Communication for Social Change


We are inviting empirical research articles on Communication for Social Change on topics that include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Political economy of CSC in the micro, meso and macro level

- Epistemological, methodological and theoretical perspectives on social change, Social Justice and Empowerment

- Power inequity, poverty, and the denial of fundamental human rights.

- Discrimination, lack of education, and inadequate employment opportunities.

- Critical Approaches to Media, Communication and Development

- Tensions between 'media for development' and 'communication for development.'

- The role of communication in social change and transformation

- Participatory communication

- Social accountability and state-citizen relations

- Gender relations and development


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Current Issue

Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Communication
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Communication and Culture Review is a peer reviewed, bi-annual international journal started to engage with realities, issues and ideas within the broad rubric of communication and culture studies. However, breaking away from the strait-jacketed disciplinary canons, the journal aims to interweave communication with strands of cultural, sociological, anthropological, performative, computational, political, philosophical, linguistic, political economy and other interdisciplinary approaches in examining a wide-range of mediatised and mediated phenomena.

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