Fecha de Publicación
Fecha de Publicación: 
Enero 1, 2001
Año: 
2001
A study of the field of participatory communication for social change and how it is evolving. Reviews 50 illustrations of the power of community decision-making and action in Africa, Latin America and Asia. Highlights action that communicates the lives and circumstances of the economically poor and excluded in words and terms that they themselves use. "They are truly making waves by going against cultural norms, rebelling against forces that keep them down, broadcasting tales that were previously unheard by most" [from Foreword].

English version
  • The English translation of "Making Waves" is out of print and will not be reprinted.
  • Click here to download the English version in PDF format from the Communication for Social Change (CFSC) Consortium website.
  • Click here for a paginated HTML version of the English publication on The Communication Initiative website.

French version
  • Click here to download the French version in PDF format from the Communication for Social Change (CFSC) Consortium website.

  • Spanish version
    • For printed copies of the Spanish translation, please contact the Communication for Social Change (CFSC) Consortium at info@communicationforsocialchange.org
    • Click here to download the Spanish version in PDF format from the Communication for Social Change (CFSC) Consortium website.

    Prepared for the Rockefeller Foundation. Available with permission of the author and per a license agreement with the Communication for Social Change (CFSC) Consortium.
    Idiomas: 

    English, French, Spanish

    Numero de Páginas: 

    352