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You Play Your Part – Older Women on Screen and in Production

Book Chapter
Macleod, K. (2015)
You Play Your Part – Older Women on Screen and in Production. In H. Savigny, E. Thorsen, D. Jackson, & J. Alexander (Eds.), Media, Margins And Popular Culture (28-40). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137512819_3
This chapter draws on the author’s practice-led research in community-based media to explore how participatory production techniques and strategies create opportunities to inc...

'Naw, Naw, Aye - Activism and Alternative Media in the 2014 Scottish Referendum'

Book Chapter
Macleod, K. (2016)
'Naw, Naw, Aye - Activism and Alternative Media in the 2014 Scottish Referendum'. In S. Price, & R. Sanz Sabido (Eds.), Sites of ProtestLanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield
No abstract available.

Postfeminism Meets the Women in Prison Genre: Privilege and Spectatorship in Orange Is the New Black

Journal Article
Schwan, A. (2016)
Postfeminism Meets the Women in Prison Genre: Privilege and Spectatorship in Orange Is the New Black. Television and New Media, 17(6), 473-490. https://doi.org/10.1177/1527476416647497
This article argues that Netflix’s original series Orange is the New Black (2013-), based on Piper Kerman’s memoir (2010), uses postfeminist strategies to covertly promote pri...

The creative producer – the business of art or the art of business?

Conference Proceeding
MacPherson, R. (2003)
The creative producer – the business of art or the art of business?. In A. Sharma (Ed.), Beyond the theory of practice : CILECT conference
No abstract available.

Introduction - Screening Women’s Imprisonment: Agency and Exploitation in Orange is the New Black.

Journal Article
Artt, S., & Schwan, A. (2016)
Introduction - Screening Women’s Imprisonment: Agency and Exploitation in Orange is the New Black. Television and New Media, 16(5), 1-6
Introduction to the special edition of Television & New Media.

Second Screen interaction in the cinema: Experimenting with transmedia narratives and commercialising user participation

Journal Article
Blake, J. (2017)
Second Screen interaction in the cinema: Experimenting with transmedia narratives and commercialising user participation. Participations: International Journal of Audience Reception Studies, 14(2), 526-544
In its relatively short life, second screen interaction has evolved into a variety of forms of viewer engagement. The practice of using two screens concurrently has become com...

‘An otherness that cannot be sublimated’: Shades of Frankenstein in Penny Dreadful and Black Mirror

Journal Article
Artt, S. (2018)
‘An otherness that cannot be sublimated’: Shades of Frankenstein in Penny Dreadful and Black Mirror. Science Fiction Film and Television, 11(2), 257-275. https://doi.org/10.3828/sfftv.2018.18
This article traces some of the legacies of the Frankenstein narrative as it appears in the television series Penny Dreadful and Black Mirror. Both series deploy Frankenstein ...

STV At 60

Journal Article
Scott, A. (2018)
STV At 60. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 11(1), 29-50
This article traces the history of Scottish Television (STV) since it was first established as the independent television channel serving central Scotland in 1957 by charting ...

'Femme Publique':The brothel sex worker as anti-Flaneuse in the television series Maison Close.

Book Chapter
Artt, S. (2018)
'Femme Publique':The brothel sex worker as anti-Flaneuse in the television series Maison Close. In M. Pietrzak-Franger, N. Pleßke, & E. Voigts (Eds.), Transforming Cities (91-106). Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsverlag Winter
The figure of the prostitute has long been associated with the city and although prostitution may take place anywhere, the connection between female prostitution and the city ...

One, Two, Three, Many: Dream-Culture, Charms and Nightmares

Book Chapter
Milne, L. S. (2019)
One, Two, Three, Many: Dream-Culture, Charms and Nightmares. In E. Pocs, J. Kapaló, L. S. Milne, & C. Somerville (Eds.), Charms and Charming: Studies on Magic in Everyday Life, (129-167). Ljubljana: Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Researchers may focus on charms as evidence about belief-systems in particular regions, periods or demographics; for insights into wider theoretical issues in the anthropology...