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Participation Space Studies: a socio-technical exploration of activist and community groups’ use of online and offline spaces to support their work

Thesis
Taylor-Smith, E. Participation Space Studies: a socio-technical exploration of activist and community groups’ use of online and offline spaces to support their work. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/368298
Participation Space Studies explore eParticipation in the day-to-day activities of local, citizen-led groups, working to improve their communities. The focus is the relationsh...

Investigating the online and offline contexts of day-to-day democracy as participation spaces.

Journal Article
Taylor-Smith, E., & Smith, C. F. (2019)
Investigating the online and offline contexts of day-to-day democracy as participation spaces. Information, Communication and Society, 22(13), 1853-1870. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118x.2018.1469656
Citizen-led participation in democracy is explored through studying the online and offline spaces where people work together to influence those in power and improve their comm...

Non-public eParticipation in Social Media Spaces

Conference Proceeding
Taylor-Smith, E., & Smith, C. (2016)
Non-public eParticipation in Social Media Spaces. In SMSociety '16 Proceedings of the 7th 2016 International Conference on Social Media & Societyhttps://doi.org/10.1145/2930971.2930974
This paper focuses on the importance of non-public social media spaces in contemporary democratic participation at the grassroots level, based on case studies of citizen-led, ...

Participation spaces.

Conference Proceeding
Taylor-Smith, E. (2012)
Participation spaces. In Proceedings of Fourth international conference on eParticipation (ePart 2012), 223-230
A wide democratic view of participation and eParticipation informs research centred on citizens’ experiences of participation. Case studies of participation are conceived in t...

Webheads: how the internet is transforming the creation, production and distribution of comics.

Presentation / Conference
Ray Murray, P., & Boswell, D. K. (2009, October)
Webheads: how the internet is transforming the creation, production and distribution of comics. Paper presented at 7th International Conference on the Book
The Internet has created an environment that fosters new and interesting ways to repackage and present text — the form of the traditional novel, for example, has been reinvent...

HUWY D7.4 Results

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Kimpeler, S., Lehner, C., Lindner, R., Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P. & Taylor-Smith, E. (2010)
HUWY D7.4 Results. Edinburgh: European Community
HUWY (Hub Websites for Youth Participation) was an eParticipation Preparatory Action project, which piloted a distributed (networked) discussion. The pilot ran in Estonia, Ger...

UK public library roles and value: a focus group analysis

Journal Article
Appleton, L., Hall, H., Duff, A., & Raeside, R. (2018)
UK public library roles and value: a focus group analysis. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 50(3), (275-283). ISSN 0961-0006
Findings from a study of the advantages and disadvantages accrued by individuals from their public library use, and the impact of this on citizenship at individual and communi...

“I film therefore I am: process, practice & participation in community media.”

Presentation / Conference
Macleod, K. (2011, November)
“I film therefore I am: process, practice & participation in community media.”. Paper presented at Knowledge/Culture/Social Change, University of Western Sydney., University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Knowledge, Culture, Social Change, University of Western Sydney, “I Film Therefore I am: Process, Practice & Participation in Community Media.” The paper seeks to interrogate...

“We had never heard of feminism”: older working class women on screen and in production.

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Macleod, K. (2014, January)
“We had never heard of feminism”: older working class women on screen and in production. Paper presented at MeCCSA (Media, Communication & Cultural Studies) Annual Conference, University of Bournemouth (2014), University of Bournemouth, UK (2014
“We had never heard of feminism”: older working class women on screen and in production. How can media production techniques enhance the participation and representation of m...

Nineteenth-century girls and authorship: adolescent writing, appropriation, and their representation in literature, c. 1860-1900

Thesis
Burke, L. M. Nineteenth-century girls and authorship: adolescent writing, appropriation, and their representation in literature, c. 1860-1900. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/2058886
During the final decades of the nineteenth century girls’ culture flourished. As recent scholarship has shown, this culture pivoted on an engagement with fiction and particula...

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