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Recent Articles

  1. Just Published: Warring with Words

    "The dynamics of communication and persuasion are overwhelmingly carried by what is said, how arguments are framed, and how factual information is 'spun.' In this timely volume the authors, all leading experts in their respective fields, examine this all important topic of human interaction. A must read for all those with an interest in the processes of social influence and in the secrets of effectively 'saying things with words." - Arie W. Kruglanski, Ph.D., University of Maryland

  2. Elisia L. Cohen

    Elisia Cohen, editor of this year’s Communication Yearbook, tells us more ...

    Elisia L. Cohen, who has done a fantastic job of editing the 38th edition of the evergreen Communication Yearbook, gives us the inside story on this year's edition and why the book remains as relevant as ever. Read her insightful interview here.

  3. Three New eBook Collections for Theatre, Media and Creative Arts from Routledge and Focal Press

    Three eBook collections are now available from Routledge and Focal Press, covering Theatre and Performing Arts, Media & Communication Studies and Creative and Media Arts

    These collections provide the best research and advice to readers wanting to know more about performing arts, develop their practical skills in a range of creative media, or researching the latest developments in the media and communication field. 

    Further information on these eCollections can be found on www.tandfebooks.com.

  4. Routledge Research Celebrates Earth Day

    To celebrate Earth Day this year, check out some of our Routledge Research titles on environmental communication and media.

  5. Media Messages and Public Health

    Spotlight on Health Communication

    This month, to tie in with the 2014 ICA conference theme of communication and 'the good life', we are placing a focus on health and wellbeing in the digital age. For a limited time we've released several chapters relating to this concept for you to browse for FREE. Read on for details. 

  6. Patricia Swann

    Featured Author - Patricia Swann

    An interview with author Patricia Swann, exploring the latest edition of her book Cases in Public Relations Management: The Rise of Social Media and Activism.

    We caught up with Patricia to discuss how her latest edition explores twenty-seven new case studies and to find out a few fun facts.

  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. Rick Perloff The Dynamics of Political Communication

    Featured Author - Richard Perloff


    An interview with author Richard M. Perloff, celebrating the launch of his latest book The Dynamics of Political Communication.

    We caught up with Richard to discuss his growing repertoire of books and to find out a few dynamic facts about him…

  9. Digital Innovations for Mass Communications - Book

    Do you need to revise your user engagement?


    Paul Martin Lester, Professor of Communications at California State, USA, explains the importance of innovative storytelling within media to help engage users.

    Sample Digital Innovations for Mass Communications and view inside this step-by-step guide.

  10. Mike Gandon

    Author Interview - English for International Journalists

    Are you worried your English is not quite good enough to work in an English-speaking professional news organization? Or perhaps you are an international student studying journalism in English?

    If so, read more about our new title which can guide you through common English language pitfalls within journalism.

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