Three-D Issue 27

Three-D, issue 27 (PDF, 3.8 Mb) In this issue: 1 Leveson revisited, and HE’s multiple fronts (Einar Thorsen) Media Reform 2 DCMS consultation on Leveson (Steven Barnett) 3 Joining the IPSO Readers’ Advisory Panel (Kate Sang) 4 Government’s consultation and Impress (Máire Messenger Davies) 5 Leveson 2: issues and unheard evidence (Peter Jukes) 9 Local journalism under threat …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Amplifying postgraduate and early career voices

Patricia Prieto-Blanco University of Brighton Editor, Networking Knowledge The first issue of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Journal appeared almost ten years ago. Released as an e-journal in September 2007, Networking Knowledge provides a space for postgraduate and early career researchers to showcase their work. Over the years, this space has nurtured upcoming scholars in the fields of media, communications and cultural …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Postgraduate Network in 2016 and plans ahead

Seema Hussain Birmingham City University During 2016, the PGN network continued to focus on delivering a targeted programme of events, designed to provide our delegates with an opportunity to network, exchange ideas and seek support while navigating through their post-graduate journey. In July, our flagship event, the PGN conference was held at the University of …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Spain’s Civil War 80 years later

Ruth Sanz Sabido Canterbury Christ Church University The MeCCSA Social Movements Network and the Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures (Canterbury Christ Church University) organised the IAMCR Pre-Conference ‘Spain’s Civil War 80 years later: The wound that will not heal?’ on 18 and 19 July 2016. The event marked the eightieth anniversary of the …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Game Design goes Corporate Watching

Anna Feigenbaum Bournemouth University On 4th May 2016, in collaboration with Corporate Watch, Dr. Anna Feigenbaum and Phil Wilkinson hosted a serious games event in partnership with Photini Vrikki and King’s College London’s Centre for Digital Culture. Our interactive game design workshop, supported by the Political Studies Association and MeCCSA Social Movement Network, brought together designers, …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Post-Screen Cultures/Practices

Tahera Aziz, Phil Hammond & Lizzie Jackson London South Bank University The 2016 MeCCSA Practice Network / Journal of Media Practice symposium, Post-Screen Cultures/Practices was held at London South Bank University on 10 June. The day focussed on practice-based research and featured papers, presentations of practice, and film screenings. The symposium sought to explore how, with the proliferation of …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Research Excellence Framework update

While a new acronym by name of TEF has started to haunt the nightmares of many an academic we are still keeping a wary eye on the next Research Excellence Framework (REF). With the publication of Lord Stern’s review of the REF in July many let out a large sigh of relief. His recommendations were …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Chair’s report

Natalie Fenton Goldsmiths, University of London From the Brexit vote to Trump’s election the extraordinary times we are living through are often shocking and deeply troubling but do at least make for good teaching material as the focus on the media grows ever more intense. Are we post-truth or just past caring? Whatever your politics …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: MeCCSA 2018: Creativity and Agency

Janet Jones & Philip Hammond London South Bank University We are delighted that the next MeCCSA conference will be hosted by the School of Arts and Creative Industries at London South Bank University, from 10—12 January 2018. The theme is ‘Creativity and Agency’. Among our keynote speakers who have already confirmed are Prof. David Gauntlett …Continue Reading

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