee (pages 92-117)

      9. Communication for development in the third world: theory and practice - Srinivas R. Melkote 1991

        Book  Read chapter, "Evolution of the theory and practice of development communication" - see also chapter 6.

      10. Development: theory, policy, and practice - Jan Karel Coetzee 2001

        Book  Read chapter "The participatory research paradigm" by H. Prozesky & J. Mouton (pages 537-552)

      11. Communications and the Third World - Reeves, Geoffrey W. 1993

        Book  Read pages 23 - 69

      12. Handbook of comparative communication research - Frank Esser, Thomas Hanitzsch, Taylor & Francis 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Comparing Development Communication" by J. Serveas (pages 64-81)

      13. Handbook of comparative communication research - Frank Esser, Thomas Hanitzsch 2012

        Book  Read chapter "Comparing Development Communication" by J. Serveas (pages 64-81)

      14. Communication, development, and the Third World: the global politics of information - Stevenson, Robert L. c1988

        Book  Read chapters 1, 2 and 3

  7. Week 6: Reading week 1 item
    1. This is a week for reflection, reading and thinking about your studies. Look out for events organised by the Department for this week.

  8. Week 7: Agents of development: social development and the role of NGOs 31 items
    Aim: This session looks at the core agents in development, paying attention to the debate on the role of the state in development as well as examining economic aspects of development policy programmes. It further looks at the theoretical perspectives on the role of NGOs in development in an age of globalization and “post-development”, looking particularly at theoretical debates and case studies, such as the use of communications for advocacy by NGOs working with gender and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Learning Outcome: To deepen students’ understanding of participatory and other forms of communication for development, as well as connecting communications with the economic aspect of development through an assessment of the role of certain agents of development. To understand the increasing importance of the role of NGOs in development, and their limits.
    1. Week 7: Core reading 3 items
      1. Can NGOs make a difference?: the challenge of development alternatives - Bebbington, Anthony, Hickey, Samuel, Mitlin, Diana, Dawsonera 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 'Critical challenges' (pages 3-55)

      2. Can NGOs make a difference?: the challenge of development alternatives - Hickey, Samuel, Mitlin, Diana, Bebbington, Anthony 2008

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 'Critical challenges' (pages 3-55)

      3. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail, Wiley InterScience (Online service) 2009

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "The roles of non-governmental organisations (NGOs)" (pages 67-83)

    2. Week 7: Highly Recommended 5 items
      1. Beyond NGO-ization?: Reflections from Latin America - Alvarez, Sonia E Jun 2009

        Article Recommended reading

      2. The companion to development studies 2014

        Book Recommended reading Read “Change agents: a history of hope in GOs, civil society and the 99%” (pages 559-563)

      3. The companion to development studies - Desai, Vandana, Potter, Robert B. 2002

        Book Recommended reading Read “Change agents: a history of hope in GOs, civil society and the 99%” (pages 559-563)

      4. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail, Wiley Online Library EBS., Wiley InterScience (Online service) 2009

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters “United Nations and Specialised Agencies” AND “The Roles of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)" (pages 49-67 and 67-85)

      5. Development communication: reframing the role of the media - Thomas L. McPhail 2009

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters “United Nations and Specialised Agencies” AND “The Roles of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)" (pages 49-67 and 67-85)

    3. Week 7: Additional texts 18 items
      1. Transnational civil society: an introduction - Srilatha Batliwala, L. David Brown 2006

        Book 

      2. The ironic spectator: solidarity in the age of post-humanitarianism - Lilie Chouliaraki, Ebook Central 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Solidarity and spectatorship"

      3. The ironic spectator: solidarity in the age of post-humanitarianism - Lilie Chouliaraki 2013

        Book  Read chapter "Solidarity and spectatorship"

      4. The companion to development studies 2014

        Book  Read chapter "The role of NGOs' (pages 568-573)

      5. Development theory and practice: critical perspectives - Uma Kothari, Martin Minogue 2002

        Book  Read chapter, "Social development: issues and approaches," by M. Green (pp. 52-71)

      6. The handbook of development communication and social change 2014

        Book  Read chapters "Transnational civil society and social movements" by A. Kavada (pages 351-370) & “Economics and communication for development and social change” by E. McAnany (pages 242-259) & “Political Economy of Development” by J. Pamment (pages 40-57)

      7. Gender, power and knowledge for development - Lata Narayanaswamy 2017

        Book  Read chapter "The Knowledge-brokering business: NGOs and feminism and development" by L. Narayanaswamy

      8. Development Theory - Jan Nederveen Pieterse 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter, "Equity and growth revisited: From human development to social development," pp. 125-144

      9. The Palgrave handbook of international development 2016

        Book  Read chapter “Civil society, management, mismanagement and informal governance” by S.A. Radcliffe (pages 227-242)

      10. Communication for development and social change - Jan Servaes c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter “Communication for development approaches of some governmental Non-governmental agencies” (pages 201-219)

      11. International development studies: theories and methods in research and practice - Andrew Sumner, Michael A. Tribe, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      12. The Routledge companion to media and human rights 2017

        Book  Read chapter "All the world's a stage: the rise of transnational celebrity advocacy for human rights." by T. Thrall and D. Steclan (pages 289-300)

      13. The Routledge companion to media and human rights 2017

        Book  Read chapter "All the world's a stage: the rise of transnational celebrity advocacy for human rights." by T. Thrall and D. Steclan (pages 289-300)

      14. Development communication in practice: India and the millennium development goals - John V. Vilanilam 2009

        Book  Read chapter, "Development communication: some practical considerations" - see also Chapters 1 and 3.

    4. Week 7: Useful sites 5 items
      1. Communication for development and social change - Jan Servaes c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book  See “Unesco’s contribution to cultural diversity and communication for development” (pages 219-232)

  9. Week 8: Cultural globalization and development 38 items
    Aims: This lecture examines the relationship between the media, globalization and development, further looking at the counter-hegemonic and international flows and the cultural hybridity debate. Following from the early lectures and particularly week 5, it develops further on the case studies of regional media powerhouses, from India to Latin America, looking more closely at global communications for development as well as the role of the BRICs in globalization. Learning outcomes: To expand on the understanding of the limits to the cultural imperialism debates, developing on the theories on counter-hegemonic contra-flows and cultural globalization. To assess the rise of the BRIC countries and the role of the media here, looking at the implications of these trends for a more equitable form of (global) communications.
    1. Week 8: Core reading 3 items
      1. Globalization and the mass media - Matos, C. 2012

        Website Essential reading

      2. The Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of globalization - George Ritzer 2012

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "Mass media and globalization"

      3. International communication: a reader - Daya Kishan Thussu c2010

        Book Essential reading Read chapter, 'Mapping global media flow and contra-flow' (pages 221-238)

    2. Week 8: Highly Recommended 6 items
      1. Media and Politics in Latin America: Globalization, Democracy and Identity - Carolina Matos, EBL DDA. 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Television popular culture and Latin American and Brazilian identity" (pages 139-169)

      2. Media and politics in Latin America: globalization, democracy and identity - Matos, Carolina 2012

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "Television popular culture and Latin American and Brazilian identity" (pages 139-169)

      3. Globalization and culture: global mélange - Jan Nederveen Pieterse 2020

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'Globalization as hybridization'

      4. Globalization and culture: global melange - Jan Nederveen Pieterse 2015

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'Globalization as hybridization' (pages 59-81)

      5. Mapping BRICS media - Kaarle Nordenstreng, Daya Kishan Thussu, Taylor & Francis 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'Introduction: contextualising the BRICS media' (pages 1-23)

      6. Mapping BRICS media 2015

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'Introduction: contextualising the BRICS media' (pages 1-23)

    3. Week 8: Additional texts 29 items
      1. Modernity at large: cultural dimensions of globalization - Arjun Appadurai, ACLS Humanities E-Book c1996 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter 'Global ethnoscapes: nets and queries for a transnational anthropology' by A. Appadurai (pages 75-103)

      2. Modernity at large: cultural dimensions of globalization - Appadurai, Arjun c1996

        Book  Read chapter 'Global ethnoscapes: nets and queries for a transnational anthropology' by A. Appadurai (pages 75-103)

      3. Global transformations: politics, economics and culture - Held, David 1999

        Book  Read chapter 'Globalization culture and the fate of nations' by D. Goldblatt, D. Perraton, D. Held, and A. McGrew

      4. The Routledge international handbook of globalization studies - Bryan S. Turner, Ebook Central 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapters "Internet and globalization" by L. Gelenti (pages 62-77) AND "Film and globalization: from Hollywood to Bollywood" by S. Teo (pages 412-429) & “Theories of globalization: issues and origins” and “Globalization and its possible futures” by B.S. Turner (pages 3-23)

      5. The Routledge international handbook of globalization studies - Bryan S. Turner 2011

        Book  Read chapters "Internet and globalization" by L. Gelenti (pages 62-77) AND "Film and globalization: from Hollywood to Bollywood" by S. Teo (pages 412-429) & “Theories of globalization: issues and origins” and “Globalization and its possible futures” by B.S. Turner (pages 3-23)

      6. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite, Chorev Nitsan, EBL. 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read parts III, IV and V

      7. The globalization and development reader: perspectives on development and global change - J. Timmons Roberts, Amy Hite 2007

        Book  Read parts III, IV and V

      8. Globalization and the postcolonial world: the new political economy of development - Hoogvelt, Ankie M. M. 2001

        Book  Read pages 3 to14; 165 to 173 and 239 to 258

      9. International media development: historical perspectives and new frontiers 2019, ©2019

        Book  Read chapter, "India's Media Development Seesaw: advancement and vulnerability in the world's largest democracy," pp. 137-144.

      10. International communication: a reader - Daya Kishan Thussu c2010

        Book  Read these three chapters "Hybiridity in cultural globalization" by M. Kraidy (pages 434-452), "An archaeology of the global era: constructing a belief" by Mattelart (pages 313-329) AND "Not yet the post-imperialist era" by H. Schiller (pages 247-261)

      11. Developing news: global journalism and the coverage of 'third world' development - Jairo Lugo-Ocando, An Nguyen 2017

        Book 

      12. Globalization and media: global village of Babel - Jack Lule, Dawsonera 2015

        Book  Read chapter "The role of media in globalization: a history" (pages 33-51)

      13. Globalization and media: global village of Babel - Jack Lule 2015

        Book  Read chapter "The role of media in globalization: a history" (pages 33-51)

      14. International media studies - Divya C. McMillin, Divya C. McMillin 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter 'Reconfiguring the global in international media studies'

      15. International media studies - Divya C. McMillin 2007

        Book  Read chapter 'Reconfiguring the global in international media studies'

      16. The handbook of development communication and social change - Karin Gwinn Wilkins, Thomas Tufte, Rafael Obregon, Wiley Online Library EBS. 2014

        Book  Read chapter 'Globalization and development' by T. Miller (pages 20-40)

      17. Media and globalization: why the state matters - Nancy Morris, Silvio R Waisbord c2001

        Book 

      18. Counter-hegemonic news: a case study of Al-Jazeera English and Telesur - Painter, James, University of Oxford c2008

        Book 

      19. From NWICO to WSIS: 30 years of communication geopolitics : actors and flows, structures and divides - Divina Frau-Meigs, Dawsonera 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "NWICO: Reuters' Gerald Long Versus UNESCO's Sean MacBride" by M. Palmer

      20. Culture and development: a critical introduction - Susanne Schech, Jane Haggis 2000

        Book  Read chapter “Bringing culture and development together, globalization and the politics of representation”

      21. Media and development - Martin Scott 2014

        Book  Read chapters, 'Strategies of humanitarian communication: choose wisely?' AND 'Media coverage of the global south: who cares?' (pages 138-167 & 167-194)

      22. Latin American television industries - John Sinclair, Joseph D. Straubhaar 2013

        Book 

      23. Communication for development and social change - Jan Servaes c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Media globalization through localization" (pages 58-68)

      24. Communicating India's soft power: Buddha to Bollywood - Daya Kishan Thussu 2013

        Book 

      25. International communication and globalization: a critical introduction - Ali Mohammadi 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Cultural globalization and cultural imperialism" by J. Tomlinson (pages 170-190)

      26. International communication and globalization: a critical introduction - Mohammadi, Ali 1997

        Book  Read chapter "Cultural globalization and cultural imperialism" by J. Tomlinson (pages 170-190)

      27. The media were American: U.S. mass media in decline - Jeremy Tunstall 2008

        Book 

  10. Week 9: NGOS, advocacy communications and human rights 17 items
    1. Week 9: Core reading 2 items
      1. The Routledge companion to media and human rights 2017

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "“Social media and human rights advocacy” by E. McPherson (pages 279-289)

    2. Week 9: Highly recommended 5 items
      1. The Palgrave handbook of international development 2016

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter “What do human rights mean in development?” by P. Gready (pages 453-470)

      2. Culture and development: a critical introduction - Susanne Schech, Jane Haggis 2000

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter “Human rights, cultural difference and globalization"

      3. The handbook of development communication and social change 2014

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 4 "Advocacy communications"

      4. Rights-Based Approaches to Development: Implications for NGOs - Shannon Kindornay, James Ron and Charli Carpenter 2012

        Article Recommended reading

      5. Putting the ‘rights‐based approach’ to development into perspective - Andrea Cornwall, Celestine Nyamu‐Musembi 09/2004

        Article Recommended reading

    3. Week 9: Additional reading 10 items
      1. Celebrity advocacy and international development - Dan Brockington 2014

        Book  Read chapter “The terrain of development advocacy”

      2. The Routledge companion to media and human rights 2017

        Book  Read chapter “Communications freedoms versus communication rights: discursive and normative struggles with civil society and beyond” by B. Cammaerts (pages 50-60) & chapter “Media and women’s human rights” by B.M. Freeman (pages 387-396) & chapter “Civic organizations, human rights and the news” by M. Powers (pages 248-257) & chapter “News coverage of female genital cutting: a seven country comparative study” by M. Sobel (pages 396-407) & chapter “All rights are local: the resiliency of social change” by J. Servaes (pages 136-147)

      3. Communication in international development: doing good or looking good? 2018

        Book  Read chapter 8 “Communicating development results in an emerging “post-Aid” era” by P. Da Costa

      4. The handbook of development communication and social change 2014

        Book  Read chapter “Social movement media in the process of constructive social change” by J. Downing (pages 331-351) & chapter “Equality and Human Rights” by C.J. Hamelink (pages 72-92) & chatper “Emerging issues in activism and social change communication” by T. Tufte (pages 278-297)

      5. Advocacy communication for peacebuilding - Jan Servaes, Patchanee Malikhao 04/2012

        Article 

      6. Communication for development and social change - Jan Servaes c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter “Hybrid interactions: human rights and development in a cultural perspective” by J. Servaes & C. Verschooten (pages 45-58)

      7. The handbook of journalism studies 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter "Development journalism" by X. Xiaoge (pages 357-371)

  11. Week 10: Researching development communications in the digital age 21 items
    Aim: To provide students with the necessary knowledge to be able to research and assess development communication programmes as well as to learn about the important issues in development and communications, examining for instance the use made by social movements of ICTs for development as well as the rights of freedom of expression as case studies. It thus examines the link between theory, research and practice, with students being provided an opportunity during seminars to prepare for the forthcoming presentations. Learning points: To understand the basic approaches to researching development as well as to consider the ethical dimensions of research in development studies, particularly looking at future challenges and trends for media and development.
    1. Week 10: Core reading 1 item
      1. The handbook of development communication and social change 2014

        Book Essential reading Read chapters "Emerging issues in communicating development and social change" (pages 138-144) by K.G. Wilkins & "A participatory framework for researching and evaluating communication for development and social change" (pages 298-320) by J. Tacchi and J. Lennie.

    2. Week 10: Highly Recommended 5 items
      1. Research for Development: A Practical Guide (First Edition) - Laws, SAGE Research Methods Core 2002 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 13 'Research ethics' AND chapter 17 'Seven key research techniques'

      2. Research for development: a practical guide - Laws, Sophie, Harper, Caroline, Marcus, Rachel, Save the Children Fund 2003

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 13 'Research ethics' AND chapter 17 'Seven key research techniques'

      3. International development studies: theories and methods in research and practice - Andrew Sumner, Michael A. Tribe 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "How are research and practice linked to development studies? by A. Sumner & M. Tribe (pages 129-163)

      4. International and development communication: a 21st-century perspective - Bella Mody, SAGE Knowledge EBA. c2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'International development communication: proposing a research agenda for a new era' by K.G. Wilkins

      5. International and development communication: a 21st-century perspective - Mody, Bella c2003

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter 'International development communication: proposing a research agenda for a new era' by K.G. Wilkins

    3. Week 10: Additional texts 15 items
      1. Research for development: a practical guide - Sophie Laws, Caroline Harper, Rachel Marcus, SAGE Research Methods Core 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read these three chapters, 'Evaluating research for development work' - 'Analysis' AND 'How to write an effective research report'

      2. Research for development: a practical guide - Sophie Laws, Caroline Harper, Rachel Marcus, Save the Children Fund 2003

        Book  Read these three chapters, 'Evaluating research for development work' - 'Analysis' AND 'How to write an effective research report'

      3. International media studies - Divya C. McMillin, Divya C. McMillin 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter 'The politics of international media research'

      4. International media studies - McMillin, Divya C. 2007

        Book  Read chapter 'The politics of international media research'

      5. Development: theory, policy, and practice - Coetzee, Jan Karel 2001

        Book  Read chapter 35 'Programme evaluation research' by J. Mouton AND chapter 33 'The participatory research paradigm' by H. Prozesky and J. Mouton

      6. Rethinking media development through evaluation: beyond freedom - Jessica Noske-Turner 2017, ©2017

        Book 

      7. International media development: historical perspectives and new frontiers 2019

        Book  Read chapter “A Sketch of media development: from meeting point to field” by S. Waisbord (pages 53-59)

      8. Development discourse and global history: from colonialism to the sustainable development goals - Aram Ziai, Taylor & Francis 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapters, "Millennium Development Goals: back to the future?" (pages 155-173) and "The post 2015 agenda and the sustainable development goals: the persistance of development discourse." (pages 194-209)

  12. Week 11: Globalization and ICTs for development: future challenges for the field 22 items
    1. Week 11: Core reading 2 items
      1. Media and development - Richard Vokes 2018

        Book Essential reading Read chapter "ICT4D in new media worlds" by R. Vokes (pages 192-233)

    2. Week 11: Highly recommended 3 items
      1. Knowledge Societies: Information Technology for Sustainable Development - Robin Mansell

        Book Recommended reading Read chapters 1 & 13

      2. International media development: historical perspectives and new frontiers 2019

        Book Recommended reading Read chapter "“Digital convergence and its implications for media development” by D. O'Maly (pages 231-239)

    3. Week 11: Additional reading 17 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of transnational feminist movements - Rawwida Baksh-Soodeen, Wendy Harcourt, Oxford Handbooks Online 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      2. Women@Internet: creating new cultures in cyberspace - Wendy Harcourt 1999

        Book 

      3. The Routledge companion to media and human rights 2017

        Book  Read chapter "Human rights and the digital" by K. Karppinen (page 95-104)

      4. Culture and development: a critical introduction - Susanne Schech, Jane Haggis 2000

        Book  Read chapter "Culture, development and the information revolution"

      5. International media development: historical perspectives and new frontiers 2019

        Book  Read chapter “Media development in the digital age” by T. Susman-Pera (pages 249-261)

      6. The Oxford handbook of transnational feminist movements - Rawwida Baksh-Soodeen, Wendy Harcourt, Oxford Handbooks Online 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read chapter “Digital transformations of transnational feminism in theory and practice” by G. Youngs

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