(2008) ‘Television Agora and Agoraphobia Post September 11’, pp. 178-198, in S. Allan and B. Zelizer (Eds.) Journalism Post September 11. (Revised Edition) London: Routledge. (in press)
Bromley, Michael and Cushion, Stephen (2002) 'Media fundamentalism: The immediate reaction of the UK Press to September 11' in Zelizer, Barbara and Allan, Stuart, Journalism After September 11. Routledge
Carter, C. (2004) “Scary News: Children’s Responses to News of War,” Mediactive, Vol. 3, 67-84.
Cottle, S. (2006) ‘Mediatizing the Global War on Terror: Television’s Public Eye’ pp. 19-48 in A. P. Kavoori and T. Fraley (Eds.) Media, Terrorism and Theory: A Reader. Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield.
Cottle, S. (2002) ‘Television Agora and Agoraphobia Post September 11’, pp. 178-198, in S. Allan and B.Zelizer (Eds.) Journalism Post September 11. London: Routledge.
Cottle, S. (1997) ‘Reporting the Troubles in Northern Ireland: Research and Media Propaganda’, Critical Studies in Mass Communication. 14(3): 282-296.
Cottle, S. (1995) ‘From the “Oxygen of Publicity” to the “Oxygen of Democracy”’, Irish Studies Review. No.10: 34-37.
Lewis, J., Brookes, R., Mosdell, N. & Threadgold, T. (2006) Shoot First, Ask Questions Later: Media Coverage of the 2003 Iraq War. Peter Lang. ISBN 0-8204-7418-5
Cushion, Stephen (2004) ‘Misrepresenting Youth: UK Media and Anti-Iraq War Protesters’ in Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life, Issue # 65, pp.18-20.
Cushion, Stephen (2006) 'Refashioning youth citizenship: Hoodies, the anti-Iraq war movement and press coverage in Wales in Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal, Vol. 3.
Lewis, J. (2002) ‘Speaking of Wars’, Television and New Media 3 (2) pp. 169-172.
Lewis, J., Maxwell R. and Miller, T. (2002) Editorial for special issue of Television and New Media on September 11th 3 (2) pp. 125-131.
Lewis, J. (2004) ‘Television, Public Opinion and the War in Iraq: The Case of Britain’ International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 16 (3) pp.295-310.
Lewis, J. and Brookes, R. (2003) ‘Reporting the war on British Television,’ in D. Miller (ed) Tell Me Lies, Pluto press.
Lewis, J. and Brookes, R. (2004) ‘How British television news represented the case for the war in Iraq,’ in Stuart Allan and Barbie Zelizer (eds), Reporting War: Journalism in Wartime, London and New York: Routledge.
Lewis, J. (2004) ‘September 11th’ in G. Creeber (ed.) 50 Television Texts, London: Arnold.
Lewis, J. (2005) ‘The Power Of Myths: The War On Terror And Military Might’ in H. Nossek, P. Sonwalker and A. Sreberny (eds.), Media and Political Violence, Hampton Press.
Lewis, J., Jhally, S. and Morgan, M, (1991) The Gulf War: A Study of the Media, Public Opinion & Public Knowledge (co-authored). Center for the Study of Communication, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
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Mosdell, N., Brookes, R., Lewis, J. & Threadgold, T. (2004) Too Close For Comfort? The Role of Embedded Reporting in the 2003 Iraq War: Summary Report. Cardiff School of Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies. ISBN 0-9540884-1-7
Threadgold, T. & Mosdell, N. (2004) Embedded Reporting in War and Peace. Defense Management Journal. Issue 25, 1.
Crime, Punishment & Sexual Violence
Mason, P. and Leishman, F. (2003) Policing the Media: Facts, Fictions and Factions Willan, Cullompton pp 168 ISBN 1-903240-28X
Mason, P. (2003) Criminal Visions: Media Representations of Crime and Justice Willan Publishing: Cullompton. pp 310 ISBN 1-84382-013-1
Mason, P. Captured by the Media: Prison Discourse in Popular Culture, Willan Publishing, Cullompton pp 240 ISBN 1-84392-144-8
Mason, P. (2006) ‘Towards a Dominant Regime of Representing the Prison’, in Albrecht H, Serassis T and Kania H. (Eds) Images of Crime III, Max Planck Institute, Freiburg.
Mason. P. (2005) ‘Turn On, Tune In, Slop Out’ in Mason, P. (ed.) Captured By The Media: Prison Discourse in MediaCulture, Willan Publishing.
Mason, P. ‘Relocating Hollywood’s Prison Film Discourse’ in Mason, P. (ed.) Captured
By The Media: Prison Discourse in Media Culture, Willan Publishing.
Mason, P. and Leishman, F. (2005) ‘Decline and Fall in TV Copland: Criminal Justice Matters Revolution Will Be Mediatized’ Journal for Crime, Conflict and The Media vol.1 (1)
Mason, P. (2003) ‘Opposing Factions? Reality television programming and British policing’ in La rappresentazione televisiva del crimine. Milan Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca/ Università Cattolica del S.C. di Milano.
Mason, P. (2003) ‘The Thin Blurred Line: Reality Television and Policing’ in Tarling, R. (Ed.) Selected Papers from The British Criminology Conference, Keele 2002 Keele, British Society of Criminology.
Mason, P. (2003) ‘Screen Machine: cinematic representations of prison’ in Mason, P. (Ed.) Criminal Visions: Media Representation of Crime and Justice. Cullompton Willan Publishing.
Mason, P. (2003) Representing Crime and Justice’ in Mason, P. (Ed.) Criminal Visions, Media Representation of Crime and Justice (2003) Cullompton Willan Publishing.
Mason, P. (2001) ‘Courts, Cameras and Genocide: audio-visual coverage of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’ Criminal Justice Matters. No.43 Spring pp.36-38
Wardle, C. (2007) "Monsters and Angels: Visual Press Coverage of Child Murders in the US and UK, 1930-1990", Journalism, 8 (4) (forthcoming).
Wardle, C. (2006) Forthcoming. “It Could Be You: The Move Towards ‘Personal’ and ‘Societal’ Narratives in Newspaper Coverage of Child Murder, 1930-2000” Journalism Studies, 7 (4) (forthcoming).
Wardle, C. and Gans-Boriskin, R. (2005) “Mad or Bad? Negotiating the Boundaries of Mental Illness on Law & Order”, Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 12 (1): 26-46.
Wardle, C. and Gans-Boriskin, R. (2004) “Who Deserves to Die? Discussions of the Death Penalty in Prime-time Television” Journal of Crime, Conflict and Media Culture, 3 (1): 68-88.
Wardle, C. (2003) “The Unabomber vs. The Nailbomber: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Two Murder Trials” Journalism Studies, 4 (2):239-251
Carter, C. (1998) “When the Extraordinary becomes Ordinary: Everyday News of Sexual Violence,” in Carter, C., Branston, G. and Allan, S. (Eds) News, Gender and Power. London and New York: Routledge, 219-32.
Carter, C. and Thompson, A. (1997) “Negotiating the 'Crisis' around Masculinity: A Historical analysis of Discourses of Patriarchal Violence in the Western Mail, 1896,” in O'Malley, T. and Bromley, M. (Eds) A Journalism Reader, London and New York: Routledge.
Kitzinger, J. (2004) Framing Abuse: Media Influence and Public Understandings of Sexual Violence Against Children. London: Pluto.
Kitzinger, J. (2004) ‘Media Coverage of Sexual Violence Against Women and Children’. In: Ross K, Byerly C, (eds). Media and Women. Oxford: Blackwell.
Kitzinger, J. (2001) ‘Transformations of Public and Private Knowledge: Audience Reception, Feminism and the Experience of Childhood Sexual Abuse’. Feminist Media Studies 1(1).
Kitzinger, J. (2000) ‘Media Templates: Patterns of Association and the (Re)Construction of Meaning over Time’ [The Cleveland and Orkney sexual abuse intervention scandals]. Media, Culture and Society 22(1):64-84.
Kitzinger, J. (1999) ‘The Ultimate Neighbour from Hell?: Stranger Danger and the Media Representation of 'Paedophilia'. In: Franklin B, (ed). Social Policy, the Media and Misrepresentation. London: Routledge.
Kitzinger, J. (1996) ‘Media Representations of Sexual Abuse Risks’. Child Abuse Review 5(5):319-333.
Kitzinger, J. (1996) ‘Public Place, Private Issue: the Public's Reaction to the Zero Tolerance Campaign Against Violence Against Women.’ In: Bradby H, (ed). Defining Violence. Aldershot: Avebury Press.
Kitzinger, J. (1995) ‘Playing Safe: Media Coverage of the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse’. Child Abuse Review 1995;4(1):47-56. (co-author)
Kitzinger, J. (1994) ‘Challenging Sexual Violence Against Girls: A Public Awareness Approach’. Child Abuse Review, 3(4):246-248.
Kitzinger, J. (1990) ‘Who Are You Kidding?: Children, Power and the Struggle Against Sexual Abuse’. In: James A, Prout A, (eds). Constructing and Reconstructing Childhood. Falmer Press.
Weaver, C.K., Carter, C., and Stanko, E. (2000) “The Female Body at Risk: Media, Sexual Violence and the Gendering of Public Environments,” in Allan, S., Adam, B. and Carter, C. (Eds) Environmental Risks and the Media, London and New York: Routledge.
Television Journalism and the Communication of Global Crises
Cottle, S. and Rai, M. (2006) ‘Between Display and Deliberation: Analyzing TV News as Communicative Architecture’ Media, Culture and Society, 28(2): 163-189.
Cottle, S. (2005) ‘In Defence of “Thick” Journalism or How Television Journalism can be Good for Us’, pp. 109-124 in S. Allan (Ed.) Journalism: Critical Issues. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Cottle, S. (2003) ‘News, Public Relations and Power: Mapping the Field’ in S. Cottle (Ed.) News, Public Relations and Power. pp 3-24. London: Sage.
Cottle, S. (2003) ‘TV Journalism and Deliberative Democracy: Mediating Communicative Action’ in S. Cottle (Ed.) News, Public Relations and Power. pp. 153-170. London: Sage.
Cottle, S. (2000) ‘TV News, Lay Voices and the Visualisation of Environmental Risks’, pp. 29-44, in S. Allan, B. Adams, C. Carter (Eds.) Environmental Risks and the Media. London: Routledge
Cottle, S. (1995) ‘The Production of News Formats: Determinants of Mediated Contestation’, Media, Culture and Society. 17(2): 275-291.
Cottle, S. (1993) ‘Mediating the Environment: Modalities of TV News’, pp. 107-133 in A. Hansen (Ed.) The Mass Media and Environmental Issues. Leicester: Leicester University Press.
Mediatized Ritual, Princess Diana and the Politics of Public Mourning
Cottle, S. (2006) ‘Mediatized Rituals: Beyond Manufacturing Consent’ Media, Culture and Society, 28(3): 411-432.
Kitzinger, J. (1998) 'Image and Princess Di'. Screen, 39(1):86-91.
Kitzinger, J (1999) 'The power of the moving image: touching pictures of Diana, Princess of Wales' in Walter. T. (ed) The Mourning for Princess Diana Oxford: Berg.
Thomas, J (2002) 'Diana’s Mourning: A People’s History', University of Wales Press, 211 pages.
Mediatized Conflict: Developments in Media and Conflict Studies
Allan, S., Adam, B. and Carter, C. (Eds) (preface by Ulrich Beck) (2000) Environmental Risks and the Media, London and New York: Routledge.
Allan, S., Adam, B. and Carter, C. (2000) “The Media Politics of Environmental Risks,” in Allan, S., Adam, B. and
Carter, C. (Eds) Environmental Risks and the Media. London and New York: Routledge,
Carter, C. (2005) “The Transformative Power of Cultural Criticism: bell hooks and the Media,” in Berry, D., and Theobald, J. (Eds) Radical Mass Media Criticism: A Cultural Genealogy, Montreal: Black Rose Press.
Carter, C., Branston, G. and Allan, S. (Eds). (1998) News, Gender and Power, London and New York: Routledge.
Carter, C. and Messenger Davies, M. (2005) “’A Fresh Peach is Easier to Bruise’: Children, Young People and the News,” in Allan, S. (Ed) Journalism: Critical Issues. Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press.
Carter, C. and Weaver, C.K. (2003) Violence and the Media, Buckingham and Philadelphia: Open University Press.
Cottle, S. (2006) Mediatized Conflict: New Developments in Media and Conflict Studies. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Cottle, S. (Ed) (2003) News, Public Relations and Power. Editor, London: Sage Publications. (Translated and reprinted 2005 by Fudan University Press, Shanghai, China)
Cottle, S. (2000) Ethnic Minorities and the Media: Changing Cultural Boundaries. Editor, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Cottle, S. (2000) ‘Rethinking Theories of News Access’, Journalism Studies, 1(3): 427-448.
Cottle, S. (1999) ‘Communication and ‘Risk Society’, pp.83-116. In S. Papathanassopoulos (ed) Communication and Society: from the 20th to the 21st Century. Athens: Kastaniotis Publications. (Translated into Greek)
Cottle, S. (1998) ‘Ulrich Beck, “Risk Society” and the Media: A Catastrophic View?’ European Journal of Communication, 13(1): 5-32.
Cushion, Stephen (2004) 'More than a fashion statement: Youth and politics in Wales' in Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, No 168.
Cushion, Stephen (2005) 'Positive Politics' in Young People Now, April 6-12, p.9
Weaver, C.K. and Carter, C. (Eds) (2006) Critical Readings: Violence and the Media, Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press (in press).
Weaver, C.K. and Carter, C. (2006) “Media Violence Research in the Twenty-First Century: A Critical Intervention,” in Weaver, C.K. and Carter, C. (eds), Critical Readings: Violence and the Media, Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press, 1-26.
Demonstrations, Protests and Urban Riots
(2008) ‘Reporting Demonstrations: The Changing Media Politics of Dissent’ Media, Culture and Society (accepted/forthcoming)
Cottle, S. (1993) TV News, Urban Conflict and the Inner City. Leicester: Leicester University Press/New York: St.Martins Press.
Cottle, S. (2006) 'Demonstrations and protest: public sphere(s), public screens', in S. Cottle (ed) Mediatized Conflict, Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Cottle, S. (2001) ‘Television News and Citizenship: Packaging the Public Sphere’, pp. 61-79, in M.Bromley (Ed.) No News is Bad News, Harlow: Pearson Education.
Cottle, S. (1994) ‘Stigmatizing Handsworth: Notes on Reporting Spoiled Space’, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 11(3): 231-256.
Cottle, S. (1991) ‘Reporting the Rushdie Affair: A Case Study in the Orchestration of Public Opinion’, Race and Class 32(4): 45-64.
The Globalizing Field of Aid-Media Interactions
(2007) ‘Global Humanitarianism and the Changing Aid-Media Field: "Everyone was Dying for Footage"’ (with David Nolan) Journalism Studies, 8(6): 862-878.