MARG: toward an antiauthoritarian profeminist media research methodology Sandra Jeppesen, Toni Hounslow, Sharmeen Khan and Kamilla Petrick | 2017 | article in Feminist Media Studies In this article we map a taxonomy of activist-research, illustrating how MARG brings together five specific methodologies— activist-led issue-based research, militant participatory ethnography, feminist community
Direct-action journalism: resilience in grassroots autonomous media Sandra Jeppesen | 2016 | article in Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies Situating grassroots autonomous media within complex contemporary media ecologies and protest movements, this article uses resilience theory to critically analyse the characteristics generative of adaptive capacity in alternative media
Understanding alternative media power: mapping content & practice to theory, ideology, and political action Sandra Jeppesen | 2016 | article in Democratic Communiqué Alternative media is a term that signifies a range of media forms and practices, from radical critical media to independent media, and from grassroots autonomous media to
Media ecologies and protest movements: main perspectives and key lessons Emiliano Treré, Alice Mattoni | 2016 | article in Information, Communication & Society Studies adopting the media ecology metaphor to investigate social movements form a promising strand of literature that has emerged in the last years to overcome the communicative
Fast times in hallowed halls: Making time for activism in a culture of speed Kamilla Petrick | 2015 | article in Studies in Social Justice This article examines the implications of the social acceleration of time for the capacity of activist-scholars to engage in collective action. Drawing on interdisciplinary literature
The Anarchist Commons Sandra Jeppesen, Anna Kruzynski, Rachel Sarrasin, Émilie Breton | 2014 | article in Ephemera: theory & politics in organization Analyzing the anarchist commons in Montreal, Canada, using participatory action research interviews with 127 participants, we find that anti-authoritarian groups and networks addressing disparate but connected struggles are
Grassroots autonomous media practices: a diversity of tactics Sandra Jeppesen, Anna Kruzynski, Aaron Lakoff and Rachel Sarrasind | 2014 | article in Journal of Media Practice A participatory action research study of anti-authoritarian activist media practices in Quebec, Canada, was carried out by the Collectif de Recherche sur l’Autonomie Collective.
Beyond academic freedom: Canadian neoliberal universities in the global context Sandra Jeppesen and Holly Nazar | 2012 | article in TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies In April 2010, the University of Toronto announced receipt of a thirty-five million dollar donation from the Peter and Melanie Munk Charitable Foundation to