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Course Reading List

  • Abercrombie, Nicholas and Longhurst, Brian. (1998) Audiences: A Sociological Theory of Performance and Imagination, Sage: 208pp. ISBN: 9780803989627
  • Bird, Elizabeth. (2003) The Audience in Everyday Life, London and New York: Routledge: 211pp. ISBN 0-415-94258-6
  • Bruhn Jensen, Klaus. (2012) A Handbook of Media and Communication Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies (second edition), London, Routledge: pp431. 0415609666
  • Dahlgren, Peter. (2013) The Political Web: Media, Participation and Alternative Democracy, London: Palgrave: 195pp. ISBN 978-1-137-32637-9
  • Gauntlett, David, and Hill, Annette. (1999) TV Living, London: Routledge: 315pp. ISBN 0-415-18486-X
  • Hill, Annette (2015) Reality TV: Key Ideas, London: Routledge: 183pp. ISBN 978-0-415-69176-5
  • Napoli, Phillip. (2010) Audience Evolution, Columbia University Press: 272pp. ISBN: 9780231150354
  • Nightingale, Virgina, ed. (2011) The Handbook of Media Audiences, London: Blackwells: 562pp. 111872139X
  • Sandvoss, Cornell. (2005) Fans, Cambridge: Polity Press: 198pp. 9780745629735
  • Staiger, Janet. (2005) Media Reception Studies, New York: NYU Press: 262pp. 0814781357

    Also includes selected journal articles provided by course leader

    Students should read approximately 2000 pages of the above selected books and journal articles – details of chapters and articles for selection given by the course leader.

    E book links

  • Dahlgren, Peter. (2013) The Political Web: Media, Participation and Alternative Democracy, London: Palgrave: 195pp.
  • Gauntlett, David, and Hill, Annette. (1999) TV Living, London: Routledge: 315pp.
  • Hill, Annette (2015) Reality TV: Key Ideas, London: Routledge: 183pp.
  • Nightingale, Virgina, ed. (2011) The Handbook of Media Audiences, London: Blackwells: 562pp