Other Writings

Sarikakis, K. (2017). Austria. Good and bad, but a lack of accountability when journalism fails the migration test. In Euromed Migration IV (Ed.), How does the media on both sides of the Mediterranean report on migration? (pp. 15-21) Vienna: International Centre for Migration Policy Development.

Sarikakis, K. (2013), Greece: A critical assessment of the forced closure of ERT, the Hellenic Public Broadcasting Corporation. AEJ Annual Congress 2013, Brussels, Belgium.

Sarikakis, K. (2013), Report on Media and the Image of Women for the Council of Europe.

Sarikakis, K. (2013), When the media do not play with politics (Wenn die Medien mit der Politik nicht spielen) (In German). In: Das Jüdische Echo.

Sarikakis, K. (2013), We are all Greeks. In: Texte 9, ORF Public Value, 4-6.

Sarikakis, K. (2013), More action please! In: ORF Public Value Report 2013, 36.

Sarikakis, K. (2012), ‘Crisis’ – ‘Democracy’ – ‘Europe’: terms of contract? Framing public debates of the crisis. Workshop of the Austrian Research Association on the Financial Crisis of the 21st Century (Österreichische Forschungsgemeinschaft). LINK

Sarikakis, K. (2012) Country Expert Austria 2012 In A Brouillete (ed) An Assessment of the Consistency of Hungary’s Media Laws with European Practices and Norms Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS) Central European University. http://medialaws.ceu.hu/media_authority_independence.html. PDF

Arriving at a crossroads: Political priorities for a socially relevant feminist media scholarship Invited Essay for the 10th anniversary of Feminist Media Studies, 2010

AIM Research Consortium (Hrsg.): Reporting and Managing European News. Final Report of the Project „Adequate Information Management in Europe“ 2004-2007. –Bochum, Freiburg: Projekt Verlag 2007 in Publizistik, 2008

The European Union and Culture by A. Littoz-Monnet In Cultural Trends fothcoming, 2008

The Perils and Promise of Global Transparency. Why the information revolution may not lead to security, democracy or peace. By Kristin M. Lord invited book review Political Communication, 2007

Making Security: Citizenship, Public Sphere and the Condition of Symbolic Annihilation CHALLENGE F6 programme,workpackage 6 http://www.libertysecurity.org/article1208.html, 2006

Gender in Applied Communication Contexts, (2004) edited by Buzzanell P M, H Sterk and L H Turner Information Communication Society, 2005

Mapping globalization. International media and a crisis of identity, by Naren Chitty (ed.) Penang: Southbound. Media Culture and Society 26.4- book review, 2004

Exploring media discourses, by Myra McDonald London: Arnold. Journal of Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education – book review, 2003

Political Machines. Governing a technological society, by Andrew Barry London: The Athlone Press. Culture Machine – book review http://culturemachine.tees.ac.uk/bk_rev.htm (peer-reviewed), 2003

Women journalists at ground zero, by Judith Sylvester and Suzanne Huffman (book review). Feminist Media Studies3(2):243-245 - book review, 2003

Violence, Militarism, Terrorism: faces of a masculine order and the exploitation of women. Feminist Media Studies 2(1): 151-153 – critical commentary, 2002

Tabloid Tales, global debates over media standards, by Collin Sparks and John Tulloch Journal of European Area Studies 10 (1): 163 – book review, 2002

Contemporary racisms and ethnicities. Social and cultural transformations, by Máirtín Mac An Ghaill Journal of European Area Studies 8 (2) - book review, 2000

Space between us. Negotiating gender and national identity in conflict, by Cynthia Cockburn Journal of European Area Studies 8 (2) – book review, 1999