A world-first series of six books on the history of public relations is being collated and edited by Professor Tom Watson from the Media School at Bournemouth University. The books will… »
Posts Tagged: “publications”
All posts listed below (newest first).
A recent paper by BU’s Public Relations Research Group explores the validity of two new terms that may help academics and practitioners understand past (and present) PR practices and events… »
The rise of 3D Printing, where a three-dimensional object can be recreated and printed in the comfort of your own home or office, has massive implications for patent and copyright… »
Journalism: New Challenges, free eBook published by BU’s Journalism and Communications Research Group (JCRG).
The Centre for Journalism and Communication Research (CJCR) is pleased to announce the publication of Journalism: New Challenges, edited by Karen Fowler-Watt and Stuart Allan. This free e-book is available… »
Congratulations to Dr Kip Jones and Trevor Hearing whose chapter ‘Turning Research into Film’ has just been published in Marilyn Lichtman’s new book on Qualitative Research for the Social Sciences…. »
Congratulations to Richard Scullion, Roman Gerodimos, Dan Jackson and Darren Lilleker, who have had their edited collection ‘The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment’ published by Routledge. The book came out of… »
Here are some of the events and activities NRG academics have been involved in this semester. Drs Julia Round and Bronwen Thomas have been awarded a grant from the AHRC… »
A Bournemouth University academic has joined forces with a former student to pen a unique media writing publication, a new book called ‘Media Writing: A Practical Introduction.’ Principal Lecturer in… »
BU Media School academics collaborate on a new publication: ‘The Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as a Consumer’
Two Bournemouth University (BU) Media School academics are behind a new publication that is catching the attention of academics, politicians and students alike. BU Senior lecturer Dr Richard Scullion edited… »