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2010Comparative media analysis: why some fuzzy thinking might help. Applying fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis to the personalization of mediated political communicationDowney, John; Stanyer, James
2016Culture, boundary, and identity: a comparison of practices between two online punk communities in ChinaXiao, Jian; Stanyer, James
2008Elected representatives, online self-presentation and the personal vote: party, personality and webstyles in the United States and United KingdomStanyer, James
2013Exposing politicians' peccadilloes in comparative context: explaining the frequency of political sex scandals in eight democracies using fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysisDowney, John; Stanyer, James
2015General Election 2015: the media campaign [report 2 covering 30th March - 15th April]Deacon, David; Downey, John; Stanyer, James; Wring, Dominic
2015General Election 2015: the media campaign [report 3 covering 30th March- 22nd April]Deacon, David; Downey, John; Stanyer, James; Wring, Dominic
2015General Election 2015: the media campaign [report 4 covering 30th March- 29th April]Deacon, David; Downey, John; Stanyer, James; Wring, Dominic
2015General Election 2015: the media campaign [report 5 covering 30th March- 7th May]Deacon, David; Downey, John; Stanyer, James; Wring, Dominic
2016Hard Evidence: Analysis shows extent of press bias towards BrexitDeacon, David; Wring, Dominic; Harmer, Emily; Downey, John; Stanyer, James
2014Hunting corrupt officials online: the human flesh search engine and the search for justice in ChinaGao, Li; Stanyer, James
2019Journalistic culture, editorial mission, and news logic: Explaining the factors behind the use of populism in European mediaMaurer, Peter; Hube, Nicolas; Stetka, Vaclav; Cremonesi, Cristina; Seddone, Antonella; Bergan, Signe R.; Stanyer, James; Tomov, Marian; Weiss, Naama; Engesser, Sven; Esser, Frank
2015'Mediatization and' or 'Mediatization of'? A response to Hepp et al.Deacon, David; Stanyer, James
2014Mediatization: key concept or conceptual bandwagon?Deacon, David; Stanyer, James
2017Political communication in a high-choice media environment: a challenge for democracy?Van Aelst, Peter; Stromback, Jesper; Aalberg, Toril; Esser, Frank; de Vreese, Claes; Matthes, Jorg; Hopmann, David; Salgado, Susana; Hube, Nicolas; Stepinska, Agnieszka; Papathanassopoulos, Stylianos; Berganza, Rosa; Legnante, Guido; Reinemann, Carsten; Sheafer, Tamir; Stanyer, James
2011Reader opinion in the digital age: tabloid and broadsheet newspaper websites and the exercise of political voiceRichardson, John E.; Stanyer, James
2014Rural areas in the UK impartiality review: a content analysis for the BBC TrustStanyer, James; Deacon, David; Downey, John; Wring, Dominic
2016Taking time seriously? Theorizing and researching change in communication and media studiesMihelj, Sabina; Stanyer, James
2018Theorizing media, communication and social change: Towards a processual approachMihelj, Sabina; Stanyer, James
2016Thinking change in communication: from modernization to mediatizationMihelj, Sabina; Stanyer, James
2017Two parts policy, one part process: News media coverage of the 2017 electionDeacon, David; Downey, John; Smith, David [Social Sciences]; Stanyer, James; Wring, Dominic
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