Fall 2008

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1.  Holly Ann Custard:
The Internet and Global Civil Society: Communication & Representation within Transnational Advocacy Networks pp. 1 – 11 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

2. Nassanga Goretti Linda:
Reshaping the Agenda for Media Training and Research pp. 12 – 20 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

Book Reviews

1. Daniel Keyes:
Winning the War of Words: Selling the War on Terror from Afganistan to Iraq pp. 30 – 31 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

2. Helen T. Bailie:
The Creation of Lancastrian Kingship: Literature, Language and Politics in Late Medieval England pp. 32 – 33 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

3. Matthew A. Killmeier:
Recognition and power: Axel Honneth and the tradition of critical social theory pp. 34 – 36 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

4. Andy Ruddock:
Empowerment Through Media Education: An Intercultural Dialogue pp. 37 – 38 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

5. Tanja E. Bosch:
From Public Service Broadcasting to Public Service Media pp. 39 – 40 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

6. Sujatha Sosale:
Signal and Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria pp. 41 – 42 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

7. Julio Juárez-Gámiz:
From Public Service Broadcasting to Public Service Media pp. 43 – 45 PDF_icon
GMJ:Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

8. Roxanne D. Markotte:
Media, Culture and Society in Iran: Living with Globalization and the Islamic State pp. 46 - 48 PDF_icon
GMJ:Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

Graduate Research

1.  Ammina Kothari:
When Rape Victims become Symbolic Representations of War: A Textual Analysis of The NY Times reporting on the use of ‘Rape as Weapon of War’ in Darfur pp. 21 – 29 PDF_icon
GMJ: Mediterranean Edition 3(2) Fall 2008

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