Communications, Media and Culture

People (36)

People

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Ms Rachel Abreu

Ms Rachel Abreu

Tutor, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Melissa Avdeeff

Dr Melissa Avdeeff

Lecturer in Digital Media, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Susan Berridge

Dr Susan Berridge

Senior Lecturer, Communications, Media and Culture

Professor N Blain

Professor N Blain

Professor Emeritus, Communications, Media and Culture

Professor Steven Buchanan

Professor Steven Buchanan

Professor in Comms., Media and Culture, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Katherine Champion

Dr Katherine Champion

Senior Lecturer, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr William Dinan

Dr William Dinan

Senior Lecturer, Communications, Media and Culture

Ms Maike Dinger

Ms Maike Dinger

Lecturer, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Darren Elliott-Smith

Dr Darren Elliott-Smith

Senior Lecturer in Film & Gender Studies, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Victoria Esteves

Dr Victoria Esteves

Lecturer in Creative Industries, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr David Fleming

Dr David Fleming

Senior Lecturer, Communications, Media and Culture

Professor Adrian Hadland

Professor Adrian Hadland

Professor, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Steven Harkins

Dr Steven Harkins

Lecturer, Communications, Media and Culture

Professor Richard Haynes

Professor Richard Haynes

Professor, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Stuart Hepburn

Dr Stuart Hepburn

Lectureship in Scriptwriting, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Stefanie Hills

Dr Stefanie Hills

Lecturer in Digital Media, Communications, Media and Culture

Professor John Izod

Professor John Izod

Professor Emeritus, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Alenka Jelen

Dr Alenka Jelen

Associate Professor, Communications, Media and Culture

Dr Bernadine Jones

Dr Bernadine Jones

Lecturer in Journalism, Communications, Media and Culture

Mr Damyan Kachulski

Mr Damyan Kachulski

PhD Researcher, Communications, Media and Culture

Outputs (1044)

Outputs

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Website Content

Haynes R (2024) Frank Bough. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography [Website] 01.04.2024. https://www.oxforddnb.com


Website Content

Haynes R (2023) Hugh McIlvanney. [https://www.oxforddnb.com] 2023. https://www.oxforddnb.com


Book Chapter

Jones B (2023) The "Lack of Listening" During South African Election News Coverage: Ramifications for Peace and Democracy. In: Omanga D, Mare A & Mainye PC (eds.) Digital Technologies, Elections and Campaigns in Africa. 1 ed. African Governance. London: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Digital-Technologies-Elections-and-Campaigns-in-Africa/Omanga-Mare-Mainye/p/book/9781032551166


Book Chapter

Haynes R (2023) TV and Sport: A Symbiotic Relationship. In: Creeber G (ed.) The Television Genre Book. 4th ed. London: Bloomsbury. https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/television-genre-book-9781839022081/


Book Chapter

Haynes R (2023) Sport News. In: Creeber G (ed.) The Television Genre Book. 4th ed. London: Bloomsbury. https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/television-genre-book-9781839022098/


Conference Proceeding

McKeown C & MacDonald E (2023) Teaching Interactive Digital Narrative Through Found Photography. In: TBC. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 16th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, Kobe, 11.11.2023-15.11.2023. Cham , Switzerland: Springer.


Article

Bradwell pL, Cooper L, Edwards KJ, Baxter R, Tomaz SA, Ritchie J, Gaudl S, Veliz-Reyes A, Ryde GC, Križaj T, Warren A, Chatterjee A, Haynes R, Hennessy CH & Whittaker AC (2023) Staff perceptions towards virtual reality-motivated treadmill exercise for care home residents: a qualitative feedback study with key stakeholders and follow-up interview with technology developer. BMJ Open, 13 (11), Art. No.: e073307. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-073307


Book Chapter

Rennick S (2023) Foreknowledge. In: Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/obo/9780195396577-0332


Other

Elliott-Smith D (2023) Scary Stuff is Academic [Horror Studies, a book series distributed by the University of Chicago Press, presents academic takes on horror’s many facets.]. [https://chicagoreader.com/arts-culture/lit-feature/scary-stuff-is-academic-books-horror/?fbclid=IwAR0CJjQjvTCClqLC5vrqEwnAbSlyUA-DImcL2Spv2voUjJty6SctKTLS3cc]. Chicago, IL: Chicago Reader.com.


Audio

(2023) Queer Horror, Marxism and Hollywood [Arts Express Radio Interview with Dr Darren Elliott-Smith]. [Radio Show/Podcast] 06.09.2023. https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-t57pu-149b833


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Projects (27)

Projects

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GOALD: Connectivity and Digital Design for Health and Well-being Across Generations, Places and Spaces
PI: Professor Catherine Hennessy
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Fae Raploch to Elland Road: Remembering Billy Bremner
PI: Professor Richard Haynes
Funded by: Heritage Lottery Fund

Cinema Memory and the Digital Archive: 1930s Britain and Beyond
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Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Participatory Design and Open Data Platforms for a Data Commons in Scotland: case study – waste management
PI: Professor Greg Singh
Funded by: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Right to Health in Prison
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Funded by: Medical Research Council

A Media Archaeology of the US Patent Office Database
PI: Dr Simon Rowberry
Funded by: The Carnegie Trust

The Major Minor Cinema: the Highlands and Islands Film Guild (1946-71)
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Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Representation and Stereotype of Down syndrome: a social media investigation
PI:
Funded by: The Carnegie Trust

Transition to Sound Cinema in Turkey
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Funded by: The British Academy

British Silent Cinema and the Transition to Sound
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Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Television framing of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum
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Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

A Proposal to Conduct Research into the Impact of the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act
PI: Dr Niall Hamilton-Smith
Funded by: Scottish Government

Scottish Cultural Memory Project
PI: Professor N Blain
Funded by: Creative Scotland

From the Sporting Past to Future Wellbeing: ....
PI: Professor Richard Haynes
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Communicating Climate Change
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Funded by: The Carnegie Trust

Played in black and white: the first 30 years of BBC television sport
PI: Professor Richard Haynes
Funded by: The Carnegie Trust

Margaret Tait: Poetry and Experimental Film
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Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Margaret Tait: Experimental filmmaking and feature-length film
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Funded by: The Carnegie Trust

Community Science and Environmental Issues Project
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Funded by: Higher Education Academy

Copyright Violation and Creative Industries: The Case of Digital Piracy Networks on the Colombian-Venezuelan Border
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Funded by: The Carnegie Trust

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