Publications

Articles and chapters

Chouliaraki, L. and Zaborowski, R. (2017) “Voice and community in the refugee crisis: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Narratives in Eight European Countries”, International Communication Gazette, Online First.

Zaborowski, R. (2016) “Hatsune Miku and Japanese virtual idols”, in S. Whiteley and S. Rambarran (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality, New York: Oxford University Press.

Zaborowski, R. (2016) "Introduction: New Approaches to Audiences and their Musics"
Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, 9(2).

Zaborowski. R. (2016) "'Explode All Our Metaphors'–On the Potential of Sound in Media and Audience Studies. An Interview with Martin Barker", Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, 9(2).

Zaborowski, R. and Dhaenens, F. (2016) “Old topics, old approaches? ‘Reception’ in television studies and music studies”, Participations, 13(1).

 Zaborowski, R. (2012) “‘Simple unchanging stories about things we already know’: Japanese youth and popular songs”, Participations, 9(2).


Reports

Chouliaraki, L., Georgiou, M. and Zaborowski, R. (2017) The European “migration crisis” and the media: A cross-European press content analysis. London, LSE. 

Georgiou, M. and Zaborowski, R. (2016) Media coverage of the “refugee crisis”: A cross-European perspective. Council of Europe, Strasbourg.


Edited collections

Zaborowski, R. (ed.) (2016) “Audiences and their musics: New approaches”, special issue of Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA-PGN, Vol 8(3), 2016.


Other publications 

Zaborowski, R. (2016) "Hello from the other side of music regulation", Parenting for Digital Future blog. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/parenting4digitalfuture/2016/04/11/hello-from-the-other-side-of-music-video-regulation/

Zaborowski, R. and Georgiou, M. (2016) Refugee “crisis”? Try “crisis in the European press”, openDemocracy blog.

Zaborowski, R. (2008) “American Japan–Japanese America”, review of Japanamerica: How Japanese pop culture has invaded the U.S. by R. Kelts, Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies.