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Dix, H., 2010. Postmodern Fiction and the Break-Up of Britain. London: Continuum.
Gerodimos, R., 2010. New media, new citizens: the terms and conditions of online youth civic engagement. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Lo-Garry, Y. C. T., 2010. Critical computer animation: an examination of "practice as research" and its reflection and review processes. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Lepetsos, A., Theofilou, A. and Siomkos, G., 2010. Proposing a Crisis Portfolio for Telecommunications Companies. In: Academy of Marketing 2010 Conference, 6-8 July 2010, Coventry University Business School, England.
McQueen, D., 2010. BBC TV's Panorama, conflict coverage and the 'Westminster consensus'. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Matthews, J., 2010. News sources and perceptual effects: an analysis of source attribution within news coverage of alleged terrorist plots. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Round, J., 2010. “The Apocalypse of Adolescence”: Use of the Bildungsroman and Superheroic Tropes in Mark Millar & Peter Gross’s Chosen. In: Lewis, A. D. and Hoff Kraemer, C., eds. Graven images: religion in comic books and graphic novels. New York: Continuum, pp. 188-202.
Round, J., 2010. Reconstructing Alice Cooper: From the Inside to The Last Temptation. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 1 (2), pp. 151-170.
Readman, M., 2010. What's in a word? the discursive construction of 'creativity'. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Round, J., 2010. ‘“Be vewy vewy quiet. We’re hunting Wippers.” A Barthesian analysis of the construction of fact and fiction in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell. In: Goggin, J. and Hassler-Forest, D., eds. The Rise and Reason of Comics and Graphic Literature: Critical Essays on the Form. Jefferson, NC., USA: McFarland.
Round, J., 2010. Can I call you Mommy? Myths of the feminine and superheroic in Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean's Black Orchid. In: Debating the difference: gender representation and self regulation. Dundee, Scotland.: Duncan of Jordanstone College, University of Dundee.
Round, J., 2010. Transforming Shakespeare: Neil Gaiman and The Sandman. In: Frus, P., ed. Beyond Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformations of Original Works. Jefferson NC,USA: McFarland, pp. 95-110.
Round, J., 2010. Chapter One: “Is this a book?” DC Vertigo and the redefinition of comics in the 1990s. In: Williams, P. and Lyons, J., eds. Contemporary American Comics: Creators and their Contexts. University of Mississippi Press, pp. 14-30.
Round, J., 2010. Cryptomimetic tropes in Yoshitomo Nakura’s Batman: Death Mask. Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction. (In Press)
Round, J., 2010. It’s all relative: breaking barriers and binaries in Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon’s Preacher. Popular Narrative Media, 4. (Submitted)
Street, S., 2010. Sympathetic Voices: The Correspondence between Charles Parker and George Ewart Evans. In: The Charles Parker Day Conference, 9 April 2010, University of Sunderland, England. (Unpublished)
Sarrica, M., Fortunati, L., O'Sullivan, J., Balcytiene, A., MacGregor, P., Nuust, V., Roussou, N., Meso , K., Pereira, X. and De Luca, F., 2010. The Early Stages of the Integration of the Internet in EU Newsrooms. European Journal of Communication, 25 (4), pp. 413-422.
Theofilou, A. and Jerofejeva, A., 2010. Measuring Levels of Skepticism Towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activities. In: Corporate Responsibility Research Conference 2010, 15-17 September 2010, Euromed Management School, Marseille, France.
Theofilou, A. and Vassilikopoulou, A., 2010. Unfolding a Product’s Ethical Bundle. In: Academy of Marketing 2010 Conference, 6-8 July 2010, Coventry University Business School, England.