Book reviews 11.1

The Routledge Companion to Journalism Ethics, edited by Lada Trifonova Price, Karen Sanders and Wendy N Wyatt – review by Emeritus Professor Michael Foley, Technological University Dublin, Ireland

The Routledge Companion to Political Journalism, edited by James Morrison, Jen Birks and Mike Berry – review by Tor Clark, University of Leicester, UK

The BBC, A People’s History, by David Hendy – review by John Mair, producer, author and educator, UK;
Reporting the War in Ukraine, edited by John Mair, with Andrew Beck – review by Tor Clark,
University of Leicester, UK

The Online Journalism Handbook: Skills to Survive and Thrive in the Digital Age (2nd Edition), by Paul Bradshaw – review by Dr Kester Demmar, University of Leicester, UK


Issue 10.3 book reviews

Unpresidented by Jon Sopel reviewed by Sara McConnell of the University of Sheffield; The
Routledge Companion to Local Media and Journalism edited by Agnes Gulyas of Canterbury
Christchurch University and David Baines of Newcastle University reviewed by Tor Clark of
Leicester University; Populism, the Pandemic and the Media: Journalism in the age of Covid, Trump, Brexit and Johnson, edited by John Mair, Tor Clark, Neil Fowler, Raymond Snoddy and Richard Tait reviewed by Alan Geere of Guandong University of Foreign Studies; The Image of Africa in Ghana’s Press: The Influence of International News Agencies by Michael Yao Wodui Serwornoo reviewed by Professor Rex Li, Liverpool John Moores University.