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(2003). What is "Alternative Journalism"?. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 4(3),
Special Issue of Journalism: theory, practice and criticism 2003 4(3)
Atton, C. (1993, December). Teaching and learning in higher education
Atton, C., McCleery, A., Mabweazara, H. & Ward, S. (2008). Million +: Leading the University agenda.
Million+ commissioned Edinburgh Napier University's Centre for Creative and Cultural Industries Research to review the relationship between the creative industries and univers...
Arts & Humanities Research Council
Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
Atton, C., McCleery, A., Mabweazara, H. & Ward, S. (2007). Creative Futures: Building the Creative Economy through Universities. Edinburgh, Scotland: Million+
The creative industries are founded on innovation. They are responsive, multifaceted and evolving and have developed new models of business in order to adapt and contribute to...
Atton, C. (2014, April). What can we learn from ‘unpopular’ music and its audiences?. Paper presented at Studying Music: An International Conference in Honour of Simon Frith, University of Edinburgh
The sociology of popular music has tended to eschew conventional musicological approaches and instead to locate the listening experience as one rooted in social uses and pleas...
Atton, C. (2013, October). Cultures of Listening: The popular aesthetics of 'difficult music'
Difficulty and complexity are values most often associated with a modernist avant-garde of ‘serious’ music. Their presence in popular music tends to attract the opprobrium of...
Atton, C. (2013, May). Alternative media, performance and power in cultures of technology. Presented at Cyberspace, Alternative Media and Activism Symposium, University of Liverpool
If, as Michel de Certeau argued, space is a practiced place, then what social practices enable what we might term an activist geography of cyberspace? Alternative media have ...
Atton, C. (2012, February). Do we still need rock journalists? The histories, values and prospects of writing about rock music. Presented at MARS (Music, Assembly, Research, Showbusiness), Seinajoki, Finland
Atton, C. (2011, March). Big noise, little worlds: genre and the cultural politics of territory in the live experience of “extreme” music. Paper presented at The business of live music, University of Edinburgh
Atton, C. (2011, March). 'Our semi-imaginary galaxy’: how fanzines write about popular music
Atton, C. (2011, February). Audiences as journalists: problems and positions
Atton, C. (2011, February). Alternative media and professional journalism: separatism or supplementarity?
Atton, C. (2010, September). The journalism of Diaspora: ethics, production and audiences. Presented at Journalism of Diaspora Symposium, University of Lincoln
Atton, C. (2010, September). Managing your part-time supervisor. Presented at Vitae Part-time Researcher Conference, Surgeons' Hall, Edinburgh
Atton, C. (2010, June). A history of user-generated content: problems and positions. [presented in absentia]. Presented at User-Generated Content: Historical Perspectives on the Participation of Audiences in Social Communication, European Communication Research and Education Association, Potsdam/Berlin
This thesis is a critical examination of my own creative practice ...
This study focuses on three albums of original music performed and recorded by...
My research involves the integration of elements from a variety of musical styles, with special emphasis on jazz and classical styl...