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Communication and Journalism : E-books

Useful subject areas

Use the links below to connect with the catalogue and the correct floor of the Library for this subject

Subject                     Shelfmark

audience research              302.234

broadcasting                          384.54

communication theories        302.2

cultural studies                             306

English literature                          823

media law                          343.41099

news                                          302.23

nonverbal communication       153.6

persuasion                             303.342

print journalism                             070

propaganda                             303.275

public opinion and polls         303.38

scripting and production            791.4

writing                                               808

E-book collections

The majority of our e-books can be accessed via the Library catalogue, with the exception of titles in the Books24x7, Lexis®Library (formerly LexisNexis Butterworths) and World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) e-library collections.

They can also be accessed via our e-book collections. 

There are additional benefits of using the e-book collections. 

Full text searching 

Search within the text of all the e-books held in a particular collection for a subject or keyword. This is an efficient way to find relevant information on a particular topic.

Download e-books 

In some cases (but not all), entire e-books from MyiLibrary and Ebrary Academic Complete are available to download for a specified loan period. For more information on how to download e-books to e-readers, click here

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