Making Our Media: Global Initiatives Toward a Democratic Public Sphere Vol. Two (Rodriguez, Kidd, St
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Title: Making Our Media: Global Initiatives Toward a Democratic Public Sphere Vol. Two
Sub-title: National and Global Movements for Democratic Communication
Editor(s): Laura Stein, Dorothy Kidd, and Clemencia Rodriguez
Publish Date: October 2009
|This volume of Making Our Media introduces readers to national and global initiatives spearheaded by civil society groups around the world who seeks to permanently alter the cultural landscape. The chapters present civil society policy initiatives in Latin America, Asia, Europe, and the United States that aim to transform the structures, practices, and norms surrounding communication and culture. The book views communication policy as the principles and action procedures that govern the uses of communication resources. It demonstrates that what is at stake in these efforts is a cultural space worth inhabiting and a strong democratic culture both locally and globally that represents and reflects the full range of social life, creativity, experience, and expression.
Contents: Introduction, Laura Stein. SECTION I: NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INITIATIVES. Introduction, Clemencia Rodriguez. Collective Action and Militant Documentary Cinema in Argentina: A Conflictual Relationship, Christian Dodaro, Santiago Marino, and Maria Graciela Rodriguez. The Citizens' Media Watch in Peru, Rosa Maria Alfaro Moreno. Online Deliberation in Local Communities: Lessons from the Electronic Participatory Budget Experience in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Jose Ignacio Porras. SECTION II: MOBILIZATION BEYOND NATIONAL BORDERS. Introduction, Laura Stein. Civil Society Participation in Multistakeholder Processes: In Between Realism and Utopia, Bart Cammaerts. Framing Our Media for Transtional Policy: The World Summit on the Information Society and Beyond, Gabriele Hadl and Arne Hintz. You Say Media, We Say Justice!: The Media Justice Delegation at the World Summit on the Information Society, Joanna Arevalo and Dalida Maria Benfield. The Latin American Minga Informative, Osvaldo Leon, Sally Burch, and Eduardo Tamayo. SECTION III: REFRAMING DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS. Introduction, Patrick Burkart. Common Cause: Global Resistance to Intellectual Property Rights, Christine Schweidler and Sasha Costanza-Chock. The Electronic Fabric of Resistance: A Constructive Network of Online Users and Activists Challenging a Rigid Copyright Regime, Kwang-Suk Lee. The Right to Communicate Democracy and the Digital Divide, Carolyn Cunningham. The Emerging Global Movement on Communication Rights: A New Stakeholder in Global Communication Governance?, Claudia Padovani and Elena Pavan. About the Authors. Author Index. Subject Index.