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de Burgh, Hugo and Rong, Zeng (2012) Environment correspondents in China in their own words: their perceptions of their role and the possible consequences of their journalism. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 13 (8). pp. 1004-1023. ISSN 1464-8849

de Burgh, Hugo and Rong, Zeng and Miao, Mi (2012) Responding to an activist public: Hangzhou Press Office rethinks its role. Media, Culture & Society, 34 (8). pp. 1013-1027. ISSN 0163-4437

de Burgh, Hugo and Rong, Zeng and Siming, Chen (2012) Chinese television 'internationalization' and the search for creativity. Creative Industries Journal, 4 (2). pp. 137-154. ISSN 1751-0694

de Burgh, Hugo (2007) Looking at China, looking at the Chinese media. China Media Research, 3 (1). ISSN 1556-889X

de Burgh, Hugo and Xin, Xin (2006) News probe: what does it tell us about Chinese journalism today? Medien Journal, 30 (2-3). pp. 52-66. ISSN 1025-9473

de Burgh, Hugo and Gabor, Ivor and Wright, Dominic (2004) Can vote, won't vote: is the media to blame? Public Affairs.

de Burgh, Hugo (2004) Is the media to blame? Public Affairs. ISSN 0555-5914

de Burgh, Hugo (2004) Ruhm, Flucht und Gefangnis: William Cobbett, der erste investigative journalist. Internationale Fachzeitschrift fur Journalismus, 3. pp. 114-116.

de Burgh, Hugo (2004) The documentary as 'amplification': holding the baby and politics of attachment. Contemporanea: revisita de comunicacao e cultura, 2 (1). pp. 139-159. ISSN 1806-0269

de Burgh, Hugo (2004) William Cobbett: Wegbereiter des investigativen journalismus in England. Message: Internationale Fachzeitschrift fur Journalismus, 3. pp. 114-116.

de Burgh, Hugo (2003) The Journalist in China: looking to the past for inspiration. Media History, 9 (3). pp. 195-207. ISSN 1368-8804

de Burgh, Hugo (2003) Kings without crowns? The re-emergence of investigative journalism in China. Media, Culture & Society, 25 (6). pp. 801-820. ISSN 0163-4437

de Burgh, Hugo (2003) Great aspirations and conventional repertoires: Chinese regional television journalists and their work. Journalism Studies, 4 (2). pp. 225-238. ISSN 1461-670X

de Burgh, Hugo (2003) Skills are not enough: the case for journalism as an academic discipline. Journalism: theory, practice & criticism, 4 (1). pp. 95-112. ISSN 1464-8849

de Burgh, Hugo (2002) Reporting the 'other' in the age of globalisation. Chinese Journal of Media Studies. pp. 370-389.

Book Section

de Burgh, Hugo (2012) Leveson and China. Inquiry as reference in China’s debates over media regulation. In: After Leveson? The future of British journalism. Abramis Academic, London, pp. 257-270. ISBN 9781845495763

de Burgh, Hugo (2009) Investigative journalism. In: 21st century communication: a reference handbook. Sage, London, pp. 609-617. ISBN 9781412950305

de Burgh, Hugo (2005) Introduction: journalism and the new cultural paradigm. In: Making journalists: diverse models, global issues. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 0415315026

de Burgh, Hugo (2003) What Chinese journalists believe about journalism. In: Political communications in greater China: the construction and reflection of identity. RoutledgeCurzon, London, UK. ISBN 070071734X

Book

de Burgh, Hugo (2013) China's media. Polity. (In Press)

de Burgh, Hugo and Rong, Zeng (2011) China's environment and China's environment journalists: a study. Intellect, Bristol. ISBN 9781841504698

de Burgh, Hugo and Fazackerley, Anna and Black, Jeremy, eds. (2007) Can the prizes still glitter? The future of British Universities in a changing world. University of Buckingham Press, Buckingham. ISBN 9780955464201

de Burgh, Hugo and Fazackerley, Anna and Black, Jeremy, eds. (2007) Can the prizes still glitter? The future of British universities in a changing World. University of Buckingham Press, Buckingham, UK. ISBN 095546420X

de Burgh, Hugo, ed. (2007) The China impact: China's rise and the future of the UK. McKinsey & Co., London.

de Burgh, Hugo (2006) China: friend or foe? Icon, Thriplow, UK. ISBN 1840467339

de Burgh, Hugo, ed. (2005) China and Britain: the potential impact of China's development. Smith Institute, London, UK. ISBN 1902488938

de Burgh, Hugo, ed. (2005) Making journalists: diverse models, global issues. Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 0415315026

de Burgh, Hugo (2003) The Chinese journalist: mediating information in the world's most populous country. RoutledgeCurzon, London, UK. ISBN 041530573X

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