Professor Petros Iosifidis, Professor in Media & Communication Policy, City University. Evens, T., Iosifidis, P. and Smith, P. (28 Aug 2013). The Political Economy of Television Sports Rights. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 1137360348.

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Dr Andrea Berardi, Open University Berardi, A., Tschirhart, C., Mistry, J., Bignante, E., Haynes, L., Albert, G., Benjamin, R., Xavier, R. and Jafferally, D. (2013). From resilience to viability: a case study of indigenous communities of the North Rupununi, Guyana. EchoGéo (24), http://echogeo.revues.org/13411

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Dr Melvyn Stokes, University College London www.ucl.ac.uk/cinemamemories  

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Professor Mark Hobart, SOAS, University of London Hobart, Mark (2011) ’Live or dead? Televised theatre and its audiences in Bali.’ In: Chan, Felicia andKarpovich, Angelina and Zhang, Xin, (eds.), Genre in Asian film and television: new approaches.Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-32.   Key Points Theoretically, Bali has long served as a limiting possibility of the human condition, because Balinese are supposedly so different […]

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Dr Bhaskar Mukhopadhyay, Goldsmiths, London, Dream Kitsch: Indigenous Media, “11 September” and the Work of Pot in the Era of Electronic Transmission, The Journal of Material Culture (Sage), (forthcoming).

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Dr Fernando Resende, School of Oriental and African Studies, London UFF (Brazil)/CNPq/ Visiting Scholar (SOAS) Narratives of conflicts and diasporic movements Key Points Research focuses on narratives of conflicts and diasporic movements; theory and philosophy of communication; journalism; culture; comparative media and documentary studies; critical cultural studies and the impact of geopolitical discursive relations (narratives […]

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Dr. Dina Matar, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Matar, Dina (2012) ‘Contextualising the Media and the Uprisings: A return to History.’ Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 5 (1). pp. 75-79.

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