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    • Deane, James; Docquir, Pierre François; Mano, Winston; Sabry, Tarik; Sakr, Naomi (2020)
      In the face of challenges posed by a shifting digital media landscape, an array of international bodies continue to endorse public service media (PSM) as an essential component of democratisation. Yet how can PSM achieve ...
    • Clapson, Mark (2013)
      "The story of sporting communities and individuals at the University of Westminster over 150 years is the second book to explore the institution's diverse history including its role as a pioneer of women's sports. Drawing ...
    • Garrisi, Diana; Janciute, Laima; Johanssen, Jacob (2018)
      "The portrayal of disfigurement in the UK media must change. This policy brief is based on recent research that found a general negative and sensationalised attitude towards disfigurement in the media. Disfigurement is ...
    • Bunz, Mercedes; Janciute, Laima (2018)
      "Through algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI), objects and digital services now demonstrate new skills they did not have before, right up to replacing human activity through pre-programming or by making their own ...
    • Lee, Mickey (2019)
      Are financial crises embedded in IT? Can gender studies offer insights into financial reporting? Feminist theories and Science and Technology Studies (STS) can enrich a critique of financial crises in capitalism as the ...
    • Anne Gross, Sally; Musgrave, George (2020)
      “Musicians often pay a high price for sharing their art with us. Underneath the glow of success can often lie loneliness and exhaustion, not to mention the basic struggles of paying the rent or buying food. Sally Anne Gross ...
    • Timcke, Scott (2018-07-27)
      The United States presents the greatest source of global geo-political violence and instability. Guided by the radical political economy tradition, this book offers an analysis of the USA’s historical impulse to weaponize ...
    • Timcke, Scott (2017)
      "The United States presents the greatest source of global geo-political violence and instability. Guided by the radical political economy tradition, this book offers an analysis of the USA’s historical impulse to weaponize ...
    • Gandini, Alessandro; Graham, James (2017)
      "In recent years research into creative labour and cultural work has usually addressed the politics of production in these fields, but the sociotechnical and aesthetic dimensions of collaborative creative work have been ...
    • Fuchs, Christian (2020)
      ‘An authoritative analysis of the role of communication in contemporary capitalism and an important contribution to debates about the forms of domination and potentials for liberation in today’s capitalist society.’ — ...
    • Morelock, Jeremiah (2018)
      After President Trump’s election, BREXIT and the widespread rise of far-Right political parties, much public discussion has intensely focused on populism and authoritarianism. In the middle of the twentieth century, members ...
    • Fuchs, Christian (2016)
      "This book contributes to the foundations of a critical theory of communication as shaped by the forces of digital capitalism. One of the world's leading theorists of digital media Professor Christian Fuchs explores how ...
    • Rouzé, Vincent (2019)
      "This new book analyses the strategies, usages and wider implications of crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platforms in the culture and communication industries that are reshaping economic, organizational and social logics. ...
    • Smith, Andrew; Graham , Anne (2019)
      London is one of the world’s most popular destinations and visitors contribute approximately £14.9 billion of expenditure to the city every year. Its tourism and events sectors are growing and over the last few years London ...
    • Breen, Paul (2018)
      "Evaluating skills and knowledge capture lies at the cutting edge of contemporary higher education where there is a drive towards increasing evaluation of classroom performance and use of digital technologies in pedagogy. ...
    • Nancy , Jean-Luc; Condello, Angela; Grassi , Carlo; Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos , Andreas (2019)
      What does it mean to judge when there is no general and universal norm to define what is right and what is wrong? Can laws be absent and is law always necessary? This is the first publication of an English translation of ...
    • Chandler, David; Fuchs, Christian (2019-01-30)
      This book explores activism, research and critique in the age of digital subjects and objects and Big Data capitalism after a digital turn said to have radically transformed our political futures. Optimists assert that the ...
    • Penn, Elaine (2017)
      "The story of the University of Westminster is the fifth volume in a series of titles exploring the University's long and diverse history. This book celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the institution gaining ...
    • Glew, Helen; Gorst, Anthony; Heller , Michael; Matthews, Neil (2013)
      "The story of the Polytechnic and of the legacy of Quintin Hogg is the third publication exploring the University of Westminster's long and diverse history. A fitting tribute to the life and legacy of Hogg, his holistic ...
    • Baldissone, Riccardo (2018)
      Understandings of freedom are often discussed in moral, theological, legal and political terms, but they are not often set in a historical perspective, and they are even more rarely considered within their specific language ...