Introduction: whither the public interest in the new political economy?

Michalis, M. and Barnett, S. 2010. Introduction: whither the public interest in the new political economy? Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture. 1 (2), pp. 167-170.

TitleIntroduction: whither the public interest in the new political economy?
AuthorsMichalis, M. and Barnett, S.
JournalInteractions: Studies in Communication & Culture
Journal citation1 (2), pp. 167-170
ISSN1757-2681
YearDec 2010
PublisherIntellect
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1386/iscc.1.2.167_7
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PublishedDec 2010

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