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Chatiratchart, W., 2007. Attitudes towards political leaders amongst young Thai people (Generation Y) and their influence on electoral choices. Discussion Paper. Unpublished. (Unpublished)
Devlin, J. and Chignell, H., 2007. John Peel's Home Truths. The Radio Journal, 4 (1), pp. 69-81.
Hearing, T., 2007. I think I am turning academic, I really think so... In: “Minding the Gap”:Reflections on Media Practice & Theory. Postgraduate & Early Career Researchers Training Day, 12 May 2007, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford.
Jempson, M., Cookson, R., Williams, T., Thorsen, E., Khan, A. and Thevanayagam, P., 2007. Sensitive Coverage Saves Lives: Improving media portrayal of suicidal behaviour. Project Report. National Institute for Mental Health in England.
Moloney, K., 2007. Can theories of power help us understand public relations better? In: Media School Seminar Series, Bournemouth. (Unpublished)
Molesworth, M. and Denegri-Knott, J., 2007. Digital play and the actualisation of the consumer imagination. Games and Culture, 2 (2), pp. 114-133.
Richards, B., 2007. Media and the Restyling of Politics edited by John Corner and Dick Pels [Book Review]. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 3 (1), pp. 102-104.
Stephenson, I., 2007. Simulating Film Grain using the Noise Power Spectrum. Eurographics UK.
Street, S., 2007. A word in your ear: radio archives and education. In: Grant, C. and McKernan, L., eds. Moving Image Knowledge and Access: The BUFVC Handbook. London: BUFVC, pp. 23-28.
Vieira, C., 2007. Transmediation: Rethinking dynamic design for co-creation. In: International Crossmedia Storytelling Conference. (Unpublished)
Watson, T., 2007. Reputation and ethical behaviour in a crisis: predicting survival. Journal of Communication Management, 11 (4), pp. 371-384.
Watson, T., 2007. Reputation and ethical behaviour in a crisis: predicting survival. In: The Alan Rawel CIPR Academic Conference, 9-10 July 2007, London. (Unpublished)
Watson, T., 2007. Research priorities for public relations: The Asia Pacific insights from an international Delphi study. PRism, 5 (1-2), pp. 1-15.