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[ecrea] IJoC - Call for Book Reviews

Fri Jan 26 08:19:11 GMT 2018

The International Journal of Communication has the following book titles
available for review for publication consideration in IJoC. If interested in
reviewing one of these books, please provide the following details in this

1) Your full name, title (e.g., professor, associate professor, etc.) and

2) Mailing address (home address preferred) in the United States. (Sorry,
books are available only to those with U.S. mailing addresses only due to
the prohibitively high cost of international mailing.)

3) Author name and title of the book you're interested in reviewing.

This is on a first-come, first-served basis and we apologize in advance if
the book you’ve requested is not available at the time you respond.
NOTE: In our last call-for-book reviews in October 2017, all books were
claimed within three hours which required our closing the call early.

We look forward to hearing from you ..

Arlene Luck
IJoC Managing Editor
USC Annenberg Press
University of Southern California
(aluck /at/


Tayer, Marc
Televisionaries: Inside the Chaos and Innovation of the Digital Revolution

Thomas, Pradip Ninan (Ed.)
Beyond the Impasse: Exploring new thinking in communication for social

Thussu, Daya. K., de Burge, Hugo, and Shi Anbin (Eds)
China's Media Go Global

Todd, Emmanuel
Who is Charlie? Xenophobia and the New Middle Class

Tompkins, Phillip K.
Managing Risk and Complexity

Tufte, Thomas
Communication and Social Change: A Citizen Perspective

Udupa, Sahana
Making News in Global India: Media, Publics, Politics

Vaillant, Derek W.
Across The Waves: How the United States and France Shaped the International
Age of Radio

Van Es, Karin
The Future of Live

Vogan, Travis
ESPN: The Making of a Sports Media Empire

Von Der Lippe, Berit & Ottosen, Rune (Eds.)
Gendering War and Peace Reporting: Some Inisghts—Some Missing Links

Wang, Haiyan
The Transformation of Investigative Journalism in China

Washington, Myra S.
Blasian Invasion: Racial mixing in the celebrity industrial complex

Waskul, Dennis D. & Vannini, Phillip (Eds.)
Popular Culture as Everyday Life

Welsh, Timothy J.
Mixed Realism: Videogames and the Violence of Fiction

Williamson, Milly
Celebrity: Capitalism and the Making of Fame

Wilson, Julie and Yochim, Emily
Mothering through Precarity Women's Work and Digital Media

Wu, Hui
Guiguzi, China's First Treatise on Rhetoric

Xu, Jian
Media Events in Web 2.0 China

Yesil, Bilge
Media in New Turkey: The Origins of an Authoritarian Neoliberial State

Yilmaz, Ferruh
How the Workers Became Muslims: Immigration, Culture and Hegemonic
Transformation in Europe

Yoon, Tae-Jin and Jin, Dal Yong
The Korean Wave
Youmans, William Lafi
An Unlikely Audience: Al Jazeera's Struggle in America

Yueh, Hsin-I Sydney
Identity Politics and Popular Culture in Taiwan: A Saijiao

Zayani, Mohamed
Networked Publics and Digital Contention

Zhang, Weiyu
The Internet And New Social Formation in China

Ziegler, Daniel, Gerster, Marco and Kramer, Steffen  (Eds.)
Framing Excessive Violence: Discourse and Dynamics

Zimmer, Catherine
Surveillance Cinema

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