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Anstead, Nick (2015) Discourses about austerity among British political elites, 2003-2013. In: LSE Research Festival 2015, 21 May 2015, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Anstead, Nick and O'Loughlin, Ben (2015) Social media analysis and public opinion: the 2010 UK General Election. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 20 (2). pp. 204-220. ISSN 1083-6101

Archbold, Emma (2015) Politics, the public and the media: research on journalism and democracy. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (29 Apr 2015). Blog.

Archbold, Emma (2015) Student journalism and beyond. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (05 Feb 2015). Blog.

Asmolov, Gregory (2015) After a night in a forest. LSE Research Festival 2015, The London School of Economics and Political Science

Asmolov, Gregory (2015) Crowdsourcing and the folksonomy of emergency response: the construction of a mediated subject. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 6 (2). pp. 155-178. ISSN 1757-2681

Asmolov, Gregory (2015) Field situation centre by "Liza Alert". LSE Research Festival 2015, The London School of Economics and Political Science

Asmolov, Gregory (2015) From volunteers to doctors. LSE Research Festival 2015, The London School of Economics and Political Science

Asmolov, Gregory (2015) Vertical crowdsourcing in Russia: balancing governance of crowds and state-citizen partnership in emergency situations. Policy and Internet, 7 (3). pp. 292-318. ISSN 1944-2866

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Banaji, Shakuntala (2015) Behind the high-tech fetish: children, work and media use across classes in India. International Communication Gazette, 77 (6). pp. 519-532. ISSN 1748-0485

Banaji, Shakuntala (2015) Five issues raised by BBC ‘India’s Daughter’ documentary. South Asia @ LSE (07 Mar 2015). Blog.

Banaji, Shakuntala (2015) Have you seen The Hobbit films? Fill out this questionnaire. South Asia @ LSE (02 May 2015). Blog.

Banaji, Shakuntala and Ledwell, Christian (2015) Human rights, self-censorship and regulation: Shakuntala Banaji on the media under Modi (Part 1). South Asia @ LSE (14 May 2015). Blog.

Banaji, Shakuntala and Ledwell, Christian (2015) The internet, inclusion and democracy: Shakuntala Banaji on the media under Modi (Part 2). South Asia @ LSE (15 May 2015). Blog.

Battini, Noémie (2015) Media for social change. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (20 Nov 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) 2015: a year of crisis journalism that is reshaping news. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (30 Dec 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Are we losing the art of listening? (And how journalism can help get it back). POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (06 Dec 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) But how do you know that it’s true? Notes from #nishbr verification workshop. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (31 Mar 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Did the right wing press defeat Miliband? No. [12 reasons and counting]. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 May 2015). Blog.

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: journalism and society at the LSE (10 Sep 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) In next week’s exciting blog post we will find out what happened to that brilliant new narrative device idea. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (02 Mar 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Journalism is a childish practice: the future of news is hot tub time machine part two. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 Oct 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Networking across borders: from ancient Greece to today. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (21 Apr 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Our partisan press: does it matter to journalism or politics? POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (28 Apr 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Polis photography competition 2015: ‘political news’. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (20 May 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) This new noise: the extraordinary birth and troubled life of the BBC (book review). POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (05 Jun 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) What a mess. UK election 2015. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (06 May 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Why it matters who edits the Guardian. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (22 Feb 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The best Tweets from #Polis2015. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (04 Apr 2015). Blog.

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

Beckett, Charlie (2015) A big moment for the BBC but not quite yet. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (26 Feb 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The lesson for journalism from the VW diesel test scandal: get help. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (28 Sep 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The most stage-managed election campaign ever. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (23 May 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The party’s started too early. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (05 Jan 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The right response to Charlie Hebdo: fear and humanity. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (07 Jan 2015). Blog.

Beckett, Charlie and Chung, Nina (2015) How should corporations apologise? A new Polis research report. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (06 Feb 2015). Blog.

Benequista, Nicholas (2015) Journalism from the ‘Silicon Savannah’: the vexed relationship between Nairobi’s newsmakers and its ICT4D community. Stability: International Journal of Security and Development, 4 (1). pp. 1-16. ISSN 2165-2627

Berry, David M. and Borra, Erik and Helmond, Anne and Plantin, Jean-Christophe and Rettberg, Jill Walker (2015) The data sprint approach: exploring the field of Digital Humanities through Amazon’s application programming interface. Digital Humanities Quarterly, 9 (4). ISSN 1938-4122

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Alan Kurdi and parents as witnesses. Parenting for a Digital Future (07 Sep 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Decoding the ‘hour of code’. Parenting for a Digital Future (11 Dec 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Filmmakers/educators/facilitators? Understanding the role of adult intermediaries in youth media production in the UK and the USA. Journal of Children and Media, 9 (3). pp. 308-324. ISSN 1748-2798

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Five tips for doing research with schools, charities and NGOs. Parenting for a Digital Future (20 Apr 2015). Blog Entry.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Five tips for doing research with schools, charities and NGOs. Parenting for a digital future (20 Apr 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Headphones in or out? (De)prioritising the social in digital media and learning. Parenting for a Digital Future (30 Sep 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) How parents make the future. Parenting for a Digital Future (03 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) How parents make the future. Parenting for a digital future (03 Jun 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Parents are now ‘digital natives’ too – thoughts from the 2015 family online safety institute conference. Parenting for a Digital Future (23 Nov 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) Playing games together or hiding the tablet in the cupboard: what works when managing kids’ media use? Parenting for a Digital Future (18 Mar 2015). Blog Entry.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) 'Sharenting': parent bloggers and managing children’s digital footprints. Parenting for a Digital Future (17 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) What does it mean for children to have a 'voice' in research? Parenting for a Digital Future (17 Jul 2015). Blog Entry.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) What does it mean for children to have a ‘voice’ in research? Parenting for a digital future (17 Jul 2015). Blog.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) What foster and adoptive parents need to know about digital media part 1: the benefits. Parenting for a Digital Future (16 Apr 2015). Blog Entry.

Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) What foster and adoptive parents need to know about digital media part 2: the risks. Parenting for a Digital Future (29 Apr 2015). Blog Entry.

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Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Charlie Hebdo and the other within (guest blog). Polis blog (12 Jan 2015). Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Did Britain’s right-wing newspapers win the election for the Tories? Guest blog. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 May 2015). Blog.

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Movement media as technologies of self-mediation. In: Atton, Chris, (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 445-456. ISBN 9780415644044

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Neoliberalism and the post-hegemonic war of position: the dialectic between invisibility and visibilities. European Journal of Communication, 30 (5). pp. 522-538. ISSN 0267-3231

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Pirates on the liquid shores of liberal democracy: movement frames of European pirate parties. Javnost - the Public, 22 (1). pp. 19-36. ISSN 1318-3222

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Social media and activism. In: Mansell, Robin and Hwa, Peng, (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society. The Wiley Blackwell-ICA International Encyclopedias of Communication series. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, pp. 1027-1034. ISBN 9781118290743

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Technologies of self-mediation: affordances and constraints of social media for protest movements. In: Uldam, Julie and Vestergaard, Anne, (eds.) Civic Engagement and Social Media: Political Participation Beyond Protest. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 97-110. ISBN 9781137434173

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Technologies of self-mediation: affordances and constraintsof social media for protest movements. In: Uldam, Julie and Vestergaard, Anne, (eds.) Civic engagement and social media - political participation beyond the protest. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 87-110. ISBN 978-1-137-43415-9

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) There is no ‘Belgian problem’ with radical Islam – only a European one. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Nov 2015). Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Victims and perpetrators. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (25 Jun 2015). Blog.

Cefai, Sarah (2015) Love’s lesbian refrain of feeling: “Bette and Tina” and the subversion of heterosexual affect. Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge (28). ISSN 1555-9998

Cefai, Sarah (2015) Policing aboriginality in aboriginal policing: cultural labour and policing policy. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2. pp. 12-29. ISSN 0729-4352

Cefai, Sarah (2015) The critical feelings of Audre Lorde, from the standpoint of an academic minor. In: Broeck, Sabine and Bolaki, Stella, (eds.) Audre Lorde’s transnational legacies. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, MA. (In Press)

Chouliaraki, Lilie (2015) Digital witnessing in conflict zones: the politics of remediation. Information, Communication & Society, 18 (11). pp. 1362-1377. ISSN 1369-118X

Chouliaraki, Lilie (2015) Digital witnessing in war journalism: the case of post-Arab Spring conflicts. Popular Communication, 13 (2). pp. 105-119. ISSN 1540-5702

Clark, Wilma and Couldry, Nick and MacDonald, Richard and Stephansen, Hilde (2015) Digital platforms and narrative exchange: hidden constraints, emerging agency. New Media and Society, 17 (6). pp. 919-938. ISSN 1461-4448

Couldry, Nick (2015) Illusions of immediacy: rediscovering Hall's early work on media. Media, Culture and Society, 37 (4). pp. 637-644. ISSN 0163-4437

Couldry, Nick (2015) Researching social analytics: cultural sociology in the face of algorithmic power. In: Hanquinet, Laurie and Savage, Mike, (eds.) Routledge International Handbook of the Sociology of Art and Culture. Routledge International Handbooks. Routledge, pp. 383-395. ISBN 9780415855112

Couldry, Nick (2015) Social media: human life. Social Media and Society, 1 (1). ISSN 2056-3051

Couldry, Nick and Macdonald, Richard and Stephansen, Hilde and Clark, Wilma and Dickens, Luke and Fotopoulou, Aristea (2015) Constructing a digital storycircle: digital infrastructure and mutual recognition. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 18 (5). pp. 501-517. ISSN 1367-8779

Couldry, Nick and van Dijck, José (2015) Researching social media as if the social mattered. Social Media + Society, 1 (2). pp. 1-7. ISSN 2056-3051

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Di Paolo, Jessica (2015) Young people and politics: off-line social actions and digital activism. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (13 May 2015). Blog.

Dickens, Luke and Couldry, Nick and Fotopoulou, Aristea (2015) News in the community? Investigating emerging inter-local spaces of news production/consumption. Journalism Studies, 16 (1). pp. 97-114. ISSN 1461-670X

Dinic, Milan (2015) Citizen terrorism: the Paris killings and networked media. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 Jan 2015). Blog.

Diobaye, Ndeye Diarra (2015) French journalists have won back their gatekeeping function. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (24 Nov 2015). Blog.

Diobaye, Ndeye Diarra (2015) Should editors share analytics with journalists ? POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (30 Sep 2015). Blog.

Driessens, Olivier (2015) On the epistemology and operationalisation of celebrity. Celebrity Studies, 6 (3). pp. 370-373. ISSN 1939-2397

Driessens, Olivier (2015) The democratization of celebrity: mediatization, promotion and the body. In: Marshall, P. David and Redmond, Sean, (eds.) A Companion to Celebrity. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781118475010

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Eid, Joelle (2015) Merry Christmas from a Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (25 Dec 2015). Blog.

Eynon, Rebecca and Helsper, Ellen (2015) Family dynamics and internet use in Britain: what role do children play in adults' engagement with the internet? Information, Communication & Society, 18 (2). pp. 156-171. ISSN 1369-118X

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Forbess, Alex (2015) From ‘the interview’ to Charlie Hebdo. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (20 Jan 2015). Blog.

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Garland, Ruth (2015) Snowden and beyond (guest blog). POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (23 Jan 2015). Blog.

Garland, Ruth (2015) A ‘bizarre’ election of big money and hidden campaigning. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (01 May 2015). Blog.

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Haddon, Leslie (2015) Children’s critical evaluation of parental mediation. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 9 (1). p. 2. ISSN 1802-7962

Haddon, Leslie (2015) The pitfalls of parenting the internet. Parenting for a Digital Future (10 Jul 2015). Blog.

Haddon, Leslie and Vincent, Jane (2015) UK children’s experience of smartphones and tablets: perspectives from children, parents and teachers. Net Children Go Mobile, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Hardman, Isabel (2015) Better to be a cat: how to be a political journalist. Polis blog (08 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Helsper, Ellen and Deursen, Alexander J. A. M. van (2015) Digital skills in Europe: research and policy. In: Andreasson, Kim, (ed.) Digital divides. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 125-149.

Helsper, Ellen J. and van Deursen, Alexander J. A. M. and Eynon, Rebecca (2015) Tangible outcomes of Internet use: from digital skills to tangible outcomes project report. Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, UK.

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Kardefelt-Winther, Daniel (2015) A critical account of DSM-5 criteria for internet gaming disorder. Addiction Research & Theory, 23 (2). pp. 93-98. ISSN 1606-6359

Kissas, Angelos (2015) Political advertising in the crossroad of political pragmatism and political ideology. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies. pp. 88-102. ISSN 1986 - 3497

Kleberg, Carl Fridh (2015) The death of source protection? Protecting journalists' source in a post-Snowden age. LSE Polis, London, UK.

Koffman, Ofra and Orgad, Shani and Gill, Rosalind (2015) Girl power and ‘selfie humanitarianism’. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 29 (2). pp. 157-168. ISSN 1030-4312

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Lagoze, Carl and Edwards, Paul and Sandvig, Christian and Plantin, Jean-Christophe (2015) Should I stay or should I go? Alternative infrastructures in scholarly publishing. International Journal of Communication, 9. ISSN 1932-8036

Leurs, Koen (2015) Digital divides in the era of widespread Internet access: migrant youth negotiating hierarchies in digital culture. In: Walrave, M. and Ponnet, K. and Vanderhoven, E. and Haers, J. and Segaert, B., (eds.) Youth 2.0. Connecting, Sharing and Empowering: Affordances, Uses and Risks of Social Media. Springer, Cham, Switzerland. (In Press)

Leurs, Koen (2015) Digital passages: migrant youth 2.0: diaspora, gender and youth cultural intersections. MediaMatters . Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789089646408

Leurs, Koen (2015) Social media as contact zones: young Londoners remapping the metropolis through digital media. In: Ponzanesi, Sandra and Colpani, Gianmaria, (eds.) Postcolonial Transitions in Europe: Contexts, Practices and Politics. Rowman & Littlefield International, London, UK. ISBN 9781783484454

Leurs, Koen and De Haan, M. and Leander, K. (2015) Multi-geographical circuits of affectivity: locating YouTube viewing practices of migrant youths. In: Aslinger, Ben and Halegoua, Germaine, (eds.) Locating Emerging Media. Routledge studies in new media and cyberculture. Routledge, New Yourk, USA. ISBN 9780415818858

Leurs, Koen and de Haan, Mariëtte and Leander, Kevin (2015) Affective belongings across geographies: locating YouTube viewing practices of Moroccan-Dutch youth. In: Halegoua, Germaine R. and Aslinger, Ben, (eds.) Toward a Global / Local Perspective in Emerging Media. Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture (29). Routledge, London, UK, pp. 207-226. ISBN 9780415818858

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Active audiences?: the debate progresses but it is far from resolved. Communication Theory, 25 (4). pp. 439-446. ISSN 1050-3293

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) As ever younger kids go online, how is the family responding? Parenting for a Digital Future (12 Jun 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Audiences and publics: reflections on the growing importance of mediated participation. In: Coleman, Stephen and Moss, Giles and Parry, Katy, (eds.) Can the Media Serve Democracy? Essays in Honour of Jay G. Blumler. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 132-140. ISBN 9781137467911

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Children’s internet use is more personal, mobile and even fair – while parents pick up the cost. Parenting for a Digital Future (21 Oct 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) EU Kids Online: an introduction to the project. LSE Research Festival 2015, The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) From mass to social media?: advancing accounts of social change. Social Media + Society, 1 (1). pp. 1-3. ISSN 2056-3051

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Mobile opportunities for children. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (09 Feb 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) “The Parent App” is the anxious parent’s dream. Parenting for a Digital Future (17 Mar 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Parental education and digital skills matter most in guiding children’s internet use. Parenting for a Digital Future (21 Sep 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) When is sexual content online more a right than a risk? And how can parents figure this out? Parenting for a Digital Future (26 Oct 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Why label our time and life digital? Parenting for a Digital Future (26 May 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Why study parenting from a media studies perspective? Parenting for a Digital Future (24 Jul 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) Young juries want a fair internet: deliberating over digital rights. Parenting for a Digital Future (06 May 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia (2015) iRights – advocating for children’s rights online. Parenting for a Digital Future (19 Mar 2015). Blog.

Livingstone, Sonia and Byrne, Jasmina and Bulger, Monica (2015) Researching children's rights globally in the digital age. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Livingstone, Sonia and Mascheroni, Giovanna and Staksrud, Elisabeth (2015) Developing a framework for researching children’s online risks and opportunities in Europe. EU Kids Online, London, UK.

Livingstone, Sonia and Mason, Jessica (2015) Sexual rights and sexual risks among youth online: a review of existing knowledge regarding childrenand young people’s developing sexuality in relationto new media environments. European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online, London.

Livingstone, Sonia and Stoilova, Mariya (2015) Global Kids Online: children’s rights in the digital age - inception report. Global Kids Online, UNICEF, Office of Research–Innocenti and The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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MacDonald, Richard L. and Couldry, Nick and Dickens, Luke (2015) Digitization and materiality: researching community memory practice today. The Sociological Review, 63 (1). pp. 102-120. ISSN 0038-0261

Mansell, Robin (2015) EU Digital Single Market strategy: high priority, but the political choices are yet to come. LSE Media Policy Project (12 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Mansell, Robin (2015) Futures of knowledge societies: destabilization in whose interest? Information, Communication and Society, 18 (6). pp. 627-643. ISSN 1369-118X

Mansell, Robin (2015) Network neutrality, public and private internets and power in the post-MacBride era, Second Edition. In: Vincent, R. C. and Nordenstreng, K., (eds.) Towards Equity in Global Communication? Hampton Press, Cresskill, NJ, USA, pp. 175-190. ISBN 978-1-61290-151-4

Mansell, Robin (2015) Platforms of power. Intermedia, 43 (1). pp. 20-24. ISSN 0309-118X

Mansell, Robin (2015) The WSIS+10 lessons for digital development. LSE Media Policy Project (07 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Mansell, Robin (2015) The public’s interest in intermediaries. Info: the Journal of Policy, Regulation and Strategy for Telecommunication, Information and Media, 17 (6). pp. 8-18. ISSN 1463-6697

Mansell, Robin and Ang, Peng Hwa (2015) Introduction. In: Mansell, Robin and Ang, Peng Hwa, (eds.) The international encyclopedia of digital communication and society. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, xxiii-xxvi. ISBN 9781118290743

Mascheroni, Giovanna and Haddon, Leslie (2015) Children, risks and the mobile internet. In: Yan, Zheng, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior. IGI Global, Hershey, USA, pp. 1409-1418. ISBN 9781466682399

Mascheroni, Giovanna and Vincent, Jane and Jimenez, Estefanía (2015) “Girls are addicted to likes so they post semi-naked selfies”: peer mediation, normativity and the construction of identity online. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 9 (1). p. 5. ISSN 1802-7962

Meng, Bingchun and Rantanen, Terhi (2015) A change of lens: a call to compare media in China and Russia. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 32 (1). pp. 1-15. ISSN 1529-5036

Morris, Hanna (2015) Calling for a revolution in climate change rhetoric. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (06 Oct 2015). Blog.

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Nash, Victoria and Adler, Joanna R. and Horvath, Miranda A.H. and Livingstone, Sonia and Marston, Cicely and Owen, Gareth and Wright, Joss (2015) Identifying the routes by which children view pornography online: implications for future policy-makers seeking to limit viewing. Department for Culture, Media and Sport, London, UK.

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Orgad, Shani (2015) Underline, celebrate, mitigate, erase: humanitarian NGOs’ strategies of communicating difference. In: Cottle, S. and Cooper, G., (eds.) Humanitarianism, Communications and Change. Peter Lang, New York, USA, pp. 117-132. ISBN 9781433125263

Orgad, Shani (2015) Why does the media ‘love stay at home mums’? POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (10 Mar 2015). Blog.

Orgad, Shani and De Benedictis, Sara (2015) The 'stay-at-home' mother, postfeminism and neoliberalism: content analysis of UK news coverage. European Journal of Communication, 30 (4). pp. 418-436. ISSN 0267-3231

Orgad, Shani and Nikunen, Kaarina (2015) The humanitarian makeover. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 12 (3). pp. 229-251. ISSN 1479-1420

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2015) How do parents influence their children’s attitudes to life? Parenting for a Digital Future (02 Apr 2015). Blog Entry.

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2015) How do parents influence their children’s attitudes to life? Parenting for a digital future (02 Apr 2015). Blog.

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2015) Young children and digital technology in Europe: important but not dominating. Parenting for a Digital Future (26 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja (2015) Young children and digital technology in Europe: important but not dominating. Parenting for a digital future (26 Jun 2015). Blog.

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Paterson, Chris and Gangadharan, Seeta Peña (2015) Federal Communication Commission (FCC). In: Donsbach, W., (ed.) The Concise Encyclopedia of Communication. Wiley, Blackwell, Malden, USA. ISBN 9781118789308

Plantin, Jean-Christophe (2015) The politics of mapping platforms: participatory radiation mapping after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. Media, Culture & Society, 37 (6). pp. 904-921. ISSN 0163-4437

Polonska-Kimunguyi, Eva (2015) Research focus: European media discourses of Africa. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (16 Dec 2015). Blog.

Powell, Alison (2015) Open culture and innovation: integrating knowledge across boundaries. Media, Culture and Society, 37 (3). pp. 376-393. ISSN 0163-4437

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Quinney, Johanna (2015) Public relations is not the devil after all. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (16 Oct 2015). Blog.

Quinney, Johanna (2015) The death of consortium network TV debates in Canada’s 42nd general election. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (17 Oct 2015). Blog.

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Rantanen, Terhi and Belakova, Nikola (2015) Why is it important to study the media and politics in new democracies. In: Zielonka, Jan, (ed.) Media and Politics in New Democracies. Europe in a Comparative Perspective. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 305-321. ISBN 9780198747536

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Scammell, Margaret (2015) Politics and image: the conceptual value of branding. Journal of Political Marketing, 14 (1-2). pp. 7-18. ISSN 1537-7857

Seeck, Hannele and Rantanen, Terhi (2015) Media events, spectacles and risky globalization: a critical review and possible avenues for future research. Media, Culture & Society, 37 (2). pp. 163-179. ISSN 0163-4437

Sefton-Green, Julian (2015) Negotiating the pedagogicization of everyday life: the art of learning. In: Watkins, Megan and Noble, Greg and Driscoll, Catherine, (eds.) Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct. CRESC: Culture, Economy and the Social. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 45-59. ISBN 9781138014411

Sefton-Green, Julian (2015) Not just playing games: moving on from hobbies to digital jobs. Parenting for a Digital Future (25 Mar 2015). Blog.

Seu, Irene Bruna and Flanagan, Frances and Orgad, Shani (2015) The Good Samaritan and the Marketer: public perceptions of humanitarian and international development NGOs. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 20 (3). pp. 211-225. ISSN 14654520

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Tambini, Damian (2015) Five theses on public media and digitization:from a 56-country study. International Journal of Communication, 9 (2015). pp. 1400-1424. ISSN 1932-8036

Tambini, Damian (2015) Problems and solutions for public service broadcasting: reflections on a 56 country study. In: Arriaza Ibarra, Karen and Nowak, Eva and Kuhn, Raymond, (eds.) Public service media in europe: a comparative approach. Routledge studies in European communication research and education. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 41-52. ISBN 9781138020689

Torfeh, Massoumeh (2015) Iran rhetoric: all talk, action not likely. Al Jazeera (10 Apr 2015). Opinion Piece.

Torfeh, Massoumeh (2015) Iran talks: moving beyond 'worn out' policies. Al Jazeera (18 Jan 2015). Opinion Piece.

Torfeh, Massoumeh (2015) Iran's best chance for a 'good deal'. Al Jazeera (13 Feb 2015). Opinion Piece.

Torfeh, Massoumeh (2015) Iran's hardliners win if Netanyahu gets his way. Al Jazeera (05 Mar 2015). Opinion Piece.

Torfeh, Massoumeh (2015) Rouhani did not keep his promises on human rights. Al Jazeera (14 Mar 2015). Opinion Piece.

Torfeh, Massoumeh (2015) The new old cabinet in Afghanistan. Al Jazeera (13 Jan 2015). Opinion Piece.

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Uhls, Yalda T. and Blum-Ross, Alicia (2015) New advice for ‘media moms and digital dads’: an interview with Yalda T. Uhls. Parenting for a Digital Future (14 Dec 2015). Blog.

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Vincent, Jane (2015) Mobile opportunities: exploring positive mobile opportunities for European children. POLIS, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Vincent, Jane (2015) The mobile phone: an emotionalised social robot. In: Vincent, J. and Taipale, S. and Sapio, B. and Lugano, G. and Fortunati, L., (eds.) Social Robots from a Human Perspective. Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 105-115. ISBN 9783319156712

van Deursen, Alexander and Helsper, Ellen (2015) A nuanced understanding of Internet use and non-use amongst older adults. European Journal of Communication, 30 (2). pp. 171-187. ISSN 0267-3231

van Deursen, Alexander J. A. M. and Helsper, Ellen J. (2015) The third-level digital divide: who benefits most from being online? In: Robinson, Laura and Cotten, Shelia R. and Schulz, Jeremy and Hale, Timothy M. and Williams, Apryl, (eds.) Communication and Information Technologies Annual. Studies in Media and Communications,10. Emerald, pp. 29-52. ISBN 9781785603815

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Willems, Wendy (2015) Alternative mediation, power and civic agency in Africa. In: Atton, Chris, (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415644044

Willems, Wendy (2015) Race and the reproduction of colonial mythologies on land: a postcolonial reading of British media discourse on Zimbabwe. In: Mano, Winston, (ed.) Racism, Ethnicity and Media in Africa: Mediating Conflict in the Twenty-First Century. International library of African studies. I. B.Tauris, London, UK. ISBN 9781780767055

Willems, Wendy (2015) Risky dialogues: the performative state and the nature of power in a postcolony. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 27 (3). pp. 356-369. ISSN 1369-6815

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Zamurd-Butt, Henna (2015) How digital spaces can disrupt the media landscape. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (13 Nov 2015). Blog.

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