Conflict and crisis communication publications

This list includes all publications from the last three years by our academic staff who are researching conflict and crisis communication.

For older publications please see the profiles of individual researchers.

Publications

Books

Journal articles

Chapters

  • Surowiec P (2022) Media, public diplomacy and illiberalism In Laruelle M (Ed.), Conversations on illiberalism (pp. 84-88). Washington D.C.: George Washington University. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Harcup T (2022) Suppressing the news In Harrison J & McKernan L (Ed.), Breaking The News: 500 years of news in Britain (pp. 89-98). London: British Library. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Surowiec P (2021) Strategic communications and public diplomacy In Spry D (Ed.), The ASEF public diplomacy handbook: communicating with purpose and value (pp. 23-34). Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Harrison J & Pukallus S (2021) Creating capacity for peace: The power of news and civil norm building, Insights on Peace and Conflict Reporting (pp. 139-151). RIS download Bibtex download
  • Surowiec P & Manor I (2020) Introduction: certainty of uncertainty and public diplomacy In Surowiec P & Manor I (Ed.), Public diplomacy and the politics of uncertainty (pp. IX-XXVII). Cham: Palgrave MacMillan. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Manor I & Surowiec P (2020) Conclusions In Surowiec P & Manor I (Ed.), Public diplomacy and the politics of uncertainty (pp. 329-342). Cham: Palgrave MacMillan. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Lilleker D & Surowiec P (2019) Content analysis and the examination of digital propaganda In Baines P, O’Shaughnessy N & Snow N (Ed.), The Sage handbook of propaganda (pp. 171-188). London: Sage Publications. RIS download Bibtex download

Website content

  • Chernobrov D (2021) No laughing matter? How states use humour in public diplomacy. https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2021/07/09/no-laughing-matter-how-states-use-humour-in-public-diplomacy/. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Chernobrov D & Briant E (2021) Why language matters in the ‘Disinformation’ Age. RIS download Bibtex download
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