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This list relates to the year 2019/2020 which does not start until 01/09/2019
  1. Week 2: Explaining International News (DEV) 14 items
    1. Key Reading 1 item
      1. Silencing Mexico: A Study of Influences on Journalists in the Northern States - Jeannine E. Relly, Celeste González de Bustamante Celeste González de 2013

        Article Core Reading

    2. Further Reading 13 items
      1. Social meanings of news: a text-reader - Daniel A. Berkowitz c1997

        Book 

      2. Africa in the Media - S Franks 2005

        Webpage  link may be broken

      3. The Structure of Foreign News - Johan Galtung and Mari Holmboe Ruge 1965

        Article 

      4. News out of Africa: Biafra to Band Aid - Paul Harrison, Robin H. Palmer 1986

        Book 

      5. Africa's media image - Beverly G. Hawk 1992

        Book 

      6. Images of Africa: stereotypes & realities - Daniel M. Mengara 2001

        Book 

  2. Week 3: Research on media content 52 items
    1. Key Reading 1 item
      1. `Suit, Tie and a Touch of Juju'—The Ideological Construction of Africa: A Critical Discourse Analysis of News on Africa in the British Press - Heather Jean Brookes 10/1995

        Article Core Reading It is okay if you skim read some of the later sections as they do get a bit dense, but the first half at least, and the conclusion, are all important to read.

    2. Further reading on discourse analysis 9 items
      1. Researching communications: a practical guide to methods in media and cultural analysis - David Deacon 2007

        Book Further Reading A good book with a chapter on CDA of news

      2. Analysing media texts - Marie Gillespie, Jason Toynbee 2006

        Book Further Reading

      3. Discourse analysis - Barbara Johnstone c2008

        Book Further Reading

      4. Critical discourse analysis - Ruth Wodak 2013

        Book Further Reading

      5. Critical discourse analysis of news - Xie, Qin 2018

        Journal Further Reading

      6. Interpreting qualitative data - David Silverman 2014

        Book Further Reading

      7. Visual methodologies: an introduction to the interpretation of visual materials - Gillian Rose 2001

        Book Further Reading

      8. Handbook of visual analysis - Theo Van Leeuwen, Carey Jewitt, Theo van Leeuwen, Theo van Leeuwen 2001

        Book Further Reading

      9. The discourse reader 2014

        Book Further Reading

    3. Further reading on media representations of Africa 15 items
      1. How Western Journalists Actually Write About Africa - Toussaint Nothias 11/06/2018

        Article Further Reading

      2. Diamonds and Genocide - Christopher R. Cook 17/09/2013

        Article 

      3. Hollywood's Africa after 1994 - MaryEllen Higgins 2012

        Book 

      4. Where in the World Is Africa? - Guy J. Golan 02/2008

        Article Further Reading

    4. Further reading on media representations of women and men 15 items
      1. Masculinity and men's lifestyle magazines - Bethan Benwell 2003

        Book 

      2. Media analysis techniques - Arthur Asa Berger 2014

        Book  pp 3-36

      3. Media semiotics: an introduction - Jonathan Bignell 2002

        Book  Reading list has 1997 ed. pp 28-54

      4. Critical readings: media and gender - Cynthia Carter, Linda Steiner 2004

        Book 

      5. Reading women's magazines: an analysis of everyday media use - Joke Hermes 1995

        Book 

      6. Representing women: myths of femininity in the popular media - Myra Macdonald 1995

        Book 

      7. Feminism and youth culture - Angela McRobbie 2000

        Book  Reading list has 1991 ed.

      8. An introduction to theories of popular culture - Dominic Strinati 2004

        Book  Reading list has 1995 ed. Pp 87-128

    5. Further reading on media representations of race: 12 items
      1. Media and ethnic minorities - Valerie Alia, Simone Bull 2005

        Book 

      2. Racism and the press - Teun A. van Dijk, Teun A. van Dijk, Teun A. van Dijk 1991

        Book 

  3. Week 4: Advanced CDA 1 item
    1. The hierarchy of global suffering - STIJN JOYE 01/2009

      Article Core Reading Key reading

  4. Week 5: Media systems 31 items
    1. Key Reading 1 item
      1. Comparing media systems beyond the Western world 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Core Reading Chapter 5 (Brazil) or 6 (South Africa)

    2. Further Reading 11 items
      1. Western media systems - Jonathan Hardy 2008

        Book Core Reading Chap 1 (This is a very good overview of the way in which the comparison of media systems has developed. It provides a good background to the more detailed analysis you will find in Hallin and Mancini below, and the critical perspective offered by Davis)

      2. McQuail's mass communication theory - Denis McQuail c2010

        Book  Reading list has 1994 ed. Chapter 5

      3. The media were American: U.S. mass media in decline - Jeremy Tunstall 2008

        Book 

      4. The cultural industries - David Hesmondhalgh 2013

        Book  Reading list has 2007 ed.

    3. Additional reading: Global Media Flows: Past and Present 19 items
      1. Key Reading 1 item
      2. Further Reading 18 items
        1. How to read Donald Duck: imperialist ideology in the Disney comic - Ariel Dorfman, Armand Mattelart 1984

          Book  Chapters 2 and 3

        2. Beyond cultural imperialism: globalization, communication and the new international order - Peter Golding, Phil Harris 1997

          Book 

        3. The global media: the new missionaries of corporate capitalism - Edward S. Herman, Robert Waterman McChesney 1997

          Book 

        4. Media imperialism - Oliver Boyd-Barrett 2015

          Book 

  5. Week 7: Field Theory - An introduction 2 items
    1. Bourdieu and the journalistic field - Rodney Benson, Erik Neveu 2005

      Book Further Reading Introduction only

  6. Week 8: Media and Public Opinion 51 items
    1. Key Reading 2 items
      1. The Role of Radio in the Rwandan Genocide - Christine L. Kellow, H. Leslie Steeves 01/09/1998

        Article Core Reading

    2. Further reading on media effects theories 28 items
      1. Livingstone, S. (1996) On the continuing problems ofmedia effects research. Available online: http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/21503/1/On_the_continuing_problems_of_media_effects_research(LSERO).pdf

      2. Critical readings: violence and the media - C. Kay Weaver, Cynthia Carter 2006

        Book 

      3. Electoral change in Britain since 1945 - Pippa Norris 1997

        Book 

      4. A virtuous circle: political communications in postindustrial democracies - Pippa Norris 2000

        Book 

    3. Further reading on audience research methods 21 items
      1. Changing Paradigms in Audience Studies [in] Remote control: television, audiences, and cultural power - D Morley

        Chapter Core Reading CHAPTER 1: This is a useful and succinct overview of the development of audience studies. It covers some really crucial ground and connects shifts in audience studies to broader intellectual currents

      2. Watching the Lord of the rings: Tolkien's world audiences - Martin Barker, Ernest Mathijs c2008

        Book 

      3. Doing ethnographies - Mike Crang, Ian Cook 2007

        Book 

      4. Interpreting audiences: the ethnography of media consumption - Shaun Moores 1993

        Book  Reading list has 2000 ed.

      5. Television and everyday life - Roger Silverstone 1994

        Book 

      6. Interpreting films: studies in the historical reception of American cinema - Janet Staiger c1992

        Book 

  7. Week 9: The future of PSB 3 items
  8. Week 10: Rethinking CDA 1 item
  9. Week 11: The death of journalism 2 items