Media Discourse Centre publications

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Amaral, Fernanda (2019) ‘Violence and impunity in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas: citizens, smartphones and police malpractice’ in Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives, in Price, Stuart (editor), London and New York: Routledge.

Amaral, Fernanda (2016) ‘It’s Not Just 20 Cents’: how social networks helped mobilise Brazilians against injustice’, in Price, Stuart, and Sanz Sabido, Ruth, Sites of Protest, London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield International.

Armour, Zoe (2018), ‘Dedicated Followers of PaSSion (1995 - present): seasoned clubbers and the mediation of collective memory as a process of 'Digital Gift-Giving', in Bennett, Andy, Hardy, Anne, and Robards, B. Eds. (2018), Neo Tribes: Consumption, Leisure and Tourism, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Armour, Zoe (2018) ‘Verbal Sound System (1997-1998): the memory of a Raver’s DiY practices in the British free party counterculture’, in Bennett, Andy and Guerra, P. Eds. (2018), DiY Cultures and Underground Music Scenes. London and New York: Routledge.

Aujla-Sidhu, Gurvinder (2017) How to serve British Asian communities? The dilemmas facing the BBC’, in the Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 15 (1) ,pp.107-124.

Aujla-Sidhu, Gurvinder (2016) ‘Public Service Broadcasting: the challenge of representing ethnic minority audiences’, For(E)Dialogue, 1 (1), pp. 40-51. 

Bahiya, Ahmed (2019) ‘Surviving the Sectarian Divide: investigative journalism in the quagmire of Iraq’, in Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives, edited by Price, Stuart. London and New York: Routledge.

Chao, Jenifer (2018) ‘Cultural Resistance, 9/11 and the War on Terror: Sensible Interventions’, London: Routledge. 

Chao, Jenifer (2018) ‘Faces of the Enemy: Visualising the Taliban in a Photography Studio’, Media, War & Conflict Online First.

Chao, Jenifer (2016) The Ignorant Hip-Hop Artist? Political Rap Encounters Jacques Rancière’, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 30.6: 754-763.

Chao, Jenifer (2015) ‘Oppositional Banality: Watching Ordinary Muslims in Little Mosque on the Prairie’, NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies 4.1: 27-45. 

Checchi, Marco (2016) Book Review: ‘Why this is not a resistant era-Caygill's philosophical visit to the archive of resistance’, Organization, 23 (1), pp. 140-143.

Checchi, Marco (2014) ‘Spotting the Primacy of Resistance in the Virtual Encounter of Foucault and Deleuze’, in Foucault Studies, (18), pp.197-212.

Danbury, Richard (2019) 'Is There a Global Norm of Freedom journalists' source protection?' In: Bollinger L., and Callamard, A.(eds), 'Regardless of Frontiers? Global Norms on Freedom of Expression'. New York: Columbia University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/2086/17046

Danbury, Richard (2019) ‘Freedom of Expression and Protecting Journalists’ Sources’, in Bollinger, L and Callamard, A (eds), Regardless of Frontiers? Freedom of Expression and Information in the 21st Century, Columbia University Press.

Danbury, Richard (2019) ‘Investigative Journalism and Terrorism: the proactive legal duty to report’, in Price, Stuart (ed), Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives, London and New York: Routledge.

Danbury, Richard and Townend, Judith (2019) ‘Can You Keep a Secret? legal and technological obstacles to protecting journalistic sources’, in Price, Stuart (editor), Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives, London and New York: Routledge.

Danbury, Richard ‘Where Should Speech be Free? Conceiving Liberal theories of free speech’, in Price, M and N Stremlau Speech and Society in the Digital Age, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  

Townend, Judith and Danbury, Richard (2017) ‘Protecting Sources and Whistleblowers in a Digital Age’, Information Law and Policy Centre, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, supported by Guardian News and Media. Report available at: 

Hänska, Max (2016) ‘Networked communication and the Arab Spring: linking broadcast and social media’, in New Media & Society, January 2016 vol. 18 no. 1 99-116  

Hänska, Max and Bode, M. (2018) ‘How the Ubiquity of Eyewitness Media Changes the Mediation and Visibility of Protests in the News’, in Robertson, A. (Ed.) Screening Protest: Visual Narratives of Dissent across Time, Space and Genre, Abingdon: Routledge. 

Hänska,Max, and Bauchowitz, S (2018) "#ThisIsACoup and Greece’s Bailout: Geo-mapping the emergence of a hashtag across Europe’s twittersphere" Laura Basu, Steve Schifferes and Sophie Knowles (eds.) The Media and Austerity: Comparative Perspectives, London: Routledge, pp. 248-261

Hänska, Max and Bauchowitz, S. (2017) ‘Tweeting for Brexit: how social media influenced the Referendum’, in Brexit, Trump and the Media, edited by John Mair, Tor Clark, Raymond Snoddy, and Richard Tait, Suffolk: Abramis, pp. 31–35.

Harbisher, Ben (2019) Researching the Deep State: Surveillance, Politics, and Dissent. In: Price, S. ed. Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives. London and New York: Routledge.

Harbisher, Ben (2016) 'The Million Mask March: language, legitimacy, and dissent’, in Critical Discourse Studies, Special Journal Issue on Media and Protest, Sanz Sabido, Ruth and Price, Stuart: Taylor and Francis. 

Harbisher, Ben (2016) ‘Unthinking Extremism: Britain's Fusion Intelligence Complex and the Radicalizing Narratives that Legitimize Surveillance’, in Surveillance & Society 13(3/4): 474-486, 201. 

Harbisher, Ben (2012) ‘Radicals, revolutionaries and misanthropes, towards a brief genealogy of public order and surveillance in Nottingham, c 1200-2012’, in Hard Times, n92, pp. 9-15.

Hayward, David (2019) ‘Online news video, Collaboration and social networks: the disruption of the media industry’, in Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives, edited by Price, Stuart. London and New York: Routledge.

Kamenou, Nayia (2019) ‘Sexuality, gender and the (re) making of modernity and nationhood in Cyprus’, Women's Studies International Forum, vol 74.https://www.dora.dmu.ac.uk/handle/2086/17685

Kamenou, Nayia (2019) ‘Difficult Intersections: Nation(alism) and the LGBTIQ Movement in Cyprus’, in: Intersectionality in Feminist and Queer Movements: Confronting Privileges, edited by Eléonore Lépinard and Elizabeth Evans. London and New York: Routledge https://www.dora.dmu.ac.uk/handle/2086/17634

Kamenou, Nayia (2016) ‘Sexual Politics – Party Politics: The Rules of Engagement in the Case of Cyprus’, in Party-Society Relations in the Republic of Cyprus: Political and Societal Strategies (Routledge Advances in Mediterranean Studies), Charalambous, Giorgos and Christophorou, Christophoros, London and New York: Routledge.

Kamenou, Nayia (2015) Women and Gender in Cypriot Films: (Re) claiming Agency amidst the Discourses of its Negation’, in Cypriot Cinemas: Memory, Conflict, and Identity in the Margins of Europe(Topics and Issues in National Cinema), edited by Constantinides, Costas and Papadakis, Yiannis, New York and London: Bloomsbury.

Kamenou, Nayia (2014) Vote for Your Rights: Voting Trends of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Queer Community: Results Report: 2nd Part of the Research (Postelectoral) July 2014. Athens: Colour Youth & Athens Pride, available at: http://voteforyourrights.gr/wp-content/uploads/Post-election-full-report-EL.pdf

Lee, Jason (2018) Nazism and Neo-Nazism in film and media, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 

Lee, Jason (2017) Sex Robots - the future of desire. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Lee, Jason (2017) ‘The Devil you don't know? The rise and fall and rise of Linda Blair’, in O'Connor, J. and Mercer, J. (eds) Childhood and Celebrity, Taylor and Francis.

Lee, Jason (2017) Burning Box. Eyewear Publishing.

Lee, Jason (2013) The Psychology of Screenwriting, Bloomsbury Academic 

Lee, Jason (2012) Cultures of Addiction, Cambria Press.

Lee, Jason (2012) ‘The Zoo Keeper's Strife: Will Self's Psychiatric Fictions’, Philosophy and Literature, Volume 36, Number 1, April 2012, 196-208.

Lee,Jason (2005) Pervasive Perversion: Paedophilia and Child Sexual Abuse in Media/Culture. Free Association Books.

Pasternak, Gil and Ziętkiewicz, M. (2017) ‘Beyond the Familial Impulse: Domestic Photography and Sociocultural History in Post-communist Poland, 1989-1996’, Photography & Culture 10 (2), Special Issue: Seeing Family, pp. 121-145.

Pasternak, Gil (2014) ‘Intimate Conflicts: Foregrounding the Radical Politics of Family Photographs’, in Sheehan, Tanya, ed. Photography, History, Difference. University Press of New England.

Pasternak, Gil (2013) '“The Brownies in Palestina”: politicizing geographies in family photographs.' Photography and Culture, 6 (1), pp. 41-64.

Pasternak, Gil. (2013) ‘Photographic Histories, Actualities, Potentialities: Amateur Photography as Photographic Historiography’, in Pollen, Annebella and Juliet Baillie, eds. Reconsidering Amateur Photography. As part of Either/And, Online commissioned essay series for the National Media Museum.

Price, Stuart (forthcoming 2020) Corbyn and the Media: Power, ‘Extremism’ and Contested Events. London and New York: Routledge. http://hdl.handle.net/2086/14927

Price, Stuart (2019) Journalism, Power and Investigation: global and activist perspectives, (editor) London and New York: Routledge. 

Price, Stuart (2018) ‘Resistance and Revolution: working-class intransigence, the libertarian tradition, and Spanish history’, in Fishwick, Adam and Connolly, Heather [editors] Austerity and Working-Class Resistance, London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield International. 

Price, Stuart (2017) ‘The Event of Terrorism: ambiguous categories and public spectacle’, in Television & New Media

Price, Stuart (2017) ‘Populism, “Community” and Political Culture: the revenge of the liberal elite’, in Sanz Sabido, Ruth [editor] Representing Communities, Palgrave Macmillan.

Sabido, Ruth Sanz and Price, Stuart (2017) ‘Anti-austerity protests, Brexit and Britishness in the news’, in Media Representations of Anti-Austerity Protests in the EU: Grievances, Identities and Agency, Routledge, pp. 143-162.

Price, Stuart and Sanz Sabido, Ruth [editors] (2016) Sites of Protest, Rowman and Littlefield International.

Sanz Sabido, Ruth, Price, Stuart, and Quílez Esteve, L (2016) Special Journal Issue on ‘The Spanish Civil War 80 years on: discourse, memory and the media’, Catalan Journal of Communication: Intellect Press. 

Sanz Sabido, Ruth and Price, Stuart (2016) Critical Discourse Studies, Special Journal Issue on ‘Media and Protest’, Taylor and Francis.

Sanz Sabido, Ruth and Price, Stuart (2016) ‘The Ladders Revolution: material struggle, social media and news coverage’, in Critical Discourse Studies, 13(3), pp.247-260.

Price, Stuart and Sanz Sabido, Ruth [editors] (2015) Contemporary Protest and the Legacy of Dissent, Rowman and Littlefield International.

Price, Stuart (2015) ‘The Legacy of Dissent: class, gender and austerity’ in Price, S and Sanz Sabido, R [editors] London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield International

Price, Stuart (2015) ‘Calls to Order: ‘anarchy’, riots and state repression’ in Price, S and Sanz Sabido, R [editors] Contemporary Protest and the Legacy of Dissent, London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield International. 

Price, Stuart (2011) Worst-case Scenario? Governance, mediation, and the security regime, Zed Books, London and New York.

Protest, Media and Culture, book series, Rowman and Littlefield International

Tiripelli, Giuliana (2019) ‘Punishment, legitimacy and taste: the role and limits of mainstream and social media in constructing attitudes towards community sanctions, in Crime, Media and Culture. https://doi.org/10.1177/1741659018773848

Tiripelli, Giuliana (2018) with Happer C., McGuinness P., McNeill F. ‘Punishment, legitimacy and taste: the role and limits of mainstream and social media in constructing attitudes towards community sanctions’, Crime, Media, Culture, First Published online https://www.dora.dmu.ac.uk/handle/2086/17805

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