Fang, D. A semantic framework for unified cloud service search, recommendation, retrieval and management. (Thesis)
Cloud computing (CC) is a revolutionary paradigm of consuming Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services. However, while trying to find the optimal services, many...
Pitkethly, A., Campbell, A., Sproule, J., Booth, J., Fawkner, S., & Hutson, D. (2017, November). Teachers’ and young adolescents’ qualitative opinions of an eight-week, feasibility/pilot, sit-stand desk intervention. Poster presented at Scottish Physical Activity Research Connections 2017
Aim: Nine sit-stand desks were installed in an Edinburgh Primary 7 class to determine the feasibility of their use and the effects on sedentary, activity, learning outcome var...
Atton, C. (2011, March). 'Our semi-imaginary galaxy’: how fanzines write about popular music
Arts & Humanities Research Council
The contemporary globalisation of publishing, both books and magazines, represents: an increased flow of products across national borders, often superficially customised for different language groups,...
24 April 2019
24 April 2019
The M Word
The first International Magazine Centre event
Keynote speaker – Simon Kanter, Creative Director at Haymarket Media Group
18 May 2017
01 June 2017
18 books displayed, launch of 3 magazines
44 PG students' work represented
Presentation of Award
Upgrade of C level, Merchiston Campus, and ins...
Atton, C. (2010, March). Genre, subculture and music fanzines
Atton, C. (2009, May). Virtual community and popular culture: expertise and authority in fan discourse
Atton, C. (2009, March). Fanzines: popular culture and creativity
Atton, C. (2008, July). Fanzines: popular culture and creativity
Atton, C. (2000, July). Zines and the materiality of alternative culture. Paper presented at Material Cultures: the Book, the Text and the Archive, University of Edinburgh
Atton, C. (2000, April). What use is a zine? Social signification in the culture of alternative publishing. Paper presented at Popular Culture Association Conference, New Orleans
Gerrard, S. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery Document Scotland The Ties That Bind. Exhibited at Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, UK. 25 September 2015 - 25 April 2016. (Unpublished)
Document Scotland is a photographic collective comprising of Colin McPherson, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Sophie Gerrard and Stephen McLaren — four Scots-born photographers, each e...
Lau, P., Leung, B., Pitkethly, A., & Ransdell, L. (in press). Do physical education teachers and general teachers differ in their implicit anti-fat bias?. International Journal of Physical Education, ISSN 0341-8685
The purpose of this study was to examine implicit attitudes of physical education (PE) and non-PE teachers towards overweight children stratified by gender, age, and body mass...
Fang, D., Liu, X., Romdhani, I., Jamshidi, P., & Pahl, C. (2016). An agility-oriented and fuzziness-embedded semantic model for collaborative cloud service search, retrieval and recommendation. Future Generation Computer Systems, 56, (11-26). doi:10.1016/j.future.2015.09.025. ISSN 0167-739X
Cloud computing enables a revolutionary paradigm of consuming ICT services. However, due to the inadequately described service information, users often feel confused while try...
Atton, C. (2014). Fanzines: enthusiastic production through popular culture. In Atton, C. (Ed.). Routledge companion to alternative and community media, 437-444. Routledge. ISBN 9780415644044
No abstract available.
Stanley, P. (2015). Writing the PhD Journey(s): An Autoethnography of Zine-Writing, Angst, Embodiment, and Backpacker Travels. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 44(2), 143-168. https://doi.org/10.1177/0891241614528708
Doing PhD is a “black box.” While inputs, outputs, and milestones are visible, there is a sizeable gap in our understanding of candidates’ lived experiences. This may cause so...
Kyle, R. G., Kearns, R. & Milligan, C. (2013). Beyond ‘the paradox of our own complicity’: the place of activism and identity in ‘voluntary sector’ stories from Manchester and Auckland. Social and Cultural Geography. , 1-17. doi:10.1080/14649365.2014.983148. ISSN 1464-9365
This paper problematises ‘sectors’ as the core organising concept for spaces within
social policy and ‘third sector’ theory and practice. It does so by drawing on (auto)
My PhD research focuses on the lived experience and literary representation...
The M Word
Wednesday 24 April 2019
5.30 (for 6pm) to 8pm
Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre, Craiglockhart
23 April 2019
Edinburgh Napier University
17 May 2017 - 31 May 2017