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Alternative journalism, newspapers, magazines.

  1. Abel, Richard (1997) 'An Alternative Press. Why?', Publishing Research Quarterly, 12(4), Winter 1996/97: 78-84.
  2. ANDRZEJEWSKI, Julie R. (2007), “Alternative Press.” Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice. SAGE Publications. <http://sage-ereference.com/activism/Article_n38.html>.
  3. Angel, Jen. Becoming the Media: A Critical History of Clamor Magazine. Oakland CA: PM Press, 2008.
  4. Anonyme, « Un petit tour dans la presse souterraine », Actuel, n° 5, février 1971, p. 32.
  5. Anonyme, « Branchez-vous sur la nouvelle presse », Actuel, n° 8, mai 1971.
  6. Anonyme, « Les rotatives de la colère », Actuel, n° 8, mai 1971.
  7. Anonyme, « Les grands de l’underground », Actuel, n° 8, mai 1971.
  8. Anonyme, « Et si on parlait de presse parallèle… », La Godasse oubliée, n° 2, p. 28.
  9. Anonyme, « Amiens. Justice-spectacle », Politis, n° 802, 20-26 mai 2004, p. 24.
  10. Anderson, Patricia (1991) The Printed Image and the Transformation of Popular Culture 1790-1860. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  11. Armstrong, David. A Trumpet to Arms: Alternative media in America. Boston: South End Press, 1981.
  12. Armstrong, Nancy (1987) Desire And Domestic Fiction: a political history of the novel. New York: Oxford University Press.
  13. Aubrey, Crispin (1981) 'Beyond the Free Press: Recent Developments in the Radical Press', in Whitaker (1981), pp. 167-76.
  14. Atton, Chris (1999) “A reassessment of the alternative press,” Media, Culture & Society 21.1: 51-76.
  15. Bellanger, C., La presse clandestine. 1940-1944, Paris, Colin, 1961.
  16. Bielmann, L., “La Tondeuse à Roazhon. Une association à la recherche de l'équilibre”, Monographie,DESS “Economie sociale et développement solidaire”, Rennes, 2002.
  17. Bellerue, Bob (1995) Zines: Independent Publishing in the Age of Widespread Mechanical Reproduction. Unpublished essay distributed on the Internet. Copy in author’s possession.
  18. Benjamin, Walter (1934/1982) 'The Author as Producer.' Edited translation in Francis Frascina and Charles Harrison (eds.), Modern Art and Modernism: a Critical Anthology, London: Paul Chapman in association with the Open University, 1982: 213-216.
  19. BIZOT, Jean-François (2006), Free Press : la contre-culture vue par la presse underground, Paris, Editions du Panama, 255 p. - ISBN-10: 2755700246 - ISBN-13: 978-2755700244
  20. Boyce, George, Curran, James and Wingate, Pauline (1978) Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day, London: Constable.
  21. Bybee, Carl R. (1982) 'Mobilizing Information and Reader Involvement', Journalism Quarterly, 59(3), Autumn 1982, pp. 399-405, 413.
  22. Carey, Jim (1998) ‘Fresh Flavour in the Media Soup: The Story of SQUALL Magazine.’ In George McKay (ed.), DiY Culture: Party and Protest in Nineties Britain. London: Verso: 58-78.
  23. Chadaigne, P.-J., La communication alternative : la presse parallèle en France des années 60 à la fin des années 90, Paris, Thèse de doctorat en sciences de l’information et de la communication, dirigée par P. Albert, Université Paris II-Panthéon Assas, mars 2002.
  24. Chesshyre, Robert (1987) The Return of a Native Reporter, London: Viking.
  25. Comedia, “The Alternative Press : The Development of Underdevelopment”, Media, Culture & Society, n° 6, 1984, pp. 95-102.
  26. Darnton, Robert (1990) ‘What is the History of Books?’ In The Kiss of Lamourette: Reflections in Cultural History. London: Faber and Faber: 107-135.
  27. Dickinson, Robert (1997) Imprinting the Sticks: The Alternative Press Outside London, Aldershot: Arena.
  28. Dodge, Chris (1999) ‘Words on the Street: Homeless People’s Newspapers,’ American Libraries, August 1999: 60-62.
  29. Duncombe, Stephen (1997). Notes From Underground: Zines and the Politics of Underground Culture. London and New York: Verso.
  30. Duncombe, Stephen (1996) 'Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Underground Culture.' In Sanford Berman and James P. Danky (eds.), Alternative Library Literature: 1994-1995, Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1996: 312-319.
  31. Dyer, Sarah (no date) ‘How to Order Zines: a Guide to Zine Etiquette.’ Available at http://www.houseoffun.com/action/zines/ordering.html.)
  32. Evans, David (1992) John Heartfield AIZ: Arbeiter-Illustrierte Zeitung and Volks Illustrierte 1930-38. New York: Kent Fine Art Inc.
  33. Farseth, Erik (1998) ‘Behind the Zines,’ Paper Scissors Clocks (2): 33-55, 59-73.
  34. Franklin, B., Murphy, D., What's news ? The market, Politics and the Local Press, “The alternative local press”, London and New York, Routledge, 1991, p. 106-130.
  35. Fontan, J.-M. (dir.), Regards croisés sur la presse alternative au Québec et le magazine Recto-Verso, Montréal, Université du Québec, Service aux collectivités, 2001.
  36. FORCADE, King, HOWARD, Mel, Libro de lecturas clandestinas, México, Ed. Extemporáneos, 1973 (selección de textos de la prensa “underground” norteamericana)
  37. Fountain, Nigel (1988) Underground: the London Alternative Press, 1966-74, London: Comedia/Routledge.
  38. Glasser, Theodore L. (1974) ‘Semantics of an Alternative: the Language of the Underground Press’, ETC: A Review of General Semantics, 31: 201-204.
  39. GLESSING, Robert K. (1970), The Underground Press in America, Indiana University Press.
  40. GOETZ-STANKIEWICZ M. (ed.), Good-bye, Samizdat. Twenty Years of Czechoslovak Underground Writing, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.
  41. Green, Malcolm (1999) Brus Muehl Nitsch Schwarzkogler: Writings of the Vienna Actionists (Atlas Arkhive: Documents of the Avanta-garde No. 7). London: Atlas.
  42. Harcup, Tony (1994) A Northern Star: Leeds Other Paper and the Alternative Press 1974-1994, London and Pontefract: Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom.
  43. Harcup, Tony (1998) ‘There is No Alternative: The Demise of the Alternative Local Newspaper.’ In Bob Franklin and David Murphy (eds.) Making the Local News: Local Journalism in Context, London: Routledge, pp. 105-116.
  44. Harrison, Stanley (1974) Poor Men's Guardians: A Record of the Struggles for a Democratic Newspaper Press, 1763-1973, London: Lawrence and Wishart.
  45. Hiemenz Favrel, D., La presse féministe en Allemagne, en R.F.A. et à Berlin-Ouest. Du vecteur du discours de l'émancipation à l'instrument de libération de la femme, thèse de doctorat, Université de Strasbourg II, 1993.
  46. Hopkin, Deian (1978) ‘The Socialist Press in Britain, 1890-1910.’ In George Boyce, James Curran and Pauline Wingate (eds.), Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day, London: Constable: 294-306.
  47. Hopkins, MW., Russia’s Underground Press. The Chronicle of Current Events, Praeger, New York, 1983.
  48. Howley, K., « A poverty of voices. Street papers as communicative democracy », Journalism, SAGE Publications, vol. 4(3), 2003, pp. 273-292.
  49. Immédia/Le Cri des Murs, La presse d’expression locale. Il n’y a pas d’abonnés aux journaux que vous avez demandé, Paris, Editions alternatives et parallèles, 1977.
  50. Jary, David, Horne, John and Bucke, Tom (1991) ‘Football “Fanzines” and Football Culture: a Case of Successful “Cultural Contestation”, Sociological Review, 39(3), pp. 581-597.
  51. Kelly, Phil (1989) 'Counter Culture and the Small Journal' in Norman Buchan and Tricia Sumner (eds.), Glasnost in Britain? Against Censorship and in Defence of the Word, London: Macmillan, 1989, 70-78.
  52. Kessler, L., The dissident press. Alternative journalism in American history, Beverly Hills, London, New Delhi, SAGE Publications, 1984.
  53. Khiabany, G., “Red Pepper : a new model for the alternative press ?”, Media, Culture and Society, vol. 22, London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi, Sage Publications, 2000, p. 447-463.
  54. Lamy, Philip and Jack Levin, “Punk and Middle-Class Values: A Content Analysis,” in Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach and Muriel G. Cantor eds. Media, Audience, and Social Structure, 338-48. Beverly Hills: SAGE, 1986.
  55. Lewes, J., “The Underground Press in America (1964-1968): Outlining an Alternative, the Envisioning of and Underground”, Journal of Communication Inquiry, 24:4, SAGE Publications, October 2000, pp. 379-400.
  56. Lewis, Roger. Outlaws of America: The Underground Press and its Context: Notes on a Cultural Revolution. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.
  57. Locke, Christopher (no date) New Directions in Personal Publishing: from Point of View to Online Presence… Available at http://www.rageboy.com/webwriting.html
  58. Marr, John (1999) ‘Zines are Dead’, Bad Subjects (46), December 1999. Http://eserver.org/bs/46/marr.html.
  59. MAILLOUX-BEIQUE, Isabelle, Échos de la marge : Médias alternatifs et émancipation citoyenne, Mémoire de maîtrise, Sciences de la Communication, Université de Montreal, 2006, http://reseaumedia.info/publications/Memoire.IsabelleMaillouxBeique.2006.pdf
  60. MAILLOUX-BEIQUE, Isabelle, “Echos de la rue. Retrouver le pouvoir d'agir à travers les journaux de rue”, in LANGLOIS, Andrea, DUBOIS, Frédéric, Médias autonomes. Nourrir la résistance et la dissidence, Montreal, Lux Editor, 2006, pp. 135-152.
  61. MAZURIER, Stéphane (2009), Bête, méchant et hebdomadaire. Une histoire de “Charlie Hebdo” (1969-1982), Paris, Buchet-Chastel, 512 p.
  62. Menayang, V., Nugroho, B., Listiorini, D., “Indonesia’s Underground Press. The media and social movements”, Gazette : the International Journal for Communication Studies, SAGE Publications, vol. 64(2), 2002, pp. 141-156.
  63. Min, I., « Perceptions of the audience by the alternative press producers: a case study of the Texas Observer », Media, Culture and Society, London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi, vol. 26(3), SAGE Publications, pp. 450-458.
  64. Minority Press Group (1980) Here is the Other News: Challenges to the Local Commerical Press. London: Minority Press Group.
  65. Minority Press Group (1981) Rolling Our Own: Women as Printers, Publishers and Distributors. London: Minority Press Group.
  66. Minority Press Group (1980b) Where is the Other News: the Newstrade and the Radical Press (Minority Press Group Series No.2), London: Minority Press Group.
  67. Nelson, Elizabeth (1989) The British Counter-culture, 1966-73: a Study of the Underground Press, London: Macmillan.
  68. New Observations (1994) 'Copy Culture.' Themed issue of New Observations, (101), May/June 1994.
  69. Noyce, John L. (1979) The Directory of British Alternative Periodicals: 1965-1974, Hassocks: Harvester Press.
  70. O'Connor, Alan (1991), “The Alternative Press in Bolivia and Ecuador: The Examples of Aqui and Punto de Vista,” Howard Journal of Communication 2(4), 349-56.
  71. PATRICIO, Biedma (1972), “Prensa Burguesa, Prensa Popular y Prensa Revolucionaria”, in Comunicación Masiva y Revolución Socialista (collective), Mexico, Editorial Diógenes.
  72. Peck, Abe (1985) Uncovering the Sixties: The Life and Times of the Underground Press. New York: Pantheon Books.
  73. PERUZZO, Cicilia M. Krohling (2008). “Aproximações entre comunicação popular e comunitária e a imprensa alternativa no Brasil na era do ciberespaço”. In: INTERCOM, 2008, Natal. Anais… Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Disponível em http://www.intercom.org.br/papers/nacionais/2008/resumos/R3-0716-1.pdf
  74. Raboy, Marc (1984). Movements and Messages: Media and Radical Politics in Quebec. Toronto: Between the Lines.
  75. Rau, Michelle (1994) 'Towards a History of Fanzine Publishing: from APA to Zines', Alternative Press Review, Spring/Summer 1994, pp. 10-13.
  76. Rips, Geoffrey (1981) The Campaign Against the Underground Press (PEN American Center Report), San Francisco, Calif.: City Lights Books.
  77. Royal Commission on the Press (1977) Periodicals and the Alternative Press, London: HMSO.
  78. Rutherford, Paul (1992) Fanzine Culture. Glasgow: Flower Pot Press.
  79. Rio Donoso (Del), Luis, Les micro-médias imprimés. Recherches sur la micropresse pendant la résistance chilienne. 1973-1989, thèse de doctorat en Etudes des Sociétés Latino-Américaines, sous la dir. de Marie-Danielle Demelas-Bohy, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III, Institut des Hautes Etudes de l’Amérique Latine, novembre 1996.
  80. Shaw, Phil (1989) Whose Game is it Anyway? The Book of the Football Fanzines. Hemel Hempstead: Argus.
  81. SHORE, E., CASE, P. J., DALY, L. (1982), Alternative papers : 1979-1980. Stories, events, and issues that the Mass Media ignored, distorted, buried or missed altogether, selected from alternative magazines, newspapers, journals and sporadicals, Philadelphia Temple University Press.
  82. Sparks, Colin (1985) 'The Working-class Press: Radical and Revolutionary Alternatives', Media, Culture and Society, 7: 133-146.
  83. Skilling, G.H. (1989), Samizdat and an Independant Society in Central and Eastern Europe, Macmillan Press, Londres.
  84. Stanfield, Douglas W. and Lemert, James B. (1987) ‘Alternative Newspapers and Mobilizing Information,’ Journalism Quarterly, 64 (2 and 3), Summer-Autumn 1987, pp. 604-607.
  85. Streitmatter, R., Voices of revolution. The dissident press in America, Columbia University Press, New York, 2001.
  86. The Radical Bookseller Directory (1992) Edited by Einde O'Callaghan, London: The Radical Bookseller.
  87. Traber, Michael (1985) Alternative Journalism, Alternative Media (Communication Resource, No. 7, October 1985), London: World Association for Christian Communication.
  88. Trejo, R., La prensa marginal, Segunda edición, México D.F., ediciones « El Caballito, 1980, 175 p.
  89. Tomaselli, Keyan and Louw, P. Eric (1991) The Alternative Press in South Africa, Bellville: Anthropos and London: James Currey.
  90. Triggs, Teal (1995) 'Alphabet Soup: Reading British Fanzines', Visible Language, 29(1): 72-87.
  91. Whitaker, Brian (1981) News Limited: Why You Can't Read All About It, (Minority Press Group Series No. 5), London: Minority Press Group.
  92. Williams, Raymond (1970) ‘Radical and/or Respectable.’ In Richard Boston (ed.), The Press We Deserve, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 14-26.
  93. Woodworth, Fred (1995) ‘How Businesses and Institutions Attempt to Control the Small Press: part II’, The Match! (90), Summer 1995: 46-55. Reprinted in: Sanford Berman and James P. Danky (eds.), Alternative Library Literature: 1994-1995, Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1996, 174-183.
  94. Yorke, Chris (2000) ‘Zines are Dead: the Six Deadly Sins that Killed Zinery’, Broken Pencil (12), Spring 2000: 18-19.
  95. Zobel, Cheryl (1999) ‘Zines in Public Libraries,’ Counterpoise 3(2), April 1999: 5-10.
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