Brockington, D. ‘A history of celebrity and development.’
Brockington, D. ‘The UK Public’s Attitudes to the World, to Development Aid and UK Public Giving to Overseas Development. A discussion of the sources, patterns, trends and their implications for celebrity advocacy.’
Brockington, D. ‘Trends in reporting on celebrity, charities and development and humanitarian NGOs in UK newspapers.’
Brockington, D. Celebrity and the Environment. Fame, Wealth and Power in Conservation. ZedBooks, London, 2009.
Brockington D. 2008. ‘Powerful Environmentalisms. Conservation, Celebrity and Capitalism.’ Media, Culture and Society 30 (4): 551-568.
Brockington D. 2008. Celebrity Conservation. Interpreting the Irwins. Media International Australia. 127: 96-108.
Celebrity Philanthropy: The Cultivation of China’s HIV/AIDS Heroes (Book chapter in Celebrity in China)
Huliaras, Asteris and Nikolaos Tzifakis (2010). Celebrity Activism in International Relations: In search of a framework for analysis. Global Society, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 255-274.
Liza Tsaliki, Christos A. Frangonikolopoulos, and Asteris Huliaras (eds) Transnational Celebrity Activism in Global Politics: Changing the World?, Bristol: Intellect.
Littler, Jo (ed) ‘Celebrity and the Transnational’, special issue of Celebrity Studies, 2:1, 2011
Littler, Jo ‘I feel your pain: Celebrity do-gooding, cosmopolitan caring and the globalised soul’, Social Semiotics, 2008 18:2 pp237-251
Littler, Jo ‘Celebrity CEOs and the cultural economy of tabloid intimacy’ in Su Holmes and Sean Redmond, A Reader in Stardom and Celebrity, Sage 2007 pp230-243
Littler, Jo ‘Celebrity and Meritocracy’, Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture, Issue 26, Spring 2004, pp118-130
Littler, Jo (ed) Mediactive Vol 1, Issue 2: Celebrity, 2004. Lawrence & Wishart.
Littler, Jo ‘Making fame ordinary: intimacy, reflexivity and ‘keeping it real’, Mediactive, Issue 2, 2004, pp8-25.
Rasmussen, Louise Mubanda. 2011. “Madonna’s Malawi: Celebritization and the NGO economy”. Post-doc project description, Roskilde University.
Christiansen, Lene Bull and Louise Mubanda Rasmussen. 2011. “The commodification of (com)passion”. Paper presented at the fourth European Conference on African Studies, Uppsala 15-18 June 2011.
[Hansen, Signe] “Society of the Appetite: Celebrity Chefs Deliver Consumers”, Food, Culture and Society 11:1, 2008, 49-67.
[Hansen, Signe] “Television”; “Celebrity Chefs”, The Business of Food: Encyclopedia of the Food and Drink Industries (eds. Gary Allen & Ken Albala) Greenwood Publishers, 2008, 75-77; 366-370.
“Food Representations”, A Cultural History of Food, The Modern Age (1920-2000) (ed. Amy Bentley), Oxford: Berg, 2011, 183-200.
Food Media: Celebrity Chefs and the Politics of Everyday Interference, Oxford: Berg, 2012.
Food and Social Media: You Are What You Tweet, Lanham: Altamira Press, 2012 (forthcoming).
Scott, M. (2009) Marginalised, Negative or Trivial? Coverage of Africa in the UK Press. Media, Culture and Society, 31:4. 533–557
Scott, M. Street, J. & Inthorn, S. (2011) ‘Music’s meant to be a way to unwind and kind of relax, have fun. Politics isn’t that’. A Comparative Study of the Political Uses of Popular Culture by First-Time Voters. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 14:5. 499–514.
Reports and Guidelines
Scott, M. (2011) Outside the Box: UK Television Coverage of Developing Countries, ‘Impact’ and Social and Online Media. IBT. London
Scott, M. (2009) The World in Focus: How UK Audiences Connect with the Wider World and the International Content of News in 2009 CBA / IBT. London.
Scott, M. (2008) Screening the World: How the UK Portrayed the Wider World in 2007-8. IBT, DFID.
‘Celebrity Diplomacy: UN Goodwill Ambassadors and Messengers of Peace’ in Jo Littler (ed.), Celebrity Studies: Special Edition on Celebrity and the Global, (London: Routledge, 2011).
‘Celebrity Forum: 2010 Television Prime Minister debates’, Celebrity Studies (London: Routledge, 2011).
‘Celebrity Politics and Cultural Citizenship: UN Goodwill Ambassadors and Messenger of Peace’ in Asteris Huliaras, Liza Tsaliki and Christos A. Frangonikolopoulos (ed.s), Transnational Celebrity Activism in Global Politics Changing the World? (Intellect, 2011).
‘The Democratic worth of Celebrity Politics in an era of Late Modernity’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations: Celebrity Politics special edition, (John Wiley-Blackwell, 2012).