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Herbert, D. Black, T., (in press). A Global Conversation?  Religion, Politics and Online Forums at the BBC World Service . Media, Culture and Society.

Herbert, D., Black, T., May 2009. Arguing About Religion: The BBC 'Have Your Say' Online Forums, Democratisation and the Global Public Sphere. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.4.

Herbert, D. Black, T. and Aly, R., (in press). Arguing About Religion: BBC World Service Internet Forums as Sites of Postcolonial Encounter, Journal of Postcolonial Writing.

Hill, A., 2010. The BBC Empire Service: the Voice, the Discourse of the Master and Ventriloquism. South Asian Diaspora, 2(1), pp.25-38.

Hill, A. Alshaer, A., 2010. BBC Arabic TV: Participation and the Question of Public Diplomacy. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 3(2), pp.152-71.

Hill, A. The Empire Service: the voice, the discourse of the master and ventriloquism. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.17.

Hintjens, H. Bayisenge, F., Urunana Audiences at Home and Away: Together 'Hand in Hand'? In: Skuse, A., Gillespie, M., and Power, G. eds., 2010 (in press). Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change. New Delhi: Sage India. Ch.12.

Hoskins, A. O'Loughlin, B., 2010. Remediating Jihad for Western News Audiences: the Renewal of Gatekeeping? Journalism: Theory, practice and criticism, 11(6).

Jaber M. Baumann, G., 2010. The BBC World Service in the Middle East: A Claim to Impartiality, or a Politics of Translation? Journalism: Theory, practice and criticism, 11(6).

Jaber, M. The paradox of post-imperial impartiality:The BBC World Service among its competitors in the Middle East. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.28.

 This report examines how diasporic staff perceive their career development and makes practical recommendations on the future administration of career trajectories within BBC World Service

 

Kärjä, A., Ridiculing rap, funlandizing Finns: humour and parody as strategies of securing the other in popular music. In: Toynbee, J., Dueck, B. eds., 2011 (in press). Migrating Music.London and New York: Routledge. Ch.5.

Keightley, K., Un homme et une femme travel via 'Barquinho' to Hollywood and beyond: global circulation, musical hybridisation, and adult modernity, 1961–69. In: Toynbee, J., Dueck, B. eds., 2011 (in press). Migrating Music.London and New York: Routledge. Ch.7.

Khaibany, G., (in press). Whose Turn is it Anyway? An analysis of BBC Persian TV's Interactive Programme Nobat Shoma. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.13.
(Diasporic Nationhood / 2009 Elections and Aftermath)

Kim, H., 'Brown boys doing it like this': Asian cultural production and London's Asian urban music scene. In: Toynbee, J., Dueck, B. eds., 2011 (in press). Migrating Music.London and New York: Routledge. Ch.14.