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MA Showcase

In this section you will find a selection of past Master’s dissertations and practical work that reflect both the range and high quality of research and media practice carried out by School of Media and Communication postgraduate students.

Communications Studies

Kimone Joseph

MA in Communications Studies, September 3 2011; Political Communications in Dominica: Journalism and the 2009 General Election Campaign
Kimone Joseph

Chen Li

MA in Communications Studies, September 1, 2006; Shall We Get Started? A Policy Approach to Ethno-Cultural Diversity, Cultural Politics and Audiovisual Media within China
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Miriam R. Lowe

MA in Communications Studies, September 3, 2007; Research into the Representation of Gender and Body Image in the Press

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Shaun Sutton

MA in Communications Studies, September 1, 2006; The ‘My’ in Ohmynews: A Uses and Gratifications Investigation into the Motivations of Citizen Journalists in South Korea
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Yanling Yang

MA in Communications Studies, September 3, 2007; Online Journalism in China: How the Journalists View their Profession
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International Communication

Nebiat Getachew Assegid

MA International Communications, September 3 2011; Ethiopian Public Diplomacy in the United Kingdom: Newsletter Effects
Nebiat Assegid

Maya Despres-Bedward

MA in International Communications, September 1, 2008; Lights, Camera Action!  Enacting Citizenship through Community Video: The Case of Southwark.TV
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Joey Lok Ting Chan

MA in International Communications, September 3, 2013; Representations of female sporting bodies in advertisements on Instagram
Joey Lok Ting Chan

Heba Elsayed

MA in International Communications, September 3, 2007; Global Media, Local Identities: The Role of Global Television Broadcasting in Influencing the National Identities of Young Egyptians
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Charlotte Hickson

MA International Communications, September 3 2011; A Study Comparing the 1979 Iranian Revolution and the 2011 Egyptian Revolution in regards to the Interconnection between Mainstream Media & Small Media and the Use and Change of Sources in News over Time
Charlotte Hickson

Carlo Piccinini

MA in International Communications, September 1, 2008; Public humanitarian advocacy: challenges, opportunities and its channeling through the celebrities
Carlo Piccinini (2)

Juan Villalobos

MA in International Communications, September 3, 2007; What is the cultural impact of communication technologies on international organisations?: The case of Christian Aid
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Xian Wang

MA in International Communications, September 1, 2006; Media in Political Decision Making: An Examination of the SARS Crisis in China
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International Journalism

Kapil Arya

MA in International Journalism, September 3, 2011; The Over-Dependence of Indian-English Newspapers on Global News Agencies for International News
Kapil Arya

Shigeru Endo

MA in International Journalism, September 1, 2006; The Business/Financial Journalism: The Role and the Ways to be Independent from the News Sources
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Attracta M. Mooney

MA in International Journalism, September 1, 2008; Tabloidization and the Irish Press Media
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Jim Ongowo

MA in International Journalism, September 3, 2011; Ethics of Investigative Journalism: A Study of a Quality and a Tabloid Newspaper in Kenya
Jim Ongowo

Hannah Robins

MA in International Journalism, September 3 2007; EU Migration and the Propagation of a Moral Panic: An Examination of the ‘other’ in The Daily Mail and The Sun
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Richard Sexton

MA in International Journalism, September 3 2007; An Investigation into the Representation of Muslims in The Sun Newspaper and its Effects
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Media Industries

Emily Norval

MA in Media Industries, September 3 2011; Research into Womens’ Magazines and the Social Construction of Womanhood
Emily Norval

Lieke Ongering

MA Political Communication, September 3 2011; The Extreme Right and the Online Public Sphere: A Study on the Discussions on the Web 2.0 Platforms used by the Extreme Right and whether they Contribute to the Formation of an Online Public Sphere
Lieke Ongering

Laura Phillips

MA Political Communication, September 3 2011; How Efficient is the EU’s Method of Localised Communication in Britain?
Laura Phillips

Arnhild Schmidt

MA in Media Industries, September 3 2011; ‘Identity anxiety is in the air’: Cultural Identity Construction in Quebec Print Media Coverage of the Reasonable Accommodation Debate
Arnhild Schmidt

Political Communication

Anh Bui

MA Political Communication, September 3 2011; Public Diplomacy in ASEAN and the Cases of Vietnam and Singapore
Anh Bui

Film, Photography and Media

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