The 2015 Media & Culture Collection is now available
New ebooks are now uploaded every week; click here to view a full list of the titles recently added to the 2015 collection.
The Culture and Media list has grown enormously over the past couple of years and is committed to publishing the highest quality, cutting-edge research coming out of this exciting and fast-moving area. Key strengths of the programme include film and television studies, new media, memory studies, anthropology, popular culture, political communication, journalism, media policy, gender studies and youth culture. It is home to the ground-breaking Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies series launched in 2010, the seminal Language, Discourse, Society series now in its fourth decade, as well as the landmark Contemporary Anthropology of Religion series, now edited by Don Seeman and Tulasi Srinivas.
View a full list of the ebook titles included in the Palgrave Connect Media & Culture collections.
1. Opinion Polls and the Media Edited by Christina Holtz-Bacha and Jesper Strömbäck
2. Women on Screen Edited by Melanie Waters
3. Controversial Images Edited by Feona Attwood, Vincent Campbell, I.Q. Hunter and Sharon Lockyer
4. Performing Masculinity Edited by Rainer Emig and Antony Rowland
5. New Femininities Edited by Rosalind Gill and Christina Scharff
6. Realism and the Audiovisual Media Edited by Lúcia Nagib and Cecília Mello
7. Alcohol Advertising and Young People's Drinking Barrie Gunter, Anders Hansen and Maria Touri
8. Social Media and Strategic Communications Edited by Hana S. Noor Al-Deen and John Allen Hendricks
9. Curating Difficult Knowledge Edited by Erica Lehrer, Cynthia E. Milton and Monica Eileen Patterson
10. Memory and the Future Edited by Yifat Gutman, Adam D. Brown and Amy Sodaro
The 2015 Media & Culture Collection from Palgrave Connect will offer access to over 185 Palgrave Macmillan ebooks in media and culture when complete. With new content added every week the 2015 Collection offers lecturers, researchers and students instant access to the most authoritative and up-to-date scholarship.
Prior to 2010 media and culture titles were included in the Social & Cultural Studies collections.