|College||Design, Creative and Digital Industries|
|Head||Ms Michaela O'Brien|
Fuchs, Christian 2018. "Dear Mr. Neo-Nazi, Can You Please Give Me Your Informed Consent So That I Can Quote Your Fascist Tweet?": Questions of Social Media Research Ethics in Online Ideology Critique. in: Meikle, G. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Media and Activism Abingdon Routledge. pp. 385-394
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D'heer, E. and Verdegem, P. 2016. @THEVIEWER: Analyzing the offline and online impact of a dedicated conversation manager in the newsroom of a public broadcaster. New Media & Society. 18 (10), pp. 2287-2304. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444815583462
Hogg, C. 2018. A Career in Popular Factual TV: An Interview with Tom Edwards (Parts 1 and 2), CST Online.
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Hogg, C. 2020. A class act: an interview with Julie Hesmondhalgh on casting, representation and inclusion in British television drama. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 15 (3), p. 302–311. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749602020934670
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Barnett, S. 2010. A familiar assault on the BBC: a response to David Graham's report for the Adam Smith Institute. openDemocracy.
Linfoot, M. 2011. A history of BBC local radio in England: c1960 – 1980. PhD thesis University of Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
Barnett, S. 2002. A licence for future media power. British Journalism Review. 13 (2), pp. 41-45. https://doi.org/10.1177/095647480201300207
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Lancaster, D.J. 2001. A problem solving environment based on CORBA. Scientific Programming. 9 (4), pp. 233-242.
Chentiba, A.T., Amadu, M. F. and Mumuni, E. 2021. A Quantitative Examination of the Phenomenon of Soli and Public Relations Practice in Ghana. Journal of Development and Communication Studies. 8 (1), pp. 74-98. https://doi.org/0.4314/jdcs.v8i1.4
Xin, X. 2006. A quarter century of creative chaos: Xinhua News Agency 1980-2005. PhD thesis University of Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
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Dean, D.S., Lancaster, D.J. and Majumdar, S.N. 2006. A statistical mechanics approach to random euclidean MAX TSP. Ninth International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 04-06 Jan 2006
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Bracho-Polanco, E. 2020. A Trajectory of Caudillo Press, Journalism, and the Authoritarian Dilemma in Venezuela. in: Orchard, X., Garcia Santamaria, S., Brambila, J. and Lugo-Ocando, J. (ed.) Media and Governance in Latin America: Towards a Plurality of Voices New York, N.Y; and Oxford Peter Lang.
Marsh, V. 2018. A Trojan dragon? CCTV news in English and the battle for global influence: 2014-16. PhD thesis University of Westminster Communication and Media Research Institute
Hogg, C. 2021. About Time: Addressing Intersectionality in the Casting and Performance of Chris Chibnall/Jodie Whittaker Era Doctor Who. in: Cherry, B., Hills, M. and O’Day, A. (ed.) Doctor Who: New Dawn - Essays on the Jodie Whittaker Era Manchester University Press.
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Anyarayor, B.K., Alhassan, A. and Amadu, M. 2019. Access to Improved Sanitation Facilities and Female School Attendance: A study of Savelugu Municipality of Ghana. Journal of Arts and Humanities. 8 (1), pp. 56-67. https://doi.org/10.18533/journal.v8i1.1563
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