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Community-based media pedagogies : relational practices of listening in the commons / edited by Bronwen Low, Chloë Brushwood Rose, and Paula M. Salvio.
New York, NY ; Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
xi, 128 pages ; 24 cm.
Routledge research in education.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Other Authors:
Brushwood Rose, Chloë T. (Chloë Tamara), 1972- editor.

Low, Bronwen E., editor.

Salvio, Paula M., editor.
1138899526 hardback

9781138899520 hardback

9781315707815 electronic book


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Book P95.46.C734

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Participatory media is a tool for individual and community education and development, allowing students to express and share their ideas and opinions, and to contribute to the production of the commons. Vital to the storytelling in these community spaces is listening¿the listening of project facilitators to participants, of participants to each other, and of the public to the stories that emerge through these projects. Community-based Media Pedagogies examines the role of listening across community media sites to explore its relational qualities and to identify the kinds of teaching and learning that happen in these spaces. Drawing on community media projects and pedagogies across New York, Toronto, and Montreal, this volume documents the stories of racialized and marginalized minority youth and immigrants, and explores which relations and spaces facilitate listening.

Author Notes

Bronwen Low is Associate Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University, CA.

Chlo¿rushwood Rose is Associate Professor of Curriculum Theory at York University, Toronto, CA.

Paula M. Salvio is Professor of Education at University of New Hampshire, USA.