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Dr. Henry Silke

Research Interests

Research interests include the role of communications systems in market crises; business and financial journalism and its role(s) in contemporary polity and society; journalistic role performance; journalism and ideology; journalism and the framing of inequality; alternative journalism and counter hegemony.

Publications

Book Chapters

2017

The Press, Market Ideologies and the Irish Housing Crash,
Henry Silke
(2017) The Press, Market Ideologies and the Irish Housing Crash,
In The Death of Public Knowledge? How Free Markets Destroy the General Intellect; London : Goldsmiths/MIT pp. 167-184

2014

O Papel Da ComunicaÇÃo e Da mÍdIa Na CrIse De superproducao: reflexIvIda de Informacaoo e IdeologIa no Caso da Bolha ImobIlIárIa Irlandesa
Henry Silke; Paschal Preston
(2014) O Papel Da ComunicaÇÃo e Da mÍdIa Na CrIse De superproducao: reflexIvIda de Informacaoo e IdeologIa no Caso da Bolha ImobIlIárIa Irlandesa
In Desvelando a farsa com o nome de crise: uma análise do capital financeiro pela economia política; Porto Alegre : Deriva

2013

'Resistance in Ireland'
O' Flynn, M., Power, M., McCabe, C and Silke, H.
(2013) 'Resistance in Ireland'
In Immiseration Capitalism and Education: Activist Resistance to Neoliberal and Neoconservative Degradation; Brighton : Institute for Education Policy Studies pp. 214-234
[ULIR]

Peer Reviewed Journals

2015

Base, Superstructure and the Irish Property Crash—Towards a Crisis Theory of Communications
Silke, H.
(2015) Base, Superstructure and the Irish Property Crash—Towards a Crisis Theory of Communications
In Triplec-Communication Capitalism & Critique; pp. 298-320
[ULIR]

2014

Ireland from Neo-liberal Champion to the ‘Eye of the Storm'
Silke, H; Preston, P.
(2014) Ireland from Neo-liberal Champion to the ‘Eye of the Storm'
In Javnost-The Public; pp. 5-23

Other Journals

2011

Market ‘Realities': De-coding Neo-Liberal Ideology and Media Discourses
Preston, P.; Silke, H.
(2011) Market ‘Realities': De-coding Neo-Liberal Ideology and Media Discourses
In Australian Journal of Communication; pp. 47-64