29 de octubre de 2009

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION



¿Ya le dieron un vistazo al European Journal of Communication? Está muy interesante. A continuación, les dejo la versión gratuita que reúne algunos ensayos del 2007. Pero si tienes una billetera amplia, te recomiendo que te suscribas a esta publicación ya que está más que recomendable.

Marju Lauristin
The European Public Sphere and the Social Imaginary of the 'New Europe' European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 397-412.

Philip Schlesinger
A Cosmopolitan Temptation European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 413-426.

Heikki Heikkilä
Beyond 'In so far as' Questions: Contingent Social Imaginaries of the European Public Sphere European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 427-441.

Sabina Mihelj
The European and the Nationalin Communication Research European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 443-459.

Paul Statham
Journalists as Commentatorson European Politics: Educators, Partisans or Ideologues? European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 461-477.

Jostein Gripsrud
Television and the European Public Sphere European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 479-492.

Olivier Baisnée
The European Public Sphere Does Not Exist (At Least It's Worth Wondering...) European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 493-503.

Anita Biressi
Review: Jane Chapman, Documentary in Practice: Filmmakers and Production Choices. Cambridge and Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2007. £15.99. 166 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 504-506

Simon Cross
Review: Sharon Lockyer and Michael Pickering (eds), Beyond a Joke: The Limits of Humour. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. £47.00. 212 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 506-509.

Mark Erickson
Review: Vincent Kiernan, Embargoed Science. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2006. £18.99. 184 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 509-511.

Ivor Gaber
Review: Roger Silverstone, Media and Morality: On the Rise of the Mediapolis. Cambridge and Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2006. £16.99. 215 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 511-513.

Paul Hodkinson
Review: Dan Laughey, Music and Youth Culture. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2006. £50.00 (hbk), £16.99 (pbk). 248 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 513-516.

Petros Iosifidis
Review: Katharine Sarikakis (ed.), Media and Cultural Policy in the European Union. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2007. £36.00. 249 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 517-521

Peter E. Jones
Review: Lee Artz, Steve Macek and Dana L. Cloud (eds), Marxism and Communication Studies: The Point Is to Change It. New York: Peter Lang, 2006. £17.50/ 25.00. 258 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 521-524.

Emma Robertson
Review: Judith Flanders, Consuming Passions: Leisure and Pleasure in Victorian Britain. London: Harper Press, 2006. £20.00. 604 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 524-525.

Sukhpreet Singh
Review: Pradip Ninan Thomas and Jan Servaes (eds), Intellectual Property Rights and Communications in Asia: Conflicting Traditions. New Delhi, London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2006. £35.00. 272 pp European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 526-529.

Book Notes European Journal of Communication 2007 22: 530-544

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