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 (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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

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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.

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Cooper, G. ORCID: 0000-0003-2367-8626 (2011). Why were Women Correspondents the Face of Coverage of the Libyan Revolution. In: Mair, J. and Keeble, R. L. (Eds.), Mirage in the Desert? Reporting the 'Arab Spring'. (pp. 236-244). Bury St Edmunds: Abramis. ISBN 1845495144

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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.

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

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

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

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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 (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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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. (2011). 'Piercing the fog of propaganda'. British Journalism Review, 22(4), pp. 79-84. doi: 10.1177/0956474811432400

Rodgers, J. (2011). 'The fog of propaganda: attempts to influence the reporting of the Arab Spring, and how journalists should see through it'. In: Mair, J. and Keeble, R. (Eds.), Mirage in the Desert? Reporting the 'Arab Spring'. (pp. 94-100). UK: Abramis. ISBN 1845495144

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Singer, J. (2011). Community Service: Editor pride and user preference on local newspaper websites. Journalism Practice, 5(6), pp. 623-642. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2011.601938

Singer, J. (2011). Journalism and Digital Technologies. In: Lowrey, W. and Gade, P. J. (Eds.), Changing the News: The forces shaping journalism in uncertain times. (pp. 213-229). Oxford: Routledge. ISBN 9780415871587

Singer, J. (2011). Journalism in a Network. In: Deuze, M. (Ed.), Managing Media Work. (pp. 103-109). California: Sage. ISBN 9781412971249

Singer, J. and Dorsher, M. (2011). New Technologies and Techniques: New Ethics? (3rd ed.) In: Gordon, A. D., Kittross, J. M., Merrill, J. C., Babcock, W. and Dorsher, M. (Eds.), Controversies in Media Ethics. (pp. 216-226). New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415992473

St Louis, C. (2011). What is a Science Journalist for: Communication or Investigation? In: Mair, J. and Keeble, R. (Eds.), Investigative Journalism: Dead or Alive? (pp. 308-315). Abramis Academic Publishing. ISBN 9781845494902

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Thurman, N. (2011). Making 'The Daily Me': Technology, economics and habit in the mainstream assimilation of personalized news. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 12(4), pp. 395-415. doi: 10.1177/1464884910388228

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