Three-D Issue 27

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In this issue: Leveson revisited, and HE’s multiple fronts (Einar Thorsen)

Media Reform 2 DCMS consultation on Leveson (Steven Barnett) 3 Joining the IPSO Readers’ Advisory Panel (Kate Sang) 4 Government’s consultation and Impress (Máire Messenger Davies) 5 Leveson 2: issues and unheard evidence (Peter Jukes) 9 Local journalism under threat (John Jewell) 10 The status quo won’t do (Des Freedman) 11 BBC, the Referendum & ‘Post-truth Politics’ (Julian Petley)

Obituary 14 Gavin MacFadyen (Paul Lashmar)

Future of Higher Education 16 Pawns, chips and showing some humanity (John Downey) 17 Knowledge economy and the managerialization of humanities (Marco Benoît Carbone) 18 Mickey Mouse and the state of our field (Theodore Koulouris) 19 Restoring credibility after UCU campaign (Patricia McManus)

Turkey 21 Still Saying: We Will Not Be A Party To This Crime (Mine Gencel Bek) 22 Are citizens journalism’s last resort? (Anonymous)

MeCCSA Annual Conferences 24 MeCCSA 2017: University of Leeds (Katy Parry) 25 MeCCSA 2018: London South Bank University (Janet Jones & Philip Hammond)

Reports and Initiatives 26 Chair’s report (Natalie Fenton) 27 Letter in response to Leveson consultation 28 Report on Meeting with ESRC and AHRC (John Downey) 29 Research Excellence Framework update 30 Practice Network (Tahera Aziz, Phil Hammond & Lizzie Jackson) 31 Climate Change Network (Nathan Farrell) 32 Social Movements Network (Anna Feigenbaum, Ruth Sanz Sabido) 34 Postgraduate Network (Seema HussainPatricia Prieto-Blanco)

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