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Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture (WPCC)
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Journal
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247 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
OAI-PMH
http://www.westminsterpapers.org/jms/index.php/up/oai/

 

  • Book Review: Perlman, Janice (2010) Favela. Four Decades of Living on the Edge in Rio de Janeiro, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN – 978-0-19-536836-9

    Medrado, Andrea (2011)
    Between 1968 and 1969, Janice Perlman, a young American researcher, lived in the favelas of Brazil’s “marvellous” city of Rio de Janeiro. Her research produced the book The Myth of Marginality: Urban Poverty and Politics in Rio de Janeiro, published in 1976. Fitting within a trend of scholarly thought that emerged in the mid-1960s, from writers such as Anibal Quijano, Manuel Castells, Florestan Fernandes and William Mangin, the book radically challenged the negative views of the urban poor th...

    Hear our plea: Voices of early free Methodist women in denominational print culture

    Mesaros-Winckles, Christy (2011)
    In the late nineteenth century a gender battle was brewing in the Free Methodist Church. Since the denomination’s founding in 1860, women had pursued ordination. With the support of the denomination’s founder, Benjamin Titus Roberts, women began to wage a fierce editorial campaign in the pages of the denominational weekly magazine, The Free Methodist and the quadrennial special publication General Conference Dailies. The articles written by women and in defense of women’s roles in the denomin...

    Book Review: Hafez, Kai (editor) Arab Media – Power and Weakness, 2008, New York: Continuum International, ISBN 978-0826428363

    Haugbolle, Sune (2009)
    Arab Media – Power and Weakness provides an assessment of the emergent field of Arab media studies. The 13 articles of the volume, most written by veterans in the field, discuss issues related to the effects, audiences, contexts, ethics, economy, law and culture of Arab media. The book’s introduction by editor Kai Hafez ties this plethora of material together in an ambitious attempt to outline current research on the links between Arab politics, society and media, and to point to some of the ...

    Re-Evaluating China’s Global Media Expansion

    Marsh, Vivien (2018)
    As China continues its global economic rise, Chinese media have been tasked with making Beijing’s official voice heard and understood in the world. Nine years after the launch of an accelerated ‘media going-out’ policy, however, the nature and impact of that policy are still contested even though by 2018, China’s international media offering is vastly more sophisticated than that of 2009. As China becomes more assertive internationally, President Xi Jinping has reaffirmed the requirement for ...

    Multi-Platform Television and Business Models: A Babylonian Clutter of Definitions and Concepts

    Baumann, Sabine; Hasenpusch, Tim Christopher (2016)
    The field of multi-platform television is suffering from a Babylonian clutter of definitions and concepts hampering its development especially in terms of establishing new business models for it. Thus, a clear notion of the concepts and definitions within an emerging business field is necessary to identify and develop new opportunities for value creation. To enhance the research field of multi-platform TV the article disentangles the clutter of concepts by defining and aggregating the terms i...
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