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The World According to Dave Trott: An Interview
Towards a critical theory of communication as renewal and update of Marxist humanism in the age of digital capitalism
Brands may support Black Lives Matter, but advertising still needs to decolonise
Erich Fromm and the Critical Theory of Communication
The BBC and the Blob. The very local and the very global.
Creating a hyperlocal infrastructure of care: COVID-19 Mutual Aid Groups
#DefundtheBBC: the anatomy of a social media campaign
Not the way to use our money
Interrogating Democracy in the Digital Gaze
Communication and Capitalism: A Critical Theory
Why do we happily give our data to shops but not the state?
History and Class Consciousness 2.0: Georg Lukács in the age of digital capitalism and big data
Coronavirus: is working from home really better for the environment?
Everyday Life and Everyday Communication in Coronavirus Capitalism (Podcast and Essay)
Viral Media – New issue of WPCC
In times like these, what is the future of the BBC?
How to spot bogus science stories and read the news like a scientist
Crisis mapping: Regionalise, prepare and research
The Ethics of the Digital Commons
Reproduced, Reinterpreted, Lost: Trajectories of scientific knowledge across contexts
Special Issue: Communicative Socialism/Digital Socialism
How ‘WhatsApp group admin’ became one of the most powerful jobs in politics
Theory, Reality, and Possibilities for a Digital/Communicative Socialist Society
How advertising through the ages has shaped Christmas
We need a full public service internet – state-owned infrastructure is just the start
Personal branding: ‘Encoding a personal brand through semiotics: a case study.’
Journalists must not allow themselves to be used by unscrupulous politicians
The Masters Tools Will Never Dismantle the Masters House: New approaches to ethical issues in data
What Will the Internet Look Like in 2030?
Captain Chainsaw is burning the Amazon, and the rest of the world is cheering him on.
‘White privilege’ and shortcuts to anti-racism
BBC School Broadcasting Vs Margaret Thatcher
What is Critical Digital Social Research? Five Reflections on the Study of Digital Society
Boris Johnson Takes His Brexit Demagoguery to the Social Media Sphere
Amazon fires: eight ways you can help stop the rainforest burning
The Telegraph’s Brexit poll is bogus, but broadcasters seem not to have noticed
Henry A. Giroux and the Culture of Neoliberal Fascism
Cartography: The Ideal and its History
Live democracy and its tensions: making sense of livestreaming in the 15M and Occupy
When a natural disaster strikes, it’s too late to start making maps
How does today’s world compare with Orwell’s nightmare vision?
Tech companies collect our data every day, but even the biggest datasets can’t solve social issues
New Book: International Media Development: Historical Perspectives and New Frontiers
Transparency, knowledge and the commons in social movements
New Book: Internet Memes and Society
New Book: Children and Screen Media in Changing Arab Contexts
New Book: The Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture
New Book: Understanding Media Production
From Windrush to Begum: is nothing incontrovertible for BAME Brits?
Do big data and data mining influence our identities? Interview with Jacob Johanssen
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