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The Politics of Leveson – Where are we now? by Chris Frost on behalf of the editors
Games and feints as pedagogy: Using game theory and reverse logic to teach conflict reporting by Savyasaachi Jain, University of Westminster
County Magazines: pride, and a passion for print by Clare Cook and Catherine Darby, University of Central Lancashire
Supervision in the ‘Hackademy’: Reflections on the research journey of journalism practitioners by Chindu Sreedharan. Bournemouth University
Tilling the field in journalism education: implications of a systems model approach for journalism education by Dr Janet Fulton and Paul Scott, University of Newcastle, Australia
Comment and criticism
Educating for a better newsroom culture in a Leveson compliant future by Chris Frost, Liverpool John Moores University
Barry Turner and Richard Orange Specialist Journalism, review by Tor Clark
Tony Harcup Alternative Journalism, Alternative Voices review by Granville Williams
John Mair, Neil Fowler and Ian Reeves What Do We Mean By Local? Grass-Roots Journalism – Its Death and Rebirth review by Julie Freer
John Morrish and Paul Bradshaw Magazine Editing in Print and Online, third edition review by Jenny McKay
Classic: Kevin Williams Get Me A Murder A Day! A history of media and Communication in Britain, review by Tor Clark
News: AJE conference – Journalism education post-Leveson