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  1. Week 1: Risky Business: Introducing ideas of risk, anxiety and the news media 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. The media and risk - E Hughes, J Kitzinger, G Murdock

      Chapter Essential

  2. WK1- Further reading: 27 items
    1. Creating fear: news and the construction of crisis - Altheide, David L. 2002

      Book  Read chapter, 'Give the devil his due: Fear in its place’ (pp.1-29)

    2. The culture of fear: why Americans are afraid of the wrong things - Glassner, Barry c1999

      Book  Read chapter, Introduction: Why Americans fear the wrong things’ (pp.xi-xxviii)

    3. Culture of fear: risk-taking and the morality of low expectation - Furedi, Frank 2002

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Introduction – At risk?’ (pp.1-13)

    4. Ecological politics in an age of risk - Beck, Ulrich 1995

      Book 

    5. The risk society and beyond: critical issues for social theory - Adam, Barbara, Beck, Ulrich, Loon, Joost van 2000

      Book  Read chapter ' Repositioning Risk: The Challenge for Social Theory Part 1 Recasting Risk Culture'

    6. Theory review - Mark Deuze, Thorsten Quandt, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen 04/2006

      Article 

    7. Intimate enemies: moral panics in contemporary Great Britain - Jenkins, Philip 1992

      Book  Read chapter, 'Approaching social problems’

    8. Risk in social science - Taylor-Gooby, Peter, Zinn, Jens 2006

      Book 

    9. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

      Book  read chapter by Eldridge - 'Risk, society and the media: Now you see it, now you don't' (pp. 106-128)

    10. Critical readings: moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2005

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Introduction: More questions than answers’ (pp.1-24)

    11. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapter, 'Underwriting risk: Moral panics and social theory'

    12. Ulrich Beck: a critical introduction to the risk society - Mythen, Gabe 2004

      Book  See chapter, 'Mediating risk’ (pp73-95)

    13. Ulrich Beck: a critical introduction to the risk society - Mythen, Gabe 2004

      Book  See chapter, 'Mediating risk’ (pp73-95)

    14. Media, risk and science - Allan, Stuart 2002

      Book 

    15. Nanotechnology, risk and communication - Anderson, Alison, Petersen, Alan R., Wilkinson, Clare, Allan, Stuart 2009

      Book 

    16. Nanotechnology, risk and communication - Anderson, Alison, Petersen, Alan R., Wilkinson, Clare, Allan, Stuart 2009

      Book 

    17. Risk, media, and stigma: understanding public challenges to modern science and technology - Flynn, J., Slovic, Paul, Kunreuther, Howard 2001

      Book 

    18. Moral panics, social fears, and the media: historical perspectives - Nicholas, Siân, O'Malley, Tom 2013

      Book 

    19. Nanotechnology, risk and communication - Anderson, Alison, Petersen, Alan R., Wilkinson, Clare, Allan, Stuart 2009

      Book  Read chapter, 'Risk society and the media'

  3. Week 2: Media health campaigns: Advertising risk avoidance and healthy behaviours 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. Promoting health: knowledge and practice - Katz, Jeanne, Peberdy, A. 1997

      Book  Reda chapter, 'Educating and communicating through the mass media’

  4. WK2 - Further reading: 12 items
    1. Public communication campaigns - Rice, Ronald E., Atkin, Charles K. 2001

      Book 

    2. Using communication theory: an introduction to planned communication - Windahl, Swen, Signitzer, Benno, Olson, Jean 1992

      Book 

    3. Promoting health: knowledge and practice - Katz, Jeanne, Peberdy, A. 1997

      Book  Read within this, Sidell, M. 'Educating and communicating through the media’ (pp.180-196)

    4. The sociology of health promotion: critical analyses of consumption, lifestyle, and risk - Bunton, Robin, Nettleton, Sarah, Burrows, Roger 1995

      Book  Read chapter, Burrows, R., Nettleton, S. Buton, R. 'Sociology and Health Promotion: Health, Risk and Consumption under Late Modernism’

    5. Designing health messages: approaches from communication theory and public health practice - Maibach, Edward, Parrott, Roxanne 1995

      Book 

    6. Designing health messages: approaches from communication theory and public health practice - Maibach, Edward, Parrott, Roxanne 1995

      Book 

    7. The sociology of health promotion: critical analyses of consumption, lifestyle, and risk - Bunton, Robin, Nettleton, Sarah, Burrows, Roger 1995

      Book  Read also chapter, Nettleton, S., Bumton, R. ‘Sociological Critiques of Health Promotion’

    8. Communication theory today - Crowley, D. J., Mitchell, David 1994

      Book  See chapter, Leiss, W. ‘Risk Communication and Public Knowledge’

    9. Health communication in the 21st century - Kevin B. Wright, Lisa Sparks, Dan O'Hair 2008

      Book  See section 8 - Mass Communication and Health

  5. Week 3: Don’t shoot the messenger! - Journalists, experts and risky news 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. Media, risk and science - Allan, Stuart 2002

      Book  Read chapter, 'Science Journalism' (pp.69-88)

  6. Wk 3- Further reading 20 items
    1. Science, Risk and the Media: Do the front pages reflect reality?

      Webpage  The PDF of this report can be freely downloaded from this site.

    2. Communicating uncertainty: media coverage of new and controversial science - Friedman, Sharon M., Dunwoody, Sharon, Rogers, Carol L. 1999

      Book  Read chapter, Dunwoody, S. 'Scientists, journalists and the meaning of uncertainty’ (pp 59-79)

    3. Selling science: how the press covers science and technology - Nelkin, Dorothy 1995

      Book  Read chapters, (i) The culture of science journalism’ (pp 78-93) , (ii) Constraints of the journalistic trade’ (pp 101-120) and (iii) How scientist control the news’ (pp 144-149)

    4. Doctoring the media: the reporting of health and medicine - Karpf, Anne 1988

      Book  Read chapter, 'Outside the box: Media expertise and the power to define' (pp. 110-135)

    5. Health risks and the press: perspectives on media coverage of risk assessment and health - Moore, Mike, Media Institute (Washington, D.C.), American Medical Association 1989

      Book  Read chapter, Nelkin, D. (1990) ‘Journalism and science: The creative tension’

    6. Risky business: communicating issues of science, risk, and public policy - Wilkins, Lee, Patterson, Philip 1991

      Book  Read book's forward, Nelkin, D. 'Foreword: Why is science writing so uncritical of science?

    7. Environmental risks and the media - Allan, Stuart, Adam, Barbara, Carter, Cynthia 2000

      Book  Read chapter, Cottle, S. ‘TV news, lay voices and the visualisation of environmental risks’ (pp 29-44)

    8. JOURNALISM AND EXPERTISE - Tammy Boyce 12/2006

      Article 

    9. The culture of fear: why Americans are afraid of the wrong things - Glassner, Barry c1999

      Book  Read chapters, (i) Dubious Dangers on roadways and campuses: How fears are sold’ (pp 1-20) and (ii) ‘Final Thoughts: The Martians aren’t coming’ (pp 203-211)

    10. Setting the agenda: the mass media and public opinion - McCombs, Maxwell E. c2004

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Shaping the media agenda’

    11. News, public relations and power - Cottle, Simon 2003

      Book  Read introductory chapter and others that are of interest

    12. Risk society: towards a new modernity - Beck, Ulrich 1992

      Book  Read chapter, ‘The politics of knowledge in the risk society’ (pp 50-84

    13. Reporting on risks: the practice and ethics of health and safety communication - Willis, William James, Okunade, Albert Adelowo 1997

      Book  Read chapters, (i) The Field of Risk Communication, (ii) The Journalist and the Pursuit of Truth and ( iii) The Scientist and the Pursuit of Truth

  7. Week 4: Reporting risky bodies: the (mis)representation of health and disease 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Unhealthy preoccupations’ (pp 33-46)

  8. Wk 4: Further reading 26 items
    1. Media, risk and science - Allan, Stuart 2002

      Book  Read chapter, 'Bodies at risk: News coverage of AIDS’ (pp 121-139)

    2. Media and health - Seale, Clive 2002

      Book  read chapters, (i) ‘Danger, fear and insecurity’ (pp.67-92) and (ii) ‘Villains and Freaks’ (pp.93-118)

    3. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Unhealthy preoccupations’ (pp 33-46)

    4. Moral threats and dangerous desires: AIDS in the news media - Lupton, Deborah 1994

      Book 

    5. Doctoring the media: the reporting of health and medicine - Karpf, Anne 1988

      Book  Read chapter, 'Moral Panics and miracle cures' (pp. 135-149)

    6. The tyranny of health: doctors and the regulation of lifestyle - Fitzpatrick, Michael c2001

      Book  Read chapter, Health scares and moral panics’ (pp.13-34)

    7. Policing desire: pornography, AIDS, and the media - Watney, Simon 1997

      Book  Read chapters, (i) ‘Moral panics’ (pp.38-57), (ii) ‘Aids and the press’ (pp.77-96) and (iii)‘Aids on television’ (pp.97-121)

    8. The circuit of mass communication: media strategies, representation and audience reception in the AIDS crisis - Miller, David 1998

      Book  Read chapters, (i) ‘News variations’ (pp.46-67), (ii) ‘Aids and television news’ (pp.68-90), (iii) ‘Sourcing Aids news’ (pp.123-146) and (iv)Producing Aids news’ (pp.147-166)

    9. Critical readings: moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2005

      Book  Read chapter, Weeks, J 'Aids: The intellectual agenda’

    10. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

      Book  Read chapters, (i) ‘Media and mental illness’ (pp 54-63) and ‘Why go to casualty? Health fears and fictional television’ (pp 93-105)

    11. The media in Britain: current debates and developments - Stokes, Jane, Reading, Anna 1999

      Book  Read chapter, Stokes, J. 'Use it or lose it: Sex, sexuality and sexual health in magazines for girls’ (pp 209-217)

    12. Mass communication and public health: complexities and conflicts - Atkin, Charles K., Wallack, Lawrence 1990

      Book  Read chapter, Signorielli, N ‘Television and health: Images and impact’ (pp 96-113)

    13. Risky business: communicating issues of science, risk, and public policy - Wilkins, Lee, Patterson, Philip 1991

      Book  Read chapter, Shain, R and Phillips, J ‘The stigma of mental illness: Labelling and stereotyping in the news’

    14. Health matters: a sociology of illness, prevention and care - Petersen, Alan R., Waddell, Charles 1998

      Book  Read chapter, Lupton, D. ‘Medicine and Health Care in Popular Media’ (p.194-207)

    15. Medicine as culture: illness, disease and the body in Western societies - Lupton, Deborah 2003

      Book  Read chapter, Lupton, D. 'Representations of Medicine, Illness and Disease in Elite and Popular Media’

  9. Week 5: Children at risk? Media accounts of dangerous strangers and media effects 2 items
    Essential reading:
    1. Media and crime - Yvonne Jewkes 2010

      Book  Read chapter 4: Media Constructions of Children: 'Evil Monsters' and 'Tragic Victims'

  10. Wk5: Further reading 17 items
    1. Moral panics over contemporary children and youth - Charles Krinsky 2008

      Book 

    2. Culture of fear: risk-taking and the morality of low expectation - Furedi, Frank 2002

      Book  Read chapters, (i) 'A world of risky strangers’ (pp.107-126) and (ii) ‘Who can you trust?’ (pp.127-146)

    3. Social policy, the media, and misrepresentation - Franklin, Bob 1999

      Book  Read chapter, Kitzinger, J. ‘The ultimate neighbour from hell? Stranger danger and the media framing of paedophiles’ (pp.207-221)

    4. Critical readings: moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2005

      Book  Read the chapters, (i) Ost, S. 'Children at risk: legal and societal perceptions of the potential threat that the possession of child pornography poses to society’ (pp.148-161), (ii) Best, J. ‘Rhetoric in claims about missing children’ (pp.196-211) and (iii) De Young, M. (1998) ‘Another look at moral panics: The case of satanic day care centres’ (pp.277-290)

    5. The culture of fear: why Americans are afraid of the wrong things - Glassner, Barry c1999

      Book  Read chapters, (i)‘Youth at risk: Faulty diagnoses and callous cures’ (pp.51-86) and (ii) Monster moms: On the art of misdirection’ (pp.85-106)

    6. Intimate enemies: moral panics in contemporary Great Britain - Jenkins, Philip 1992

      Book  Read chapters, (i) ‘Preying on children: paedophilia and child murder’ (pp.72-99), (ii) ‘Enemies within: Reformulating child abuse’ (pp.102-130) and (iii) ‘The ritual abuse cases’ (pp.177-193)

    7. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapters. (i) ‘Suffer the little children: child abuse in families’ (pp.81-98) and (ii) ‘Monstrous ideas: paedophilia’ (pp.99-117)

    8. DYNAMICS OF PARTISAN JOURNALISM - Simon Cross, Sharon Lockyer 04/2006

      Article 

    9. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapter, A rocky horror show: Video nasties’ (pp.64-80)

    10. After the death of childhood: growing up in the age of electronic media - Buckingham, David 2000

      Book  Read chapter, Buckingham, D. ‘Children viewing violence’ (pp.123-144 )

    11. Ill effects: the media violence debate - Barker, Martin, Petley, Julian 2001

      Book  Read chapters. (i) Barker, M ‘The Newson Report: A case Study in ‘Common Sense’ , (ii) Buckingham, D. Electronic ‘Child Abuse? Rethinking the Media’s Effects on Children’ , (iii) Murdock, G ‘Reservoirs of dogma: An archaeology of popular anxieties’ and (iv) Petley, J. ‘In defence of video nasties’ (pp. 188-196)

    12. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Myth appropriation: The childhood theme’ (pp.155-163)

    13. The Ashgate Research Companion to Moral Panics - Charles Krinsky 2013

      Book  Read - Krinsky, C. (2013). Overview of Part IV - moral panics over children and youth and M.Davies, M. (2013). Moral panics and the young: The James Bulger Murder, 1993

  11. Week 6: A lens of fear? The media and fearful tales of drugs, crime and immigration 5 items
    Essential reading:
    1. FEAR IN THE NEWS. A Discourse of Control - David L. Altheide, R. Sam Michalowski 08/1999

      Article 

    2. Media and crime - Yvonne Jewkes 2010

      Book  Read chapter 2: The Construction of Crime News

    3. Media and crime - Yvonne Jewkes 2010

      Book  Read chapter 3: Media and Moral Panics

    4. Crime and media: a reader - Chris Greer 2010

      Book  Read chapter16 - The Construction of News Jewkes

    5. Crime, culture and the media - Eamonn Carrabine 2008

      Book  Read chapters : &, Producing the News and 8 Revisiting Moral Panics

  12. Wk 6: Further reading 22 items
    1. Creating fear: news and the construction of crisis - Altheide, David L. 2002

      Book 

    2. Journalism: critical issues - Allan, Stuart 2005

      Book  Read chapter, Criticher, C. 'Mighty Dread: Journalism and Moral Panics'

    3. News, crime and culture - Wykes, Maggie 2001

      Book  Read chapter, Wykes, M. ‘High Jinks: youth, crime and Community’ (pp.86-111)

    4. The manufacture of news: social problems, deviance and the mass media - Cohen, Stanley, Young, Jock 1981

      Book  Read chapter, Young, J.‘The Myth of Drugtakers in the Mass Media’ (pp.206-225)

    5. Critical readings: moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2005

      Book  Read chapter, Meylakhs, P ‘The discourse of the press and the press of discourse: Constructing the drug problem in the Russian media’ (pp.175-188)

    6. Framing of asylum seekers in Dutch regional newspapers - L. d'Haenens, M. de Lange 01/11/2001

      Article 

    7. The culture of fear: why Americans are afraid of the wrong things - Glassner, Barry c1999

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Crime in the news’ (pp.21-50)

    8. Creating fear: news and the construction of crisis - Altheide, David L. 2002

      Book  Read chapter, ‘The problem frame and the production of fear’ (pp.41-58)

    9. Moral panics and the media - Critcher, C. 2003

      Book  Read chapter, ‘No news is good news: The role of the media’ (pp.131-142)

  13. WK8:A news view of immigration - Floods and the enemy within. 1 item
    Essential reading:
  14. WK8 - Further reading: 23 items
    1. Journalism: Critical Issues - Allan, Stuart 2005

      Book  Read chapter - Baily, OG. and Harindranath, R. Racialized 'othering'; the representation of asylum seekers in news media

    2. Framing of asylum seekers in Dutch regional newspapers - L. d'Haenens, M. de Lange 01/11/2001

      Article 

    3. The new migration in Europe: social constructions and social realities - Koser, Khalid, Lutz, Helma 1998

      Book  Read chapter - Kaye, R. Redefining the refugee: The media portrayal of asylum seekers

    4. Media and migration: constructions of mobility and difference - King, Russell, Wood, Nancy 2001

      Book  Read chapter - Kaye, R. 'Blaming the victim: Analysis of press representations of refugees and asylum seekers in the United Kingdom in the 1990s.

    5. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

      Book  Read chapters: (i) McLaughlin, G.‘Refugees, migrants and the falloff the Berlin Wall’ ; (ii) Philo, G. and Beattie, L. ‘Race, migration and media’

    6. 'Dear Editor': Race, Readers' Letters and the Local Press - John E. Richardson, Bob Franklin 04/2003

      Article 

  15. Week 9: 'Food glorious food …' - the news media, food scares and anxiety 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. Food, health and identity - Caplan, Patricia 1997

      Book  Read chapter, Reilly, J and Miller, D. ‘Scaremonger or scapegoat? The role of the media in the emergence of food as a social issue’ (pp.234-251)

  16. WK 9: Further reading 17 items
    1. News media and food scares: the case of contaminated salmon - Birgitta Höijer, Rolf Lidskog, Lars Thornberg 12/2006

      Article 

    2. Media, risk and science - Allan, Stuart 2002

      Book  Read chapter, ‘Foods scares: Mad cows and GM foods’ (pp.121-139)

    3. Environmental risks and the media - Allan, Stuart, Adam, Barbara, Carter, Cynthia 2000

      Book  Read chapter, Adam, B. ‘The Media timescapes of BSE news’ (pp.117-129)

    4. News, gender, and power - Carter, Cynthia, Branston, Gill, Allan, Stuart 1998

      Book  Read chapter, Brooks, R. and Holbrook, B. ‘Mad cows and Englishmen’ (pp.174-185)

    5. The mad cow crisis: health and the public good - Ratzan, Scott C. 1998

      Book 

    6. Newspaper reporting of hazards in the UK and Sweden - Gene Rowe, Lynn Frewer, Lennart Sj$ouml$berg 2000-1

      Article 

    7. Alar and apples: newspapers, risk and media responsibility - Sharon M. Friedman, Kara Villamil, Robyn A. Suriano, Brenda P. Egolf 1996-1

      Article 

    8. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

      Book 

    9. Social responsibility and science news: four case studies - Logan, Robert A., Fears, Lillie M., Wilson, Nancy Fraser 1997

      Book  Read chapter , 1. Bad burger outbreak : how the news media covered death and illness from eating hamburgers

    10. The media and food-risk perceptions - Jill McCluskey, Johan Swinnen 2011-6-24

      Article 

  17. Week 10: Revealing fearful futures? The reporting of the new science of genetics and biotechnology 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. Science fiction/science fact: medical genetics in news stories - Alan Petersen, Alison Anderson, Stuart Allan 12/2005

      Article 

  18. WK10: Further reading 23 items
    1. Nanotechnology, risk and communication - Anderson, Alison, Petersen, Alan R., Wilkinson, Clare, Allan, Stuart 2009

      Book  Read chapters, (i) 'Reporting science' and (ii) 'News coverage of nanotechnologies'

    2. Media, risk and science - Allan, Stuart 2002

      Book  Read chapter, Figures of the human: Robots, androids, cyborgs and clones’ (pp.177-196)

    3. Environmental risks and the media - Allan, Stuart, Adam, Barbara, Carter, Cynthia 2000

      Book  Read chapter, Glasner, P. 'Reporting risks: Problematising public participation and the Human Genome Project’ (pp.130-142)

    4. Media Coverage of Conflicts of Interest in Science - KATHERINE A. McCOMAS, LEAH M. SIMONE 2003-6-1

      Article 

    5. Covering Scientific Research in Dutch Newspapers - Ellen Hijmans, Alexander Pleijter, Fred Wester 01/12/2003

      Article 

    6. Cloning: A study in news production - Susanna Hornig Priest 2001-1

      Article 

    7. Environmental sociology: a social constructionist perspective - Hannigan, John A. 1995

      Book  Read chapter, ‘ Biotechnology as an environmental problem: The bovine growth hormone conflict’ (pp.162-177)

    8. The Media and Public Reaction to Genetic Research - Gail Geller, Barbara A. Bernhardt, Neil A. Holtzman 13/02/2002

      Article 

    9. Lost in Translation? - Jean Brechman, Chul-joo Lee, Joseph N. Cappella 06/2009

      Article 

  19. Week 11: Anxious or all panicked out? Media audiences and the reception of risk 1 item
    Essential reading:
    1. The circuit of mass communication: media strategies, representation and audience reception in the AIDS crisis - Miller, David 1998

      Book  Read chapter, Kitzinger, J.'Resisting the message: The extent and limits of media influence’ (pp.192-212

  20. Wk11: Further reading 23 items
    1. Nuclear reactions: form and response in 'public issue' television - Corner, John, Richardson, Kay, Fenton, Natalie 1990

      Book 

    2. The mass media and environmental issues - Hansen, Anders S. 1993

      Book  Read chapters,(i) Shanahan, J. .‘Television and the cultivation of environmental concerns: 1988-1992’ (pp.181-197), (ii) Burgess, J. and Harrison, C. ‘The circulation of claims in the cultural politics of environmental change’ (pp.198-221) and (iii)Corner, J. and Richardson, K. (1993). ‘Environmental communication and the contingency of meaning: A research note’ (pp.222-234)

    3. The circuit of mass communication: media strategies, representation and audience reception in the AIDS crisis - Miller, David 1998

      Book  Read chapter, Kitzinger, J. 'Media impact on public beliefs about AIDS’ (pp.167-191

    4. Talking politics - Gamson, William A. 1992

      Book  Read - Part Two: How People Negotiate Meaning, including Media, popular wisdom, and experience

    5. Doctoring the media: the reporting of health and medicine - Karpf, Anne 1988

      Book  Read chapter, 'Unsound effects: The media's impact on the audience' (pp220-235)

    6. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

      Book  Read chapter, Kitzinger, J. .‘A sociology of media power: Key issues in audience reception research’ (pp.3-20)

    7. Environmental risks and the media - Allan, Stuart, Adam, Barbara, Carter, Cynthia 2000

      Book  Read chapter, Tulloch, J. ‘”landscapes of fear’: Public places, fear of crime and the media (pp.184-198)

    8. Risk and everyday life - Tulloch, John, Lupton, Deborah 2005

      Book 

    9. Risk - Lupton, Deborah 1999

      Book  Read chapter, Risk and subjectivity’ (pp.104-122)

    10. The Handbook of Journalism Studies - Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, , Thomas Hanitzsch, , Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, , and Thomas Hanitzsch 2008

      Book  Read Chapter 23 - Audience reception and news in everyday life

    11. Framing and Cultivating the Story of Crime - Lisa A. Kort-Butler, Patrick Habecker 06/2018

      Article 

  21. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

    Book  Read chapter, Reilly, J "'Just another food scare?" Public understanding and the BSE crisis' (pp 128-147)

  22. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

    Book  Read chapter - Philo, G. and Beattie, L.(1999) ‘Race, migration and media’

  23. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Philo, Greg, Glasgow Media Group 1999

    Book  Read chapter - Philo, G. and Beattie, L.(1999) ‘Race, migration and media’

  24. Crime and media: a reader - Chris Greer 2010

    Book  Read chapter 17 - What Makes Crime News? Katz

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