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Professor Roy Greenslade

Professor of Journalism

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Journalism

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
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EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Professor Roy Greenslade is one of Britain's foremost media teachers. He is a leading commentator and columnist on the media, and currently blogs for The Guardian.

As a journalist he rose to the highest levels of management in a career taking in The Sun, the Sunday Times, and culminating in the editorship of the Daily Mirror.

Roy is the author of Press Gang: How Newspapers make Profits from Propaganda (Macmillan, 2003), Maxwell's Fall (Simon & Schuster, 1992), and Goodbye to the Working Class (Marion Boyars, 1976).

Publications

Books (3)

  1. Greenslade, R. (2003). Press Gang: How Newspapers make Profits from Propaganda. Macmillan _. ISBN 978-0-333-78311-5.
  2. Greenslade, R. (1992). Maxwell's fall. Simon & Schuster.
  3. Greenslade, R. (1976). Goodbye to the working class. Marion Boyars Publishers. ISBN 978-0-7145-2511-2.

Chapter

  1. Greenslade, R. (2008). Subterfuge, set-ups, stings and stunts: How red-tops go about their investigations. Investigative Journalism: Second Edition (pp. 319–339). ISBN 0-203-89567-3.

Journal Articles (8)

  1. Greenslade, R. (2010). Family Newspapers? Sex, private life and the British popular press. JOURNALISM STUDIES, 11(2), pp. 285–286.
  2. Greenslade, R. (2000). Monstermania and tabloid antics. Index on Censorship, 29(5), pp. 70–75. doi:10.1080/03064220008536803.
  3. Greenslade, R. (2000). Monstermania and tabloid antics (The child molester, monster of the new millennium). INDEX ON CENSORSHIP, 29(5), pp. 70–+. doi:10.1080/03064220008536803.
  4. Greenslade, R. (1996). Lessons learned from the British newspaper experience. Editor and Publisher, 129(29), pp. 72–X20.
  5. GREENSLADE, R. (1994). NEWS AND JOURNALISM IN THE UK - MCNAIR,B. MEDIA CULTURE & SOCIETY, 16(4), pp. 714–716.
  6. GREENSLADE, R. (1993). SKY IS NOT THE LIMIT. NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, 6(269), pp. 16–17.
  7. GREENSLADE, R. (1993). A CRACKED MIRROR. NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, 6(252), pp. 17–17.
  8. GREENSLADE, R. (1992). TORY TABLOID TWITCHINESS. NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, 5(224), pp. 23–23.

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