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In this section IAMCR members can announce their recently published books to the IAMCR community. If you are a member of IAMCR and would like to have your recent books listed, send us a message...


Crime Statistics in the News
By Jairo Lugo-Ocando - A compelling and informed text, this book will be of interest to scholars and students of criminology and journalism alike.
Becoming Digital: Toward a Post-Internet Society
By Vincent Mosco - This timely book explores this potential as both a reality on the horizon and a myth that inspires a new religion of technology.
Citizenship, Democracies, and Media Engagement among Emerging Economies and Marginalized Communities
Edited by Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi - This volume analyzes the contexts in which emerging economies can chart their socioeconomic futures through progressive democratic practices and media engagement.
By Cherian George - This collection of personal reflections about Singapore’s political culture and structure makes a case for political liberalisation.
By Fidèle A. Vlavo - This book examines the praxis of electronic protest by focusing on the discourses and narratives provided by the activists and artists involved.
Edited by Massimo Ragnedda, Glenn W. Muschert - This book examines and explains the phenomenon of digital divides and digital inequalities from a theoretical perspective and proposes a nuanced approach to study the digital divide.
By Indrani Bachan-Persad - This book examines the interplay between press and politics in political campaigns during a period of electoral volatility in Trinidad and Tobago.
Edited by Ulla Carlsson & David Goldberg - An analysis of Forsskål’s famous essay and the circumstances under which the very first legislation on freedom of information was enacted in Sweden in 1766.
By Leonardo Custódio - What explains the engagement of low-income youth in media initiatives for political mobilization & social change in everyday life? This book looks at this question using an ethnographic and interdisciplinary study of media activism of young residents of favelas in Rio de Janeiro.
By Simon Dawes - This text adopts an explicitly Foucauldian and genealogical perspective in its account of media history and power.

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