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“The Caledonian Turn – People’s Protest and Alternative Media in the Run up to the Scottish Referendum, 2014”

Presentation / Conference
Macleod, K. (2014, October)
“The Caledonian Turn – People’s Protest and Alternative Media in the Run up to the Scottish Referendum, 2014”. Paper presented at ‘Sites of Protest’ MeCCSA Protest Network Conference, Canterbury Christchurch University, Canterbury Christchurch University
The Caledonian Turn – people’s protest, alternative media and campaigning in the run up to the Scottish Referendum, 2014. The Scottish Referendum has provided the opportunit...

Participatory filmmaking as documentary practice

Presentation / Conference
Macleod, K. (2016, November)
Participatory filmmaking as documentary practice. Paper presented at Challenging Media Landscapes Conference, University of Salford, University of Salford
This paper will examine participatory approaches to filmmaking, drawing on the author’s practice and research in community based, participatory documentary production in the G...

100 Years of Magazine Publishing in Scotland

Exhibition / Performance
Gray, A. 100 Years of Magazine Publishing in Scotland. Exhibited at Scotland. 24 June 2013 - 19 July 2013. (Unpublished)

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Gray, A. 100 Years of Magazine Publishing in Scotland. Exhibited at Scotland. 24 June 2013 - 19 July 2013. (Unpublished
Scotland wide, 24 June until 19 July 2013

Film, “With a Song in your Heart".

Digital Artefact
Macleod, K. (2015)
Film, “With a Song in your Heart"
Community Media Short Film: With a Song in your Heart – Participatory community based video production, 2015. (Director). A film that combines performance and memories of chil...

I film therefore I am: Mediating Island Identity through community based filmmaking

Presentation / Conference
Macleod, K. (2014, January)
I film therefore I am: Mediating Island Identity through community based filmmaking. Paper presented at Community Filmmaking Conference, British Film Institute, 2014
This paper will discuss Community Media as a networked knowledge practice through which participants mediate identity. It draws on examples from a community video project dir...

Publish and be damned: exploring problem-based learning through the establishment of a University press

Book Chapter
Gray, A. (2016)
Publish and be damned: exploring problem-based learning through the establishment of a University press. In C. Penman, & M. Foster (Eds.), Innovations in Learning and TeachingEdinburgh: Merchiston Publishing
A pedagogic research publication showing new teaching approaches in higher education. This collection of chapters gives voice to academics from different disciplines across Ed...

Minding Their Own Business: Penguin in Southern Africa

Journal Article
McCleery, A. (2018)
Minding Their Own Business: Penguin in Southern Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 44(3), 507-519. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2018.1452420
The title of this essay is taken from the 1975 Penguin African Library revised edition of Antony Martin’s ‘Minding Their Own Business: Zambia’s Struggle against Western Contro...

Possible models of local news provision by radio in Scotland – a mixed methods study

Journal Article
Kocic, A., & Milicev, J. (2019)
Possible models of local news provision by radio in Scotland – a mixed methods study. Journal of Digital Media & Policy, 10(2), 183-201. https://doi.org/10.1386/jdmp.10.2.183_1
Scotland does not have any public service radio on a local level, except for a few bulletins or programmes offered by BBC Radio Scotland on an opt-out basis. Scottish commerci...

Fanzines: enthusiastic production through popular culture

Book Chapter
Atton, C. (2015)
Fanzines: enthusiastic production through popular culture. In C. Atton (Ed.), Routledge companion to alternative and community media, (437-444). Taylor & Francis (Routledge
No abstract available.

Published in Scotland: publishing Scotland.

Presentation / Conference
McCleery, A. (2001, October)
Published in Scotland: publishing Scotland. Paper presented at Scottish Communication and Media Association, Universtiy of Stirling
No abstract available.