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Edited by Carla Cerqueira, Rosa Cabecinhas & Sara I. Magalhães - This book seeks to bring new insights to the interrelations and negotiations between (media) communication and gender through the use of interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches.
By Sara Bannerman - This book connects copyright history to current problems, issues and events in copyright and access to knowledge.
By Mehita Iqani - This book looks at the media representation of consumer culture in Africa, China, Brazil and India through case studies ranging from celebrity selfies, to travel websites, news reports and documentary film.
English translation of title: "The 2014 European Elections Political Communication: For or against Europe?"
Edited by Philippe J. Maarek -
Le présent ouvrage montre que la communication politique des partis antigouvernementaux, d’une violence inhabituelle envers l’Union Européenne, a fortement influé sur l’agenda politique ultérieur.
By Esther Chin and Stephen Thomas - This book explores how we define our social spaces in a world of globalization, cultural diversity, and media convergence.
By Hallvard Moe & Hilde Van den Bulck (Eds.) - There are very few studies or even general reflections on the medium Teletext. This anthology will fill the gap of knowledge of teletext in Europe.
Francesca Musiani, Derrick L. Cogburn, Laura DeNardis, Nanette S. Levinson (Eds.) - This book examines the current fundamental restructuring of global Internet governance by focusing on governance by Internet infrastructure.
By Terry Flew, Petros Iosifidis, Jeanette Steemers (Eds.) - This book shows that the nation-state never left and is still a force to be reckoned with.
By Kaarle Nordenstreng, Ulf Jonas Björk, Frank Beyersdorf, Svennik Høyer, Epp Lauk -
This book reviews how journalism evolved as a profession since the late nineteenth century and how journalists became internationally organized over the past one hundred and twenty years.
Edited by Richard C. Vincent and Kaarle Nordenstreng
This book is meant for the students and scholars of international communication and development, political economy, and international relations. It is also a resource for members of governments and NGOs, as well as advocates of human rights and grassroots communication.

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