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Articles in the General Interest category

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Recent General Interest Articles

  1. 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

  2. An Interview with Se├ín Street, author of ‘The Poetry of Radio: The Colour of Sound’

    To tie-in with the paperback release of his popular book, The Poetry of Radio: The Colour of Sound, author Seán Street discusses the vision behind it and why 'anyone interested in the poetry of the everyday human voice' will find this to be an enjoyable read...

  3. The Politics of Reality Television reviewed in CHOICE, September 2011

    "Exemplifying the vibrant scholarship on reality television, this collection tests the field's first generation of theory and initiates cross-cultural analysis of this globaly pervasive television genre. Summing Up: Recommended."
    --CHOICE, September 2011 (R. W. Morrow, Morgan State University)

  4. eFocus on Race and Ethnicity - eBook Collection for Libraries

    Race and ethnicity have been at the forefront of both academic debate and social issues for many decades. This exciting new resource offers access to important and wide ranging contributions to the study of race, taking in cultural, social, political, legal and economic aspects of the subject.

  5. Featured Title - Gentrification Reader

    ‘The editors have performed a valuable service in bringing together key texts on what is probably the most critical phenomenon in cities around the world today. If you teach upper-level urban geography or urban studies, this is the reader for which you’ve been waiting! By making these sometimes fugitive texts available under one cover, the editors have saved us a lot of time and increased the likelihood that students will actually read the material!’ Briavel Holcomb, Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University, USA

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