Two more of our MRes students are delivering research papers in the School of Media, Art and Design.
Dr Andy Birtwistle, Reader in Film and Sound, has had a new article published in FKW // Zeitschrift für Geschlechterforschung und visuelle Kultur.
Two of our Fine Art students, Christie Grant and Kate Monan, have had work selected for a group show.
We present two papers by practising artists on our Masters by Research Programme.
Dr Ken Fox, Principal Lecturer and Knowledge Exchange Co-ordinator in the Department of Media, Art and Design, on the Oscar winner that nearly wasn’t.
Artist Sam Vale has produced the exhibition Latent: A hidden history to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales.
Senior Lecturer Tim Jones has launched a new blog, Canterbury Amateur Film Archive, to share the fruits of his research.
Dr Ruth Sanz Sabido and Emma Graves are to discuss news values in the context of postcolonial relations.
Bryan Hawkins is curating Dialogic Imaginations, a series of practice-based research events within the School of Media Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University. The first two events are:
Reader in Digital Transformations, Dr Ágnes Gulyás, is to present a paper on local media in the digital age.
Canterbury Christ Church University
School of Media, Art and Design and Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures
Research Seminars 2016-2017
22 February 2017
Local media and local communities
Speaker: Dr Ágnes Gulyás, Canterbury Christ Church University
What are the roles and importance of local media in their community? How has the subject area been studied? How are the internet and online platforms impacting on the relationship between local communities and their local media? What is local news in the digital age? – These are the key questions for this talk, which will provide a review and (meta) analysis of the relevant literature outlining the key areas of concerns, main approaches and gaps in the field. As an important topic in the literature the talk will explore more closely how local media are changing in the digital age and the key issues regarding the impact of internet and online platforms on how local communities communicate and how information are mediated for them. Findings of an empirical study on local news and communication in the digital age carried out by the presenter and Sarah O’Hara will be presented to illustrate particular points.
Dr Ágnes Gulyás is a Reader in Digital Transformations in the School of Media, Art and Design. She is the co-director of the Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures, CCCU and teaching on the Media and Communications, Multimedia Journalism and MA by Research programmes and supervises PhD students in the School. Ágnes’ research interests include digital transformations, social media, communities, media organisations and industries and journalism.
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