New book by Hanan Badr: Media Governance – A Cosmopolitan Critique

Editors Hanan Badr and Sarah Anne Ganter explore new perspectives on media governance in their new book  Media Governance – A Cosmopolitan Critique. Together with 16 scholars from around the world, they provide answers to important questions around international media regulation: What are the alternative perspectives on media governance coming from the global South? How can communication research be de-westernised? How can cosmopolitan critique provide a methodological approach to communication studies? The book is published in Palgrave’s  IAMCR series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research.


Read here what others say:

Media Governance Book CoverCommunication scholar Daya Thussu, Hong Kong Baptist University:
“…a very welcome addition to the growing literature in this field, especially since it privileges the much-neglected perspectives from the Global South. Highly recommended!”

Jairo Lugo-Ocando, Dean of the College of Communication, University of Sharjah,UAE:
„…a superb and innovative collection (…) one that is urgently needed!“

Karin Wilkins, Dean of the School of Communication, University of Miami:
„…collectively these chapters move toward correcting media scholarship that reinforces dominant narratives and imposes privileged positions as universal.“