Nick Couldry is Professor of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London and author (with Angela Phillips and Des Freedman) of ‘An Ethical Deficit? Accountability, Norms, and the Material Conditions of Contemporary Journalism’ in N. Fenton (ed) New Media Old News (Sage 2009).
Occupy: rediscovering the general will in hard times
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OurKingdom forum: The fall of Murdoch - What next?
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Can Labour find a voice?
The UK Labour party, on the brink of electing a new leader, needs a complete reassessment of its values and purpose....
Voice lite: POWER2010 fails to address the real democratic deficit
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The Missing Value in British Politics
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