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Media Today, 3rd Edition An Introduction to Mass Communication Joseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania

“Media Today is the best textbook to understand the organization, economics, and emerging trends within the U.S. media sector. Its institutional focus and the level of detail and updated knowledge it provides in this regard makes it the best textbook for an introductory media course.”—Gisela Gil-Egui, Fairfield University

Media Today puts students at the center of profound changes in the twenty-first century media world -from digital convergence to media ownership- and gives them the skills to think critically about what these changes mean for the role of media in their lives. Completely revised with updated examples, case studies, and media resources, the third edition of this innovative mass communication textbook is built upon a media systems approach that gives students an insider’s perspective on how mass media industries operate. By making students more knowledgeable about the influences that guide media organizations, Media Today builds media literacy skills to make students sensitive to ways of seeing media content as a means of learning about culture. Joseph Turow emphasizes throughout the many ways in which media convergence has blurred distinctions between and among various media. Each chapter guides students through the essential history of media industries; examines the current forces shaping their creation, distribution and exhibition; and explores the impact of emerging trends in media and society from globalization to social networking to video games. Comprehensive and engaging, Media Today features:a three-pronged media systems approach focused on media literacy, convergence, and emerging trends in today’s media culture; up-to-date coverage of the latest political, economic, technological, and cultural issues affecting media industries; exciting new resources including an enclosed DVD with media examples and an interactive companion website featuring a full range of instructor and student materials including study podcasts at www.routledge.com/textbooks/mediatoday Table of Contents: Preface. To the Student Part 1: Understanding the Nature of Mass Media Chapter 1: Understanding Mass Media and the Importance of Media Literacy Chapter 2: Making Sense of the Media Business Chapter 3: Formal and Informal Controls on Media Content: Government Regulation, Self-Regulation, and Ethics Chapter 4: Making Sense of Research on Media Effects and Media Culture Part 2: Media Giants and Cross-Media Activities Chapter 5: A World of Blurred Media Boundaries Chapter 6: Understanding the Strategies of Media Giants Part 3: The Print Media Chapter 7: The Book Industry Chapter 8: The Newspaper Industry Chapter 9: The Magazine Industry Part 6: The Electronic Media Chapter 10: The Recording Industry Chapter 11: The Radio Industry Chapter 12: The Motion Picture Industry Chapter 13: The Television Industry Chapter 14: The Internet and Video Game Industries Part 5: Advertising and Public Relations Chapter 15: The Advertising Industry Chapter 16: The Public Relations Industry. Epilogue. Notes. Credits August 2008: 279x216: 712pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-89534-4 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-96058-8: $150.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-96059-5: $85.00 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £85.0

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The Advertising and Consumer Culture Reader

Mass Communication in Contexts

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Edited by Brooke Erin Duffy and Joseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania By combining classic studies of mass communication with contemporary research on media, technology, and culture, Key Readings in Media Today will help students to make sense of the rapidly changing media environment. This collection is designed to supplement the 3rd edition of Media Today: An Introduction to Mass Communication, but it can also be used independently. Key Readings in Media Today provides both historical and contemporary analyses of each of the major media industries: book, newspaper, magazine, sound recording/radio, motion picture, television, new media, advertising, and public relations. The volume places an emphasis on convergence, looking at the ways boundaries between these media industries are blurring in surprising new ways. Section introductions and headnotes for each article offer valuable critical and historical context, while review questions after each reading test students’ understanding of key concepts. Additional resources on a companion website are designed to spark classroom discussion and connect the readings to the latest contemporary media issues and controversies. Table of Contents: Introduction Part 1: Understanding the Nature of Mass Media 1. Mass Communication, Popular Taste and Organized Social Action, P.F. Lazarsfeld and Robert K. Merton 2. The Definition of Media Literacy, W. James Potter 3. Common Media for an Uncommon Nation, Ben Bagdikian 4. Political Problem, Political Solutions, Robert McChesney 5. Not Toasters: The Special Nature of Media Products, C. Edwin Baker 6. Four puzzles from Cyberspace, Lawrence Lessig Part 2: The Print Media 7. Making News: Time and Typifications, Gaye Tuchman 8. Convergence: News Production in a Digital Age, Eric Klinenberg 9. Future Oriented: The Timing of Magazines in the Digital Age, Brooke Erin Duffy 10. Sex, Lies, and Advertising, Gloria Steinem 11. Is There a Text in This Advertising Campaign?: Literature, Marketing, and Harry Potter, Philip Nel 12. Newspapers Rocken Espanol, Mark Fitzgerald Part 3: The Electronic Media. 13: What Is News?, Neil Postman and Steve Powers 14. Queens for a Day: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and the Neoliberal Project, Katherine Sender 15. Deconstructing the Diversity Principle, Philip M. Napoli 16. Radio and Modernity: Time, Place and ‘Communicative Capacity, David Hendy 17. Fallout: A Follow Up to the Internet Debacle, Janis Ian 18. Promoting and Protecting the Industry, Janet Wasko 19. Blockbuster Meets Superhero Comic, or Art House Meets Graphic Novel?: The Contradictory Relationship between Film and Comic Art, Matthew P. McAllister, Ian Gordon Mark Jancovich Part 4: The Digital Media 20. The Long Tail, Chris Anderson 21. Peer Production and Sharing, Yochai Benkler 22. Your Brain on Video Games: Could They Actually Be Good for You?, Steven Johnson 23. Sports Online: The Newest Player in Mediasport, Michael Real 24. Quentin Tarantino’s Star Wars?: Digital Cinema, Media Convergence and Participatory Culture, Henry Jenkins 25. Download This: YouTube Phenom Has a Big Secret, Ethan Smith and Peter Lattman Part 5: Advertising and Public Relations 26: The Work of Adcult, James B. Twitchell 27. ‘Chaos Scenario’: A Look at the Marketing Industry’s Coming Disaster, Bob Garfield 28. Rethinking Television in the Digital Age, Joseph Turow 29. Philanthropy as Public Relations: A Critical Perspective on Cause Marketing, Inger L. Stole 30. Media, War, and Propaganda: Strategies of Information Management during the 2003 Iraq War, Deepa Kumar 31. The Public and its Problems: Some Notes for the New Millennium, Stuart Ewen November 2008: 254x178: 488pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99204-6: $125.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99205-3: $45.00 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £70.0

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The Advertising and Consumer Culture Reader assembles the most imporant writings on advertising and society. Arranged thematically, approximately 30 essays will provide readers with the some of the best-known and most provocatative writings on the nature, process, and social implications of advertising and consumer culture for society. The contents of the collection are based on courses taught by the volume editors, making the volume ideal for classroom use in courses covering issues in advertising and consumer culture. The book will include a jointly authored General Introduction and brief introductions to every section. Each article will be preceded by a paragraph that will introduce the author and place the piece within the stream of the author’s writings. The article will be followed by a short list of questions that the student might consider about the piece. Table of Contents: Introduction Joseph Turow and Matthew McAllister Part I: The Rise of Commercial and Consumer Culture 1. Advertising: The Magic System, Robert Williams 2. The Alien Past: Consumer Culture in Historical Perspective, Susan Strasser 3. ‘Educate the Public!’ , Stuart Ewen Part II: The Political Economy of Advertising 4. Televised Consumption: Women, Advertisers and the Early Daytime Television Industry, Inger L. Stole 5. Dr. Brandreth Has Gone to Harvard, Ben Bagdikian 6. Economic Censorship and Free Speech: The Circle of Communication between Advertisers, Media, and Consumers, J. I. Richards and J. H. Murphy II 7. The Commodity Flow of U.S. Children’s Television, Matthew P., McAllister and J. Matt Giglio Part III: Creating Advertising 8. Encoding Advertisements: The Creative Perspective, Aidan Kelly, Katrina Lawlor, and Stephanie O’Donohoe 9. Nightmare on Madison Avenue, Devin Leonard 10. The Outing of Philip Morris: Advertising Tobacco to Gay Men, Elizabeth A. Smith and Ruth E. Malone Part IV: Ads and Globalization 11. Gender and Advertisements: The Rhetoric of Globalisation, Maitrayee Chaudhuri 12. The Construction of Beauty: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Women’s Magazine Advertising, Katherine Frith, Ping Shaw, and Hong Cheng 13. Just Do It, But Not on My Planet, Robert Goldman and Stephen Papson Part V: Ads and Cultural Meaning 14. Reflections and Reviews: An English Teacher Looks at Branding, James B. Twitchell 15. Advertising as Capitalist Realism, Michael Schudson 16. The Spectacular Consumption of ‘True’ African American Culture: ‘Whassup’ with the Budweiser Guys? , Eric King Watts and Mark Orbe 17. Flabless is Fabulous: How Latina and Anglo Women Read and Incorporate the Excessively Thin Body Ideal into Everyday Experience, Robyn J. Goodman Part VI: Ads and Politics 18. Selling Democracy: Consumer Culture and Citizenship in the Wake of September 11, Greg Dickinson 19. Political Advertising in US Presidential Campaigns: Messages, Targeting, and Effects, Bruce W. Hardy 20. Campaign.USA; With the Internet comes a new political ‘Clickocracy’, Jose Antonio Vargas Part VII: Advertising and the Active Citizen 21. A New Consumerism, 1960-1980, Gary S. Cross 22. Pranking Rhetoric: ‘Culture Jamming’ as Media Activism, Christine Harold 23. Local Foreign Policy: Students and Communities Join the Fray, Naomi Klein Part VIII: Ads and the Future 24. The Work of Being Watched; Interactive Media and the Exploitation of SelfDisclosure, Mark Andrejevic 25. Advertisers and Audience Autonomy at the End of Television, Joseph Turow 26. Every Nook and Cranny: The Dangerous Spread of Commercialized Culture, Gary Ruskin and Juliet Schor 27. Advertising at the End of the Apocalypse, Sut Jhally April 2009: 229x152: 400pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-96329-9: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-96330-5: $49.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £60.0

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International Communication: A Reader

Communication as Culture, Revised Edition

On Communicating

Edited by Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, UK

Essays on Media and Society

Klaus Krippendorff, University of Pennsylvania, USA

This comprehensive reader brings together seminal texts in media and communication from both traditional as well as more recent scholarship. Readings are drawn from an international range of scholars and organized to reflect the growing internationalization of the field, with clearly defined sections covering key aspects of global communication. In addition to the core academic readings, key policy documents are also included to demonstrate the development of the political, economic and technological infrastructure that underpins the global system of media and communication.

In this classic text, James W. Carey maintains that communication is not merely the transmission of information; reminding the reader of the link between the words “communication” and “community,” he broadens his definition to include the drawing-together of a people that is culture. In this context, Carey questions the American tradition of focusing only on mass communication’s function as a means of social and political control, and makes a case for examining the content of a communicationóthe meaning of symbols, not only the motives that originate them or the purposes they serve. He seeks to recast the goal of communication studies, replacing the search for deterministic laws of behavior with a simpler, yet far more challenging mission: “to enlarge the human conversation by comprehending what others are saying.”

Additional features include: •suggestions for further reading •a timeline of main events in global communication •URLs of relevant websites for further research May 2009: 246x174: 640pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-44455-2: $135.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-44456-9: $40.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £75.0

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Advertising Iain MacRury, University of East London, UK Series: Routledge Introductions to Media and Communications Advertising, once seen as ‘the official art of capitalist society’ is an increasingly commonplace component of a characteristically promotional culture. Iain MacRury’s Advertising offers the means to explore and evaluate this transition with an introduction to advertising for the contemporary reader. Advertising provides a clear and easy guide to a changing cultural and commercial genre. It explores how advertising can be studied as a cultural industry, and as a sign system, and how adverts and the reception of adverts can be considered drawing on approaches from literary criticism, structuralism, poststructuralism, psychoanalysis and ethnography. Written in an accessible and interesting style, Advertising is the ideal introductory book for students of media, communication and journalism. Table of Contents: Introduction 1. Advertising and Common Sense 2. Advertising Agencies: Mediation and the Creative Process 3. Advertising: Marketing, Media and Communication 4. Analysing and historicising advertising 5. Advertising and Culture 6. Advertising: Signs and Textualities 7. Advertising: New Forms and Intimacies 8. Advertising: Audiences and Psychologies Bibliography

Otherness, Meaning, and Information

James W. Carey

This new edition includes a new critical foreword by G. Stuart Adam that explains Carey’s fundamental role in transforming the study of mass communication to include a cultural perspective and connects his classic essays with contemporary media issues and trends. This edition also adds a new, complete bibliography of all of Carey’s writings. September 2008: 229x152: 240pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-92891-2 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-98975-6: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-98976-3: $29.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £60.0

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The Political Communication Reader Edited by Ralph Negrine, University of Sheffield, UK and James Stanyer, Loughborough University, UK “This is a collection of some of the best works and finest writers in political communication. It provides the reader with a comprehensive overview of the state of the art and how the field developed over the last decades.” —Christina Holtz-Bacha, Professor of Communication, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany 2007: 246x174: 336pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-35935-1: $140.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-35936-8: $43.95 £70.0

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Edited by Fernando Bermejo, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain Klaus Krippendorff is an influential figure in communication studies widely known for his award-winning book Content Analysis.Over the years, Krippendorff has made important contributions to the ongoing debates on fundamental issues concerning communication theory, epistemology, methods of research, critical scholarship, second-order cybernetics, the social construction of reality through language, design, and meaning. On Communicating assembles Krippendorff’s most significant writings ñ many of which are virtually unavailable today, appearing in less accessible publications, conference proceedings, out-of-print book chapters, and articles in journals outside the communication field. In their totality, they provide a goldmine for communication students and scholars. Edited and with an introduction by Fernando Bermejo, this book provides readers with access to Krippendorff’s key works. Table of Contents: Introduction Part 1: Communicating Chapter 1. An Alternative Paradigm Chapter 2. Epistemological Grounding Chapter 3. Major Communication Metaphors Chapter 4. A Recursive Framework for Communication Theories Chapter 5. Conversation or Intellectual Imperialism Part 2: Otherness Chapter 6. The Otherness that Theory Creates Chapter 7. A Cybernetics of I-Other Relations Chapter 8. Pathology, Power and Emancipation Chapter 9. Writing Ecologically Part 3: Meaning Chapter 10. A Constructivist Critique of Semiotics Chapter 11. The Dialogical Meaning of Cultural Artifacts Chapter 12. The Methodo-logic of Content Analysis Chapter 13. Discourse as Systematically Constrained Conversation Part 4: Information Chapter 14. An Introduction to Information Theory Chapter 15. Research In-Formation Chapter 16. Paradox and Information Chapter 17. Cyberspace and its Artifacts Chapter 18. Social Memory References August 2008: 229x152: 384pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-89480-4 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-97859-0: $130.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-97860-6: $32.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £65.0

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Understanding Video Games

Media Law and Ethics, 3rd Edition

Media Law and Ethics Casebook

The Essential Introduction

Roy L. Moore, Middle Tennessee State University and Michael D. Murray, University of Missouri – St. Louis

Roy L. Moore, Middle Tennessee State University

Simon Egenfeldt-Nielsen, Jonas Heide Smith, and Susana Pajares Tosca, all at IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark From Pong to PlayStation 3 and beyond, Understanding Video Games is the first general introduction to the exciting new field of video game studies. This textbook traces the history of video games, introduces the major theories used to analyze games such as ludology and narratology, reviews the economics of the game industry, examines the aesthetics of game design, surveys the broad range of game genres, explores player culture, and addresses the major debates surrounding the medium, from educational benefits to the effects of violence. Throughout the book, the authors ask readers to consider larger questions about the medium: •What defines a video game? •Who plays games? •Why do we play games? •How do games affect the player? Extensively illustrated, Understanding Video Games is an indispensable and comprehensive resource for those interested in the ways video games are reshaping entertainment and society. A companion website www.routledge.com/textbooks/ 9780415977210 features student resources including discussion questions for each chapter, a glossary of key terms, a video game timeline, and links to other video game studies resources for further study. Table of Contents: Acknowledgments. Introduction. 1. Studying Video Games 2. The Game Industry 3. What is a Game? 4. History 5. Video Game Aesthetics 6. Video Game Culture 7. Player Culture 8. Narrative 9. Serious Games-When Entertainment Is Not Enough 10. Video Games and Risks. List of Games. Bibliography. April 2008: 254x178: 304pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-93074-8 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-97720-3: $95.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-97721-0: $29.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £60.0

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Introduction to Communication Studies John Fiske Series: Studies in Culture and Communication 1990: 216x138: 224pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-04672-5: $33.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £16.9

Media Law and Ethics offers a comprehensive overview of mass media law and ethics. Updated and re-titled to reflect the expansion of its topical coverage beyond mass communication, this third edition provides a timely and useful examination of the basic legal and ethical media concepts, paying special attention to key cases, such as recent developments on Internet legislation, precedentsetting U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and related regulatory concerns over the influence of new media and various policy issues involving access to public information. This text provides students with a practical and useful introduction to key media law principles and cases and explores the related ethical concerns and concepts relevant to the practice of professional communication. Authors Roy L. Moore and Michael Murray revisit and update the most timely and incendiary issues in modern American media and its relations to society, including: • Access and exposure to traditional over-the-air material and information available through the Internet. • The complex issues related to the start and implementation of the Patriot Act with respect to First Amendment issues. • Emerging media markets—particularly China and India, with a discussion of the changing media law environment as it applies specifically to such areas as libel, pirating and copyright, as a by-product of the expanded distribution of American mass media products via the net, DVDs and the new hand-held devices. This edition includes updated legal cases and emerging issues related to news technology, new delivery systems and greater opportunities to share information via the net – with a separate chapter paying special attention paid to ethical issues in mass media. Designed for undergraduate students in Media Law or Media Law and Ethics courses, Media Law and Ethics is also appropriate for graduate students in the beginning media law or First Amendment seminar. It provides essential insights on media law, serving as a practical guide to key cases and related ethical decision-making. Select Contents 1. Sources and Types of American Law 2. The U.S. Legal System 3. The Judicial System 4. Ethical Dilemmas, Issues, and Concerns in Mass Communication 5. Prior Restraint 6. Corporate and Commercial Speech 7. Electronic Mass Media and Telecommunications 8. Libel 9. Indecency, Obscenity, and Pornography 10. Right of Privacy 11. Press and Public Access to the Judicial Processes, Records, Places, and Meetings 12. Intellectual Property 2007: 7x10: 816pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5067-3: $80.00 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £4.0

This new edition of the casebook includes extensive excerpts from 25 major decisions by the Supreme Court of the United States in media law or related to media law. The cases are presented in the order in which they are discussed in the third edition of Media Law and Ethics by Roy L. Moore and Michael D. Murray, but the casebook is designed to be used as a supplemental text in any media law course. Each case includes a brief overview and has been edited to delete detailed citations and highly technical material. However, every effort has been made to preserve the Court's original language, including its recitation of the facts, its reasoning and the holding in the case. Most of the cases also include excerpts from the Court's syllabus, a summary prepared by the Court's Reporter of Decisions. A few of the cases include excerpts from concurring and/or dissenting opinions, where those opinions illustrate the complexity of the case or were influential in later decisions. June 2008: 7x10: 336pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5082-6 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

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An Introduction to Political Communication Brian McNair, University of Strathclyde, UK Series: Communication and Society In this successful and well established textbook, Brian McNair examines how politicians, trade unions, pressure groups and terrorist organizations make use of the media. Separate chapters look at political media and their effects, the work of political advertising, marketing and public relations, and the communicative practices of organizations at all levels, from grass-root campaigning through to governments and international bodies. This fourth edition is revised and updated to include: •the re-election of George W. Bush in 2004 •developments in the war on terror since 2003, including the invasion of Iraq •the re-election of New Labour in 2005 •the Gilligan affair, and changes in UK government communication since the Hutton report •the growing role of the internet in political communication. An Introduction to Political Communication draws on a range of contemporary examples to show how politicians and political groups communicate. Select Contents: 1. Politics in the Age of Mediation 2. Politics, Democracy and the Media 3. The Effects of Political Communication 4. The Political Media 5. The Media as Political Actors 6. Party Political Communication I: Advertising 7. Party Political Communication II: Political Public Relations 8. Pressure Group Politics and the Oxygen of Publicity 9. International Political Communication 2007: 234x156: 222pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-41070-0: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-41069-4: $33.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £60.0

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The Global Public Relations Handbook Expanded and Revised Edition

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication Edited by Robert L. Heath, University of Houston, USA and H. Dan O’Hair, University of Oklahoma, USA

Theory, Research, and Practice Edited by Krishnamurthy Sriramesh, Massey University, New Zealand and Dejan Vercic, University of Ljubljana Expanding on the theoretical framework for studying and practicing public relations around the world, The Global Public Relations Handbook, Revised Edition extends the discussion in the first volume on the history, development, and current status of the public relations industry from a global perspective. This revised edition offers 20 new chapters in addition to the original contents. It includes 14 additional countries and contributors use a theoretical framework to present information on the public relations industry in their countries and regions. They also focus on such factors as the status of public relations education in their respective countries and professionalism and ethics. Each country-specific chapter includes a case study typifying public relations practice in that country. Additional new chapters discuss political economy, activism, international public relations, and United Nations public affairs. Table of Contents: Section 1: Global Public Relations: Conceptual Framework; Section 2: Asia and Australasia; Section 3: Africa; Section 4: Europe; Section 5: The Americas; Section 6: International public relations: Key dimensions and actors; January 2009: 254x178: 1056pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99513-9: $300.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99514-6: $90.00 £150.0

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Reputation Management, 2nd Edition The Key to Successful Public Relations and Corporate Communication John Doorley and Helio Fred Garcia both at New York University Reputation Management is a how-to guide for professionals and students in public relations and corporate communication, as well as for CEOs and other leaders. It rests on the premise that reputation can be measured, monitored, and managed. Organized by corporate communication units (media relations, employee communication, government relations, and investor relations, for example), the book provides a fieldtested guide to corporate reputation problems such as leaked memos, unfair treatment by the press, and negative rumors—and it is this rare book that focuses on practical solutions. 2006: 7x10: 456pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-97470-7: $95.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-97471-4: $45.00 AVAILABLE AS AN INSPECTION COPY

The Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication explores the scope and purpose of risk, and its counterpart, crisis, to facilitate the understanding of these issues from conceptual and strategic perspectives. Recognizing that risk is a central feature of our daily lives, found in relationships, organizations, governments, the environment, and a wide variety of interactions, contributors to this volume explore such questions as “What is likely to happen, to whom, and with what consequences?” “To what extent can science and vigilance prevent or mitigate negative outcomes?” and “What obligation do some segments of local, national, and global populations have to help other segments manage risks?”, shedding light on the issues in the quest for definitive answers. The Handbook offers a broad approach to the study of risk and crisis as joint concerns. Chapters explore the reach of crisis and risk communication, define and examine key constructs, and parse the contexts of these vital areas. As a whole, the volume presents a comprehensive array of studies that highlight the standard principles and theories on both topics, serving as the largest effort to date focused on engaging risk communication discussions in a comprehensive manner. With perspectives from psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, and communication, the Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication enlarges the approach to defining and recognizing risk and how should it best be managed. It provides vital insights for all disciplines studying risk, including communication, public relations, business, and psychology, and will be required reading for scholars and researchers investigating risk and crisis in various contexts. September 2008: 254x178: 696pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5777-1: $225.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5778-8: $80.00 £125.0

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Public Relations and Social Theory Key Figures and Concepts Edited by Oyvind Ihlen, University of Oslo, Magnus Fredrikson, University of Trollhattan, Sweden and Betteke van Ruler, The Amsterdam School of Communication Research Routledge Communication Series Public Relations and Social Theory broadens the theoretical scope of public relations through its application of the works of prominent social theorists to the study of public relations. The volume focuses on the work of key social theorists, including Jürgen Habermas, Niklas Luhmann, Michel Foucault, Ulrich Beck, Pierre Bourdieu, Anthony Giddens, Robert Putnam, Erving Goffman, Peter L. Berger, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Bruno Latour, Leon Mayhew, Dorothy Smith and Max Weber. Unique in its approach, the collection demonstrates how the theories of these scholars come to bear on the understanding of public relations as a social activity. Understanding public relations in its societal context entails a focus on such concepts as trust, legitimacy, understanding, and reflection, as well as on issues of power, behavior, and language.

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Each chapter is devoted to an individual theorist, providing an overview of that theoristís key concepts and contributions, and exploring how these concepts can be applied to public relations as a practice. Each chapter also includes a box giving a short and concise presentation of the theorist, along with recommendation of key works and secondary literature. Overall, this volume will enhance understanding of theories and their applications in public relations, expanding the breadth and depth of the theoretic foundations of public relations. It will be of great interest to scholars and graduate students in public relations and strategic communication. February 2009: 229x152: 400pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-88323-5 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99785-0: $100.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99786-7: $39.95 £50.0

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Pekka Aula, Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration and Saku Mantere, Hanken School of Economics

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Strategic Reputation Management examines the ways in which organizations achieve “goodness” through reputation, reputation management and reputation strategies. It presents a contemporary model of strategic reputation management, helping organizations and stakeholders to analyze the business environment as a communicative field of symbols and meanings in which the organization is built or destroyed. Authors Pekka Aula and Saku Mantere introduce the eight generic reputation strategies, through which organizations can organize their stakeholder relationships in various ways. They illustrate their arguments using realworld examples and studies, from the Finnish Ski Association to Philip Morris International. This book serves as required reading in advanced courses covering public relations practice, advanced topics in PR, corporate communication, management, and marketing. Professionals working in PR, business, management and marketing will also find much of interest in this volume. June 2008: 229x152: 256pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6426-7: $34.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £19.9

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Strategic Planning for Public Relations Ronald Smith, Buffalo State College, USA This text is developed for the public relations campaigns course, offering a step-by-step approach to planning, researching, and implementing a PR campaign. Its pragmatic structure is based on the process of planning, researching, implementing, and evaluating a public relations campaign. It fits into the practice orientation of the PR discipline, preparing students for real-world work. Table of Contents: Introduction; Phase One: Formative Research; Step 1: Analyzing the Situation; Step 2: Analyzing the Organization; Step 3: Analyzing the Publics; Phase Two: Strategy; Step 4: Establishing Goals and Objectives; Step 5: Formulating Action and Response Strategies; Step 6: Using Effective Communication; Phase Three: Tactics; Step 7: Choosing Communication Tactics; Step 8: Implementing the Strategic Plan; Phase Four: Evaluative Research; Step 9: Evaluating the Strategic Plan; Appendices. January 2009: 187x23: 408pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-89118-6: Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99422-4: $55.00 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY

Helen Powell, Jonathan Hardy, Sarah Hawkin and Iain MacRury Series: Media Practice The Advertising Handbook is a critical introduction to the practices and perspectives of advertising. It explores the advertising industry and those who work in it and examines the reasons why companies and organizations advertise; how they research their markets; where they advertise and in which media; the principles and techniques of persuasion and their effectiveness, and how companies measure their success. It challenges conventional wisdom about advertising power and authority to offer a realistic assessment of its role in business and also looks at the industry’s future. The Advertising Handbook, third Edition offers new material and a new organising framework, while continuing to provide both an introduction and an authoritative guide to advertising theory and practice. It is shaped to meet the requirements, interests and terms of reference of the most recent generation of media and advertising students - as well as taking account of some of the most recent academic work in the field, and, of course, contemporary advertising innovations. This new edition includes: fresh industry case studies; detailed profiles of and from advertising agencies and new media players; new and detailed workshop exercises to accompany each chapter; supplementary input from a range of commissioned contributors.

Roy L. Moore, , Middle Tennessee State University, USA and Erik Collins, University of South Carolina, USA Routledge Communication Series Addressing a critical need, this second edition of Advertising and Public Relations Law illustrates the variety of issues and ideas that affect the regulation of advertising and public relations speech, including the categorization of different kinds of speech afforded different levels of First Amendment protection; court-created tests for laws and regulations of speech; and non content-based restrictions on speech and expression. Features include: •An overview and synopsis for each chapter •Online instructor’s guide and test bank •Appendices providing a chart of the judicial system, a summary of the judicial process, an overview of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, and the codes of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, the Public Relations Society of American and American Business This second edition includes extended excerpts from major court decisions, photographs, charts, and illustrations, and an overview and synopsis for each chapter. The volume is developed for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in media, advertising and public relations law or regulation courses. It also serves as an essential reference for advertising and public relations practitioners. September 2009: 229x152: 600pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5346-9: $200.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-96548-4: $75.00 £10.0

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Rhetorical and Critical Approaches to Public Relations Edited by Robert L. Heath, University of Houston, USA, Elizabeth Toth, University of Maryland, USA and Damion Waymer, Virginia Tech, USA Routledge Communication Series This volume illustrates the application of rhetorical theory and critical perspectives to explain public relations practices. It provides a systematic and coherent statement of the crucial guidelines and philosophical underpinnings of public relations, and uses a rhetorical lens to provide practitioners with a sense of how their PR campaigns make a contribution to the organizational bottom line.

Edited by Betteke van Ruler, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ana Tkalac Vercic, University of Zagreb, Croatia and Dejan Vercic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Routledge Communication Series Responding to the increasing need in academia and the public relations profession, this volume presents the current state of knowledge in public relations measurement and evaluation. The book brings together ideas and methods that can be used throughout the world, and scholars and practitioners from the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa are represented. May 2008: 229x152: 344pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6272-0: $110.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6273-7: $39.95 £62.0

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Public Relations Writing Worktext Strategic Message Development Joseph Zappala, Cornell University and Ann R. Carden, State University of New York, Fredonia Public Relations Writing Worktext provides the fundamental knowledge and the basic preparation needed for the professional practice of public relations writing. This textbook introduces readers to public relations and writing, providing an overview of the four-step public relations process in addition to defining and detailing the writing activities involved. It presents in-depth information on the writing formats and approaches used in implementing strategic public relations plans, offering instruction for developing all types of writing assignments, starting with memos, proposals, and news releases, and moving on to the more complex tasks of advocacy writing, newsletters, crisis planning, and online communication. Examples accompany the discussions, providing guidance and structure for the varied writing activities. Retaining the approach of the second edition, this text incorporates numerous changes and updates, making it suitable for use as a primary course text. Updates include: •Expanded text sections with detailed content on research, planning, ethical and legal considerations, and crisis communications; •A focus on writing for the Web and electronic media, including an entire chapter on online writing and communication; •Current examples and reprints of effective public relations writing by leading companies in a variety of organizational settings, including Proctor & Gamble, Ben & Jerry’s, Mattel, the U.S. Golf Association, Kodak, and Heinz; •“Tips from the Top” inserts feature comments and insights from public relations and media professionals on such critical topics as pitching the media, planning events, and developing Intranet sites, and •Chapter summaries, suggested readings, assignments, and an appendix with more than 30 checklists to utilize when working on assignments. Authors Joseph M. Zappala and Ann R. Carden offer a clear and engaging introduction to the writing activities involved in public relations practice, resulting in a valuable resource for professionals as well as a practical classroom text for students planning careers in public relations. August 2009: 177x254: 376pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99753-9: $175.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99754-6: $70.00 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £10.0

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Applied Public Relations Cases in Stakeholder Management

The Public Relations Handbook includes: • case studies, examples and illustrations from a range of campaigns from small and multinational corporations, local government and charities • specialist chapters on fnancial public relations, internal communications and marketing public relation •strategic overviews of corporate identity, globalization and evaluation •a thorough examination of ethics and professionalism •over twenty illustrations from recent PR campaigns •a new chapter dealing with public relations for charities •a completely revised chapter on dealing with the internet effectively. It is supported by a companion website at ww.routledge.com/ textbooks/9780415428026 which features international case studies and is updated quarterly. 2007: 234x156 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-42802-6: $41.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £2.9

Public Relations Law A Supplemental Text Michael G. Parkinson and L. Marie Parkinson, both at Texas Tech University, USA This supplemental text on PR law is intended to be used with other mass communication textbooks.  It is intended for the mass communication law course, which is a mainstay in all accredited programs in mass communication, journalism, broadcasting, telecommunications, public relations, mass media, and related curricula. 2007: 229x152: 192pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-4974-5: $29.95

Public Relations Theory II Edited by Carl H. Botan, George Mason University, U.S.A. and Vincent Hazleton, Radford University, U.S.A 2006: 229x152: 552pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-3385-0: $52.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £34.9

Routledge Communication Series Applied Public Relations provides readers with the opportunity to observe and analyze how contemporary businesses and organizations interact with key groups and influences. Through the presentation of cases covering a wide variety of industries, locations, and settings, authors Larry F. Lamb and Kathy Brittain McKee examine how real orgainzations develop and maintain their relationships, offering valuable insights into contemporary business and organizational management practices. Lamb and McKee place special emphasis on public relations as a strategic management function that must coordinate its planning and activities with several organizational units -- human resources, marketing, legal counsel, finance, and operations, among others. A commitment to the ethical practice of public relations underlies the book, and students are challenged not only to assess the effectiveness of the practices outlined, but also to understand the ethical implications of those choices. This second edition includes the following key features: New and updated cases; Additional Professional Insight commentaries; Expanded use of charts and photos; an appendix with the PRSA Member Code of Ethics and the IABC Code of Ethics for Professional Communicators; A companion website with resources for the student and the instructor. With its practical orientation and scope, Applied Public Relations is a useful text for courses on public relations management, public relations cases and campaigns, and integrated communication management. February 2009: 229x152: 280pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99915-1: $150.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99916-8: $44.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £75.0

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A Comprehensive Text for Students and Practitioners Michael G. Parkinson and L. Marie Parkinson, Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX, U.S.A. Routledge Communication Series 2006: 528pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-4975-2: $74.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £39.9

Public Relations Critical Debates and Contemporary Practice Edited by Jacquie L’Etang and Magda Pieczka, both at University of Stirling, Scotland 2006: 254x178: 528pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-4618-8: $52.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £34.9

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An Integrated Approach To Communication Theory and Research Don W. Stacks, University of Miami, USA and Michael B. Salwen Routledge Communication Series This volume provides an overview of communication study, offering theoretical coverage of the broad scope of communication study as well as integrating theory with research. To explicate the integration process, the chapter contributors offer samples in the form of hypothetical studies, published studies, or unpublished research, showing how theory and research are integrated in their particular fields. November 2008: 254x178: 592pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6381-9: $200.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6382-6: $90.00 £10.0

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Distinctive Qualities of Communication Research Donal Carbaugh, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA and Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University, USA This volume has been conceived to address the question of what is distinctive in communication research. Editors Donal Carbaugh and Patrice Buzzanell have brought together scholars with varied and productive approaches to communication. Each contributor responds to the question: What makes your research communication research? In other words, how does your program of inquiry treat communication not simply as data, but as its primary theoretical concern? Their responses are the heart of this book. The questions addressed and answered herein define the qualities that set research in communication apart from work in related fields, such as social psychology, linguistics, sociology, anthropology, or psychology. September 2009: 229x152: 248pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99025-7: $110.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99026-4: $39.95 £61.0

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Theories and Applications

Edited by Lawrence Frey, University of Colorado at Boulder and Kenneth N. Cissna, University of South Florida, USA

Edited by Walid Afifi and Tamara Afifi, both at University of California, Santa Barbara, USA This volume provides an in-depth exploration of two key processes in communication research : uncertainty and information regulation. These topics have been an integral part of communication research for many years, and have experienced an explosion of scholarly attention in the past decade. The processes are central to several disciplines (e.g., communication, psychology) and sub-disciplines (e.g., health psychology & communication, family communication, interpersonal communication, risk communication & terrorism), but still focus specifically on interpersonal relationships. Published work has been scattered throughout journals and book chapters. This volume will be the first collection to provide both breadth and depth on the theories and applied research in these areas, and it promises to be a widely used resource that advances knowledge and contributes to continued growth in understanding these important processes. Contributors include the best-known scholars working in communication studies, many of them senior academics, and the volume promises to be an exceptional collection of theory and research on an increasingly important area of communication study. Its breadth of coverage makes it stand out in the marketplace.

Routledge Communication Series The Routledge Handbook of Applied Communication Research explores the significance of real-world communication concerns that confront people today. Situations such as raising and educating children in families and schools, structuring work environments, and coping with and helping others to face significant illnesses are covered in the context of the applied communication discipline. Through this examination, it fully captures the crucial role of communication in creating better social worlds. This volume serves as a comprehensive guide to the applied communication research field. Chapters include topics such as foundations, research methods employed, significant issues confronted, important contexts in which research is conducted, and principles and practices that are employed in programs of scholarship. It will help both experienced scholars and those just starting out to understand and appreciate the discipline of applied communication research. Brief Table of Contents: Part I: Foundations of Applied Communication Research. Part II: Methods of Applied Communication Research. Part III: Issues in Applied Communication Research.

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Communication Yearbook 33 Edited by Christina S. Beck, Ohio University The Communication Yearbook annuals publish diverse, state-of-the-discipline literature reviews across the field of communication. Sponsored by the International Communication Association, volumes offer insightful descriptions of research as well as reflections on the implications of those findings for other areas of the discipline. Editor Christina S. Beck presents a diverse, international selection of articles that highlight empirical and theoretical intersections in the communication discipline. May 2009: 229x152: 456pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99961-8: $150.00 £80.0

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The Interplay of Truth and Deception

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Edited by Rebecca B. Rubin, Kent State University, Alan Rubin, Kent State University, Elizabeth Graham, Ohio University, Elizabeth Perse, University of Delaware and David Seibold, University of California, Santa Barbara

New Agendas in Theory and Research

Advances in Theory and Research

Edited by Matthew S. McGlone and Mark L. Knapp, both at University of Texas at Austin, USA

Edited by Jennings Bryant, University of Alabama, USA and Mary Beth Oliver, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Routledge Communication Series

During the past 30 years, there have been a steadily increasing number of scientific and popular publications dealing with lying and deception. Questions about the extent to which public officials are deceptive are standard fare in current magazines and newspapers. This volume aims to present on a more precise conceptualization of this phenomenon, manifested in some well-known constructions like spin, hype, doublespeak, equivocation, and contextomy (quoting out of context).

Communication Research Measures II expands and builds on the contribution of the first volume. It provides scales, indexes, and questionnaires identified as “promising” measures in the first work, and offers the newer measures created over the past 15 years. In addition to new measures in mass, interpersonal, instructional, and group/ organizational communication areas, the editors also highlight work done in newer subdisciplines in communication—including intercultural, family, and health—and look at measures from outside the discipline that have been employed in communication research. May 2009: 229x152: 400pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5132-8: $200.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5133-5: £10.0

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Media Effects

Series: New Agendas in Communication

The contents of the volume have been generated for the New Agendas symposium at the University of Texas College of Communication, and all the authors are young, leading-edge researchers offering innovative perspectives and explorations of lying and deception in various contexts. The volume will be the second one published in the New Agendas series Routledge established in 2006. This volume will appeal to scholars, researchers, and advanced/graduate students in communication, media, and psychology. It is written to the level of advanced undergraduates. May 2009: 229x152: 248pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-88785-1 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99566-5: $100.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99567-2: $34.95 £60.0

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Statistical Methods for Communication Science Andrew F. Hayes, Ohio State University Routledge Communication Series 2005: 254x178: 304pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5487-9: $75.00 £39.9

Explaining Communication Contemporary Theories and Exemplars Edited by Bryan B. Whaley, University of San Francisco, U.S.A and Wendy Samter, Bryant University, U.S.A Routledge Communication Series 2006: 254x178: 480pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-3959-3: $58.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £3.9

Routledge Communication Series With contributions from some of the finest scholars in the discipline, Media Effects serves not only as a comprehensive reference volume for media effects study but also as an exceptional textbook for advanced courses in media effects. Covering the breadth of the media effects arena, this third edition provides updated material as well as new chapters focusing on effects of mobile media and other technologies. As this area of study continues to evolve, Media Effects will serve as a benchmark of theory and research for current and future generations of scholars. Table of Contents: How the News Shapes Our Civic Agenda, Maxwell McCombs and Amy Reynolds. News Framing Theory and Research, David Tewksbury and Dietram A. Scheufele. Growing Up with Television: Cultivation Processes, Michael Morgan, James Shanahan, and Nancy Signorielli. Media Consumption and Perceptions of Social Reality: Effects and Underlying Processes, L. J. Shrum. Media Priming: An Updated Synthesis, David R. Roskos-Ewoldsen, Beverly RoskosEwoldsen, and Francesca Dillman Carpentier. Social Cognitive Theory of Mass Communication, Albert Bandura. Mass Media Attitude Change: Implications of the Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion, Richard E. Petty, Pablo Brinol, and Joseph R. Priester. Uses-andGratifications Perspective on Media Effects, Alan M. Rubin. Where Psychophysiology Meets the Media: Taking the Effects Out of Mass Media Research, Annie Lang, Robert F. Potter, and Paul Bolls. Media and Civic Participation, Dhavan V. Shah, Hernando Rojas, and Jaeho Cho. Political Communication, Douglas M. McLeod, Gerald M. Kosicki, and Jack M. McLeod. Mass Media, Social Perception, and the Third-Person Effect, Richard M. Perloff. Media Violence, Glenn G. Sparks, Cheri W. Sparks, and Erin A. Sparks. Fright Reactions to Mass Media, Joanne Cantor. Effects of Sex in the Media, Richard Jackson Harris and Christopher P. Barlett. Effects of Racial and Ethnic Stereotyping, Dana Mastro. Content Patterns and Effects Surrounding Sex-Role Stereotyping on Television and Film, Stacy L. Smith and Amy D. Granados. The Effects of Media on Marketing Communications, David W. Stewart and Paul A. Pavlou. Educational Television and Interactive Media for Children: Effects on Academic Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes, Shalom M. Fisch. Public Communication Campaigns: Theoretical Principles and Practical Applications December 2008: 254x178: 640pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6449-6: $175.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6450-2: $75.00 £85.0

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Serious Games Mechanisms and Effects Edited by Ute Ritterfeld, Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Michael Cody, University of Southern California and Peter Vorderer, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands The central purpose of this book is to examine critically the claim that playing games can provide learning that is deep, sustained and transferable to the “real world.” The book will include internationally recognized social science scholars and will focus on five goals: (1) define the area of serious games, (2) elaborate and discuss the underlying theories that explain suggested psychological mechanisms elicited through serious game play, addressing cognitive, affective and social processes respectively, (3) summarize and discuss the empirical evidence on the effectiveness of serious games, (4) introduce innovative research methods as a response to the specific methodological challenges imposed through interactive media in creating individualized content, measurement of exposure, multitasking, deeper learning, and transfer from the virtual into the real, and (5) discuss the possibilities and limitations of selected applications for educational purposes. The book is designed to focus exclusively on the desirable outcomes of digital game play. The editors distinguish between 3 possible effects: learning, development, and change. “Learning” is defined as the intentional acquisition of skills or knowledge through deliberate practice and training and has therefore a pedagogical focus. With “development” we emphasize the rather incidental psychological impact of game play on processes of human development such as identity or attitude formation or emotional regulation that may be facilitated or initiated through game play. Finally, “change” addresses the aspect of social intervention, for example political or health behavior. Although not completely distinct, focusing on these 3 dimensions shall ensure covering a broad range of serious games’ possible impact. The volume will appeal to scholars, researchers, and graduate students working in media entertainment and game studies in the areas of education, media, communication, and psychology. July 2009: 229x152: 400pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99369-2: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99370-8: $49.95 £67.0

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Explorations in Communication and History Edited by Barbie Zelizer Series: Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies When and how do communication and history impact each other? How do disciplinary perspectives affect what we know? Explorations in Communication and History addresses the link between what we know and how we know it by tracking the intersection of communication and history. Asking how each discipline has enhanced and hindered our understanding of the other, the book considers what happens to what we know when disciplines engage. Through a critical collection of essays written by top scholars in the field, the book addresses the engagement of communication and history as it applies to the study of technology, audiences and journalism. A comprehensive introduction by Barbie Zelizer contextualises these debates and makes a case for the importance of disciplinary engagement for teaching as well as research in media and cultural studies and each section has a brief introduction to contextualise the essays and highlight the issues they raise, making this an invaluable collection for students and scholars alike. Selected Table of Contents: Introduction: When Disciplines Engage Barbie Zelizer Overview: Communication and History Introduction: Communication and History Josh Lauer 1. History as a Communication Problem John Durham Peters 2. Democratic Theory and the History of Communications Paul Starr 3. Narrating Media History James Curran Audiences Introduction: Audiences, Communication and History Jennifer Ruth Horner 4. Does Textual Analysis Tell Us Anything About Past Audiences? Susan J. Douglas 5. The Citizen Audience: Crowds, Publics and Individuals Richard Butsch 6. Seeking the Historical Audience: Interdisciplinary Lessons in the Recovery of Media Practices S. Elizabeth Bird Technology Introduction: Technology, Communication and History Deborah Lubken 7. Printing and the Writing Revolution Peter Stallybrass 8. Governing by Television Anna McCarthy 9. Newswork, Technology and Cultural Form, 1837-1920 John Nerone Journalism Introduction: Journalism, Communication and History Nicole Maurantonio 10. The History of Journalism and the History of the Book David Paul Nord 11. Public Spheres, Imagined Communities and the Underdeveloped Historical Understanding of Journalism Michael Schudson 12. The New Political Economy and the Rethinking of Journalism History Robert McChesney October 2008: 234x156: 240pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-77734-6: $39.95 £21.9

On the Internet Hubert L Dreyfus, University of California, Berkeley, USA Series: Thinking in Action Can the internet solve the problem of mass education, and bring human beings to a new level of community? Drawing on a diverse array of thinkers from Plato to Kierkegaard, On the Internet agues that there is much in common between the disembodied, free floating web and Descartes’ separation of mind and body. Dreyfus also shows how Kierkegaard’s insights into the origins of a media-obsessed public anticipate the web surfer, blogger and chat room. Drawing on studies of the isolation experienced by many internet users and the insights of philosopher such as Descartes and Kierkegaard, Dreyfus shows how the internet’s privatisation of experience ignores essential human capacities such as trust, moods, risk, shared local concerns and commitment. The second edition includes a brand new chapter on ‘Second Life’ and is revised throughout. October 2008: 198x129: 192pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-88793-6 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-77516-8: $21.95 £1.9

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Living Without the Screen Causes and Consequences of Life Without Television Marina Krcmar, Wake Forest University, USA Living Without the Screen provides an in-depth study of those American families and individuals who opt not to watch television, exploring the reasons behind their choices, discussing their beliefs about television, and examining the current role of television in the American family. Author Marina Krcmar answers several questions in the volume: What is television? Who are those people who reject it? What are their reasons for doing so? How do they believe their lives are different because of this choice? What impact does this choice have on media research? This volume provides a current, distinctive, and important look at how personal choices on media use are made, and how these choices reflect more broadly on media’s place in today’s society. A compelling exploration of the motivations and rationales for those who choose to live without television, this book is a must-read for scholars and researchers working in children and media, media literacy, sociology, family studies and related areas. It will also be of interest to anyone with questions about media usage and the choices families make regarding the role of media in their lives. August 2008: 229x152: 248pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6328-4: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6329-1: $39.95 £60.0

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Telepresence in Everyday Life

A Theoretical and Empirical Overview

Linda Fuller, Communication Department, Worcester College

Edited by Cheryl Campanella Bracken and Paul Skalski, both at Cleveland State University

Edited by Tilo Hartmann, VU University, The Netherlands

A comprehensive introduction to the workings of the business, Sportscasters/Sportscasting: Principles and Practices explains all of the information essential to anyone looking to begin a career in sports media. This unique volume explores topics in print and broadcast media, sports psychology, technology issues, politics and legalities, ethics, and even the role of sports and sportscasting in society. Other topics discussed include the historical development and economics of sports and sportscasting, sports spectators, sports controversies, sociological perspectives, and sports journalism.

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This volume represents the next generation of research in media psychology, bridging selective exposure into a larger framework of choice in media usage. Considering the myriad media options available to use, this work seeks to answer such questions as: What mechanisms guide an individual’s exposure to/choice of media? How can researchers model them? The questions why and how people decide to use media offerings are key in current communication scholarship. Research on selective exposure has addressed this area in the past, but the term ‘media choice’ is used here to represent any implicit/automatic/ spontaneous or explicit/deliberate ‘decisions’ of the users and subsequent behavioral consequences that lead to a contact with a media stimulus.

Sportscasters/Sportscasting: Principles and Practices is filled with knowledge essential to the craft of sportscasting, including numerous appendices containing acronyms and biographic information about over 200 sportscasters, and a complete Instructor’s Manual with exercises to help guide students toward mastery of the topic. Please visit http://LKFullerSport.com for more information and to download the Instructor’s Manual. June 2008: 229x152: 392pp eBook: 0-203-88926-6 ISBN: 978-0-203-88926-8 Hb ISBN: 978-0-7890-1825-0: $95.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-7890-1826-7: $29.95 £60.0

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Media and Religion Daniel A. Stout, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Reflecting the growing interest in and work being done in this area, Media and Religion serves as a holistic examination and exploration of the relationship between media and religion. It examines the history, theory, cultural context, and professional aspects of the connections between these two vital parts of today’s society. It synthesizes the research done in various areas, establishing the current state of the field. It also defines the agenda for additional work and research, paving the way for future development. October 2009: 229x152: 288pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6383-3: $100.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6384-0: $39.95 £50.0

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Audience Studies A Japanese Perspective Toshie Takahashi, Rikkyo University, Japan Series: Routledge Advances in Internationalizing Media Studies Focusing on the case of contemporary Japan, this book describes how people engage the full complement of today’s media, information, and communication technologies as routine practices of everyday life. The book comprehensively explores the concept of audience engagement using the findings and interpretations of Takahashi’s fieldwork on Japanese young people’s involvement with Social Networking Sites (SNS) and mobile phones in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area.

This volume highlights the growth and importance of the concept of telepresence within the field of mass communication. It examines the importance of this concept in considerations of popular media types and their effects on users, establishing the necessity of telepresence to gaining a complete understanding of the uses and effects of popular media technologies. April 2009: 229x152: 288pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99339-5: $100.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99340-1: $39.95 £65.0

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Gatekeeping Theory Pamela J. Shoemaker, Syracuse University, New York, USA and Timothy Vos Gatekeeping Theory examines one of the most enduring concepts in mass communication scholarship. Simply put, gatekeeping is the process by which the billions of messages that are available in the world get cut down and transformed into the hundreds of messages that reach a given person on a given day. This book offers a critical understanding of how gates and gatekeeping are relevant to today’s media world—from traditional mass media outlets such as television and newspapers to blogs. April 2009: 229x152: 184pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-93165-3 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-98138-5: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-98139-2: $29.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £60.0

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Media Globalization and the Discovery Channel Networks Ole Mjos, University of Pennsylvania, USA Series: Routledge Advances in Internationalizing Media Studies This unique study is the first book-length look at the global media phenomenon Discovery, one of the world’s largest factual entertainment and documentary producers and distributors. Offering a thorough and accessible account of the global expansion of Discovery and its relationship with media globalization, Mjos provides an exploration of how the processes of media globalization unfolds and develops, and attempts to trace some of th possible consequences.

Table of Contents: A Brief Introduction to Media Choice, Tilo Hartmann; Social Cognitive Theories of Media Selection, Robert LaRose; Action Theory, Theory of Planned Behavior and Media Choice, Tilo Hartmann; Money does Matter, Helmut Scherer & Teresa K. Naab; The Effect of Subjective Quality Assessments on Media Selection, Jens Wolling; Fast and Frugal Media Choices, Julian N. Marewski, Mirta Galesic, & Gerd Gigerenzer; Cognitive Dissonance Theory: A Roller Coaster Career, Wolfgang Donsbach; Informational Utility as Determinant of Media Choices, Matthias R. Hastall; Affect as a Predictor of Entertainment Choice: The Utility of Looking Beyond Pleasure, Mary Beth Oliver; Media Choice as Avoidance Behavior: Avoidance Motivations During Television Use, Andreas Fahr & Tabea Bˆcking; Media Choice on a Micro Level: On-line Selective Strategies in Watching Television, Helena Bilandzic; The Role of Structure in Media Choice, James G. Webster; Media Choice Despite of Multitasking?, Cees M. Koolstra, Ute Ritterfeld & Peter Vorderer; Media Synchronicity and Media Choice: Choosing Media for Performance, Alan R. Dennis, Robert M. Fuller, & Joseph S. Valacich; Media Adoption and Diffusion, Thilo von Pape May 2009: 229x152: 304pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-96456-2: $99.95 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-96458-6: $39.95

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COMMUNICATION, MEDIA & SOCIETY

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The Videogames Handbook

Joystick Soldiers

David Surman, Newport School of Art, Media and Design

The Politics of Play in Military Video Games

Series: Media Practice ‘Games Studies is an emerging and fast-growing area and this would be an invaluable addition to the literature in the field...’ —Paul Ward, Brunel University ‘...game studies is a new disciplinary area which has gained not only academic recognition but also attracted ever higher levels of student interest. What is particularly interesting about this book is its aim to cover three aspects of videogames: their production, player culture and games as an academic discipline.’ —Caroline Peletier, University of London, UK ‘The book will serve as a good overview and introduction to various important sectors in the field.’ —Diane Carr, University of London, UK Featuring contributions from leading figures in the videogames industry including the international games scholar Henry Jenkins, Simon and Andrew Oliver, directors of Blitz Games; and writer and broadcaster Aleks Krotoski; this book surveys both the theory and practice of this fast-growing, yet relatively new disciplinary area. Mapping the commercial process of videogame production from pre-production to games journalism, David Surman demystifies the language of technical production processes by offering the reader a review of key production roles, along with the skills required to fulfil them. Focusing on the distribution and reception of videogames as a cultural form, as well as offering broader perspectives on issues such as the place of games in education and domestic technology, Surman examines the critical perspectives that have emerged in the academic community.

Edited by Nina B. Huntemann, Suffolk University, USA and Matthew Thomas Payne, University of Texas at Austin, USA Joystick Soldiers is the first anthology to examine the reciprocal relationship between militarism and video games. War has been an integral theme of the games industry since the invention of the first video game, Spacewar! While war video games began as entertainment, military organizations soon saw their potential as combat simulation and recruitment tools. A profitable and popular relationship was established between the video game industry and the military, and continues today with the top-selling video game franchises America’s Army, which was developed by the U.S. Army as a recruitment tool, and SOCOM: U.S. Navy Seals, created in collaboration with the Naval Special Warfare Command. This collection features all new essays that explore how modern warfare has been represented in and influenced by video games. The contributors explore the history and political economy of the “MilitaryEntertainment Complex;” present textual analyses of military-themed video games such as Splinter Cell, Call of Duty, and Halo; and offer reception studies of gamers, fandom, and political activism within online gaming. This volume is essential reading for anyone interested in the relationship between war and media, and it sheds surprising light on the connections between virtual battlefields and the international conflicts unfolding in Iraq and Afghanistan today. July 2009: 229x152: 272pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-88446-1 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99659-4: $125.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99660-0: $39.95 £65.0

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Entertainment and Society, 2nd Edition Audiences, Trends, and Impacts Shay Sayre and Cynthia King both at California State University, Fullerton The second edition of this innovative textbook introduces students to the ways that society shapes our many forms of entertainment and in turn, how entertainment shapes society. Entertainment and Society examines a broad range of types of entertainment that we enjoy in our daily lives— covering new areas like sports, video games, gambling, theme parks, travel, and shopping, as well as traditional entertainment media such as film, television, and print. The authors begin with a general overview of the study of entertainment, introducing readers to various ways of understanding leisure and play, and then go on to trace a brief history of the development of entertainment from its live forms through mediated technology. Subsequent chapters introduce discussion of audience research and media effects, and then provide focused overviews of particular areas of live and mediated entertainment. The new edition features updated examples and pedagogical features throughout including text boxes, case studies, student activities, questions for discussion, and suggestions for further reading. A companion website supports the book with additional student and instructor resources. September 2009: 7x10 eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-88293-1 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99806-2: US $140.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99807-9: US $59.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £70.0

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Psychology of Entertainment Edited by Jennings Bryant, University of Alabama, Glenwood NC, U.S.A and Peter Vorderer, University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA, U.S.A Routledge Communication Series 2006: 254x178: 480pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5238-7: $59.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £3.9

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Assessing Media Education A Resource Handbook for Educators and Administrators Edited by William G. Christ, Trinity University, USA Routledge Communication Series 2006: 229x152: 600pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5226-4: $62.95 £36.9

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International Media Communication in a Global Age Edited by Guy Golan, Seton Hall University, USA, Wayne Wanta, University of Missouri - Columbia, USA and Thomas Johnson, Texas Tech University, USA Routledge Communication Series This volume provides a comprehensive examination of key issues regarding global communication, focusing particularly on international news and strategic communication. It addresses those news factors that influence the newsworthiness of international events, providing a synthesis of both theoretical and practical studies that highlight the complicated nature of the international news selection process. It also deals with international news coverage, presenting research on the crossnational and cross-cultural nature of media coverage of global events, in the interdisciplinary context of research on political communication, war coverage, new technologies and online communication. The work concludes with a focus on global strategic communications: in the age of globalization, global economies and cross-national media ownership, chapters here provide readers with some of the most up-to-date research on international advertising, public relations and other key issues in international communications. With contributions from many of the leading scholars in the field of international media communication research, this collection presents a valuable resource for advancing knowledge and understanding of the complicated international communication phenomenon. It will be of value to upper-level undergraduates and graduate students in mass media and communication programs, and to scholars whose research focuses on global communication research. June 2009: 229x152: 328pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-88128-6 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99899-4: $130.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99900-7: $44.95 £65.0

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Information and Communication Technologies in Action

Playing Video Games

Linking Theories and Narratives of Practice

Edited by Peter Vorderer, VU University, Amsterdam and Jennings Bryant, University of Alabama, USA

Larry D. Browning, University of Texas at Austin, Alf Steinar Saetre, University of Trondheim, Norway, Keri K. Stephens, University of Texas at Austin and Jan-Oddvar Sornes Routledge Communication Series

Motives, Responses, and Consequences

Routledge Communication Series 2006: 254x178: 480pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5322-3: $64.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £39.9

This book combines 20 stories from a variety of organizations with a selection of nine theories, both mainstream and emerging. The stories introduce readers to individuals talking about how they communicate today via information and communication technologies (ICTs) in business or organizational contexts. The theories, presented in accessible language, illuminate the implicit patterns in these stories. This book demonstrates how and why these technologies are used under myriad circumstances. Table of Contents: Preface Introduction Stories as Sources of Information The Narrative Approach Concepts in the book Practical Questions - Stories/Concepts Story Summaries 1. Media Choice and ICT Use 2. The Role of Credibility and Trust in ICT Studies: Understanding the Source, Message, Media, and Audience 3. Rogers’ Diffusion of Innovations 4. A Garbage Can Model of Information Communication Technology Choice 5. Impression Management and ICTs 6. Enactment and Sensemaking in Organizations 7. Giddens’ Structuration Theory and ICTs 8. Complexity Theories and ICTs 9. ICT and Culture 10. The Frustrated Professor 11. Teaching the Good Old Boys New Tricks: Taking ICTs to the Bank 12. From Blunt Talk to Kid Gloves: The Importance of Adaptability Across Culture 13. Slowing Down in the Fast Lane 14. Serving the Customer Locally Without Moving There: How to Use ICTs to Project a Local Presence 15. Overloaded But Not Overwhelmed: Communication in Inter-Organizational Relationships 16. Depending on the Kindness of Strangers: Using Newsgroups for Just-in-Time 17. Building a Medical Community Using Remote Diagnosis: The Story of DocNet 18. Don’t Get Between Me and My Customer: How Changing Jobs Shifts ICT 19. Fighting Uncertainty With 20. Close Up... From a Distance:Using ICTs for Managing International 21. Over the Hill but on Top of the World: An Atypical Salesperson 22. The Role of ICTs in Maintaining Personal Relationships 23. One in the Hand is Worth Two on the Web: Relying on Tradition When Selling Financial Services 24. Do What You Do Well and Outsource the Rest: Even Guarded Information 25. Orchestrating Communication:The Process of Selling in the Semiconductor Market 26. Nothing Fishy Going on Here: Tracing the Quality of the Seafood Product 27. From Information to Emotion: The Changing Use of ICTs Following the 9/11 Tragedy 28. Give Me a Cellphone and I’ll Give You Trouble: Technology Usage in a Young Start-Up 29. Information Will Get You to Heaven Questions for Review or Discussion Postscript: The Source of Our Stories Index About the Authors

Communication Technology and Social Change Theory and Implications Edited by Carolyn A. Lin, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT, U.S.A and David J. Atkin, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT, U.S.A Routledge Communication Series 2006: 229x152: 348pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5614-9: $36.95 £21.9

Critical Thinking About Sex, Love, and Romance in the Mass Media Media Literacy Applications Edited by Mary-Lou Galician, Arizona State University, U.S.A and Debra L. Merskin, University of Oregon, U.S.A Routledge Communication Series 2006: 229x152: 424pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5616-3: $37.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £21.9

Communication, Cultural and Media Studies: The Key Concepts John Hartley Series: Routledge Key Guides 2002: 216x138: 288pp eBook ISBN: 978-0-203-44993-6 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-26888-2: $130.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-26889-9: $29.95

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HEALTH COMMUNICATION

Communication as Comfort Multiple Voices in Palliative Care Sandra L. Ragan, University of Oklahoma, USA, Elaine M. Wittenberg-Lyles, University of Texas, San Antonio, USA, Joy Goldsmith, Young Harris College, USA and Sandra Sanchez-Reilly, University of Texas, San Antonio Routledge Communication Series This exceptional work explores the complexities of communication at one of the most critical stages of the life experience—during advanced, serious illness and at the end of life. Challenging the predominantly biomedical model that informs much communication between seriously ill and/or dying patients and their physicians, caregivers, and families, Sandra L. Ragan, Elaine M. Wittenberg-Lyles, Joy Goldsmith, and Sandra Sanchez-Reilly pose palliative care—medical care designed to comfort rather than to cure patients— as an antidote to the experience of most Americans at the most vulnerable juncture of their lives. With an author team comprised of three health communication scholars and one physician certified in geriatrics and palliative medicine, this volume integrates the medical literature on palliative care with that of health communication researchers who advocate a biopsychosocial approach to health care. Applying communication theories and insights to illuminate problems and to explain their complexities, the authors advocate a patientcentered approach to care that recognizes and seeks to lessen patients’ suffering and the many types of pain they may experience (physical, psychological, social, and spiritual) during life-threatening illness. March 2008: 229x152: 184pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5808-2: $110.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5809-9: $34.95

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Media Messages and Public Health

Exploring Communication in Parent-Child-Society Relationships

Edited by Amy Jordan, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Dale Kunkel, University of Arizona, USA, Jennifer Manganello, University of Albany, SUNY, USA and Martin Fishbein, University of Pennsylvania, USA

A Decisions Approach to Content Analysis

Thomas J. Socha, Old Dominion University, USA and Glen Stamp, Ball State University, USA Routledge Communication Series The volume opens a new frontier in parent-child communication research as it brings together veteran researchers and newcomers to explore the communication of parents and children as they create relationships outside the family. The chapters herein examine communication processes and problems of parents and children as they interact with childcare, healthcare, education, and youth sports; investigate the unique challenges facing various types of families as they communicate outside the family and considers the role of media in family relationships outside of home. April 2009: 229x152: 288pp eBook: 0-203-93860-7 ISBN: 978-0-203-93860-7 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-96487-6: $105.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-96488-3: $36.95 £5.0

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Understanding Science New Agendas in Science Communication Edited by LeeAnn Kahlor and Patricia Stout, both at University of Texas at Austin Science communication has become increasingly popular in journalism and mass communication as the media offer more scientific and technological information to the public. The scholars featured in this volume explore the evolution of science communication, addressing key issues and offering substance for future study.

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Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication Meaning, Culture, and Power Heather Zoller, University of Cincinnati and Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue University This volume provides the theoretical, methodological, and praxis-driven issues in research on interpretive, critical, and cultural approaches to health communication. It includes an international collection of contributors, and highlights non-traditional (non-Western) perspectives on health communication. March 2008: 229x152: 496pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6195-2: $125.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6196-9: $49.95

The contents of the volume have been generated for one of the New Agendas symposium at the University of Texas College of Communication, held in February 2008, and the authors are young, leading-edge researchers offering innovative perspectives and explorations of science communication. The volume will be of interest to communication scholars and students looking at the future directions of science communication. May 2009: 229x152 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99958-8: $100.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99959-5: $34.95 £50.0

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Communicating at the End of Life Finding Magic in the Mundane Elissa Foster, San Jose CA, U.S.A Routledge’s Series on Personal Relationships 2006: 229x152: 264pp Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5567-8: $31.95 AVAILABLE AS A COMPLIMENTARY COPY £18.9

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Media Messages and Public Health addresses the full range of methodological and conceptual issues involved in content analysis research, specifically focused on public health-related messages and behaviors. Uniquely tailored to the challenges faced by content researchers interested in the study of public health topics, coverage includes: Conceptual and methodological foundations involved in the practice of content analysis research used to examine public health issues; measurement challenges posed by the broad range of media; use of content analysis across multiple media types; the potential for individual differences in audience interpretation of message content; case studies that examine public health issues in the media to illustration the decisions that are made when developing content analysis studies. The volume concludes with a set of guidelines for optimal content analysis research, and suggests ways in which the field can accommodate new technologies and new ways of using media. Developed for researchers in communication, media, and public health, this unique resource demonstrates how the variety of decisions researchers make along the way allows the exploration of traditions, assumptions and implications for each varying alternative and ultimately advances the science of content analysis research. October 2008: 229x152: 288pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6024-5: $125.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6025-2: $39.95 £65.0

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5TH EDITION

A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication Richard Jackson Harris In this fifth edition of A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication, author Richard Jackson Harris continues his examination of how our experiences with media affect the way we acquire knowledge about the world, and how this knowledge influences our attitudes and behavior. Presenting theories from psychology and communication along with reviews of the corresponding research, this text covers a wide variety of media and media issues, ranging from the commonly discussed topics--sex, violence, advertising--to lesser-studied topics, such as values, sports, and entertainment education. In this fifth and fully updated edition, this book offers: highly accessible and engaging writing; ontemporary references to all types of media familiar to students; substantial discussion of theories and research, including interpretations of original research studies; a balanced approach to covering the breadth and depth of the subjec; discussion of work from both psychology and media disciplines. April 2009: 229x152: 360pp eBook: 0-203-89271-2 ISBN: 978-0-203-89271-8 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-99311-1: $150.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-99312-8: $59.95 £75.0

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Destructive Organizational Communication

Building Theories of Organization

Strategic Conflict

The Constitutive Role of Communication

Processes, Consequences, and Constructive Ways of Organizing

Edited by Linda L. Putnam, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA and Anne Maydan Nicotera, George Mason University, USA

Daniel Canary, Arizona State University and Sandra Lakey, Pennsylvania College of Technology

Edited by Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik, University of New Mexico and Beverly Davenport Sypher, Purdue University Routledge Communication Series This volume provides an in-depth consideration of destructive communication in organizations — including workplace bullying, racism, stress, and harassment. It brings together communication scholars from theoretical and applied perspectives to assess current understandings, explore ways to integrate theory and practice, identify areas for change, and outline a research agenda for the coming decade. Each chapter examines a specific aspect of destructive organizational communication, reviews existing theory and research about that communicative form or ideology, suggests fruitful possibilities for application, and suggests key areas for further study. As such, the book opens a dialogue among communication scholars that explores destructive communication in organizations and addresses the following key components: •the central issues and concerns regarding destructive organizational communication •current scholarly contributions to both applied and theoretical understanding of these issues •approaches to integrate applied/experienced and theoretical/conceptual perspectives in ways that inform one another and improve organizational considerations for varied stakeholders •suggestions for a future research agenda for those interested in ameliorating the destructive side of organizational communication. Overall, the collection provides a basic understanding of the different types of destructive communication in organizations, the processes through which these interactions occur, the consequences to individuals and organizations, and the potential for organizing in more constructive, civil ways. This volume will be an excellent resource for scholars and researcher studying organizational communication, and graduate and advanced undergraduate students in organizational communication. It will also resonate with managers dealing with hostile workplaces, and organizational members trying to understand their current experiences. The book will serve as an excellent textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational communication. January 2009: 229x152: 480pp eBook: 0-203-92855-5 ISBN: 978-0-203-92855-4 Hb ISBN: 978-0-415-98993-0: $120.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-415-98994-7: $39.95 £6.0

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This volume explores the concept of communication as it applies to organizations. Bringing together multiple voices, it centers the discussion of communication’s role in the constitution of organization within the communication discipline. Editors Linda L. Putnam and Anne M. Nicotera have assembled an all-star cast of contributors, each providing a distinctive voice and perspective. The contents of this volume compare and contrast approaches to the notion that communication constitutes organizations. Chapters also examine ways that those processes produce patterns that endure over time and those that constitute the organization as a whole. Each chapter examines a number of issues that are central to theories about the communication-organization relationship. This collection will serve a vital role in defining the role of communication within organizations, while simultaneously bridging various disciplines. It will appeal to scholars and researchers working in organizational communication, organizational studies, management, sociology, groups, and organizational psychology and behavior. December 2008: 229x152 Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-4709-3: $95.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-4710-9: $34.95 £53.0

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Interacting and Organizing Analyses of a Management Meeting

Routledge Communication Series This text offers a research-based, accessible analysis of how people can manage conflict productively. Moving beyond the basics of conflict, it examines interpersonal situations in which conflict occurs and promotes strategic communicative responses, based on communication research. The authors base the principles for conflict management on the latest theoretical research, and add personal observations, media examples, and samples of actual interaction to provide concrete illustrations of the research findings. September 2009: 229x152 Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5063-5: $64.95 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-5064-2: $29.95 £36.0

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Mediated Interpersonal Communication Edited by Elly A. Konijn, Sonja Utz, Martin Tanis, all at VU Amsterdam, Netherlands and Susan B. Barnes, Fordham University This collection explores how existing and new personal communication technologies facilitate and change interpersonal interactions. Chapters offer in-depth examinations of mediated interpersonal communication in various contexts and applications. Contributions come from well-known scholars based around the world, reflecting the strong international interest and work in the area. June 2008: 229x152: 416pp Hb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6303-1: $125.00 Pb ISBN: 978-0-8058-6304-8: $49.95 £70.0

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Nonverbal Communication in Close Relationships

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Laura K. Guerrero and Kory Floyd, both at Arizona State University

Communication as Organizing

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Empirical and Theoretical Explorations in the Dynamic of Text and Conversation

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Arguing

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Dale Hample, University of Maryland, USA

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Exchanging Reasons Face to Face

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POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

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D/E/F

J/K/L

Advertising ...................................................................3 Advertising and Consumer Culture Reader, The ...........2 Advertising and Public Relations Law ...........................6 Advertising Handbook, The ..........................................6 Afifi, Tamara ................................................................8 Afifi, Walid...................................................................8 Alexander, Richard .....................................................17 Applied Public Relations ...............................................7 Arguing .....................................................................15 Assessing Media Education ........................................13 Atkin, David J.............................................................13 Audience Studies .......................................................11 Aula, Pekka..................................................................6 Aw, Annette ..............................................................16 Barnes, Susan B. ........................................................15 Beck, Christina S. .........................................................9 Bermejo, Fernando.......................................................3 Borrowman, Shane ....................................................17 Botan, Carl H. ..............................................................7 Bracken, Cheryl Campanella ......................................11 Brittain McKee, Kathy ..................................................7 Brown, Stuart.............................................................17 Browning, Larry D. .....................................................13 Bryant, Jennings.....................................................9, 13 Bucy, Erik ...................................................................16 Building Theories of Organization ..............................15 Burton, Graeme .........................................................17 Buzzanell, Patrice M. ....................................................8 Canary, Daniel............................................................15 Carbaugh, Donal ...................................................8, 17 Carden, Ann R. ............................................................7 Carey, James W. ...........................................................3 Christ, William G........................................................13 Cissna, Kenneth N. ......................................................8 Cobley, Paul .................................................................9 Cody, Michael ............................................................10 Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication, A ......14 Collins, Erik ..................................................................6 Communicating at the End of Life..............................14 Communication and Society (series) .............................4 Communication as Comfort .......................................14 Communication as Culture, Revised Edition ..................3 Communication as Organizing ...................................15 Communication Research Measures II ..........................9 Communication Technology and Social Change .........13 Communication Yearbook 32 ......................................9 Communication Yearbook 33 ......................................9 Communication, Cultural and Media Studies: The Key Concepts ..................................................13 Considering Pragma-Dialectics....................................17 Cooren, Francois ........................................................15 Critical Thinking About Sex, Love, and Romance in the Mass Media .................................................13 Cultures in Conversation ............................................17

Dalzell, Tom ...............................................................17 Destructive Organizational Communication ................15 Dimbleby, Richard ......................................................17 Distinctive Qualities of Communication Research..........8 Doorley, John ...............................................................5 Dreyfus, Hubert L .......................................................10 Duffy, Brooke Erin ........................................................2 Dutta, Mohan J. .........................................................14 Egenfeldt-Nielsen, Simon .............................................4 Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication .......14 Entertainment and Society .........................................12 Explaining Communication ...........................................9 Explorations in Communication and History ...............10 Fishbein, Martin .........................................................14 Fiske, John ...................................................................4 Floyd, Kory.................................................................15 Foster, Elissa ...............................................................14 Framing Discourse on the Environment ......................17 Fredrikson, Magnus......................................................5 Frey, Lawrence .............................................................8 Fuller, Linda................................................................11

Johnson, Thomas .......................................................13 Jordan, Amy...............................................................14 Joystick Soldiers .........................................................12 Kahlor, LeeAnn...........................................................14 Kaid, Lynda Lee..........................................................16 Key Readings in Media Today ......................................2 King, Cynthia .............................................................12 Knapp, Mark L. ............................................................9 Konijn, Elly A. ............................................................15 Krcmar, Marina ..........................................................10 Krippendorff, Klaus ......................................................3 Kunkel, Dale ..............................................................14 Lakey, Sandra .............................................................15 Lamb, Larry ..................................................................7 Language and the Market Society ..............................17 Law for Advertising, Broadcasting, Journalism, and Public Relations .......................................................7 L’Etang, Jacquie............................................................7 Lin, Carolyn A. ...........................................................13 Living Without the Screen ..........................................10 Lutgen-Sandvik, Pamela .............................................15

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Galician, Mary-Lou .....................................................13 Garcia, Helio Fred.........................................................5 Gatekeeping Theory ...................................................11 Global Public Relations Handbook, Expanded and Revised Edition, The ................................................5 Goggin, Peter.............................................................17 Golan, Guy ................................................................13 Goldsmith, Joy ...........................................................14 Graham, Elizabeth........................................................9 Guerrero, Laura K. .....................................................15 Hample, Dale .............................................................15 Handbook of Election News Coverage Around the World ....................................................................16 Handbook of Political Communication Research .........16 Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication ...............5 Hardy, Jonathan ...........................................................6 Harris, Richard Jackson...............................................14 Hartley, John ..............................................................13 Hartmann, Tilo ...........................................................11 Hawkin, Sarah..............................................................6 Hayes, Andrew F. .........................................................9 Hazleton, Vincent.........................................................7 Heath, Robert L........................................................5, 6 Holbert, R. Lance .......................................................16 Houtlosser, Peter ........................................................17 Huntemann, Nina B. ..................................................12 ICA Handbook Series (series) ......................................16 Ihlen, Oyvind................................................................5 Immersed in Media ....................................................11 Information and Communication Technologies in Action..13 Integrated Approach To Communication Theory and Research, An ...........................................................8 Interacting and Organizing .........................................15 International Communication: A Reader .......................3 International Journalism and Democracy ....................16 International Media Communication in a Global Age .13 Interplay of Truth and Deception, The ..........................9 Introduction to Communication Studies .......................4 Introduction to Political Communication, An ................4

MacRury, Iain ...........................................................3, 6 Manganello, Jennifer..................................................14 Mantere, Saku .............................................................6 Manusov, Valerie Lynn................................................17 Mautner, Gerlinde ......................................................17 McAllister, Matthew P...................................................2 McGlone, Matthew S. ..................................................9 McNair, Brian ...............................................................4 Media and Religion ....................................................11 Media Choice .............................................................11 Media Effects ...............................................................9 Media Globalization and the Discovery Channel Networks ...............................................................11 Media Law and Ethics ..................................................4 Media Law and Ethics Casebook ..................................4 Media Messages and Public Health ............................14 Media Practice (series) ............................................7, 12 Media Today ................................................................1 Mediated Interpersonal Communication .....................15 Merskin, Debra L........................................................13 Miller, Thomas............................................................17 Mjos, Ole ...................................................................11 Moore, Roy L. ..........................................................4, 6 More Than Words ......................................................17 Murray, Michael D........................................................4 Mwangi, Sam.............................................................16 Negrine, Ralph .............................................................3 New Agendas in Communication (series) .....................9 Nicotera, Anne Maydan .............................................15 Nonverbal Communication in Close Relationships ......15 Oliver, Mary Beth .........................................................9 On Communicating ......................................................3 On the Internet ..........................................................10

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Saetre, Alf Steinar ......................................................13 Salwen, Michael B........................................................8 Samter, Wendy.............................................................9 Sanchez-Reilly, Sandra ................................................14 Sayre, Shay ................................................................12 Seibold, David ..............................................................9 Serious Games ...........................................................10 Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies (series) ............................................10 Shoemaker, Pamela J..................................................11 Skalski, Paul ...............................................................11 Smith, Jonas Heide.......................................................4 Smith, Ronald ..............................................................6 Socha, Thomas J. .......................................................14 Social Justice and Communication Scholarship ...........16 Sornes, Jan-Oddvar ....................................................13 Sourcebook for Political Communication Research .....16 Sourcebook of Nonverbal Measures, The ...................17 Sportscasters/Sportscasting.........................................11 Sriramesh, Krishnamurthy ............................................5 Stacks, Don W..............................................................8 Stamp, Glen...............................................................14 Stanyer, James..............................................................3 Statistical Methods for Communication Science ...........9 Stephens, Keri K. .......................................................13 Stout, Daniel A. .........................................................11 Stout, Patricia.............................................................14 Strategic Conflict........................................................15 Strategic Planning for Public Relations ..........................6 Strategic Reputation Management ...............................6 Strömbäck, Jesper ......................................................16 Studies in Culture and Communication (series) .............4 Surman, David ...........................................................12 Swartz, Omar.............................................................16 Sypher, Beverly Davenport..........................................15 Takahashi, Toshie........................................................11 Tanis, Martin ..............................................................15 Taylor, James R. ..........................................................15 Theaker, Alison.............................................................7 Thinking in Action (series) ..........................................10 Thussu, Daya................................................................3 Tkalac Vercic, Ana ........................................................6 Tosca, Susana Pajares ...................................................4 Toth, Elizabeth .............................................................6 Toward a New Rhetoric of Intellectual Property ..........17 Turow, Joseph ..........................................................1, 2

Wanta, Wayne ...........................................................13 Waymer, Damion .........................................................6 Whaley, Bryan B. ..........................................................9 Willnat, Lars ...............................................................16 Wittenberg-Lyles, Elaine M.........................................14 Zappala, Joseph ...........................................................7 Zelizer, Barbie.............................................................10 Zoller, Heather............................................................14

U/V Uncertainty and Information Regulation .......................8 Understanding Science ...............................................14 Understanding Video Games ........................................4 Utz, Sonja ..................................................................15 Van Every, Elizabeth J. ................................................15 van Rees, Agnes.........................................................17 van Ruler, Betteke ....................................................5, 6 Vercic, Dejan ............................................................5, 6 Videogames Handbook, The ......................................12 Vorderer, Peter .....................................................10, 13 Vos, Timothy ..............................................................11

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