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  1. Course reading list 139 items
    1. Media coverage of elections: : the legal framework in Europe (IRIS Special) - European Audiovisual Observatory, Council of Europe 2017

      Document Essential

    2. The new media and politics - Barrie Axford, Richard Huggins 2001

      Book 

    3. Public-private relations in totalitarian states - Gabriel A. Barhaim 2012

      Book 

    4. Public-private relations in totalitarian states - Gabriel A. Barhaim 2012

      Book  See: Barhaim, Gabriel A. (2012) ‘Media Charisma and Global Culture: the experience of EastCentral Europe’, 47-66.

    5. Contemporary Russian politics: a reader - Archie Brown 2001

      Book  See: Belin, Laura (2001), 'Political bias and self-censorship in the Russian media', 323-344.

    6. When old and new media collide: The case of WikiLeaks - Elizabeth Blanks Hindman, Ryan J Thomas 06/2014

      Article 

    7. Speaking hatefully: culture, communication, and political action in Hungary - David Boromisza-Habashi 2013

      Book Essential

    8. Television and presidential power in Putin's Russia - Tina Burrett 2011

      Book Essential Choose chapter according to interest

    9. Media in the enlarged Europe: politics, policy and industry - Alec Charles 2009

      Book  See: Caddell, Richard (2009), 'Public interest speech and investigative journalism: Latvia, the Diena case and the European Court of Human Rights', pp. 177-186.

    10. Networks of outrage and hope: social movements in the Internet age - Manuel Castells, Askews & Holts Library Services 2015

      Book Essential See: Castells, Manuel (2012), ‘Networking minds, creating meaning, contesting power’ pp. 1-20

    11. Networks of outrage and hope: social movements in the Internet age - Manuel Castells, Askews & Holts Library Services 2015

      Book  See: Castells, Manuel (2012), ‘Changing the world in the network society’, pp. 218-234.

    12. Trust in Government and Media Slant - Andrea Ceron, Vincenzo Memoli 07/2015

      Article 

    13. Media in the enlarged Europe: politics, policy and industry - Alec Charles 2009

      Book Essential

    14. Media freedom and pluralism: media policy challenges in the enlarged Europe - Beata Klimkiewicz 2010

      Book  See: Christensen, Miyase (2010), 'Visions of media pluralism and freedom of expression in EU information society policies', pp. 27-44.

    15. Can the media serve democracy?: essays in honour of Jay G. Blumler - Stephen Coleman, Giles Moss, Katy Parry 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    16. Can the media serve democracy?: essays in honour of Jay G. Blumler - Stephen Coleman, Giles Moss, Katy Parry 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: Coleman, Stephen et al. (2015), ‘Introduction: Can the media serve democracy?’

    17. Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: concepts and conditions - Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig, Eva Nowak 2009

      Book  See: Coman, Mihai (2009), 'Press freedom and media pluralism in Romania', 177-196.

    18. Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: concepts and conditions - Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig, Eva Nowak 2009

      Book 

    19. Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: concepts and conditions - Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig, Eva Nowak 2009

      Book Essential

    20. Radical democracy and the Internet: interrogating theory and practice - Lincoln Dahlberg, Eugenia Siapera 2007

      Book  Choose chapter according to interest

    21. Comparative media systems: European and global perspectives - Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska 2010

      Book Essential

    22. Can the media serve democracy?: essays in honour of Jay G. Blumler - Stephen Coleman, Giles Moss, Katy Parry 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: Dutton, William (2015), ‘The Internet’s Gift to Democratic Governance: The Fifth Estate’

    23. Media, democracy and freedom: the post-communist experience - Marta Dyczok, O. V. Gaman-Golutvina c2009

      Book Essential

    24. How effective is media self-regulation? Results from a comparative survey of European journalists - Susanne Fengler, Tobias Eberwein, Salvador Alsius, Olivier Baisnée 06/2015

      Article 

    25. Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: concepts and conditions - Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig, Eva Nowak 2009

      Book  See: Filas, Ryszard and Pawel Planeta (2009), ' Media in Poland and public discourse', pp. 141-164.

    26. Media freedom and pluralism: media policy challenges in the enlarged Europe - Beata Klimkiewicz 2010

      Book  See: Galik, Mihaly (2010), 'Regulating media concentration within the Council of Europe and European Union', pp. 229-244.

    27. Media power in politics - Doris A. Graber c2011

      Book  See: Gibson, Rachel (2011), 'New Media and the revitalisation of politics', pp. 203-215.

    28. Media power in politics - Doris A. Graber c2011

      Book 

    29. Democracy and the media: a comparative perspective - Richard Gunther, Anthony Mughan 2000

      Book 

    30. Political Communication—Old and New Media Relationships - Michael Gurevitch, Stephen Coleman, Jay G. Blumer 2009

      Article 

    31. Comparing media systems beyond the western world - Daniel C. Hallin, Paolo Mancini 2012

      Book Essential

    32. Central and Eastern European media in comparative perspective: politics, economy and culture - John Downey, Sabina Mihelj 2012

      Book  See: Harcourt, Alison (2012) ‘Transnational media regulation in Central and Eastern Europe’, pp. 137-156.

    33. Media freedom and pluralism: media policy challenges in the enlarged Europe - Beata Klimkiewicz 2010

      Book  See: Harro-Loit , Halliki (2010) ‘From media policy to integrated communications policy: how to apply the paradigm shift on a European and national level’, 45-58.

    34. Manufacturing consent: the political economy of the mass media - Edward S. Herman, Noam Chomsky c2002

      Book Essential See: pp. 1-37 or 37-86

    35. Rude awakening: social and media change in Central and Eastern Europe - Karol Jakubowicz 2006

      Book  See: Jakubowicz, Karol (2007),'Media system change in post-communist countries: an overview', pp. 293-344.

    36. Rude awakening: social and media change in Central and Eastern Europe - Karol Jakubowicz 2006

      Book  See: Jakubowicz, Karol (2007), 'International integration and post-communist media policies', pp. 215-262.

    37. Rude awakening: social and media change in Central and Eastern Europe - Karol Jakubowicz 2006

      Book 

    38. Media revolution in Europe: ahead of the curve - Karol Jakubowicz, Council of Europe c2011

      Book Essential

    39. Central and Eastern European media in comparative perspective: politics, economy and culture - John Downey, Sabina Mihelj 2012

      Book  See: Jakubowicz, Karol (2012), ‘Post-communist political systems and media freedom and independence', pp. 15-40.

    40. Finding the right place on the map: Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective - Karol Jakubowicz, Miklós Sükösd 2008

      Book  See: Jakubowicz, Karol and Miklós Sükösd (2008), ‘Twelve concepts regarding media system evolution and democratization in post-communist societies’. pp. 9-39.

    41. Finding the right place on the map: Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective - Karol Jakubowicz, Miklós Sükösd 2008

      Book Essential

    42. The media in Europe - Mary J. Kelly, Gianpietro Mazzoleni, Denis McQuail, Euromedia Research Group 2004

      Book 

    43. Media freedom and pluralism: media policy challenges in the enlarged Europe - Beata Klimkiewicz 2010

      Book Essential

    44. Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: concepts and conditions - Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig, Eva Nowak 2009

      Book  See: Klimkiewicz, Beata (2009), 'Is the clash of rationalities leading nowhere? Media pluralism in European regulatory policies', pp. 45-74.

    45. Preelection Selective Exposure - Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Steven B. Kleinman 04/2012

      Article 

    46. Digital Politics: Mobilization, Engagement, and Participation - Karolina Koc-Michalska, Darren Lilleker 02/01/2017

      Article 

    47. Responding to systemic human rights violations: an analysis of pilot judgements of the European Court of Human Rights and their impact at national level - Philip Leach c2010

      Book  See: Leach, Philip et al (2010), ‘Manole and others v Moldova’ in Ch.5, pp. 160-162.

    48. An introduction to political communication - Brian McNair 2018

      Book  See: McNair, Brian (2007), ‘Politics, democracy and the media’, pp. 15-26

    49. Can the media serve democracy?: essays in honour of Jay G. Blumler - Stephen Coleman, Giles Moss, Katy Parry 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: Mancini, Paolo (2015), ‘The Idea of ‘Systems’ in Media Studies: Criticisms, Risks, Advantages’, Ch. 2.

    50. The handbook of global media and communication policy - Robin Mansell, Marc Raboy 2011

      Book Essential

    51. Finding the right place on the map: Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective - Karol Jakubowicz, Miklós Sükösd 2008

      Book  Matay, Monika and Ildiko Kaposi (2008), 'Radicals online: the Hungarian street protests of 2006 and the Internet'

    52. Media in Europe today - Josef Trappel, Denis McQuail, MyiLibrary, Euromedia Research Group 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: Meier, Werner A (2011), 'From media regulation to democractic media governance', pp. 155-166.

    53. Media in the enlarged Europe: politics, policy and industry - Alec Charles 2009

      Book  See: Metykova, Monika (2009), 'Challenges of media concentration: the case of regional press ownership in the Czech Republic', pp. 169-176.

    54. Finding the right place on the map: Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective - Karol Jakubowicz, Miklós Sükösd 2008

      Book  See: Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina (2008), ‘How media and politics shape each other in the new Europe’, pp. 87-100.

    55. Media in Europe today - Josef Trappel, Denis McQuail, MyiLibrary, Euromedia Research Group 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book  Se: Nieminen, Hannu and Josef Trappel (2011), ‘Media serving democracy’, pp. 135-152.

    56. Media freedom and pluralism: media policy challenges in the enlarged Europe - Beata Klimkiewicz 2010

      Book  See: Nieminen, Hannu (2010), ‘Towards democratic regulation of European media and communication, pp. 3-26.

    57. Let the People Speak - Erik C. Nisbet, Elizabeth Stoycheff 10/2013

      Article 

    58. Social media and political communication in the 2014 elections to the European Parliament - Paul Nulty, Yannis Theocharis, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Olivier Parnet 12/2016

      Article 

    59. Routledge handbook of Russian politics and society - Taylor & Francis Group 2012

      Book  See: Oates, Sarah (2012), 'Media' , pp. 341-352.

    60. Milton's Paradox - Ekaterina Ognianova, Byron Scott 09/1997

      Article 

    61. Journalistic Autonomy and Professionalisation (Media and Democracy in Central Eastern Europe (MDCEE)) - Henrik Orneberg 2013

      Document  The link to the report is not working. It is possible the report is no longer available.

    62. Business as usual: continuity and change in Central and Eastern European media - David L. Paletz, Karol Jakubowicz 2002

      Book 

    63. Finding the right place on the map: Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective - Karol Jakubowicz, Miklós Sükösd 2008

      Book  See: Perusko, Zrinjka and Helena Popovic (2008), 'Media concentration trends in Central and Eastern Europe'

    64. Nothing but the truth: selected dispatches - Anna Politkovska︠i︡a, Arch Tait, Helena Kennedy 2010

      Book  See: Politkovskaya, Anna (2010), 'So what am I guilty of?' and 'Should lives be sacrificed to journalism?', pp. 3-24.

    65. Media reform: democratizing the media, democratizing the state - Monroe E. Price, Beata Rozumilowicz, Stefaan Verhulst 2002

      Book 

    66. Understanding media policies: A European perspective - Evangelia Psychogiopoulou 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Print copy also available

    67. Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: concepts and conditions - Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig, Eva Nowak 2009

      Book  See: Raycheva, Lilia (2009), 'Media developments in Bulgaria' , pp. 165-176.

    68. European public spheres: politics is back 2015

      Book 

    69. Comparing media systems beyond the western world - Daniel C. Hallin, Paolo Mancini 2012

      Book  See: Roudakova, Natalia (2012), ‘Comparing processes: media, ‘transitions’ and historical change’, pp. 246-277.

    70. Rights of access to the media - András Sajó, Monroe E. Price c1996

      Book 

    71. Media power in politics - Doris A. Graber c2011

      Book  See: Schudson, Michael (2011), 'Why democracies need an unlovable press', pp. 33-44.

    72. Four theories of the press - Fred S. Siebert, Theodore Peterson, Wilbur Schramm 1984

      Book 

    73. Central and Eastern European media in comparative perspective: politics, economy and culture - John Downey, Sabina Mihelj 2012

      Book  See: Sparks, Colin (2012), ‘The interplay of politics and economics in transitional societies’, pp. 41-62.

    74. Reinventing media: media policy reform in East-Central Europe - Miklós Sükösd, Péter Bajomi-Lázár 2003

      Book 

    75. Media in Europe today - Josef Trappel, Denis McQuail, MyiLibrary, Euromedia Research Group 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: Thomass, Barbara and Hans Kleinsteuber (2011), ‘Comparing media systems: the European dimension’, pp. 25-41.

    76. Media in Europe today - Josef Trappel, Denis McQuail, MyiLibrary, Euromedia Research Group 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    77. The SAGE handbook of political communication - Holli A. Semetko, Margaret Scammell c2012

      Book Essential See: Tworzecki, Hubert (2012), ‘Political Communication and Media Effects in the Context of New Democracies of East-Central Europe’, Ch. 35.

    78. Mass media and political communication in new democracies - Katrin Voltmer, Dawson Books 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book  Print copy also available

    79. The media in transitional democracies - Katrin Voltmer, Ebooks Corporation Limited c2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  Print copy also available

    80. Comparing media systems beyond the western world - Daniel C. Hallin, Paolo Mancini 2012

      Book  See: Voltmer, Katrin (2012), ‘How far can media systems travel? Applying Hallin and Mancini’s comparative framework outside the western world', pp. 224-225.

    81. The media in transitional democracies - Katrin Voltmer, Ebooks Corporation Limited c2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: Voltmer, Katrin (2013), ‘Political parallelism’ Ch.8, pp. 179-196.

    82. Mass media and political communication in new democracies - Katrin Voltmer, Dawson Books 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    83. Mass media and political communication in new democracies - Katrin Voltmer, Dawson Books 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book  See: White, Stephen and Ian McAllister (2006), ‘Politics and the media in post-communist Russia’, pp. 183-198.

    84. European media studies - Kevin Williams 2011, c2005

      Book