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 +  - [[:bibliography:ams_alphabetic_order:a:atton|Atton, C.]] (2000) ‘Alternative media in Scotland: problems, positions and “Product”.’  Critical Quarterly 42 (4): 40-46.
 +  - Barker, Martin (1984) A Haunt of Fears: the Strange History of the British Horror Comics Campaign.  London: Pluto.
 +  - Baker, S., "The alternative press in Nothern Ireland and the political process", Journalism Studies, Routledge, vol. 6, n° 3, august 2005, pp. 375-386.
 +  - Belchem, John (1996) Popular Radicalism In Nineteenth Century Britain. New York: St Martin’s Press.
 +  - Born, Georgina and Prosser, Tony (2001) ‘Culture and Consumerism: Citizenship, Public Service Broadcasting and the BBC’s Fair Trading Obligations’, Modern Law Review 64(5): 657-687.
 +  - Buckley, Steve, “If I Had a Little Money... ”, Community Media Association, 2000, <www.commedia.org.uk> (1 March 2001).
 +  - Coleman, Stephen. “A Tale of Two Houses: The House of Commons, the Big Brother House and the People at Home.” London: Hansard Society, 2003.
 +  - Community Media Association. “Community Media Centres: New Funding for the Digital Generation”. 2000. <http://www.commedia.org.uk> (7 March 2000).
 +  -   Cottle, Simon (1998). “Making Ethnic Minority Media inside the BBC: Professional Pragmatics and Cultural Containment”. Media, Culture and Society, Vol 20, pp. 295-317.
 +  - Curran, James (1980) 'The Impact of Advertising on the British Mass Media', Media, Culture and Society, 3, 43-69.
 +  - Curran, James and Jean Seaton (1991) Power Without Responsibility: the press and broadcasting in Britain. London: Routledge, 4th edition.
 +  - Davies, Anne. “Broadcasting under Labor: 1983 to 1994.” In Public Voices, Private Interests, edited by Jennifer Craik, Julie James Bailey and Albert Moran, 3-14. St Leonards NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1995.
 +  - Department of Culture, Media and Sport. “Creative Industries Task Force Inquiry into the Internet.” 2000. <www.dcms.gov.uk> (25 March 2001).
 +  - Dickinson, Robert (1997) Imprinting The Sticks: the alternative press beyond London. Popular Cultural Studies 12. Aldershot, UK: Arena.
 +  - Dovey, Jon (1993) “Access television in the UK,” in Tony Dowmunt, ed. (1993) Channels Of Resistance: global television and local empowerment. London: British Film Institute 163-75.
 +  - Downing, J., "The alternative public realm : the organization of the 1980s anti-nuclear press in the West Germany and Britain", Media, Culture and Society, vol. 10, London, Newbury Park, Beverly Hills and New Delhi, Sage, 1988, p. 163-181.
 +  - Dovey, J.  (1995) ‘Old Dogs and New Tricks: Access Television in the U.K.’, in T. Dowmunt (ed) Channels of Resistance: Global Television and Local Empowerment, London: BFI, pp. 163-175. 
 +  - Fountain, Nigel (1988) Underground: the London alternative press 1966-74. London: Routledge.
 +  - 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.
 +  - Grey, Peggy and Lewis, Peter M.  1992.  “Britain: Community Broadcasting Revisited.”  In The People's Voice: Local Radio and Television in Europe, eds. Nick Jankowski, Ole Prehn, and James Stappers, 156-169.  London: John Libbey & Company Ltd.
 +  - HERITAGE, Ruth (2008), « Video Activist Citizenship & the Undercurrents Media Project: A British Case Study in Alternative Media », in PAJNIK, Mojca, DOWNING, John D. H. (eds) (2008), //Alternative Media and the Politics of Resistance: Perspectives and Challenges//, Peace Institute.
 +  - Hewson, Chris. Local and Community Television in the United Kingdom: A New Beginning? Sheffield: Community Media Association, 2005.
 +  - Hill, Christopher (1975) The World Turned Upside Down: radical ideas during the English Revolution. Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin Books.
 +  - Husband, Charles (1988) “Racist humour and racist ideology in British television, or I laughed till you cried,” in Chris Powell & George E.C. Paton, eds., Humour In Society: resistance and control. London: MacMillan Press: 149-78.
 +  - Husband, Charles and Jagdish Chouhan (1985) “Local radio in the communication environment of ethnic minorities in Britain,” in Teun A. van Dijk, ed., Discourse And Communication: new approaches to the analyses of mass media discourse and communication. Berlin: de Gruyter, 270-94.
 +  - 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.
 +  - Lewis, Peter M.  1978.  Community Television and Cable in Britain.  London: British Film Institute.
 +  - Neeson, J.M. Commoners: Common Right, Enclosure and Social Change in England, 1700-1820. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
 +  - Nelson, Elizabeth (1989) The British Counter-Culture, 1966-73: a study of the underground press. New York: St Martin’s Press.
 +  - Pearson, Jacqueline (1999) Women’s Reading in Britain 1750-1835: a dangerous recreation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
 +  - PLUNKETT, John (2009), "Community radio - a rare success story", The Guardian, March 9th {{:bibliography:ams_alphabetic_order:2008_purkarthofer_pfisterer_busch_10_years_community_radio_austria.pdf|Download PDF version here}}  [[http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/organgrinder/2009/mar/09/community-radio-ofcom-plunkett-blog|Article online]]
 +  - SINGER, jane B., ASHMAN, ian (2009), “User-Generated Content and Journalistic Values”, in ALLAN, Stuart, THORSEN, Einar (Ed.), //Citizen Journalism. Global Perspectives//, Peter Lang Publishing Inc., New York, pp. 233-242.
 +  - STOLLER, Tony, //The Sounds of Your Life. The history of Independent Radio in the UK//, London, John Libbey Publishing, 2010.
 +  - Tony Dowmunt. “Swindon Viewpoint, Aberdeen Cable, Cable Authority and the Grapevine Channel.” In Local Television Revisited: Essays on Local Television 1982 - 1993, edited by Dave Rushton, 22-26. Edinburgh: Institute for Local Television, 1990/1994.