|College||Design, Creative and Digital Industries|
|Head||Ms Michaela O'Brien|
Medrado, A. and Verdegem, P. 2024. Forthcoming. AI for Social Good? Inspirations from Participatory Action Research (PAR) to Critical Data Studies. London University of Westminster.
D'Arma, A., Barclay, S. and Aslama Horowitz, M. 2023. Public Service Media and the Internet: Two Decades in Review. International Journal of Communication.
Wang, C. 2023. Digital platform democracy in Taiwan (R.O.C.): Adolescents' participation in political affairs after the social movements. Digital Platforms and Democracy: Journalism and Political Communication in a World of Polycrisis. Piraeus, Greece 02 - 05 Nov 2023
Wang, C. 2023. The Possibility of Digital Platform Democracy: The Approach to Combating Harmful Information in Taiwan (R.O.C.). Political Studies Association Media and Politics Group Annual Conference 2023. School of Film, Media and Communication, University of Portsmouth 26 - 27 Oct 2023
Belghiti, Rachid and Sabry, Tarik 2023. Introduction. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication. 16 (3), pp. 263-267. https://doi.org/10.1163/18739865-01603001
Barrow, C. 2023. A comparative study of how political journalists in four European countries reported on the coronavirus pandemic . PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w627z
Sticchi, Francesco and Angeli, Silvia 2023. The Tragedy of the Knight of Faith. Film and Philosophy. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.5840/filmphil202382124
L. Lusike Mukhongo, Winston Mano and Wallace Chuma 2023. Young African diaspora: Global African narratives, media consumption and identity formation. Journal of African Media Studies. 15 (2), pp. 231-246. https://doi.org/10.1386/jams_00102_1
Boughen, Robert 2023. Sino-African journalism and journalistic fields: CGTN Africa’s workers between worlds. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w4610
Amadu, Mohammed Faisal 2023. Community Radio Broadcasting and Local Governance Participation in Ghana: A Study of Simli Radio in the Kumbungu District of the Northern Region. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w41zq
Zhang, Ruiyue 2023. Hegemony of BBC, CNN and Al Jazeera’s Framing of Protests in China: The Cases of Wukan and Hong Kong. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w41z4
Miriyam Aouragh 2023. Resisting Cybercide, Strengthening Solidarity: Standing up to Israel’s Digital Occupation. in: Parker, I. (ed.) For Palestine: Essays from the Tom Hurndall Memorial Lecture Group OpenBook Publishers. pp. 211-220
Na, Y. and Pun, N. 2023. Internet as an ideology nationalistic discourses and multiple subject positions of Chinese internet workers. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. 24 (3), pp. 367-381. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649373.2023.2209423
Costagliola, A. 2023. ‘Allow her to flourish and grow’: commodifying gendered handicraft labour in conscious capitalist brand imagery on Instagram. Third World Quarterly. 44 (6), pp. 1288-1305. https://doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2023.2179983
Bedu-addo, K. 2023. Power, Policy, and Digital Switchover: An Analysis of Communication Policy Making and its Challenges for Regulating Ghana’s Digital Television Sector. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w121z
Sakr, N. 2023. Saudi Arabian Television: The Challenge of Connecting with Reality. in: Ogola, G. (ed.) The Future of Television in the Global South: Reflections from Selected Countries Palgrave Macmillan.
Mohammed Faisal Amadu, Eliasu Mumuni and Ahmed Taufique Chentiba 2023. Journalistic ethics and elections news coverage in the Ghanaian press: a content analysis of two daily Ghanaian newspaper coverage of election 2020. Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society. 21 (1), pp. 63-75. https://doi.org/10.1108/jices-04-2022-0039
Medrado, A. 2023. The Place of Radio in the Soundscapes: Everyday Listening and Producing Sounds in Marginalised Communities of the Global South. in: McDonald, K. and Chignell, H. (ed.) The Bloomsbury Handbook of Radio London Bloomsbury.
Sabry, T. 2023. “Arab” Cultural Studies: Phenomenology Being Digital, and Other Notes. in: The Handbook of Media and Culture in the Middle East London Wiley. pp. 45-52
Medrado, A. and Rega, I. 2023. Media Activism, Artivism, and the Fight Against Marginalisation in the Global South: South-to-South Communication . London Routledge.
Rega, A. and Medrado, A. 2023. The Stepping into Visibility Model: reflecting on consequences of social media visibility – a Global South perspective. Information, Communication & Society. 26 (2), pp. 405-424. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2021.1954228
Angeli, S. and Quaranta, C. 2023. Confirmations That Were Not Meant to Be: Religion, Violence and the Female Body in Un poison violent (2010), Corpo celeste (2011), and Kreuzweg (2014). Studies in European Cinema. 20 (1), pp. 20-35. https://doi.org/10.1080/17411548.2021.1921931
Sakr, N. 2023. Purposes and practices of MENA television: Components of an ever-evolving medium . in: Gholam, K. and Guaaybess, T. (ed.) The Handbook of Media and Culture in the Middle East Hoboken, NJ Wiley.
Lodhi, A. 2022. Reclaiming a Lost Past: Black British Women, Visibility and the BBC. https://canvas-story.bbcrewind.co.uk/reclaiming/
Lodhi, A. 2022. The Conversation Continues: We Are Still Listening (with Trevor Mathison). Stuart Hall Foundation
Seaton, J. 2022. “It's the news, stupid”. IPPR Progressive Review. 29 (1), pp. 7-15. https://doi.org/10.1111/newe.12303
Specht, D. 2022. The codification of local knowledges through digital cartographic artefacts: A Case study of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w0607
Kala, Geetanjali 2022. Internet Memes as Instruments of Subversion in the Context of Islam and Muslims. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w03x3
Barnett, Steven, Murdoch, Tom and Townend, J. 2022. Where public interest and public benefit meet: the application of charity law to journalism. Journal of Media Law. 14 (2), p. 323–351. https://doi.org/10.1080/17577632.2022.2141225
Mushayabasa, Reward 2022. Democratic Transition and Digital Media Activism in Africa: A Zimbabwean Case Study. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/w0230
Medrado, A., Rega, I. and Paulla, M. 2022. South-to-South dialogues between Brazilian and Kenyan artivists: decolonial and intersectional feminist perspectives. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/25729861.2022.2126245
Xin, X. 2022. Xinhua News Agency. in: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Journalism Thousand Oaks, CA Sage. pp. 1781-1784
Xin, X. 2022. (Re-)Popularizing Party Journalism in China: A Qualitative Study of Xinhua News Agency's Online Media Content. in: Zhang, S.I. (ed.) Digital Journalism in China London Routledge. pp. 36-47
Day, C. 2022. The people's broadcasters. IPPR Progressive Review. 29 (2), pp. 45-52. https://doi.org/10.1111/newe.12298
Chabanova, Anastasia 2022. VFX – A New Frontier: The Impact of Innovative Technology on Visual Effects. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/vzx94
Winston Mano 2022. Between citizen and vigilante journalism. Communicare: Journal for Communication Studies in Africa. 29 (sed-1), pp. 57-70. https://doi.org/10.36615/jcsa.v29ised-1.1675
Meikle, G. 2022. Deepfakes. Cambridge, UK Polity.
Yang, C. 2022. The identity construction and representation of diasporic Chinese content creators on YouTube. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster School of Media and Communication https://doi.org/10.34737/vz7zz
Medrado, A. and Cabral, A. 2022. Contrasting Federal and State Government Communication on Facebook in Brazil: Contradictory Messages and Realities. in: Maarek, P. (ed.) Manufacturing Government Communication on Covid-19: A Comparative Perspective Cham, Switzerland Springer. pp. 175-211
Medrado, A., Rega, I. and Paulla, M. 2022. South-to-South Dialogues Between Brazilian and Kenyan Artivists: Decolonial and Intersectional Feminist Perspectives. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. 5 (2) 2126245. https://doi.org/10.1080/25729861.2022.2126245