Recent PublicationsCCMR members all conduct research in their own areas of expertise but share a common interest in the over-arching themes of the centre.
Below are some select recent publications. A full range of publications can be seen at the publications link on the staff profiles, which can be viewed on our Members page.
- Henderson, L. (2013)‚‘News for Everyone? Perspectives of Young People and UK journalists on Political Reporting in UK Television‘ Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research.
- Roberts, JM. (2012), 'Discourse or Dialogue? Habermas, the Bakhtin Circle and the Question of Concrete Utterances', Theory and Society
- Sharma, S. (2011), Unravelling difference: a sensory multiculture, Senses and Society 6 (3) : 284- 305
- David, M., Rohloff, A., Petley, J. and Hughes, J. (2011), The idea of moral panic – ten dimensions of dispute, Crime, Media, Culture 7 (3) : 215- 228
- Lockyer, S. and Myers, L., (2011) 'It’s about expecting the unexpected’: Live stand-up comedy from the audiences’ perspective, Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 8 (2) : 165- 188
- Malik, S. (2010), From multicultural programming to diasporic television: situating the UK in a European context, Media History 16 (1) : 123- 128
- Rose, G., Degen, M. and Basdas, B. (2010), More on ‘big things’: Building events and feelings, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (3) : 334- 349
- Wilkin, P. (2009), ‘Are you sitting comfortably? The Political Economy of the Body’, Sociology of Health and Illness, Vol. 31 No. 1, 35–50.
Books and Chapters
Books and Chapters
- Petley J. (2012), Film and Video Censorship in Modern Britain, Edinburgh University Press.
- Petley J. (2012), Head-on collisions: the BBFC in the 1990s, in E. Lamberti (ed.), Behind the Screens at the BBFC: Film Classification from the Silver Screen to the Video Age, BFI/Palgrave.
- Wayne, M., Petley, J., Murray, C. and Henderson, L. (2010), Television news, politics and young people: Generation disconnected?. Palgrave Macmillan
- Wilkin, P. (2010), The Strange Case of Tory Anarchism, London: Libri Press.