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Article

McQueen, D., 2008. BBC’s Panorama, war coverage and the ‘Westminster consensus’. Westminster Papers in Culture and Communication, 5 (3), pp. 47-68.

Street, S., 2008. A World in Your Ear - Digitising Commercial Radio Archives. BUFVC Yearbook 2008.

Watson, T., 2008. Creating the cult of a saint: Communication strategies in 10th century England. Public Relations Review, 34 (1), pp. 19-24.

Oliver, J., 2008. Reflections on a failed action learning intervention. Action Learning: Research and Practice, 5 (1), pp. 79-83.

Durkin, K., 2008. The Adaptation of East Asian Masters Students to Western Norms of Critical Thinking and Argumentation in the U.K. Intercultural Education, 19 (1), pp. 15-27.

Daymon, C. and Hodges, C. E.M., 2008. Cultural influences on doing qualitative research in public relations in Mexico. Marketing Insights Working Paper Series (20910).

Gregory, A. and Watson, T., 2008. Defining the gap between research and practice in public relations programme evaluation - towards a new research agenda. Journal of Marketing Communications, 14 (5), pp. 337-350.

Durkin, K., 2008. The Middle Way: East Asian masters students’ perceptions of critical argumentation in U.K. universities. Journal of Studies in International Education, 12 (1), pp. 38-55.

Watson, T., 2008. Public relations research priorities: a Delphi study. Journal of Communication Management, 12 (2), pp. 104-123.

Book Section

Chignell, H., 2008. Change and Reaction in BBC Current Affairs Radio, 1928 – 1970. In: Bailey, M., ed. Narrating Media History. London: Routledge, pp. 36-47.

Jackson, D., 2008. Citizens, consumers and the demands of market-driven news. In: Lilleker, D. and Scullion, R., eds. Voters or Consumers: Imagining the Contemporary Electorate. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Wray, E., 2008. Hearing history. In: Murphy, J.-M., ed. Hotcourses Postgraduate - UK Study and Funding Guide 2008/09. London: Hotcourses , pp. 473-475.

Monograph

Street, S., 2008. Radio archive. Documentation. Poole: Bournemouth University.

Conference or Workshop Item

Moloney, K., 2008. Trouble making and whistleblowing. In: Invited talk, 21 November 2008, Institute of Communication Ethics, London College Communications. (Unpublished)

Wray, E., 2008. How Independent Radio came to Dorset. In: Study Gallery Talks, 9 October 2008, Study Gallery, Poole. (Unpublished)

Foster, J., 2008. Time and Silence: Julio Medems's Feminist Time Traveller. In: Poetics to Come, Politics of Mourning, 28-31 October 2008, Facultades de Filología y Filosofía, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.. (Unpublished)

Watson, T., 2008. Research priorities for public relations: Outcomes of an international Delphi study: keynote address. In: Southern Africa Institute for Management Scientists (SAIMS) 2008 Conference, 14 – 17 September 2008, Misty Hills Country Spa, Muldersdrift, South Africa. (Unpublished)

Watson, T., 2008. Public relations research priorities. In: SACOMM (South African Communication Association) Conference, 17 - 19 September 2008, Misty Hills Conference Centre and Spa, Pretoria. (Unpublished)

Hearing, T., 2008. A Midsummer Night's Video Dream - a video paper. In: Journal of Media Practice Symposium 2008, 20 June 2008, Institute of Communication Studies University of Leeds, England.

Street, S., 2008. Charles Parker Day 2008 - Choreographing Chaos, David Isay, Radio and Oral History - Sean Street. In: Charles Parker Day 2008, 4th April 2008, Miramar Hotel. (Unpublished)

Street, S. and Rogers, M., 2008. Charles Parker Day 2008 - Prize Presentation. In: Charles Parker Day 2008, 4th April 2008, Miramar Hotel. (Unpublished)

Reynolds, G., 2008. Charles Parker Day 2008-Introduction-Gillian Reynolds. In: Charles Parker Day 2008, 4th April 2008, Miramar Hotel. (Unpublished)

Oliver, J., 2008. Making the case for action learning as an effective framework for strategy making. In: International Action Learning Conference, 17-19 March 2008, Henley Management College, UK, pp. 1-20. (Unpublished)

Watson, T., 2008. Priorities in public relations research: An international Delphi study. In: 11th International Public Relations Research Conference: Research that Matters to the Practice, 6–9 March 2008, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.,USA, pp. 788-805.

Ireland, A., 2008. This Planet Has Four Walls: How early Doctor Who narrative was influenced by techniques and technology to overcome the confines of studio recording. In: Popular Culture Conference PCA/ ACA, 19–22 March 2008, San Francisco, USA.

Oliver, J., 2008. Making the case for action learning as an effective framework for strategy making. In: The Media School Seminar Series, Bournemouth University, 28 January 2008, Poole, Dorset. (Unpublished)

Hearing, T., 2008. Crossing Platforms. In: MeCCSA Conference 2008, 9-11 January 2008, Cardiff University, Wales.

Moloney, K., 2008. Can theories of power help us understand public relations better? In: Seminar to the Culture, Politics and Production Group, 5 May 2007, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Foster, J., 2008. Memory and Film. In: Image, Culture and the Media, April 2008, Universidad Complutense, Madrid. (Unpublished)

Oliver, J. and Rowles, N., 2008. Strategy as Learning: Capturing Emerging Knowledge. In: Strategic Management Society, September 2008, Cologne, Germany. (Unpublished)

Film/Broadcast

Street, S. and Cartwright, A., 2008. Home Recorded Voices. Radio. BBC Radio 4: UNSPECIFIED. 08 December 2008. 20.00.

Street, S. and Parker, S., 2008. Like Blackpool Went Through Rock - Charles Parker and the Radio Ballads. Radio. BBC Radio 4: UNSPECIFIED. June 2008. 20.00.

Hearing, T., 2008. Interzone 1. Video/DVD. Trevor Hearing. 2008.

Artwork/Design Object

White, N., 2008. Truth Serum. Experiment.Liverpool, England: FACT.

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