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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 Marc Raboy - The authoritative biography of Guglielmo Marconi, the first giant in global communication.
Edited by Gisela Goncalves, J. Paulo Serra - This book questions whether Web 2.0 could help enhance citizens’ political participation. It offers a critical examination of the current state of the art from diverse perspectives, highlights persisting gaps in our knowledge and identifies a promising stream of further research.
By Wayne Hope - This book analyzes the double relation between time and global capitalism. In order to do this, the author cross-relates four epistemes of time –epochality, time reckoning, temporality and coevalness– with four materializations of time.
Edited by Benjamin Birkinbine, Rodrigo Gomez, and Janet Wasko - This book takes an in-depth look at how media corporate power works globally, regionally, and nationally, investigating the ways in which the largest and most powerful media corporations in the world wield power.
By Tanner Mirrlees - Building on and extending Herbert Schiller’s classic study of US Empire and communications, Mirrlees highlights the symbiotic geopolitical and economic relationships between the US state and media firms that drive the production of imperial culture.
EU Referendum Analysis 2016: Media, Voters and the Campaign
Edited in record time by IAMCR members Daniel Jackson, Einar Thorsen and Dominic Wring, this book is available for free download and was central to a special IAMCR pre-conference held in Leicester on 27 July. -
Freedom of Expression and Media in Transition: Studies and reflections in the digital age
Edited by Ulla Carlsson - Digitization and globalization of media have changed our communication systems in terms of time, space and social behaviour... The context of freedom of expression has shifted.
Edited by Seamus Simpson, Manuel Puppis and Hilde Van den Bulck - This book brings together the work of a range of leading media policy scholars to provide inroads to a better understanding of how effective media policies can be developed.
Edited by Stefan Mertens and Hedwig de Smaele - The representation of Islam is unquestionably a critical test for comparing journalistic reporting across countries and cultures.
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.

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