Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute"
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BASSI, Camila (2012). ‘Shanghai Goes West’: reflections on the city’s gay political economy. In: HINES, Sally and TAYLOR, Yvette, (eds.) Sexualities: past reflections, future directions. Gender and sexualities in social sciences . London, Palgrave MacMillan.
BASSI, Camila (2011). The inane politics of Tony Cliff. Journal for the study of anti-semitism, 3 (2), 729-738.
BATES, C. D. and YATES, Simeon (2008). Scrum Down: a software engineer and a sociologist explore the implementation of an agile method'. In: International Conference on Software Engineering archive: Proceedings of the 2008 international workshop on Cooperative and human aspects of software engineering, Leipzig. 13-16.
CERE, Rinella (2012). ‘Forever Ultras’: female football support in Italy. In: TOFFOLETTI, Kim and MEWETT, Peter, (eds.) Sport and its female fans. Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society Series (17). Taylor and Francis, 46-60.
CERE, Rinella (2011). Musealizing cinema: a troubled history? In: Moving Image and Institution: Cinema and the Museum in the 21st Century, University of Cambridge, 6-8 July, 2011. (Submitted)
CERE, Rinella (2011). ‘Roshonara Chowdry: Misrepresentations of “Homegrown Terrorists” in the British Press’. In: Race and the Cultural Industries Conference, University of Leeds, September 2011. (Unpublished)
CERE, Rinella (2003). ‘Witches of our age’: women ultras, football and the media. In: BERNSTEIN, A and BLAIN, N, (eds.) Sport, media, culture: global and local dimensions. London, Frank Cass, 166-188.
CERE, Rinella (2011). The media representation of Muslim women radicalised by a post 9/11 society. In: Race and the Cultural Industries Conference, University of Leeds, 14 September 2011. (Unpublished)
CERE, Rinella, JEWKES, Yvonne and UGELVIK, Thomas (2013). 'Media and crime: a comparative analysis of crime news in the UK, Norway and Italy'. In: BODY-GENDROT , Sophie, HOUGH , Mike, KEREZSI , Klara, LÉVY , René and SNACKEN , Sonja, (eds.) The Routledge handbook of European criminology. Routledge International Handbooks . London, Routledge, 266-279. (In Press)
CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and DIENG, Patricia (2013). How does it feel? Tactile interpretations of visual symbols. In: NG, Annie W Y, (ed.) Signs and symbols for workplace and public use. USA, Nova . (In Press)
DELLER, Ruth A (2011). Twittering on: Audience research and participation using Twitter. Participations, 8 (1), 216-245.
DELLER, Ruth A. (2010). 'What the World Needs... is a Doctor'. In: SMITHKA, Paula and LEWIS, Courtland, (eds.) Doctor Who and Philosophy. Chicago, Open Court, 239-247.
DOLAH, Shahrizal, RUST, Chris and GREEN, Geff (2011). How may designers create furniture that allows meaningful place-making in a modern office?: Case study in the Malaysian office environment. In: 4th World Conference on Design Research, IASDR, Amsterdam, October 31 - November 4. (Submitted)
DUJARDIN, Anne-Florence (2010). Getting started with Diigo social bookmarking - a checklist. Project Report. Higher Education Academy.
GRAINGER, Karen (2011). "The Daily Grunt":The resurgence of the deficit model of language competence in children. In: Language, Education and Disadvantage, Sheffield Hallam University, 19th-20th April 2011. (Unpublished)
GRAINGER, Karen and UNSPECIFIED (2012). "The daily grunt": middle class bias and vested interests in the 'Getting in Early' and 'Why Can't They Read?' reports. Language and Education. (Submitted)
GREEN, Geff and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2012). Communication practices of the Karen in Sheffield: Seeking to navigate their three zones of displacement. Asian Journal of Communication, 22 (6), 566-583.
GREEN, Geff and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2012). Surveillance without borders : the case of Karen refugees in Sheffield. In: The Fifth Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference: "Watch This Space: Surveillance Futures", Sheffield University and Kenwood Hall Hotel, Sheffield, 2-4 April 2012. (Unpublished)
JONES, Peter (2013). Bernstein's 'codes' and the linguistics of 'deficit'. Language and Education, 27 (2), 161-179.
KIVLAND, Sharon (2012). Lessons in History volume II - Democracy An exhibition of artists' books and multiples on the theme above. [Show/Exhibition]
KIVLAND, Sharon (2009). Reisen, a solo exhibition at Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Düsseldorf. [Show/Exhibition]
KIVLAND, Sharon (2011). Sequences. [Show/Exhibition]
POSTILL, John (2010). Introduction: Theorising media and practice. In: POSTILL, John and BRÄUCHLER , Birgit, (eds.) Theorising Media and Practice. Anthropology of media (4). Oxford, Berghahn.
POSTILL, John (2011). Localizing the Internet : an anthropological account. Anthropology of Media, 5 . Berghahn.
POSTILL, John (2010). Researching the Internet. The Journal Of The Royal Anthropological Institute, 16 (3), 646-650.
POSTILL, John (2010). Running cyburbia: Internet and local governance in Subang Jaya. In: GUAN, Yeoh Seng, (ed.) Media, culture and society in Malaysia. Routledge Malaysian Studies Series . Routledge.
POSTILL, John (2009). What is the point of media anthropology? Social Anthropology, 17 (3), 334-337.
SHIN, Chi Yun (2012). Cosmopolitanism in the films of E J-Yong. In: Korean Film: Years of Radical Change, University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, 10th May 2012. (Unpublished)
SHIN, Chi Yun (2012). 'Excessive' Remake: Horror, Comedy and Family in The Quiet Family and The Happiness of the Katakuris. In: Korean Cine-media and the Transnational conference, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, 11-14 November 2010.
SHIN, Chi Yun (2012). ‘Excessive’ remake : from The Quiet Family to The Happiness of the Katakuris. Transnational Cinemas, 3 (1), 67-80.
SHIN, Chi Yun (2011). Trajectories of omnibus: memories, journeys and migration in Tickets (2005). In: Sonic Futures: Soundscapes and the Languages of Screen Media. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) conference, London (King's College London, Birbeck College, Regent's College) , 23-26 June 2011. (Unpublished)
SLATER, Jenny (2012). Self-advocacy and socially just pedagogy. Disability Studies Quarterly, 32 (1).
SLATER, Jenny (2012). Stepping outside normative neoliberal discourse: youth and disability meet – the case of Jody McIntyre. Disability and Society, 27 (5), 723-727.