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The book is especially suited as accompanying literature for existing reading groups, new reading groups and individual readers of Marx’s “Capital”.
This book serves as a guidepost to those wishing to understand the difficulties facing critical researchers and how others have been able to navigate through these challenges. It is noteworthy that 10 of the 12 key thinkers presented in this book are members of IAMCR.
This volume explores the politics associated with the use or lack of use of indigenous languages in Africa.
The book reveals that most young people are far from apathetic about democracy but rather they are critical of current representative democratic systems and the political elites who appear to run them.
By Txema Ramírez de la Piscina, Alazne Aiestaran, Antxoka Agirre and Beatriz Zabalondo -
The subject of the study is very succinct: the present and future of journalism.
Editors: Lina Dencik & Oliver Leistert
This book critically interrogates the relationship between social media and protest from an interdisciplinary perspective, examining the multiple ways in which we need to politicize and contextualise commercial social media platforms, in particular with regards to their use for the purposes of anti-systemic and progressive protest movements.
Why do some TV genres have the label feminine or masculine? Why do we worry about boys playing video games too much while girls play just as often? Is the TV show Sex and the City empowering or not? Why are recent television shows like Desperate Housewives post-feminist television?
How do journalism, the various representations and public spheres of European cultures and societies change?
Two new books on media and margins, by academics from Bournemouth University.
The present Yearbook celebrates 10 years of the OBITEL and its special topic is Gender Relations in Television Fiction.