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Barnett, Steven and Gaber, Ivor (2001) Westminster tales: the twenty-first century crisis in British political journalism. Continuum, London, UK. ISBN 0826450210

Barnett, Steven (2005) Opportunity or threat? The BBC, investigative journalism and the Hutton Report. In: Allan, Stuart, (ed.) Journalism: critical issues. Issues in Cultural & Media Studies . Open University Press, Maidenhead, UK, pp. 328-341. ISBN 0335214754

Barnett, Steven (2004) Which end of the telescope? From market to cultural value. In: Tambini, Damian and Cowling, Jamie, (eds.) From public service broadcasting to public service communications. Institute for Public Policy Research, London, UK, pp. 34-35. ISBN 1860302297

Barnett, Steven (2001) Distorting democracy: public opinion, polls and the press. In: Splichal, Slavko, (ed.) Public opinion and democracy: vox populi-vox Dei? Hampton Press communication series . Hampton Press, Cresskill, USA, pp. 287-309. ISBN 1572733403

Barnett, Steven (2002) Impartiality redefined: protecting news on commercial television in Britain. In: Tambini, Damian and Cowling, Jamie, (eds.) New news? Impartial broadcasting in the digital age. Institute for Public Policy Research, London, UK, pp. 51-64. ISBN 1860301878

Barnett, Steven (2005) Hello sky, goodbye world. In: Engel, Matthew, (ed.) Wisden cricketers' almanack 2005. John Wisden, Alton, UK, pp. 49-53. ISBN 0947766898

Barnett, Steven (2004) Media ownership policies: pressure for change and implications. Pacific Journalism Review, 10 (2). pp. 8-19. ISSN 1023-9499

Barnett, Steven (2004) Can the BBC survive? The Author . pp. 3-7. ISSN 0005-0628

Dover, Caroline and Barnett, Steven (2004) The world on the box: international issues in news and factual programmes on UK television 1975-2003. 3WE. ISBN 0952505053

Barnett, Steven (2003) How to achieve accountability for OFCOM. In: Ofcom's inbox: part one. Westminster Forum Projects, London, UK, pp. 33-36. ISBN 0954347374

Barnett, Steven (2002) Will a crisis in journalism provoke a crisis in democracy? Political Quarterly, 73 (4). pp. 400-408. ISSN 0032-3179

Barnett, Steven (2002) A licence for future media power. British Journalism Review, 13 (2). pp. 41-45. ISSN 0956-4748

Barnett, Steven (2001) Half-baked plans for broadcasting. British Journalism Review, 12 (1). pp. 64-68. ISSN 0956-4748

Barnett, Steven (2006) Can the BBC invigorate our political culture? In: Lloyd, John and Seaton, Jean, (eds.) What can be done? Making the media and politics better. Political quarterly special issues . Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK. ISBN 1405136936

Barnett, Steven (2006) Reasons to be cheerful. British Journalism Review, 17 (1). pp. 7-14. ISSN 0956-4748

Seymour, Emily and Barnett, Steven (2005) Bringing the World to the UK: factual international programming on UK public service TV, 2005. 3WE, Witney, UK. ISBN 095250507X

Barnett, Steven (2008) Can the public service broadcaster survive? Renewal and compromise in the new BBC Charter. In: Ferrell Lowe, Gregory and Bardoel, Jo, (eds.) From public service broadcasting to public service media. Research anthologies and monographs . Nordicom, Göteborg, Sweden, pp. 87-104. ISBN 9789189471535

Barnett, Steven (2007) Beyond a critical press. In: Media and Trust: St George’s House Parliamentary Consultation, 17 Jan 2007, Windsor Castle. (Unpublished)

Barnett, Steven (2007) The case against auctioning spectrum. In: Westminster Media Forum on the Digital Dividend Review, 22 May 2007. (Unpublished)

Barnett, Steven (2007) Crisis, what crisis? Why young people are not deserting political television. In: Television News, Young People and Politics Conference: Generation Disconnected, 07 - 09 Sep 2007, BFI Southbank, London. (Unpublished)

Barnett, Steven (2010) Uutisjournalismin kehitys USA: ssa ja Britanniassa [changing trends in television news in the US and Britain]. In: Leppänen, Airi and Heino, Timo-Erkki and Mäntymäki, Eeva, (eds.) Yleisradio: median murroksessa. Vastapaino, Tampere, pp. 95-108.

Barnett, Steven (2013) Stories from faraway places: international reporting, public service television and a glass half full. In: Williams, Granville and Petley, Julian, (eds.) The media in contemporary Britain: a critical approach. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 9780230551824

Barnett, Steven (2012) Imposition or empowerment? Freedom of speech, broadcasting and impartiality. In: Amos, Merris and Harrison, Jackie and Woods, Lorna, (eds.) Freedom of expression and the media. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, pp. 45-71. ISBN 9789004207745

Barnett, Steven (2010) Media ownership policy in a recession: redefining the public interest. Interactions: studies in communication & culture , 1 (2). pp. 217-232. ISSN 1757-2681

Michalis, Maria and Barnett, Steven (2010) Introduction: whither the public interest in the new political economy? Interactions: studies in communication & culture , 1 (2). pp. 167-170. ISSN 1757-2681

Barnett, Steven (2010) What's wrong with media monopolies? A lesson from history and a new approach to media ownership policy. MEDIA@LSE Electronic Working Papers, No 18 . ISSN 1474-1938

Barnett, Steven (2010) Periodismo, democracia e interés público [Media, democracy and the public interest]. Infoamérica: Iberoamerican Communication Review, 3 (4). pp. 41-56.

Barnett, Steven (2010) Minding the regional news gap. British Journalism Review, 21 (1). pp. 13-18. ISSN 0956-4748

Barnett, Steven (2010) A familiar assault on the BBC: a response to David Graham's report for the Adam Smith Institute. OpenDemocracy .

Barnett, Steven and Seaton, Jean (2010) Why the BBC matters: memo to the new parliament about a unique British institution. Political Quarterly, 81 (3). pp. 327-332. ISSN 0032-3179

Barnett, Steven (2008) TV news and the echo of Murrow. British Journalism Review, 19 (4). pp. 37-44. ISSN 0956-4748

Barnett, Steven (2011) The rise and fall of television journalism: just wires and lights in a box? Bloomsbury Academic, London. ISBN 9781849666114

Barnett, Steven (2012) It's ownership, stupid: why plurality lies at the heart of media policy reform - and how to achieve it. In: Keeble, Richard Lance and Mair, John, (eds.) The phone hacking scandal: journalism on trial. Abramis Academic Publishing, Bury St Edmunds, pp. 352-364. ISBN 9781845495336

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