Presently receiving and reviewing submissions for the Spring & Summer 2010 issue
Authors are asked to examine meanings or perceptions of 'aid', 'relief' or 'bailout' that clash or align with conventional wisdom or common practices.
Possible themes, topics to be explored (in no way exhaustive):
1. How is aid, relief or bailout used as a political, cultural, economic, military, or hegemonic tool?
2. How does aid, relief or bailout communicate a political, cultural, military, economic, or hegemonic agenda?
3. What are the underlying, un-stated goals of those who supply aid, relief or bailout?
4. How is aid or relief itself a dyadic form of communication?