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Abdullah, A.D. (2011). The Iraqi Media Under the American Occupation: 2003 - 2008. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Abubakar, A. (2017). Audience Participation and BBC’s Digital Quest in Nigeria. In: W. Willems & W. Mano (Eds.), Everyday Media Culture in Africa: Audiences and Users. Routledge Advances in Internationalizing Media Studies. . Routledge. ISBN 9781138202849

Abubakar, A. (2014). British public diplomacy: A case study of the BBC Hausa Service. In: R. Mirchandani & A. Abubakar (Eds.), Britain’s International Broadcasting. CPD Perspectives on Public Diplomacy. (pp. 31-49). California, USA: Figueroa Press. ISBN 0182170543

Abubakar, A. (2016). Communicating violence: The media strategies of Boko Haram. In: M. Bunce, S. Franks & C. Paterson (Eds.), Africa's Media Image in the 21st Century: From the "Heart of Darkness" to "Africa Rising". (pp. 200-210). UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138962323

Abubakar, A. (2013). Selective believability: A perspective on Africans’ interactions with global media. Journal of African Media Studies, 5(2), pp. 219-236. doi: 10.1386/jams.5.2.219_1

Abubakar, A. (2012). The media, politics and Boko blitz. Journal of African Media Studies, 4(1), pp. 97-110. doi: 10.1386/jams.4.1.97_7

Ahmad, A.H., Bromley, M.S. & Cokley, J. (2013). The social reality of blogging and empowerment among Malaysian bloggers. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 23(2), pp. 210-221. doi: 10.1075/japc.23.2.03ahm

Ashford, D. (2011). Gorillas in the House of Light. Cambridge Quarterly, 40(3), pp. 201-223. doi: 10.1093/camqtly/bfr018

Ashford, D. (2017). The Mechanical Turk: Enduring Misapprehensions Concerning Artificial Intelligence. The Cambridge Quarterly, 46(2), pp. 119-139. doi: 10.1093/camqtly/bfx005

Ashford, D. (2013). The Mechanics of the Occult: London’s Psychogeographical Fiction as Key to Understanding the Roots of the Gothic. The Literary London Journal, 10(2),

Ashford, D. (2014). “A New Concept of Egoism”: The Late Modernism of Ayn Rand. Modernism/modernity, 21(4), pp. 977-995. doi: 10.1353/mod.2014.0084

Ashford, D. (2014). The Siberia of the Mind: Egoism in the Writings of Wyndham Lewis. The Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies, 5, pp. 122-133.

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Bastos, B., Raimundo, R. & Travitzki, R. (2013). Gatekeeping Twitter: Message diffusion in political hashtags. Media, Culture & Society, 35(2), pp. 260-270. doi: 10.1177/0163443712467594

Bastos, M. T. (2015). Shares, Pins, and Tweets: News readership from daily papers to social media. Journalism Studies, 16(3), pp. 305-325. doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2014.891857

Berkowitz, D., Limor, Y. & Singer, J. (2004). A cross-cultural look at serving the public interest: American and Israeli journalists consider ethical scenarios. Journalism, 5(2), pp. 159-181. doi: 10.1177/146488490452001

Blue, A. (2010). Stretching the Limits: journalism and gender politics in women’s sport. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Blumell, L. (2017). She Persisted … and So Did He: Gendered source use during the Trump Access Hollywood scandal. Journalism Studies, doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2017.1360150

Blumell, L. & Huemmer, J. (2017). Silencing survivors: how news coverage neglects the women accusing Donald Trump of sexual misconduct. Feminist Media Studies, doi: 10.1080/14680777.2017.1304714

Blumell, L., Qiu, Y. & Peaslee, R.M. (2016). Pacifying the dragon? How expatriate media professionals are gatekeeping in the Chinese media system. International Journal of Communication, 10, pp. 2402-2421.

Bora, Birce (2015). Representation of Turkey in the British print media: to be or not to be European. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Bromley, M.S. (2010). From noted “phenomenon” to “missing person”: a case of the historical construction of the unter-journalist. Journalism, 11(3), pp. 259-275. doi: 10.1177/1464884909360919

Bromley, M.S. (2017). Investigative Journalism and Human Rights. In: H. Tumber & S. Waisbord (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights. (pp. 220-228). Routledge. ISBN 9781138665545

Bromley, M.S. (2013). The 'new majority' and the academization of journalism. Journalism, 14(5), pp. 569-586. doi: 10.1177/1464884912453285

Bromley, M.S. (2015). A socially-responsible educational response to routine-biased technological change in journalism: Fostering employability among journalists in the United Kingdom. Paper presented at the 4th Annual International Conference on Journalism and Mass Communications, 05-10-2015 - 06-10-2015, Singapore.

Bromley, M.S., Harrison, J. & Frangi, A. (2012). Student perceptions of journalism as an occupation: the view from the front of the class. Australian Journalism Review, 34(2), pp. 99-114.

Brooke, H. (2016). Citizen or subject? Freedom of information and the informed citizen in a democracy. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City, University of London)

Brooke, H. (2015). Gove is right: our antiquated court system produces two-nation justice. The Guardian,

Brooke, H. (2016). Inside the Digital Revolution. Journal of International Affairs, 70(1), pp. 29-53.

Brooke, H. (2015). Mass surveillance: my part in the reform of GCHQ and UK intelligence gathering. The Guardian,

Brooke, H. (2014). Research Focus: MPs' Expenses Scandal. Reputation(11), .9.

Brooke, H. & Felle, T. (2016). Evidence submitted to the Independent Commission on Freedom of Information. .

Bunce, M. (2015). Africa in the click stream: audience metrics and foreign correspondents in africa. African Journalism Studies, 36(4), pp. 12-29. doi: 10.1080/23743670.2015.1119487

Bunce, M. (2016). Foundation Funding and International News: The drive for solutions and impact. Ethical Space: the international journal of communication ethics,

Bunce, M. (2016). The International News Coverage of Africa: Beyond the ‘Single Story’. In: M. Bunce, S. Franks & C. Paterson (Eds.), Africa's Media Image in the 21st Century: From the ‘Heart of Darkness’ to ‘Africa Rising’. (pp. 17-29). UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138962316

Bunce, M. (2014). International news and the image of Africa: new storytellers, new narratives? In: Images of Africa: Creation, Negotiation and Subversion. (pp. 42-62). Manchester: Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0719091469

Bunce, M. (2017). Management and resistance in the digital newsroom. Journalism, doi: 10.1177/1464884916688963

Bunce, M. (2010). 'This Place Used to be a White British Boys' Club': Reporting Dynamics and Cultural Clash at an International News Bureau in Nairobi. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 99(410), pp. 515-528. doi: 10.1080/00358533.2010.509950

Bunce, M. (2011). The new foreign correspondent at work: Local-national ‘stringers’ and the global news coverage of Darfur. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Bunce, M., Franks, S. & Paterson, C. (2016). INTRODUCTION: A New Africa’s Media Image? In: M. Bunce, S. Franks & C. Paterson (Eds.), Africa's Media Image in the 21st Century: From the ‘Heart of Darkness’ to ‘Africa Rising’. (pp. 1-14). UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138962316

Bunce, M., Scott, M. & Wright, K. (2017). Donor power and the news:The influence of foundation funding on international public service journalism. International Journal of Press/Politics, 22(2), pp. 163-184. doi: 10.1177/1940161217693394

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Carvalho, H. (2015). Liberty and Insecurity in the Criminal Law: Lessons from Thomas Hobbes. Criminal Law and Philosophy, doi: 10.1007/s11572-015-9369-y

Clarke, M., Brooke, H., Hennessy, P., O'Neill, O., Omand, D., Cowley, L., Evans, J., Lane-Fox, M., Grieve, J., Hall, W., Rooker, J., Scarlett, J. & Walden, I. (2015). A Democratic Licence to Operate: Report of the Independent Surveillance Review (Report No. Whitehall Report 2-15,). London: Royal United Services Institute.

Cooper, G. (2015). Give us your ****ing money" A Critical Appraisal of TV and the Cash Nexus. In: G. Cooper & S. Cottle (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change: 19 (Global Crises and the Media). (pp. 67-77). Peter Lang. ISBN 9781433125263

Cooper, G. (2015). Hurricanes and hashtags: How the media and NGOs treat citizens’ voices online in humanitarian emergencies. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 6(2), pp. 233-244. doi: 10.1386/iscc.6.2.233_1

Cooper, G. (2015). NGOs media and public understanding: 25 Years on an interview with Paddy Coulter former head of media at Oxfam. In: G. Cooper & S. Cottle (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change: 19 (Global Crises and the Media). (pp. 79-89). New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781433125263

Cooper, G. & Cottle, S. (2015). Humanitarianism Communications and Change: Final Reflections. In: G. Cooper & S. Cottle (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change. (pp. 251-264). New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781433125263

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Domingo, D., Quandt, T., Heinonen, A., Paulussen, S., Singer, J. & Vujnovic, M. (2008). Participatory Journalism Practices in the Media and Beyond: An International Comparative Study of Initiatives in Online Newspaper. Journalism Practice, 2(3), pp. 326-342. doi: 10.1080/17512780802281065

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Ekdale, B., Singer, J., Tully, M. & Harmsen, S. (2015). Making Change: Diffusion of Technological, Relational, and Cultural Innovation in the Newsroom. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 92(4), pp. 938-958. doi: 10.1177/1077699015596337

Ekdale, B., Tully, M., Harmsen, S. & Singer, J. (2015). Newswork within a Culture of Job Insecurity: Producing News amidst Organizational and Industry Uncertainty. Journalism Practice, 9(3), pp. 383-398. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2014.963376

Evans, R. (2011). Assessing student contribution in class: in quest of a reliable and transparent method. Investigations in University Teaching and Learning, 7, pp. 82-91.

Evans, R. (2014). Can Universities Make Good Journalists?. Journalism Education, 3(1), pp. 66-87.

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Felle, T. (2016). Digital Watchdogs? Data reporting and the traditional 'fourth estate' role for journalists. Journalism Theory, Practice and Criticism, 17(1), pp. 85-96. doi: 10.1177/1464884915593246

Felle, T. (2016). Digital watchdogs? Data reporting and the news media's traditional "fourth estate' function. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 17(1), pp. 85-96. doi: 10.1177/1464884915593246

Felle, T. (2016). Freedom of Information in the UK: Opportunity and Threat. Political Insight, 7(1), pp. 28-31. doi: 10.1177/2041905816637458

Felle, T. (2017). Media Merger between Celtic Media Newspapers Ltd (CMNL) and Independent News and Media Holdings (Ireland) Ltd - Submission to the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. .

Fletcher, R., Schifferes, S. & Thurman, N. (2017). Building the ‘Truthmeter’: Training algorithms to help journalists assess the credibility of social media sources. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, doi: 10.1177/1354856517714955

Fox, F. & St Louis, C. (2013). Science media centers & the press, part 1: Does the UK model help journalists?. Columbia Journalism Review,

Franks, S. (2012). BBC reporting in India in the 1970s and 1980s: globally connected media ahead of its time. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 32(2), pp. 207-224. doi: 10.1080/01439685.2012.669885

Franks, S. (2013). Inserting political understanding into the humanitarian narrative. Sociologia Della Comunicazione, 45, pp. 22-36. doi: 10.3280/SC2013-045003

Franks, S. (2017). Reporting Humanitarian Narratives: Are We Missing Out on the Politics? In: R. Andersen & P. L. de Silva (Eds.), The Routledge companion to media and humanitarian action. (pp. 189-199). UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138688575

Franks, S. (2014). Reporting famine; changing nothing. British Journalism Review, 25(3), pp. 61-66. doi: 10.1177/0956474814550602

Franks, S. (2017). We have seen his type before. British Journalism Review, 28(1), pp. 27-29. doi: 10.1177/0956474817697584

Franks, S. (2010). The neglect of Africa and the power of aid. International Communication Gazette, 72(1), pp. 71-84. doi: 10.1177/1748048509350339

Franks, S. & O'Neill, D. (2016). Women reporting sport: Still a man’s game?. Journalism, 17(4), pp. 474-492. doi: 10.1177/1464884914561573

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Gaber, I. (2013). The Lobby in transition: what the 2009 MPs’ expenses scandal revealed about the changing relationship between politicians and the Westminster Lobby?. Media History, 19(1), pp. 45-58. doi: 10.1080/13688804.2012.752962

Gaber, Ivor (2013). A Crisis in Political Communications? Reflections of a Critical Practitioner. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Greenberg, S. & Wheelwright, J. (2014). Literary journalism: Ethics in three dimensions. Journalism, 15(5), pp. 511-516. doi: 10.1177/1464884914529210

Greer, C. & McLaughlin, E. (2014). Righting Wrongs: Citizen Journalism and Miscarriages of Justice. In: E. Thorsen & S. Allan (Eds.), Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives - Volume 2. (pp. 39-50). New York, USA: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften. ISBN 9781433122835

Griffiths, D.M. (1989). The social and economic history of The Standard and Fleet Street 1653-1900. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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Hadhum, Haider S. (2012). The media in transition: The rise of an "independent" press in Post-Invasion Iraq and the American role in shaping the Iraqi press 2003 - 2005. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Harb, Z. (2015). Al Manar and Hezbollah: Creative instances in Propaganda Warefare. In: A. Hamdar & L. Moore (Eds.), Islamism and Cultural Expression in the Arab World. (pp. 189-205). Routledge. ISBN 041552184X

Harb, Z. (2011). Arab Revolutions and the Social Media Effect. Media and Culture Journal, 14(2),

Harb, Z. (2008). Covering the Qana 'Massacre' 1996: A case of contextual objectivity. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 1(2), pp. 138-155. doi: 10.1163/187398608X335801

Harb, Z. (2016). Hezbollah, Al-Manar, and the Arab Revolts: Defiance or Survival? In: M. Zayani & S. Mirgani (Eds.), Politics and Media in the Middle East post Arab Spring. . Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0190491550

Harb, Z. (2009). The July 2006 War and the Lebanese blogsphere: towards an alternative media tool in covering wars. Journal of Media Practice, 10(2-3), pp. 255-258. doi: 10.1386/jmpr.10.2-3.255_3

Harb, Z. (2012). Review of John Mair and Richard Keeble book Mirage in the Dessert? Reporting the ‘Arab Spring’. Ethical Space: the international journal of communication ethics, 9(1), pp. 60-61.

Hayes, A., Singer, J. & Ceppos, J. (2007). Shifting Roles, Enduring Values: The Credible Journalist in a Digital Age. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 22(4), pp. 262-279. doi: 10.1080/08900520701583545

Hayes, K. & Felle, T. (2016). Going digital or going free? Ireland’s newspapers struggle for digital success as the print cliff looms. In: J Mair, T Clark, N Fowler, R Snoddy & R Tait (Eds.), Last Words: How can journalism survive the decline of print? (pp. 23-31). Abramis. ISBN 9781845496968

Hellmueller, L., Mellado, C., Blumell, L. & Huemmer, J. (2016). The contextualization of the watchdog and civic journalistic roles: Reevaluating journalistic role performance in U.S. newspapers. Palabra Clave, 19(4), pp. 1072-1100. doi: 10.5294/pacla.2016.19.4.6

Hermida, A. (2014). Open journalism: dynamics of change and continuity in news work in the 21st century. (Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Hermida, A. & Thurman, N. (2008). A clash of cultures: The integration of user-generated content within professional journalistic frameworks at British newspaper websites. Journalism Practice, 2(3), pp. 343-356. doi: 10.1080/17512780802054538

Hewett, J. (2015). Data Journalism Grows Up. In: T. Felle, J. Mair & D. Radcliffe (Eds.), Data Journalism: Inside the Global Future. (pp. 27-38). UK: Abramis. ISBN 9781845496630

Hewett, J. (2016). Learning to teach data journalism: Innovation, influence and constraints. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 17(1), pp. 199-137. doi: 10.1177/1464884915612681

Hewett, J. (2015). Live-tweeting: the rise of real-time reporting. In: L. Zion & D. Craig (Eds.), Ethics for Digital Journalists: Emerging Best Practices. (pp. 115-129). USA: Routledge. ISBN 1135114234

Hewett, J. (2013). Using Twitter to integrate practice and learning in journalism education: Could social media help to meet the twin challenge of both dimensions?. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 2(2), pp. 333-346. doi: 10.1386/ajms.2.2.333_1

Hou, Z., Zhu, Y. & Bromley, M.S. (2013). Understanding Public Relations in China: Multiple Logics and Identities. JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION, 27(3), pp. 308-328. doi: 10.1177/1050651913479926

Howell, L. & Singer, J. (2016). Pushy or a Princess? Women Experts and British Broadcast News. Journalism Practice, doi: 10.1080/17512786.2016.1232173

Hunter,, F.N. (1982). Grub Street and academia : the relationship between journalism and education, 1880-1940, with special reference to the London University Diploma for Journalism, 1919-1939. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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Jawad, A.S. (1984). Literary journalism in England and Egypt : A comparative study of the essay and the review. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Johnston, L. (2016). Reporting the Syria conflict on television (2011-2014): how the use of user generated content (UGC) has shaped BBC World News TV coverage and affected journalistic practices. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City, University of London)

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Kamaras, D. (2004). News production in Greece : journalists, newspapers and the Internet. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Keeble, R. (1996). The Gulf War myth: a study of the press coverage of the 1991 Gulf conflict. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Kernan, M.A. (2016). Collaboration and aesthetic pedagogy: A theoretical analysis of creative group performances in a Masters programme in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership. Paper presented at the IFKAD 2016 – International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 15-17 Jun 2016, Dresden, Germany.

Kernan, M.A. (2017). Digital Shakespeare, 1996-2017: An exploration of the cultural and technological history of the four Arden Shakespeare digital formats with reference to analytical insights from digital humanities research. Paper presented at the Centre for English Research Seminar, 15 February 2017, London, UK.

Kernan, M.A. (2016). From 1899 to digital: The Arden Shakespeare, Shakespearean critical scholarship and the evolution of English as a discipline. Paper presented at the Shakespeare: Metamorphosis Festival, 25 Aug 2016, London, UK.

Kernan, M.A. (2017). Higher education, employability and the Teaching Excellence Framework: City’s BA English and the broader potential of publishing education. Paper presented at the By the Book 2017: Best practice in Publishing Studies Teaching, 21-23 June 2017, Florence, Italy.

Kernan, M.A. (2016). The Second Arden Shakespeare Series: A theoretical discussion and analysis. Paper presented at the By the Book: Building Audiences for the Book in an Age of Media Proliferation, 23–24 Jun 2016, Florence, Italy.

Kernan, M.A. (2017). Towards applying the work of Iain McGilchrist and Guy Claxton to the analysis of arts-based experiences. Paper presented at the Beyond Text: Arts-based research practice, Erasmus+ Project, Catalonia, Spain.

Kernan, M.A. (2016). An exploration of Barnett’s analysis of the ‘ecological’ university (2011) and the potential contribution of arts-based pedagogy and knowledge. Paper presented at the Empowering the Intangible: Art of Management & Organization Conference 2016, 1-4 Sep 2016, Bled, Slovenia.

Kernan, M.A. (2017). An exploration of Barnett’s analysis of the ‘ecological’ university (2011) and the potential contribution of arts-based pedagogy and knowledge. In: J. Ward & S. Linstead (Eds.), Empowering the Intangible. (pp. 73-88). York, UK: University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD. ISBN 978-0-901931-19-1

Kernan, M.A. (2016). The launch of the first series of the Arden Shakespeare in 1899: An exploration of Bourdieu’s concept of consecration. LOGOS, 27(2), pp. 32-47. doi: 10.1163/1878-4712-11112103

Kernan, M.A., Rich, M.G., Brown, A. & Holtham, C. (2017). Educating innovative leaders for the unordered world of VUCA. Paper presented at the IFKAD 12, 7-9 Jun 2017, St Petersburg, Russia.

Kernan, M.A., Rich, M.G., Brown, A. & Holtham, C. (2017). Three dimensions of ambiguity: what they mean for management students. Paper presented at the Chartered Association of Business Schools’ Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2017: Showcasing excellence in business and management education, 25-26 Apr 2017, Bristol, UK.

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Lashmar, P. (2014). How to humiliate and shame: a reporter's guide to the power of the mugshot. Social Semiotics, 24(1), pp. 56-87. doi: 10.1080/10350330.2013.827358

Lashmar, P. (2017). No More Sources?: The impact of Snowden’s revelations on journalists and their confidential sources. Journalism Practice, 11(6), pp. 665-668. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2016.1179587

Lashmar, P. (2017). Putting lives in danger? Tinker, tailor, journalist, spy: the use of journalistic cover. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, doi: 10.1177/1464884917724301

Lashmar, P. (2013). Urinal or conduit? Institutional information flow between the UK intelligence services and the news media. Journalism, 14(8), pp. 1024-1040. doi: 10.1177/1464884912472139

Lonsdale, S. (2017). 'Arnold Bennett, Journalism and the Press Barons'. In: J. Shapcott (Ed.), An Arnold Bennett Companion Volume II. . Leek, UK: Churnet Valley Books.

Lonsdale, S. (2013). The Emergence of the Press Baron as Literary Villain in English Letters 1900 – 1939. Literature and History, 22(2), pp. 20-35. doi: 10.7227/LH.22.2.2

Lonsdale, S. (2010). A Golden Interlude: Journalists in Early Twentieth Century British Literature. Parliamentary Affairs, 64(2), pp. 326-340. doi: 10.1093/pa/gsq059

Lonsdale, S. (2016). 'He Hath Sold His Heart to the Old Black Art': Kipling and his early Journalism. Kipling Journal, 9(365), pp. 32-49.

Lonsdale, S. (2017). 'Imprisoned in a cage of print': Rose Macaulay, Journalism and Gender. In: K.F. MacDonald (Ed.), Rose Macaulay, Gender, and Modernity. . Routledge. ISBN 9781138206175

Lonsdale, S. (2014). Man of Letters, Literary Lady, Journalist or Reporter?. Media History, doi: 10.1080/13688804.2014.991384

Lonsdale, S. (2014). ROAST SEAGULL AND OTHER QUAINT BIRD DISHES. Journalism Studies, doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2014.950474

Lonsdale, S. (2017). 'The Sheep and the Goats': Interwar Women Journalists, the Society of Women Journalists and the Woman Journalist. In: C. Clay, M. DiCenzo, B. Green & F. Hackney (Eds.), Edinburgh Companion to Women’s Print Media in Interwar Britain (1918-1939). (pp. 463-476). UK: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474412537

Lonsdale, S. (2012). We Agreed that women were a nuisance in the office anyway: The portrayal of women journalists in early twentieth-century British fiction. Journalism Studies, 14(4), pp. 461-475. doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2012.718572

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Morris, J. (2017). Technologies of engagement: how hybrid networked media is not (just) remediation. Journal of Media Practice, 18(1), pp. 41-50. doi: 10.1080/14682753.2017.1305839

Morriss, Agnieszka (2016). The BBC Polish Service during World War II. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City, University of London)

Myerson, J. (2009). Invasion BBC Radio 4. *

Myerson, J. (2009). Number 10 (Series 3) BBC Radio 4. *

Myerson, J. (2011). Payback: ten days in October 1973 BBC Radio 4. *

Myerson, J. (2008). The way we live right now BBC Radio 4. *

Myerson, J., Grossman, V. & Walker, M. (2011). Life and Fate BBC Radio 4. *

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Nel, F. P. (2016). Pressed to change: systematically reconsidering journalistic boundaries in the newsroom, boardroom and classroom. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City, University of London)

Newkey-Burden, George (2011). The Making of a Victorian Newspaper during a Period of Social Change. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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O'Neill, D. & Franks, S. (2016). A sporting chance for women? Gender imbalance on the sports desks of UK national newspapers. Media Report to Women, 44(1), pp. 21-22.

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Porlezza, C. (2006). Bashing the Competition, Indulging in Self-Adulation. In: S. Egli von Matt, C. Elia & S. Russ-Mohl (Eds.), Media Journalism in the Attention Cycle. Problems, Perspectives, Visions. (pp. 47-52). Lugano and Milano: Gianpiero Casagrande editore. ISBN 978.88.7795.170.0

Porlezza, C. (2012). Online Media Accountability – A New Frontier. Studies in Communication Sciences, 12(1), pp. 2-5. doi: 10.1016/j.scoms.2012.06.002

Porlezza, C. & Colapinto, C. (2012). Innovation in Creative Industries: From the Quadruple Helix Model to the Systems Theory. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 3(4), pp. 343-353. doi: 10.1007/s13132-011-0051-x

Porlezza, C., Maier, S. & Russ-Mohl, S. (2012). News Accuracy in Switzerland and Italy. Journalism Practice, 6(4), pp. 530-546. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2011.650923

Porlezza, C. & Russ-Mohl, S. (2012). Getting the Facts Straight in a Digital Era: Journalistic Accuracy and Trustworthiness. In: C. Peters & M. Broersma (Eds.), Rethinking Journalism. (pp. 45-59). London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415697026

Purvis, S. (2012). ‘Managing Murdoch’: How the regulator that became a problem then became a solution. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 1(2), pp. 143-155. doi: 10.1386/ajms.1.2.143_1

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Recuero, R., Bastos, M. T. & Zago, G. (2014). Narrative and violence: the Brazilian Autumn coverage on Twitter. Matrizes, 8(2), doi: 10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v8i2p191-217

Rodgers, J. (2011). Capturing Saddam Hussein: How the full story got away, and what conflict journalism can learn from it. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 4(2), pp. 179-191. doi: 10.1386/jwcs.4.2.179_1

Rodgers, J. (2014). From Perestroika to Putin: Journalism in Russia. In: J. Bennett & N. Strange (Eds.), Media Independence: Working with Freedom or Working for Free? Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. (pp. 223-242). Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138023482

Rodgers, J. (2014). From Stalingrad to Grozny: Patriotism, political pressure, and literature in the war reporting of Vassily Grossman and Anna Politkovskaya. Media, War and Conflict, 7(1), pp. 23-36. doi: 10.1177/1750635213514965

Rodgers, J. (2014). From Stalingrad to Grozny: patriotism, political pressure, and literature in the war reporting of Vassily Grossman and Anna Politkovskaya. Paper presented at the Media, War & Conflict's Fifth Anniversary Conference,, 11-04-2013 - 12-04-2013, Royal Holloway, London, UK.

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