• Papadopoulou, L. & Maniou, T.A. (2024). ‘SLAPPed and censored? Legal threats and challenges to press freedom and investigative reporting. Journalism, online first. doi: 10.1177/14648849241242181.
  • Maniou, T.A., & Papadopoulou, L. (2024). ‘Is it time to send in the clowns’? What happens to ‘the rest of the news’ in social media during extreme crises. Media Watch. Online first. doi: 10.1177/09760911241238376.
  • Trifonova-Price, L., Clark, M., Papadopoulou, L., & Maniou, T.A. (2023). Southern European press challenges in a time of crisis: A cross-national study of Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece and Malta. Journalism, 1-20. doi: 10.1177/14648849231213503.
  • Maniou, T.A., & Ketteni, E. (2023). “It’s the Economy, Stupid!”, Is it not? The Relationship between Press Freedom and the Status of the Economy in Western Media Systems. Journalism Studies, doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2023.2184175.
  • Bantimaroudis, P., Maniou, T.A., & Ziogas, T. (2023). You are the agenda: The pursuit of personal significance in social media contexts. Communications, doi: 10.1515/commun-2021-0107.

Journal Publications in Greek:

  • Maniou, Th. & I. Photiou. (2015). ‘The Banking crisis of 2013 in Cyprus and the role of newspapers: Investigative Journalism in the microscope’. DIMOSIOGRAFIA (Greek edition of Columbia Journalism Review). 1 (6-7): 12 – 15 (in Greek)
  • Eteokleous, Ν. & Th. Maniou. (2012). ‘The use of Social Media in the Academic Education’. Sygxroni Ekpaidefsi, 171: 89-119 (in Greek)