Florencia Enghel

Universitetslektor Medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap

Avdelningen för språk och kommunikation , Högskolan för lärande och kommunikation

Antologibidrag

Enghel, F. (2018). A ‘success story’ unpacked: doing good and communicating do-gooding in the Videoletters Project. In: F. Enghel & J. Noske-Turner (Ed.), Communication in international development: Doing good or looking good? (pp. 21 -38). London: Routledge More information
Enghel, F., Noske-Turner, J. (2018). Communication in international development: towards theorizing across hybrid practices. In: F. Enghel & J. Noske-Turner (Ed.), Communication in international development: Doing good or looking good? (pp. 1 -18). London: Routledge More information

Artikel

Enghel, F., Becerra, M. (2018). Here and There: (Re)Situating Latin America in International Communication Theory Communication Theory, 28(2), 111-130. More information

Konferensbidrag

Enghel, F. (2018). Can your attention save lives? Development cooperation for human rights as digital business and moral fix. Development Research Conference 2018, 22-23 August, Gothenburg, Sweden. More information
Enghel, F. (2018). Can your attention save lives? Human rights intervention as digital business + social media as moral fix. Prague ICA Pre-Conference:Global Media and Human Rights, May 23-24, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic. More information
Enghel, F. (2018). Latin American Communication Research in Dialogue with a High-Impact Academic Journal: Lessons Learnt and Future Strategies. ICA 2018 Preconference: Media and Governance in Latin America: Towards a Plurality of Voices, Prague, 24 May, Czech Republic. More information

Recension

Enghel, F. (2019). Who’s reporting Africa now?: Non-governmental organizations, journalists, and multimedia. More information
Enghel, F. (2018). Interpreting the Internet: Feminist and queer counterpublics in Latin America [book review). More information

Samlingsverk

(2018). Special Issue: Latin American Communication Theory Today: Charting Contemporary Developments and Their Global Relevance. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press More information
(2018). Communication in international development: Doing good or looking good?. London: Routledge More information

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