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Items Authored or Edited by Rhys Crilley

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Number of items: 12.

Manor, Ilan and Crilley, Rhys (2020). The Mediatisation of MFAS: Diplomacy in the New Media Ecology. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(1-2) pp. 66–92.

Crilley, Rhys and Chatterje-Doody, Precious (2020). Emotions and war on YouTube: Affective investments in RT’s visual narratives of the conflict in Syria. Cambridge Review of International Affairs (Early access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Crilley, Rhys; Gillespie, Marie and Willis, Alistair (2019). Tweeting the Russian revolution: RT’s #1917LIVE and social media re-enactments as public diplomacy. European Journal of Cultural Studies (Early Access).

Chatterje-Doody, Precious N. and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Making Sense of Emotions and Affective Investments in War: RT and the Syrian Conflict on YouTube. Media and Communication, 7(3) p. 167. file

Crilley, Rhys (2019). [Book Review] Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President—What We Don’t, Can’t, and Do Know by Kathleen Hall Jamieson (Oxford University Press). Journal of Communication, 69(4) E10-E12.

Saunders, Robert A. and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Pissing On the Past: The Highland Clearances, Effigial Resistance and the Everyday Politics of the Urinal. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 47(3) pp. 444–469.

Chatterje-Doody, Precious N. and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Populism and Contemporary Global Media: Populist Communication Logics and the Co-construction of Transnational Identities. In: Stengel, Frank A.; MacDonald, David B. and Nabers, Dirk eds. Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions. Global Political Sociology. Springer Nature Switzerland, pp. 73–99.

Crilley, Rhys (2019). [Book Review] Deconstruction machines: writing in the age of cyberwar by Justin Joque. International Affairs, 95(1) pp. 207–208.

Crilley, Rhys and Chatterje-Doody, Precious (2019). Security studies in the age of ‘post-truth’ politics: in defence of poststructuralism. Critical Studies on Security, 7 pp. 166–170. file

Dajani, Deena; Gillespie, Marie and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Differentiated visibilities: RT Arabic’s narration of Russia’s role in the Syrian war. Media, War & Conflict (Early Access).

Crilley, Rhys and Gillespie, Marie (2018). What to do about social media? Politics, populism and journalism. Journalism, 20(1) pp. 173–176.

Manor, Ilan and Crilley, Rhys (2018). Visually framing the Gaza War of 2014: The Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Twitter. Media, War & Conflict, 11(4) pp. 369–391.

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