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The International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics is committed to analyzing the politics of communication(s) and cultural processes. It addresses cultural politics in their local, international and global dimensions, recognizing equally the importance of issues defined by their specific cultural geography and those that traverse cultures and nations.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 4, Number 2, 13 June 2008

Articles

A nation of entrepreneurs? Television, social change and the rise of the entrepreneur
pp. 125-144(20)
Authors: Boyle, Raymond; Magor, Maggie

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Performing protest in Jamaica: the mass media as stage
pp. 163-182(20)
Author: Johnson, Hume Nicola

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Revisiting the networked production of the 2003 Little League World Series: narrative of American innocence
pp. 183-202(20)
Authors: White, Ryan E; Silk, Michael L; Andrews, David L

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The future of public service broadcasting in Community law
pp. 203-219(17)
Author: Saldaa, Mercedes Muoz

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Can social network sites enable political action?
pp. 241-244(4)
Author: Boyd, Danah

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The new risk communities: Social networking sites and risk
pp. 245-253(9)
Author: Ibrahim, Yasmin

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The role of intermediaries in the consecration of arts on myspace.com
pp. 259-263(5)
Author: Suhr, Hiesun Cecilia

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Reviews

Reviews
pp. 265-274(10)
Authors: Colby, Dean; Prez, Francisco Seoane; Shade, Leslie Regan

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