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Abstracts and full papers are invited from interested academicians, research scholars, activists and media practitioners. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

•         LGBTQ / Queer visibilities in and through social media
•         Body positivity in media / social media
•         Access, Poverty and Media
•         Political economy of start-up digital firms: Have they refashioned the discourse of media access?
•         Access Denied or Enabled: Injustice to women and media reportage
•         Media, inclusivism and differently abled
•         (de)legitimising media: how is access configured? 
•         Connected Activism or Fragmented connectivism: Social media offerings for citizens
•         Political participation and local people: speaking loudly about social issues
•         Documentaries and representations of media access
•         Films as access points for literacy
•         Droning and Surveillance: Access society or control society? 
•         Invasive data gathering and Privacy rights
•         Access to information: Symmetry or Asymmetry
•         Understanding media access from feminist perspectives
•         Media literacy on what to access than access per se
•         Gendered labour and women’s political participation
•         Free Software and Open Access
•         Platform Politics
•         Internet: A site for potential discrimination or equality
•         Privacy and Data Protection Policy
•         Media, disability and the politics of participation
•         Access to excess content: Spectacles of screened reality and imageries
•         Reality and truth in access-driven mediatised society
•         Digital media accessibility and identities
•         Histories of images in/through archives (photographs, films, engravings, paintings, videos, games etc.)
•         Politics of images in contemporary cultures
•         Accessibility in E-content courseware
•         Accessibility, conflicting forms of knowledge and social reality
•         Accessing science through media
•         Communicating environment through Media
•         Accessibility, technologies and health