Three-D Issue 22

MeCCSA Three-D, Issue 22Three-D, Issue 22 (PDF, 2.1 Mb)

In this issue:
1 Some change, but battles far from over (Einar Thorsen)

Media Reform:
2 So they think it’s all over? (Julian Petley)
4 After the sentence (Bethany Usher)
5 Media plurality (Jonathan Hardy)
8 NSA/GCHQ, state power and surveillance (Lee Salter)

Stuart Hall:
10 MeCCSA and Stuart Hall (Peter Golding)
10 Britain’s most distinguished post-war public intellectual and cultural analyst (Graham Murdock)
11 The Stuart Hall Building (Julian Henriques)
12 Remembering the chuckle (Garry Whannel)

Media Studies:
14 Media Studies: where are we now? (Sonia Livingstone)
16 What’s happening with Media and Film Studies GCSE and GCE ‘A’ level (Pete Fraser)

MeCCSA Annual Conferences & Features:
17 MeCCSA 2014: Media and the Margins (Einar Thorsen, Daniel Jackson, Shelley Thompson, Hugh Chignell)
21 MeCCSA 2015: Generations (Rosemary White, James Leggott)

Reports and initiatives:
23 Chair’s report (Tim O’Sullivan)
24 Impact of HE policy on work, practices and departmental constitution (Giannina Warren)
25 Independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment (Peter Golding)
26 MeCCSA CCES Network update (Neil Gavin)
27 Practice Network (Michael Chanan)
29 Social Movements Network (Ruth Sanz Sabido)
31 MeCCSA Postgraduate conference 2014 (Toussaint Nothias, Christiaan de Beukelaer, Sam Ward)

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