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Professor Nick Couldry's Publications list

(1995- )



Couldry, N., Madianou, M. and Pinchevski, A. (eds.) (July 2013) Ethics of Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave/MacMillan.


(1) Couldry, N. (2012) Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice. 311 + xii pp. Cambridge: Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-3921-5 (pbk) and 978-0-7456-3920-8 (hbk) [translations currently being prepared in Chinese and Albanian]

(2) Couldry, N. (2010) Why Voice Matters: Culture and Politics After Neoliberalism. 176 + viii pp. London: Sage. ISBN 978-1-84860-662-3 (pbk) and 978-1-84860-661-6 (hbk). [translations currently being prepared in Italian, Portuguese and Korean]

(3) Couldry, N., Hepp, A. and Krotz, F. (eds.) (2009) Media Events in a Global Age 309 + xv pp. London:Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-47711-6 (pbk) and 978-0-415-47710-9 (hbk).

(4) Couldry, N., Livingstone, S. and Markham, T. (2007) Media Consumption and Public Engagement: Beyond the Presumption of Attention. 247 + xiv pp.  Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 1-4039- 8534-0 [reprinted in revised paperback edition February 2010 ISBN 978-0-230-24738-3]

(5) Couldry, N. (2006) Listening Beyond the Echoes: Media, Ethics and Agency in an Uncertain World , 172 + xii pp. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Press. ISBN 978-1-59451-236-0 and 1-59451-236-1.

(6) Couldry, N. and McCarthy, A. (eds)(2004) MediaSpace: Place Scale and Culture in a Media Age. 303 + xiii pp. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-29175-5 (pbk), 0-415-29174-7 (hbk)   

(7) Couldry, N. and Curran, J. (eds) (2003) Contesting Media Power: Alternative Media in a Networked World. 319 + x pp. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield . ISBN 0-7425-2385-3 (pbk), 0-7425-2384-5 (hbk)

(8) Couldry, N.  (2003) Media Rituals: A Critical Approach, 166 + xii pp, London: Routledge, December 2002. ISBN 0-415-27015-4 (pbk) ISBN 0-415-27014-6 (hbk) [Korean translation published by Uluck Publishing, Seoul, 2007; Chinese translation being prepared] [part of chapter 3 republished in G. Lynch (ed) Routledge Reader on Religion, Media and Culture  2011]

(9) Couldry, N. (2000) Inside Culture: Reimagining the Method of Cultural Studies, 166 + x pp, London: Sage, May 2000. ISBN 0-7619-6386-3 (pbk), ISBN 0-7619-6385-5 (hbk).

(10) Couldry, N.  (2000) The Place of Media Power: Pilgrims and Witnesses of the Media Age, 238 + xiipp, London Routledge, January 2000 ISBN 0-415-21315-0 (pbk), 0-415-21314-2 (hbk). [Ch 4 republished in R. Allen and A. Hill (eds) The Television Studies Reader. Routledge, 2004; parts of chs 3 and 5 republished in S. Raymond and S. Holmes (eds) Stardom and Celebrity: A Reader  Sage 2007]


Refereed Journal articles

(1) Couldry, N. (2012) ‘Relegitimation Crisis: Beyond the Dull Xompulsion of Media-Saturated Life’, Divinatio 35: 81-92.

(2) Couldry, N. (2012) ‘Universities and the Necessary Xounter-culture Against Neoliberalism’, IC – Revista Cientifica de Información y Comunicación 9: 61-71.

(3) Couldry, N. (2011) 'More Sociology, More Culture, More Politics: Or, A Modest Proposal for Convergence Studies', Cultural Studies 25(4-5): 487-501.

(4) Hay, J. and Couldry, N. 'Rethinking Convergence/Culture: an Introduction', Cultural Studies, 25(4/5): 473-486.

(5) Couldry, N. and J. Littler (2011) ‘Work, Power and Performance: Analyzing the “Reality” Game of The Apprentice’, Cultural Sociology 5(2): 263-279. 

(6) Couldry, N. (2010) 'Jos "Medialla" on Tulevaisuus, Onko Yleisölläkin?' [If, the Media has a Future, does the Audience too?'] Media Viestintä 3: 5-16.

(7) Couldry, N. (2010) 'Television as a Ritual Space', Studies of Broadcasting Culture [Korea] 22(1): 8-29.

(8) Couldry, N. (2009) ‘Does “the Media” have a Future?’, European Journal of Communication, 24(4): 437-450. [republished in Portuguese as (2010) 'A Midia tem futuro?', MATRIZes 4(1): 51-64 [Brazilian journal]]

(9) Couldry, N. and Markham, T. (2008) ‘Troubled Closeness or Satisfied Distance? Researching Media Consumption and Public Connection’, Media Culture & Society 30(1): 5-22.

(10) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Mediatization or Mediation? Alternative Understandings of the Emergent Space of Digital Storytelling’, New Media & Society 10(3): 373-392.

(11) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Reality TV, or the Secret Theatre of Neoliberalism’, Review of Education Pedagogy and Cultural Studies 30(1): 3-13. [reprinted in S. Priya (ed) (2008) Reality Television: How Real Does it Get?  (Ifcai University Press, Hyderabad), 87-100 and (in Portuguese translation) published in E. Coutinho, J. Filho and R. Paiva (eds.) (2008) Midia e Poder: Ideologia, Discurso e Subjetividade, Rio de Janeiro: Mauad, 25-40.]

(12) Markham, T. and Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Tracking the Reflexivity of the (Dis)engaged Citizen: Some Methodological Reflections’. Qualitative Inquiry 13(5): 675-695.

(13) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Pilgrimage in MediaSpace: Continuities and Transformations’, Ethnofoor   XX (1): 63-74.

(14) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘New Media for Global Citizens?’, Brown Journal of World Affairs , 14(1): 249-262 www.bjwa.org|

(15) Couldry, N. and Markham, T. (2007) ‘Celebrity Culture and Public Connection: Bridge or Chasm’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10(4): 403-421. [reprinted in J. Gripsrud, G. Murdock, and A. Molander (eds.) The Public Sphere. Sage 2010.]

(16) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Soziologie und das Versprechen der Cultural Studies’, Austrian Journal of Sociology, 4: 14-20.

(17) Couldry, N. and Dreher, T. (2007) ‘Globalization and the Public Sphere: Exploring the Space of Community Media in Sydney’, Global Media and Communications, 3(1): 79-100.

(18) Couldry, N. and Markham, T. (2006) ‘Public Connection through Media Consumption: Between Oversocialisation and Desocialization?’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 608 (1): 251-269.

(19) Couldry, N. (2006) ‘Media and the Ethics of “Reality” Construction’, Southern Review 39(1): 42-53.

(20) Couldry, N. (2006) ‘La Téléréalité ou le theatre du néoliberalisme’, Hermes  special edition on Economy and Communication, 44: 121-128. [for later English version, see (11) above]

(21) Couldry, N. (2006) ‘Culture and Citizenship: the Missing Link?’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 9(3): 321-339.  

(22) Couldry, N. and Langer, A. (2005) ‘Media Consumption and Public Connection: Towards a Typology of the Dispersed Citizen’, The Communication Review , 8(2): 237-258.

(23) Couldry, N. (2005) ‘The Individual “Point of View”: Learning from Bourdieu’s The Weight of the World’, Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, 5(3): 354-372.

(24) Couldry, N. (2004) ‘Liveness, “Reality”, and the Mediated Habitus: From Television to the Mobile Phone’, The Communication Review, 7(4): 353-362.

(25) Couldry, N. (2004) ‘Theorising Media as Practice’, Social Semiotics, 14(2): 115-132. [republished as lead chapter in J. Postill and B. Brauchler (eds) Media and Practice  Oxford: Berghahn books, 2010 and (in Polish) as 'Media w kontekscie praktyk: Proba teoretyczna' in Kultura Popularna 27(1): 96-113 (2010)].

(26) Couldry, N. (2004) ‘The Productive “Consumer” and the Dispersed “Citizen”’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(1): 21-32.

(27) Couldry, N. (2004) ‘In the Place of a Common Culture, What?’, Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, 26: 1-19.

(28) Couldry, N. (2003) 'Media Meta-Capital: Extending the Range of Bourdieu's Field Theory', Theory and Society, 32(5/6): 653-677. [reprinted in D. Swartz and V. Zolberg (eds) (2004) After Bourdieu: Influence, Critique, Elaboration. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 165-189]

(29) Couldry, N. (2003) 'Digital Divide or Discursive Design? On the Emerging Ethics of Information Space', Ethics and Information Technology 5(2): 89-97

(30) Couldry, N. (2002) 'Mediation and Alternative Media: Or, Relocating the Centre of Media and Communications Studies', Media International Australia, 103: 24-31.

(31) Couldry, N. (2002) 'Playing for Celebrity: Big Brother as Ritual Event', Television and New Media, 3(3): 283-292.

(32) Couldry, N. (2001) 'The Hidden Injuries of Media Power', Journal of Consumer Culture, 1(2): 155-179.

(33) Couldry, N. (2001) 'The Umbrella Man: Crossing a Landscape of Speech and Silence', European Journal of Cultural Studies, 4(2): 131-152.

(34) Couldry, N. (2001) 'Dialogue in an Age of Enclosure: Exploring the Values of Cultural Studies', Review of Education, Pedagogy, Cultural Studies 23(1): 49-72.

(35) Couldry, N. (1999) 'Disrupting the Media Frame at Greenham Common: A New Chapter in the History of Mediations?', Media Culture & Society 21(3): 337-358.

(36) Couldry, N. (1999) 'Remembering Diana: The Geography of Celebrity and the Politics of Lack', New Formations, 36: 77-91.

(37) Couldry, N. (1998) ‘The View from Inside the Simulacrum: Visitors’ Tales from the Set of Coronation Street’, Leisure Studies, 17(2): 94-107.

(38) Couldry, N.  (1996) 'Speaking about Others and Speaking Personally: Reflections after Elspeth Probyn's Sexing the Self', Cultural Studies 10(2): 315-333.

(39) Couldry, N. (1995) 'Speaking Up in a Public Space: The Strange Case of Rachel Whiteread's House', New Formations, 25: 96-113.




Book Chapters

In press

(1) Couldry, N. (forthcoming 2013) 'What and Where is the Transnationalized Public Sphere' in K. Nash (ed.) Transnationalizing the Public Sphere . Cambridge: Polity.

(2) Couldry, N. (forthcoming 2013) ‘Life without Media’ in K. Zilles et a. (eds.) Life Without Media. New York: Peter Lang.

(3) Couldry, N. (forthcoming 2013) ‘Why Media Ethics Still Matters’ in S. Ward (ed) Global Journalism Ethics: Problems and Perspectives . Malden: Wiley/Blackwell.

(4) Couldry, N. (forthcoming 2013) 'Living Well With and Through Media' in N. Couldry, M. Madianou and A. Pinchevski (eds.) (2013) Ethics of Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave/MacMillan.

(5) Couldry, N., Madianou, M. and Pinchevski, A. ‘Ethics of Media: an Introduction’ in N. Couldry, M. Madianou and A. Pinchevski (eds.) (2013) Ethics of Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave/MacMillan.



(1) Couldry, N. and Hepp, A. (2012) 'Media Cultures in a Global Age: A Transcultural approach to an expanded spectrum' in I. Volkmer (ed) Handbook of Global Media Research. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 92-109.

(2) Couldry, N. and Hepp, A. (2012) 'Researching Media Cultures Comparatively' in F. Essler and T. Hanitsch (eds) Handbook of Comparative Communications Research. New York: Routledge, 249-261.

(3) Couldry, N. (2011) 'Class and Contemporary Forms of "Reality" Production: Or, Hidden Injuries of Class 2', in B. Skeggs and H. Wood (eds) Real Class . London: BFI, 33-44.

(4) Couldry, N. (2011) ‘Post-neoliberal Academic Values: Notes from the UK Higher Education Sector’ in B. Zelizer (ed) Making the University Matter. London: Routledge, 135-143.

(5) Couldry, N. (2011) 'Fighting for the University's Life' in M. Bailey and D. Freedman (eds) The Assault on Universities: A Manifesto for Resistance . London: Pluto, 37-48.

(6) Couldry, N. (2010) ‘The Project of Cultural Studies: Heretical Doubt, New Horizons’, in P. Smith (ed) The Renewal of Cultural Studies. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 9-16.

(7) Couldry, N. (2010) ‘The Necessary Future of the Audience, and How to Research It’ in V. Nightingale (ed.) Handbook of Media Audiences,Malden, MA, Blackwell., 213-229.

(8) Couldry, N. (2010) 'Making Populations Appear' in M. Kraidy and K. Sender (eds)The Politics of Reality Television: Global Perspectives.London: Routledge, 194-207.

(9) Couldry, N. (2010) ‘Sociology and Cultural Studies: an Interrupted Dialogue’ in J. Hall, L. Grindstaff and M-C Lo (eds) Handbook of Cultural Sociology. New York: Routledge, 77-86.

(10) Couldry, N. (2010) ‘Researching Digital (Dis)connection in the Age of Personalised Media’ in P. Golding and G. Murdock (eds) Unpacking Digital Dynamics: Participation, Control and Exclusion. Creskill,NJ: The Hampton Press, 105-124.

(11) Couldry, N. (2009) ‘New Online News Sources and Writer-gatherers’ in N. Fenton (ed) New Media, Old News. London: Sage, 138-152.

(12) A. Phillips, N. Couldry and D. Freedman (2009) ‘An Ethical Deficit? Accountability, Norms, and the Material Conditions of Contemporary Journalism’ in N. Fenton (ed) New Media, Old News. London: Sage, 51-68.

(13) Hepp A. and Couldry, N. (2009) ‘Media Events in Globalized Media Cultures’ in N. Couldry, A. Hepp and F. Krotz (eds.) Media Events in a Global Age. London: Routledge, 1-20.

(14) Couldry, N. (2009) ‘Media Rituals: from Durkheim on Religion to Jade Goody on Religious Toleration’ in C. Deacy and E. Arweck (eds) Exploring Religion and the Sacred in a Media Age . Farnham: Ashgate, 43-55.

(15) Hepp A. and Couldry, N. (2009) ‘What should Comparative Research be Comparing? Towards a transcultural approach to “media cultures”’ in D. K. Thussu (ed.) Globalising Media Studies. London: Routledge, 32-48.

(16) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Media Discourse and the Naturalisation of Categories’ in R. Wodak and V. Koller (eds) Handbook of Communication in the Public Sphere (volume 4 of Handbooks of Applied Linguistics). Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 67-88.

(17) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Media Ethics: Towards a Framework for Media Producers and Media Consumers’ in S.Ward and H. Wasserman (eds) Media Ethics Without Borders . Cape Town: Heinemann, 59-73. [global edition published by Routledge 2010]

(18) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Form and Power in an Age of Continuous Spectacle’ in D. Hesmondhalgh and J. Toynbee (eds.) Media and Social Theory . London: Routledge, 161-176.

(19) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Actor Network Theory and Media: Do They Connect and On What Terms?’ in A. Hepp et al. (eds) Cultures of Connectivity Creskill, NJ: The Hampton Press, 93-110. [German translation published in parallel 2006 edition by Westdeutscher Verlag].

(20) Couldry, N and J. Littler (2008) ‘The Work of Work: Reality TV and the Negotiation of Neoliberal Labour in the Apprentice’ in T. Austin and W. de Jong (eds) Documentary Television Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 258-267.

(21) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Digital Storytelling, Media Research and Democracy: Conceptual Choices and Alternative Futures’ in S. Jones and K. Lundby (eds.) Digital Storytelling, Mediatized Stories: Self-representations in New Media , New York: Peter Lang, 41-60.

(22) Couldry, N. (2008) ‘Media and the Problem of Voice’ in N. Carpentier and B. de Cleen (eds) Participation and Media Production: Critical Reflections on Content Creation. Cambridge: Scolars Press, 15-26.

(23) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Conclusion’ to chapter 9 of M. Kaldor, M. Anheier and F. Holland (eds) Global Civil Society Yearbook 2007. London: LSE, 217-220.

(24) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Media and Democracy: Some Missing Links’ in T. Dowmunt and M. Dunford (eds) Inclusion through Media. London: Goldsmiths, 254-264. [to be reprinted in J. Pooley et al. (eds.) Media and Social Justice. New York: Routledge.]

(25) Couldry, N., Livingstone, S. and Markham, T. (2007) ‘“Public Connection” and the Uncertain Norms of Media Consumption’ in F. Trentmann and K. Soper (eds) Citizenship and Consumption. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 104-120.[reprinted in Eastbound  (2009), issue 1, online journal]

(26) Livingstone, S., Couldry, N., and Markham, T. (2007) in ‘Youthful steps towards civic participation: does the internet help?’ B. Loader (ed) Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Political Engagement, Young People and New Media. London: Routledge, 21-34.

(27) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘On the Set of the Sopranos: “Inside” a Fan’s Construction of Nearness’ in J. Gray, C. Lee Harrington and C. Sandvoss (eds) Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World. New York: New York University Press, 139-148.

(28) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Communicative Entitlements and Democracy: The Future of the Digital Divide Debate’ in R. Mansell et al. (eds) The Oxford Handbook on Information and Communication Technologies. Oxford University Press, 383-403.

(29) Couldry, N., Livingstone, S. and Markham, T. (2007), ‘Connection or Disconnection? Tracking the Mediated Public Sphere in Everyday Life’ in R. Butsch (ed) Media and Public Spheres. New York:Palgrave Macmillan, 28-42. 

(30) Couldry, N. (2006) ‘Transvaluing Media Studies: Or, Beyond the Myth of the Mediated Centre’ in J. Curran and D. Morley (eds) Media and Cultural Theory. London: Routledge, 177-194.

(31) Couldry, N. (2005) ‘The Extended Audience: Scanning the Horizon’ in M. Gillespie (ed) Understanding Media. Milton Keynes: Open University and McGraw Hill, 183-222 [Open University set text].

(32) Couldry, N. (2005) 'Media Rituals: Beyond Functionalism', in E. Rothenbuhler and M. Coman (eds) Media Anthropology, Thousand Oaks: Sage, 59-69.

(33) Couldry, N. (2005) 'On the Actual Street' in D Crouch, R. Jackson and F. Thompson (eds) Convergent Cultures: The Media and the Tourist Imagination, London: Routledge, 60-75.

(34) Couldry, N. and Downey, J. (2004) 'War or Peace? Legitimation, Dissent and Rhetorical Closure in Press Coverage of the Iraq War Build-up’ in S. Allan and B. Zelizer (eds) Reporting War: Journalism in Wartime. London: Routledge, 266-282.

(35) Couldry, N. (2004) 'Teaching Us to Fake It: The Ritualised Norms of Television's "Reality" Games' in S. Murray and L. Ouellette (eds) Reality TV and the Remaking of Television Culture, New York: New York University Press, 57-74. [chapter reprinted in M. Ryan (ed) Cultural Studies: an anthology . Oxford: Blackwell (2007)].

(36) Couldry, N. (2004) 'The Digital Divide' in D. Gauntlett and R. Horsley (ed) Web.Studies 2nd edition. London: Arnold, 185-194.

(37) Couldry, N. and McCarthy, A. (2004) 'Introduction' in N. Couldry and A. McCarthy, MediaSpace: Place, Scale and Culture. London: Routledge, 1-18.

(38) Couldry, N. (2003) 'Being Elsewhere: The Politics and Methods of Researching Symbolic Exclusion' in T. Cresswell and G. Verstraete (eds) The Politics of Place, University of Amsterdam/ Rodopi Press, 109-124

(39) Couldry, N. (2003) 'Passing Ethnographies: Rethinking the Sites of Agency and Reflexivity in a Mediated World' in P. Murphy and M. Kraidy (eds) Global Media: An Ethnographic Approach, London: Routledge, 40-56

(40) Couldry, N. (2003) 'Beyond the Hall of Mirrors? Some Theoretical Reflections on the Global Contestation of Media Power' in N. Couldry and J. Curran (eds) Contesting Media Power, Boulder, CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 39-54

(41) Couldry, N. and Curran, J.  (2003) 'Introduction' in N. Couldry and J. Curran (eds.), Contesting Media Power, Boulder, CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 3-16

(42) Couldry, N. (2003) 'Beyond the Televised Endgame: Addressing the Long-Term Consequences of Global Media Inequality' in N. Chitty et al (eds) Studies in Terrorism: Media Scholarship and the Enigma of Terror in the 21st Century, special edition of Journal of International Communication, South Bound Press, Penang, Malaysia, 73-88.

(43) Couldry, N. (2002) 'Ethnography' in T. Miller (ed) Television Studies, London: BFI, 14-17.

(44) Couldry, N. (2001) 'Everyday Royal Celebrity' in David Morley and Kevin Robins (eds) British Cultural Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 221-234.

(45) Couldry, N. (2000) 'Media Organisations and Non-Media People' in James Curran (ed) Media Organisations in Society, London: Arnold, 273-287.

(46) Couldry, N. (2000) Major contributor to joint chapter 'Media Organisations in Society: Central Issues in James Curran (ed) Media Organisations in Society, London: Arnold, 19-67.


Other journal and encyclopedia articles

(1) Couldry, N. (2012) 'Bystander Publics', entry in D. Snow, D. della Porta, B. Klandermans and D. McAdam (eds.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements

(2) Couldry, N. (2009) ‘My Media Studies: Thoughts from Nick Couldry’, Television & New Media  10(1): 40-42.

(3) Couldry, N. (2009) ‘Commentary: Rethinking the politics of voice’, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies,  23(4): 579-582.

(4) Couldry, N. and Rothenbuhler, E. (2007) ‘Simon Cottle on “Mediatized Rituals”: A Response’, Media Cutlure & Society  29(4): 691-696.

(5) Couldry, N. (2007) ‘Comparative Research as if We Really Meant It’, Global Media and Communication, 3(3): 247-250.

(6) Couldry, N. (2006) ‘Comment’, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 20(2): 219-223.

(7) Atton, C. and Couldry, N. (2003) 'Introduction' to special edition coedited by Atton and Couldry on Alternative Media, Media Culture and Society , 25(5): 579-586

(8) Couldry, N. and Langer, A. (2003) ‘The Future of Public Connection: Some Early Sightings’, Economic and Social Research Council Working Papers available from http://www.consume.bbk.ac.uk|

(9) Couldry, N. (2003) ‘Media and Symbolic Power: Extending the Range of Bourdieu’s Field Theory’, Media@lse Electronic Working Papers, available from |http://www.lse.ac.uk/depts.media| Electronic Working Papers, available from

(10) Couldry, N. (2003) ‘Everyday Life in Cultural Theory’, review essay on D. Chaney, Cultural Change and Everyday Life, M. Gardiner, Critiques of Everyday Life, and B. Highmore, Everyday Life and Cultural Theory: European Journal of Communication 18(2): 265-270 (2003)


Public Commentary

Podcast with Jeff Pooley (2013) about Media Society World: http://newbooksincommunications.com/2013/02/04/nick-couldry-media-society-world-social-theory-and-digital-media-practice-polity-press-2012/|

Couldry, N. and Ruiz, R. (2012) ‘Siting and sounding a Democratic Politics: an Interview with Nick Couldry’, Seachange [online journal] http://www.seachangejournal.ca/PDF/2012_Talk_Parole/Siting%20and%20Sounding%20a%20Democratic%20Politics%20-%20Couldry%20and%20Ruiz.pdf|

Couldry, N. and Fenton, N. (2011) ‘Occupy: Rediscovering the General Will in Hard Times’, http://www.possible-futures.org/2011/12/22/rediscovering-the-general-will/|  

Couldry, N. and A. McRobbie (2010) 'The Death of the University, UK Style', Culture Machine November http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/article/view/417/430|

Couldry, N. (2010) ‘Can Labour Find a Voice?’, Open Democracy 6 September http://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/|

Couldry, N. (2010) 'Voice Lite: Power 2010 Fails to address the Real Democratic Deficit', Open Democracy 20 January. http://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/|

Couldry, N. (2010) 'The Missing Value in British Politics', Open Democracy  11 January   http://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/|

Couldry, N. (2001) 'The Ethics of Mediation', Open Democracy 5 November


Couldry, N. (2001) 'A Way out of the (Televised) Endgame', Open Democracy  6 October http://www.opendemocracy.net/media-media911/article_11.jsp|