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Mediatized Political Campaigns: A Caribbean Perspective
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.
The Legacy of Peter Forsskål
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.
Favela Media Activism
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.
Edited by Belinha S. De Abreu et al. - This Handbook examines the theoretical, conceptual, pedagogical and methodological development of media literacy education and research around the world. .
By Jonas Ohlsson and Ulrika Facht - This book presents an analysis of how the digitalisation of the advertising market has impacted the business model of Nordic news media companies.
By Patrick Murphy -Today's global media sustains a potent new environmental consciousness. Paradoxically, it also serves as a far-reaching platform that promotes the unsustainable consumption ravaging our planet.
By Irene Bruna Seu and Shani Orgad - Provides a multi-disciplinary account informed by psychosocial studies, media and communications, social psychology, and sociology.
Edited by Divina Frau-Meigs, Irma Velez, Julieta Flores Michel - This book offers the first analysis on public policies in Media, information and computer literacy in Europe.
By Tarek Cherkaoui - This work reveals how geo-political and ideological legacies of the past, which divide the world into a dichotomy of 'us' against 'them', play a dominant role in reinforcing the ensuing polarisation of our media.

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