David Cox

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Full name: David Cox

Area of interest: Communications and environmental issues

Journals/Organisation: The Guardian

Email: david.cox@guardian.co.uk

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Website: Guardian.co / David Cox

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Forthcoming work: writing a book on political disengagement and disintermediation entitled The Rule of the Rabble

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The Guardian: 'Film blog'

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Remit/Info: Analyses recent cinema releases from a sociocultural perspective

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Day published: Monday

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Articles: 2009

The Guardian: 'comment'

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Articles: 2009

  • Who's the snitch? - Carol Thatcher's accuser should come forward to justify his or her breach of a sacred broadcasting ordinance - 6th February 2009
  • Stakeholders to the stake - Public policy is being shaped by vested interests rather than the public interest. Broadcasting is only the latest example - 23rd January 2009
  • Let's have more courtroom drama - Out-of-court settlements in disputed discrimination cases have the potential to cover up misconduct and cheat taxpayers - 8th January 2009
  • Unwelcome guests - The BBC's Today programme is too important to be handed over to celebrity editors - 3rd January 2009

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