Research and publications
The latest research and publications from the Centre for the Study of Journalism and History.
- Letters to the Editor. Springer International Publishing.
- The Routledge Companion to British Media History (paperback) 978-0-8153-9548-5. Routledge.
- Letters to the Editor, Comparative and Historical Perspectives. Switzerland: Palgrave, Macmillan.
- Eloise Moss. Night Raiders: Burglary and the Making of Modern Urban Life in London, 1860–1968. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. Pp. 272. $35.00 (cloth).. Journal of British Studies, 59(3), 689-690.
- View this article in WRRO Behn's Jonson. Women's Writing.
- A Fleet Street in Every Town: The Provincial Press in England, 1855-1900. Library & Information History, 35(3), 176-177.
- 'It would be better for the newspapers to call a spade a spade': The British press and child sexual abuse, c. 1918-1990. History Workshop Journal. View this article in WRRO
- Journalism has no future: A hypothesis for the neo-liberal era. Journalism, 20(1), 17-20. View this article in WRRO
- ‘Disruption’ in UK journalism education? A study of narratives of resilience. Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, 7(3), 501-519. View this article in WRRO
- Book review: Deciding What's True: The Rise of Political Fact-Checking in American Journalism. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRESS/POLITICS, 23(3), 413-415. View this article in WRRO
- The British Press and the 1918 Reform Act. Parliamentary History, 37(1), 150-167. View this article in WRRO
- "Making Voices Heard...": Index on Censorship as Advocacy Journalism. Journalism. View this article in WRRO
- What Is Journalism? The Art and Politics of a Rupture. European Journal of Communication, 32(6), 623-626. View this article in WRRO
- Journalism and the Democratic Market Society. Journalism Studies, 18(10), 1263-1276. View this article in WRRO
- A Companion to the Australian Media. Media History, 24(2). View this article in WRRO
- Understanding Chinese Students' Learning Needs: Tips for supporting Chinese students in the UK. Educational Developments, 18(September 2017).
- The Problem With Dialect Poetry In Hélie C, Brault-Dreux E & Loriaux E (Ed.), No Dialect Please, You're a Poet: English Dialect in Poetry in the 20th and 21st Centuries New York: Routledge.
- Journalism history, The Handbook of Journalism Studies (pp. 21-37).
- Introduction, Letters to the Editor (pp. 1-7). Springer International Publishing
- View this article in WRRO Literary Uses of Dialect In Duff D (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of British Romanticism (pp. 513-528). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Normative Expectations: Employing ‘communities of practice’ models for assessing journalism’s normative claims In Allan S, Carter C, Cushion S, Dencik L, Garcia-Blanco I, Harris J, Sambrook R & Wahl-Jorgensen K (Ed.), The Future of Journalism: Risks, Threats and Opportunities Routledge
- Conservatism, gender and the politics of everyday life, 1950s-1980s In Berthezene C & Gottlieb J (Ed.), Rethinking right-wing women: Gender and the Conservative Party, 1880s to the present Manchester University Press.
- Haunted Britain In Carter M, Lindfield Ott P & Townshend D (Ed.), Writing Britain's Ruins London: British Library Publishing.
- British popular newspaper traditions: From the nineteenth century to the first tabloid In Palander-Collin M, Raita M & Taavitsainen I (Ed.), Diachronic Developments in English News Discourse (pp. 119-136). John Benjamins Publishing Company
- Journalism and public discourse: negotiating complexity In Cotter C & Perrin D (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Language and Media (pp. 164-177). Abingdon, Oxon. UK: Routledge.
- Chapter 7. British popular newspaper traditions, Diachronic Developments in English News Discourse (pp. 119-136). John Benjamins Publishing Company
- Christopher Hilliard. The Littlehampton Libels: A Miscarriage of Justice and a Mystery about Words in 1920s England.. The American Historical Review, 123(5), 1736-1737.
- Covenanting Citizens: the Protestation Oath and popular political culture in the English Revolution. The Seventeenth Century, 33(5), 618-620.
- Journalism after Snowden. Information, Communication & Society, 21(12), 1834-1835.
- Culture Jamming: Activism and the Art of Cultural Resistance. European Journal of Communication, 32(6), 620-622.
- The Telegraph Historical Archive, 1855–2000. The English Historical Review, 132(559), 1667-1669.
Conference proceedings papers
- Defining freedom of the press: A cross national examination of press ethics and regulation. Defining freedom of the press: A cross national examination of press ethics and regulation. University of Nottingham, 8 November 2018 - 9 November 2018.
- View this article in WRRO DFoP: Scope and parameters of the project. Defining freedom of the press: A cross national examination of press ethics and regulation.
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