Books of the week 47/2017

On the week 47 the following publications have come to our attention:

Communicative Figurations: Transforming Communications in Times of Deep Mediatization

  • Edited by Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter and Uwe Hasebrink
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 444 pages
  • Open access

Memory and the Wars on Terror

  • Edited by Jessica Gildersleeve and Richard Gehrmann
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 283 pages

Media and the Portuguese Empire

  • Edited by J.L. Garcia, C. Kaul, F.M de B. Subtil, and A.D Santos
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 354 pages

Charles De Gaulle and the Media

  • Written by Riccardo Brizzi
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 309 pages

Language, Identity and Cycling in the New Media Age

  • Written by Patrick Kiernan
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan UK
  • 306 pages

Arab Women and the Media in Changing Landscapes

  • Edited by Elena Maestri and Annemarie Profanter
  • Published by Palgrave Macmillan
  • 277 pages

Understanding Broadcast Journalism

  • Written by Stephen Jukes, Katy McDonald and Guy Starkey
  • Published by Routledge
  • 154 pages

Contemporary BRICS Journalism: Non-Western Media in Transition

  • Edited by Svetlana Pasti and Jyotika Ramaprasad
  • Published by Routledge
  • 274 pages

Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Childhood in Contemporary Britain

  • Edited by Sandra Dinter and Ralf Schneider
  • Published by Routledge
  • 250 pages

Media and Development

  • Written by Richard Vokes
  • Published by Routledge
  • 300 pages

The European Handbook of Media Accountability

  • Edited by Tobias Eberwein, Susanne Fengler and Matthias Karmasin
  • Published by Routledge
  • 340 pages

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