Books of the week 45/2017

On the week 45 the following publications have come to our attention:

Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future

  • Edited by John Mair,‎ Richard Lance Keeble,‎ Megan Lucero
  • Published by Abramis
  • 264 pages

Becoming the News – How Ordinary People Respond to the Media Spotlight

  • By Ruth Palmer
  • Published by Columbia University Press
  • 280 pages

Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  • open access
  • Edited by Michelle Ferrier & Elizabeth Mays
  • Published by The Rebus Community Press
  • 353 pages

Journalism and Social Media: Practitioners, Organisations and Institutions

  • By Diana Bossio
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 173 pages

Media, Diaspora and Conflict

  • By Ola Ogunyemi
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 240 pages

Crime Statistics in the News – Journalism, Numbers and Social Deviation

  • By Jairo Lugo-Ocando
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan UK
  • 213 pages

Modern Media, Elections and Democracy

  • By Bheemaiah Krishnan Ravi
  • Published by Sage
  • 244 pages

Fear and Loathing Worldwide: Gonzo Journalism Beyond Hunter S. Thompson

  • Edited by Robert Alexander and Christine Isager
  • Published by Bloomsbury Academic
  • 272 pages

Fashion Journalism: History, Theory, and Practice

  • By Peter McNeil and Sanda Miller
  • Published by Bloomsbury Academic
  • 192 pages

Understanding Photojournalism

  • By Jennifer Good and Paul Lowe
  • Published by Bloomsbury Academic
  • 208 pages

Under the title “Books of the week”, JRN will list new, relevant publications that have recently become available. Click the title of the book for further information on the publisher’s website. We keep our eyes peeled, but if you want to make sure your publication makes the list, let us know when it’s out! You can send a message or tweet us @jresearchnews.

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