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Mediated and Political Agency List

Changing relations between the media and their forms, subjects and modalities of political and civic agency 

Selected Publications

Anstead, N and O'Loughlin, B (2011) The emerging viewertariat and BBC Question Time: television debate and real-time commenting online.| The International Journal of Press/Politics 16 (4). pp. 440-62. 

Anstead, N and Chadwick, A  (2009) Parties, election campaigning, and the Internet: toward a comparative institutional approach. In: Andrew Chadwick, and Philip Howard (eds) Routledge Handbook of Internet Politics|. London: Routledge, pp. 56-71.

Banaji, S and Buckingham, D (2013) The Civic Web: Young People, the Internet and Civic Participation in Europe| MIT Press, Cambridge, MA..

Banaji, S (in press). Bollywood Horror as an Uncanny Public Sphere: Genre Theories, Postcolonial Concepts and the Insightful Audience. Communication, Culture and Critique.

Blum-Ross, A (2012) Youth filmmaking and justice-oriented citizenship.| Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy, 4. pp. 270-283.

Cammaerts, B (2012) Protest Logics and the Mediation Opportunity Structure.|European Journal of Communication, 27 (2). pp. 117-134. 

Cammaerts, B, Matoni, A and McCurdy, P (eds.) (2012) Mediation and Protest Movements|. Bristol: Intellect. 

Chouliaraki, L (ed.) (2012) Self-mediation: new media, citizenship and civil selves.| London: Routledge.

Chouliaraki L (2013) Re-mediation, Inter-mediation, Trans-mediation: The cosmopolitan trajectories of convergent journalism| Journalism Studies 14 (2). pp. 267-83 

Couldry, N (2012) Media Society World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice|. Cambridge: Polity, chapter 5.

Georgiou, M (2013) ‘Between strategic nostalgia and banal nomadism: Explorations of Transnational Subjectivity among Arab Audiences’|International Journal of Cultural Studies, 16 (1). pp. 23-39.

Georgiou, M (2011) Networked Diaspora: Practicing Citizenship in Transnational Spaces. In: M Christensen, A Jansson and C Christensen (eds.) Online Territories|. New York and Berlin: Peter Lang. 

Helsper, E (2012)  A corresponding fields model for the links between social and digital exclusion|.Communication Theory, 22 (4). pp. 403-426.

Helsper, E and Eynon, R (2013) Pathways to digital literacy and engagement|European Journal of Communication, 28 (6).

Livingstone, S (2011) Digital learning and participation among youth|International Journal of Learning and Media, 2 (2-3). pp. 1-13. 

Livingstone, S, Ólafsson, K and Staksrud, E (2013) Risky social networking practices among ‘under-age’ users: lessons for evidence-based policy.| Journal for Computer Mediated Communication, 18 (3). pp. 303-320. 

Meng, B (2011) From steamed bun to grass mud horse: E gao as alternative political discourse on the Chinese Internet.| Global Media and Communication 7(1). pp. 33-51.

Tambini, D and Rother, R (2009) A Common Information Space? The Media Use of EU Movers.  In: E Recchi and A Favell (eds.) Pioneers of  European Integration: Citizenship and Mobility in the EU|. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.  

Tambini, D (2012)  Consumer Representation in UK Communications Policy and Regulation| . INFO. 14(2).

Willems, W (2013) Participation - in what?: radio, convergence and the corporate logic of audience input through new media in Zambia.| Telematics and Informatics 30 (3). pp. 223-231.

Obadare, E and Willems, W (2014). Civic agency in Africa: arts of resistance in the 21st century.| Oxford: James Currey.

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