In addition to the journal articles linked to specific exercises throughout this website, readers of the book have access to the full text of the following articles from SAGE Journals Online, which are organised by relevance to chapters in the book.
Clough, P.T. (2008) 'The affective turn: Political economy, biomedia and bodies', Theory, Culture and Society, 25: 1-22.
Hayles, N.K. (2006) 'Unfinished work: From cyborg to cognisphere', Theory, Culture and Society, 23: 159-166.
Couldry, N. (2009) 'Does “the Media” have a future?', European Journal of Communication, 24: 437-449.
van Dijck, J. (2010) 'Search engines and the production of academic knowledge', International Journal of Cultural Studies, 13: 574 -592.
Millington, B. (2009) 'Wii has never been modern: “Active” video games and the “conduct of conduct”', New Media and Society, 11: 621-640.
Bermejo, F. (2009) 'Audience manufacture in historical perspective: from broadcasting to Google', New Media and Society, 11: 133-154.
Carpentier, N. (2009) 'Participation is not enough the conditions of possibility of mediated participatory practices', European Journal of Communication, 24: 407-420.
Livingstone, S. (2008) 'Taking risky opportunities in youthful content creation: Teenagers’ use of social networking sites for intimacy, privacy and self-expression', New Media and Society, 10: 393-411.
Napoli, P. (2010) 'Revisiting “mass communication” and the “work” of the audience in the new media environment', Media, Culture and Society, 32: 505-516.
Bagnoli, A. (2009) 'Beyond the standard interview: the use of graphic elicitation and arts-based methods', Qualitative Research, 9: 547-570.
Darbyshire, P., C. MacDougall, and W. Schiller (2005) 'Multiple methods in qualitative research with children: More insight or just more?', Qualitative Research, 5: 417-436.
Keats, P.A. (2009) 'Multiple text analysis in narrative research: visual, written, and spoken stories of experience', Qualitative Research, 9: 181-195.
Mannay, D. (2010) 'Making the familiar strange: can visual research methods render the familiar setting more perceptible?', Qualitative Research, 10: 91-111.
Murray, L. (2009) 'Looking at and looking back: visualization in mobile research', Qualitative Research, 9: 469-488.
Mason, J. (2006) 'Mixing methods in a qualitatively driven way', Qualitative Research, 6: 9-25.
Hadlaw, J. (2011) 'Saving time and annihilating space: discourses of speed in AT&T advertising, 1909-1929', Space and Culture, 14: 85-113.
Higonnet, A. (2009) 'Pretty babies', Index on Censorship, 38: 104 -116.
Larsen, J. (2005) 'Families seen sightseeing: performativity of tourist photography', Space and Culture, 8: 416-434.