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Miller, D., Brown, L., Dinan, W. and Stavinoha, L., eds., 2015. Forthcoming. Researching the Powerful : Public Sociology in Action. London, U. K.: Routledge. (Routledge: Advances in Sociology)
Miller, D., 2014. Media Power and Class Power : Overplaying Ideology. In: Çoban, S., ed. Media and Left. Brill, pp. 44-66.
Miller, D. and Harkins, C., 2014. Webs Of Influence : Corporate Impacts On Governance. In: Anderson, P., Bühringer, G. and Colom, J., eds. Reframing addiction: policies, processes and pressures. .
Blackbourn, J., Dexter, H., Dhanda, R. and Miller, D., 2012. A decade on from 11 September 2001: : What has critical terrorism studies learned? Critical Studies on Terrorism, 5 (1), 1 - 157.
Miller, D. and Sabir, R., 2012. Counterterrorism as counterinsurgency in the UK "war on terror". In: Whyte, D. and Poynting, S., eds. Counter Terrorism and State Political Violence. London: Routledge.
Dinan, W. and Miller, D., 2012. Sledgehammers, nuts and rotten apples : Reassessing the case for lobbying self-regulation in the United Kingdom. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 1 (1), pp. 105-114.
Miller, D., Mills, T. A. and Harkins, S., 2011. Teaching about terrorism in the United Kingdom : How it is done and what problems it causes. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 4 (3), pp. 405-420.
Mills, T., Griffin, T. and Miller, D., 2011. The Cold War on British Muslims: An examination of Policy Exchange and the Centre for Social Cohesion. Other. Glasgow: Public Interest Investigations.
Sklair, L. and Miller, D., 2010. Capitalist globalization, corporate social responsibility and social policy. Critical Social Policy, 30 (4), pp. 472-495.
Miller, D. and Harkins, C., 2010. Corporate strategy, corporate capture: food and alcohol industry lobbying and public health. Critical Social Policy, 30 (4), pp. 564-589.
Miller, D. and Ahmad, I., 2010. Powerbase : A collaborative resource for monitoring power networks. Radical Statistics, 102, pp. 4-16.
Miller, D. and Mills, T. A., 2010. Counterinsurgency and terror expertise: the integration of social scientists into the war effort. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 23 (2), pp. 203-221.
Miller, D., 2010. How neoliberalism got where it is: Elite planning, corporate lobbying and the release of the free market. In: Birch, K. and Mykhnenko, V., eds. The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism The Collapse of an Economic Order? London: Zed Books.
Davidson, N., McCafferty, P. and Miller, D., eds., 2010. Neoliberal Scotland : Class and Society in a Stateless Nation. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Miller, D., 2010. Who rules Scotland? Neoliberalism, the Scottish ruling class and its intellectuals. In: Davidson, N., McCafferty, P. and Miller, D., eds. Neoliberal Scotland: Class and Society in a Stateless Nation. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 93-136.
Miller, D. and Mills, T. A., 2009. The terror experts and the mainstream media : The expert nexus and its dominance in the news media. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 2 (3), pp. 414-437.
Dinan, W. and Miller, D., 2009. Revolving Doors, Accountability and Transparency: Emerging Regulatory Concerns and Policy Solutions in the Financial Crisis. Discussion Paper. Paris: OECD.
Miller, D., 2009. Corporate lobbying’s new frontier: from influencing policy-making to shaping public debate. In: Zinnbauer, D., ed. Global Corruption Report. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Press in association with Transparency International, pp. 39-41.
Miller, D., 2009. Korrumpierung der Spielregeln : Von legitimer Einflussnahme zur Eroberung von Regulierung und Politik. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 22 (1), pp. 40-47.
Dinan, W. and Miller, D., 2008. Transparency in EU decision making, holding corporations to account: why the ETI needs mandatory lobbying disclosure. In: Corruption and democracy: Political Finances, Conflicts of Interest, Lobbying, Justice. Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing.
Miller, D. and Dinan, W., 2007. A Century of Spin : How Public Relations Became the Cutting Edge of Corporate Power. London, U. K.: Pluto Press.
Dinan, W. and Miller, D., eds., 2007. Thinker, Faker, Spinner, Spy: Corporate PR and the Assault on Democracy. London: Pluto Press.
Miller, D., 2006. Propaganda-managed democracy: the UK and the lessons of Iraq. Socialist Register, 42.
Philo, G. and Miller, D., 2005. Communication and power : Production, consumption and reproduction. Developments in Sociology: An Annual Review, 21, pp. 97-120.
Miller, D., 2004. System failure: it's not just the media — the whole political system has failed. Journal of Public Affairs, 4 (4), pp. 374-383.
Miller, D., 2004. Information dominance: The philosophy of total propaganda control. In: Kamalipour, Y. and Snow, N., eds. War, Media and Propaganda: A Global Perspective. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 7-16.
Miller, D., ed., 2004. Tell Me Lies: Propaganda and Media Distortion in the Attack on Iraq. London: Pluto Press.
Miller, D., 2002. Media power and class power: overplaying ideology. Socialist Register, 38.
Miller, D., 2002. Opinion polls and the misrepresentation of public opinion on the war with afghanistan. Television & New Media, 3 (2), pp. 153-161.
Miller, D. and Philo, G., 2001. Corrupting research : how the market shapes science. Sociology Review, 11 (1), pp. 24-27.
Philo, G. and Miller, D., eds., 2001. Market Killing: What Capitalism does and what Social Scientists can do about it. Harlow: Longman.
Schlesinger, P. and Miller, D., 2001. Open Scotland? Journalists, Spin Doctors and Lobbyists. Edinburgh: Polygon.
Miller, D., 1999. Risk, science and policy: definitional struggles, information management, the media and BSE. Social Science and Medicine, 49 (9), pp. 1239-1255.
Miller, E., Miller, D., Philo, G. and , G. M. G., 1999. Reporting child deaths: a study carried out by the Glasgow Media Group for the NSPCC. In: Cloke, C., ed. Out of Sight: NSPCC report on child deaths from abuse. London, UK: National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, pp. 42-56.
Miller, D., 1999. Introducing the 'gay gene': media and scientific representations. Public Understanding of Science, 4 (3), pp. 269-284.
Miller, D. and Macintyre, S., 1999. Risk communication: The relationships between the media, public beliefs and policy-making. In: Calman, K. and Davies, P., eds. Risk Communication and Public Health. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Miller, D., 1998. Colonialism and Academic Representations of the Troubles. In: Miller, D., ed. Rethinking Northern Ireland: Colonialism, Power and Ideology. London: Longman.
Miller, D., 1998. Mediating science: promotional strategies, media coverage, public belief and decision making. In: Scanlon, E., Whitelegg, E. and Yates, S., eds. Communicating Science: Contexts and Channels. London: Routledge in association with the Open University.
Miller, D., 1994. Understanding 'terrorism': contrasting audience interpretations of the televised conflict in Ireland. In: Aldridge, M. and Hewitt, N., eds. Controlling Broadcasting: Access, Policy and Practice in North America and Europe.13 ed. Manchester: Manchester University Press in association with the Fulbright Commission. (Fulbright Papers)
Miller, D., 1993. Official sources and 'primary definition' : the case of Northern Ireland. Media, Culture & Society, 15 (3), pp. 385-406.
Judge, K., Solomon, M., Miller, D. and Philo, G., 1992. Public opinion, the NHS, and the media: changing patterns and perspectives. BMJ, 304 (6831), pp. 892-895.
Miller, D., 1992. Contesting political violence : terrorism, propaganda and the media. The Linen Hall Review, 9 (1), pp. 37-39.