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Anstead, Nick and O'Loughlin, Ben (2011) Twenty20 as media event. Sport in Society, 14 (10). pp. 1340-1357. ISSN 1743-0437
Berry, David M., Borra, Erik, Helmond, Anne, 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
Cammaerts, Bart and Carpentier, Nico (2009) Blogging the 2003 Iraq War: challenging the ideological model of war and mainstream journalism? OBServatorio (OBS*), 9 . pp. 1-23. ISSN 1646-5954
Chouliaraki, Lilie (2012) Re-mediation, inter-mediation, trans-mediation. Journalism Studies, 14 (2). pp. 267-283. ISSN 1461-670X
Larcinese, Valentino, Puglisi, Riccardo and Snyder, Jr., James M. (2011) Partisan bias in economic news: evidence on the agenda-setting behavior of U.S. newspapers. Journal of Public Economics, 95 (9-10). pp. 1178-1189. ISSN 0047-2727
Livingstone, Sonia and Markham, Tim (2008) The contribution of media consumption to civic participation. British Journal of Sociology, 59 (2). pp. 351-371. ISSN 0007-1315
McPherson, Ella (2012) Spot news versus reportage: newspaper models, the distribution of newsroom credibility, and implications for democratic journalism in Mexico. International Journal of Communication, 6 . pp. 2301-2317. ISSN 1932-8036
Sefton-Green, Julian (2006) Chapter 8: youth, technology, and media cultures. Review of Research in Education, 30 (1). pp. 279-306. ISSN 0091-732X
Stewart, Ian B. (2015) Of crofters, Celts and claymores: the Celtic Magazine and the Highland cultural nationalist movement, 1875-88. Historical Research, 89 (243). pp. 88-113. ISSN 0950-3471
Yang, Guobin and Calhoun, Craig (2007) Media, civil society, and the rise of a green public sphere in China. China Information, 21 (2). pp. 211-236. ISSN 0920-203X
Yang, Guobin and Calhoun, Craig (2008) Media, power, and protest in China: from the cultural revolution to the internet. Harvard Asia Pacific Review, 9 (2). pp. 9-13. ISSN 1522-1113
Bakker, Gerben (2011) Trading facts: Arrow's fundamental paradox and the origins of global news networks. In: Putnis, Peter, Kaul, Chandrika and Wilke, Jurgen, (eds.) International Communication and Global News Networks: Historical Perspectives. Hampton Press, New York, USA, pp. 9-53. ISBN 9781612890555
Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Mediation and resistance. In: Tomanić Trivundža, Ilija, Carpentier, Nico, Nieminen, Hannu, Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Pille, Kilborn, Richard, Olsson, Tobias and Sundin, Ebba, (eds.) Critical Perspectives on the European Mediasphere, the Intellectual Work of the 2011 Ecrea European Media and Communication Doct. The Researching and teaching communication series(6). Faculty of Social Sciences: Založba FDV, Tartu, Estonia, pp. 41-56. ISBN 9789612355838
Couldry, Nick (2003) Passing ethnographies: rethinking the sites of agency and reflexivity in a mediated world. In: Murphy, Patrick and Kraidy, Marwan, (eds.) Global Media Studies: an Ethnographic Perspective. Routledge, New York, USA, pp. 40-56. ISBN 9780415314411
Georgiou, Myria (2012) Media, diaspora and the transnational context: cosmopolitanizing cross-national comparative research? In: Volkmer, Ingrid, (ed.) The Handbook of Global Media Research. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, pp. 365-380. ISBN 9781405198707
Livingstone, Sonia (2012) Challenges to comparative research in a globalizing media landscape. In: Esser, Frank and Hanitzsch, Thomas, (eds.) Handbook of Comparative Communication Research. ICA handbook series. Routledge, New York, USA, pp. 415-429. ISBN 9780415802710
Mansell, Robin (2004) New media and the power of networks. In: Humphreys, Patrick, Adam, F, Brezillon, P and Pomerol, J.C, (eds.) Decision Making and Decision Support in the Internet Age: Proceedings of Dsiage 2002 : an Ifip Wg 8.3 Open Conference. Oaktree Press, IRL, Cork. ISBN 9781860762468
McPherson, Ella (2012) How editors choose which human rights to cover: a case study of Mexican newspapers. In: Borer, Tristan Anne, (ed.) Media, Mobilization and Human Rights: Mediating Suffering. Zed Books, London, UK, pp. 96-121. ISBN 9781780320687
Scammell, Margaret (2001) The press disarmed. In: Butler, David and Kavanagh, Dennis, (eds.) The British General Election of 2001. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire, UK, pp. 156-181. ISBN 9780333740323
Ward, Robert E. T. (2009) Climate change, the public, and the media in the UK: a watershed moment. In: Boyce, Tammy and Lewis, Justin, (eds.) Climate Change and the Media: Global Crises and the Media. Peter Lang Publishing, New York, USA, pp. 59-64. ISBN 9781433104602
Yang, Guobin and Calhoun, Craig (2007) Media, civil society, and the rise of a green public sphere in China. In: Ho, Peter and Edmonds, Richard Louis, (eds.) China's Embedded Activism: Opportunities and Constraints of a Social Movement. Routledge studies on China in transition. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 69-88. ISBN 9780-415433747
Dittmar, Jeremiah (2015) New media, competition and growth: European cities after Gutenberg. CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1365. Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Dittmar, Jeremiah and Seabold, Skipper (2015) Media, markets and institutional change: evidence from the Protestant Reformation. CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1367. Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Scott, Andrew (2009) Flash flood or slow burn?: celebrities, photographers and protection from harassment. LSE law, society and economy working papers, 13-2009. Department of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Darmon, Keren and Romo, Lara (2003) Putting out the Cerro Grande fire: a case study in government crisis communication. In: Public Relations Society of America Annual Conference, 26th October 2003, New Orleans, USA. (Unpublished)
Carpentier, Nico, Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Pille, Nordenstreng, Kaarle, Hartmann, Maren, Vihalemm, Peeter, Cammaerts, Bart, Nieminen, Hannu and Olsson, Tobias, eds. (2008) Democracy, journalism and technology: new developments in an enlarged Europe, the intellectual work of the 2008 European media and communication doctoral summer school. The Researching and teaching communication series , 4 . Tartu University Press, Tartu, Estonia. ISBN 9789949119721
Couldry, Nick, Hepp, Andreas and Krotz, Friedrich, eds. (2010) Media events in a global age. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780415477109
Bailey, Olga, Cammaerts, Bart and Carpentier, Nico (2012) Media alternatywne. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońsk. ISBN 9788323332411
Chouliaraki, Lilie (2012) The ironic spectator: solidarity in the age of post-humanitarianism. Polity Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780745642109
Lunt, Peter and Livingstone, Sonia (2012) Media regulation: governance and the interests of citizens and consumers. SAGE Publications Ltd , London, England. ISBN 9780857025708
Dworkin, Ronald, Griffith, J. A. G., Hewitt, Patricia, Hill, Christopher, Hodgkin, Dorothy, Hodgkin, Thomas, Miliband, Ralph, Sapper, Alan, Saville, John, Smythe, Tony and Franckenburg, John B. (1976) Letter to the editor: journalists' right to a fair trial. Times (30 Nov 1976) p. 17.
Beckett, Charlie (2010) How do you report a hung parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 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.
Beetham, David (2011) The News International scandal is just the tip of the iceberg of unelected oligarchies and corporate power in Britain’s democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.
Brienza, Casey (2014) Book review: Anime: a history by Jonathan Clements. LSE Review of Books (06 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.
Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Performing resistance, very real problems and the 99% (guest blog). LSE POLIS Charlie Becket on Journalism and Society (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.
Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Wapping-gate exposes serious questions about the ethics of UK journalism and the collusion of media, politics and security forces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.
Choudhury, Barnie (2011) No matter the outcome of the phone hacking scandal, there will always be a deep seated relationship between politicians and the press, which will be very difficult to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.
Hancock, Avery (2010) Will the UK media ever grow up in how they cover women in politics?: the case of Ekaterina Zatuliveter shows that sexist attitudes remain pervasive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.
Hanretty, Chris (2014) “Horse-race” coverage of elections is most common in polarised party systems in close electoral contests. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.
Heller, Lambert (2016) Five minutes with Lambert Heller: “do we need an open operating system of science?”. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.
Meyer, Henning (2007) A victim of populism. Guardian (21 Mar 2007) Opinion Piece.
Partridge, Matthew (2011) The government should resist calls for further press regulation in the wake of the phone hacking scandal. Further regulation would seriously hamper independent journalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.
Richter, Barbara (2011) Book review: networked: a contemporary history of news in transition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.
Seal, Lizzie (2011) Historical views on the abolition of the death penalty can help to put the latest Sun campaign in context. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.
Tambini, Damian (2012) Book review: European media: structures, politics and identity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.
Tambini, Damian (2011) Government inquiries into phone hacking and the media’s role must ensure a wide debate and lead to genuine reforms. The public must have fast, free and fair access to redress in cases of press intrusion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.
Tambini, Damian (2012) The media integration project in Europe barely got off the ground, and with the current crisis it’s not likely to anytime soon. LSE Review of Books (20 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.
Tijdink, Joeri, Vinkers, Christiaan and Otte, Wim (2016) Are scientific findings exaggerated? study finds steady increase of superlatives in PubMed abstracts. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.
Ward, Robert E. T. (2011) The Daily Mail owners buy climate change, so why doesn’t the paper? Guardian (16 Jun 2011) Other.
Worcester, Robert and Herve, Jayme (2010) Was it the Sun (and the Times) wot (nearly) won it? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.