Journalism, communication and democracy publications
This list includes all publications from the last three years by our academic staff who are researching Journalism, communication and democracy.
For older publications please see the profiles of individual researchers.
- Data for Journalism Between Transparency and Accountability. Taylor & Francis.
- Journalism in the Data Age. SAGE.
- Communication in Peacebuilding. Civil Wars, Civility and Safe Spaces.. Basingstoke (under contract).: Palgrave MacMillan.
- Journalism: Principles and Practice (4th edition). London: SAGE.
- The Brexit Referendum on Twitter A mixed-method, computational analysis. Emerald Group Publishing.
- Public Diplomacy and Politics of Uncertainty. Cham: Palgrave MacMillan.
- What's the Point of News? A study in ethical journalism. Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
- "Rethinking the Expertise of Data Journalists: A Case Study". International Journal of Communication, 16.
- Confronting COVID-19: constructing and contesting legitimacy through the media in Chinese contexts. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1-11.
- Between Europeanisation and corporatisation : Poland’s nation branding and soft power for public consumption. East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures, 35(4), 1090-1112.
- Making one or two more calls: teaching journalism students the value of news. Journalism Education, 10(1), 83-89.
- Dialoguing with Data and Data Reduction: An Observational, Narrowing-Down Approach to Social Media Network Analysis. Journalism and Media, 2(1), 14-29.
- The populist style and public diplomacy : kayfabe as performative agonism in Trump’s twitter posts. Public Relations Inquiry, 10(1), 5-30.
- Paradigm reinforcing: The assimilation of data journalism in the United Kingdom. Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies.
- From repression to oppression: News journalism in Turkey 2013-2018. Media, Culture and Society, 42(7-8), 1443-1460. View this article in WRRO
- Mainstreaming populism through the Twitter practices of politicians and the news media: A case study of the 2016 Brexit referendum debates. Information Polity, 1-15.
- The civil norm building role of news journalism in post-civil war settings. Journalism, 146488492110729-146488492110729.
- Media, public diplomacy and illiberalism In Laruelle M (Ed.), Conversations on illiberalism (pp. 84-88). Washington D.C.: George Washington University.
- Suppressing the news In Harrison J & McKernan L (Ed.), Breaking The News: 500 years of news in Britain (pp. 89-98). London: British Library.
- Artificial intelligence is not a panacea: policing content on social media platforms, three dilemmas and their ethical and legal implications In Taina Pihlajarinne & Anette Alén-Savikko (Ed.), Artificial Intelligence and the Media Reconsidering Rights and Responsibilities Edward Elgar Publishing
- 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.
- Local data journalism practice in the UK In Harte D & Matthews R (Ed.), Reappraising Local and Community News in the UK Media, Practice, and Policy Routledge
- Creating capacity for peace: The power of news and civil norm building, Insights on Peace and Conflict Reporting (pp. 139-151).
- Slow journalism as ethical journalism?, The Routledge Companion to Journalism Ethics (pp. 77-84). Routledge
- The bad news and the good news about news In Temmerman M & Mast J (Ed.), News Values From An Audience Perspective (pp. 17-35). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
- 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.
- Conclusions In Surowiec P & Manor I (Ed.), Public diplomacy and the politics of uncertainty (pp. 329-342). Cham: Palgrave MacMillan.
- Alternative journalism, alternative ethics? In Gulyas A & Baines D (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Local Media and Journalism (pp. 477-485). Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
- From ElectionWatch92 to now: the dice are still loaded In Williams G (Ed.), It's the Media, Stupid! The media, the 2019 election and the aftermath (pp. 13-21). CPBF (North)
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