The Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS) has published a number of books, mostly with CEU Press. They include a series of books that resulted from the collaborative research network East of West: Setting a New Central and Eastern European Media Research Agenda, which was coordinated by the CMCS.
Titles include Media, Nationalism and European Identities, Media Freedom and Pluralism - Media Policy Challenges in the Enlarged Europe, and Finding the Right Place on the Map: Central and Eastern European Media Change in a Global Perspective.
The CMCS has been part of several international projects, such as European Privacy and Human Rights and INDIREG (Indicators for independence and efficient functioning of audiovisual media services regulatory bodies), which resulted in in-depth, wide-ranging studies and journal articles. The CMCS is also one of the publishers of the EastBound journal.
The faculty, staff and fellows of the Center each conduct research in their own fields of expertise, whether it is media regulation and governance, community media, or freedom of expression and information. The CMCS has also hosted a range of talented research fellows who used their time at the Center to conduct and publish research on some of the most topical issues in media and communication. This list showcases the books, book chapters, journal articles and other publications of CMCS members.
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