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[Commlist] Mediating Change colloquium videos

Fri Jan 29 12:18:29 GMT 2021

The videos of the ‘Mediating Change’ colloquium, organised by the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism at Charles University, are available online, here:

This colloquium brought together scholars from a diverse set of foci and backgrounds, from the broad area of media and communication studies, to examine, discuss and reflect upon, through various approaches and methods, how change is constructed, in media and communication practices.


‘Mediating Change’ International Colloquium 2020

Nico Carpentier: Silencing/unsilencing nature: A remediation of human-nature relationships

Scott Leatham: ‘One-dimensional sustainability’

Julie Uldam: COVID-19 and climate activism: a momentum for change?

Rico Lie: Communicating, learning, changing, developing

Sebastián M. Barreneche: Political change and counterfactual thought: A discussion from semiotics

Jacek Mikucki: Managing future cities: Media and information technologies in the context of change

Jaroslav Švelch: Converting 1980s Czechoslovak activist games for today’s audiences

Alice Němcová Tejkalová, et al.: Listening to children: How to change the current approach in journalism practice

Jan Motal: The heralds of government: On the reduction of news objectivity in times of crisis

Ulrike Notarp: The phenomenon of cultural change - A study on Russian national identity (...)

Vojtěch Dvořák: Public journalism and homeless people - developing opportunities for homeless (...)

Jan Miessler: Media discourse and social change: the collapse of Communist language (...)

Łukasz Szurmiński: The role of public service media in the process of disinformation (...)

Anna Rozsypal Pajerová: Mediating change in environmental policy: The case of EEA and Norway (...)

Fani Giannousi: A promise of normalcy. Talking about change in crisis ridden Greece

Tim Markham: Continuity amid change-Researching the digital dispositions navigating a world in flux

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