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Jennifer Reid   /   January 26, 2020

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Welcome weary traveler to the Winnipeg School of Communication’s corner of the Internet. Here you will find a variety of content with a focus on the study of media, as well as suggestions on how to teach media literacy to both secondary and post-secondary students. Winnsox.com went live as of March 19, 2020. Our official launch date is now set to early June 2020 due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. The first issue of our journal WINNSOX will be available soon.

We’ve taken a “deep green media ecology” approach to the study of the media. The four elements of our deep green media ecology approach consist of communication, media, education, and ecology. Considering the great impact of media on our contemporary society we need to “understand” media as never before. It comes as no surprise that the human species needs to transition to a sustainable way of life now. Understanding media is the key. The Winnipeg School of Communication is here to help with that very transition.

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The Winnipeg School of Communication is an interdisciplinary collective of media researchers, scholars, and activists who advocate for a Deep Green Media Ecology approach to understanding the current situation on planet Earth.