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Jewell, John 2017. Jeremy Corbyn didn't win the general election but won the campaign. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Election day's broadcast restrictions offer the nation a welcome respite. The Conversation

Jewell, John 2017. Why hosting the Uefa Champions League final is a branding dream for Cardiff. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. How Emily Owen's case is just the tip of politics' sexism iceberg. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to play the media game comes at a cost. The Western Mail 2017 (15 May)

Jewell, John 2017. Empty chairs in election TV debates will say so much. The Western Mail 2017 (8 May)

Jewell, John 2017. Britain's Got Talent, X Factor... Our insatiable appetite for TV talent shows explored. The Western Mail 2017 (3 May)

Jewell, John 2017. Why Car Share is the one of the greatest comedies ever made. The Conversation 2017 (2 May)

Jewell, John 2017. Their Finest - and how WWII triggered a bold cinematic renaissance. The Conversation

Jewell, John 2017. My love letter to Peter Kay's Car Share. The Western Mail 2017 (17 Apr)

Jewell, John 2017. Immigration is an issue that needs calm debate, not prejudice and untruths. The Western Mail 2017 (10 Apr)

Jewell, John 2017. Accuracy must not be a victim of these atrocities. The Western Mail 2017 (3 Apr)

Jewell, John 2017. Should Twitter be friend or foe. The Western Mail 2017 (27 Mar)

Jewell, John 2017. Should Twitter be a friend or foe? The Western Mail 2017 (27 Mar)

Jewell, John 2017. You think your gadgets serve you - but they may be serving others. The Western Mail 2017 (20 Mr)

Jewell, John 2017. Sky takeover would bring more power and influence to Murdochs. The Western Mail 2017 (13 Mar)

Jewell, John 2017. And the winner is... Exposing the scandal of the Oscars' goody bags. The Western Mail 2017 (6 Mar)

Jewell, John 2017. If Facebook ruled the world: Mark Zuckerberg's vision of a digital future. The Conversation 2017 (Feb 22)

Jewell, John 2017. Why satire is thriving in the Trump era. Newsweek

Jewell, John 2017. Private Eye circulation soars as readers turn to satire - funny that. The Conversation 2017 (Feb 14)

Jewell, John 2017. Brand Beckham will weather the email storm. The Conversation 2017 (Feb 10)

Jewell, John 2017. Everything you wanted to know about @realdonaldtrump's Twitter habit. The Conversation 2017 (Feb 2)

Jewell, John 2017. Empty chairs in election TV debates will say so much. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2016. Lego vs Daily Mail strikes at paper's weak spot: its advertising revenue. The Conversation 2016 (Nov 14)

Kidd, Jenny and Jewell, John 2016. Creativity and Conflict: Student responses to WW1 then and now. Presented at: International Artistic Creation During WW1 symposium, Cardiff University, November 11th and 12th 2016.

Jewell, John 2016. Ian Hislop's right: Murdoch's cosy relationship with Tories should be investigated. The Conversation 2016 (28 Oct)

Jewell, John 2016. PR firms are becoming more powerful, but good journalism still prevails. The Conversation 2016 (Oct 19)

Jewell, John 2016. Sam Allardyce 'sting' is the latest chapter in a new era of investigative reporting. The Conversation 2016 (28 Sep)

Jewell, John 2016. Aberfan tragedy 50 years on: avoidable disaster, media dilemma, open wound [Newspaper Article]. The Irish Times 2016 (21 Sep)

Jewell, John 2016. How the horror of war gets lost in the media's short compassion cycle. The Conversation 2016 (22 Aug)

Jewell, John 2016. Regional newspapers are starving to death but can local journalism survive? The Conversation 2016 (4 Aug)

Jewell, John 2016. Will Roger Ailes's departure after sexual harrassment allegations hobble Fox News? Don't count on it. The Conversation 2016 (22 Jul)

Jewell, John 2016. Tony Blair took Britain to war in 2003 - but most of Fleet Street marched with him. The Conversation 2016 (5 July)

Jewell, John 2016. "Our casualties not heavy": how British press covered the Battle of the Somme. The Conversation 2016 (30 Jun)

Jewell, John 2016. "I wish you'd told us that before": Sun readers (and former editor) wake up to buyer's remorse over Brexit. The Conversation 2016 (28 Jun)

Jewell, John 2016. Come on Wales - outrage over Mars support for England football team is storm in a tea-break. The Conversation 2016 (31 May)

Jewell, John 2016. BBC gets out of the kitchen as government turns up the heat. The Conversation 2016 (17 May)

Jewell, John 2016. New Day barely dawned: here's why UK's latest paper closed after just two months. The Conversation 2016 (5 May)

Jewell, John 2016. Finally, the truth about Hillsborough (but you won't read it on the front of The Sun). The Conversation 2016 (27 Apr)

Jewell, John 2016. Panama Papers: media attacks on Cameron may have more to do with Brexit than banking. The Conversation 2016 (11 Apr)

Jewell, John 2016. Are people getting a bit tired of being lectured to by do-gooding celebrities? The Conversation 2016 (18 Mar)

Jewell, John 2016. Will readers rise to greet The New Day? Here's what I thought of Britain's new paper. The Conversation 2016 (29 Feb)

Jewell, John 2016. Stephen Fry quits Twitter after online roasting shock: this is news, right? The Conversation 2016 (22 Feb)

Jewell, John 2016. The future is digital - let's hope the online-only Independent will be part of it. The Conversation 2016 (15 Feb)

Jewell, John 2016. Press urges Britain to "Keep calm and blame Europe". The Conversation 2016 (5 Feb)

Jewell, John 2016. Here comes the son: Sky's not the limit for James Murdoch. The Conversation 2016 (Jan 29)

Jewell, John 2015. COP21: thanks to our sponsors, the climate debate is open for business. The Conversation 2015 (Dec 1)

Jewell, John 2015. Daily Mail reverts to type as media makes sense of Paris atrocities. The Conversation 2015 (20 Nov)

Jewell, John 2015. On a clear day you can see Apple Corp (in fact, that's pretty much all you can see). The Conversation 2015 (17 Nov)

Jewell, John 2015. Free speech in the chiller as police pounce on journalists and academics. The Conversation 2015 (30 Oct)

Jewell, John 2015. In a spin: why Seumas Milne is the wrong spokesman for Jeremy Corbyn. The Conversation 2015 (23 Oct)

Jewell, John 2015. How Charlotte Church kept cool in the eye of a tabloid and Twitter storm. The Conversation 2015 (12 Oct)

Jewell, John 2015. How Disney will make US$5 billion from Star Wars 7 merchandise. The Conversation 2015 (21 Sep)

Jewell, John 2015. This is a hellish time to be a journalist. The Conversation 2015 (2 Sept)

Jewell, John 2015. Song remains the same for UK papers when it comes to Labour leadership. The Conversation 2015 (22 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. Bad news week for BBC as Murdoch press sharpens claws. The Conversation 2015 (14 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. What's in a name? Cameron singles out the BBC in Islamic State coverage. The Conversation 2015 (29 Jun)

Jewell, John 2015. Strange bedfellows unite to fight TTIP - but will it work? The Conversation 2015 (10 Jul)

Jewell, John 2015. Coulson acquittal: Beginning of the end game for Leveson? The Conversation 2015 (4 June)

Jewell, John 2015. How Fleet Street turned Dunkirk from catastrophe into cultural icon. The Conversation 2015 (27 May)

Jewell, John 2015. Is Facebook's instant article the death of the paywall? The Conversation 2015 (21 May)

Jewell, John 2015. News, jokes and listicles: Here's how BuzzFeed changed the face of journalism. The Conversation 2015 (Jun 18)

Jewell, John 2015. Election coverage: sweet victory or a new low for the UK press. The Conversation 2015 (9 May)

Jewell, John 2015. Two faced Sun shows Rupert can swing both ways if there is something in it for him. The Conversation 2015 (1 May)

Jewell, John 2015. Newspapers run a sexist eye over UK election. The Conversation 2015 (27 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. Katie Hopkins and the Sun: when the unreadable prints the unspeakable. The Conversation 2015 (20 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. Quality has been sacrificed in the 'melee of digital change' at the Daily Telegraph. The Conversation 2015 (16 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. How Margaret Thatcher invented the modern British election campaign. The Conversation 2015 (9 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. Can a plug from Martin Freeman make up for Ant and Dec fleeing the Labour fold? The Conversation 2015 (2 Apr)

Jewell, John 2015. For the Mirror Group, buying the Daily Express would be a blast into the past not the future. The Conversation 2015 (26 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. Tories hope attack ads will put election in their pocket. The Conversation 2015 (16 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. Guardian fortunes appear revived as leadership contest enters home straight. The Conversation 2015 (9 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. Lies, slurs and dodgy experts: welcome to the nightly news. The Conversation 2015 (3 Mar)

Jewell, John 2015. Brace yourselves - this election will see more political adverts. And it won't be pretty. The Conversation 2015 (23 Feb)

Jewell, John 2015. John Cantlie: A final message from a hostage to fortune? The Conversation 2015 (13 Feb)

Jewell, John 2015. Question Time: serious political debate or a popularity contest for needy egos? The Conversation 2015 (30 Jan)

Jewell, John 2015. Wouldn't you just know it? The Sun's Page 3 cover up turned out to be a storm in a D cup. The Conversation 2015 (23 Jan)

Jewell, John 2015. Sunday Times resurgent jewel in Murdoch's battered crown. The Conversation 2015 (13 Jan)

Jewell, John 2015. Very British scandal continues rich tradition of tabloid titillation - and never mind the ethics. The Conversation 2015 (29 Jul)

Jewell, John 2014. Russell Brand may be a soundbite on legs - but he's not about to go away. The Conversation 2014 (5 Dec)

Jewell, John 2014. Mili no mates - mocking Labour leaders is what tabloids do best. The Conversation 2014 (21 Nov)

Jewell, John 2014. Panorama and the fake Sheikh? Trawling tabloid excesses. The Conversation 2014 (14 Nov)

Jewell, John 2014. Love them or hate them, BTL comments have changed journalism forever. The Conversation 2014 (7 Nov)

Jewell, John 2014. BBC flexes its money making muscles as Guardian call foul. The Conversation

Jewell, John 2014. Bradlee was a bold editor who helped us understand the world. The Conversation 2014 (22 Oct)

Jewell, John 2014. Branded content: how online advertorials are changing the shape of modern journalism. The Conversation 2014 (14 Oct)

Jewell, John 2014. The five-point plan used to justify fighting wars is being deployed in media again. The Conversation 2014 (2 Oct)

Jewell, John 2014. Terribly effective Islamic State propaganda draws the west into another conflict. The Conversation 2014 (18 Sep)

Jewell, John 2014. How Rupert Murdoch is sticking his oar into Scotland's independence referendum. The Conversation 2014 (10 Sep)

Jewell, John 2014. Surprise, surprise, twitter is outraged by Blair's GQ award. The Conversation 2014 (4 Sep)

Jewell, John 2014. Gridlock, closed schools and a ring of steel: the view from Cardiff as NATO descends. The Conversation 2014 (29 Aug)

Jewell, John 2014. 'There is a list of students who have joined up. there are 129 names...' how Cardiff University's student newspaper reported World War One. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2014. Media studies: course for concern or the genuine article? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2014. Dealing with graphic content is a moral minefield for journalists. The Conversation 2014 (12 Aug)

Jewell, John 2014. Press baron and propagandist who led charge into World War I. The Conversation 2014 (31 Jul)

Jewell, John 2014. Hacking affair is not over - but what would a second Leveson inquiry achieve? The Conversation 2014 (25 Jul)

Jewell, John 2014. Opinion: kicking off about the World Cup of advertising [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail 2014 (2 Jun)

Jewell, John 2014. Likes and tweets help Ronaldo brand it like Beckham. The Conversation

Jewell, John 2014. Bottled water is the marketing trick of the century. The Conversation 2014 (23 Apr)

Jewell, John 2014. The Call Centre: Why annoying has never been so moving [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2014. Miners' strike the first IR dispute won and lost in the media. The Conversation 2014 (5 Mar)

Jewell, John 2014. E-cigs let Big Tobacco get creative with advertising. The Conversation 2014 (19 Feb)

Jewell, John 2014. Hailing Hitler: why Godwin's law never gets old. The Conversation 2014 (17 Feb)

Jewell, John 2014. Journalism in the dock: the prosecution rests. The Conversation 2014 (7 Feb)

Jewell, John 2014. How arts journalism can thrive in the age of PR. The Conversation 2014 (4 Feb)

Jewell, John 2014. Charity campaigns may cause outrage, but shock sells. The Conversation 2014 (27 Feb)

Jewell, John 2014. Forget Seahawks vs Broncos, ads are the Super Bowl stars. The Conversation 2014 (29 Jan)

Jewell, John 2014. Hatred, envy, fear? It's all in a day's work for British tabloids. The Conversation 2014 (17 Jan)

Jewell, John 2014. Bill Cosby's downfall was a display of social media power. The Conversation 2014 (28 Nov)

Jewell, John 2014. Making the news: how Alan Rusbridger became the story. The Conversation 2014 (12 Dec)

Jewell, John 2014. China's youth want a movie, a Coke and a Big Mac. The Conversation 2014 (3 Jan)

Jewell, John 2014. Phone hacking judge sums up as Coulson holds firm on stand. The Conversation 2014 (8 May)

Jewell, John 2014. Hacking trial: Brooks cleared, Coulson guilty on one charge. The Conversation (24 Jun)

Jewell, John 2014. Trust the Mail to stick the boot into the BBC over Cliff Richard. The Conversation 2014 (19 Aug)

Jewell, John 2013. Journalism in the dock: first month of phone hacking trial. The Conversation 2013 (29 Nov)

Jewell, John 2013. How Twitter has helped the emergence of a new journalism. The Conversation 2013 (4 Nov)

Jewell, John 2013. Roma in the tabloid crosshairs over 'blonde angels'. The Conversation 2013 (24 Oct)

Jewell, John 2013. Innuendo becomes currency of news in Madeleine McCann case. The Conversation 2013 (11 Oct)

Jewell, John 2013. Daily Mail attack on Miliband's father is hardly a new low. The Conversation 2013 (1 Oct)

Jewell, John 2013. Sidebar of blame: why we are addicted to Mail Online. The Conversation 2013 (27 Sep)

Jewell, John 2013. How propaganda pressed home the World War I lies [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2013. Why signing Gareth Bale for £85.3m makes perfect business sense for Real Madrid [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2013. Real Madrid's Bale money is a commercial investment. The Conversation 2013 (2 Sep)

Jewell, John 2013. Bully boy tactics make Guardian a player in its own nightmare scenario. The Conversation 2013 (21 Aug)

Jewell, John 2013. Asylum seekers the latest in a long line of tabloid 'folk devils'. The Conversation 2013 (16 Aug)

Jewell, John 2013. Why would anyone buy a newspaper? The Conversation 2013 (6 Aug)

Jewell, John 2013. After Leveson: the 66-year press regulation journey that ends as it began [Newspaper Article]. The Guardian

Jewell, John 2013. How many drinks in that 'last chance saloon'? The history of official inquiries into the British press. In: Mair, John ed. After Leveson? - The Future for British Journalism, Arima, pp. 37-45.

Jewell, John 2013. Governments don't always tell the truth on matters of security. The Conversation 2013 (21 Oct)

Jewell, John 2012. Schools show a real talent for journalism [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2012. The market value of gold: sponsorship, brands and the 2012 Olympics [Newspaper Article]. The Westen Mail

Jewell, John 2012. Why the Leveson Enquiry must never stand in the way of press freedom [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2012. Not fit for purpose: News International and the Commons Culture and Media Select Committee [Blog]. Bevan Foundation: Blog 2012 (2 May)

Jewell, John 2012. Remembering the Falklands: the worst-reported conflict of the century [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Moore, Kerry and Jewell, John 2012. Black role models and the news. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics 9 (2/3) , n/a.

Jewell, John 2011. How advertising influences your children [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2011. Libya: righteous crusade or a matter of politics and common sense [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2011. Communicating a war in Libya. Intermedia. International Institute of Communications 39 (3)

Jewell, John and Moore, Kerry 2011. Black role models and the news. Presented at: How can mainstream media engage effectively with Black and Ethnic Minority audiences?, Birt Acres Lecture Theatre, Bute Building, CardiffUniversity, 16 June 2011.

Moore, Kerry, Jewell, John and Cushion, Stephen 2011. Media representations of black young men and boys: Report of the REACH media monitoring project. [Project Report]. London: Crown. Available at: http://lx.iriss.org.uk/sites/default/files/resourc...
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Jewell, John 2011. How the West waged the propaganda war against Gadaffi. In: Mair, John and Keeble, Richard Lance eds. Mirage in the Desert: reporting the 'Arab Spring', Bury St. Edmunds: Amira Publishing,

Jewell, John 2010. Gavin and Stacey: class, gender and Welsh identity in Series One. Presented at: Gavin and Stacey Symposium: “What’s occurrin’?” Gavin and Stacey & the Contemporary Sitcom, Cardiff, 18 September 2010.

Jewell, John 2009. Gavin and Stacey: a cultural phenomenon [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2009. Gavin and Stacey - character, region and Welsh identity in Series One. Cyfrwng Media Wales Journal 6

Jewell, John 2008. Prince Harry and the Chamber of Secrets [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2008. “I Don’t Know if it’s a Cultural Thing...” Migration into Cardiff. Planet Magazine: The Welsh Internationalist 191 , pp. 41-46.

Jewell, John 2008. The Prince goes to war. Intermedia: International Institute of Communications 36 (2)

Threadgold, Terry Roslyn, Clifford, Sadie, Arwo, Abdi, Powell,, Vanessa, Harb, Zahera, Jiang, Xinyi and Jewell, John 2008. Immigration and inclusion in South Wales. [Project Report]. Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Available at: http://www.jrf.org.uk/publications/immigration-and...
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Jewell, John 2008. The media coverage of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Presented at: MeCCSA Conference 2008, School of Journalism Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, 9 – 11 January 2008.

Thomas, James, Cushion, Stephen and Jewell, John 2004. Stirring up apathy? Political disengagement and the media in the 2003 Welsh Assembly elections. Journal of Public Affairs 4 (4) , pp. 355-363. 10.1002/pa.198

Thomas, James, Jewell, John and Cushion, Stephen 2004. The media and the 2003 Welsh Assembly elections. Representation: The Journal of Representative Democracy 40 (4) , pp. 281-287. 10.1080/00344890408523277

Jewell, John 2004. A home for refugees : writing Wales differently. Cyfrwng : Media Wales Journal 1 , pp. 77-90.

Thomas, James, Jewell, John and Cushion, Stephen 2003. The National Assembly for Wales elections 2003: The official report and results. [Project Report]. London: The Electoral Commission. Available at: http://http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/__dat...

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