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Anderle, Marco - Local e-participation and its relations to the local political arena
Asmolov, Gregory - The Governance of Crowds: the Role of Digital Platforms in Emergency Situations.
Baines, Jess - Radical and community printshops in the UK: 1970s - 1990s
Belakova, Nikola - Civil Defamation and the Media in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Benequista, Nicholas - The Moral Dilemmas of Journalism in Kenya's Politics of Belonging
Bhat, Ram - Internet Infrastructure and Identity Construction in India
Cante, Fabien - Radio proximities: urban place as resource and project in local radio
Darmon, Keren - Framing the representation and self-representation of SlutWalk London: Feminist or postfeminist sensibility?
De la Pava, Benjamin - Analyses of contemporary North American romantic films and the meanings brought to and made from them by socially and economically diverse audiences in London
DeCillia, Brooks - What role did the news media play in the contested dynamic of framing Canada's military in Afghanistan
Gilchrist, Kate - An intersectional analysis of coupledom, singledom and feminine subjectivity
Hadzipani, Naya - Between estrangement and attachment: International journalism in times of national crisis.
Horvath, Gyorgyi - Domestic violence in the Hungarian media, 2002-2013.
Huang, Yanning - Subaltern China and Online Rhetoric
Jimenez-Martinez, Cesar - Nationhood, visibility and the media: The struggles for and over the image of Brazil during the June 2013 demonstrations
Kelly, Anthony - Voices of outrage: affect, alterity, and American right-wing media discourse
Kiel, Paula - When the dead are the messengers: practices of post-mortem digital interaction
Kissas, Angelos - The potential of mediatized political communication to provide platforms for the configuration and negotiation of political parties’ ideology
Kroeger, Nora - Civil society stakeholders in media governance: An exploratory study on the impact of civic participation on media policy-making in the Taiwanese Anti-Media Monopoly case
Li, Winnie (Winifred) - Social Media for Rape Survivors as a Means of Self-Narration and Reclaiming Subjectivity.
Li, Zhongwei - Tuning in with the Cut-out: Profane Music and Subcultural Politics in 1990s China
Magalhães, João Carlos -Civic Identities and algorithmic visibility during the Brazilian political crisis
George Maier - Problematising the role of neoliberalism in the context of digital inequality within the United Kingdom
Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja - Beyond 140 characters: the underlying forces that shape political journalists' Twitter engagement
Papanagnou, Vaios - A comparative examination of the role of social media in the mutation of journalistic identity
Polizzi, Gianfranco - Civic, political engagement online and users’ perceptions of the potential of digital media
Rahali, Miriam - Gender, Media and Consumer Behavior
Reyes Acosta, Cornelia - The implications of using social network sites (SNS) on the social capital of European youth.
Smirnova, Svetlana - Big Data and Health Care
Stolic, Tijana - Media representations of trafficked women.
Stupart, Richard - Representation, crisis and empathy: Examining the framing and duration of South Sudanese crisis reporting.
Wang, Ziyan - Imagining An Emancipatory Labour Movement? The Mediated Political Struggle of Chinese Migrant Workers in Transitional China.
Yu, Jun - Social Solidarity in the Age of Algorithmic Communication
Yu, Ssu-Han - Political participation and identity of the younger Taiwanese generation on Facebook
Zhou, Yang - Understanding the making of the new Chinese working-class: Multiple identities, everyday life, new ICTs practice and the articulation of migrant subjectivities
Zhu, Xiaoxi - Globalization of Chinese film industry: representation, nationalism, power struggle