Research Centre for Media and Journalism Studies

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  1. 2020
  2. Eldridge II, S. (2020). Legitimating new media actors: Unwelcome strangers to the journalistic field. In S. Peña-Fernández, & K. Meso-Ayerdi (Eds.), Active Audiences: Empowering Citizens' Discourse in the Hybrid Media System (1 ed., pp. 13-24). McGraw-Hill.
  3. Dagoula, C., Harrison, J., & Katsirea, I. (2020). IPSO research on editorial standards & complaints handling. University of Sheffield.
  4. Smit, R. (2020). Connective Memory Work on Justice for Mike Brown. In S. Merrill, E. Keightley, & P. Daphi (Eds.), Social Movements, Cultural Memory and Digital Media : Mobilising Mediated Remembrance (pp. 85-108). (Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies book series (PMMS)). Palgrave MacMillan.
  5. Santos Silva, M., & Eldridge II, S. (2020). The Ethics of Photojournalism in the Digital Age. (1st ed.) Abingdon: Routledge.
  6. Apprich, C. (2020). The Never-ending Network: A Repetitive and (thus) Differentiating Concept of Our Time. In K. Gansing, & I. Luchs (Eds.), The Eternal Network: The Ends and Becoming of Network Culture (pp. 24-32). Institute of Network Cultures.
  7. Apprich, C., Dragona, D., Lovink, G., Wüst, F., & Gansing, K. (2020). What Was the Network? A Conversation on the Possibilities and Limits of the Network Imaginary. In K. Gansing, & I. Luchs (Eds.), The Eternal Network: The Ends and Becoming of Network Culture (pp. 14-22). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.
  8. Ganesh, B., & Bright, J. (Eds.) (2020). Extreme Digital Speech: Contexts, Responses, and Solutions. Dublin: VOX-Pol Network of Excellence.
  9. Hagedoorn, B. (2020). Cultural Memory and Screen Culture: How Television and Cross-Media Productions Contribute to Cultural Memory. In C. Große, & R. Drechsler (Eds.), Information Storage : A Multidisciplinary Perspective (pp. 179-197). Springer Verlag.
  10. Esteve Del Valle, M., Gruzd, A., Kumar, P., & Gilbert, S. (2020). Learning in the wild: Understanding networked ties in Reddit. In N. B. Dohn, P. Jandrić, T. Ryberg, & M. de Laat (Eds.), Mobility, Data and Learner Agency in Networked Learning (pp. 51-68). (Research in Networked Learning). Cham: Springer.
  11. Broersma, M. (2020). Order! Order! The Speaker, celebrity politics and ritual performance. In D. Jackson, E. Thorsen, D. Lilleker, & N. Weidhase (Eds.), UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign Early reflections from leading academic (pp. 114-115). Bournemouth: The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University.
  12. Prey, R. (2020). Performing Numbers: Musicians and their Metrics. In D. Stark (Ed.), The Performance Complex: Competition and Competitions in Social Life (pp. 241-258). Oxford University Press.
  13. 2019
  14. Aasman, S., De Haan, T., & Teszelszky, K. (2019). Web Archaeology: An Introduction. Journal of Media History, 22(1), 1-5. [1].
  15. Kuitenbrouwer, V., Luscombe, A., & Wijfjes, H. (2019). Developing Radio Studies. Tijdschrift voor Mediageschiedenis, 22(2), 1-7.
  16. Broersma, M. (2019). Americanization, or: the Rhetoric of Modernity: How European journalism adapted US norms, practices and conventions. In K. Arnold, P. Preston, & S. Kinnebrock (Eds.), The Handbook of European Communication History (pp. 403-419). Wiley.
  17. Costa, E., & Wang, X. (2019). Being at home on social media: Online place-making among the Kurds in Turkey and rural migrants in China. In K. Smets, K. Leurs, M. Georgiou, S. Witteborn, & R. Gajjala (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Media and Migration London: SAGE Publishing.
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