Outputs - Media

Books

Charles, A. 2014: Interactivity 2: New Media, Politics and Society. UK: Peter Lang.

Charles, A. 2014: Editor, The End of Journalism Version 2.0: Industry, Technology and Politics. UK: Peter Lang.

Charles, A. 2013: Editor, Media/Democracy: A Comparative Study (foreword by Natalie Fenton). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Charles, A. 2012: Interactivity: New Media, Politics and Society. UK: Peter Lang.

Charles, A. 2011: Co-editor (with Gavin Stewart), The End of Journalism: News in the Twenty-First Century. UK: Peter Lang.

Charles, A. 2009: Editor, Media in the Enlarged Europe: Politics, Policy and Industry. UK: Intellect Publishing; U.S.: Chicago University Press.

Duffett, M. 2013: Understanding Fandom: An introduction to the study of media fan culture. UK: Bloomsbury.

Duffett, M. 2013: Edtor, Popular Music Fandom. UK: Routledge.

Roberts, S.G. 2013: Shades of Expression – Online Political Journalism in the Post-Colour Revolution Nations. UK: University of Chester Press.

 

Journal Articles

Charles, A. 2014: ‘Terrorists, rioters and crocodiles: the political symbolism of an Olympic monster’ in British Politics 9:2, 161-181.

Charles, A. 2013: ‘Three characters in search of an archetype: aspects of the trickster and the flâneur in the characterizations of Sherlock Holmes, Gregory House and Doctor Who’ in Journal of Popular Television 1:1, 83-102.

Charles, A. 2012: ‘The meta-Utopian metatext: the deconstructive dreams of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake’ in Utopian Studies 23:2, 472-503.

Charles, A. 2012: ‘Deer departed: a study of the news coverage of the death of the Exmoor Emperor’ in Journalism Education 1:1, 48-60.

Charles, A. 2011: ‘The crack of doom: the uncanny echoes of Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who’ in Science Fiction Film and Television 4:1, 1-24.

Charles, A. 2009: ‘The electronic state: Estonia’s new media revolution’ in Journal of Contemporary European Research 5:1, 97-113.

Charles, A. 2008: ‘War without end?: Utopia, the Family, and the Post-9/11 World in Russell T. Davies’s Doctor Who’ in Science Fiction Studies 35:3, 450-465.

Duffett, M. 2013: ‘Ghetto Voyeurism? Cross-racial Listening and the Attribution of Sociocultural Distance in Popular Music,’ Volume! 10, 1, pp. 93-107.

Duffett, M. 2013: ‘Introduction – Directions in Music Fan Research: Undiscovered Territories and Hard Problems [Editorial],’ Popular Music and Society 36, 3: 299-304.

Duffett, M. 2012: ‘Boosting Elvis: A Content Analysis of Editorial Stories from One Fan Club Magazine,’ Participations 9, 2, pp. 317-336.

Duffett, M. 2012: ‘Multiple Damnations: Deconstructing the Critical Response to Boyband Phenomena,’ Popular Music History 7, 2, pp. 185-197.

Duffett, M. 2012: ‘Applying Durkheim to Elvis,’ Transatlantica 2, pp. 1-6.

Duffett, M. 2012: ‘Why Promote Sold Out Concerts? A Durkheimian Analysis,’ Arts Marketing, 2, 1, pp. 22-44.

Duffett, M. 2011: ‘Elvis Presley and Susan Boyle: Bodies of Controversy,’ Journal of Popular Music Studies 23, 2, pp. 166-188.

Duffett, M. 2009: ‘We Are Interrupted by Your Noise: Heckling and the Symbolic Economy of Popular Music Stardom,’ Popular Music and Society 32, 1, pp. 37-57.

Roberts, S.G. 2014: '”Half a loaf is better than none”: The framing of political and national identity in Welsh border newspapers in the aftermath of the Mold Riots, 1869’. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 15(3).

Roberts, S.G. 2014: ‘Addressing the information gap in Wales: A proposal’. Agenda: Journal of the Institute of Welsh Affairs, Vol 51.

Roberts, S.G. 2013: ‘Clear Red Water? Devolved Education Policy and the Welsh News Media Audience’. Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal, pp. 67-88, Vol 10.

Roberts, S.G. 2013: ‘Tiny Territories, Hidden Tragedies: Enclaves and Exclaves in the Caucasus and Beyond’. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, pp. 57-66, Vol 209.

Roberts, S.G. 2011: ‘Transcending a dysfunctional mainstream? An update on the status of Welsh online journalism' Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal, pp. 55-72, Vol 8.

Roberts, S.G. 2011: 'Margins of the Mind: The psychogeography of the Welsh border'. Agenda: Journal of the Institute of Welsh Affairs, Vol 41.

Roberts, S.G. 2009: 'National Balancing Act’: Trinity Mirror and the isolation of North Wales’. Agenda: Journal of the Institute of Welsh Affairs, Vol 37, 2009.

Rutherford, 2014: ‘Improving student engagement in commercial Art & Design programmes’. iJADE - The International Journal of Art & Design Education.

Rutherford, 2014: ‘The development of an indigenous photographic aesthetic’  Online Journal of Art & Design  (Vol 2, Issue 1) ISSN 2301-2501  (2014).

Rutherford, 2013: ‘Why Art, Design & Communication are relevant for employment and citizenship’. Online Journal of Art & Design  (Vol 1, Issue 3) ISSN 2301-2501  (2013).

Rutherford, 2013: ‘Messages with Impact: A comparative analysis of creative advertising tactics employed in outdoor platforms in Castellón (Spain) & Warrington (UK)’. Online Journal of Communication & Media Technologies  (Vol 3, Issue 2) ISSN 1986-3497  (2013).

Rutherford 2012: ' Why advertising and design students should be required to write'. Networks  (Higher Education Academy ADM Subject Centre, Issue 17) ISSN 1756-963X  (2012).

Rutherford 2011: ' Mental Pictures and their implications for higher education'. Networks  (Higher Education Academy ADM Subject Centre, Issue 12) ISSN 1756-963X  (2011).

Slavtcheva-Petkova, V. 2014: ‘Rethinking Banal Nationalism: Banal Americanism, Europeanism and the Missing Link between Identities and Media Representations’. International Journal of Communication, Volume 8, 43-61.

Slavtcheva-Petkova, V. 2012: “I’m from Europe, but I’m not European”: Television’s and Children’s Identities’ in England and Bulgaria. Journal of Children and Media. Volume 7, Issue 3.

Slavtcheva-Petkova, V. and Mihelj, S. 2012: ‘Europe – a Default or a Dream? European Identity Formation among Bulgarian and English Children’. Ethnicities.

 

Book Chapters

Charles, A.  2014: ‘The abuse of power: Savile, Leveson and the internet’ in The End of Journalism Version 2.0, ed. Alec Charles (Peter Lang).

Charles, A. 2014: ‘The paper menagerie: making sense of soft news’ in The End of Journalism Version 2.0, ed. Alec Charles (Peter Lang).

Charles, A. 2013: ‘Media and/or democracy’ in Media/Democracy, ed. Alec Charles (Cambridge Scholars Publishing). 1-28.

Charles, A. 2013: ‘The allegory of allegory: race, racism and the summer of 2011’ in Doctor Who and Race, ed. Lindy Orthia (Intellect). 161-177.

Charles, A. 2012: Essay on ‘Science Fiction’ (161) and reviews of Dracula (150-151), A Clockwork Orange (193-194) and 28 Days Later (157-159) for Directory of World Cinema: Britain (Intellect).

Charles, A. 2011: ‘Pictures at an atrocity exhibition – modernism and dystopian realism in David Peace’s Red Riding Quartet’ in Analysing David Peace, ed. Katy Shaw (Cambridge Scholars Publishing). 61-76.

Charles, A. 2011: ‘Resistance is useless’ in The End of Journalism (Peter Lang). 1-17.

Charles, A. 2011: ‘Attack of the killer squirrels: a study of the fantastical symbolism of BBC News Online’ in The End of Journalism (Peter Lang). 159-192.

Charles, A. 2009: ‘Invisibility and insight: the unerasable trace of The Amazing Transparent Man’ in The Films of Edgar G. Ulmer, ed. Bernd Herzogenrath (Scarecrow Press). 245-263.

Duffett, M. and J. Hackett. 2013: ‘Mediating The Agony and the Ecstacy of Phil Spector: Documenting Monstrosity?’ in R. Edgar, K. Fairclough-Isaacs and B. Halligan, eds. The Music Documentary: Acid Rock to Electropop. New York: Routledge, pp. 206-218.

Duffett, M. 2013: ‘Walking in Memphis? Elvis Heritage between Fan Fantasy and Built Environment,’ In Redefining Mainstream Popular Music, edited by Sarah Baker, Andy Bennett and Jodie Taylor. New York: Routledge. pp. 102-113.

Duffett, M. 2010: ‘Average White Band: Kraftwerk and the Politics of race,’ in Pattie, D. and Albiez, S. eds. Kraftwerk: Music Non-Stop. New York, NY: Continuum, pp. 194-213.

Hodgson, G. 2013: ‘All in it together’: Manchester newspapers in the Second World War. Forthcoming book chapter.

Roberts, S.G. 2011: ‘Postcode lottery’: The future of cross-border media in post-devolution Wales’ in Hutchison, D. & O’Donnell, H. (Eds.) Centres and Peripheries: Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Journalism in the 21st Century pp.53-64 (Cambridge Scholars).

Roberts, S.G. 2010: ‘Shut Out but Switched On: Web Forums, Border Identities and the Evolving Narrative of Post-Devolution Wales’ in Monaghan, G. & Tunney, S. (Eds) Web Journalism: A new form of citizenship pp.126-136 (Sussex University Press).