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Your Bibliography: Scott, J. and Marshall, G. (2005). A Dictionary of Sociology. 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.249.
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Your Bibliography: Curran, J. and Gurevitch, M. (2005). Mass Media and Society. 4th ed. London: Arnold.
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Your Bibliography: Beck, U. (n.d.). Ulrich Beck [electronic resource] : Pioneer in Cosmopolitan Sociology and Risk Society. Springer.
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Your Bibliography: Williams, A. and Baláž, V. (2015). Migration, risk and uncertainty. New York: Routlegde.
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Your Bibliography: Menand, L. (2018). Nukes of Hazard. [online] The New Yorker. Available at: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2013/09/30/nukes-of-hazard [Accessed 1 Mar. 2018].
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Your Bibliography: Castles, S., Haas, H. and Miller, M. (2014). The age of migration. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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