International Communications

Series Editor(s): Philip M. Taylor

A multi-disciplinary stury of International Communications

Books in this series cover a field of research that deals with the processes and impact of the transfer of information, news, data and cultural products as well as other forms of trans-border communication between nation-states within the wider context of globalization. It is not only a field of study in its own right but also directly connected to international history, international politics, international affairs and international political economy. Books in the series are rooted in historical method, even when tackling more contemporary events, and the range of books reflects the coverage of courses and teaching in international communications.

We’re not currently seeking proposals for this series, but please feel free to get in touch with the Scottish Studies Commissioning Editor John Watson or the Politics Commissioning Editor Jen Daly to find out about other opportunities in your field.

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7 Item(s)

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