Communication and Development

The Freirean Connection

Michael Richards (Redaktør) ; Thomas Pradip (Redaktør) ; Zaharom Nain (Redaktør)

The chapters in the first section foreground the many ways in which Freire contributed to our understanding of what should be the relationship between communication and development. They highlight Freire's influence on both the theory and practice of communications for development. Les mer
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The chapters in the first section foreground the many ways in which Freire contributed to our understanding of what should be the relationship between communication and development. They highlight Freire's influence on both the theory and practice of communications for development. Chapters in the second part focus on the heart of Freire's work - his pedagogy and its implications for emancipation through learning. They highlight Freire's influence on pedagogic practices in a wide range of contexts and in so doing offer a reassessment of the relevance of his theoretical and conceptual contributions in a modern global context.

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Part 1: The Freirean Legacy, Development and Communication and Pedagogy, Michael Richards; Participatory Communication Research for Democracy and Social Change, Jan Servaes; The Communication Paradox - Inequality at National and International Levels and the Communications Media, Peter Golding; The Decentering of Cultural Imperialism - Televisa-ion and Globo-ization in the Latin World, John Sinclair; Strategies for the Globalization of Culture in the 21st Century, Aggrey Brown; Toward a People's Pedagogy - the Freirean Legacy and the Progressive Cultural Movement in the Philippines, Maria Jovita Zarate; Action Research for Development Communications - Theory from Practice, Edna F. Einseidel. Part 2: Freirean Pedagogy and Higher Education - the Challenge of Postmodernism and the Politics of Race, Peter McLaren; Discourses of Discipline in South Africa - Rethinking Critical Pedagogies in Postmodernity, Roger Deacon; Cultural Action and the Limits to Solidarity and Participation, Costas Criticos; Questioning the Concept of Globalization - Some Pedagogic Challenges, M.A. Richards; Breaking Step - South African Oppositional Film and Media Education in Transition, Jeanne Prinslee; From Pedagogy to Praxis - Freire, Media Education and Changes at the End of the Millennium, Adriana Puiggres; Freirean Futures - Toward a Further Understanding of Participatory Communications, Pradip N. Thomas; Postscript - Some Words from Freire - an Unfinished Journey.