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Ahmad, A. H., Bromley, M. S. and 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. (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),

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

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

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

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

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 (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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

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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. and 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

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Lashmar, P. (2013). From the Insight Team to Wikileaks, the continuing power of investigative journalism as a benchmark of quality news journalism. In: Anderson, P.J., Ogola, G. and Williams, M. (Eds.), The Future of Quality News Journalism. (pp. 35-52). Routledge. ISBN 9780415532860

Lashmar, P. (2013). Journalist, Folk Devil? In: Petley, J., Critcher, C., Hughes, J. and Rohloff, A. (Eds.), Moral Panics in the Contemporary World. (pp. 51-72). London, UK: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 978-1-6235-6893-1

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. (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

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Rodgers, J. (2013). The Roadmap Ripped Up: Lessons from Gaza in the Second Intifada. Mediterranean Quarterly, 24(3), pp. 20-34. doi: 10.1215/10474552-2339444

Rodgers, J. (2013). The air raids that never were and the war that nobody won: government propaganda in conflict reporting and how journalists should respond to it. Global Media and Communication, 9(1), pp. 5-18. doi: 10.1177/1742766512463037

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Singer, J. (2013). The Ethical Implications of an Elite Press. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 28(3), pp. 203-216. doi: 10.1080/08900523.2013.802163

Singer, J. (2013). Networked News Work. In: Brennen, B. (Ed.), Assessing Evidence in a Postmodern World. (pp. 137-150). Marquette University Press. ISBN 9780874620368

St Louis, C. (2013). Desperate couples are misled by only positive reports of IVF. The Conversation,

St Louis, C. (2013). Don’t let the PR industry annex science journalism. Research Professional, p. 22.

St Louis, C. (2013). We need to talk about sexism in science. The Guardian,

Statham, P. and Tumber, H. (2013). Relating news analysis and public opinion: Applying a communications method as a 'tool' to aid interpretation of survey results. Journalism, 14(6), pp. 737-753. doi: 10.1177/1464884913491044

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Tasiu 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

Thurman, N. (2013). How Live Blogs are Reconfiguring Breaking News. In: Newman, N. and Levy, D. A. L. (Eds.), Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2013: Tracking the Future of News. (pp. 85-88). Oxford, UK: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Thurman, N. and Walters, A. (2013). Live Blogging- Digital Journalism's Pivotal Platform? A case study of the production, consumption, and form of Live Blogs at Guardian.co.uk. Digital Journalism, 1(1), pp. 82-101. doi: 10.1080/21670811.2012.714935

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Vuohelainen, M. (2013). "Contributing to most things": Richard Marsh, literary production, and the Fin de Siècle periodicals market. Victorian Periodicals Review, 46(3), pp. 401-422. doi: 10.1353/vpr.2013.0022

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