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War, Insurgency and Terrorism

  • (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.
  • Morgan, M, Lewis, J. and Jhally, S. (1992) 'More viewing, less knowledge': in Mowlana, H., Gerbner, G. and Schiller, H. (Eds.), Triumph of the Image: The Media's War in the Persian Gulf - A Global Perspective. Boulder: Westview Press.
  • 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
  • Mason, P. (2001) ‘Court On Camera’ in Picturing Justice - read feature article at University of San Francisco website
  • 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

Sexual Violence

  • 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.