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Module Reading List

Journalism Practice and Policy, 2017/18, Semester 2
Professor Chris Anderson
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

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Allan, S.(2012) The Routledge companion to news and journalism London, Routledge

Bankler, Y. (2011) 'Networks of Power, Degrees of Freedom' International Journal of Communication 5. pp721-755

Bennett, C. (1999) 'The Limits of Media Democratisation in South Africa: politics, privatisation and regulation' Media, culture & society. Vol 21 No 5

Cardenas, E. 'Argentine Restricts Freedom of the Press' Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law Vol 4 No 2

Cushion, S. (2012) Television Journalism London, Sage

De Beer, A.C. and Merrill, J.C. (eds.) (2014) Global journalism : survey of international communication 5th edition, Pearson

Deibert et al (eds.) (2010) Access controlled : the shaping of power, rights, and rule in cyberspace Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press

Fenton, N.(2010) New media, old news : journalism and democracy in the digital age , London, Routledge

Couldry, N. Livingstone, S. and Markham, T. (2010) Media consumption and public engagement : beyond the presumption of attention Palgrave Macmillan

Dahlgren, P.(2009) Media and political engagement : citizens, communication and democracy Cambridge University Press

Deacon, D.(2003) ‘Politicians, Privacy and Media Intrusion in Britain’ Parliamentary affairs. Vol. 57 (1) 9-53

Dickinson, R. and Bashir, M. (2012) ‘Press Clubs, the Journalistic Field and the Practice of Journalism in Pakistan Journalism studies. 13:4 616-632

Domingo, D. et al 'Participatory Journalism Practices in the Media and Beyond' Journalism practice Vol 2 No 3

Evans, H. (2000) Essential English : for journalists, editors and writers 2 nd edition, Pimlico

Freedman, D. (2012) ‘The Phone Hacking Scandal: Implications for Regulation’ Television & New Media 13 (1) 17-20

Frost, C. (2007) Journalism ethics and regulation 2 nd edition, London, Longman

Hafez, K. (2002) 'Journalism Ethics Revisited: a comparison of ethics codes in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Muslim Asia' Political communication. Vol 19.2

Hanitzsh, T. et al (2011) 'Mapping Journalism Cultures Across Nations: a comparative study of eighteen countries Journalism studies. 12 (3) 273-293

Hartley T.  (2010) ‘Liberal Tourism and Conflict Laws’ International and Comparative Law Quarterly 59 (1) 25-38

Herbert, J. (2001) Practising global journalism : exploring reporting issues worldwide Oxford, Focal Press

Hicks, W., Adams, S. Gilbert, H., Holmes, T. (2008) Writing for Journalists 2 nd edition, London, Routledge

Keane, J. (1991) The media and democracy Cambridge, Polity

Kovach, B., Rosentheil, T. (2001) The Elements of Journalism , Guardian Atlantic

Lee, L.F. (2012) ‘Remediating Prior Talk and Constructing Public Dialogue: newspaper coverage of political talk radio discussions in Hong Kong’ Journalism studies. 13 (4) 583-599

Lee-Wright, P., Phillips, A., Witschge, T. (2012), Changing journalism London. Routledge

Lin, F. ‘Information, Differentiation, Commercialisation and Legal Reform: The rise of a three-dimensional state-media regime in China’ Journalism studies. Vol 13 (3) pp 418-433

Lloyd. J. (2011) Scandal! : News International and the rights of journalism , ‘Challenges’, Reuters Institute chapters 2 and 3

Luljak, T. (2000) ‘the routine nature of journalistic deception’ in D. Pritchard (ed) Holding the Media Accountable : citizens, ethics and the law, at http://books.google.com/books? id=sAJ3A7jVCVMC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_v2_summary_r&cad=0

O’Neill, J. (1992) ‘journalism in the marketplace’ in Belsey, A and Chadwick, R. (eds.) Ethical issues in journalism and the media London, Routledge

O’Neill, O. (2002) The Reith Lectures: Lecture 5. A License to Deceive Available online: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/reith2002/lecture5.shtml

Massey, B. and Li-jing Arthur Chang (2002) 'Locating Asian Values in Asian Journalism: a content analysis of Web newspapers' Journal of communication. 52 (4) pp 987-1003

McChesney, R.W. ‘Farewell to Journalism? Time for a rethinking’ Journalism studies. 13 (5-6) 682-695

Moe, H. (2008) 'Public Services Media Online? Regulating Public Broadcasters' Internet Services - a comparative analysis' Television & New Media Vol 9.3 

Morrison, J. (2013) Essential public affairs for journalists (third ed.) Oxford, OUP

Mueller, M. (2010) Networks and States: the Global Politics of Internet Governance Cambridge Mass. MIT Press

Ndamgan, L. (2009) ' "All of us have taken gombo": Media Patronage and Pluralism in Cameroonian Journalism Journalism studies. Vol 10 (6) pp819-842

Neilson, R.K. (2002) ' Ten Years that Shook the Media: Big Questions and Big Trends in International Media Development ' Report: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford.

Obijiofor, J. and Hanusch, F. (2011) Journalism across cultures : an introduction Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

Perkins, M. (2002) 'International Law and the Search for Universal Principles in Journalism Ethics' Mass Media Ethics Vol 17 No 3 Available online

Pintak, L. and Setiyono, B. (2011) 'The Mission of Indonesian Journalism: Balancing Democracy, Development and Islamiuc Values The international journal of press/politics. 16 (2) 185-209

Randall, D. (2007) The Universal Journalist 3 rd edition, London, Pluto

Schudson, M. (2003) The Sociology of News New York, W.W.Norton & Co.

Stamper, J. and Brants, K. (2011) ' A Changing Culture of Political Television Journalism' in Kees Brants and Katrin Voltmer (eds.) Political communication in postmodern democracy : challenging the primacy of politics Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

Street, J. (2011) Mass Media, Politics and Democracy 2 nd edition, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

Sturtevant, T. (2010) 'Can the United States Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk when it comes to Libel Tourism: how the freedom to sue abroad can kill freedom of speech at home' Pace International Law Review 269

Volkmer, I. (2005) ‘news in the global public space’ in Allan, S. (ed.) Journalism: critical issues Maidenhead, Open University.

Wasserman H. and Boloka, M. (2004) 'Privacy, the Press and Publc Interest in Post-Appartheid South Africa' Parliamentary affairs. 67 (1)

Williams, K. (2011) International journalism London, Sage

Wu, T. The Master Switch: the Rise and Fall of Information Empires London, Atlantic


This list was last updated on 13/02/2017