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  1. Free to View Inside Media Law

    Free to View Inside Media Law

    This Spring, Routledge Law are pleased to bring you Free to View Inside Media Law; providing free access to carefully selected chapters from our wide range of research, textbooks and online Journal articles.

  2. Alfred Hitchcock Major Work

    New Release: Alfred Hitchcock (4-Volume Major Work)

    New from Routledge in the Critical Evaluations of Leading Film-makers series, this is a four-volume collection of the best and most influential critical evaluations of Alfred Hitchcock. Compiled by Neil Badmington, Alfred Hitchcock is an essential reference work - available now to recommend to your librarian. Read on to find out why this collection is destined to be valued as a vital research resource.

  3. Media & Cultural Studies Catalog 2014

    Media & Cultural Studies: New and Key Titles 2014 catalog - Now Available Online

    We are delighted to showcase new and key titles in media and cultural studies, from Routledge and Focal Press, in our latest online catalog. You can now browse through the catalog at http://www.routledge.com/u/mediacatalog/

  4. Science Fiction TV

    Visit Routledge at SCMS 2014

    Are you attending the Society of Cinema and Media Studies Conference in Seattle? We hope to see you there!

  5. Writing for the Web Book Cover

    Featured Author - J.D. Applen

    Read our first hand interview with J.D. Applen; author of Writing for the Web.

    This interview delves into a discussion of composition, coding, and construction of Web sites and asks J.D. Applen about some of the content from his new book.

  6. Moving Images

    Psychoanalytic Reflections on Film: Moving Images offers its readers in an accessible language one such viewpoint, informed by Andrea Sabbadini's psychoanalytic insights and therapeutic experience. Using a psychoanalytic interpretative approach, some twenty-five important feature films are discussed as the artistic vehicles of new, unsuspected meanings.

  7. Choice Reviews of Routledge Media & Communication Titles - February 2014

    CHOICE Reviews of Routledge Media & Communication Titles - February 2014

    We're pleased to share these extracts from reviews of A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication, 6e (Harris/Sanborn) and The Book Publishing Industry, 3e (Greco/Milliot/Wharton) which appeared in the February issue of CHOICE magazine - a publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries. 

  8. Inside Magazine Publishing Cover

    Featured Authors - David Stam & Andrew Scott

    An interview with co-editors David Stam and Andrew Scott, celebrating the launch of Inside Magazine Publishing.

    We caught up with David and Andrew to delve inside the magazine publishing industry and to find out a few facts about them…

  9. Global Film Book

    Guest Blog - Routledge author Roy Stafford

    'The film world is changing and the most exciting films are oftentimes being made outside the English-speaking world...'

    Roy Stafford, author of The Global Film Book, considers film studies from a global perspective. Read his guest blog here today!

  10. Feeling Film

    Greg Singh questions the popular idea of what cinema is, and considers what happens during the anticipation and act of watching a movie, through to the act of sharing our feelings about them, the reviewing process and repeat-viewing practices. Feeling Film does this through a critique of purely textual approaches, instead offering a model which emphasises lived, warm (embodied and inhabited) psychological relationships between the viewer and the viewed.

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