Price, L. (2015). Journalists' Perceptions of Nomenklatura Networks and Media Ownership in Post-Communist Bulgaria. Medijske Studije / Media Studies, 6 (11), 19-33.
Trifonova Price, L. (2015). Secrets, Lies, and Journalist-Spies: the contemporary moral dilemma for Bulgarian media professionals. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 20 (2), 185-203. http://doi.org/10.1177/1940161214555554
Trifonova Price, L. (2014). A free press: time for the EU to act. British Journalism Review, 25 (3), 50-54. http://doi.org/10.1177/0956474814550600
Trifonova Price, L. (2009). Media Models – how do they fit in the Bulgarian context? In Eleftherakis, G., Hannam, S., Kalyva, E., & Psychogios, A. (Eds.) Infusing Research and Knowledge in South-East Europe, (pp. 89-99).
Trifonova Price, L. (2021). Ethical Codes in Post-communist Countries: The Case of Bulgaria and Romania. In Price, L., Sanders, K., & Wyatt, W.N. (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Journalism Ethics. Routledge
Trifonova Price, L. (2021). The post communist “hybrid” tabloid – between the serious and the “yellow”. In Conboy, M., & Eldridge II, S.A. (Eds.) The Global Tabloid. Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/Global-Tabloid-Culture-and-Technology/Conboy-II/p/book/9780367336264
Hanney, R. (2020). Making Projects Real in a Higher Education Context. In Morley, D.A., & Jamil, M.D.G. (Eds.) Applied Pedagogies in Higher Education – real world learning and innovation across the curriculum. (pp. 163-185). Palgrave Macmillan: http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46951-1_8
Trifonova Price, L. (2020). Between a rock and a hard place: continued struggle of media and journalism in Bulgaria’s media system. In 6+1 Proposals for the Future of Journalism. Intellect
Trifonova Price, L. (2019). Post-communist Media and the Impact of Democratization in Bulgaria and Romania. In Polonska, E., & Beckett, C. (Eds.) Public Service Broadcasting and Media Systems in Troubled European Democracies. Palgrave Macmillan: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030027094
Trifonova Price, L. (2018). "Bear in mind...and do not bite the hand that feeds You”. Institutionalized Self-Censorship and Its Impact on Journalistic Practice in Post communist Countries—the Case of Bulgaria. In Freedman, E., Goodman, R.S., & Steyn, E. (Eds.) Critical Perspectives on Journalistic Beliefs and Actions. Routledge: http://doi.org/10.4324/9781315161099
Trifonova Price, L. (Ed.). (2021). Routledge Companion of Journalism Ethics. (1st). Routledge.
Harrison, J., Pukallus, S., & Trifonova Price, L. (2014). The non-reporting of and the public’s interest in crimes against journalists and the issue of impunity. Centre for Freedom of the Media. http://www.cfom.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/SHEFFIELD-FINAL-Focus-Group-31oct14-4.pdf
Trifonova Price, L. (2018). Building reflexive practitioners: Engaging journalism students with teaching of research methods. Presented at: Association of Journalism Educators’ (AJE) summer conference, Canterbury Christ Church University
Trifonova Price, L. (2017). A free press is no match for corruption: how corruption poisoned the Bulgarian post-communist press. Presented at: Second International Journal of Press/Politics conference, Oxford University
Trifonova Price, L. (2017). Journalism in Danger: Engaging Students Outside the Classroom. Presented at: Association of Journalism Educators’ (AJE) winter conference, Westminster University
Trifonova Price, L. (2016). Extending the Journalism Classroom through Technology Enhanced Learning. Presented at: Faculty of Social Science Teaching Excellence Conference “Promoting Teaching Excellence –TEF and Beyond, Sheffield University
Trifonova, P., & Sreedharan, C. (2015). The HONY Model: Extending The Journalism Classroom Using Social Media. Presented at: Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference 'Finding our social identity', Sheffield Hallam University
Trifonova Price, L. (2020). Threats to journalism safety and freedom of expression in Bulgaria. Presented at: World Press Freedom Day Conference, The Hague but virtual presentations
Trifonova Price, L. (2020). Threats to journalism safety and freedom of expression in Bulgaria. Presented at: World Press Freedom Day Conference, The Hague but virtual presentation