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LATEST ISSUE: Protest and the New Media Ecology
Vol. 6 No. 3 (2013)
Guest Editor: Keren Darmon, London School of Economics and Political Science
The Biographical Narrative in Popular Culture, Media and Communication
Vol. 5 No. 3 (2012)
Guest Editor: Victoria Kearley
Journal Editor: Matthew Freeman
Vol. 5 No. 2 (2012)
Guest Editors: Sophie Halliday & Rhys Owain Thomas
Journal Editor: Tom Phillips
Girlhood in Popular Culture
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2012)
Guest Editor: Melanie Kennedy
Journal Editor: Tom Phillips
Masculinity and Popular Culture
Vol. 4 No. 1 (2011)
A special edition of "Networking Knowledge" on the subject of Masculinity and Popular Culture, in association with the University of Southampton.
Edited by Vincent M. Gaine.
MeCCSA-PGN Conference 2010
Vol. 3 No. 2 (2010)
A selection of papers from the annual MeCCSA Postgraduate Network Conference, held at the University of Glasgow, 30th June to 1st July 2010.
Cover design by Caro Negret.
Journal edited by Vincent M. Gaine and Maria Antonia Velez Serna.
MeCCSA-PGN Conference 2009
Vol. 3 No. 1 (2010)
The MeCCSA-PGN hosted its sixth annual postgrad conference at Bangor University from 8-9 July 2009. The conference brought together 51 speakers from across the UK and a scattering of postgrad researchers from as far away as Australia, Egypt, and Canada. This year's journal represents a selection of papers showcasing the interdisciplinarity of the conference and the diversity of its contributors' research. This issue of the journal was co-edited by Amy Chambers, Jennifer Krase, Chris Pallant and Isamar Carrillo Masso. With special thanks to Shelley Thompson and Vincent M. Gaine, and the network’s 2009/10 executive committee. Cover design by Amy Chambers with photography by Lyle Skains. All work is copyrighted © to MeCCSA Postgraduate Network and cannot be reproduced without the express permission of the individual authors.
Photography by Lyle Skains. Design by Amy Chambers.
MeCCSA-PGN Conference 2008
Vol. 2 No. 1 (2009)
The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network hosted its fifth annual postgraduate conference in July 2008 at the University of Sussex, Brighton. Building on previous events in Ulster, Cardiff, Birmingham and Bristol, the two-day event featured 66 papers on a range of topics across the fields of media, communication and cultural studies. We are delighted to now present a selection of the papers given at the conference. This issue of the journal was co-edited by Jimmy Billingham, Colette Duke, Craig Haslop and Jérôme Hansen. With special thanks to all referees and voluntary proofreaders. Cover design by Aristea Fotopoulou. All work is copyrighted © to MeCCSA Postgraduate Network and cannot be reproduced without the express permission of the individual authors.
MeCCSA-PGN Conference 2007
Vol. 1 No. 2 (2007)
The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network hosted its fourth annual postgraduate conference in July 2007 at the University of the West of England (UWE). Building on previous events in Ulster, Cardiff and Birmingham, the two day event featured 68 papers on a range of topics across the fields of media, communication and cultural studies. We are delighted to now present a selection of the papers given at the conference, organised thematically by panel. Compiled and edited by Daniel Ashton, Iain Robert Smith and Einar Thorsen. All work is copyrighted © to MeCCSA Postgraduate Network and cannot be reproduced without the express permission of the individual authors.
Minding the Gap: Reflections on Media Practice & Theory
Vol. 1 No. 1 (2007)
There is an unmistakable gap between intellectual models of mass media institutions and practices, and the ways that practitioners experience the media. All too often, media theorists lack personal experiences of their topics of study, and university departments separate theory and practice in their internal organisation. This issue explores the relationship between media theories and mass media practices across three thematic workshops.
'Minding the Gap: Reflections on Media Practice and Theory', a training day for postgraduate and early career researcher-practitioners jointly organised by MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (University of Oxford) and the Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy Research (London), was held at the Reuters Institute on the 12th May 2007. It explored the various 'gaps' between practitioners' experiences of the media industries and academic theories of media institutions and
practices. 24 contributors from around the UK and Europe discussed broadcasting, print, film, and online media across three thematic workshops covering: practice in methodology, theory in practice and personal testimonies recounting the challenges - personal, ethnical, political and practical - facing 'double practitioners'.
MeCCSA Postgraduate Network and the Stanhope Centre present a selection of papers given on the day. They can be downloaded here in PDF format and are grouped together by panel.
This journal features some but not all of the presentations given at the conference as some authors felt it was premature as yet to put their work into the public domain. It should be noted that these are works-in-progress and should be read as such.
Compiled and edited by Cathy Baldwin (Oxford), Dr Charlotte Crofts (UWE), Line Thomsen (Aarhus, Denmark) and Venkata Vemuri (UWE)
All work is copyrighted © to MeCCSA Postgraduate Network and the Stanhope Centre and cannot be reproduced without the express permission of the individual authors. Email contact details are provided with the papers. All comments should be directed to the authors rather than the Executive Committee of the Postgraduate Network or the staff of the Stanhope Centre.