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Article

Beckett, Charlie and Mansell, Robin (2008) Crossing boundaries: new media and networked journalism. Communication, Culture and Critique, 1 (1). pp. 92-104. ISSN 1753-9129

Book Section

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Labour lost, newspaper coverage of the 2010 general election. In: Kavanagh, Dennis and Cowley, Philip, (eds.) The British General Election of 2010. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230521896

Scammell, Margaret and Beckett, Charlie (2010) Labour no more: the press. In: Kavanagh, Dennis and Cowley, Philip, (eds.) The British General Election of 2010. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK, pp. 280-305. ISBN 9780230521902

Monograph

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Communicating for change: media and agency in the networked public sphere. POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Globalisation, the media and UK communities. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK. ISBN 9781859357934

Beckett, Charlie (2010) The value of networked journalism. POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Scott, Andrew, Murray, Andrew D. and Beckett, Charlie (2009) Response to the Ministry of Justice Consultation on Defamation on the Internet: the Multiple Publication Rule (consultation paper CP20/09 - November 2009). The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Beckett, Charlie, Livingstone, Sonia, Buckingham, David, Davies, Chris, Willett, Rebekah and Das, Ranjana (2009) 'Digital natives': a myth? Das, Ranjana and Beckett, Charlie (eds.) POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Beckett, Charlie (2007) The practicalities and politics of online journalism. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Beckett, Charlie and Kyrke-Smith, Laura (eds.) (2007) Development, governance and the media: the role of the media in building African society. POLIS Report, POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Beckett, Charlie (2006) Killing journalism. London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

Conference or Workshop Item

Chouliaraki, Lilie, Beckett, Charlie and Mansell, Robin (2006) Morality and media in the 21st Century - a panel in celebration of the work of Professor Roger Silverstone. In: Morality and media in the 21st Century - a panel in celebration of the work of Professor Roger Silverstone, 16th October 2006, LSE. (Unpublished)

Book

Beckett, Charlie (2011) WikiLeaks: news in the networked era. Polity Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780745659756

Beckett, Charlie (2008) SuperMedia: saving journalism so it can save the world. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK. ISBN 9781405179249

Website

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Ethics will be as central as economics to the future of the news industry. LSE Business Review (21 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) How journalism is turning emotional and what that might mean for news. Polis blog (10 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The most stage-managed election campaign ever. Polis blog (23 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Is source protection dead? A Polis/ Journalistfonden report. Polis blog (14 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Did the right wing press defeat Miliband? no. [12 reasons and counting]. Polis blog (12 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) What a mess. UK election 2015. Polis blog (06 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Election watch: media notes on #GE2015. Polis blog (05 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Is this the end of the future of news? Polis blog (29 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Our partisan press: does it matter to journalism or politics? Polis blog (28 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Networking across borders: from ancient Greece to today. Polis blog (21 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) But how do you know that it’s true? Notes from #nishbr verification workshop. Polis blog (31 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) How bad is breaking news? Polis blog (28 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) In next week’s exciting blog post we will find out what happened to that brilliant new narrative device idea. Polis blog (02 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) A big moment for the BBC but not quite yet. Polis blog (26 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) This election will be complex, simple, social. so how do we cover it? polis conference preview #polis2015. Polis blog (24 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Why it matters who edits the Guardian. Polis blog (22 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Good news is no news? Polis blog (02 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The right response to Charlie Hebdo: fear and humanity. Polis blog (07 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The party’s started too early. Polis blog (05 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) The philosopher king of networked journalism stands down, the legacy lives. Polis blog (10 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Should broadcasters credit newspapers when they follow up on their scoops? Polis blog (05 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Tech v hacks: time for a truce? Polis blog (28 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Ed Miliband’s problem with the Sun (and the working classes in general). Polis blog (23 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) The generation game: signs of hope as news media industry change matures? Polis blog (23 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) “How do you feel?”: the role of emotion in journalism – new research project. Polis blog (05 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Leadership? you’re having a laugh. Polis blog (04 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Where next for the (broadcast) political interview? David Dimbleby looks back and forward. Polis blog (18 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Do the media control our minds? Polis blog (06 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Hong Kong rising: does the beauty of crowds distract from the politics? Polis blog (30 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) What can we learn about getting people involved in politics from the Scottish referendum? (video). Polis blog (21 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) How can we use media to get people more engaged in politics? Polis blog (05 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) What does the Brooks Coulson phone-hacking verdict tell us about editors’ responsibility for their newsrooms? Polis blog (24 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Twitter: dead or alive? Polis blog (02 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) In reply to Alastair Campbell – journalism and politics. Polis blog (20 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Lessons from the ‘fabricated’ 3d printer gun story. Polis blog (25 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Reinventing journalism education by reinventing the university as journalism reinvents itself. Polis blog (16 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Tony Hall’s joined up BBC. Polis blog (08 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Diversity: can it pay a digital dividend? Polis blog (01 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Can journalism count as an academic research output? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Revenge of the evil empire and why I’m backing Darth Vader: my case against statutory newspaper regulation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) There is an immediate mess to be cleared up and then the BBC needs longer term restructuring. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The BBC, Savile, Panorama and Newsnight: closed system, closed minds? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The art of the impossible: Cameron and the reshuffle. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Brown at Leveson: the politicisation of the press. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) What we’ve learnt from a weird week in politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Why I think the Kony 2012 campaign is wrong. Polis blog (09 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The nature of bearing witness: Sainte Chapelle, the Nazis and Palestine. Polis blog (24 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Who is to blame when Africa starves: media, governments or NGOs? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) After years of false debate from Eurosceptics and Europhiles alike, today’s ‘VE Day’ moment may mean that a real discussion about the UK’s role in Europe can now begin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Life’s not fair: the public’s perception of cuts is what matters in the end. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) ‘Performance protests’ get the most attention but they are neither radical nor innovative. They may even focus attention away from more important campaigns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie, Cammaerts, Bart, Carrera, Leandro N. and Leunig, Tim (2011) All change in the UK’s welfare state?: first thoughts on what policy commitments should go, and which should not. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Julian Assange: the unauthorised autobiography. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) The NoTW closure marks a massive moment in the balance between news media and authority. In a world where power is mediated so intensively, it is vital that the citizen has the right information and proper forums for open and fair debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) ‘Social Mobility’ is now nonsense – especially in a time of cuts and income reduction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Saturday’s demonstrations showed the media’s difficulties in reporting the issues and the actions of a small group of protesters at the same time. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Taming the feral beasts of the media requires greater transparency from government, but can Downing Street ever be honest? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) A Newscorp takeover of BSkyB will not significantly shift media power: blocking the deal could set a poor precedent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Can you bust the media drug myths? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Wikileaks: an example of ‘new’ and ‘old’ media collaboration. But does freedom of expression trump diplomatic confidentiality? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Did Ed’s first speech change the story? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) It’s beastly being Blair: lessons for political media from A journey. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) The Prime Minister’s salary is the size of Wales. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) How do you report a hung parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Françoise, Jones, George W., Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Travers, Tony, Beckett, Charlie, Hosein, Gus, Carrera, Leandro N. and Leunig, Tim (2010) LSE election experts reflect on the election result. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Is this how history isn’t made? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Can you report tactical voting in a balanced way? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Brown and the ‘bigoted woman’: the control freak caught out. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Process not policy: has the media ignored the issues for the X factor? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Tonight a tv programme becomes the most important moment in British politics for 25 years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) TV is the new media for this election: connecting people & politicians. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Adam Boulton: here comes the election storm. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Politics as theatre: now let the real drama begin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Election ‘10: the media matters but which media? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) How Labour will win with old TV and new media (says Douglas Alexander). British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

This list was generated on Thu May 5 15:40:58 2016 BST.