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Special issue of Scan: journal of media arts culture 2006; Vol.3 No.1 ISSN 1449-1818
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Guest editor of special issue.
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Special Issue of Journalism: theory, practice and criticism 2003 4(3)
Atton, C. The British alternative press in the 1990s: aims, organisation, production and “writing” on the social margins. (Thesis). Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/3657
Gulyas, A. Mediamorphoses: the political economy of the print media in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland during the first decade of the post-communist era. (Thesis)
Boswell, D. K. Publishing and the industrial dynamics of biblio-cultural identity in Catalan and Scottish literary fields. (Thesis)
This thesis provides a comparative analysis of the way contemporary processes of global change have affected the development of the publishing industry in nations which can be...
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Atton, C. Virtual community and popular culture: expertise and authority in fan discourse
Atton, C. Mainstreaming the alternative, alternativising the mainstream: the hegemony of news cultures. Paper presented at International Association for Media and Communication Research Annual Conference, Barcelona
Atton, C. Putting critical thinking and reflexivity to practice in journalism education
Atton, C. Fanzines: popular culture and creativity
Atton, C. Genre, subculture and music fanzines
Atton, C. Alternative media and professional journalism: separatism or supplementarity?
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