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Atton, C. (1998, May). Pressure and protest: alternative media resources on the World Wide Web. Paper presented at UK Online User Group: The Internet for media and cultural studies, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
Atton, C. (1997, May). Readers as writers in the alternative press: the making of community. Paper presented at The Third Warwick Seminar on Literary Journalism: Minority Voices and the Establishment Press, University of Warwick
Atton, C. (1996, May). The political economy of empowerment: research skills in an enterprise culture. Paper presented at Second Annual Conference on Liberal Arts and the Future of University Education, Banff. Canada
Joyce, L. E. (2013). Hard to swallow: hardcore pornography on screen. New Review of Film and Television Studies. 11, 239-242. doi:10.1080/17400309.2013.775912. ISSN 1740-0309
Mabweazara, H. (2009). ‘New’ technologies and journalism practice in Africa: Towards a critical sociological approach. In N. Hyde-Clarke (Ed.), Citizen Journalism and Alternative Avenues of Communication, 11-30. Juta & Co
This chapter suggests a critical sociological approach in terms of which we can closely examine the use of ‘new’ technologies by journalists in Africa. It argues that to under...
Davismoon, S. (2004). The transmutation of the ‘Old’ with the ‘New’ in the Modernist vision of Edgard Varèse. Contemporary Music Review, 23(1), (45-58). doi:10.1080/0749446042000204527. ISSN 0749-4467
In this paper, certain aspects of Varèse's life and work are discussed that have at times, I feel, been overemphasised, distorted, or even omitted, in order to lend greater we...
Jamieson, K. (2004). Edinburgh: the festival gaze and its boundaries. Space and Culture, 7(1), 64-75. https://doi.org/10.1177/1206331203256853
This article examines the temporal and spatial boundaries of Edinburgh’s festival identity. It unravels Edinburgh’s festivals in terms of the spaces and identities they produc...
Blake, J. (2015). Personalised TV ads are the future – but is it time to panic?
TV Advertising is evolving quickly. This article examines how the popularity of viewing content on mobile platforms is changing the way we advertise. VOD and OTT media servi...