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Books of the week 48/2016

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On week 48 the following publications have come to our attention:

Critical Theory of Communication

  • Written by Christian Fuchs.
  • Published by Westminster University Press.
  • 230 pages.
  • Open access.

Hybrid Politics: Media and Participation

  • Written by Laura Iannelli.
  • Published by Sage.
  • 144 pages.

Regarding Life: Animals and the Documentary Moving Image

  • Written by Belinda Smaill.
  • Published by State University of New York Press.
  • 200 pages.

The Tories and Television, 1951-1964: Broadcasting an Elite

  • Written by Anthony Ridge-Newman.
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 168 pages.

Journalistic Role Performance: Concepts, Contexts, and Methods

  • Edited by Claudia Mellado, Lea Hellmueller and Wolfgang Donsbach.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 264 pages.

Historicising Transmedia Storytelling

  • Written by Matthew Freeman.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 210 pages.

LGBTQs, Media and Culture in Europe

  • Edited by Alexander Dhoest, Lukasz Szulc and Bart Eeckhout.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 304 pages.

Mass Media and Health

  • Written by Kim Walsh-Childers.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 520 pages.

Everyday Media Culture in Africa

  • Edited by Wendy Willems and Winston Mano.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 260 pages.

Religion and Media in China

  • Edited by Stefania Travagnin.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 304 pages.

Media Ownership and Agenda Control

  • Written by Justin Schlosberg.
  • Published by Routledge.
  • 180 pages.
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