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Alternative Journalism is the first book to investigate and analyse the diverse forms and genres of journalism that have arisen as challenges to mainstream news coverage. From...
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The HANDS question-answering and direction application, consisting of Answer Tree and Address Guesser modules is described in relation to the EDEN project from which it is der...
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In providing an overview of British political parties on the threshold of the 'information age', this chapter argues that any thorough analysis is incomplete without addressin...