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Peter Bray and and Marta Rzepecka

media, health, interpersonal, and mass communication, and media literacy, political, and small group communication. 12 As to the origins of peace and conflict research within communication scholarship, they can be traced back to the mid-1950s when peace and conflict studies developed into an academic


Robin Sabino

“privilege[s]” native speakers as teachers and developers of theory (Hackert 2012:157). Even insightful theorists like Darvin and Norton (2015:41) prioritize speech, observing that with the global accessibility of digital media, “literacy has become even more essential in being able to claim the right to