New Books in Communications

Interviews with Scholars of Media and Communications about their New Books

https://newbooksnetwork.com/category/politics-society/communications/

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episode 117: Germaine R. Halegoua, "The Digital City: Media and the Social Production of Place" (NYU Press, 2019)


Halegoua rethinks everyday interactions that humans have with digital infrastructures, navigation technologies, and social media as we move through the world...


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episode 49: Kimberly Meltzer, “From News to Talk: The Expansion of Opinion and Commentary in U.S. Journalism” (SUNY Press, 2019)


From talking heads on cable news to hot takes online, there seems to be more opinion than ever in journalism these days...


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episode 65: Kate Lockwood Harris, "Beyond the Rapist: Title IX and Sexual Violence on US Campuses" (Oxford UP, 2019)


"Beyond the Rapists" asks how and to what end scholars of communication and the public at large might look “beyond the rapist”--beyond the individuals who perpetuate violence and toward the organizations through whom violence is authorized and distributed


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episode 62: Sean Jacobs, "Media in Postapartheid South Africa: Postcolonial Politics in the Age of Globalization" (Indiana UP, 2019)


Jacobs makes a potent argument about the role of the media, in its many new and old forms, as an arbiter of belonging and citizenship in our information-saturated age...


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episode 44: Russell A. Newman, "The Paradoxes of Network Neutralities" (MIT Press, 2019)


Newman sets out to provide an explication of the debates surrounding network neutrality...


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episode 65: Allison Ochs, "Would I Have Sexted Back in the 80s?" (Amsterdam UP, 2019)


Ochs combines experiences from her childhood with her research and expertise on teens and teen culture to write about experiences of teens and parents in navigating smartphones and increasing access to digital spaces...


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episode 103: K. Linder et al., "Going Alt-Ac: A Guide to Alternative Academic Careers" (Stylus Publishing, 2020)


If you’re a grad student facing the ugly reality of finding a tenure-track job, you could easily be forgiven for thinking about a career change...


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episode 95: Eleanor Gordon-Smith, "Stop Being Reasonable: How We Really Change Our Minds" (PublicAffairs, 2019)


With today's furious political and cultural divisions, it's easy to shake our heads in exasperation at those who disagree with us...


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episode 685: Keri Holt, "Reading These United States: Federal Literacy in the Early Republic, 1776-1830" (U Georgia Press, 2019)


Holt explores how Americans read, saw, and understood the federal structure of the country in its early years...


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