Members' books

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...

Edited by Florencia Enghel and Jessica Noske-Turner. "A critical text for students and scholars in the areas of development communication and international development".
Edited by Jonathan Hardy, Iain MacRury and Helen Powell this fully revised and updated edition of The Advertising Handbook is a comprehensive and accessible guide to contemporary advertising and marketing theory and practice, designed to meet the requirements, interests and terms of reference of the most recent generation of media and advertising students.
Edited by IAMCR members Leen d'Haenens, Helena Sousa and Josef Trappel, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the current European media in a period of disruptive transformation.
Edited by Susana Priest, Jean Goodwin, and Michael F. Dahlstrom - Contributors to this volume explore the many complex questions surrounding the communication of scientific results to nonscientists, distributed in three sections —how ethics matters, professional practice, and case studies.
By Bart Cammaerts
- ‘The Circuit of Protest’, as developed in this volume, is comprised of an analysis of the discourses of the anti-austerity movement and their corresponding movement frames, and the self-mediation practices geared at communicating these.
Edited by Yoel Cohen
- A key question on this book is how the media, the political system, the religions themselves, the culture, and the economy influence how religion is reported in different countries..
Edited by Monroe Price and Nicole Stremlau
- The essays on this book seek to identify alternative approaches to the role of speech and expression in the organization of societies as well as efforts to shape the broader global information society.
By Christian Fuchs
- This book delves into new political-economic structures as expressed through political communication to explain the rise of authoritarian capitalism, nationalism and right-wing ideology throughout the world.
By Renée Barnes
- Drawing on a broad range of research including that from media and cultural studies, psychology and anthropology, this book provides a method for interpreting online comments’ role in society.
By Steven Harkins and Jairo Lugo-Ocando
- Examining news media in Britain since the industrial revolution, this book produces a historical account of how media discourses of poverty came into play.