This series is our home for innovative research in journalism. It includes monographs and edited collections that provide insight into a field that faces the challenges of an ever-evolving news and media environment.
To submit a proposal for this series, please contact:
Suzanne Richardson, Commissioning Editor for Media, Cultural and Communication Studies
Global Media Ethics and the Digital Revolution
The Media and Inequality
Emerging Practices in the Age of Automated Digital Journalism Models, Languages, and Storytelling
Journalistic Practices in Restrictive Contexts A Sociological Approach to the Case of Iran
By David Swick, Richard Lance Keeble
September 05, 2023
Literary Journalism Goes Inside Prison: Just Sentences opens up a new exploration of literary journalism – immersive, long-form journalism so beautifully written that it can stand as literature – in the first anthology to examine literary journalism and prison. In this book, a wide range of ...
By Bonita Mason
July 14, 2023
Journalism Practice and Critical Reflexivity is a theoretical- and practice-based response to the crisis of mission and credibility in journalism studies that is heightened by online and social media. It describes, analyses and offers new approaches and models for critically reflexive journalism ...
By John C. Pollock, Douglas A. Vakoch
May 31, 2023
Covid-19 in International Media: Global Pandemic Responses is one of the first books uniting an international team of scholars to investigate how media address critical social, political, and health issues connected to the 2020-21 COVID-19 outbreak. The book evaluates unique civic challenges, ...
By Noureddine Miladi
May 31, 2023
This volume responds to the challenges posed by the rapid developments in satellite TV and digital technologies, addressing media ethics from a global perspective to discuss how we can understand journalism practice in its cultural contexts. An international team of contributors draw upon global ...
By Elizabeth Fakazis, Elfriede Fürsich
January 31, 2023
Interrogating the intersections of food, journalism, and politics, this book offers a critical examination of food media and journalism, and its political potential against the backdrop of contemporary social challenges. Contributors analyze current and historic examples such as #BlackLivesMatter, ...
By Caryn Coatney
December 30, 2022
This book offers new insights into the crucial role of investigative journalism at a pivotal time of technological changes and upheavals. It surveys innovations and unexpected impacts of the field, from past and present challenges and what may be in store for the future of the industry. The book ...
By Carole O'Reilly, Josie Vine
November 30, 2022
This book examines the micro-cultural ideologies of the journalism profession in Britain and Australia by focusing on the design, execution and development of newspaper building architecture. Concentrating on the main newspaper buildings in some of the major metropolitan areas in Australia (...
By Tendai Chari, Martin N. Ndlela
November 18, 2022
This topical volume illuminates ethical issues brought to the fore by the COVID-19 pandemic. Drawing on a broad range of case studies from different regions, it provides insights into the multiple and complex ways in which the pandemic has shaped media ethics. The chapters employ a wide range of ...
By Steve Schifferes, Sophie Knowles
November 08, 2022
This book brings together a vast range of pre-eminent experts, academics, and practitioners to interrogate the role of media in representing economic inequality. It explores and deconstructs the concept of economic inequality by examining the different dimensions of inequality and how it has ...
By Berta García-Orosa, Sara Pérez-Seijo, Ángel Vizoso
October 21, 2022
Emerging Practices in the Age of Automated Digital Journalism provides detailed insight into the current state of journalism and its future challenges. The book brings together a global team of authors to review and analyse emerging practices in the automated digital scenario through which ...
By Banafsheh Ranji
September 01, 2022
Based on fieldwork conducted in Iran, this book discusses how it is possible for journalism to exist and function in a restrictive context. The book brings together a range of structural (macro), organizational (meso), and individual (micro) processes to analyze journalistic practice in a ...
By Claudia Mellado
August 01, 2022
Beyond Journalistic Norms contests and challenges pre-established assumptions about a dominant type of journalism prevailing in different political, economic, and geographical contexts to posit the fluid, and dynamic nature of journalistic roles. The book brings together scholars from Western and ...