Posts by Shannon Daub and Bill Carroll

About Shannon Daub and Bill Carroll

Shannon Daub is the Associate Director of CCPA-BC and co-director of the Corporate Mapping Project. She oversees CCPA–BC’s extensive communication activities, which range from media strategy to online and offline public engagement efforts.

Shannon also undertakes and coordinates communication-related research. Her research interests include social movements, framing, environmental communication, and democratic capacity. Outside her day-to-day work life at CCPA, Shannon has taught in the School of Communication and Culture at Royal Roads University, is a trainer for Next Up (a leadership program for young people committed to social and environmental justice), volunteers on the board of the Wilderness Committee, and provides pro bono communication support to other social change groups.

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Bill Carroll teaches Sociology at the University of Victoria, and served as founding director of UVic’s Program in Social Justice Studies from 2008 to 2012. Since the mid-1980s, he has conducted collaborative research with social movement communities. His books include The Making of a Transnational Capitalist Class, Corporate Power and Canadian Capitalism Remaking Media (with Bob Hackett) and Organizing Dissent. Two 2016 books are Expose, Oppose, Propose: Alternative Policy Groups in the Struggle for Global Justice and A World to Win: Counter-Hegemony and Contemporary Social Movements (with Kanchan Sarker). His current project, “Mapping the power of the carbon-extractive corporate resource sector” (co-directed with Shannon Daub) traces modalities of corporate power within the global political economy, focusing particularly on carbon extraction in western Canada.

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