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Books of the week 36/2017

On the week 36 the following publications have come to our attention:

What Is Sustainable Journalism?

  • Edited by Peter Berglez, Ulrika Olausson and Mart Ots
  • Published by Peter Lang
  • 374 pages

The Rise of Populism in Western Europe

  • Written by Timo Lochocki
  • Published by Springer
  • 162 pages

Legacies of the Degraded Image in Violent Digital Media

  • Written by Stuart Marshall Bender
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 144 pages

Austrian Imperial Censorship and the Bohemian Periodical Press, 1848–71

  • Written by Jeffrey T. Leigh
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 330 pages

Moral Claims in the Age of Spectacles

  • Written by Brian M. Lowe
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 323 pages

Journalism for Social Change in Asia

  • Written by Scott Downman and Kasun Ubayasiri
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 219 pages

Social Media and European Politics

  • Edited by Mauro Barisione and Asimina Michailidou
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 309 pages

Media, Diaspora and the Somali Conflict

  • Written by Idil Osman
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 156 pages

Social Media and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe

  • Edited by Paweł Surowiec and Václav Štětka
  • Published by Routledge
  • 208 pages

Future Journalism: Where We Are and Where We’re Going

  • Written by Sue Greenwood
  • Published by Routledge
  • 178 pages

The Black Migrant Athlete: Media, Race, and the Diaspora in Sports

  • Written by Munene Franjo Mwaniki
  • Published by University of Nebraska Press
  • 270 pages

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