Academic Publications

Books

The Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security, edited by Piers Robinson, Philip Seib and Romy Froelich. (2017)

Pockets of Resistance: British news media, war and theory in the 2003 invasion of Iraq (Piers Robinson, Peter Goddard, Katy Parry, Craig Murray and Philip M. Taylor) (Manchester University Press, 2010) 

The CNN Effect: the myth of news, foreign policy and intervention (Routledge, 2002).

Articles, Reports and Briefing Notes

Briefing Note: On the Final Report of the OPCW Fact-Finding Mission on the alleged the Alleged Chemical Attack on Douma, April 2018. Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Piers Robinson, (members of the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media), April 2019.

Briefing Note: the Integrity Initiative and the Institute for Statecraft, Paul Mckeigue, David Miller, Jake Mason and Piers Robinson (members of the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media), December 2018.

Briefing Note: the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April 2018, and other alleged chlorine attacks in Syria since 2014, Paul McKeigue, Jake Mason, David Miller, Piers Robinson (members of the Working Group on Syria, Media and Propaganda), (September 2018)

Organized Persuasive Communication: A New Conceptual Framework for Research on Promotional Culture, Public Relations and Propaganda (co-authors Vian Bakir, Eric Herring and David Miller) Critical Sociology (2018)

‘Learning from the Chilcot Report: Propaganda, deception and the ‘war on terror’, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies (2017)

The Media and Foreign Policy’ in the Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2017)

Moving Media and Conflict Studies Beyond the CNN Effect’ Review of International Studies (2016)

‘Report X Marks the Spot: The British Government’s Deceptive Dossier on Iraq and WMD’ Political Science Quarterly (2014)

‘Deception and Britain’s Road to War in Iraq’, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, 2014, 8 (2): pp.

‘Media empowerment vs. strategies of control: Theorising news media and war in the 21st Century’, Zeitschrift fuer Politik, 2014.

 ‘Measuring Media Criticism of War and Political Elites: A Response to Florian Zollmann’ Global Media and Communication, 2012 8(2): 177-185.

 The CNN Effect Reconsidered: Mapping a Research Agenda for the Future’, Editors intro to Special Issue ‘The CNN effect reconsidered’ Media, War and Conflict, 4(1): 2011.

 ‘Testing Models of Media Performance in Wartime: UK TV News and the 2003 Invasion of Iraq’, co-authors Peter Goddard, Katy Parry and Craig Murray, Journal of Communication 59(3): 534-563. 2009.

 ‘UK Media and Media-Management during the 2003 Invasion of Iraq’, co-authors Peter Goddard and Katy Parry, Special Issue on Media and Public Diplomacy edited by Holli Semetko, American Behavioural Scientist, 51(5): 678-688. 2009.

 ‘Reporting Dissent in Wartime: British Press, the anti-war movement and the 2003 Iraq War’, co-authors Craig Murray, Katy Parry and Peter Goddard, European Journal of Communication, 23(1): 7-27. 2008.

 ‘Patriotism meets plurality: Reporting the 2003 Iraq War in the British Press’, co-authors Peter Goddard and Katy Parry, Media, War and Conflict (launch issue of first journal to specialise on media and conflict), 1(1): 9-30. 2008.

 ‘Politics and Mass Media: A Response to John Street’, co-authored with John Corner, Political Studies Review, 2006, 1: pp. 26-32.

 ’War and Media’, co-authored with Robin Brown (Leeds), Peter Goddard and Katy Parry (Liverpool), Media Culture and Society. November 2005, 27(6): pp. 951-959.

 ‘The CNN Effect Revisited’, Critical Studies in Media Communications. 2005, 22(4): pp. 344-349.

‘Too Polemical or Too Critical? Chomsky on the Study of the news media and US foreign Policy’, co-authored with Dr Eric Herring (Bristol), Forum on Chomsky convened by myself and Eric Herring, Review of International Studies, 2003, 29(4): pp. 553-568.

Operation Restore Hope and the Illusion of a News Media Driven Intervention’, Political Studies, 2001, 49(5): 941-956.

‘Theorizing the Influence of Media on World Politics: models of media influence on foreign policy’, European Journal of Communication, 2001, 16(4): 523-544. (8000 word refereed research article).

‘Media Power and World Politics: problems of research design’, Media, Culture and Society, 2000, 22(2), pp. 227-232.

‘The News Media and Intervention: Triggering the Use of Air Power During Humanitarian Crisis’, Special Issue on Media and Kosovo, European Journal of Communication, 2000, 15(3), pp. 405-414.

‘The Policy Media Interaction Model: measuring media power during humanitarian crisis’ Journal of Peace Research, 2000, 37(5), pp. 625-645.

 ‘Misperception in Foreign Policy Making: Operation Deliberate Force and the Ending of War in Bosnia’, Civil Wars. 2001, 4(4): pp. 115-125.

 ‘The CNN effect: can the news media drive foreign policy?’, Review of International Studies 1999, 25(2), pp. 301-309.

Book Chapters

‘Propaganda, Politics and Deception’ (co-author David Miller) in Tony Docan-Morgan (ed) The Palgrave Handbook of Deceptive Communication (Palgrave: MacMillan). (2019).

‘Does the Propaganda Model Actually Theorise Propaganda’ in Joan Pedro-Caranana, Daniel Broudy and Jeffery Klaehn (eds) The Propaganda Model Today, (University of Westminster Press). (2018).

‘Deception and Lying in Politics’ (co-authors Vian Bakir, Eric Herring and David Miller) in Oxford Handbook on Lying (ed. Jorg Mauber), (Oxford: Oxford University Press). (2018)

‘The CNN Effect and Humanitarian Crisis’ in Anderson R & de Silva PL (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Media and Humanitarian Action (New York: Routledge). (2018).

‘The CNN effect and the Persuasive Power of Images’ in Roland Bleiker (ed) Visual Global Politics (2018, Palgrave Macmillan)

‘Propaganda and Conflict’, co-authored with David Miller and Vian Bakir, in P. Robinson, P. Seib and R. Fröhlich (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security (2017).

‘The CNN Effect and Humanitarian Action’ in P. Robinson, P. Seib and R. Fröhlich (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security (2017).

‘The Propaganda Model: Still Relevant Today?’ in Alison Edgley (ed) Noam Chomsky: Critical Explorations in Contemporary Political Thought Series, (Palgrave, Macmillan: 2015) (8000 words).

‘News Media, Communication Technology and Humanitarianism’, Routledge Handbook on Humanitarian Action edited by Roger Mac Ginty and Jenny Peterson. (Routledge 2015).

‘News Media, Communications and the Limits of Perception Management During Military Operations’ Tactical Transitions edited collection, (Oxford University Press) 2014.

‘Political Communication in International Relations and War’ in Carsten Reineman (ed) Political Communication, Handbook of Communication Science (2014, De Gruyter Mouton).

“‘Telling it like it is’; contemporary war, propaganda, media and the state’ in David Welch (ed) Propaganda, Power and Persuasion, (2013) I.B. Taurus, London.

 ‘Media and War’ in Travis Rider (ed) New Directions in Media and Politics, (2012 and 2018, Routledge).

‘The Policy Media Interaction Model: measuring media power during humanitarian crisis’ reprinted’ reprinted in Timothy Legrand and Allan McConnell (Eds), The Library of Essays on Emergency Ethics, Law and Policy (2013) Ashgate), (Original article published in Journal of Peace Research, 2000).

‘The Policy Media Interaction Model: measuring media power during humanitarian crisis’ reprinted in International Communication edited by Daya Thussu, Sage Benchmarks in Communication (Sage; Thousand Oaks, 2012), (Original article published in Journal of Peace Research, 2000).

 Media and War’, Sage Handbook of Political Communication, edited by Holli Semetko and Maggie Scammell (2012: Sage; Thousand Oaks).

‘Media and Public Opinion’, US Foreign Policy, Mick Cox and Doug Stokes (eds) (Oxford, Oxford University Press, fourth editions 2018, third edition 2016; second edition 2012; first edition 2008). (Text book).

 ‘Media and Public Opinion’, Foreign Policy Analysis in International Relations, Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield and Tim Dunne (Eds) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 3rd edition 2017, 2nd edition 2012, 1st edition 2008). (Text book).

 ‘Not in Our Name’: British press, the anti-war movement and the Iraq Crisis 2002-2009, co-authors Craig Murray, Katy Parry and Peter Goddard in Simon Cottle and Libby Lester (eds) Transnational Protests and the Media (2011 Peter Lang: New York).

 ‘Researching US Media-State Relations and Twenty-First Century Wars’ in Barbie Zelizer & Stuart Allen (eds.,) Reporting War, (Routledge: London and New York, 2004).

 ‘Global Television and Conflict Resolution: Defining the Limits of the CNN Effect’ in Eytan Gilboa (ed) Media and Conflict: framing issues, making policy, shaping opinions, (Transnational Publishers, Ardsley NY, 2002).

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