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Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2015. Religion and violence [Editorial]. Social Identities 21 (2) , pp. 85-86. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1049445
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Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2015. To count or not to count? [Editorial]. Social Identities 21 (5) , pp. 423-424. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1100055
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Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2015. We are here because you were there [Editorial]. Social Identities 21 (6) , pp. 527-528. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1114705
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Allan, Stuart 2015. Afterword. In: Thorsen, E., Jackson, D., Savigny, H. and Alexander, J. eds. Media, Margins and Civic Agency, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 209-213.

Allan, Stuart 2015. Introduction: Photojournalism and citizen journalism. Journalism Practice 9 (4) , pp. 455-464. 10.1080/17512786.2015.1030131
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Allan, Stuart 2015. "iPhone-wielding amateurs”: The rise of citizen photojournalism. In: Atton, Chris ed. The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 357-366.

Allan, Stuart 2015. London is burning: politics, protest and participation in newsmaking. In: Meso Ayerdi, K., Agirreazkuenaga Onaindia, I. and Larrondo Ureta, A. eds. Active Audiences and Journalism, Bilbao: Universidad del Pais Vasco, pp. 7-16.

Allan, Stuart 2015. Media history. In: Donsbach, W. ed. The Concise Encyclopedia of Communication, Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 358-360.

Allan, Stuart 2015. Reconsidering “the report” in a digital age. Journalism and Discourse Studies 1 (1) , pp. 5-6.
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Allan, Stuart 2015. Visualizing human rights: The video advocacy of WITNESS. In: Cottle, Simon and Cooper, Glenda eds. Humanitarianism, Communications and Change, Global Crises and the Media, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 197-210.

Allan, Stuart and Ewart, Jacqui 2015. Citizen science, citizen journalism: New forms of environmental reporting. In: Hansen, A. and Cox, R. eds. The Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication, London: Routledge, pp. 186-196.

Allan, Stuart and Peters, Chris 2015. ‘The “public eye” or “disaster tourists”: Investigating public perceptions of citizen smartphone imagery. Digital Journalism 3 (4) , pp. 477-494. 10.1080/21670811.2015.1034517
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Allan, Stuart and Peters, Chris 2015. Visual truths of citizen reportage: Four research problematics. Information, Communication & Society 18 (11) , pp. 1348-1361. 10.1080/1369118X.2015.1061576
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Allbeson, Tom 2015. Photographic diplomacy in the postwar world: UNESCO and the conception of photography as a universal language, 1946-1956. Modern Intellectual History 12 (2) , pp. 383-415. 10.1017/S1479244314000316
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Allbeson, Tom 2015. Visualizing wartime destruction and postwar reconstruction: Herbert Mason's photograph of St. Paul's reevaluated. The Journal of Modern History 87 (3) , pp. 532-578. 10.1086/682677
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Bakir, Vian, Cable, Jonathan, Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne and McStay, Andrew 2015. Public feeling on privacy, security and surveillance: a report by DATA‐PSST and DCSS. [Project Report]. Cardiff University and Bangor University. Available at: https://dcssproject.net/public-feeling/
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Barrowman, Kyle 2015. Grappling with history: Martial Arts in classical Hollywood cinema. [Online]. Kung Fu Tea: Martial Arts History, Wing Chun, and Chinese Martial Studies. Available at: https://chinesemartialstudies.com/2015/08/06/guest...

Barrowman, Kyle 2015. History in the making: martial arts between planet Hollywood and planet Hong Kong. Martial Arts Studies 1 , pp. 72-82. 10.18573/j.2015.10020
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Basu, Laura 2015. TV satire and its targets: Have I Got News for You, The Thick of It and Brass Eye. In: Meijer Drees, Marijke and De Leeuw, Sonja eds. The Power of Satire, Topics in Humor Research, John Benjamins, pp. 207-216. (10.1075/thr.2)

Bedri, Mohamed 2015. Aljazeera between serving Qatar, an advocate of Arabism and Political Islam or democratic values. An examination of scholarly works on three models in contention. MPhil Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bennett, Lucy 2015. A shift of responsibility?: Public inclusion and the implications of crowdfunding academic research. [Online]. Media Commons. Available at: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/question/w...

Booth, Paul J. and Bennett, Lucy 2015. Exploring fandom and the performance paradigm: An interview with Kurt Lancaster, author of 'Interacting with "Babylon 5"'. Transformative Works and Cultures 18 , 0638. 10.3983/twc.2015.0638
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Bowman, Paul 2015. Asking the question: Is martial arts studies an academic field? Martial Arts Studies 1 , pp. 3-19. 10.18573/j.2015.10015
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Bowman, Paul 2015. Martial arts studies: disrupting disciplinary boundaries. Disruptions, London: Rowman and Littlefield International.

Bowman, Paul and Judkins, Benjamin N. 2015. Editorial. Martial Arts Studies 1 , pp. 1-2. 10.18573/j.2015.10014
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Burchell, Kenzie, Ben, O'Loughlin, Gillespie, Marie and Nieto McAvoy, Eva 2015. Soft power and its audiences: Tweeting the Olympics from London 2012 to Sochi 2014. Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies 12 (1) , pp. 413-437.
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Cable, Jonathan 2015. Hierarchies of Incredibility: The impact of different repertoires of protest on message propagation and press coverage. Journalism and Discourse Studies 1 (1)

Cable, Jonathan 2015. UK Public Opinion Review - Working Paper - An overview of public opinion polls since the Edward Snowden revelations in June 2013. [Working Paper]. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.dcssproject.net/
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Chan, Hiu M. 2015. Limehouse and its haunted nostalgia. In: Maksymiak, Malgorzata A., Marten-Finnis, Susanne and Nagel, Michael eds. Promised Lands, Transformed Neighbourhoods and Other Spaces: Migration and the Art of Display, 1920-1950, edition lumière, pp. 197-206.

Cranmer, Frank, Doe, Norman, Harte, David and Sandberg, Russell 2015. Response to consultation on the place and role of religion and belief in contemporary Britain by the commission on religion and belief in British public life. [Working Paper]. Centre for Law and Religion Working Papers, Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Cushion, Stephen 2015. Injecting immediacy into media logic: re(interpreting) the mediatizaton of politics on UK television newscasts 1991-2013. Javnost/The Public 21 (3) , pp. 39-54. 10.1080/13183222.2014.11073410
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Cushion, Stephen 2015. News and politics: the rise of live and interpretive journalism. Communication and Society, London: Routledge.

Cushion, Stephen and Franklin, Robert 2015. Public service broadcasting: markets and 'vulnerable values' in broadcast and print journalism. In: Coleman, Stephen, Moss, Giles and Parry, Katy eds. Can the Media Serve Democracy? Essays in Honour of Jay G. Blumler, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 63-75.
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Rachel and Rodger, Hugh 2015. Adopting or resisting 24-hour news logic on evening bulletins? the mediatization of UK television news 1991-2012. Journalism 16 (7) , pp. 866-883. 10.1177/1464884914550975
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard and Ellis, Oliver 2015. Interpreting UKIP's 'earthquake' in British politics: UK television news coverage of the 2009 and 2014 EU election campaigns. The Political Quarterly 86 (2) , pp. 314-322. 10.1111/1467-923X.12169
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard and Ellis, Oliver 2015. The mediatization of second-order elections and party launches: UK television news reporting of the 2014 European Union campaign. International Journal of Communication 9 , pp. 1523-1543.
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Dencik, Lina 2015. The advent of surveillance realism. [Online]. Cardiff: Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. Available at: http://www.jomec.co.uk/blog/the-advent-of-surveill...

Dencik, Lina 2015. Social media and the 'new authenticity' of protest. In: Dencik, Lina and Leistert, Oliver eds. Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation, London: Rowman & Littlefield International, pp. 203-218.

Dencik, Lina and Hintz, Arne 2015. The post-Snowden surveillance policy turmoil. [Online]. London: London School of Economics and Political Science. Available at: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2015/06/...

Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne, Carey, Zoe and Pandya, Hina 2015. Managing 'threats': uses of social media for policing domestic extremism and disorder in the UK. [Project Report]. Quantified Society, Media Democracy Fund, Ford Foundation, Open Society Foundations. Available at: http://www.dcssproject.net/files/2015/12/Managing-...
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Dencik, Lina and Wilkin, Peter 2015. Worker resistance and media: challenging global corporate power in the 21st century. Global Crises and the Media, Peter Lang.

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Edgar, Andrew Robert, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Interpreting chronic disorders of consciousness: medical science and family experience. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 21 (3) , pp. 374-379. 10.1111/jep.12220
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Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele and Redden, Joanna 2015. Introduction: compromised data. In: Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele and Redden, Joanna eds. Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, London: Bloomsbury,

Evans, Daniel 2015. Post-Devolution Welsh Identity in Porthcawl: an ethnographic analysis of class, place and everyday nationhood in 'British Wales'. PhD Thesis, Bangor University.
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Farrell, Nathan and Allan, Stuart 2015. Redrawing boundaries: WITNESS and the politics of citizen videos. Global Media and Communication 11 (3) , pp. 237-253. 10.1177/1742766515606291
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Garner, Ross 2015. Brand reconciliation? A case study of ITV's 2013 rebrand. Critical Studies in Television: An International Journal of Television Studies 10 (1) , pp. 3-23. 10.7227/CST.10.1.2
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Garner, Ross 2015. "It is happening again": Twin Peaks and the "dispersed anniversary". Presented at: SCMS - Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 25-29 March 2015.
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Garner, Ross 2015. "It is happening again": Twin Peaks and the "dispersed anniversary". Presented at: I'll See You Again in 25 Years: The Return of Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV, University of Salford, UK, 21-22 May 2015.
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Gerbaudo, Paolo and Trere, Emiliano 2015. In search of the 'we' of social media activism: introduction to the special issue on social media and protest identities. Information, Communication & Society 18 (8) , pp. 865-871. 10.1080/1369118X.2015.1043319
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Hale, James, Pugh, Thomas, Sadler, Jon, Boyko, Christopher, Brown, Julie, Caputo, Silvio, Caserio, Maria, Coles, Richard, Farmani, Raziyeh, Hales, Chantal, Horsey, Russell, Hunt, Dexter, Leach, Joanne, Rogers, Christopher and MacKenzie, A. Rob 2015. Delivering a multi-functional and resilient urban forest. Sustainability 7 (4) , pp. 4600-4624. 10.3390/su7044600
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Halliday, Simon, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Law in everyday life and death: a socio-legal study of chronic disorders of consciousness. Legal Studies 35 (1) , pp. 55-74. 10.1111/lest.12042
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Hamad, Hannah 2015. Eddie Murphy’s baby mama drama and Smith family values: the (post-) racial familial politics of Hollywood celebrity couples. In: Cobb, Shelley and Ewen, Neil eds. First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship and Cultural Politics, London and New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 116-132.
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Hamad, Hannah 2015. “I’m Not Past My Sell By Date Yet!”: Sarah Jane’s adventures in postfeminist rejuvenation and the later life celebrity of Elisabeth Sladen. In: Jermyn, Deborah and Holmes, Susan eds. Women, Celebrity and Cultures of Ageing: Freeze Frame, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 162-177.
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Harris, Janet 2015. Screening The Good Soldier. In: Sanders, Max and Haslam, Sara eds. Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier: Centenary Essays, Vol. 14. International Ford Madox Ford Studies, Brill, pp. 103-116. (10.1163/9789004299177)
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Harte, David, Turner, Jerome and Williams, Andrew 2015. Discourses of enterprise in hyperlocal community news in the UK. Policy & Internet 10 (2) , pp. 233-250. 10.1080/17512786.2015.1123109
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Hartley, John, Wen, W and Li, Henry 2015. Creative economy and culture: Challenges, changes and futures for the creative industries. Sage.

Hintz, Arne 2015. Internet freedoms and restrictions: the policy environment for online alternative media. In: Atton, Chris ed. The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 235-246.

Hintz, Arne 2015. Social media censorship, privatized regulation, and new restrictions to protest and dissent. In: Dencik, Lina and Leistert, Oliver eds. Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation, London: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 109-126.

Howells, Rachel 2015. Journey to the centre of a news black hole: examining the democratic deficit in a town with no newspaper. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Jewell, John 2015. Bad news week for BBC as Murdoch press sharpens claws. The Conversation 2015 (14 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. Brace yourselves - this election will see more political adverts. And it won't be pretty. The Conversation 2015 (23 Feb)

Jewell, John 2015. Can a plug from Martin Freeman make up for Ant and Dec fleeing the Labour fold? The Conversation 2015 (2 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. COP21: thanks to our sponsors, the climate debate is open for business. The Conversation 2015 (Dec 1)

Jewell, John 2015. Coulson acquittal: Beginning of the end game for Leveson? The Conversation 2015 (4 June)

Jewell, John 2015. Daily Mail reverts to type as media makes sense of Paris atrocities. The Conversation 2015 (20 Nov)

Jewell, John 2015. Election coverage: sweet victory or a new low for the UK press. The Conversation 2015 (9 May)

Jewell, John 2015. For the Mirror Group, buying the Daily Express would be a blast into the past not the future. The Conversation 2015 (26 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. Free speech in the chiller as police pounce on journalists and academics. The Conversation 2015 (30 Oct)

Jewell, John 2015. Guardian fortunes appear revived as leadership contest enters home straight. The Conversation 2015 (9 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. How Charlotte Church kept cool in the eye of a tabloid and Twitter storm. The Conversation 2015 (12 Oct)

Jewell, John 2015. How Disney will make US$5 billion from Star Wars 7 merchandise. The Conversation 2015 (21 Sep)

Jewell, John 2015. How Fleet Street turned Dunkirk from catastrophe into cultural icon. The Conversation 2015 (27 May)

Jewell, John 2015. How Margaret Thatcher invented the modern British election campaign. The Conversation 2015 (9 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. In a spin: why Seumas Milne is the wrong spokesman for Jeremy Corbyn. The Conversation 2015 (23 Oct)

Jewell, John 2015. Is Facebook's instant article the death of the paywall? The Conversation 2015 (21 May)

Jewell, John 2015. John Cantlie: A final message from a hostage to fortune? The Conversation 2015 (13 Feb)

Jewell, John 2015. Katie Hopkins and the Sun: when the unreadable prints the unspeakable. The Conversation 2015 (20 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. Lies, slurs and dodgy experts: welcome to the nightly news. The Conversation 2015 (3 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. News, jokes and listicles: Here's how BuzzFeed changed the face of journalism. The Conversation 2015 (Jun 18)

Jewell, John 2015. Newspapers run a sexist eye over UK election. The Conversation 2015 (27 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. On a clear day you can see Apple Corp (in fact, that's pretty much all you can see). The Conversation 2015 (17 Nov)

Jewell, John 2015. Quality has been sacrificed in the 'melee of digital change' at the Daily Telegraph. The Conversation 2015 (16 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. Question Time: serious political debate or a popularity contest for needy egos? The Conversation 2015 (30 Jan)

Jewell, John 2015. Song remains the same for UK papers when it comes to Labour leadership. The Conversation 2015 (22 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. Strange bedfellows unite to fight TTIP - but will it work? The Conversation 2015 (10 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. Sunday Times resurgent jewel in Murdoch's battered crown. The Conversation 2015 (13 Jan)

Jewell, John 2015. This is a hellish time to be a journalist. The Conversation 2015 (2 Sept)

Jewell, John 2015. Tories hope attack ads will put election in their pocket. The Conversation 2015 (16 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. Two faced Sun shows Rupert can swing both ways if there is something in it for him. The Conversation 2015 (1 May)

Jewell, John 2015. Very British scandal continues rich tradition of tabloid titillation - and never mind the ethics. The Conversation 2015 (29 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. What's in a name? Cameron singles out the BBC in Islamic State coverage. The Conversation 2015 (29 Jun)

Jewell, John 2015. Wouldn't you just know it? The Sun's Page 3 cover up turned out to be a storm in a D cup. The Conversation 2015 (23 Jan)

Jukes, Stephen and Allan, Stuart 2015. Guarding the guardians: The Leveson Inquiry and the future of independent journalism. In: Bennett, James and Strange, Niki eds. Media Independence, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 31-51.

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Kidd, Jenny 2015. Comparison of National Gallery to Disneyland touches a nerve. [Online]. The Conversation Trust. Available at: https://theconversation.com/comparison-of-national...

Kidd, Jenny 2015. Gaming for affect: museum online games and the embrace of empathy. The Journal of Curatorial Studies 4 (3) , pp. 414-432. 10.1386/jcs.4.3.414_1
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Kidd, Jenny 2015. Museums are becoming more playful...in how they ask us for money. [Online]. The Conversation Trust. Available at: https://theconversation.com/museums-are-becoming-m...

Kidd, Jenny 2015. Museums are using virtual reality to preserve the past - before it's too late. [Online]. The Conversation Trust. Available at: https://theconversation.com/museums-are-using-virt...

Kidd, Jenny 2015. Representation. Key Ideas in Media & Cultural Studies, London: Routledge.

Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Withdrawing artificial nutrition and hydration from minimally conscious and vegetative patients: family perspectives. Journal of Medical Ethics 41 , pp. 157-160. 10.1136/medethics-2013-101799
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Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Media representations of science and health: the case of coma. In: Miller, Toby ed. The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture, Routledge Companions, London: Routledge, pp. 333-341.
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Konow-Lund, Maria 2015. Entreprenørskap i redaksjonen - Slik ble VGTV til. In: Barland, J and Vaagan, R.W. eds. Entreprenørskap og ledelse i media, Oslo: Cappelen Damm, pp. 41-62.
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Kyriakidou, Maria 2015. Media witnessing: exploring the audience of distant suffering. Media, Culture and Society 37 (2) , pp. 215-231. 10.1177/0163443714557981
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Latchem, Julie and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Breaking down barriers: the importance of good relationships. Nursing and Residential Care 17 (1) , pp. 30-33. 10.12968/nrec.2015.17.1.30
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Lester, Libby and Cottle, Simon 2015. Transnational protests, publics and media participation (in an environmental age). In: Hansen, Anders and Cox, Robert eds. Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication, Routledge, pp. 100-110.

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Miazhevich, Galina 2015. Sites of subversion: online political satire in two post-Soviet states. New Media and Society 37 (3) , pp. 422-439. 10.1177/0163443714567015
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Miller, Toby 2015. Beyond the barrio — ladies and gentlemen, let’s get ready for...Graeme Turner and Horace Newcomb. Television & New Media 16 (1) , pp. 94-97. 10.1177/1527476414544973
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Miller, Toby 2015. Dependencia meets gentle nationalism. Cultural Studies 29 (4) , pp. 515-526. 10.1080/09502386.2014.1000610
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Miller, Toby 2015. How green is this paper? Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 7 , pp. 588-599. 10.3384/cu.2000.1525.1573588
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Mitchell, Linda 2015. The role of the media in peacebuilding: Public service broadcasting in Sierra Leone. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Moore, Kerry 2015. Editorial: The meaning of migration. JOMEC Journal (7) , pp. 1-6. 10.18573/j.2015.10001
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Moore, Kerry 2015. Immigration coverage and populist cultural work in the 2015 General Election campaign. In: Jackson, Daniel and Thorsen, Einar eds. UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign: Early reflections from leading UK academics, Bournemouth, UK: The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, pp. 20-21.
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Noonan, Caitriona 2015. Constructing creativities: Higher education and the cultural workforce. In: Oakley, Kate and O'Connor, Justin eds. Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries, Routledge, pp. 442-451.
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Noonan, Caitriona 2015. Professional mobilities in the creative industries: The role of “place” for young people aspiring for a creative career. Cultural Trends 24 (4) , pp. 299-309. 10.1080/09548963.2015.1088121
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Osman, Idil A 2015. Re-creating conflict: an examination of Somali diasporic media involvement in the Somali conflict. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Paca, Dafina 2015. Neither here nor there: the discursive construction of identity by Kosovo Albanians. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Paca, Dafina 2015. ‘Schatzi’: making meaning of diaspora. JOMEC Journal 7 , pp. 1-17. 10.18573/j.2015.10005
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Papadopoulou, Maria 2015. Music rituals and social division: constructing, performing and legitimizing the social self. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Payson, Alida 2015. Moving feelings, intimate moods and migrant protest in Cardiff. JOMEC Journal 7 10.18573/j.2015.10002
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Payson, Alida 2015. This is the place we are calling home’: Changes in Sanctuary Seeking in Wales. In: Williams, Charlotte, Evans, Neil and O'Leary, Paul eds. A Tolerant Nation?: Revisiting Ethnic Diversity in a Devolved Wales, Vol. 2. University of Wales Press, pp. 277-304.

Pérez-Ortiz, M., Gutiérrez, P.A., Cruz-Ramírez, M., Sanchez-Monedero, Javier and Hervás-Martínez, C. 2015. Kernelising the proportional odds model through kernel learning techniques. Neurocomputing 164 , pp. 23-33. 10.1016/j.neucom.2014.09.085
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Purcell-Davis, Allyson 2015. Interaction in the radio news interview: a case study of BBC Radio 4's the Today programme and the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Redden, Joanna 2015. Big data as system of knowledge: investigating Canadian governance. In: Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele and Redden, Joanna eds. Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, London: Bloomsbury,
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Redden, Joanna 2015. Social media protest in context: surveillance, information management, and neoliberal governance in Canada. In: Dencik, Lina and Leistert, Oliver eds. Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation, Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 127-144.

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Sambrook, Richard Jeremy 2015. From Buerk to Ushahidi: change in TV reporting of humanitarian crises. In: Cottle, Simon and Cooper, Glenda eds. Humanitarianism, Communications and Change, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 19. Peter Lang, pp. 53-60.

Sambrook, Richard Jeremy 2015. Now is the time to decide: what kind of BBC do you want? The Conversation 2015 (16 Jul)
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Sambrook, Richard Jeremy and Cushion, Stephen 2015. Election coverage: how the parties and leaders are faring on television. The Guardian 2015 (12 Apr)
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Saunders, Benjamin, Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2015. Participant anonymity in the Internet age: from theory to practice. Qualitative Research in Psychology 12 (2) , pp. 125-137.
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Simon, Cottle and Hughes, Charles Martin 2015. The United Nations' responsibility to protect and the world's press: establishing a new humanitarian norm? In: Hoffmann, Julie and Hawkins, Virgil eds. Communication and Peace: Mapping an Emerging Field, Routledge, pp. 76-91.
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Trere, Emiliano 2015. Ecología del videoactivismo contemporáneo en México: alcances y limitaciones de las prácticas de resistencia en las redes digitales. In: Sierra, Francisco and Montero, David eds. Videoactivismo y movimientos sociales. Teoría y praxis de las multitudes conectadas, Gedisa, pp. 167-187.

Trere, Emiliano 2015. Prácticas comunicativas, mediaciones y resistencia: lecciones aprendidas y perspectivas futuras sobre el activismo digital. In: Rivera Magos, Sergio ed. Claves para la comprensión de la cultura digital, Editorial Universitaria de la Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, pp. 187-202.

Trere, Emiliano 2015. Reclaiming, proclaiming, and maintaining collective identity in the #YoSoy132 movement in Mexico: an examination of digital frontstage and backstage activism through social media and instant messaging platforms. Information, Communication & Society 18 (8) , pp. 901-915. 10.1080/1369118X.2015.1043744
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Trere, Emiliano 2015. Redescubriendo el poder transformador de la comunicación para el cambio social en la era del Big Data. Comunicación y Sociedad 23 , pp. 261-265.
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Trere, Emiliano 2015. The struggle within: discord, conflict and paranoia in social media protest. In: Dencik, Lina and Leistert, Oliver eds. Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation, Rowman & Littlefield International, pp. 163-180.

Trere, Emiliano and Barassi, Veronica 2015. Net-authoritarianism? How web ideologies reinforce political hierarchies in the Italian 5 Star Movement. Journal of Italian Cinema & Media Studies 3 (3) , pp. 287-304. 10.1386/jicms.3.3.287_1
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Trere, Emiliano and Gutierrez, Bernardo 2015. A conversation with Bernardo Gutiérrez: Exploring technopolitics in Latin America. International Journal of Communication 9 , pp. 3803-3813.
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Trere, Emiliano and Magallanes-Blanco, Claudia 2015. Battlefields, experiences, debates: Latin American struggles and digital media resistance: Introduction. International Journal of Communication 9 , pp. 3652-3661.
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Trere, Emiliano and Pleyers, Geoffrey 2015. A conversation with Geoffrey Pleyers: The battlefields of Latin American struggles and the challenges of the internet for social change. International Journal of Communication 9 , pp. 3814-3822.
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Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2015. Resisting epistemologies of user-generated content? Cooptation, segregation and the boundaries of journalism. Boundaries of Journalism, Routledge, pp. 169-185.
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Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin and Ye, Weihua 2015. Gender and politics. The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication 10.1002/9781118541555.wbiepc144
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Walshe, Catherine 2015. Stating support for the city. In: Murdock, Graham and Gripsrud, Jostein eds. Money Talks: Mediating Capital, The University of Chicago Press, pp. 65-78.

Wilkin, Peter, Dencik, Lina and Bognár, Éva 2015. Digital activism and Hungarian media reform: The case of Milla. European Journal of Communication 30 (6) , pp. 682-697. 10.1177/0267323115595528
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Williams, Andy 2015. Environmental news journalism, public relations, and news sources. In: Hansen, Anders and Cox, Robert eds. The Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication, London: Routledge, pp. 197-206.
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Williams, Andy, Harte, Dave and Turner, Jerome 2015. Filling the news hole? UK community news and the crisis in local journalism. In: Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis ed. Local Journalism: The Decline of Newspapers and the Rise of Digital Media, Oxford: IB Tauris/Reuters Institute, pp. 203-223.
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Williams, Andy, Harte, David and Turner, Jerome 2015. The value of UK hyperlocal community news. Digital Journalism 3 (5) , pp. 680-703. 10.1080/21670811.2014.965932
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