Published July 1999
by Hampton Pr .
Written in English
|Contributions||Thomas L. Jacobson (Editor), Jan Servaes (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||394|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction / Thomas Jacobson and Jan. With its judicious blend of theoretical models and case studies and its refreshing ability to challenge received wisdom concerning participation, development, and communication processes, Participatory Communication will interest a wide range of academics and professionals as well as voluntary agencies. , English, Book edition: Theoretical approaches to participatory communication / edited by Thomas L. Jacobson, Jan Servaes. (DOC) The Theory and Practice of Participatory Communication | Paolo Mefalopulos - A dissertation assessing the methods, tools and results of an FAO Project that established a Centre of Communication for Development in the Southern Africa Region to enhance projects and programs results and sustainability using communication.
Participatory Communication Author: Thomas Tufte, Paolo Mefalopulos Created Date: 10/8/ AM. Development theories and participatory approaches Since the s, a diversity of theoretical and empirical traditions has converged in the field of development approaches. Participatory approaches are based on shared ownership of decision-making. This approach is a response to ‘top-down’ approaches to development, in which power and decision-making is largely in the hands of external development professionals. The top-down approach used to . is a platform for academics to share research papers.
Participatory communication is increasingly being considered a key component of development projects around the world. Therefore, the purpose of my research has been to conduct an in-depth review and comparison on how participatory communication has been conceived theoretically, in the literature, and practically, in a project dedicated to this approach. When the aim of communication is to contribute to sustainable development, it falls within the field of communication for social change, where the participatory approach is the norm. However, the context of instructional CSR communication poses challenges to the traditional conceptualisation of the participatory approach. Theoretical Approaches to Participatory Communication.(Book Review) by "Communication Research Trends"; Sociology and social work Books Book reviews. Printer Friendly. 25,, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. Keyword Title Author Topic. It’s an exciting time to be doing participatory communication work in development with an explosion of new methods, technologies, theories, and approaches taking place around the world. Nearly 90% of the world’s population is now covered by mobile phone signal. China has million Internet users (CNNIC /12). In South Africa 90% of the population have mobile phone subscriptions.