Our academics have recently been involved in several publications relating to communications and the media:

Mabweazara, H. M. (2021) Towards reimagining the ‘digital divide’: impediments and circumnavigation practices in the appropriation of the mobile phone by African journalists. Information, Communication and Society, 24(3), pp. 344-364. (doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2020.1834602)

Happer, C. and Philo, G. (2013) The role of the media in the construction of public belief and social change. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 1(1), pp. 321-336. (doi: 10.5964/jspp.v1i1.96)

Mabweazara, H.M. and Mare, A. (2021) Participatory Journalism in Africa: Digital News Engagement and User Agency in the South. Series: Disruptions. Routledge. ISBN 9780367197292

Happer, C. and Hoskins, A. (2021) Hacking the Archive: Media, memory, and history in the post-trust era. In: Moss, M. and Thomas, D. (eds.) Post Truth in the Archives. Oxford University Press. (Accepted for Publication)

Happer, C. , Schlesinger, P. , Langer, A. I. , Mabweazara, H. and Hinde, D. (2022) Scotland’s Sustainable Media Future: Challenges and Opportunities: a Stakeholder Analysis. Project Report. Glasgow University Media Group and Centre for Cultural Policy Research.

Mabweazara, H. , Moyo, D. and Mare, A. (2019) Special Issue: 'Fake News' and Cyber-Propaganda in Africa [Guest Editor]. African Journalism Studies, 40(4),

Happer, C. and Wellesley, L. (2019) Meat consumption, behaviour and the media environment: a focus group analysis across four countries. Food Security, 11(1), pp. 123-139. (doi: 10.1007/s12571-018-0877-1)

Happer, C. (2019) Financialisation, media and social change. In: Bayliss, K., Fine, B. and Robertson, M. (eds.) Material Cultures of Financialisation. Routledge, pp. 83-95. ISBN 9781138549777

Hinde, D. (2022) "Have car, can travel": journalistic practice, oil entanglements and climate reportage in Aberdeen, Scotland. GeoHumanities, 8(1), pp. 277-286. (doi: 10.1080/2373566X.2021.1942128)