Some On-Line Papers;
Some Broadcasts Available On-Line;
Citation Index (Word format).
Dictionary of Media and Communication. Daniel Chandler and Rod Munday. Published by
Oxford University Press in
February 2011 and now in its 4th impression. ISBN 978-0-19-956875-8
"Chandler and Munday have produced a wonderful volume that is much more than a simple dictionary.
The book concisely summarizes over 2,000 terms and concepts from multiple subfields of media and
communication and related disciplines. It also provides extensive cross-references, which encourage
readers to understand relationships among concepts and to make connections across different discourses.
As result, the volume offers a fine introduction to the field to students and other newcomers while
also enabling specialists in each subfield of communication to better understand and communicate with each other." -
Joshua Meyrowitz, author of No Sense of Place: The Impact of Electronic Media on Social Behavior
(Oxford University Press)
The Act of Writing: A Media Theory Approach. Aberystwyth: University of Wales
(April 1995, 273 pages, with bibliographies and indexes). [ISBN: 0-903878-44-5]
||Semiótica para Principiantes -
translated by Vanessa Hogan Vega and Iván Rodrigo Mendizábal
in the series Pluriminor published by
Ediciones Abya-Yala, Av. 12 de Octubre 14-30 y Wilson, Casilla 17-12-719,
Quito, Ecuador in association with Escuela de Comunicación Social de la
Universidad Politéchnica Salesiana
(1998, 146 pp, with bibliography, ISBN 9978-04-429-9).
Semiotics: The Basics (1st edition, 2002 - though actually December 2001). London: Routledge
'This is the best introduction to semiotics I have read. The author combines a
scholarly command of the subject with the ability to organise and present it in
an enticing and informative way. The result is a textbook which is
comprehensive, but also accessible and interesting: an invaluable resource, not
only for beginners, but for more advanced students too.'
School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, University of Reading
Semiotics: The Basics (2nd edition, 2007). London: Routledge
Semiotics for Beginners (Korean translation of 1st edition by Inkyu Kang, published by
Somyong Publishing Co. in 2006).
[ISBN: 89-5626-229-2 03800]
A Korean translation of the second edition is now under way.
Semiotics: The Basics (Arabic translation of 2nd edition by Talal Wehbe, published by
the Arab Organization for Translation in 2008) [ISBN: 978-9953-0-1281-0]
Foundations of Semiotics (Farsi translation of 2nd edition by Medhi Parsa, published by
Soureh Mehr in 2010).
Introduction to Semiotics
(Polish translation of 2nd edn by Catherine Hallett, published by Oficyna Wydawnicza Volumen in 2012). [ISBN 978-8372331823]
- (with Merris Griffiths):
'Gender-Differentiated Production Features in Toy Commercials',
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 44(3) [Summer 2000]:
- (with Dilwyn Roberts-Young):
'The Construction of Identity in the Personal Home Pages of Adolescents in
Wales', Welsh Journal of Education 9(1) : 78-90
'Goldsmiths vs. Fiske': A Review Article,
Cultural Dynamics 9(1) [March 1997]: 97-108;
'Children's Understanding of What's "Real" on TV: A Review of the
Literature', Journal of Educational Media 23(1)
'Who needs suspended inscription?',
Computers and Composition 11(3)
[December 1994]: 191-201;
'Writing strategies and writers' tools', English Today: The International
Review of the English Language 9(2) [April 1993]: 32-8;
to obtain; republished in David Wray (Ed) (2004): Literacy: Major Themes in Education,
Vol. 3, Writing: Processes and Teaching. London: Routledge, pp. 110-119
- 'The phenomenology of writing by hand',
Intelligent Tutoring Media
[May/August 1992]: 65-74
- 'The educational ideology of the computer', British Journal of Educational
Technology 21(3) [September 1990]: 165-74;
- (with Dilwyn Roberts-Young)
'The Construction of Identity in Adolescent Personal Home Pages'. In Marquet, Pascal, Alain Jaillet,
Stéphanie Mathey & Elke Nissen (Eds.)
(1999): Internet-Based Teaching and Learning (IN-TELE) 98
(Internet Communication, Vol. 2).
Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishers, pp. 461-466
'Personal Home Pages and the Construction of Identities on the Web'.
Paper for a conference of the Aberystwyth Post-International Group on
the theme of Linking Theory and Practice: Issues in the Politics of Identity
(9-11 September 1998 University of Wales, Aberystwyth).
'Writing Oneself in Cyberspace'. In Rosemary Lonsdale (Ed.) (1998): Writing
in Higher Education: Perspectives in Theory and Practice (Proceedings
of the Fourth Conference on Writing Development in Higher Education,
Aberystwyth, 8-9 April 1997). Aberystwyth: University of Wales, pp. 11-19
- 'In writing we are written'. In Realising the Future, Proceedings of the
AATE National Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 8-11 July 1994,
- Children's Understanding of What is 'Real' on Television: A Review of the
Literature. Aberystwyth: Dept. of Education UWA, Research Papers
Series (ed. Bob Morris Jones) [December 1995].
- Student Writers and the Word Processor: A Review of Research for the
Classroom Teacher. Aberystwyth: Dept. of Education UWA, Research Papers
Series (ed. Bob Morris Jones) [May 1994]. A report commissioned by the
National Council for Educational Technology
Some On-Line Papers
General Media Theory
The Act of Writing