International-communications -- List for International Communications Researchers

 

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This list has been created to facilitate interaction between researchers
working
in the area of International Communications and in particular to support
the work of the International Relations/InternationalCommunications Working
Group of the British International Studies
Association. The list is open to all researchers in working in the field.

The Working Group aims to address issues relating to the impact of ICTs in
three key areas. Firstly, the group will engage with the problems faced
in producing appropriate theoretical approaches to analyse this form of
communication in an international context. The group aims to address the
ways in which ICTs are (or are not) transforming the nature of
International Relations as a field of theory and practice. Secondly, the
group aims to identify the policy challenges which ICTs present to a range
of actors in the international system, and to explore if, and how,
processes of political engagement are changing with the use of these
technologies. Thirdly, the group will provide a platform for the
development of research agendas in this area by promoting both
intra-disciplinary reflection and inter-disciplinary exchange. The group
will therefore seek to promote the research interests of the growing number
of established academics and postgraduate students engaged in developing
this area of analysis.

The list is run from the Institute of Communications Studies, University of
Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK
The list owner is Robin Brown, R.C.M.Brown@leeds.ac.uk
The web page of the working group is at www.leeds.ac.uk/ics/ic-ir1.htm






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