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Books of the week 41/2016

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On week 40 the following publications have come to our attention:

Cyberactivism and Citizen Journalism in Egypt: Digital Dissidence and Political Change

  • Written by Courtney C. Radsch.
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 351 pages.

Journalism in an Era of Big Data: Cases, concepts, and critiques

  • Edited by Seth C. Lewis.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 150 pages.

Religion in the Media: A Linguistic Analysis

  • Written by Salman Al-Azami.
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 244 pages.

Contemporary Publics: Shifting Boundaries in New Media, Technology and Culture

  • Edited by P. David Marshall, Glenn D’Cruz, Sharyn McDonald and Katja Lee.
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 312 pages.

Broadcasting and National Imagination in Post-Communist Latvia

  • Written by Jānis Juzefovičs.
  • Published by Intellect Ltd.
  • 172 pages.

Taking Up McLuhan’s Cause: Pespectives on Media and Formal Causality

  • Edited by Corey Anton, Robert K. Logan, and Lance Strate.
  • Published by Intellect Ltd.
  • 292 pages.

Shaping International Public Opinion: A Model for Nation Branding and Public Diplomacy

  • Written by Jami A. Fullerton and Alice Kendrick.
  • Published by Peter Lang.
  • 274 pages.

Political Animals: News of the Natural World

  • Written by Alec Charles.
  • Published by Peter Lang.
  • 222 pages.

News for a Mobile-First Consumer

  • Written by Paula M. Poindexter.
  • Published by Peter Lang.
  • 272 pages.

Protest Campaigns, Media and Political Opportunities

  • Written by Jonathan Cable.
  • Published by Rowman & Littlefield.
  • 244 pages.

Writers’ Rights: Freelance Journalism in a Digital Age

  • Written by Nicole S. Cohen.
  • Published by Combined Academic Publishers.
  • 336 pages.

The News of Empire: Telegraphy, Journalism, and the Politics of Reporting in Colonial India, c. 1830–1900

  • Written by Amelia Bonea.
  • Published by Oxford University Press.
  • 400 pages.
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