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And … action?: gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries (2018)
Journal Article
Ruth Eikhof, D., Newsinger, J., Luchinskaya, D., & Rudloff, D. (2019). And … action?: gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries. Gender, Work and Organization, 26(6), 840-859. doi:10.1111/gwao.12318

This article explores how a knowledge ecology framework can help us better understand the production of gender knowledge, especially in relation to improving gender equality. Drawing on Law et al. (2011), it analyses what knowledge of gender inequali... Read More

Quantitative insights into televised birth: a content analysis of One Born Every Minute (2018)
Journal Article
De Benedictis, S., Johnson, C., Roberts, J., & Spiby, H. (2019). Quantitative insights into televised birth: a content analysis of One Born Every Minute. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 36(1), 1-17. doi:10.1080/15295036.2018.1516046

This paper explores birth representations through a content analysis of two seasons of the UK program, One Born Every Minute (Channel 4, 2010- ) (OBEM). Reality television (RTV) has been a fertile ground for the mediation of birth but has also stoked... Read More

Cinema-going trajectories in the digital age (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Styliari, T. C., Kefalidou, G., & Koleva, B. (2018). Cinema-going trajectories in the digital age

The activity of cinema-going constantly evolves and gradually integrates the use of digital data and platforms to become more engaging for the audiences. Combining methods from the fields of Human Computer Interaction and Film Studies, we conducted t... Read More

Strokes of serendipity: Community co-curation and engagement with digital heritage (2018)
Journal Article
Mutibwa, D. H., Hess, A., & Jackson, T. (2018). Strokes of serendipity: Community co-curation and engagement with digital heritage. Convergence, doi:10.1177/1354856518772030

This article explores the potential that community–led digital engagement with heritage holds for stimulating active citizenship through taking responsibility for shared cultural heritage and for fostering long-lasting relationships between local com... Read More

United Kingdom: film funding, the "corporate welfare system" and its discontents (2018)
Book
Newsinger, J., & Prescence, S. (2018). United Kingdom: film funding, the "corporate welfare system" and its discontents. In P. Murschetz, R. Teichmann, & M. Karmasin (Eds.), Handbook of state aid for film: finance, industries and regulation, 447-462. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Publishing Company. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71716-6_25

From 'celluloid comrades' to 'digital video activism': queer filmmaking in postsocialist China (2018)
Journal Article
Bao, H. (2018). From 'celluloid comrades' to 'digital video activism': queer filmmaking in postsocialist China. JOMEC Journal, 12, doi:10.18573/jomec.171

Although homosexuality was decriminalised in 1997 and partially depathologised in 2001, LGBTQ issues are still strictly censored in Chinese media. With the rapid growth of China’s LGBTQ community, an increasing number of independent films featuring L... Read More