Books of the week 18-19/2018

On the weeks 18 and 19 of 2018 the following publications have come to our attention:

A Handbook of Journalism – Media in the Information Age

  • Edited by V. Eshwar Anand and K. Jayanthi
  • Published by Sage
  • 380 pages

A History of Digital Media – An Intermedia and Global Perspective

  • By Gabriele Balbi and Paolo Magaudda
  • Published by Routledge
  • 282 pages

Global Convergence Cultures: Transmedia Earth

  • Edited by Matthew Freeman and William Proctor
  • Published by Routledge
  • 236 pages

Journalism and the Philosophy of Truth – Beyond Objectivity and Balance

  • By Jesse Owen Hearns-Branaman
  • Published by Routledge
  • 156 pages

Making Radio – Early Radio Production and the Rise of Modern Sound Culture

  • By Shawn VanCour
  • Published by Oxford University Press
  • 248 pages

Motherhood in the Media – Infanticide, Journalism, and the Digital Age

  • By Barbara Barnett
  • Published by Routledge
  • 224 pages

Networked Press Freedom – Creating Infrastructures for a Public Right to Hear

  • By Mike Ananny
  • Published by MIT Press
  • 312 pages

NGOs as Newsmakers – The Changing Landscape of International News

  • By Matthew Powers
  • Published by Columbia University Press
  • 240 pages

Platform Power and Policy in Transforming Television Markets

  • By Tom Evans and Karen Donders
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 304 pages

Public Service Media Contribution to Democracy

  • Published by European Broadcasting Union
  • freely available online (requires login)

The Media and Austerity – Comparative perspectives

  • Edited by Laura Basu, Steve Schifferes and Sophie Knowles
  • Published by Routledge
  • 268 pages

The Palgrave Handbook of Media and Communication Research in Africa

  • Edited by Bruce Mutsvairo
  • Published by Springer
  • 497 pages

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