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  • Democratic Deficitby Pippa Norris

    Cambridge University Press 2011; US$ 29.00

    Examines the reasons behind the democratic deficit and analyzes the consequences for active citizenship, for governance and, ultimately, for democratization. more...

  • Angry Buzz, Theby Patricia Holland

    I.B.Tauris 2006; US$ 54.00

    Current affairs television in the UK, in more than half a century of programmes, has set out to tell us something we didn't know, treating its audience as citizens with the right to demand that 'something must be done'. Over their 36 year history, This Week and its replacement TVEye helped to mark out that democratic project. This is the story of This... more...

  • Omaha Bluesby Joseph Lelyveld

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2006; US$ 17.99

    The profoundly moving family history of one of America's greatest newspapermen. As his father lies dying, Joseph Lelyveld finds himself in the basement of the Cleveland synagogue where Arthur Lelyveld was the celebrated rabbi. Nicknamed "the memory boy" by his parents, the fifty-nine-year-old son begins to revisit the portion of his father's life... more...

  • Media and Participationby Nico Carpentier

    Intellect 2011; US$ 20.00

    Participation has become fashionable again, but at the same time it has always played a crucial role in our contemporary societies, and it has been omnipresent in a surprisingly large number of societal fields. In the case of the media sphere, the present-day media conjuncture is now considered to be the most participatory ever, but media participation... more...

  • Web 2.0by Sam Han

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 21.95

    Examining the arrival of Web 2.0 in accessible language as a multidimensional socio-technological process, this book provides and introduction to everything you ever wanted to know about Web 2.0 and the surrounding social impacts arising from our regular use of the Internet. more...

  • Marianna Martinesby Irving Godt; John A. Rice

    Boydell & Brewer 2010; US$ 75.00

    This first volume fully devoted to the life and work of musician Marianna Martines (1744-1813) is based largely on eighteenth-century printed sources, archival documents, and letters (including several by Martines herself, most of them published here for the first time). Godt here presents a detailed picture of the small but fascinating world Martines... more...

  • Never the Hope Itselfby Gerry Hadden

    HarperCollins 2011; US$ 12.99

    A former NPR correspondent takes you into his own ghost-filled life as he reports on a region in turmoil. Gerry Hadden was training to become a Buddhist monk when opportunity came knocking: the offer of a dream job as NPR?s correspondent for Latin America. Arriving in Mexico in 2000 during the nation?s first democratic transition of power, he witnesses... more...

  • Griffith REVIEW 32by Julianne Schultz

    The Text Publishing Company 2011; US$ 19.95

    We live in an age of Wicked Problems, Exquisite Dilemmas. From the scale and scope of natural disasters to managing climate change, asylum seeking or river systems, new paradigms of transparency and power demand a new style of leadership, collaborative action and non-linear solutions. more...

  • The Man Who Changed the Way We Eatby Thomas McNamee

    Free Press 2012; US$ 16.00

    In the 1950s, America was a land of overdone roast beef and canned green beans?a gastronomic wasteland. Most restaurants relied on frozen, second-rate ingredients and served bogus ?Continental? cuisine. Authentic French, Italian, and Chinese foods were virtually unknown. There was no such thing as food criticism at the time, and no such thing as a... more...

  • Mike Wallaceby Peter Rader

    St. Martin's Press 2012; US$ 35.99

    The untold story of how the world's most feared TV reporter transformed his inner darkness into a journalistic juggernaut that riveted millions and redefined the landscape of television news   In his four decades as the front man for 60 Minutes, the most successful show in television history, Mike Wallace earned the distinction of being hyperaggressive,... more...