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Abdullah, Z. and Threadgold, Terry Roslyn 2008. Towards the professionalisation of public relations in Malaysia: Perception management and strategy development. Public Relations Review 34 (3) , pp. 285-287. 10.1016/j.pubrev.2008.04.003

Abdullah, Zulhamri 2006. Towards the professionalisation of public relations/corporate communications in Malaysia : perception management and strategy development. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Abousnnouga, Gill and Machin, David 2011. Visual discourses of the role of women in war commemoration: A multimodal analysis of British war monuments. Journal of Language and Politics 10 (3) , pp. 322-346. 10.1075/jlp.10.3.02abo

Abousnnouga, Naiema Gillian 2012. Visual and written discourses of British commemorative war monuments. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Abousnnouga, Naiema Gillian and Machin, David 2008. The visual institutionalisation of discourses in war monuments. In: Mayr, Andrea ed. Language and power: an introduction to institutional discourse, London: Continuum, pp. 115-137.

Adams, Rachel Conde, Sumner, Petroc, Stonkute, Solveiga, Barrington, Amy, Williams, Andy, Boivin, Jacky, Chambers, Christopher and Bott, Lewis 2017. How readers understand causal and correlational expressions used in news headlines. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. 23 (1) , pp. 1-14. 10.1037/xap0000100
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Afful, Ebo 2016. Journalism, election campaigns and democracy in Ghana. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Agbonkhese, Racheal 2014. Agenda setting for maternal mortality in Nigeria: a comparative study of the media agenda for maternal mortality and HIV/aids. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2008. Editorial. Social Identities 14 (1) , pp. 1-2. 10.1080/13504630701848382

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2008. Editorial. Social Identities 14 (3) , pp. 293-294. 10.1080/13504630802087963

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2009. Election reflections [Editorial]. Social Identities 15 (1) , pp. 1-2. 10.1080/13504630802692820

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2009. Editorial. Social Identities 15 (2) , pp. 167-168. 10.1080/13504630902778511

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2010. Editorial. Social Identities 16 (1) , pp. 1-2. 10.1080/13504630903465837

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2014. Greenwashing social identity [Editorial]. Social Identities 20 (1) , pp. 1-4. 10.1080/13504630.2013.878983

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2014. The prosumer [Editorial]. Social Identities 20 (4-5) , pp. 259-261. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1004830

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2015. Religion and violence [Editorial]. Social Identities 21 (2) , pp. 85-86. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1049445

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2015. To count or not to count? [Editorial]. Social Identities 21 (5) , pp. 423-424. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1100055

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2015. We are here because you were there [Editorial]. Social Identities 21 (6) , pp. 527-528. 10.1080/13504630.2015.1114705

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2016. Preface to Nihilism. Social Identities 22 (3) , p. 227. 10.1080/13504630.2016.1155281

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2016. Why do wars happen? Social Identities 22 (4) , pp. 347-349. 10.1080/13504630.2016.1158952

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2016. Brexit: the way of dealing with populism. Social Identities 22 (5) , pp. 453-454. 10.1080/13504630.2016.1186635

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2016. Rethinking global cities. Social Identities 22 (6) , pp. 559-560. 10.1080/13504630.2016.1203517

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2017. The year of voting dangerously. Social Identities 23 (1) , pp. 1-3. 10.1080/13504630.2016.1261478

Ahluwalia, Pal and Miller, Toby 2017. The great fault-line of politics. Social Identities 23 (3) , pp. 253-254. 10.1080/13504630.2017.1294556

Aimufua, Eghosa Godwin 2007. Press and national integration: Analysis of the role of the Nigerian press in the promotion of Nigerian national identity. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Alghamdy, Saeed Saleh Goshash 2011. A step towards democracy? 2005 municipal elections in Saudi Arabia. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Allan, Stuart 2008. Coffee houses as public sphere. In: Donsbach, Wolfgang ed. The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Vol. 3. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, pp. 539-541.

Allan, Stuart 2008. The cultural politics of news discourse. In: Ryan, Michael ed. Cultural Studies: an Anthology, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 936-957.

Allan, Stuart 2008. Media history. In: Donsbach, Wolfgang ed. The International Encyclopedia of Communication. Volume VII, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 2915-2926.

Allan, Stuart 2009. The future of science journalism. Journalism 10 (3) , pp. 280-282. 10.1177/1464884909102570

Allan, Stuart 2009. Making science newsworthy: exploring the conventions of science journalism. In: Holliman, Richard, Whitelegg, Elizabeth, Scanlon, Eileen, Smidt, Sam and Thomas, Jeff eds. Investigating Science Communication in the Information Age: Implications for Public Engagement and Popular Media, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 149-165.

Allan, Stuart 2010. Journalism and the culture of othering. Brazilian Journalism Review 6 (2) , pp. 26-40.

Allan, Stuart 2010. News culture (3rd ed.). Issues in Cultural and Media Studies, Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill/Open University Press.

Allan, Stuart 2010. OhmyNews (Korea). In: Downing, John D. H. ed. Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, pp. 373-374.

Allan, Stuart 2010. Professionalism: journalism without professional journalists? In: Steiner, Linda and Christians, Clifford G. eds. Key Concepts in Critical Cultural Studies, The History of Communication, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 145-157.

Allan, Stuart 2011. Book Review: Islam Dot Com: Contemporary Islamic Discourses in Cyberspace (2009). Mohammed el-Nawawy and Sahar Khamis. New York. Palgrave Macmillan. Journal of Middle East Media 7 (1)

Allan, Stuart 2011. Book review: Natalie Fenton (ed.): New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age. London: Sage, 2010. 220 pp. ISBN 978-1-84787-574-7 (pbk). Journalism 12 (1) , pp. 129-131. 10.1177/1464884910390272

Allan, Stuart 2011. Amateur photography in wartime: early histories. In: Andén-Papadopoulos, Kari and Pantti, Mervi eds. Amateur Images and Global News, Bristol: Intellect, pp. 41-60.

Allan, Stuart 2011. Citizen journalism. In: Downing, John ed. Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, Thousand Island, CA: Sage, pp. 98-99.

Allan, Stuart 2011. Documenting war, visualizing peace: towards peace photography. In: Shaw, Ibrahim Seaga, Lynch, Jake and Hackett, Robert A. eds. Expanding Peace Journalism: Comparative and Critical Approaches, Sydney: University of Sidney Press, pp. 147-167.

Allan, Stuart 2011. 'When discourse is torn from reality': Bakhtin and the principle of chronotopicity. In: Delamont, Sara and Atkinson, Paul Anthony eds. SAGE Qualitative Research Methods, Vol. 3. SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, London: Sage, pp. 307-330.

Allan, Stuart 2011. Book review: Vincent Kiernan, Embargoed Science. Public Understanding of Science 20 (2) , pp. 287-288. 10.1177/0963662510381199a

Allan, Stuart 2011. Introduction: Science journalism in a digital age. Journalism 12 (7) , pp. 771-777. 10.1177/1464884911412688

Allan, Stuart 2012. Citizen journalism and the rise of 'mass self-communication': reporting the London bombings. In: Wall, Melissa ed. Citizen Journalism: Valuable, Useless, or Dangerous?, London: International Debate Education Association, pp. 11-26.

Allan, Stuart 2012. Civic voices: social media and political protest. In: Mihailidis, Paul ed. News Literacy: Global Perspectives for the Newsroom and the Classroom, Mass communication and journalism, vol. 7. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 21-39.

Allan, Stuart 2012. Foreword. In: Shaw Seaga, Ibrahim Seaga ed. Human Rights Journalism: Advances in Reporting Distant Humanitarian Interventions, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, xi-xiii.

Allan, Stuart 2012. Journalism as interpretive performance: the case of Wikileaks. In: Peters, Chris and Broersma, M. J. eds. Rethinking Journalism: Trust and Participation in a Transformed News Landscape, New York: Routledge, pp. 144-159.

Allan, Stuart 2012. Online news reporting of crisis events: investigating the role of citizen witnessing. In: Veglis, Andreas and Siapera, Eugenia eds. The Handbook of Global Online Journalism, Handbooks in Communication and Media, Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 331-352. (10.1002/9781118313978.ch18)

Allan, Stuart 2013. Blurring boundaries: professional and citizen photojournalism in a digital age. In: Lister, Martin ed. The Photographic Image in Digital Culture (2nd ed.), Comedia, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 183-200.

Allan, Stuart 2013. Afterword. In: Scullion, Richard, Gerodimos, Roman, Jackson, Daniel and Likkeker, Darren G. eds. The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment, Routledge Research in Political Communication, vol. 8. London: Routledge, pp. 255-262.

Allan, Stuart 2013. Citizen witnessing: revisioning journalism in times of crisis. Key concepts in journalism, Cambridge: Polity Press.

Allan, Stuart 2013. The emerging ecology of online news. In: Lee, Francis L .F., Leung, Louis, Qiu, Jack Linchuan and Chu, Donna S. C. eds. Frontiers in New Media Research, Routledge Research in Information Technology and Society, vol. 15. New York: Routledge, pp. 153-172.

Allan, Stuart 2013. 'Humane truth-telling': photojournalism and the Syrian uprising. In: Moschovi, Alexandra, McKay, Carol and Plouviez, Arabella eds. The Versatile Image: Photography, Digital Technologies and the Internet, Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 107-126.

Allan, Stuart 2013. The new politics of protest: young people, social media and news l literacy. Global Media Journal: Slovak Edition 1 (1) , pp. 10-25.

Allan, Stuart 2013. Book review: Adrienne Russell, Networked: a Contemporary History of News in Transition, and, Ansgard Heinrich, Network Journalism: Journalistic Practice in Interactive Spheres. Media, Culture & Society 35 (3) , pp. 411-414. 10.1177/0163443712473416d

Allan, Stuart 2013. Reconnecting science and journalism post-Leveson. Three-D (20) , p. 9.

Allan, Stuart 2014. Photo-reportage of the Libyan conflict. In: Kennedy, Liam and Patrick, Caitlin eds. The Violence of the Image: Photography and International Conflict, London and New York: I.B. Taurus, pp. 167-192.

Allan, Stuart 2014. Reformulating photojournalism: Interweaving professional and citizen photo-reportage of the Boston bombings. In: Thorsen, Einar and Allan, Stuart eds. Citizen Journalism: Global perspectives, Vol. 2. Global Crises and the Media, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 155-169.

Allan, Stuart 2014. Foreword. In: Mabweazara, Hayes Mawindi, Mudhai, Okoth Fred and Whittaker, Jason eds. Online Journalism in Africa: Trends, Practices and Emerging Cultures, Routledge advances in internationalizing media studies, vol. 12. New York: Routledge, ix-x.

Allan, Stuart 2014. Witnessing in crisis: Photo-reportage of terror attacks in Boston and London. Media, War & Conflict 7 (2) , pp. 133-151. 10.1177/1750635214531110
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Allan, Stuart 2014. D. Bennett, Digital media and reporting conflict: Blogging and the BBC’s coverage of war and terrorism [Book Review]. European Journal of Communication 29 (5) , pp. 628-631. 10.1177/0267323114539430b
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Allan, Stuart 2015. Media history. In: Donsbach, W. ed. The Concise Encyclopedia of Communication, Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 358-360.

Allan, Stuart 2015. Reconsidering “the report” in a digital age. Journalism and Discourse Studies 1 (1) , pp. 5-6.
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Allan, Stuart 2015. Introduction: Photojournalism and citizen journalism. Journalism Practice 9 (4) , pp. 455-464. 10.1080/17512786.2015.1030131
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Allan, Stuart 2015. "iPhone-wielding amateurs”: The rise of citizen photojournalism. In: Atton, Chris ed. The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 357-366.

Allan, Stuart 2015. Visualizing human rights: The video advocacy of WITNESS. In: Cottle, Simon and Cooper, Glenda eds. Humanitarianism, Communications and Change, Global Crises and the Media, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 197-210.

Allan, Stuart 2015. London is burning: politics, protest and participation in newsmaking. In: Meso Ayerdi, K., Agirreazkuenaga Onaindia, I. and Larrondo Ureta, A. eds. Active Audiences and Journalism, Bilbao: Universidad del Pais Vasco, pp. 7-16.

Allan, Stuart 2015. Afterword. In: Thorsen, E., Jackson, D., Savigny, H. and Alexander, J. eds. Media, Margins and Civic Agency, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 209-213.

Allan, Stuart 2016. Citizen witnesses. In: Witschge, T, Anderson, C.W., Domingo, D and Hermida, A eds. The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism, London: Sage, pp. 266-279.

Allan, Stuart 2016. Documentare la guerra, visualizzare la pace: Verso una fotografia di pace. In: Salio, N and De Michelis, S eds. Giornalismo di Pace, Torino: Edizioni GruppoAbele, pp. 191-210.

Allan, Stuart 2016. Foreword. In: Mutsvairo, B ed. Participatory Politics and Citizen Journalism in a Networked Africa: A Connected Continent, London: Palgrave Macmillan, viii-xi.

Allan, Stuart 2016. Photojournalism and citizen witnessing. In: Franklin, B and Eldridge, S eds. The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 487-497.

Allan, Stuart 2016. Afterword: Revisioning journalism and the “pictures in our heads”. In: Peters, C. and Broersma, M. eds. Rethinking Journalism Again: Societal Role and Public Relevance in a Digital Age, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 216-230.

Allan, Stuart 2017. Citizen witnessing of human rights abuses. In: Tumber, H. and Waisbord, S. eds. The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 347-356.

Allan, Stuart 2018. Foreword. In: Nguyen, An ed. News, Numbers and Public Opinion in a Data-Driven World, New York: Bloomsbury Academic, xv-xvi.

Allan, Stuart 2018. 'Epilogue: redefining crisis reporting'. In: Patrona, M. ed. Crisis and the Media Narratives of Crisis across Cultural Settings and Media, Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 261-266.

Allan, Stuart 2018. Review of Z.D. Gürsel’s image brokers: visualizing world news in the age of digital circulation. Media, War and Conflict 11 (1) , pp. 172-176. 10.1177/1750635218759392
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Allan, Stuart 2018. Book Review: Deciding what’s true: The rise of political fact-checking in American journalism. Media, Culture and Society 10.1177/0163443718764804
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Allan, Stuart 2019. Recovering the real for news photography. Journalism 20 (1) , pp. 126-129. 10.1177/1464884918806731

Allan, Stuart 2019. Women and war photography: En/gendering alternative histories. In: Carter, Cynthia, Steiner, Linda and Allan, Stuart eds. Journalism, Gender and Power, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 312-330.

Allan, Stuart and Andén-Papadopoulos, Kari 2010. "Come on, let us shoot!": WikiLeaks and the cultures of militarization. TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies (23-24) , pp. 244-253.

Allan, Stuart, Anderson, Alison and Petersen, Alan 2010. Framing risk: nanotechnologies in the news. Journal of Risk Research 13 (1) , pp. 29-44. 10.1080/13669870903135847

Allan, Stuart and Carter, Cynthia 2008. Young people and the news media. Presented at: Lecture for members of staff of children’s programming at al Jazeera, Qatar, Bournemouth University Media School, Bournemouth, 16 January.

Allan, Stuart, Delano, Anthony, Muthukumaraswamy, Karthika, Mendes, Kaitlynn, Dupagne, Michel, Youm, Kyu Ho and Rupar, Verica 2010. Book reviews. Journalism Studies 11 (5) , pp. 764-778. 10.1080/1461670X.2010.503026

Allan, Stuart and Dencik, Lina 2017. 'It's not a pretty picture': visualising the Baltimore crisis on social media. In: Steiner, Linda and Waisbord, Silvio eds. News of Baltimore: Race Rage and the City, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 103-119.

Allan, Stuart and Ewart, Jacqui 2015. Citizen science, citizen journalism: New forms of environmental reporting. In: Hansen, A. and Cox, R. eds. The Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication, London: Routledge, pp. 186-196.

Allan, Stuart and Matheson, Donald 2010. Images in wartime: the mediation of power. In: Klaehn, Jeffery ed. The Political Economy of Media and Power, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 143-160.

Allan, Stuart and Matheson, Donald 2013. War reporting in a digital age. In: Orton-Johnson, Kate and Prior, Nick eds. Digital Sociology: Critical Perspectives, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 151-168.

Allan, Stuart and Peters, Chris 2015. Visual truths of citizen reportage: Four research problematics. Information, Communication & Society 18 (11) , pp. 1348-1361. 10.1080/1369118X.2015.1061576
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Allan, Stuart and Peters, Chris 2015. ‘The “public eye” or “disaster tourists”: Investigating public perceptions of citizen smartphone imagery. Digital Journalism 3 (4) , pp. 477-494. 10.1080/21670811.2015.1034517
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Allan, Stuart and Redden, Joanna 2017. Making citizen science newsworthy in the era of big data. Journal of Science Communication 16 (2) , pp. 1-12.
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Allan, Stuart and Sreedharan, C 2016. Visualising war: Photojournalism under fire. In: Robinson, P, Seib, P and Frohlich, R eds. Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 93-105.

Allan, Stuart and Thorsen, Einar 2010. Journalism, public service and BBC News Online. In: Meikle, Graham and Redden, Guy eds. News Online: Transformation and Continuities, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 20-37.

Allan, Stuart and Thorsen, Einar 2014. Citizen journalism: global perspectives. Global Crises and the Media, New York: Peter Lang.

Allan, Stuart and Zelizer, Barbie 2010. Rules of engagement: journalism and war. In: Williams, Kevin ed. A Media Studies Reader, San Diego, CA: Cognella, pp. 25-42.

Allbeson, Tom 2013. Cities and photography by Jane Tormey [Book Review]. Cambridge University Press.

Allbeson, Tom 2014. The view from above: The science of social space, by Jeanne Haffner [Book Review]. Taylor & Francis.
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Allbeson, Tom 2015. Photographic diplomacy in the postwar world: UNESCO and the conception of photography as a universal language, 1946-1956. Modern Intellectual History 12 (2) , pp. 383-415. 10.1017/S1479244314000316
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Allbeson, Tom 2015. Visualizing wartime destruction and postwar reconstruction: Herbert Mason's photograph of St. Paul's reevaluated. The Journal of Modern History 87 (3) , pp. 532-578. 10.1086/682677
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Allbeson, Tom 2016. Where are the pictures? Photography & British public perception of the bombing of Germany, 1941-45. PhotoResearcher: Journal of the European Society for the History of Photography) 25 , pp. 60-87.
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Allbeson, Tom 2016. St Paul's in the Blitz. History Today Ltd.
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Allbeson, Tom 2016. Carrying off the palaces: John Ruskin’s lost daguerreotypes by Ken Jacobson and Jenny Jacobson [Book Review]. Taylor & Francis.
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Allbeson, Tom and Allan, Stuart 2019. The war of images in the age of Trump. In: Happer, Catherine, Hoskins, Andrew and Merrin, William eds. Trump’s Media War, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 69-84.
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Allbeson, Tom and Oldfield, Pippa 2016. War, photography, business: new critical histories. Journal of War and Culture Studies 9 (2) , pp. 94-114. 10.1080/17526272.2016.1190203
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Anderson, A., Allan, Stuart, Petersen, A. and Wilkinson, C. 2008. Nanoethics: the role of news media in shaping debate. In: Luppicini, Rocci and Adell, Rebecca eds. Handbook of Research on Technoethics, Vol. 1. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, pp. 373-390. (10.4018/978-1-60566-022-6.ch025)

Anderson, Alison, Petersen, Alan, Wilkinson, Clare and Allan, Stuart 2009. Nanotechnology, risk and communication. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Antonio Gutierrez, Pedro, Perez-Ortiz, Maria, Sanchez-Monedero, Javier, Fernandez-Navarro, Francisco and Hervas-Martinez, Cesar 2016. Ordinal regression methods: Survey and experimental study. IEEE Transactions on Knowldge and Data Engineering 28 (1) , pp. 127-146. 10.1109/TKDE.2015.2457911
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Bakhshi, Hasan, Hargreaves, Ian and Mateos-Garcia, Juan 2013. A manifesto for the creative economy. [Project Report]. London: Nesta Operating Company. Available at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/library/documents/A-Manife...
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Bakir, Vian, Cable, Jonathan, Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne and McStay, Andrew 2015. Public
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Barrios, Marta Milena and Miller, Toby 2018. Green passion afloat. Journalism Studies 19 (5) , pp. 674-689. 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1198241

Barrowman, Kyle 2014. Dialogue. Conquest of reality: Response to Paul Bowman's 'Instituting reality in Martial Arts practice'. JOMEC Journal 5 10.18573/j.2014.10267
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Barrowman, Kyle 2014. No way as way: Towards a poetics of Martial Arts cinema. JOMEC Journal 5 10.18573/j.2014.10263
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Barrowman, Kyle 2014. Miracle mile: Film Noir in the doomsday decade. Colloquium 4

Barrowman, Kyle 2014. Action aesthetics: Realism and Martial Arts cinema. Offscreen 18 (10)

Barrowman, Kyle 2015. Grappling with history: Martial Arts in classical Hollywood cinema. [Online]. Kung Fu Tea: Martial Arts History, Wing Chun, and Chinese Martial Studies. Available at: https://chinesemartialstudies.com/2015/08/06/guest...

Barrowman, Kyle 2015. History in the making: martial arts between planet Hollywood and planet Hong Kong. Martial Arts Studies 1 , pp. 72-82. 10.18573/j.2015.10020
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Barrowman, Kyle 2016. Martial suture: Aikido and aesthetics in the films of Steven Seagal. [Online]. In Media Res. Available at: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2016/0...

Barrowman, Kyle 2017. Philosophical problems in contemporary art criticism: objectivism, poststructuralism, and the axiom of authorship. The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies 17 (2) , pp. 153-200.
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Barrowman, Kyle 2018. Screen of vision: Ayn Rand and the possibilities of an objectivist aesthetics of cinema. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Barrowman, Kyle 2019. 'English, motherfucker, do you speak it?': Pulp Fiction and the future of film-philosophy. JOMEC Journal (13) , pp. 11-29. 10.18573/jomec.183
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Barsdorf-Liebchen, Nicolette 2018. Strategies of visualisation: State-corporate-military power and post-photographic interventions. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Basu, Laura 2009. Towards a memory dispositif: truth, myth and the Ned Kelly "lieu de memoire". In: Eril, Astrid and Rigney, Ann eds. Mediation, Remediation, and the Dynamics of Cultural Memory, De Gruyter, pp. 139-156.

Basu, Laura 2011. Memory dispositifs and national identities: the case of Ned Kelly. Memory Studies 4 (1) , pp. 33-41. 10.1177/1750698010382159

Basu, Laura 2012. Ned Kelly as memory dispositif: media, time, power, and the development of Australian identities. Media and Cultural Memory / Medien und kulturelle Erinnerung, De Gruyter.

Basu, Laura 2014. Who can take a joke? Life of Brian, Four Lions, and the religious 'humour scandal'. Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception 4 (2) , pp. 177-206.

Basu, Laura 2014. British satire in 'The Thick of It'. Popular Communication: the International Journal of Media and Culture 12 (2) , pp. 89-103.

Basu, Laura 2015. TV satire and its targets: Have I Got News for You, The Thick of It and Brass Eye. In: Meijer Drees, Marijke and De Leeuw, Sonja eds. The Power of Satire, Topics in Humor Research, John Benjamins, pp. 207-216. (10.1075/thr.2)

Basu, Laura 2018. News satire: Giving the news a memory. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism and Critique 16 (1) , pp. 241-255. 10.31269/triplec.v16i1.647
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Basu, Laura 2018. Media amnesia: Rewriting the economic crisis. Pluto Press.

Basu, Laura 2019. Living within our means: The UK news construction of the austerity frame over time. Journalism 20 (2) , pp. 313-330. 10.1177/1464884917708870

Batchelor, S. A., Kitzinger, Jenny and Burtney, E. 2004. Representing young people's sexuality in the 'youth' media. Health Education Research 19 (6) , pp. 669-676. 10.1093/her/cyg082

Bedri, Mohamed 2015. Aljazeera between serving Qatar, an advocate of Arabism and Political Islam or democratic values. An examination of scholarly works on three models in contention. MPhil Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Behr, Kristin and Kuhn, Peter 2019. Key factors in career development and transitions in German elite combat sport athletes. Martial Arts Studies 7 , pp. 19-35. 10.18573/mas.73
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Bennett, L., Chin, B. and Jones, B. Bennett, Lucy, Chin, Bertha and Jones, Bethan, eds. 2014. Crowdfunding: A 'New Media & Society' special issue. Vol 17, no 2. SAGE Publications. 10.1177/1461444814558906

Bennett, Lucy 2008. Normative identity and governance of R.E.M. fans in Murmurs.com. Presented at: MeCCSA, Cardiff, 9-11 January 2008.

Bennett, Lucy 2010. Triskaidekaphobics: R.E.M. fans in pursuit of the ultimate first listen. Presented at: Popular Music Fandom Symposium, Chester, 25 June 2010.

Bennett, Lucy 2010. Drooling R.E.M. fans as “matter out of place". Presented at: International Association for the Study of Popular Music-UK / Ireland, Cardiff, 2 – 4 September 2010.

Bennett, Lucy 2011. Delegitimizing strategic power: normative identity and governance in online R.E.M. fandom. Transformative Works and Cultures 7 (2011) doi:10.3983/twc.2011.0281.

Bennett, Lucy 2011. Conference Reports. International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) UK and Ireland Branch, Biennial Conference, 2–4 September 2010, Cardiff, UK: Experience, Engagement, Meaning. Popular Music -Cambridge- 30 (1) , pp. 145-147. 10.1017/S0261143010000632

Bennett, Lucy 2011. Log on and Freak Out: Twitter and online fan engagement with the live music experience. Presented at: The Business of Live Music, Edinburgh, 31 March – 2 April 2011.

Bennett, Lucy 2011. Transformations through Twitter: Television viewership and negotiations of power through media convergence. Presented at: COST Action Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies, London, 31 August 2011.

Bennett, Lucy 2011. Listening Through Social Media: Online fan engagement with the live music experience. Presented at: Transforming Audiences 3, London, 1-2 September 2011.

Bennett, Lucy 2012. Lost in time: Lost fan engagement with temporal play. In: Ames, Melissa ed. Time in Television Narrative: Exploring Temporality in Twenty-First-Century Programming, University Press of Mississippi, pp. 297-309.

Bennett, Lucy 2012. Patterns of listening through social media: online fan engagement with the live music experience. Social Semiotics 22 (5) , pp. 545-557. 10.1080/10350330.2012.731897

Bennett, Lucy 2012. Transformations through Twitter: The England riots, television viewership and negotiations of power through media convergence. Participations: The International Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 9 (2) , pp. 511-525.
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Bennett, Lucy 2012. Fan activism for social mobilization: A critical review of the literature. Transformative Works and Cultures 10 10.3983/twc.2012.0346

Bennett, Lucy 2012. Music audiences: An introduction. Participations: The International Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 9 (2) , pp. 200-205.

Bennett, Lucy 2012. Music fandom online: R.E.M. fans in pursuit of the ultimate first listen. New Media & Society 14 (5) , pp. 748-763. 10.1177/1461444811422895

Bennett, Lucy 2013. 'If we stick together we can do anything': Lady Gaga fandom, philanthropy and activism through social media. Celebrity Studies 5 (1-2) , pp. 138-152. 10.1080/19392397.2013.813778

Bennett, Lucy 2013. Researching online fandom. Cinema Journal 52 (4) , pp. 129-134. 10.1353/cj.2013.0033

Bennett, Lucy 2013. Discourses of order and rationality: drooling R.E.M. fans as 'matter out of place'. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 27 (2) , pp. 214-227. 10.1080/10304312.2013.766313

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Bennett, Lucy 2014. Tracing textual poachers: reflections on the development of fan studies and digital fandom. The Journal of Fandom Studies 2 (1) , pp. 5-20. 10.1386/jfs.2.1.5_1
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Bennett, Lucy 2014. Fan/celebrity interactions and social media: connectivity and engagement in Lady Gaga fandom. In: Duits, Linda, Zwann, Koos and Reijnders, Stijn eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Fan Cultures, Ashgate, pp. 109-120.

Bennett, Lucy 2014. Popular music fandom: Identities, roles, and practices, edited by Mark Duffett [Book Review]. Transformative Works and Cultures 17 10.3983/twc.2014.0604.
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Bennett, Lucy 2015. A shift of responsibility?: Public inclusion and the implications of crowdfunding academic research. [Online]. Media Commons. Available at: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/question/w...

Bennett, Lucy 2016. Singer-songwriters and fandom in the digital age. In: Williams, Katherine and Williams, Justin A. eds. The Cambridge Companion to the Singer-Songwriter, Cambridge Companions to Music, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 329-340.

Bennett, Lucy 2018. Representations of fans and fandom in the British newspaper media. In: Booth, Paul ed. Companion to Media Fandom and Fan Studies, Wiley Blackwell,

Bennett, Lucy 2018. Surveying fandom: the ethics, design and use of surveys in fan studies. In: Scott, Melissa A. and Click, Suzanne eds. The Routledge Companion to Media Fandom, Routledge,

Bennett, Lucy 2018. Remembering R.E.M.: social media, memories and endings within music fandom. In: Williams, Rebecca ed. Everybody Hurts: Transitions, Endings, and Resurrections in Fan Cultures, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, pp. 19-30.

Bennett, Lucy, Berry, Michael and Allan, Stuart 2018. Introduction. Journalism Studies 19 (13) , pp. 1849-1853. 10.1080/1461670X.2018.1502922

Bennett, Lucy and Chin, Bertha 2014. Exploring fandom, social media, and producer/fan interactions: An interview with Sleepy Hollow's Orlando Jones. Transformative Works and Cultures 17 (2014) 10.3983/twc.2014.0601
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Bennett, Lucy, Chin, Bertha and Jones, Bethan 2016. Between privacy, ethics, fandom and social media: new trajectories that challenge media producer/fan relations. In: Davisson, Amber and Booth, Paul eds. Controversies in Digital Ethics, Llandysul: Bloomsbury, pp. 107-122.

Bennett, Lucy and Kidd, Jenny 2017. Myths about media studies: the construction of media studies education in the British press. Continuum :Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 31 (2) , pp. 163-176. 10.1080/10304312.2016.1265096
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Bennett, Lucy and Phillips, Tom 2013. An introduction: The Fan Studies Network – new connections, new research. Participations: The International Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 10 (1) , pp. 52-55.
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Bennett, Lucy Kathryn 2009. Thinking fan's rock band : R.E.M. fandom and negotiations of normativity in Murmurs.com. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bennington, Spencer Todd 2019. Book Review: Udo Moenig. 2016. Taekwondo: from a martial art to a martial sport. London and New York: Routledge. 230 pages. $40 USD (paperback). Martial Arts Studies 7 , pp. 73-76. 10.18573/mas.74
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Berry, Mike 2013. The Today programme and the banking crisis. Journalism 14 (2) , pp. 253-270. 10.1177/1464884912458654
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Berry, Mike 2013. The 'Today' programme and the banking crisis. Journalism 14 (2) , pp. 253-270. 10.1177/1464884912458654

Berry, Mike 2016. The UK press and the deficit debate. Sociology 50 (3) , pp. 542-559. 10.1177/0038038515582158
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Berry, Mike 2016. No alternative to austerity: how BBC broadcast news reported the deficit debate. Media, Culture & Society 38 (6) , pp. 844-863. 10.1177/0163443715620931
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Berry, Mike 2019. The media, the public and the great financial crisis. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,.

Berry, Mike, Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Moore, Kerry 2016. Press coverage of the refugee and migrant crisis in the EU: a content analysis of five European countries. [Project Report]. Geneva: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Available at: http://www.unhcr.org/56bb369c9.html
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Berry, Mike and Philo, Greg 2006. Israel and Palestine: competing histories. [Israel and Palestine: Competing Histories]. London: Pluto Press.

Berry, Mike, Philo, Greg, Tiripelli, Giuliana, Docherty, Stevie and Macpherson, Colin 2012. Media coverage and public understanding of sentencing policy in relation to crimes against children. Criminology and Criminal Justice 12 (5) , pp. 567-591. 10.1177/1748895811432956
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Bessaiso, Ehab Yassir 2010. Media strategies and coverage of international conflicts : The 2003 Iraq War and Al-Jazeera. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Birchley, Giles, Jones, Kerry, Huxtable, Richard, Dixon, Jeremy, Kitzinger, Jenny and Clare, Linda 2016. Dying well with reduced agency: a scoping review and thematic synthesis of the decision-making process in dementia, traumatic brain injury and frailty. BMC Medical Ethics 17 , 46. 10.1186/s12910-016-0129-x
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Bisson, Susan 2014. Studying 'psychosis' in medical knowledge, popular film, and audience identities: a discourse analysis of the naming of clinical psychosis, its filmic representations, and the interpretations of those who have experienced it. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Blaagaard, Bolette B. and Allan, Stuart 2016. Citizen mediations of connectivity: narrowing the “culture of distance” in television news. In: Baker, Mona and Blaagaard, Bolette B. eds. Citizen Media and Public Spaces, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 58-75.

Blumler, Jay and Cushion, Stephen 2014. Normative perspectives on journalism studies: Stock-taking and future directions. Journalism 15 (3) , pp. 259-272. 10.1177/1464884913498689
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Bolin, Göran and Miazhevich, Galina 2018. The soft power of commercialised nationalist symbols: Using media analysis to understand nation branding campaigns. European Journal of Cultural Studies 21 (5) , pp. 527-542. 10.1177/1367549417751153
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Booth, Paul J. and Bennett, Lucy 2015. Exploring fandom and the performance paradigm: An interview with Kurt Lancaster, author of 'Interacting with "Babylon 5"'. Transformative Works and Cultures 18 , 0638. 10.3983/twc.2015.0638
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Bore, Inger-Lise 2009. Negotiating generic hybridity: Audience engagement with The Office. Continuum - Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 23 (1) , pp. 33-42. 10.1080/10304310802570882

Bourne, Clea 2009. Trust as a discursive process produced by financial elites: a communications perspective. Presented at: CMS6: Critical Management Studies Conference, Warwick, UK, 13-15 July 2009.
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Bourne, Clea 2009. Trust management through discourse: Power and persuasion in financial services. Presented at: CIPR Academic Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland, September 2009.
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Bourne, Clea 2010. Trust as discursive and material practice in financial systems: a communicative perspective. Presented at: DPR 9: Discourse, Power, Resistance Conference, Greenwich, UK, 30 March - 1 April 2010.
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Bourne, Clea 2011. The currency trader as ‘messiah’ in Jamaican financial discourses – Financialisation in an emerging economy. Presented at: The 7th International Critical Management Conference, Naples, Italy, July 14 - 16, 2011. pp. 1-13.
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Bourne, Clea 2011. Public relations' role as trust strategist: a specialist niche evolves from turbulence. Presented at: Euprera Annual Congress, Leeds, 8-10 September, 2011.
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Bourne, Clea 2011. Trust in the shadow banking system: ratings agencies and discursive power. Presented at: 27th EGOS Colloquium, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 6–9, 2011. pp. 1-22.
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Bourne, Clea 2012. Unregulated investment schemes and the circuit of culture: the growth of online communities in Jamaica. Presented at: International Communications Association 2012, Phoenix, Arizona, 24-28 May 2012.

Bourne, Clea and Edwards, Lee 2012. Producing trust, knowledge and expertise in financial markets: the global hedge fund industry 're-presents' itself. Culture and Organisation 18 (2) , pp. 107-122. 10.1080/14759551.2011.636614

Bourne, Clea Dianne 2010. Trust as discursive and material practice in financial systems: a communicative perspective. Presented at: Trust in Education and Beyond, 2010.
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Bowman, Paul 1998. Deconstructing pragmatism: A war of position (A book discussion). Parallax 4 (4) , pp. 141-145. 10.1080/135346498250064

Bowman, Paul 2001. Between responsibility and irresponsibility: cultural studies and the price of fish. Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture & Politics 14 (2) , pp. 277-291. 10.1080/10402130120088811

Bowman, Paul 2001. Proper impropriety: The proper-ties of cultural studies (Some more aphorisms, apriorisms, and aporias). Parallax 7 (2) , pp. 50-65. 10.1080/13534640110037813

Bowman, Paul 2003. Promiscuous fidelity to revolution, or, revaluing "revolutionary' left intellectualism. Contemporary Politics 9 (1) , pp. 33-44. 10.1080/1356977032000072495

Bowman, Paul 2007. Post-Marxism versus cultural studies: theory, politics and intervention. Taking on the Political, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Bowman, Paul 2007. This disagreement is not one: The populisms of Laclau, Rancière and Arditi. Social Semiotics 17 (4) , pp. 539-545. 10.1080/10350330701637114

Bowman, Paul 2008. Alterdisciplinarity. Culture, Theory and Critique 49 (1) , pp. 93-110. 10.1080/14735780802024281

Bowman, Paul 2008. Deconstructing Popular Culture. Palgrave.

Bowman, Paul 2009. Aberrant Pedagogies: JR, QT and Bruce Lee. Borderlands e Journal 8 (2)

Bowman, Paul 2010. Deconstruction is a martial Art. In: Houppermans, Sjef, Sneller, Rico and Zilfhout, Peter van eds. Enduring Resistance = La Resistance Persevere : cultural theory after Derrida, Faux Titre, vol. 348. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 37-56.

Bowman, Paul 2010. The globalization of martial arts. In: Green, Thomas A. and Svinth, Joseph R. eds. Martial Arts of the World: An Encyclopedia of History and Innovation, ABC-CLIO, pp. 435-520.

Bowman, Paul 2010. Jeet Kune Do. In: Green, Thomas A. and Svinth, Joseph R. eds. Martial Arts of the World: an Encyclopedia of History and Innovation, Vol. 2. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 479-484.

Bowman, Paul 2010. Jeet Kune Do. In: Green, Thomas A. and Svinth, Joseph R. eds. Martial Arts of the World: an Encyclopedia of History and Innovation, Vol. 2. Westport: Praeger Publishers, pp. 479-484.

Bowman, Paul 2010. Reading Rey Chow. Postcolonial Studies 13 (3) , pp. 239-253. 10.1080/13688790.2010.508814

Bowman, Paul 2010. Rey Chow and postcolonial social semiotics. Social Semiotics 20 (4) , pp. 329-341. 10.1080/10350330.2010.494386

Bowman, Paul 2010. Rey Chow, postcoloniality and interdisciplinarity. Postcolonial Studies 13 (3) , pp. 231-238. 10.1080/13688790.2010.508813

Bowman, Paul 2010. Sick man of transl-Asia: Bruce Lee and Rey Chow's queer cultural translation. Social Semiotics 20 (4) , pp. 393-409. 10.1080/10350330.2010.494393

Bowman, Paul 2010. Theorizing Bruce Lee: Film-fantasy-fighting-philosophy. Contemporary Cinema, vol. 5. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Bowman, Paul 2010. Cut the shock doctrine, radicalize common sense. Culture Machine 2010 , pp. 1-12.

Bowman, Paul 2011. The Fantasy Corpus of Martial Arts, or, The “Communication” of Bruce Lee. In: Farrer, D. S. and Whalen-Bridge, John eds. Martial Arts as Embodied Knowledge: Asian Traditions in a Transnational World, New York: State University of New York Press, pp. 61-96.

Bowman, Paul 2011. How not to read Žižek: a reply to Slavoj Žižek’s Theory of Revolution: A Critique by Alan Johnson. Global Discourse 2 (1)

Bowman, Paul 2011. Spectres of Bruce Lee. Presented at: Asian Exposure: East Asian Cinema in a global context, Coventry University, 11-12 Feb, 2011.
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Bowman, Paul 2011. Spectres of Bruce Lee. UZAK 3 (11)
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Bowman, Paul Bernardi, Floriana, ed. 2011. Studi culturali. Teoria, intervento, cultura pop. Culture Segni Comunicazione, Progedit.

Bowman, Paul 2012. How to not read Zizek. In: Johnson, Matthew Thomas ed. The Legacy of Marxism : Contemporary Challenges, Conflicts, and Developments, New York, NY: Continuum International Publishing Group, pp. 57-74.

Bowman, Paul 2012. I know kung fu!? or: when Orientalism is a good thing. Presented at: ACS Crossroads Conference, Paris, France, July 2012.

Bowman, Paul 2012. Keeping it unreal: researching mediatized martial arts. Presented at: Researching Martial Arts in the Media and in the Gym, Cardiff , UK, 9 March 2012.

Bowman, Paul 2012. Rancière and the disciplines. Presented at: ACS Crossroads Conference, Paris, France, July 2012.

Bowman, Paul 2012. Film culture crossover: Film fight choreography and the east/west binary after Bruce Lee. Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy 2012 (1) , 9.
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Bowman, Paul 2012. Reconnecting political disconnection [Editorial]. JOMEC Journal (1) , pp. 1-4. 10.18573/j.2012.10217
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Bowman, Paul 2012. Culture and the Media. Key Concerns in Media Studies, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bowman, Paul 2013. Autodidactics of Bits: Cultural studies and the partition of the pedagogical. Educational Philosophy and Theory 45 (6) , pp. 663-680. 10.1080/00131857.2012.723889

Bowman, Paul 2013. Beyond Bruce Lee: Chasing the dragon through film, philosophy and popular culture. Wallflower Press.

Bowman, Paul 2013. Popular cultural pedagogy, in theory; Or: What can cultural theory learn about learning from popular culture? Educational Philosophy and Theory 45 (6) , pp. 601-609. 10.1080/00131857.2012.723884

Bowman, Paul 2013. Reading Rey Chow: Visuality, postcoloniality, ethnicity, sexuality. NewYork, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Bowman, Paul 2013. Universalism and particularism in mediatized martial arts. Presented at: Universalism and Particularism in Postcolonial Media Theory, Braunschweig, Germany, 16-18 May 2013.
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Bowman, Paul 2013. Rancière and the disciplines. In: Bowman, Paul ed. Rancière and Film, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1-19.

Bowman, Paul 2013. Reception(s) of theory. In: Dillet, Benoit, Mackenzie, Iain and Porter, Robert eds. The Edinburgh Companion to Poststructuralism, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 445-470.

Bowman, Paul 2014. Editorial: Martial arts studies. JOMEC Journal (5) , Jun 14. 10.18573/j.2014.10262
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Bowman, Paul 2014. Instituting reality in martial arts practice. JOMEC Journal (5) , 4. 10.18573/j.2014.10266
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Bowman, Paul 2014. Sex and race go pop. In: Machin, David ed. Visual Communication, Handbooks of Communication Science, De Gruyter, pp. 153-171.
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Bowman, Paul 2015. Martial arts studies: disrupting disciplinary boundaries. Disruptions, London: Rowman and Littlefield International.

Bowman, Paul 2015. Asking the question: Is martial arts studies an academic field? Martial Arts Studies 1 , pp. 3-19. 10.18573/j.2015.10015
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Bowman, Paul 2016. Mythologies of martial arts. Rowman & Littlefield International.

Bowman, Paul 2016. Poststructuralism. The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, Vol. 1. [Poststructuralism]. London: Wiley, pp. 1-5. (10.1002/9781118541555.wbiepc214)

Bowman, Paul 2016. Making martial arts history matter. International Journal of the History of Sport 33 (9) , pp. 915-933. 10.1080/09523367.2016.1212842
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Bowman, Paul 2016. The Intimate Schoolmaster and the Ignorant Sifu: Poststructuralism, Bruce Lee, and the Ignorance of Everyday Radical Pedagogy. Philosophy and Rhetoric 49 (4) , pp. 549-570. 10.5325/philrhet.49.4.0549
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Bowman, Paul 2017. What can a martial body do for society? Or, theory before definition in Martial Arts Studies. Presented at: Martial Arts and Society Conference - On the Societal Relevance of Martial Arts, Combat Sports and Self-Defense, German Sport University, Cologne, Germany, 6-8 October 2016.
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Bowman, Paul 2017. The definition of Martial Arts Studies. Martial Arts Studies 3 , pp. 6-23. 10.18573/j.2017.10092
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Bowman, Paul 2018. The limits of post-Marxism: the (dis)function of political theory in film and cultural studies. Global Discourse / Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought
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Bowman, Paul 2018. Embodiment as Embodiment of. In: Leigh, Jennifer ed. Conversations on embodiment across higher education: Teaching, practice and research, Routledge, pp. 11-23.
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Bowman, Paul 2019. The Martial Arts supremacy: Action film and fight choreography. In: Kendrick, James ed. A Companion to the Action film, John Wiley and Sons, pp. 227-240.

Bowman, Paul 2019. Fighting talk: Martial Arts discourse in mainstream films. JOMEC Journal 13 , pp. 30-50. 10.18573/jomec.186
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Bowman, Paul and Judkins, Benjamin 2018. Editorial: New research on Japanese Martial Arts. Martial Arts Studies 6 , pp. 1-5. 10.18573/mas.70
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Bowman, Paul and Judkins, Benjamin N. 2015. Editorial. Martial Arts Studies 1 , pp. 1-2. 10.18573/j.2015.10014
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Bowman, Paul and Judkins, Benjamin N. 2016. Editorial: The invention of Martial Arts. Martial Arts Studies 2 , pp. 1-5. 10.18573/j.2016.10061
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Bowman, Paul and Judkins, Benjamin N. 2017. Editorial: Is martial arts studies trivial? Martial Arts Studies 4 , pp. 1-16. 10.18573/j.2017.10183
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Bowman, Paul and Judkins, Benjamin N. 2018. Show, don't tell: Making martial arts studies matter. Martial Arts Studies 5 , pp. 1-14. 10.18573/mas.46
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Bowman, Paul, Kazakeviciute, Evelina, Boelle, Julia, Kovacevic, Petra, Makgoba, Metji and Payson, Alida 2018. Editorial. JOMEC Journal (12) , pp. 1-4. 10.18573/jomec.168
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Bowman, Paul and Stamp, Richard 2009. Jacques Rancière: in disagreement. Parallax 15 (3) , pp. 1-2. 10.1080/13534640902982520

Bowman, Paul and Stamp, Richard 2011. Introduction: a critical dissensus. In: Bowman, Paul and Stamp, Richard eds. Reading Ranciere: Critical Dissensus, London: Continuum, xi.

Boyce, Tammy 2007. Health, risk and news: the MMR vaccine and the media. Media and Culture, vol. 9. Peter Lang.

Boyce, Tammy and Kitzinger, Jenny 2008. Promoting Women in the Media: The Role of SET Organisations and their Science Media Communicators. UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology. Available at: http://www.ukrc.org.uk/
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Braga, Paolo 2019. Mapping subtext by using thematic coordinates. JOMEC Journal (13) , pp. 51-69. 10.18573/jomec.187
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Branston, Gillian Anne 2007. The Planet at the End of the World: 'Event' cinema and the representability of climate change. New Review of Film and Television Studies 5 (2) , pp. 211-229. 10.1080/17400300701432936

Branston, Gillian Anne 2012. Spectacle, dominance and 'London 2012'. JOMEC Journal (2) , article 2. 10.18573/j.2012.10228
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Brock, Maria 2016. Reading formations of subjectivity: From discourse to psyche. Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (3) , pp. 125-135. 10.1111/spc3.12241
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Brock, Maria 2016. A psychosocial analysis of reactions to Pussy Riot: Velvet Revolution or Frenzied Uteri. Subjectivity 9 (2) , pp. 126-144. 10.1057/sub.2016.5
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Brock, Maria 2016. The hyperrealities of Putin and Trump: Why it is worth paying attention to the public personas of political leaders. Baltic Worlds 9 (4) , pp. 83-87.
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Brock, Maria 2018. Representing the unrepresentable: Slavoj Žižek and political terror in cinema’. In: Sjoholm, Cecilia ed. Slavoj Zizek. Samtidsanalyser och teoretiska interventioner, Stockholm: Tankekraft, pp. 155-174.

Brock, Maria 2018. Cultural diversity in the former Eastern Bloc: The Wende Museum of the Cold War in Los Angeles. Baltic Worlds 11 (1) , pp. 77-79.
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Brock, Maria 2018. Political satire and its disruptive potential: irony and cynicism in Russia and the US. Culture, Theory and Critique 59 (3) , pp. 281-298. 10.1080/14735784.2018.1496843
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Brock, Maria 2019. Pussy riot, or the return of the repressed in discourse. In: Kruger, Steffen, Figli, Figlio and Richards, Barry eds. Fomenting Political Violence Fantasy, Language, Media, Action, Studies in the Psychosocial, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 57-74.

Brock, Maria and Truscott, Ross 2012. “What's the difference between a melancholic apartheid moustache and a nostalgic GDR telephone?”. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 18 (3) , pp. 318-328. 10.1037/a0029073
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Brown, Julie 2014. Making it local: what does this mean in the context of contemporary craft? Crafts Council UK.
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Brown, Julie 2014. Home from home? Locational choices of international "creative class" workers. European Planning Studies 23 (12) , pp. 2336-2355. 10.1080/09654313.2014.988012
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Brown, Julie 2016. Home from home? Locational choices of international 'creative class' workers. In: Clifton, Nick, Chapain, Caroline and Comunian, Roberta eds. Creative Regions in Europe, Routledge, pp. 12-31.
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Brown, Julie 2016. The Routledge companion to the cultural industries [Book Review]. Cultural Trends 25 (2) , pp. 138-139. 10.1080/09548963.2016.1170919
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Brown, Julie 2017. Curating the "Third Place"? Coworking and the mediation of creativity. Geoforum 82 , pp. 112-126. 10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.04.006
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Brown, Julie and Barber, Austin 2012. Social infrastructure and sustainable urban communities. Proceedings of the ICE - Engineering Sustainability 165 (1) , pp. 99-110. 10.1680/ensu.2012.165.1.99

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Brown, Peter 2013. “They’re flooding the internet”: A cross-national analysis of newspaper representations of the ‘internet predator’ in Australia, Canada, the UK and USA. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Cable, Jonathan 2014. Social conflict and the media: contesting definitional power. In: Conboy, Martin and Steel, John eds. The Routledge Companion to British Media History, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 160-170.

Cable, Jonathan 2014. More than an electronic soapbox: activist web presence as a collective action frame, newspaper source and police surveillance tool during the London G20 protests in 2009. In: Trottier, Daniel and Fuchs, Christian eds. Social Media, Politics and the State: Protests, Revolutions, Riots, Crime and Policing in the age of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, Routledge Research in Information Technology and Society, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 131-148.

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Carney, Damian 1995. Costs and funding: a primary hurdle. Presented at: Standing in Environmental Law Actions – Developments and Difficulties, University of Central Lancashire, Lancs, UK, 5 June 1995.

Carney, Damian 1996. Contempt of Court Act 1981: prejudicial reporting of criminal proceedings. Communications Law 1 (2) , pp. 85-87.

Carney, Damian 1997. National Heritage Select Committee: press activity affecting court cases (Second Report of the 1996-1997 Session). Communications Law 2 (4) , pp. 152-154.

Carney, Damian 2005. Enforcement and policing of the Hunting Act 2004. Presented at: Portsmouth Business School Research Conference 2006, Portsmouth, UK, 27 September 2006.

Carney, Damian 2006. The timing rules in judicial review and the practical difficulties they cause environmental interest groups: the need for reform. Environmental Law 8 , pp. 278-291.

Carney, Damian 2006. The timing rules in judicial review and the practical difficulties they cause environmental interest groups: the need for reform. Environmental Law Review 8 , pp. 278-291.

Carney, Damian 2007. Environmental interest groups and private prosecutions: a critical analysis. Environmental Law and Management 19 (6) , pp. 291-299.

Carney, Damian 2007. The protection of journalists' confidential sources: an examination of the Valerie Plame's Affair and beyond. Communications Law 12 (2) , pp. 42-51.

Carney, Damian 2008. Self-regulation of unlawful newsgathering techniques. Communications Law 13 (3) , pp. 76-81.

Carney, Damian 2009. Anonymous witnesses. Police Journal 81 , pp. 262-265.

Carney, Damian 2009. Lawfulness of detention. Police Journal 82 , pp. 86-89.

Carney, Damian 2009. Unlawful search. Police Journal 81 , pp. 341-344.

Carney, Damian 2010. Anonymous blogs by serving police officers. Police Journal 83 , pp. 83-86.

Carney, Damian 2010. Anonymous hearsay evidence. Police Journal 83 , pp. 283-287.

Carney, Damian 2010. Malicious prosecution. Police Journal 83 , pp. 181-185.

Carney, Damian 2010. Libel tourism: an end in sight. Presented at: SLS Annual Conference, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 13-16 September 2010.

Carney, Damian 2011. Legality of containment of demonstrators. Police Journal , pp. 372-376.

Carney, Damian 2011. Reasonable ground for believing arrest necessary. Police Journal 84 , pp. 290-294.

Carney, Damian 2011. Retention of biometric data. Police Journal 84 , pp. 294-297.

Carney, Damian 2012. Applying for a warrant on behalf of a private prosecutor. Police Journal 85 , pp. 172-174.

Carney, Damian 2012. Fear and loathing:media accountability after the phone-hacking affair. In: Keeble, Richard and Mair, John eds. The phone-hacking scandal: journalism on trial, Abramis,

Carney, Damian 2012. Football banning orders and Twitter - bomb joke on Twitter. Police Journal , pp. 255-263.

Carney, Damian 2012. Miscarriage of justice and the defendant's right to review forensic evidence. Police Journal 85 , pp. 85-90.

Carney, Damian 2012. Police identification of suspects from police quality CCTV images. Police Journal 85 , pp. 174-178.

Carney, Damian 2012. Swearing at police officers. Police Journal 85 , pp. 90-93.

Carney, Damian 2012. Tracking devices, unreasonable searches and privacy. Police Journal 85 , pp. 340-346.

Carney, Damian 2012. Truth and the unnamed source. Journal of Media Law 4 (1) , pp. 117-145. 10.5235/175776312802483925

Carney, Damian 2012. Media accountability after the phone-hacking inquiry: predicting Leveson. In: Mair, John and Keeble, Richard eds. The phone-hacking scandal: journalism on trial, Bury St Edmunds: Abramis,

Carney, Damian 2013. CCTV identification of suspect in breach of PACE. Police Journal 86 , pp. 276-279.

Carney, Damian 2013. Covert surveillance of suspects in police vehicle. Police Journal 86 , pp. 340-345.

Carney, Damian 2013. Retention of information about protestor on National Extremism Database. Police Journal 86 , pp. 83-87.

Carney, Damian 2013. Newspaper ombudsmen and other internal media accountability mechanisms. In: Mair, John and Keeble, Richard eds. After Leveson: the future of British journalism, Bury St Edmunds: Abramis, pp. 76-81.

Carney, Damian 2017. Up to standard? A critique of IPSO's Editors' Code of Practice and IMPRESS' Standards Code (Part 1). Communications Law 22 (3) , pp. 77-88.
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Carney, Damian 2018. Up to standard? A critique of IPSO's editors' Code of Practice and IMPRESS' Standards Code: Part 2. Communications Law 22 (4) , pp. 112-123.
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Carney, Damian, Dignan, Frank, Grimes, Richard, Kelly, Grace and Parker, Rebecca 2014. The LawWorks Law School Pro Bono and Clinic Survey 2014. [Documentation]. London: LexisNexis.
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Carney, Damian and Fine, Philip 1998. Negligent hypnosis. New Law Journal 148 (6866) , pp. 1766-1774.

Carney, Damian and Sinclair, Adele 2006. School uniforms revisited: procedure, pressure and equality. Education and the Law 18 (2-3) , pp. 131-148. 10.1080/09539960600919829

Carney, Damian and Welch, Roger 2011. Protecting religious and sexual identities:discrimination law or human rights law? Contemporary Issues in Law 11 (2) , pp. 94-118.

Carter, Cynthia 2006. The transformative power of cultural criticism: bell hooks' radical media analysis. In: Berry, D and Theobald, J eds. Radical Mass Media Criticism: A Cultural Genealogy, Black Rose Press, pp. 212-233.

Carter, Cynthia 2008. Growing up corporate: news, citizenship, and young people today. Television New Media 10 (1) , pp. 34-36. 10.1177/1527476408325733

Carter, Cynthia 2008. What feminist media studies can offer. Presented at: Geena Davis Institute Gender in Media Conference,, University of Southern California, 2008. Geena Davis Institute,

Carter, Cynthia 2009. Newsround and the Welsh child audience. Presented at: 2009 Cyfrwng Conference, BBC Cymru Wales Broadcasting Centre, Llandaff, Cardiff, 7 - 8 May 2009.

Carter, Cynthia 2010. Children and traumatic news: a critical perspective on the research. Presented at: Seminar on representations of sex and violence in the media, University of Glasgow, Gilmorehill Centre, 9 University Avenue, Room 217A, 25 June 2010.

Carter, Cynthia 2010. Global Media Monitoring Project: reflections on media industries and gender representations today. Presented at: Media & Gender, SURF Room, Fulton House (floor 1), Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, UK, 7 May 2010.

Carter, Cynthia 2010. Representing women in the Welsh media. Global Media Monitoring Project. Presented at: Making a Mark Women, the Media and Politics in Wales, St Peter’s Church Hall, City Road, Cardiff, 8 March 2010.

Carter, Cynthia 2010. When childhood ends: BBC Newsround, media policy and the teen audience. Presented at: MeCCSA, London School of Economics and Political Science, 6-8 January 2010.

Carter, Cynthia 2011. A feminist challenge to normative definitions of research quality and impact. Presented at: Feminist Scholarship Division Roundtable “Editing Feminism and Feminist Editing: Exploring the Politics of ‘Feminism’ in the Editorial Process,”, Boston, USA., 26-30 May.

Carter, Cynthia 2011. Feminist journal editing, journal ranking systems and issues of quality. Presented at: International Forum of Scientific Journals, Auditorio Principal de Corferias, José Asunción Silva. Bogotá, May 12, 2011.

Carter, Cynthia 2011. Sex/gender and the media: From sex roles to social construction and beyond. In: Ross, Karen ed. The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media, Handbooks in Communication and Media, vol. 18. Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 363-382.

Carter, Cynthia 2012. Gender and the media. Oxford Bibliographies Online, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (10.1093/OBO/9780199756841-0002)

Carter, Cynthia 2013. News media and child well-being. In: Ben-Aryeh, Asher, Casas, Ferran, Frønes, Ivar and Korbin, Jill E. eds. Handbook of Child Well-Being: Theory, Methods and Policies in Global Perspective, Dorchrect: Springer, pp. 1979-2011.

Carter, Cynthia 2013. Children and news: Rethinking citizenship in the twenty-first century. In: Lemish, D. ed. The Routhledge Handbook of Children, Adolescents and Media, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 255-262.

Carter, Cynthia 2014. Online popular anti-sexism political action in the UK and USA: The importance of collaborative anger for social change. In: Carter, Cynthia, Steiner, Linda and McLaughlin, Lisa eds. The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender, London: Routledge, pp. 643-653.

Carter, Cynthia 2014. The point of news: young people, critical news literacy and citizenship. In: Whitaker, Lynn ed. The Children's Media Yearbook 2014, The Children's Media Foundation, pp. 77-83.

Carter, Cynthia 2017. The role of news media in fostering children's democratic citizenship. In: Tumbler, Howard and Waisbord, Silvio eds. The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights, Routledge, pp. 416-425.

Carter, Cynthia and Allan, Stuart 2005. Public service and the market: a case study of the BBC's Newsround website. Intervention Research 1 (2) , pp. 209-225.

Carter, Cynthia and Allan, Stuart 2009. The visual culture of television news. In: Howells, Richard and Matson, Robert William eds. Using Visual Evidence, Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 139-152.

Carter, Cynthia, Allan, Stuart, Messenger Davies, Maire, Mendes, Kaitlynn and Prince, Ian 2009. What do children want from the BBC? Children’s content and participatory environments in an age of age of citizen media. [Project Report]. Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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Carter, Cynthia and Donald, Stephanie Hemelryk 2008. Editors' Introduction: Children, media and conflict [Editorial]. Journal of Children and Media 2 (3) , pp. 197-199. 10.1080/17482790802327350

Carter, Cynthia and Luce, Ann 2010. A textual analysis of childhood tracer condition reporting on the BBC Newsround website. [Project Report]. European Cooperation in Science and Technology. Available at: http://www.cost-transforming-audiences.eu/node/621

Carter, Cynthia and McLaughlin, Lisa 2003. Locating Gender. Feminist Media Studies 3 (1) , pp. 3-5. 10.1080/1468077032000080095

Carter, Cynthia and McLaughlin, Lisa 2011. Editors' Introduction: the tenth anniversary edition of Feminist Media Studies. Feminist Media Studies 11 (1) , pp. 1-5. 10.1080/14680777.2011.540803

Carter, Cynthia and Mendes, Kaitlynn 2008. Feminist and gender studies. In: Donsbach, Wolfgang ed. The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Malden, MA: Blackwell, (10.1111/b.9781405131995.2008.x)

Carter, Cynthia and Mendes, Kaitlynn 2012. Feminist and gender studies [revised and updated]. In: Donsbach, Wolfgang ed. The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, (10.1111/b.9781405131995.2008.x)

Carter, Cynthia, Mendes, Kaitlynn, Allan, Stuart, Messenger Davies, Maire and Milani, R. 2008. Teen engagement/disaffection with the news. Presented at: Twenty First Century Teenager: Media Representation, Theory and Policy, Trinity and All Saints College, Leeds, 10 -12 July 2008.

Carter, Cynthia, Mendes, Kaitlynn, Allan, Stuart, Messenger Davies, Maire, Milani, R. and Wass, L. 2008. Interim report: What do children want from the BBC? Children’s content and participatory environments in an age of citizen media. Presented at: AHRC / BBC Networking Event, Bristol,

Carter, Cynthia and Messenger Davies, Maire 2011. What do teenagers want from the BBC? An exploration of teen news service ideas devised by teens around the UK. Presented at: International Communication Association annual conference, Boston, USA, 26-30 May.

Carter, Cynthia, Messenger Davies, Maire, Allan, Stuart and Mendes, Kaitlynn 2010. Re-imagining citizenship: young audiences’ engagement with BBC Newsround. Presented at: IAMCR Annual Conference, Braga, Portugal, 18-22 July.

Carter, Cynthia, Messenger Davies, Maire, Allan, Stuart, Mendes, Kaitlynn, Milani, Roy and Wass, Louise 2009. What do children want from the BBC?: Children’s content and participatory environments in an age of citizen media. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/knowledgeexchange/cardi...
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Carter, Cynthia, Messenger Davies, Maire, Mendes, Kaitlynn and Allan, Stuart 2009. Investigating the transitional and teen news audience. [Project Report]. Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Carter, Cynthia and Ross, Karen 2004. A woman's place? Gender and culture in higher education. Knowledge, Work and Society/Savoir, Travail et Société 2 (3) , pp. 95-115.

Carter, Cynthia, Steiner, Linda and Allan, Stuart 2019. Introduction. In: Carter, Cynthia, Steiner, Linda and Allan, Stuart eds. Journalism, Gender and Power, London and New York: Routledge, xvi-xxii.

Carter, Cynthia, Steiner, Linda and McLaughlin, Lisa 2014. Introduction: Re-imagining media and gender. In: Carter, Cynthia, Steiner, Linda and McLaughlin, Lisa eds. The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender, London: Routledge, pp. 1-19.

Carter, Cynthia and Weaver, C. K. 2003. Violence and the media. Issues in Cultural and Media Studies, Open University Press.

Carvell, Pippa 2013. The 'twelfth man' in the cyber stands: exploring football fan discourse and the construction of identity on online forums. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Chekar, C. K. and Kitzinger, Jenny 2007. Science, patriotism and discourses of nation and culture: Reflections on the South Korean stem cell breakthroughs and scandals. New Genetics and Society 26 (3) , pp. 289-307. 10.1080/14636770701701790

Chekar, Choon Key 2008. Gendering discourses of time in South Korean self-help books: the normalisation of a masculine long hours work culture. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Chimba, Mwenya and Kitzinger, Jenny 2010. Bimbo or boffin? Women in science: An analysis of media representations and how female scientists negotiate cultural contradictions. Public Understanding of Science 19 (5) , pp. 609-624. 10.1177/0963662508098580

Chimba, Mwenya Diana 2005. Women, media and democracy: news coverage of women in the Zambian press. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Chorley, Martin and Mottershead, Glyn 2016. Are you talking to me? An analysis of journalism conversation on social media. Journalism Practice 10 (7) , pp. 856-867. 10.1080/17512786.2016.1166978
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Chow, Rey and Bowman, Paul 2010. An interview with Rey Chow. Social Semiotics 20 (4) , pp. 457-467. 10.1080/10350330.2010.494397

Chris, Peters and Allan, Stuart 2018. Everyday imagery: user's reflections on smartphone cameras and communication. Convergence 24 (4) , pp. 357-373. 10.1177/1354856516678395
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Cobb, Shelley, Ewen, Neil and Hamad, Hannah 2018. Friends reconsidered: Cultural politics, intergenerationality, and afterlives. Television and New Media 19 (8) , p. 683. 10.1177/1527476418778426
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Cobb, Shelley and Hamad, Hannah 2018. “That, My Friend, Is What They Call… Closure”: The one with the Friends finale. In: Howard, Douglas and Bianculli, David eds. Finale: Considering the Ends of Television Series: From Howdy Doody to Girls, Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press,

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Cottle, Simon 2004. Producing nature(s): on the changing production ecology of natural history TV. Media Culture & Society 26 (1) , pp. 81-101. 10.1177/0163443704039494

Cottle, Simon 2004. The racist murder of Stephen Lawrence: media performance and public transformation. Praeger.

Cottle, Simon 2006. Mediatized conflict: Developments in media and conflict studies. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Cottle, Simon 2007. Mediatized recognition and the “Other”. Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy 123 , pp. 34-38.

Cottle, Simon 2007. Ethnography and news production: new(s) developments in the field. Sociology Compass 1 (1) , pp. 1-16. 10.1111/j.1751-9020.2007.00002.x

Cottle, Simon 2008. Conflict as media content. In: Donsbach, W. ed. The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Vol. III. Oxford and Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 915-917. (10.1111/b.9781405131995.2008.x)

Cottle, Simon 2008. Social drama in a mediatized world: The racist murder of Stephen Lawrence. In: St. John, Graham ed. Victor Turner and Contemporary Cultural Performance, New York and Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 109-124.

Cottle, Simon 2008. 'Mediatized rituals': a reply to Couldry and Rothenbuhler. Media, Culture & Society 30 (1) , pp. 135-140. 10.1177/0163443707084351

Cottle, Simon 2008. Global crisis reporting: Journalism in the global age. Issues in Cultural and Media Studies, Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Cottle, Simon 2008. Journalism and globalization. In: Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin and Hanitzsch, Thomas eds. Handbook of Journalism Studies, International Communication Association Handbook, London: Routledge, pp. 341-356.

Cottle, Simon 2008. Reporting demonstrations: The changing media politics of dissent. Media, Culture & Society 30 (6) , pp. 853-872. 10.1177/0163443708096097

Cottle, Simon 2008. Humanitarian NGOs and news media: Relations of communicative power in the global age. Presented at: The Mediatisation of Humanitarian Crises, London, UK, 13 November 2008.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Analysing visuals. Still and moving images. In: Hansen, Anders, Cottle, Simon, Negrine, Ralph and Newbold, Chris eds. Mass Communication Research Methods, SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, vol. 3. SAGE Publications, pp. 227-254.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Global crises in the news: Staging new wars, disasters and climate change. International Journal of Communication 3 , pp. 494-516.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Journalism studies: coming of (global) age? Journalism 10 (3) , pp. 309-311. 10.1177/1464884909102573

Cottle, Simon 2009. New(s) times: towards a "Second Wave" of news ethnography. In: Hansen, Anders, Cottle, Simon, Negrine, Ralph and Newbold, Chris eds. Mass Communication Research Methods, SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, vol. 1. London: SAGE Publications, pp. 366-386.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Analysing visuals: still and moving images. In: Hansen, A. ed. Mass Communication Research Methods, SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, London: SAGE Publications, pp. 227-254.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Participant observation: researching news production. In: Hansen, A. ed. Mass Communication Research Methods, SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, London: SAGE Publications, pp. 260-285.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Series editor's preface. In: Allan, Stuart and Thorsen, Einar eds. Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 1. New York: Peter Lang, ix-xii.

Cottle, Simon 2009. Series editor's preface. In: Boyce, Tammy and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. Climate Change and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 5. New York: Peter Lang, vii-xi.

Cottle, Simon 2010. Foreward. In: Matthews, Julian ed. Producing Serious News for Citizen Children: A Study of the BBC’s Children’s Program 'Newsround', Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, v-ix.

Cottle, Simon 2010. Forward. In: Samuel-Azran, Tal ed. Al Jazeera and US War Coverage, New York: Peter Lang, ix-xi.

Cottle, Simon 2010. Global crises and world news ecology. In: Allan, Stuart ed. The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism, Oxford: Routledge, pp. 473-484.

Cottle, Simon 2010. Global cries and world news ecology. In: Allan, S. ed. The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism, New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 473-484.

Cottle, Simon 2011. Afterword: Media and the Arab uprisings 2011. In: Cottle, Simon and Lester, Libby eds. Transnational Protests and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 10. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 293-304.

Cottle, Simon 2011. Hawkins, Virgil: Stealth conflicts: how the world’s worst violence is ignored - 234pp, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot 2008, £55.00, ISBN 978-0-7546-7506-8 [Book Review]. Journalism Studies 12 (1) , pp. 130-132. 10.1080/1461670X.2010.534596

Cottle, Simon 2011. Television agora and agoraphobia post-September 11. In: Zelizer, Barbie and Allan, Stuart eds. Journalism after September 11, Communication and Society, London: Routledge, pp. 232-251.

Cottle, Simon 2011. Transnational Protests and the Media: new developments, challenging debates. In: Cottle, Simon and Lester, Libby eds. Transnational Protests and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 10. New York ; Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 17-40.

Cottle, Simon 2011. Camels, cell phones and the global call for democracy. Presented at: Mirage in the Desert: Reporting the Arab Spring, Coventry, UK, 15 June 2011.

Cottle, Simon 2011. Media and the Arab uprisings of 2011: research notes. Journalism 12 (5) , pp. 647-659. 10.1177/1464884911410017

Cottle, Simon 2011. Taking global crises in the news seriously: notes from the dark side of globalization. Global Media and Communication 7 (2) , pp. 77-95. 10.1177/1742766511410217

Cottle, Simon 2011. Cell phones, camels and the global call for democracy. In: Mair, John and Keeble, Richard Lance eds. Mirage In The Desert? Reporting The 'Arab Spring', Bury St. Edmunds: Amina Publishing, pp. 196-210.

Cottle, Simon 2011. Arab uprisings, media inscriptions. Re-public: Re-Imagining Democracy

Cottle, Simon 2012. Series Editor's Preface. In: Moore, Kerry, Gross, Bernhard and Threadgold, Terry Roslyn eds. Migrations and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 6. Oxford: Peter Lang, ix-x.

Cottle, Simon 2012. Mediatized disasters in the Global Age: on the ritualization of catastrophe. In: Alexander, Jeffrey C., Jacobs, Ronald and Smith, Philip eds. The Oxford Handbook of Cultural Sociology, Oxford Handbooks in Politics & International Relations, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 259-283.

Cottle, Simon 2013. Journalists witnessing disaster: From the calculus of death to the injunction to care. Journalism Studies 14 (2) , pp. 232-248. 10.1080/1461670X.2012.718556

Cottle, Simon 2013. Ulrich Beck, 'risk society' and the media: a catastrophic view? In: Hansen, Anders ed. Media and the Environment: Environment, Media and Environmental Communication, Vol. 1. Routledge,

Cottle, Simon 2013. Environmental conflict in a global, media age: beyond dualisms. In: Lester, Libby and Hutchins, Brett eds. Environmental Conflict and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 13. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 13-28.

Cottle, Simon 2014. Journalists witnessing disasters: from the calculus of death to the injunction to care. In: Chouliaraki, L. and Blaagaard, B. eds. Cosmopolitanism and the New News Media, Journalism Studies, vol. 14/2. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 83-99. (10.1080/1461670X.2012.718556)

Cottle, Simon 2014. Mediating the environment: modalities of TV news. In: Hansen, A. ed. Media and the Environment, Critical Concepts in the Environment, Abingdon: Taylor & Francis,

Cottle, Simon 2014. Rethinking media and disasters in a global age: What’s changed and why it matters. Media, War and Conflict 7 (1) , pp. 3-22. 10.1177/1750635213513229
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Cottle, Simon 2017. Communication, human insecurity and the responsibility to protect. In: Robinson, Piers ed. Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security, Routledge, pp. 321-333.

Cottle, Simon 2018. Journalism coming of (global) age, II. Journalism 20 (1) , pp. 102-105.
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Cottle, Simon 2021. Massacre of the innocents? On historically shifting registers of sensibility. In: Chouliaraki, Lilie and Jorgensen, Anne Vestergaard eds. Routledge Handbook of Humanitarian Communication, Routledge International Handbooks, Abingdon and New York: Routledge,

Cottle, Simon and Lester, Libby 2011. Transnational protests and the media: an introduction. In: Cottle, Simon and Lester, Libby eds. Transnational Protests and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 10. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 3-15.

Cottle, Simon and Lester, Libby 2011. Transnational protests and the media: toward global civil society? In: Cottle, Simon and Lester, Libby eds. Transnational Protests and the Media, Global Crises and the Media, vol. 10. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 287-291.

Cottle, Simon and Matthews, Julian 2013. U.S. TV news and communicative architecture: between manufacturing consent and mediating democracy. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 57 (4) , pp. 562-578. 10.1080/08838151.2013.845831

Cottle, Simon and Nolan, David 2007. Global humanitarianism and the changing aid-media field: "Everyone was dying for footage". Journalism Studies 8 (6) , pp. 862-878. 10.1080/14616700701556104

Cottle, Simon and Rai, Mugdha 2006. Between display and deliberation: analyzing TV news as communicative architecture. Media Culture Society 28 (2) , pp. 163-189. 10.1177/0163443706061680

Cottle, Simon and Rai, Mugdha 2008. Television news in Singapore: mediating conflict and consent. Asian Journal of Social Science 36 (3 - 4) , pp. 638-658. 10.1163/156853108X327137

Cottle, Simon and Rai, Mugdha 2008. Television news in India: mediating democracy and difference. International Communication Gazette 70 (1) , pp. 76-96. 10.1177/1748048507084579

Cottle, Simon and Rai, Mugdha 2008. Television news in South Africa: Mediating an emerging democracy. Journal of South African Studies 34 (2) , pp. 343-358. 10.1080/03057070802038017

Cottle, Simon and Rai, Mugdha 2008. Global 24/7 news providers: emissaries of global dominance or global public sphere? Global Media and Communication 4 (2) , pp. 157-181. 10.1177/1742766508091518

Cottle, Simon and Rai, Mugdha 2011. Global 24/7 news providers: emissaries of global dominance or global public sphere? In: Gripsrud, J., Moe, H., Molander, A. and Murdock, G. eds. The Public Sphere, London: SAGE Publications, pp. 321-343.

Coupland, V. A., Green, J. M., Kitzinger, Jenny and Richards, M. P. M. 1987. Obstetricians on the Labour Ward: implications of medical staffing structures. British Medical Journal 295 , pp. 1077-1079. 10.1136/bmj.295.6605.1077
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Cushion, Stephen 2006. Refashioning youth citizenship: Hoodies, the anti-Iraq war movement and press coverage in Wales. Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal 3 , pp. 107-122.

Cushion, Stephen 2007. “On the beat” or in the classroom: Where and how is journalism studied? Journalism Practice 1 (3) , pp. 421-434. 10.1080/17512780701505234

Cushion, Stephen 2007. Protesting their apathy? An analysis of British press coverage of young anti Iraq war protestors. Journal of Youth Studies 10 (4) , pp. 419-437.

Cushion, Stephen 2007. Rich media, poor journalists: Journalists’ salaries. Journalism Practice 1 (1) , pp. 120-129. 10.1080/17512780601078910

Cushion, Stephen 2008. Truly International? A content analysis of journalism: theory, practice and criticism and journalism studies. Journalism Practice 2 (2) , pp. 280-293. 10.1080/17512780801999477

Cushion, Stephen 2009. Discouraging citizenship? Young people's reactions to news media coverage of anti-Iraq war protesting in the UK. Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research 17 (2) , pp. 123-143. 10.1177/110330880901700202

Cushion, Stephen 2009. From tabloid hack to broadcast journalist: which news sources are the most trusted? Journalism Practice 3 (4) , pp. 472-481. 10.1080/17512780903259358

Cushion, Stephen 2009. Reflecting the four nations? An analyis of reporting devolution on UK network news media. Presented at: MeCCSA Conference, Bradford University, 2009.

Cushion, Stephen 2009. “The truants take to the streets”: Young people, politics and citizenship in the UK. Media & Jornalismo 11

Cushion, Stephen 2010. Rolling service, market logic: the race to be "Britain's most watched news channel". In: Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. The Rise of 24-Hour News Television: Global Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang,

Cushion, Stephen 2010. Three phases of 24-hour news television. In: Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. The Rise of 24-Hour News Television: Global Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 15-30.

Cushion, Stephen 2012. Television journalism. Journalism Studies: Key Texts, London: SAGE Publications.

Cushion, Stephen 2012. The democratic value of news: Why public service media matter. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cushion, Stephen 2013. Do public service media (still) matter? Evaluating the supply, quality, and the impact of television news in Western Europe. In: Kuhn, Raymond and Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis eds. Political Journalism in Transition: Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective, Reuters Challenges, Oxford: I. B. Tauris, pp. 151-170.

Cushion, Stephen 2013. Assessing, measuring and applying ‘public value tests’ beyond new media: Interpreting impartiality and plurality in debates about journalism standards. In: Barkho, Leon ed. From Theory to Practice: How to Assess and Apply Impartiality in News and Current Affairs, Chicago: Chicago University Press, pp. 49-68.

Cushion, Stephen 2015. Injecting immediacy into media logic: re(interpreting) the mediatizaton of politics on UK television newscasts 1991-2013. Javnost/The Public 21 (3) , pp. 39-54. 10.1080/13183222.2014.11073410
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Cushion, Stephen 2015. News and politics: the rise of live and interpretive journalism. Communication and Society, London: Routledge.

Cushion, Stephen 2018. Using public opinion to serve journalistic narratives: rethinking vox pops and live two-way reporting in five UK election campaigns (2009-2017). European Journal of Communication 33 (6) , pp. 639-656. 10.1177/0267323118793779
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Cushion, Stephen 2018. Journalism under (ideological) threat: safeguarding and enhancing public service media into the 21st century. Journalism 20 (1) , pp. 69-72. 10.1177/1464884918807036
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Cushion, Stephen, Aalberg, Toril and Thomas, Richard 2014. Towards a rolling news logic in fixed time bulletins? A comparative analysis of journalistic interventions in the US, UK and Norway. European Journal of Communication 29 (1) , pp. 100-109. 10.1177/0267323113504373
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Cushion, Stephen and Franklin, Robert 2015. Public service broadcasting: markets and 'vulnerable values' in broadcast and print journalism. In: Coleman, Stephen, Moss, Giles and Parry, Katy eds. Can the Media Serve Democracy? Essays in Honour of Jay G. Blumler, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 63-75.
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Cushion, Stephen, Franklin, Robert Arthur and Court, Geoff 2006. Citizens, readers and local newspaper coverage of the UK 2005 General Election. Javnost 13 (1) , pp. 41-60.

Cushion, Stephen, Kilby, Allaina, Thomas, Richard, Morani, Marina and Sambrook, Richard Jeremy 2018. Newspapers, impartiality and television news: intermedia agenda-setting during the 2015 uk general election campaign. Journalism Studies 19 (2) , pp. 162-181. 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1171163
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin and Kilby, Allaina 2017. Why context, relevance and repetition matter in news reporting: Interpreting the UK's political information environment. Journalism 10.1177/1464884917746560
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Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Mathew Wren 2017. Impartiality, statistical tit-for tats and the construction of balance: UK television news reporting of the 2016 EU referendum campaign. European Journal of Communication 32 (3) , pp. 208-223. 10.1177/0267323117695736
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Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren 2009. Towards a 'Foxification' of 24-hour news channels in Britain?: An analysis of market-driven and publicly funded news coverage. Journalism 10 (2) , pp. 131-153. 10.1177/1464884908100598

Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren 2010. Introduction: what is 24-hour news television? In: Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. The Rise of 24-Hour News Television: Global Perspectives, Global Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 1-14.

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Callaghan, Robert 2017. Data journalism, impartiality and statistical claims: towards more independent scrutiny in news reporting. Journalism Practice 11 , pp. 1198-1215. 10.1080/17512786.2016.1256789
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Groves, Christopher Robert 2009. Reflecting the four nations? An analysis of reporting devolution on UK network news media. Journalism Studies 10 (5) , pp. 655-671. 10.1080/14616700902797242
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Groves, Christopher Robert 2009. Prioritizing hand-shaking over policy-making: A study of how the 2007 devolved elections was reported on BBC UK network coverage. Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal 6 , pp. 7-32.

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Ramsay, Gordon 2010. Four nations impartiality review follow-up: An analysis of reporting devolution. [Project Report]. London: BBC Trust Publications. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/our_work/services/te...

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Ramsay, Gordon Neil 2012. The impact of interventionist regulation in reshaping news agendas: A comparative analysis of public and commercially funded television journalism. Journalism 13 (7) , pp. 831-849. 10.1177/1464884911431536

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Rachel and Rodger, Hugh 2015. Adopting or resisting 24-hour news logic on evening bulletins? the mediatization of UK television news 1991-2012. Journalism 16 (7) , pp. 866-883. 10.1177/1464884914550975
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Cushion, Stephen, Roger, Hugh and Lewis, Rachel 2014. Comparing levels of mediatization in television journalism: an analysis of political reporting on US and UK evening news bulletins. International Communication Gazette 76 (6) , pp. 443-463. 10.1177/1748048514533860
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Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2013. The mediatization of politics: Interpreting the value of live vs. edited journalistic interventions in UK television news bulletins. The International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (3) , pp. 360-380. 10.1177/1940161213484522

Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2016. Reporting different second order elections: A comparative analysis of the 2009 and 2013 local and EU elections on public and commercial UK television news bulletins. British Politics 11 (2) , pp. 164-183. 10.1057/bp.2015.26
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Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2017. From quantitative precision to qualitative judgements: professional perspectives about the impartiality of television news during the 2015 UK General Election. Journalism 10.1177/1464884916685909
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Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2018. Reporting elections: Rethinking the logic of campaign coverage. Polity.

Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard and Ellis, Oliver 2015. The mediatization of second-order elections and party launches: UK television news reporting of the 2014 European Union campaign. International Journal of Communication 9 , pp. 1523-1543.
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard and Ellis, Oliver 2015. Interpreting UKIP's 'earthquake' in British politics: UK television news coverage of the 2009 and 2014 EU election campaigns. The Political Quarterly 86 (2) , pp. 314-322. 10.1111/1467-923X.12169
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard, Kilby, Allaina, Morani, Marina and Sambrook, Richard Jeremy 2016. Interpreting the media logic behind editorial decisions: Television News Coverage of the 2015 U.K. General Election Campaign. International Journal of Press/Politics 21 (4) , pp. 472-489. 10.1177/1940161216664726
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Davidson, R., Hunt, K. and Kitzinger, Jenny 2003. 'Radical blueprint for social change'? Media representations of New Labour's policies on public health. Sociology of Health & Illness 25 (6) , pp. 532-552. 10.1111/1467-9566.00357

Davidson, Rosemary, Kitzinger, Jenny and Hunt, Kate 2006. The wealthy get healthy, the poor get poorly? Lay perceptions of health inequalities. Social Science and Medicine 62 (9) , pp. 2171-2182. 10.1016/j.socscimed.2005.10.010

Davies, Philip John and Franklin, Robert Arthur 2009. Alistair Cooke: reporting America, reporting Britain. Journalism Practice 3 (3) , pp. 361-369. 10.1080/17512780902975145

Davis, Aeron and Walsh, Catherine 2016. The role of the state in the financialisation of the UK economy. Political Studies 64 (3) , pp. 666-682. 10.1111/1467-9248.12198
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Davis, Aeron and Walsh, Catherine 2017. Distinguishing financialization from neoliberalism. Theory, Culture & Society 34 (5-6) , pp. 27-51. 10.1177/0263276417715511
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de Bruin-Molé, Megen 2017. Space bitches, witches, and kick-ass princesses: Star Wars and popular feminism. In: Hassler-Forest, Dan and Guynes, Sean eds. Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling, Transmedia: Participatory Culture and Media Convergence, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press,
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Delp, Robert Kyle 2012. The Obama Model and Britain: a doxological inquiry into the rhetoric and reception of strategic identification in the 2008 American presidential election. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Dencik, Lina 2011. Media and global civil society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dencik, Lina 2013. What global citizens and whose global moral order? Defining the global at BBC World News. Global Media and Communication 9 (2) , pp. 116-131. 10.1177/1742766513479716

Dencik, Lina 2013. Alternative news sites and the complexities of 'space'. New Media & Society 15 (8) , pp. 1207-1233. 10.1177/1461444812471812

Dencik, Lina 2014. Why Facebook censorship matters. [Online]. Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. Available at: http://www.jomec.co.uk/blog/why-facebook-censorshi...

Dencik, Lina 2014. From breastfeeding to politics, Facebook steps up censorship. The Conversation 2014 (17 Jan)

Dencik, Lina 2015. The advent of surveillance realism. [Online]. Cardiff: Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. Available at: http://www.jomec.co.uk/blog/the-advent-of-surveill...

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Dencik, Lina 2016. Predictive policing and the automated suppression of dissent. [Online]. London: London School of Economics and Political Science. Available at: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/2016/06/...

Dencik, Lina 2018. Surveillance realism and the politics of imagination: is there no alternative? Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy 2018 (1) , pp. 31-43.
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Dencik, Lina 2019. Authenticity. In: Pères-González, Luis, Blaagaard, Bolette and Baker, Mona eds. Routledge Encyclopedia of Citizen Media, London and New York: Routledge,
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Dencik, Lina 2019. Situating practices in datafication - from above and below. In: Stephansen, Hilde and Treré, Emiliano eds. Citizen Media and Practice, London and New York: Routledge,
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Dencik, Lina and Allan, Stuart 2017. In/visible conflicts: NGOs and the visual politics of humanitarian photography. Media, Culture & Society 39 (8) , pp. 1178-1193. 10.1177/0163443717726865
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Dencik, Lina and Cable, Jonathan 2017. The advent of surveillance realism: Public opinion and activist responses to the Snowden leaks. International Journal of Communication 11 , pp. 763-781.
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Dencik, Lina and Hintz, Arne 2017. Civil society in an age of surveillance: beyond techno-legal solutionism? Civil Society Futures
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Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne and Cable, Jonathan 2016. Towards data justice? The ambiguity of anti-surveillance resistance in political activism. Big Data and Society 10.1177/2053951716679678
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Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne and Cable, Jonathan 2019. Towards 'data justice': Bridging anti-surveillance and social justice activism. In: Bigo, Didier, Isin, Engin F. and Ruppert, Evelyn eds. Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights, Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology, Routledge,

Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne and Carey, Zoe 2017. Prediction, preemption and limits to dissent: social media and big data uses for policing protests in the UK. New Media & Society 20 (4) , pp. 1433-1450. 10.1177/1461444817697722
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Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne, Carey, Zoe and Pandya, Hina 2015. Managing 'threats': uses of social media for policing domestic extremism and disorder in the UK. [Project Report]. Quantified Society, Media Democracy Fund, Ford Foundation, Open Society Foundations. Available at: http://www.dcssproject.net/files/2015/12/Managing-...
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Dencik, Lina, Hintz, Arne, Redden, Joanna and Warne, Harry 2018. Data scores as Governance: Investigating uses of citizen scoring in public services project report. [Project Report]. Cardiff University: Open Society Foundations.
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Dencik, Lina and Wilkin, Peter 2015. Worker resistance and media: challenging global corporate power in the 21st century. Global Crises and the Media, Peter Lang.

Dencik, Lina and Wilkin, Peter 2018. Digital activism and the future of worker resistance. In: Meikle, Graham ed. The Routledge Companion to Media and Activism, Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions, Routledge, pp. 125-133.

Dhiensawadkij, Duangkaew 2018. Reproducing the politics of climate change: A study of Thai newspaper reporting. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Dias, Susana Sampaio 2013. Reporting human rights: a study of broadcast news representations and journalist practices. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Doughty, Mark, Lawson, Shaun, Linehan, Conor, Rowland, Duncan and Bennett, Lucy 2014. Disinhibited abuse of othered communities by second-screening audiences. Presented at: 2014 ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for TV and Online Video, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 25-27 June 2014. Proceedings of the 2014 ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for TV and Online Video. New York, NY: ACM, pp. 55-62. 10.1145/2602299.2602311

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Edgar, Andrew Robert, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Interpreting chronic disorders of consciousness: medical science and family experience. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 21 (3) , pp. 374-379. 10.1111/jep.12220
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El Refaie, Elisabeth, Payson, Alida, Bliesemann de Guevara, Berit and Gameiro, Carla 2018. Pictorial and spatial metaphor in the drawings of a culturally diverse group of women with fertility problems. Visual Communication 10.1177/1470357218784622
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Elmer, Greg, Langlois, Ganaele, Devereaux, Zach, Ryan, Peter Malachy, McKelvey, Fenwick, Redden, Joanna and Curlew, Brady 2009. Blogs I read: partisanship and party loyalty in the Canadian blogosphere. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 , pp. 156-165. 10.1080/19331680902832582

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Elmer, Greg, Ryan, Peter Malachy, Devereaux, Zach, Langlois, Ganaele, Redden, Joanna and McKelvey, Fenwick 2007. Election bloggers: methods for determining political influence. First Monday 12 (4) , 2 Apr 2007.

Evans, Daniel 2015. Post-Devolution Welsh Identity in Porthcawl: an ethnographic analysis of class, place and everyday nationhood in 'British Wales'. PhD Thesis, Bangor University.
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Evans, K., Stockley, S., Taylor, C., Brown, Julie, Rab, M. and Khan, S. 2014. Mapping cultural and creative industries in Pakistan. British Council.
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Evelina, Kazakeviciute 2019. ‘I wouldn’t trust no words written down on no piece of paper’: Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man, Jacques Derrida and the critique of logocentrism. JOMEC Journal (13) , pp. 70-92. 10.18573/jomec.184
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Farinosi, Manuela and Trere, Emiliano 2014. Challenging mainstream media, documenting real life and sharing with the community: An analysis of the motivations for producing citizen journalism in a post-disaster city. Global Media and Communication 10 (1) , pp. 73-92. 10.1177/1742766513513192
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Farrell, Nathan and Allan, Stuart 2015. Redrawing boundaries: WITNESS and the politics of citizen videos. Global Media and Communication 11 (3) , pp. 237-253. 10.1177/1742766515606291
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Fathallah, Judith 2013. Changing discursive formations from Supernatural: fanfic and the legitimation paradox. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Fernández-Navarro, Francisco, Hervás-Martínez, César, Sanchez-Monedero, Javier and Gutiérrez, Pedro Antonio 2011. MELM-GRBF: A modified version of the extreme learning machine for generalized radial basis function neural networks. Neurocomputing 74 (16) , pp. 2502-2510. 10.1016/j.neucom.2010.11.032

Field, Allyson Nadia, Miller, Toby, Nichols, Bill and Tyron, Chuck 2008. Scholars on the subject of media, politics and the academy (in 12 parts). Mediascape Fall 2008 (Fall)

Fitzgerald, Patrick 2014. Legitimising dissent? British and American newspaper coverage of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Flaounas, Ilias, Ali, Omar, Lansdall-Welfare, Thomas, De Bie, Tijl, Mosdell, Nicholas Alexander, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Cristianini, Nello 2013. Research methods in the age of digital journalism. Digital Journalism 1 (1) , pp. 102-116. 10.1080/21670811.2012.714928

Flaounas, Ilias, Turchi, Marco, Ali, Omar, Fyson, Nick, De Bie, Tijl, Mosdell, Nicholas Alexander, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Cristianini, Nello 2010. The structure of the EU mediasphere. Plos One 5 (12) , e14243. 10.1371/journal.pone.0014243
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Fox, Andrew 2014. Pushing the button: a quantitative analysis of red button television content in the UK. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Franklin, Robert 2014. The future of journalism: in an age of digital media and economic uncertainty. Journalism Studies 15 (5) , pp. 481-499. 10.1080/1461670X.2014.930254

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Franklin, Robert Arthur 2004. Packaging politics: political communications in Britain's media democracy (2nd Edition). London: Arnold.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2005. McJournalism? The local press and the McDonaldization thesis. In: Allan, S ed. Journalism: Critical Issues, Open University Press, pp. 137-150.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2006. Local journalism and local media: making the local news. London: Routledge.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2008. Newspapers: trends and developments. In: Franklin, Robert Arthur ed. Pulling newspapers apart: analysing print journalism, London ; New York: Routledge, pp. 1-36.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2008. Newszak. Entertainment versus news and information. In: Biressi, Anita and Nunn, Heather eds. The tabloid culture reader, Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/Open University Press, pp. 13-22.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2008. Pulling newspapers apart: Analysing print journalism. London: Routledge.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2008. More buttons and knobs to press but less choice on the box [Newspaper Article]. Western Mail 2008 (27 Sep)

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2009. British newspapers. In: Sterling, Christopher H. ed. Encyclopedia of Journalism, SAGE,

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Franklin, Robert Arthur 2009. Evidence gathering on the current state of the Welsh newspaper industry - The future of newspapers; a comparative assessment. [Project Report]. Welsh Assembly Government.
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Franklin, Robert Arthur 2009. Evidence gathering on the current state of the Welsh newspaper industry - the local and regional press; organisational change, editorial independence and political reporting. [Project Report]. Welsh Assembly Government.
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Franklin, Robert Arthur 2009. The Future of Newspapers. Routledge.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2010. Introduction: Special issue: The future of journalism. Journalism Studies 11 (4) , pp. 442-463. 10.1080/14616701003802535

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2010. Sources, credibility and the continuing crisis of UK journalism. In: Franklin, Robert Arthur and Carlson, Matt eds. Journalists, Sources and Credibility: New Perspectives, Routledge Research in Journalism, London: Routledge, pp. 90-106.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2011. Why is Larry the Cat news? Churnalism, public relations and news. Presented at: Why is Larry the Cat News?, University of Newcastle, G21/22 Devonshire Building, 25th March 2011.

Franklin, Robert Arthur 2012. Local newspapers mean business: a political economic account of the local and regional newspaper industry. In: Petley, Julian and Williams, Granville eds. The Media in Contemporary Britain: A Critical Approach, Palgrave MacMillan,

Franklin, Robert Arthur and Carlson, Matt 2010. Introduction. In: Franklin, Robert Arthur and Carlson, Matt eds. Journalists, Sources and Credibility: New Perspectives, Routledge Research in Journalism, London: Routledge, pp. 1-18.

Franklin, Robert Arthur, Hogan, Mike, Langley, Quentin, Mosdell, Nicholas Alexander and Pill, Mark Elliot 2009. Key Concepts in Public Relations. Sage.

Franklin, Robert Arthur, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Williams, Andy 2010. Journalism, news sources and public relations. In: Allan, Stuart ed. The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism, Routledge Companions, New York: Routledge, pp. 202-212.

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Gabrielle, Samuel and Kitzinger, Jenny 2013. Context, conspiracy, pseudonym and self-report data: discussion of "Reporting Consciousness in Coma". JOMEC Journal 3 (Jun 13) , 6. 10.18573/j.2013.10245
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Galani, Areti and Kidd, Jenny 2019. Evaluating digital cultural heritage 'In the wild': The case for reflexivity. Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage 12 (1) , 5. 10.1145/3287272
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Gameiro, Carla, Bliesemann, Berit, El Refaie, Elisabeth and Payson, Alida 2018. DrawingOut - An innovative drawing workshop method to support the generation and dissemination of research findings. PLoS ONE 13 (9) , e0203197.. 10.1371/journal.pone.0203197
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García, Rodrigo Gómez and Trere, Emiliano 2014. The #YoSoy132 movement and the struggle for media democratization in Mexico. Convergence 20 (4) , pp. 496-510. 10.1177/1354856514541744
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Garcia-Blanco, Inaki 2008. (Ir)rational citizens? The role of passions in newspapers’ interpretations of citizens’ political decisions. Presented at: ECREA’s 2nd European Communication Conference, Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona (CCIB), 26 - 28 November 2008.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki 2009. The discursive construction of democracy in the Spanish press. Media, Culture & Society 31 (5) , pp. 841-854. 10.1177/0163443709339468

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki 2011. The journalistic construction of voters in the Spanish general election campaign 2008. Journalism Practice 5 (2) , pp. 177-192. 10.1080/17512786.2010.523586

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki 2011. The mediated construction of the national public sphere in Spain. Presented at: Public Sphere Reconsidered: theories and practices, University of Beira Interior in Covilhã, Portugal, 19 - 20 May 2011.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Bennett, Lucy 2018. Between a 'media circus' and 'seeing justice being done': metajournalistic discourse and the transparency of justice in the debate on filming trials in British newspapers. Journalism 10.1177/1464884918760025
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Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Cushion, Stephen 2009. Constructing Europe and European citizenship? A study of Euronews and the democratic implications of their journalistic practices. Presented at: MeCCSA Conference 2009, National Media Museum, Bradford, Wed 14 – Fri 16 January 2009.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Cushion, Stephen 2010. A partial Europe without citizens or EU-level political institutions: How far can Euronews constitute a European public sphere? Journalism Studies 11 (3) , pp. 393-411. 10.1080/14616700903378653

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki, Van Bauwel, Sofie and Cammaerts, Bart 2009. The realm of contemporary media agoras. Media Agoras : Democracy, Diversity, and Communication, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Pub, pp. 1-15.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2009. The discursive construction of women politicians in the European press [conference poster]. Presented at: MeCCSA 2009 Conference, The National Media Museum, Bradford, 14-16 January 2009.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2010. The discursive construction of women politicians in the European press [conference paper]. Presented at: ICA 2010 Conference, Singapore, June 22-26, 2010.
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Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2010. The illusion of the European public sphere: British political actors and their perception of citizens’ political participation in EU politics. Presented at: IAMCR Annual Conference, Braga, Portugal, 18-22 July.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2010. The illusion of the European public sphere: British political actors and their perception of citizens’ political participation in EU politics. Presented at: Transcultural Communication – Intercultural ComparisonsEuropean Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Hans Bredow Institute, Hamburg, 12 - 15 October 2010.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2012. The discursive construction of women politicians in the European press. Feminist Media Studies 12 (3) , pp. 422-441. 10.1080/14680777.2011.615636

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2013. Remote, elitist, or non-existent: British political actors discuss the European public sphere. Javnost/The Public 20 (3) , pp. 23-38.
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Garia Blanco, Iñaki and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2009. Migrant women and the representation of immigration. Feminist Media Studies 9 (2) , pp. 256-259.

Garner, Ross 2008. What glows beneath: Affective nostalgia in 'Life on Mars'. Presented at: 5th Annual MeCCSA Postgraduate Conference, University of Sussex, UK, 1-2 July 2008.
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Garner, Ross 2009. The curious case of Amanda Price: Genre cycles, 'constrained innovation' and 'Lost in Austen' as time travel for a female audience. Presented at: Science Fiction across Media: Adaptation/Novelisation, Faculty of Arts, K U Leuven, Netherlands, 28-30 May 2009.
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Garner, Ross 2010. "Don't You Forget About Me": Intertextuality and generic anchoring in The Sarah Jane Adventures. In: Garner, Ross, Beattie, Melissa and McCormack, Una eds. Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things: Cultural Perspectives on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishers, pp. 161-181.

Garner, Ross 2010. Access denied: Intertextual barricades and public service broadcasting in 'Torchwood'. Presented at: Investigating Torchwood: Text, Context, Audiences, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK, 18 June 2010.
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Garner, Ross 2011. A love that spans all ages?: Interrogating the 'mainstream' appeal of ITV1's 'Lost in Austen' (2008). Presented at: Alien Nation: A Conference on British Telefantasy, Northumbria University, UK, 20-21 July 2011.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Nostalgia and post-2005 British time travel dramas: A semiotic analysis of a television genre cycle. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Investigating 'Life on Mars': The contextual nature of 'classic' TV. Presented at: Cops on the Box: Crime Drama on UK TV Screens, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK, 15 March 2013.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Access denied: Intertextual barricades and public service broadcasting in Torchwood. In: Williams, Rebecca ed. Torchwood Declassified: Investigating Mainstream Cult Television, Investigating Cult TV Series, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 13-32.

Garner, Ross 2013. Remembering Sarah Jane: Intradiegetic allusions, embodied presence/absence and nostalgia. In: Mellor, David, Hills, Matt and Earl, Benjamin eds. New Dimensions of Doctor Who: Adventures in Space, Time and Television, Reading Contemporary Television, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 192-215.

Garner, Ross 2013. Simultaneously 'quality' and 'popular': Layered polysemy and nostalgic discourse in 'Doctor Who' (BBC 2005- ). Presented at: Doctor Who: Walking in Eternity: An Interdisciplinary Conference Celebrating 50 Years of Adventures in Time and Space, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK, 3-5 September 2013.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Towards an inclusive approach? Theorising nostalgia through social constructionism. Presented at: Nostalgias: Visualising Longing, Margate, UK, 9-10 November 2013.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Friends reunited? Authorship discourses and brand management for the Sarah Jane Adventures 'Death of the Doctor'. In: O'Day, Andrew ed. Doctor Who, the eleventh hour: a critical celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat era, Who watching, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 246-264.

Garner, Ross 2014. Celebrating and critiquing "past" and "present"? The intersection between nostalgia and public service discourses in BBC1's Ashes to Ashes. In: Machin, David ed. Visual Communication, Handbooks of Communication Science, vol. 4. De Gruyter, pp. 405-425.

Garner, Ross 2014. On a (different) plain? Cult geography, authenticity and Nirvana fandom. Presented at: Fan Studies Network Conference 2014, Regent's University, London, UK, 27-28 September 2014.
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Garner, Ross 2014. "The series that changed television": Twin Peaks, "classic" status and temporal capital. Presented at: SCMS - Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2014, Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, WA, USA, 19-23 March 2014.
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Garner, Ross 2015. "It is happening again": Twin Peaks and the "dispersed anniversary". Presented at: I'll See You Again in 25 Years: The Return of Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV, University of Salford, UK, 21-22 May 2015.
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Garner, Ross 2015. "It is happening again": Twin Peaks and the "dispersed anniversary". Presented at: SCMS - Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 25-29 March 2015.
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Garner, Ross 2015. Brand reconciliation? A case study of ITV's 2013 rebrand. Critical Studies in Television: An International Journal of Television Studies 10 (1) , pp. 3-23. 10.7227/CST.10.1.2
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Garner, Ross 2016. Crime drama and channel branding: ITV and Broadchurch. In: McElroy, Ruth ed. Contemporary British Television Crime Drama: Cops on the Box, Routledge, pp. 139-153.

Garner, Ross 2016. "The series that changed television"? Twin Peaks, "classic" status and temporal capital. Cinema Journal 55 (3) , pp. 137-142. 10.1353/cj.2016.0020
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Garner, Ross 2016. Going legendary: merchandising, transmediality and nostalgia in Power Rangers Super Megaforce. Presented at: Material Cultures of Television, University of Hull, Hull, UK, 21-22 March 2016.
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Garner, Ross 2017. Not my lifeblood: autoethnography, affective fluctuations and popular music antifandom. In: Booth, Paul ed. A Companion to Fandom and Fan Studies, London: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 202-236.

Garner, Ross 2017. Tomorrowland: A World Beyond (Brad Bird 2015). Journal of Science Fiction Film and Television 10 (2) , pp. 294-298.
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Garner, Ross 2017. "It is happening again": paratextuality 'quality' and nostalgia in Twin Peaks's dispersed anniversary. Series - International Journal of TV Serial Narratives 2 (2) , pp. 41-54. 10.6092/issn.2421-454X/6590
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Garner, Ross 2017. Insecure positions, heteronomous autonomy and tourism-cultural capital: a Bourdieusian reading of tour guides on BBC Worldwide's Doctor Who Experience Walking Tour. Tourist Studies 17 (4) , pp. 426-442. 10.1177/1468797616680851
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Garner, Ross 2018. Affective textualities, generalizations and focalizations: fan reactions to Twin Peaks's 2014 paratextual return. The Journal of Fandom Studies 6 (1) , pp. 63-80. 10.1386/jfs.6.1.63_1
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Garner, Ross and Shimabukuro, Karra 2016. IN FOCUS: Returning to the Red Room - Twin Peaks at twenty-five: Editor's introduction. Cinema Journal 55 (3) , pp. 118-120. 10.1353/cj.2016.0036
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Garner, Ross P. 2016. Symbolic and cued immersion: paratextual framing strategies on the Doctor Who Experience Walking Tour. Popular Communication 14 (2) , pp. 86-98. 10.1080/15405702.2016.1153101
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Gerbaudo, Paolo and Trere, Emiliano 2015. In search of the 'we' of social media activism: introduction to the special issue on social media and protest identities. Information, Communication & Society 18 (8) , pp. 865-871. 10.1080/1369118X.2015.1043319
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Godfrey, Sarah and Hamad, Hannah 2011. Save the cheerleader, save the males: Resurgent protective paternalism in popular film and television after 9/11. In: Ross, Karen ed. The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media, Oxford: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 157-173.
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Gorani, Dukagjin 2011. Orientalist Ethnonationalism: From Irredentism to Independentism. Discourse analysis of the Albanian ethnonationalist narrative about the National Rebirth (1870-1930) and Kosovo Independence (1980-2000). PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Gotz, Maya, Hofmann, Ole, Brosius, Hans-Bernd, Carter, Cynthia, Chan, Kara, Donald, Stephanie H., Fisherkeller, JoEllen, Frenette, Micheline, Kolbjørnsen, Tone, Lemish, Dafna, Lustyik, Kati, McMillin, Divya C., Walma van der Molen, Juliette H., Pecora, Norma, Prinsloo, Jeanne, Pestaj, Marina, Rivero, Pablo Ramos, Mereilles Reis, Ana-Helena, Saeys, Frieda, Scherr, Sebastian and Zhang, Honxia 2008. Gender in children’s television worldwide. Televizion 21

Grantham, Bill and Miller, Toby 2010. The End of Neoliberalism. Popular Communication 8 (3) , pp. 174-177. 10.1080/15405702.2010.493433

Green, G., Barbour, R. S., Barnard, M. and Kitzinger, Jenny 1993. "Who wears the trousers?": Sexual harassment in research settings. Women's Studies International Forum 16 (6) , pp. 627-637. 10.1016/S0277-5395(08)80007-6

Green, J. M., Coupland, V. A. and Kitzinger, Jenny 1990. Expectations, experiences, and psychological outcomes of childbirth: A prospective study of 825 women. Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care 17 (1) , pp. 15-24. 10.1111/j.1523-536X.1990.tb00004.x

Green, J. M., Coupland, V. A., Kitzinger, Jenny, Harvey, J. D. and Hare, M. J. 1989. Observations on obstetric staffing: The myth of the three tier norm. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 9 (4) , pp. 289-292. 10.3109/01443618909151066

Green, J. M., Kitzinger, Jenny and Coupland, V. A. 1986. The division of labour: implications of medical staffing structures for midwives and doctors on the labour ward. [Project Report]. Cambridge: Child Care and Development Group, University of Cambridge.

Green, J. M., Richards, M. P. M., Kitzinger, Jenny and Coupland, V. A. 1991. Mothers’ perceptions of their 6-week-old babies: relationships with antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal factors. IRISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 12 (2) , pp. 133-144. 10.1080/03033910.1991.10557833

Green, Lelia, Brady, Danielle, Ólafsson, Kjartan, Hartley, John and Lumby, Catharine 2011. Risks and safety for Australian children on the internet: full findings from the AU Kids Online survey of 9-16 year olds and their parents. Cultural Science Journal 4 (1) , pp. 1-73.

Green, Lelia, Hartley, John, Lumby, Catharine and Brady, Danielle 2011. Australian children's experiences of parents' online mediation. Presented at: Record of the Communications Policy and Research Forum 2011, Network Insight Institute, Sydney, Australia, 7-8 November 2011. Record of the CPRF Communications Policy and Research Forum 2011. Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute, pp. 259-276.

Greenhalgh, Trisha, Annandale, Ellen, Ashcroft, Richard, Barlow, James, Black, Nick, Bleakley, Alan, Boaden, Ruth, Braithwaite, Jeffrey, Britten, Nicky, Carnevale, Franco, Checkland, Kath, Cheek, Julianne, Clark, Alex, Cohn, Simon, Coulehan, Jack, Crabtree, Benjamin, Cummins, Steven, Davidoff, Frank, Davies, Huw, Dingwall, Robert, Dixon-Woods, Mary, Elwyn, Glyn, Engebretsen, Eivind, Ferlie, Ewan, Fulop, Naomi, Gabbay, John, Gagnon, Marie-Pierre, Galasinski, Dariusz, Garside, Ruth, Gilson, Lucy, Griffiths, Peter, Hawe, Penny, Helderman, Jan-Kees, Hodges, Brian, Hunter, David, Kearney, Margaret, Kitzinger, Celia, Kitzinger, Jenny, Kuper, Ayelet, Kushner, Saville, May, Andree Le, Legare, France, Lingard, Lorelei, Locock, Louise, Maben, Jill, Macdonald, Mary Ellen, Mair, Frances, Mannion, Russell, Marshall, Martin, May, Carl, Mays, Nicholas, McKee, Lorna, Miraldo, Marissa, Morgan, David, Morse, Janice, Nettleton, Sarah, Oliver, Sandy, Pearce, Warrren, Pluye, Pierre, Pope, Catherine, Robert, Glenn, Roberts, Celia, Rodella, Stefania, Rycroft-Malone, Jo, Sandelowski, Margarete, Shekelle, Paul, Stevenson, Fiona, Straus, Sharon, Swinglehurst, Deborah, Thorne, Sally, Tomson, Göran, Westert, Gerd, Wilkinson, Sue, Williams, Brian, Young, Terry and Ziebland, Sue 2016. An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research. BMJ 352 , i563. 10.1136/bmj.i563

Griffiths, Hugh 2017. Enriching the texture of experience: A media ecology perspective on the Do Lectures as a case study in strategic communication. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Groppel-Wegener, Alke and Kidd, Jenny 2019. Critical encounters with immersive storytelling. London and New York: Routledge.

Gross, Bernhard 2011. The state of the nation: television news and the politics of migration. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Gross, Bernhard, Moore, Kerry and Threadgold, Terry Roslyn 2007. Broadcast news coverage of asylum April to October 2006: caught between human rights and public safety. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Available at: http://cardiff.ac.uk/jomec/resources/BroadcastNews...
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Grunwald, Ebbe and Rupar, Verica 2009. Journalism curiosity and story telling frame: A comparative study of Australian and Danish newspapers. Journalism Practice 3 (4) , pp. 392-403. 10.1080/17512780902798703

Grunwald, Ebbe and Rupar, Verica 2010. Capturing meaning-making in journalism. Journalistika (2) , pp. 48-78.

Gulam, Khaled 2010. 'Talking to the desert' : discourse, power, and Libyan geopolitics 1969-2009. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Gutierrez, P. A., Perez-Ortiz, M., Sanchez-Monedero, Javier and Hervas-Martinez, C. 2016. Representing ordinal input variables in the context of ordinal classification. Presented at: 2016 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), Vancouver, BC, Canada, 24-29 July 2016. 2016 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN). IEEE, pp. 2174-2181. 10.1109/IJCNN.2016.7727468

Gutiérrez, P.A., Salcedo-Sanz, S., Hervás-Martínez, C., Carro-Calvo, L., Sanchez-Monedero, Javier and Prieto, L. 2013. Ordinal and nominal classification of wind speed from synoptic pressure patterns. Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 26 (3) , pp. 1008-1015. 10.1016/j.engappai.2012.10.018
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Hajek, Roman, Stefanikova, Sandra and Allan, Stuart 2014. Citizen journalism is as old as journalism itself: An interview with Stuart Allan. Medialní Studia 2 , pp. 174-181.
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Hale, James, Pugh, Thomas, Sadler, Jon, Boyko, Christopher, Brown, Julie, Caputo, Silvio, Caserio, Maria, Coles, Richard, Farmani, Raziyeh, Hales, Chantal, Horsey, Russell, Hunt, Dexter, Leach, Joanne, Rogers, Christopher and MacKenzie, A. Rob 2015. Delivering a multi-functional and resilient urban forest. Sustainability 7 (4) , pp. 4600-4624. 10.3390/su7044600
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Hallett, Lawrie and Hintz, Arne 2010. Digital broadcasting - Challenges and opportunities for European community radio broadcasters. Telematics and Informatics 27 (2) , pp. 151-161. 10.1016/j.tele.2009.06.005

Halliday, Simon, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Law in everyday life and death: a socio-legal study of chronic disorders of consciousness. Legal Studies 35 (1) , pp. 55-74. 10.1111/lest.12042
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Hamad, Hannah 2010. ‘Hollywood’s hot dads’: tabloid, reality and scandal discourses of celebrity postfeminist fatherhood. Celebrity Studies 1 (2) , pp. 151-169. 10.1080/19392397.2010.482270
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Hamad, Hannah 2011. Greer Garson: “The Great Story of a Great Woman!” Gallant ladies, and British wartime femininity. In: Griffin, Sean ed. What Dreams Were Made Of: Movie Stars of the 1940s, Star Decades: American Culture/American Cinema, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 142-165.
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Hamad, Hannah 2011. Extreme parenting: recuperating fatherhood in Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds (2005). In: Radner, Hilary and Stringer, Rebecca eds. Feminism at the Movies: Understanding Gender in Contemporary Popular Cinema, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 241-254.
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Hamad, Hannah 2013. Hollywood fatherhood: paternal Postfeminism in contemporary popular cinema. In: Gwynne, Joel and Muller, Nadine eds. Postfeminism and Contemporary Hollywood Cinema, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 99-115.
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Hamad, Hannah 2013. Postfeminism and paternity in contemporary US film: Framing fatherhood. Advances in Film Studies, New York and London: Routledge.

Hamad, Hannah 2014. Fairy jobmother to the rescue: Postfeminism and the recessionary cultures of reality TV. In: Negra, Diane and Tasker, Yvonne eds. Gendering the Recession: Media and Culture in an Age of Austerity, Durham and London: Duke University Press, pp. 223-245.
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Hamad, Hannah 2014. “Don’t let him take Britain back to the 1980s”: Ashes to Ashes as postfeminist recession television. Continuum , pp. 201-212. 10.1080/10304312.2014.888041
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Hamad, Hannah 2014. Paternalising the rejuvenation of later life masculinity in twenty-first century film. In: Whelehan, Imelda and Gwynne, Joel eds. Ageing, Popular Culture and Contemporary Feminism: Harleys and Hormones, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-119.

Hamad, Hannah 2015. “I’m Not Past My Sell By Date Yet!”: Sarah Jane’s adventures in postfeminist rejuvenation and the later life celebrity of Elisabeth Sladen. In: Jermyn, Deborah and Holmes, Susan eds. Women, Celebrity and Cultures of Ageing: Freeze Frame, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 162-177.
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Hamad, Hannah 2015. Eddie Murphy’s baby mama drama and Smith family values: the (post-) racial familial politics of Hollywood celebrity couples. In: Cobb, Shelley and Ewen, Neil eds. First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship and Cultural Politics, London and New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 116-132.
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Hamad, Hannah 2016. Contemporary medical television and crisis in the NHS. Critical Studies in Television 11 (2) , pp. 136-150. 10.1177/1749602016645778
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Hamad, Hannah 2018. Celebrity in the contemporary era. In: Elliott, Anthony ed. Routledge Handbook of Celebrity Studies, Routledge International Handbooks, New York and London: Routledge, pp. 44-57.
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Hamad, Hannah 2018. The one with the feminist critique: revisiting millennial postfeminism with Friends. Television and New Media 19 (8) , pp. 692-707. 10.1177/1527476418779624
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Hansen, Anders and Machin, David 2008. Visually branding the environment: Climate change as a marketing opportunity. Discourse Studies 10 (6) , pp. 777-794. 10.1177/1461445608098200

Haran, Joan 2018. Bound in the spiral dance: Haraway, Starhawk and writing lives in feminist community. Auto/Biography Studies
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Haran, Joan, Chimba, Mwenya, Reid, Grace and Kitzinger, Jenny 2008. Screening women in SET: how women in science, engineering and technology are represented in films and on television. [Project Report]. UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology (UKRC) and Cardiff University 2008. Available at: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/17535/1/report_3_haran.pdf
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Haran, Joan and Kitzinger, Jenny 2009. Human genetics and cloning in the media: mapping the research field. In: Atkinson, Paul, Glasner, Peter and Lock, Margaret eds. The Handbook of Genetics & Society: Mapping the New Genomic Era, Genetics and Society, London: Routledge, pp. 203-221.

Haran, Joan and Kitzinger, Jenny 2009. Modest witnessing and managing the boundaries between science and the media: A case study of breakthrough and scandal. Public Understanding of Science 18 (6) , pp. 634-652. 10.1177/0963662509338324

Haran, Joan, Kitzinger, Jenny, McNeil, Maureen and O'Riordan, Kate 2008. Human cloning in the media: from science fiction to science practice. Genetics and Society, London: Routledge.
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Harb, Zahera 2007. Liberation propaganda: Lebanese media campaigns against the Israeli occupation of South Lebanon (1996-2000). PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Hargreaves, Ian 2005. Journalism: a very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hargreaves, Ian 2009. The heart of digital Wales: A review of creative industries for the Welsh Assembly Government. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government. Available at: http://wales.gov.uk/docs/det/publications/100324cr...

Hargreaves, Ian 2011. Digital opportunity: A review of intellectual property and growth for HMG. [Project Report]. Crown. Available at: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/ipreview
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Hargreaves, Ian 2011. A new world order. In: Lloyd, John and Winter, Janice eds. Media, politics and the public, Axel/Margaret Axson Johnson Foundation,

Hargreaves, Ian and Grant, Aimee 2011. Creative industries in the South Wales Valleys: a working paper. [Working Paper]. Cardiff: UHOVI/Welsh Assembly Government.
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Harris, Janet 2011. Reporting War? The Charge of the Knights. Reconstruction 11 , 4.
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Harris, Janet 2011. Reporting migration - a journalist's reflection on personal experience and academic critique. In: Moore, Kerry, Gross, Bernhard and Threadgold, Terry eds. Migrations and the Media, Peter Lang Publishing Inc, pp. 253-268.

Harris, Janet 2012. A dismal and dangerous occupation: an investigation into the discourses in the television news and documentary coverage of the British military in Iraq from 2004-2009, examining how the coverage plays out in specific genres. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Harris, Janet 2015. Screening The Good Soldier. In: Sanders, Max and Haslam, Sara eds. Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier: Centenary Essays, Vol. 14. International Ford Madox Ford Studies, Brill, pp. 103-116. (10.1163/9789004299177)
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Harris, Janet 2017. Invisible war: broadcast television documentary and Iraq. In: Purse, Christina and Hellmich, Lisa eds. Disappearing War: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on cinema and erasure in the post-9/11 world, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 149-169.

Harris, Janet 2018. The domestic enemy in British TV documentaries on the Iraq War. The Enemy in Contemporary Film, De Gruyter,
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Harris, Janet 2018. The domestic enemy in British TVdDocumentaries on the Iraq War. In: Loschnigg, Martin and Sokolowska-Paryz, Marzena eds. The Enemy in Contemporary Film, Culture and Conflict, De Gruyter, pp. 73-91.
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Harris, Janet, Mosdell, Nicholas and Griffiths, James 2016. Gender, risk and journalism. Journalism Practice 10 (7) , pp. 902-916. 10.1080/17512786.2016.1166449
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Harris, Janet and Williams, Kevin 2019. Reporting war and conflict. London and New York: Routledge.

Harte, David 2017. An investigation into hyperlocal journalism in the UK and how it creates value for citizens. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Harte, David, Howells, Rachel and Williams, Andrew 2018. Hyperlocal Journalism: The decline of local newspapers and the rise of online community news. [Hyperlocal Journalism: The decline of local newspapers and the rise of online community news]. London and New York: Routledge.

Harte, David, Turner, Jerome and Williams, Andrew 2016. Discourses of enterprise in hyperlocal community news in the UK. Journalism Practice 10 (2) , pp. 233-250. 10.1080/17512786.2015.1123109
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Harte, David, Williams, Andy and Turner, Jerome 2017. Reciprocity and the hyperlocal journalist. Journalism Practice 11 (2-3) , pp. 160-176.
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Hartley, John 2008. Interaction design, mass communication and the challenge of distributed expertise. Sociological Problems Quarterly (3-4) , pp. 191-209.

Hartley, John 2008. Journalism as a human right: the cultural approach to journalism. In: Löffelholz, Martin and Weaver, David eds. Global journalism research : theories, methods, findings, future, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 39-51.

Hartley, John 2008. Problems of expertise and scalability in self-made media. In: Lundby, Knut ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories : self-representations in new media, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 197-212.

Hartley, John 2008. Problems of expertise and scalability in self-made media: lessons from digital storytelling in Australia. Presented at: 58th Annual conference of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Quebec, 22-26 May, 2008.

Hartley, John 2008. Repurposing literacy: the uses of Richard Hoggart for creative education. In: Owen, Sue ed. Richard Hoggart and cultural studies, London: Palgrave, pp. 137-157.

Hartley, John 2008. "The supremacy of ignorance over instruction and of numbers over knowledge": journalism, popular culture, and the English constitution. Journalism Studies 8 (5) , pp. 679-691. 10.1080/14616700802207607

Hartley, John 2008. Television truths: Forms of knowledge in popular culture. Malden, MA and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hartley, John 2008. What is cultural science? Creating value: between commons and commerce. Presented at: International conference of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Brisbane, Australia, 25-27 June 2008.

Hartley, John 2008. Where money and meanings meet: theorizing the emergence of new values in media and education. Presented at: Second International DREAM (Danish Research Centre on Education and Advanced Media Materials) Conference: Digital Content Creation: Creativity, Competence, Critique, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, 17-20 September 2008.

Hartley, John 2008. YouTube, digital literacy and the growth of knowledge. Presented at: Media, Communications and Humanity: 5th Anniversary Conference, London School of Economics & Political Science, 21-23 September 2008.

Hartley, John 2008. The future is an open future: cultural studies at the end of the 'Long Twentieth Century' and the beginning of the 'Chinese Century'. Cultural Science Journal 1 (1) , Mar 2008.

Hartley, John 2008. 'Who are you going to believe - me or your own eyes?' New decade; new directions [Editorial]. International Journal of Cultural Studies 11 (1) , pp. 5-14. 10.1177/1367877907086389

Hartley, John 2008. A 'cover narrative': from nightmare to reality [Editorial]. International Journal of Cultural Studies 11 (2) , pp. 131-137. 10.1177/1367877907092783

Hartley, John 2009. Digital scholarship and pedagogy, the next step: cultural science. Cinema Journal 48 (2) , pp. 138-145. 10.1353/cj.0.0097

Hartley, John 2009. The evolution of the creative industries - creative clusters, creative citizens and social network markets. In: Li, Jin-yuan and Hartley, John eds. International Perspectives on the Creative Economy, China: Sunchime Publishing, pp. 1-20.

Hartley, John 2009. From the consciousness industry to creative industries: Cconsumer-created content, social network markets and the growth of knowledge. In: Holt, Jennifer and Perren, Alisa eds. Media Industries: History, Theory, and Method, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 231-244.

Hartley, John 2009. "Her lively looks a sprightly mind disclose, quick as her eyes, and as unfix'd as those." - looking, fashion media, and risk culture. In: Vaughan, Suzi and Schmidt, Christine Margaret eds. Five: Fashion Musings, Teneriffe, Queensland: Post Pressed, pp. 54-63.

Hartley, John 2009. Journalism and popular culture. In: Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin and Hanitzsch, Thomas eds. Handbook of Journalism Studies, International Communication Association handbook series, New York: Routledge, pp. 310-324.

Hartley, John 2009. Less popular but more democratic? Corrie, Clarkson and the dancing Cru. In: Turner, Graeme and Tay, Jinna eds. Television Studies After TV: Understanding Television in the Post-broadcast Era, London: Routledge, pp. 20-30.

Hartley, John 2009. Milly Buonanno: the age of television: experiences and theories [Book review]. International Journal of Communication 3 , pp. 187-191.

Hartley, John 2009. The new golden legend: Patrick Nicholas's secular saints. In: Nicholas, Patrick R. ed. Belle: Modern Italian Muses, Orvieto, Italy: Photonicholas, pp. 2-5.

Hartley, John 2009. TV stories: from representation to productivity. In: Hartley, John Arthur Edmund and McWilliam, Kelly eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 16-36.

Hartley, John 2009. The uses of digital literacy. Creative Economy and Innovation Culture, St. Lucia, Queensland: Queensland University Press.

Hartley, John 2009. Uses of YouTube: digital literacy and the growth of knowledge. In: Burgess, Jean and Green, Joshua eds. YouTube: Online Video and Participatory Culture, Digital Media and Society Series, Cambridge: Polity Press, pp. 126-143.

Hartley, John 2009. The history and future of ideas. Television and New Media 10 (1) , pp. 69-71. 10.1177/1527476408325727

Hartley, John 2009. Lament for a lost running order? Obsolescence and academic journals. M/C Journal 12 (3) , Jul 2009.

Hartley, John 2009. From cultural studies to cultural science. Cultural Science 2 (1)

Hartley, John 2010. Attack of the creationist reverberators! Or, the end of the world (as we know it). Popular Communication 8 (3) , pp. 180-185. 10.1080/15405702.2010.493434

Hartley, John 2010. Cultural science and methodological challenge! Presented at: ICA Preconference by the Popular Communication Division, Singapore, June 22nd 2010.

Hartley, John 2010. Evolving citizenship: "the right to protest and the right to dance". In: Allan, Stuart ed. Rethinking communication: keywords in communication research, ICA Conference theme book series, Cresskill, N.J: Hampton Press, pp. 65-80.

Hartley, John 2010. Foreword: whose creative industries? In: Montgomery, Lucy ed. China's Creative Industries: Copyright, Social Network Markets and the Business of Culture in a DIgital Age, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, vi-xxvii.

Hartley, John 2010. Homo nuntius: messaging humanity. Popular Communication 8 (4) , pp. 293-311. 10.1080/15405702.2010.512830

Hartley, John 2010. Paradigm shifters: tricksters and cultural science. Cultural Science Journal 3 (1) , pp. 1-19.

Hartley, John 2010. The Probability archive: from essence to uncertainty in the growth of knowledge. Presented at: The Internet Turning 40: The Never-ending Novelty of New Media Research, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 17-19 June 2010.

Hartley, John 2010. Research-led educational renewal and economic-cultural convergence. In: Keane, Michael and Li, Hui eds. The QUT Creative Industries Experience, Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology, pp. 7-11.

Hartley, John 2010. Where money and meanings meet: theorizing the emergence of new values in media and education. In: Drotner, Kirsten and Schrøder, Kim Christian eds. Digital Content Creation: Perceptions, Practices, and Perspectives, New literacies and digital epistemologies, vol. 46. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 91-108.

Hartley, John 2010. Collapse?: What's happening to public thought? [Blog]. Popper Juice 2010 (21 Jan)

Hartley, John 2010. Imperception and the election? Dreamtime 2.0 Down Under [Blog]. Antenna 2010 (4 Aug)

Hartley, John 2010. Grown-up government: Bindi for Prime Minister! (Or President!) [Blog]. Antenna 2010 (11 Aug)

Hartley, John 2010. Silly citizenship. Critical Discourse Studies 7 (4) , pp. 233-248. 10.1080/17405904.2010.511826

Hartley, John 2011. Communication, cultural and media studies: the key concepts. 4th ed. Routledge key guides, Abingdon: Routledge.

Hartley, John 2011. Creativity as emergence: policy issues for creative cities. Presented at: The Fifth Creative China Harmonious World International Forum on Cultural Industries, Beijing, China, 11 October 2010.

Hartley, John 2011. Cultural studies and the urgency of interdisciplinarity: sooner, not later, we're going to need a cultural science [Os Estudos Culturais e a urgência por interdisciplinaridade: cedo, e não tarde, vamos precisar de uma Ciência da Cultura]. Matrizes 5 (1) , pp. 11-43.

Hartley, John 2011. Journalism, history and the politics of popular culture. In: Allan, Stuart ed. Routledge companion to news and journalism (revised ed.), London: Routledge, pp. 13-24.

Hartley, John 2011. Outlearning. In: Zelizer, Barbie ed. Making the University Matter, Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media studies, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 162-172.

Hartley, John 2011. The probability archive: essence, uncertainty, and the 'Olduvai imperative'. Presented at: International Communication Association's 61st Annual Conference, Boston USA, 26-30 May 2011.

Hartley, John 2012. Interaction design, mass communication and the challenge of distributed expertise. In: Felton, Emma, Zelenko, Oksana and Vaughan, Suzi eds. Design and Ethics: Reflections on Practice, London: Routledge, pp. 111-126.

Hartley, John 2012. [New work in the cultural sciences] Introduction. Cultural science 5 (2) , 2012.

Hartley, John 2012. Remembering expertise: form puberty rite to irenic media studies. In: Darian-Smith, Kate and Turnbull, Sue eds. Remembering television: history, memory and technologies, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 155-172.

Hartley, John 2012. Digital futures for cultural and media studies. Malden, MA and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hartley, John 2012. The probability archive: From essence to uncertainty in the mediation of knowledge. In: Lee, Francis L. F., Leung, Louis, Qiu, Jack Linchuan and Chu, Donna S. C. eds. Frontiers in New Media Research, Routledge Research in Information Technology and Society, vol. 5. London: Routledge, pp. 73-92.

Hartley, John 2012. After ongism: the evolution of networked intelligence. In: Ong, Walter and Hartley, John Arthur Edmund eds. Orality and Literacy: the Technologizing of the Word (3rd ed.), New Accents, London: Routledge, pp. 205-221.

Hartley, John 2012. Before ongism: "To become what we want to be, we have to decide what we were". In: Ong, Walter and Hartley, John Arthur Edmund eds. Orality and Literacy: the Technologizing of the Word (3rd ed.), New Accents, London: Routledge, xi-xxviii.

Hartley, John 2013. Authorship and the narrative of the self. In: Gray, Jonathan and Johnson, Derek eds. A Companion to Media Authorship, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 23-47.

Hartley, John, Green, Lelia and Lumby, Catharine 2010. Refused classification and the proposed Australian internet filter: an assault on the open society. Australian Journal of Communication 37 (3) , pp. 1-14.

Hartley, John, Lumby, Catharine and Green, Lelia 2009. Untangling the Net: the scope of content caught by mandatory internet filtering. Journalism and Media Research Centre, University of New South Wales. Available at: http://jmrc.arts.unsw.edu.au/media/File/untangling...

Hartley, John and McWilliam, Kelly 2009. Computational power meets human contact. In: Hartley, John Arthur Edmund and McWilliam, Kelly eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 3-15.

Hartley, John, McWilliam, Kelly, Burgess, Jean and Banks, John 2008. The uses of multimedia: three digital literacy case studies. Media International Australia (128) , pp. 59-72.

Hartley, John and Montgomery, Lucy 2009. Creative industries come to China (MATE). Chinese Journal of Communication 2 (1) , pp. 1-12. 10.1080/17544750802638798

Hartley, John and Montgomery, Lucy 2009. Fashion as consumer entrepreneurship: emergent risk culture, social network markets, and the launch of Vogue in China. Chinese Journal of Communication 2 (1) , pp. 61-76. 10.1080/17544750802639119

Hartley, John and Potts, Jason 2014. Cultural science: A natural history of stories, demes, knowledge and innovation. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Hartley, John and Potts, Jason 2016. ‘Paris with snakes’? The future of communication is/as ‘Cultural Science’. International Communication Gazette 78 (7) , pp. 627-635. 10.1177/1748048516655712

Hartley, John, Potts, Jason, Cunningham, Stuart, Flew, Terry, Keane, Michael and Banks, John 2012. Key concepts in creative industries. SAGE Key Concepts Series, London: SAGE Publications.

Hartley, John, Potts, Jason, MacDonald, Trent, Erkunt, Chris and Kufleitner, Carl 2012. Creative city index. Cultural Science Journal 5 (1) , pp. 1-138.

Hartley, John, Wen, W and Li, Henry 2015. Creative economy and culture: Challenges, changes and futures for the creative industries. Sage.

Healy, Adrian, Upton, K., Bristow, Gillian, Allan, Stuart, Bukar, Y., Capstick, Stuart, Danert, K., Furey, S., Goni, I., MacDonald, A., Theis, S., Tijani, M.N. and Whitmarsh, Lorraine 2018. Resilience in groundwater supply systems: integrating resource based approaches with agency, behaviour and choice. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Available at: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/519947/
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Hellmueller, Lea and Konow-Lund, Maria 2018. Transnational journalism.
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Henderson, L. and Kitzinger, Jenny 1999. The human drama of genetics: 'hard' and 'soft' media representations of inherited breast cancer. Sociology of Health & Illness 21 (5) , pp. 560-578. 10.1111/1467-9566.00173

Henderson, L., Kitzinger, Jenny and Green, J. 2000. Representing infant feeding: content analysis of British media portrayals of bottle feeding and breast feeding. British Medical Journal 321 (7270) , pp. 1196-1198. 10.1136/bmj.321.7270.1196
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Henderson, Lesley and Kitzinger, Jenny 2007. Orchestrating a science 'event': the case of the Human Genome Project. New Genetics and Society 26 (1) , pp. 65-83. 10.1080/14636770701218175

Hills, Matthew 2008. The dispersible television text: theorising moments of the new Doctor Who. Journal of Science Fiction Film and Television 1 (1) , pp. 25-44. 10.1353/sff.0.0000

Hills, Matthew 2009. From BBC Radio personality to online audience personae; the relevance of fan studies to Terry Wogan and the TOGS. The Radio Journal 7 (1) , pp. 67-88. 10.1386/rajo.7.1.67/1

Hills, Matthew 2009. Time, possible worlds, and counterfactuals. In: Bould, Mark, Butler, Andrew, Roberts, Adam and Vint, Sherryl eds. The Routledge Companion to Science Fiction, London: Routledge, pp. 433-442.

Hills, Matthew 2010. BBC Wales' 'Torchwood' as TV I, II and III: Changes in television horror. Cinephile: The University of British Columbia's Film Journal 6 (2) , pp. 23-29.

Hills, Matthew 2010. Triumph of a Time Lord: Regenerating "Doctor Who" in the Twenty-first Century. London: I. B. Tauris.

Hills, Matthew 2010. When television doesn't overflow 'beyond the box'; the invisibility of 'momentary' fandom. Critical Studies in television 5 (1) , pp. 97-110.

Hills, Matthew 2011. Listening from behind the sofa? The (un)earthly roles of sound in BBC Wales' Doctor Who. New Review of Film and TV Studies 9 (1) , pp. 28-41. 10.1080/17400309.2011.521716

Hills, Matthew James 2002. Fan cultures. Sussex Studies in Culture and Communication, London: Routledge.

Hills, Matthew James 2005. The pleasures of horror. New York: Continuum.

Hills, Matthew James 2005. Patterns of surprise: the "Aleatory Object" in psychoanalytic ethnography and cyclical fandom. American Behavioral Scientist 48 (7) , pp. 801-821. 10.1177/0002764204273169

Hills, Matthew James 2007. Media fandom, neoreligiosity and cult(ural) studies. In: Mathijs, Ernest and Mendik, Xavier eds. The Cult Film Reader, Open University Press, pp. 133-148.

Hills, Matthew James 2007. From the box in the corner to the box set on the shelf: 'TVIII' and the cultural/textual valorisations of DVD. New Review of Film and Television Studies 5 (1) , pp. 41-60. 10.1080/17400300601140167

Hills, Matthew James 2008. The question of genre in cult film and fandom: between contract and discourse. In: Donald, James and Renov, Michael eds. The SAGE handbook of film studies, London ; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 436-453.

Hills, Matthew James 2009. Absent epic, implied story arcs, and variation on a narrative theme: Doctor Who (2005- ) as cult/mainstream television. In: Harrigan, Pat and Wardrip-Fruin, Noah eds. Third person : Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives, MIT Press,

Hills, Matthew James 2009. Attending horror film festivals and conventions: liveness, subcultural capital and "flesh-and-blood genre communities". In: Conrich, Ian ed. Horror zone. The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror Cinema, I. B. Tauris, pp. 87-102.

Hills, Matthew James 2010. Making sense of M. Night Shyamalan: signs of a popular auteur in the 'Field of Horror'. In: Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew ed. Critical approaches to the films of M. Night Shyamalan. Spoiler warnings, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 103-118.

Hills, Matthew James 2011. Television aesthetics: a pre-structuralist danger? Journal of British Cinema and Television 8 (1) , pp. 99-117. 10.3366/jbctv.2011.0008

Hintz, Arne 2006. Civil society media at the WSIS: a new actor in global communication governance? In: Cammaerts, Bart and Carpentier, Nico eds. Reclaiming the Media: Communication Rights and Democratic Media Roles, Bristol: Intellect, pp. 243-264.

Hintz, Arne 2009. At the margins of internet governance: grassroots tech groups and communication policy. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 5 (1/2) , pp. 23-38.
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Hintz, Arne 2009. Civil society media and global governance: Intervening into the World Summit on the Information Society. Medien & Politik, vol. 37. Münster: LIT Verlag.

Hintz, Arne 2011. From media niche to policy spotlight: mapping community media policy in Latin America. Canadian Journal of Communication 36 (1) , pp. 147-159.
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Hintz, Arne 2012. Challenging the digital gatekeepers: international policy initiatives for free expression. Journal of Information Policy 2012 (2) , pp. 128-150.

Hintz, Arne 2012. Challenges to freedom of expression in the digital world: Lessons from Wikileaks and the Arab Spring. ESSACHESS - Journal for Communication Studies 5 (1) , pp. 83-105.

Hintz, Arne 2013. Dimensions of modern freedom of expression: WikiLeaks, policy hacking, and digital freedoms. In: Hintz, Arne, Benedetta, Brevini and Patrick, McCurdy eds. Beyond WikiLeaks: Implications for the Future of Communications, Journalism and Society, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 146-165.

Hintz, Arne 2013. Media activism and advocacy: Policy interventions in a global context. In: Howley, Kevin ed. Media Interventions, New York, NY: Peter Lang, pp. 284-301.

Hintz, Arne 2014. Independent media center. In: Harvey, Kerric ed. Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics, SAGE Publications, 653+.

Hintz, Arne 2014. Towards community and non-profit media legislation in South America: challenging media power through citizen participation. In: Martens, Cheryl, Vivares, Ernesto and McChesney, Robert W. eds. The International Political Economy of Communication: Media and Power in South America, International Political Economy Series, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 46-62.

Hintz, Arne 2014. Outsourcing surveillance - privatising policy: communications regulation by commercial intermediaries. Birkbeck Law Review 2 (2) , pp. 349-367.
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Hintz, Arne 2015. Internet freedoms and restrictions: the policy environment for online alternative media. In: Atton, Chris ed. The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 235-246.

Hintz, Arne 2015. Social media censorship, privatized regulation, and new restrictions to protest and dissent. In: Dencik, Lina and Leistert, Oliver eds. Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest: Between Control and Emancipation, London: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 109-126.

Hintz, Arne 2016. Enabling future journalisms: policy challenges and advocacy initiatives in the digital age. In: Gasher, Mike, Brin, Colette, Crowther, Christine, King, Gretchen, Salamon, Errol and Thibault, Simon eds. Journalism in Crisis: Bridging Theory and Practice for Democratic Media Strategies in Canada, Toronto University Press, pp. 146-162.

Hintz, Arne 2016. Restricting digital sites of dissent: commercial social media and free expression. Critical Discourse Studies 13 (3) , pp. 325-340. 10.1080/17405904.2016.1141695
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Hintz, Arne 2016. Policy hacking: citizen-based policymaking and media reform. In: Freedman, Des, Obar, Jonathan, Martens, Cheryl and McChesney, Robert W. eds. Strategies for Media Reform: International Perspectives, New York: Fordham University Press, pp. 223-238.

Hintz, Arne 2017. Between enabling and restricting dissent: the two faces of social media. In: Reilly, Paul, Anastasia Veneti, Anastasia and Dimitrinka Atanasova, Dimitrinka eds. Politics, Protest, Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Information School, University of Sheffield,

Hintz, Arne and Coyer, Kate 2010. Developing the 'Third Sector': Community media policies in Europe. In: Klimkiewicz, Beata ed. Media Freedom and Pluralism: Media Policy Challenges in the Enlarged Europe, Budapest: CEU Press, pp. 275-298.

Hintz, Arne and Dencik, Lina 2016. The politics of surveillance policy: UK regulatory dynamics after Snowden. Internet Policy Review 5 (3) , pp. 1-16. 10.14763/2016.3.424
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Hintz, Arne and Dencik, Lina 2016. Expanding state power in times of surveillance realism: How the UK got a 'world-leading' surveillance law. OpenDemocracy
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Hintz, Arne, Dencik, Lina and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2016. Surveillance in a digital age. In: Franklin, B. and Eldridge II, S. eds. The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 579-588.

Hintz, Arne, Dencik, Lina and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2017. Digital citizenship and surveillance society - introduction. International Journal of Communication 11 , pp. 731-739.
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Hintz, Arne, Dencik, Lina and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2018. Digital citizenship in a datafied society. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Hintz, Arne and Hadl, Gabrielle 2009. Framing our media for transnational policy: the World Summit on the information society and beyond. In: Kidd, Dorothy, Rodriguez, Clemencia and Stein, Laura eds. Making Our Media: Global Initiatives Toward a Democratic Public Sphere, Volume 2, New York: Hampton Press, pp. 103-121.

Hintz, Arne and Ian, Brown 2017. Enabling digital citizenship? The reshaping of surveillance policy after Snowden. International Journal of Communication 11 , pp. 782-801.
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Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2007. Towards a new vision for communication governance? Civil society media at the World Social Forum and the World Summit on the information society. Communication for Development and Social Change 1 (1) , pp. 1-23.

Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2010. Grassroots tech activism and media policy. In: Downing, John D. H. ed. Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, New York: SAGE Publications, pp. 217-221.

Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2010. Media activists and the communication policy process. In: Downing, John D. H. ed. Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, New York: SAGE Publications, pp. 317-319.

Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2010. Social science is police science: Researching grassroots activism. International Journal of Communication 4 , pp. 837-844.
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Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2011. User rights for the internet age: Communications policy according to 'Netizens'. In: Mansell, Robin and Raboy, Marc eds. The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy, Global Handbooks in Media and Communication Research, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 230-241. (10.1002/9781444395433.ch14)

Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2014. At the margins of internet governance: grassroots tech groups and communication policy. In: Cao, Jin and Mosco, Vincent eds. Critical Studies in Communication and Society, Shanghai Translation Publishing House, pp. 181-195.

Hintz, Arne and Milan, Stefania 2018. "Through a glass, darkly": Everyday acts of authoritarianism in the liberal West. International Journal of Communication 12
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Hirst, M., Phelan, S. and Rupar, Verica 2012. Journalism and journalism studies in Aoteraoa New Zealand. In: Hirst, M., Phelan, S. and Rupar, Verica eds. Scooped: The Politics and Power of Journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland, NZ: AUT Media, pp. 11-27.

Holland, Stephen, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2014. Death, treatment decisions and the permanent vegetative state: evidence from families and experts. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 17 (3) , pp. 413-423. 10.1007/s11019-013-9540-y
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Holmes, Timothy Alexander Duguid 2007. Us and them: American rock's reconquista. Popular Music and Society 30 (3) , pp. 343-353. 10.1080/03007760600836288

Holmes, Timothy Alexander Duguid 2007. Mapping the magazine: an introduction. Journalism Studies 8 (4) , pp. 510-521. 10.1080/14616700701411714

Holmes, Timothy Alexander Duguid and Hicks, Wynford 2002. Subediting and production for journalists: print, digital & social. Media Skills, London: Routledge.

Holmes, Timothy Alexander Duguid, Mottershead, Glyn Graham and Hadwin, Sara Bronwen 2012. The 21st century journalism handbook: Essential skills for the modern journalist. Pearson.

Holmes, Timothy Alexander Duguid and Nice, Liz 2012. Magazine journalism. Journalism studies: key texts, Sage.

Horlick-Jones, Thomas Edward, Walls, John and Kitzinger, Jenny 2007. Bricolage in action: learning about, making sense of, and discussing issues about genetically modified crops and food. Health, Risk & Society 9 (1) , pp. 83-103. 10.1080/13698570601181623

Housley, William and Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin 2008. Theorizing the democratic gaze: Visitors' experiences of the new Welsh Assembly. Sociology 42 (4) , pp. 726-744. 10.1177/0038038508091625

Howells, Rachel 2015. Journey to the centre of a news black hole: examining the democratic deficit in a town with no newspaper. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Hughes, Emma 2013. A nation's nature: framing the public discussion of genetically modified crops in Britain. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Hughes, Emma and Kitzinger, Jenny 2008. Science fiction fears? An analysis of how people use fiction in discussing risk and emerging science and technology. [Working Paper]. Canterbury: University of Kent.
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Hughes, Emma, Kitzinger, Jenny and Murdock, Graham 2006. The media and risk. In: Taylor-Gooby, Peter and Zinn, Jens eds. Risk in Social Sciences, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 250-270.

Hughes, Emma, Kitzinger, Jenny and Murdock, Graham 2008. Media discourses and framing of risk. [Working Paper]. Canterbury: University of Kent.
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Hughes, J., Kidd, Jenny and McNamara, C. 2011. The usefulness of mess: artistry, improvisation and decomposition in the practice of research in applied theatre. In: Kershaw, B. and Nicholson, H. eds. Research Methods in Theatre and Performance, Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 186-209.

Huws, Sara, John, Alison and Kidd, Jenny 2019. Traces - Olion: Creating a bilingual 'subtlemob' for National Museum Wales. In: Lewi, Hannah, Smith, Wally, Lehn, Dirk vom and Cooke, Steve eds. The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites, London and New York: Routledge,

Hyde-Clarke, Nathalie, Ottosen, Rune and Miller, Toby 2014. Nation-building and the FIFA World Cup, South Africa 2010. In: Chari, Tendai and Mhiripiri, Nhamo A. eds. African Football, Identity Politics and Global Media Narratives: The Legacy of the FIFA 2010 World Cup, Global Culture and Sport Series, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 15-28. (10.1057/9781137392237_2)

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Jackson, A. and Kidd, Jenny 2009. Cultivating audience engagement in museum theatre: a case study. In: Shu, J., Chan, P., McCammon, L. A., Owens, A. and Greenwood, J. eds. Planting Trees of Drama with Global Vision in Local Knowledge: IDEA 2007 Dialogues, IDEA Publications, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Drama/Theatre and Education Forum, pp. 240-254.

Jackson, Anthony and Kidd, Jenny 2008. Performance, learning & heritage. [Project Report]. Manchester: Centre for Applied Theatre Research, University of Manchester. Available at: http://www.plh.manchester.ac.uk/documents/Performa...
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Jamison-Powell, Sue, Bennett, Lucy, Mahoney, Jamie and Lawson, Shaun 2014. Understanding in-situ social media use at music festivals. Presented at: 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, Baltimore, MD, 15–19 February 2014. Proceedings of the Companion Publication of the 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing. New York, NY,: ACM, pp. 177-180. 10.1145/2556420.2556503

Jenkins, Henry and Hartley, John 2008. Is YouTube truly the future? [Newspaper Article]. Sydney Morning Herald

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

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 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.

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

Jewell, John 2008. Prince Harry and the Chamber of Secrets [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 2009. Gavin and Stacey: a cultural phenomenon [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2012. Remembering the Falklands: the worst-reported conflict of the century [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. Why the Leveson Enquiry must never stand in the way of press freedom [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. Schools show a real talent for journalism [Newspaper Article]. The Western Mail

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2014. China's youth want a movie, a Coke and a Big Mac. The Conversation 2014 (3 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. Forget Seahawks vs Broncos, ads are the Super Bowl stars. The Conversation 2014 (29 Jan)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2015. Sunday Times resurgent jewel in Murdoch's battered crown. The Conversation 2015 (13 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. Question Time: serious political debate or a popularity contest for needy egos? The Conversation 2015 (30 Jan)

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

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2015. How Margaret Thatcher invented the modern British election campaign. The Conversation 2015 (9 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. Katie Hopkins and the Sun: when the unreadable prints the unspeakable. The Conversation 2015 (20 Apr)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2016. Press urges Britain to "Keep calm and blame Europe". The Conversation 2016 (5 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. Stephen Fry quits Twitter after online roasting shock: this is news, right? The Conversation 2016 (22 Feb)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2017. How Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and the floods in Asia raise serious questions about reporting disasters. The Western Mail

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2017. Sky takeover would bring more power and influence to Murdochs. The Western Mail 2017 (13 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. Should Twitter be a friend or foe? The Western Mail 2017 (27 Mar)

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

Jewell, John 2017. Accuracy must not be a victim of these atrocities. The Western Mail 2017 (3 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. My love letter to Peter Kay's Car Share. The Western Mail 2017 (17 Apr)

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

Jewell, John 2017. Why Car Share is the one of the greatest comedies ever made. The Conversation 2017 (2 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. Empty chairs in election TV debates will say so much. The Western Mail 2017 (8 May)

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. It's all too easy to switch off from bad news - and it's dangerous too. The Conversation 2017 (Jun 16)

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

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

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

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

Jewell, John 2017. McDonald's sees controversy abound at the home of the Big Mac but it isn't all bad. The Western Mail 2017 (Jun 27)

Jewell, John 2017. Trump tweets not helping 'crisis of communication'. The Western Mail 2017 (3 July)

Jewell, John 2017. Great British Bake Off's brave stand against the product placement plague. Western Mail 2017 (10 Jul)

Jewell, John 2017. Dunkirk - the epic story of disaster to deliverance. The Western Mail 2017 (13 Jul)

Jewell, John 2017. Graduation day is time to mark students' great achievements. The Western Mail 2017 (17 Jul)

Jewell, John 2017. Gender stereotypes should be of equal concern to all sexes. The Western Mail 2017 , 25 July.

Jewell, John 2017. Search for profit is only search that matters for Google. The Western Mail 2017 , 1 Aug.

Jewell, John 2017. Anti-Semitism attack is part of a rich tradition aimed at undermining the BBC's status. The Western Mail , 7 Aug.

Jewell, John 2017. Is Greenpeace right to mistrust Coca-Cola's environmental credentials? The Western Mail 2017 (16 Aug)

Jewell, John 2017. A 10-point guide to getting the best out of your university degree. The Western Mail 2017 , 17 Aug.

Jewell, John 2017. Why coverage of Diana's death did not necessarily reflect the true picture of the UK's mood. The Western Mail 2017 (Aug 30)

Jewell, John 2017. It's time to tackle homophobia in football once and for all. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Question Time is flawed - but it should still exist. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Doors on celebrity and academic circuits swing open for Sean Spicer. The Western Mail 2017 (25 Sep)

Jewell, John 2017. How the Vietnam War had profound consequences on reporting future conflicts. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Will Boris Johnson emerge as Tory leader and take Number 10? The Western Mail 2017 (9 Oct)

Jewell, John 2017. Will the beauty industry ever learn the lessons of creating 'racist' adverts? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Football and gambling: How we're in the midst of a 'potentially catastrophic' epidemic. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Jeremy Corbyn's going to appear on Gogglebox - is that wise? The Western Mail 2017 (30 oct)

Jewell, John 2017. Why the public appetite for political sex scandals? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Can 24-hour TV news channels keep up with Facebook and Twitter? The Western Mail , 17 Nov 2017.

Jewell, John 2017. Black Friday bargains disguise shoppers living beyond their means. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Blue Planet II shows our throwaway culture is a global problem. The Western Mail , 1 Dec 2017.

Jewell, John 2017. Can Celebrity Big Brother 2018 quench our thirst for star quality? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2017. Netflix and be chilled? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Are we on the brink of a social media meltdown? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Sharing the love. Knowledge exchange for journalists and academics

Jewell, John 2018. How sport plays a major role in keeping the world sane. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. From The Post to Coronation Street - how journalists are portrayed as heroes and villains. The Western Mail 2018 (29 Jan)

Jewell, John 2018. Donald Trump v Piers Morgan proves the political interview is a dying art. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Cometh the hour, cometh the Jacob Rees-Mogg. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Jeremy Corbyn shares a common trait with President Trump. The Western Mail 2018 (26 Feb)

Jewell, John 2018. How the Thai Cave rescue has captured the world's imagination. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. The Circle is giving people the chance to be whoever they want to be - but is that a good thing? The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Political communication is achieving new levels of appalling toxicity. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Halloween's over for 2018 but there's no reason to miss this American import. Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. How the press reported the end of World War One. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Made-in-Wales tourist trap is testament to the rise and rise of comedy today. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Why Huw Edwards may be the last of a dying breed. The Western Mail 2018 (23 Nov)

Jewell, John 2018. Angelina Jolie, Charlotte Church and the battle to be taken seriously. The Western Mail 2018 (30 Nov)

Jewell, John 2018. The existence of food banks is a national disgrace. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2018. Raheem Sterling is right about racism and it's a watershed moment. The Western Mail

Jewell, John 2019. Greggs, its vegan sausage roll and the art of effective PR. The Western Mail 2019 (11 Jan)

Jewell, John 2019. Is the media finally waking up to the threat of climate change? The Western Mail 2019 (8 Mar)

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.

Jia, Sen, Lansdall-Welfare, Thomas, Sudhahar, Saatviga, Carter, Cynthia and Cristianini, Nello 2016. Women are seen more than heard in online newspapers. PLoS ONE 11 (2) , e0148434. 10.1371/journal.pone.0148434
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Jimenez del Val, Nasheli 2009. Seeing cannibals : European colonial discourses on the Latin American other. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Jones, Bethan and Bennett, Lucy 2013. Blurring boundaries, crossing divides: An interview with Will Brooker. Participations: The International Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 10 (1) , pp. 335-350.
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Jones, Dylan Marc, Macken, William John and Mosdell, Nicholas Alexander 1997. The role of habituation in the disruption of recall performance by irrelevant sound. British Journal of Psychology 88 (4) , pp. 549-564. 10.1111/j.2044-8295.1997.tb02657.x

Jones, Laura 2017. A nostalgic BBC education. Children's Media Foundation.

Jones, Laura, Swayne, Huw and Pickard, Beth 2017. Student achievement: personal coaching. Presented at: University of South Wales Learning and Teaching Conference 2017, Treforest, Wales, UK, 29 June 2017.

Jones, Laura Marie 2017. The transition to a personal tutor to a personal coach: Success, attainment and retention for minority language students. Presented at: UK Advising and Tutoring Conference, Leeds Trinity University, Leeds, UK, April 2017.

Jones, Laura Marie 2017. The treasured memories of childhood and television: Intergenerational memory, the home and children's remake television. Presented at: Creative Industries Annual Postgraduate Research Symposium, University of South Wales, Cardiff, UK, May 2017.

Jones, Laura Marie, Emmett, C. A. and Hou, Eric 2017. Over the rainbow: small symbol, big impact, and uncovering 'untold' stories. Presented at: Second Annual LGBTQ Inclusivity in Higher Education Conference: Facing the Dragon, Swansea, UK, 5-6 September 2017.

Jones, Laura Marie, Namaani, Catherine and Kell, Clare 2017. It isn't all about the technology: An exploration of the impact of learning space design on collaborative approaches on the digital classroom'. Presented at: 24th Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology, Liverpool, UK, 5-7 September 2017.

Jones, P. J. and Wardle, Claire 2008. 'No emotion, no sympathy': The visual construction of Maxine Carr. Crime, Media, Culture 4 (1) , pp. 53-71. 10.1177/1741659007087271

Jones, Sara Gwenllian 2002. The sex lives of cult television characters. Screen 43 (1) , pp. 79-90. 10.1093/screen/43.1.79

Jones, Sara Gwenllian 2003. Vampires, indians and the queer fantastic: Kathryn Bigelow's Near Dark. In: Jermyn, D and Redmond, S eds. The Cinema of Kathryn Bigelow: Hollywood Transgressor, Wallflower Press, pp. 57-71.

Jones, Sara Gwenllian 2003. Web wars: resistance, online fandom and studio censorship. In: Jankovich, M and Lyons, J eds. Quality Popular Television: Cult TV, the Industry and Fans, BFI Publishing, pp. 163-177.

Jones, Sara Gwenllian 2004. Virtual reality and cult television. In: Gwenllian-Jones, S and Pearson, R E eds. Cult Television, University of Minnesota Press, pp. 83-97.

Judkins, Benjamin N. 2016. The seven forms of lightsaber combat: hyper-reality and the invention of the martial arts. Martial Arts Studies (2) , pp. 6-22. 10.18573/j.2016.10067
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Judkins, Benjamin N. and Bowman, Paul 2017. Editorial. Martial Arts Studies 3 , pp. 1-5. 10.18573/j.2017.10112
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Judkins, Benjamin N. and Bowman, Paul 2019. Editorial: Open issues and issues as they open. Martial Arts Studies 7 , pp. 1-4. 10.18573/mas.76
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Jukes, Stephen and Allan, Stuart 2015. Guarding the guardians: The Leveson Inquiry and the future of independent journalism. In: Bennett, James and Strange, Niki eds. Media Independence, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 31-51.

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Kanaouti, Sophia 2006. The social value of literary reading : reading as socio-political practice. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Karatzogianni, Athina, Miazhevich, Galina and Denisova, Anastasia 2017. A comparative cyberconflict analysis of digital activism across post-Soviet countries. Comparative Sociology 16 (1) , pp. 102-126. 10.1163/15691330-12341415
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Kaun, Anne, Kyriakidou, Maria and Uldam, Julie 2016. Political agency at the digital crossroads? Media and Communication 4 , pp. 1-7. 10.17645/mac.v4i4.690
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Kaun, Anne and Trere, Emiliano 2018. Repression, resistance and lifestyle: charting (dis)connection and activism in times of accelerated capitalism. Social Movement Studies 10.1080/14742837.2018.1555752
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