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Why doesn’t every family practice rainwater harvesting? Factors that affect the decision to adopt rainwater harvesting as a household water security strategy in central Uganda (2018)
Journal Article
Staddon, C., Rogers, J., Warriner, C., Ward, S., & Powell, W. (2018). Why doesn’t every family practice rainwater harvesting? Factors that affect the decision to adopt rainwater harvesting as a household water security strategy in central Uganda. Water International, 43(8), 1114-1135. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2018.1535417

© 2018, © 2018 The Author(s). Published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article investigates the reasons householders do, and don’t, adopt domestic rainwater harvesting (DRWH). Using a mixed-methods research approach,... Read More about Why doesn’t every family practice rainwater harvesting? Factors that affect the decision to adopt rainwater harvesting as a household water security strategy in central Uganda.

United Kingdom: Post-Leveson, media accountability is all over the place (2017)
Book Chapter
Jempson, M., Powell, W., & Reardon, S. (2017). United Kingdom: Post-Leveson, media accountability is all over the place. In T. Eberwein, S. Fengler, & M. Karmasin (Eds.), The European Handbook of Media AccountabilityRoutledge

In recent years, the media in the UK have been under greater scrutiny than ever before, across all platforms. Journalists have been the subject of protracted criminal investigations and trials. The Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethi... Read More about United Kingdom: Post-Leveson, media accountability is all over the place.

How effective is media self-regulation? Results from a comparative survey of European journalists (2015)
Journal Article
Lönnendonker, J., Zambrano, S. V., Väliverronen, J., Heikkilä, H., Baisnée, O., Fengler, S., …Zambrano, S. (2015). How effective is media self-regulation? Results from a comparative survey of European journalists. European Journal of Communication, 30(3), 249-266. https://doi.org/10.1177/0267323114561009

© The Author(s) 2015 This article presents key results of a comparative journalists’ survey on media accountability, for which 1762 journalists in 14 countries had been interrogated online. The article explores how European journalists perceive the i... Read More about How effective is media self-regulation? Results from a comparative survey of European journalists.

More accountability in the digital age? The influence of new technologies (2014)
Book Chapter
Powell, W., & Jempson, M. (2014). More accountability in the digital age? The influence of new technologies. In S. Russ-Mohl, S. Fengler, T. Eberwein, G. Mazzoleni, & C. Porlezza (Eds.), Journalists and Media Accountability, 115-128. Peter Lang

Analysis and commentary on survey of journalists attitudes towards online accountability and transparency across 14 European and Arab countries, conducted as part of the MediaAct project

Blame not the mobile phone, 'twas ever thus' (2012)
Book Chapter
Jempson, M., & Powell, W. (2012). Blame not the mobile phone, 'twas ever thus'. In R. L. Keeble, & J. Mair (Eds.), The Phone Hacking Scandal: Journalism on TrialArima