In this section we announce recently published books by IAMCR members to the IAMCR community. If you are a member of IAMCR and would like to have your recent book listed, send us a message...
By Nico Carpentier - This book acknowledges the importance of discourse studies, in having produced a better understanding of the socio‐political role of frameworks of intelligibility, and of materialism theory in highlighting the importance of the agentic role of materials.
By Thomas Tufte - This work provides essential insights to students and scholars of media and communications, as well as anyone concerned with the practices and processes that lead to citizenship, democracy and social justice.
Edited by Wendy Willems & Winston Mano - This edited volume addresses the everyday lived experiences of Africans in their interaction with different kinds of media.
UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign - Once again IAMCR members from Bournemouth have produced an edited volume analysing the recent UK election only 10 days after the event. UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign, joins their previous works providing early reflection and insights on the UK election of 2015, the Brexit referendum of 2016, and the US election of 2016.
By Aphra Kerr - This work provides a political, economic and sociological analysis of the growth and restructuring of the digital games industry over the past decade.
Edited by Bob Franklin and Scott Eldridge II - This collection is the very first of its kind to attempt to distinguish this emerging field as a unique area of academic inquiry.
By Yu Hong - This book analyzes the central role of information, communications, and culture in Chinese-style capitalism.
Edited by Berit von der Lippe, Rune Ottosen - Through different case studies, the book reveals how the framing of different femininities and masculinities affects the reporting and our understanding of war and conflicts.
By Cherian George - This book shows that outbreaks of religious intolerance often involve sophisticated campaigns manufactured by political opportunists to mobilize supporters and marginalize opponents.
The first International Forum of Communication Law and Ethics, (known as FIÉDI for its Spanish acronym), was held this past July in Leicester, UK as an IAMCR preconference co-organized in collaboration with IAMCR’s Law Section. This book, published through the UCM e-Prints platform of the Complutense University of Madrid and with the collaboration of the University’s Cyberlaw Clinic, is a result of the preconference.