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Thursday, September 20, 2012

New books relevant to Communication Studies

The rise and fall of television journalism : just wires and lights in a box? Steven Barnett
070.195 BAR

The handbook of media and communication research : qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Edited by Klaus Bruhn Jensen.
302.23 HAN

Media, society, world : social theory and digital media practice. Nick Couldry.
302.23 COU

A cultural approach to interpersonal communication : essential readings. Edited by Leila Monaghan, Jane E. Goodman, Jennifer Meta Robinson.
302.2 CUL

Writing your way : creating a writing process that works for you. Don Fry.
808.042 FRY

The handbook of intergroup communication. Edited by Howard Giles [et al]
303.482 HAN

Digital futures for cultural and media studies. John Hartley.
302.231 HAR

Media literacies : a critical introduction. Michael Hoechsmann and Stuart R. Poyntz.
302.23 HOE

Digital vertigo : how today's online social revolution is dividing, diminishing, and disorienting us. Andrew Keen.
302.231 REE

Saving the world : a brief history of communication for development and social change. Emile G. McAnany.
338.90014 MCA

Journalism across cultures : an introduction.  Levi Obijiofor, Folker Hanusch.
070.4332 OBI

Radio and society : new thinking for an old medium. Edited by Matt Mollgaard.
302.2344 RAD

Finding a voice : themes and discussions. research from the Finding a Voice Project. Edited by Jo Tacchi and MS Kiran.
025.040681 FIN

News on the internet : information and citizenship in the 21st century.  David Tewksbury & Jason Rittenberg.
070.4 TEW