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Allen, S., 2015. Grade Grubbing: Student Expectations and Academic Assessment. In: SRHE Annual Research Conference, 9-11 December 2015, Celtic Manor, Newport in South Wales, United Kingdom.

Alvarez Losada, J, Anderson, E. F. and Fryazinov, O., 2015. Real-Time Fluids – Optimizing Grid-Based Methods. In: SIGRAD 2015 – 36th annual conference of the Swedish Computer Graphics Association, 1--2 June 2015, Stockholm, Sweden.

Akpan, A., 2015. De-Regulation or More Regulation: The Intellectual Predicament of the Law of Maritime Cabotage. In: New Challenges in Maritime Law: de lege lata et de lege ferenda. Bonomo Editore, 381 - 406.

Aslan, B., 2015. The Mobilization Process of Syria’s Activists: The Symbiotic Relationship Between the Use of ICTs and the Political Culture. International Journal of Communication, 9, 2507-2525.

Akpan, A., 2015. A Precarious Judicial Interpretation of the Scope of EU Maritime Cabotage Law. Journal of International Maritime Law, 20 (6), 444 - 446.


Bachmann, S.-D. , 2015. Hybride Bedrohungen 2016. In: Sicher und Morgen? Sicherheltspolitische Jahrresvorschau 2016. Wien: Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung und Sport, 85 -88 .

Berger, R. and McDougall, J., 2015. Et Tu Media Education? CitizenFour, The Panoptic Web and the new ‘Usersphere’. Media Education Research Journal, 6 (1), 5 - 12.

Bachmann, S.-D. and Mosquera, A. B M. , 2015. Hybrid Warfare and Lawfare. Operational Law Quarterly, 16 (1), 2 -5 .

Brownsword, R. and Wale, J., 2015. Compromise Medicalisation. In: Stanton, C., Devaney, S. and Farrell, A., eds. Pioneering Healthcare Law: Essays in Honour of Margaret Brazier. Routledge, 292-304.

Berger, R., Hobbs, R., McDougall, J. and Mihailidis, P., 2015. We're in this Together: building a global community for media education research. Media Education Research Journal, 5 (2), 5 - 10 .

Barker, B., 2015. Media planning: Exploration of the media decision making process in the digital environment. In: Academy of Marketing 2015, 6--10 July 2015, Limerick, Ireland.

Buscemi, F., 2015. How ‘il caffé sospeso’ became ‘suspended coffee’: The neo-liberal re-‘invention of tradition’ from Bourdieu to Bourdieu. European Journal of American Culture, 34 (2), 123 - 136.

Buscemi, F., 2015. New Meat and the Media Conundrum with Nature and Culture. Lexia, 19-20, 419-434.

Bond, M., 2015. Outside In: Challenging traditional narrative constructs in digital cinema. Exploring the frame, continuity editing and audience perspective. Film. Poole, England: Mark Bond. 2015.


Charles, M., Gyori, B., Wolters, S. and Penuela, J.U.A., 2015. Target BACRIM: Blurring fact and fiction to create an interactive documentary game. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9445, 349-352.

Chignell, H., 2015. Sam Hanna Bell and the ideology of place. In: Franklin, I., Chignell, H. and Skoog, K., eds. Regional Aesthetics: Mapping UK Media Cultures. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 185-195.

Callus, P., 2015. Animation, Fabrication, Photography; Reflections upon the Intersecting Practices of Sub-Saharan Artists within the Moving Image. African Arts, 48 (3), 58 - 69.

Copp, S. and Cronin, A., 2015. The Failure of Criminal Law to Control the Use of Off Balance Sheet Finance During the Banking Crisis. The Company Lawyer, 36 (4), 99 -120.

Chignell, H., 2015. Out of the Dark: Samuel Beckett and BBC Radio. Peripeti, 22, 11 - 21 .

Crossley, L., 2015. Get the London look: Anna Neagle as the emblem of British fashion and femininity in Maytime in Mayfair. Film, Fashion & Consumption, 4 (1), 57 - 73.

Chaudhry, E., Bian, S., Ugail, H., Jin, X., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2015. Dynamic skin deformation using finite difference solutions for character animation. Computers and Graphics, 46, 294 - 305 .

Cownie, F., 2015. Commitment balance: An opportunity for cross-cultural research. In: 2nd International Corporate and Marketing Communication in Asia Conference: Creativity, Cultural Identity and Corporate Social Responsibility, 29-30 January 2015, Bangkok, Thailand, 184- 200.

Corrigall, M., 2015. Invisible communities and their visible cameras: The landscape photography of the Chinese camera club of South Africa. African Arts, 48 (3), 48 - 57.


Dix, H., 2015. On Balkanism and Orientalism: Undifferentiated patterns of perception in literary and critical representations of Eastern Europe. Textual Practice, 29 (5), 973 - 991.

Davis, H., 2015. A Bizarre Anomaly? Rights of Political Participation and the Scottish Independence Referendum: Moohan v Lord Advocate. European Human Rights Law Review (5), 488 - 494.

Davis, H. and Arjona Sánchez, M.J., 2015. La ley de derechos humanos bajo amenaza. El desafío a la ley de derechos humanos en el Reino Unido. Human Rights Law under Threat – the Challenge to Human Rights Law in the United Kingdom. Revista de Derecho Constitucional Europeo, 12 (23).


Eccles, S., Devis-Rozental, C., Jones, J. and Mayer, M., 2015. Globelongers’ - Inspiring, Intrepid International Students. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Research Conference, 9-11 December 2015, Newport, Wales.

Eccles, S. and Bradley, S., 2015. Reflecting on Leadership: Higher Education Academy Recognition and Academics as Effective Leaders. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Research Conference, 9--11 December 2015, Newport, Wales.

Erickson, K., Heald, P., Homberg, F., Kretschmer, M. and Mendis, D., 2015. Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: an empirical assessment. Working Paper. London: Intellectual Property Office.

Erickson, K. and Wei, L., 2015. Intellectual property enclosure and economic discourse in the 2012 London Olympic Games. Media, Culture and Society, 37 (3), 409 - 421.


Farrell, N., 2015. Redrawing Boundaries: WITNESS and the Politics of Citizen Videos. Global Media and Communication, 11 (3), 237-253.

Favale, M., McDonald, N., Faily, S. and Gatzidis, C., 2015. Human Aspects in Digital Rights Management: The Perspective of Content Developers​. In: AIIP IV: Fourth International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and IP Law. , 9 November 2015, Braga, Portugal.

Frost, S., 2015. Bespoke Bookselling for the 21st Century: John Smith’s and Current UK Higher Education. Book 2.0, 5 (1-2), 39-57.

Frost, S. and Hall, S., 2015. John Smith’s: historical perspectives and historical precedence. Book 2.0, 5 (1-2), 27 - 37.

Feigenbaum, A., 2015. From cyborg feminism to drone feminism: Remembering women’s anti-nuclear activisms. Feminist Theory: an international interdisciplinary journal.

Frost, S., 2015. “Public Gains and Literary Goods: a coeval tale of Conrad, Kipling and Francis Marion Crawford”. In: Macdonald, K. and Singer, C., eds. Transitions in Middlebrow Writing, 1880-1930. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 37 - 56.

Feigenbaum, A., 2015. Riot control agents: The case for regulation. Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, 12 (22), 101 - 113.

Favale, M., 2015. A Wii too stretched? The ECJ extends to game consoles the protection of DRM- on tough conditions. European Intellectual Property Review, 37 (2), 101 - 106.

Fonseca, J.A.S., 2015. Character Body Expression in 3D Computer Animation: a New Posing Approach. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Frost, S., 2015. Nærlæsningens romantik: Coleridge, Crusoe og den ejendommelige sag om et komma. In: Rix, R.W., ed. Mellum Ånd og Tryksvært: Romantikken i samtidens bogmarked. Copenhagen: Musuem Tusculanum Press [Copenhagen University], 113 - 141.

Frost, S., 2015. Reconsidering the Unknown Public: a puzzle of literary gains. In: Baker, W., ed. Studies in Victorian and Modern Literature: A Tribute to John Sutherland. Lanham, MA, USA: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press & Rowman and Littlefield, 3-16.


Grigore, G., Theofilou, A., Watson, T. and Sthapitanonda, P., 2015. Ethical stakeholder engagement: Exploring the relationship between corporations and NGOs in Thailand, Romania, and the UK. PRism, 12 (2), 1 - 12.

Gee, M., 2015. Rediscovering our humanity: How the posthuman noir anime, Darker Than Black, subverts the tropes of film noir to reaffirm a humanist agenda. Cinema: Journal of philosophy and the moving image, 7, 131 - 148.

Graham, T., Jackson, D. and Wright, S., 2015. From everyday conversation to political action: Talking austerity in online ‘third spaces’. European Journal of Communication, 30 (6), 648 - 665.

Grigore, G., Stancu, A., Theofilou, A. and Acatrinei, C., 2015. The 4th International Conference on Social Responsibility, Ethics, and Sustainable Business. Athens, Greece, October 8 & 9, 2015. Working Paper. ASE.

Gabriel, D., 2015. Challenging the Whiteness of Britishness: Co-creating British Social History in the Blogosphere. Online Journal of Media and Communication Technologies, Sep (Special issue).

Gabriel, D., 2015. Alternative Voices in Alternative Spaces: Counterhegemonic Discourse in the Blogosphere. In: Savigny, H., Thorsen, E., Jackson, D. and Alexander, J., eds. Media, Margins and Civic Agency. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 15-28.

Guo, S., 2015. Biologically-inspired control framework for insect animation. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Goodman, S., 2015. 'A Great Beneficial Disease': Colonial Medicine and Imperial Authority in J.G. Farrell's The Siege of Krishnapur. Journal of Medical Humanities, 36 (2), 141-156.

Gyori, B., 2015. Britain's Got Tories: Yank Scholar on U.K. Lifestyle Politics. In: Jackson, D. and Thorsen, E., eds. UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign: Early reflections from leading UK academics. Bournemouth University: Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, 87.

Gouvatsos, A., Xiao, Z., Marsden, N. and Zhang, J. J., 2015. Posing 3D Models from Drawing. ACM Computers in Entertainment, 15 (2), 2.

Gerodimos, R. and Karyotis, G., 2015. Introduction: Dissecting the Greek Debt Crisis. In: Gerodimos, R. and Karyotis, G., eds. The Politics of Extreme Austerity: Greece in the Eurozone Crisis. Palgrave Macmillan, 1 -12.


Hodges, C. E.M., Scullion, R. and Jackson, D., 2015. From awww to awe factor: UK audience meaning-making of the 2012 Paralympics as mediated spectacle. Journal of Popular Television, 3 (2), 195 - 212 .

Hall, C. M. and Page, S.J., 2015. Following the impact factor: Utilitarianism or academic compliance? Tourism Management, 51, 309-312.


Iwowo, S., 2015. Oloibiri (2015): A Doctoral Research Screenplay. Documentation. Nigeria/U.S.A: The Author.


Jukes, S., 2015. Journalists at risk – looking beyond just physical safety. In: The Future of Journalism - Risks, Threats and Opportunities, 10--11 September 2015, Cardiff University. (Unpublished)

Jiang, M., Zhou, Y., Wang, R., Southern, R. and Zhang, J. J., 2015. Blue Noise Sampling using an SPH-based Method. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 34 (6), 211.

Jones, K., 2015. Recensire un libro come «performance». eLeggo.

Jackson, D. and Thorsen, E., 2015. UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign. In: UK Election Analysis 2015. Poole, England: The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, Bournemouth University, 1 -2.

Jackson, D. and Moloney, K., 2015. Inside Churnalism: PR, journalism and power relationships in flux. Journalism Studies, 38 (6), 613-620.

Jukes, S., 2015. Uneasy Relationships: Journalists, Social Media and the Implication for News. In: Shumow, M., ed. Mediated Communities: Civic Voices, Empowerment and Media Literacy in the Digital Era. New York: Peter Lang, 141-160.

Jones, K., 2015. A report on an arts-led emotive experiment in interviewing and storytelling. The Qualitative Report, 20 (6), 1 -7 .


Knowles, B and Fryazinov, O., 2015. Increasing realism of animated grass in real-time game environments. In: SIGGRAPH'2015, 9-13 August 2015, Los Angeles, USA. (Unpublished)

Kazmi, I. K., You, L., Yang, X., Jin, X and Zhang, J. J., 2015. Efficient sketch-based creation of detailed character models through data-driven mesh deformations. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 26 (3-4), 469 - 481.


Lilleker, D., Koc-Michalska, K. and Jackson, N., 2015. Social media in the UK election campaigns 2008-14: experimentation, innovation and convergence. In: Bruns, A., Enli, G., Larsson, A.O. and Christensen, C., eds. The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics. New York: Routledge, 325 - 337.

Liang, H., Chang, J., Deng, S., Chen, C., Tong, R. and Zhang, J. J., 2015. Exploitation of Novel Multiplayer Gesture-based Interaction and Virtual Puppetry for Digital Storytelling to Develop Children’s Narrative Skills. In: ACM SIGGRAPH VRCAI 2015, 30 October --1 November 2015, Kobe, Japan.

Liang, H., Chang, J., Kazmi, I. K., Zhang, J. J. and Jiao, P., 2015. Puppet Narrator: utilizing motion sensing technology in storytelling for young children. In: VS-Games 2015, 16--18 September 2015, Skövde, Sweden.

Lilleker, D., Stetka, V. and Tenscher, J., 2015. Towards hypermedia campaigning? Perceptions of new media's importance for campaigning by party strategists in comparative perspective. Information, Communication and Society, 18 (7), 747 -765.

Lilleker, D., 2015. Strategic development of political communication and the impacts upon citizen engagement. In: Media, Politics and Democracy, 21--22 May 2015, Rome, Italy. (Unpublished)

Liang, H., Chang, J., Yang, X., You, L., Bian, S. and Zhang, J. J., 2015. Advanced ODE Based Head Modelling for Chinese Marionette Art Preservation. In: CASA2015, 11--13 May 2015, Singapore.

Liu, Y., Yang, X., Cao, Y., Wang, Z., Chen, B., Zhang, J. J. and Zhang, H., 2015. Dehydration of core/shell fruits. Computers and Graphics, 47, 68 - 77 .

Lilleker, D. and Koc-Michalska, K., 2015. Broadcasting to the masses or building communities: Polish political parties’ online performance during 2011 elections in international perspective. In: POLITIQUE - MEDIAS - TIC: utilisations des médias sociaux en politique, 6--8 June 2012, Dijon.

Lowenstein, M., 2015. Sentencing young offenders. In: Roberts, J., ed. Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 251 - 262.


Mills, R., 2015. ‘Stop All the Clocks: Elegy and Uncanny Technology'. Revenant: Critical and Creative Studies of the Supernatural, 1 (1), 35 -57.

Marino, S., 2015. Making Space, Making Place: Digital Togetherness and the Redefinition of Migrant Identities Online. Social Media + Society, 1 (2).

Marino, S., 2015. Transnational identities and digital media: the digitalisation of Italian Diaspora in London. Jomec Journal, 7.

McQueen, D., 2015. Panorama's coverage of 9/11 and the 'War on Terror'. In: Lacey, S. and Paget, D., eds. The 'War on Terror'. Post-9/11 television drama, docudrama and documentary. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 143 - 159.

McQueen, D., 2015. Panorama's coverage of 9/11 and the ‘War on Terror'. In: Paget, D. and Lacey, S., eds. The ‘War on Terror’: Post-9/11 Television Drama, Docudrama and Documentary. University of Wales Press.

McDougall, J. and Readman, M., 2015. Mediaptating the ‘civic imperative’. Discussion Paper. online: Political Studies Association / CSJCC.

Matthews, J., 2015. Framing alleged Islamist plots: a case study of British press coverage since 9/11. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 8 (2), 266-283.

Mendis, D. and Secchi, D. , 2015. A Legal and Empirical Study of 3D Printing Online Platforms and an Analysis of User Behaviour. Project Report. London: Intellectual Property Office.

Mendis, D., Secchi, D. and Reeves, P., 2015. A Legal and Empirical Study into the Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing. Executive summary. Project Report. London: Intellectual Property Office.

McDougall, J., 2015. Open to disruption: education ‘either/and’ media practice. Journal of Media Practice, 16 (1), 1-7.

McDougall, J., Berger, R., Fraser, P. and Zezulkova, M., 2015. Media Literacy, Education & (Civic) Capability: A Transferable Methodology. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 7 (1), 4-17.

Mihailidis, P., Hobbs, R., McDougall, J. and Berger, R., 2015. Building a Global Community for Media Education Research. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 7 (1), 1 -3.

McQueen, D., 2015. CSR and new battle lines in online PR war: a case study of the energy sector and its discontents. In: Adi, A., Grigore, G. and Crowther, D., eds. Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Age. Emerald, 99 - 125.

McDougall, J. and Potter, J., 2015. Curating media learning: Towards a porous expertise. E-Learning and Digital Media, 12 (2), 199-211.

Mosquera, A. and Bachmann, S.-D., 2015. Lawfare and hybrid warfare-how Russia is using the law as a weapon. Amicus Curiae (102), 25 - 28.

Miretski, P.P. and Bachmann, S.-D. , 2015. The Panopticon of International Law: B’Tselem’s Camera Project and the enforcement of International Law in a Transitional Society. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 52 (1), 235-262.


Neag, A., 2015. Media Literacy and the Hungarian National Core Curriculum – A Curate’s Egg. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 7 (1), 35 - 45.


Orr, D.M.R. and Teo, Y., 2015. Carers' responses to shifting identity in dementia in Iris and Away From Her: cultivating stability or embracing change? Medical Humanities, 41 (2), 81 - 85.

Oliver, J. J., 2015. Dynamic Capabilities: exploring industry level capabilities in UK Publishing. In: Negotiating Culture: Integrating Legacy & Digital Cultures in News Media Conference., 28--30 October 2015, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford University.

Oliver, J. J., 2015. Creative Industries: taking a look at labour productivity. Technical Report. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.

Oliver, M., Geniets, A., Winters, N., Rega, I. and Mbae, S.M., 2015. What do community health workers have to say about their work, and how can this inform improved programme design? A case study with CHWs within Kenya. Global Health Action, 8, 1-17.

Oliver, J. J., 2015. Dynamic Capabilities and Adaptive Advantage in UK Media. In: European Media Management Associaiton, 28--29 May 2015, Hamburg, Germany.

Oliver, J. J., 2015. Media Outlook 2015: A Survey of UK Media Trends and Firm Capabilities. Technical Report. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.

Oshima, S. and Streeck, J., 2015. Coordinating talk and practical action: The case of hair salon service assessments. Pragmatics and Society, 6 (4), 538 - 564.


Proctor, W., 2015. The Many Lives of 007: Negotiating Continuity in the James Bond Film Series. In: Hines, C., ed. Fan Phenomena: James Bond. Bristol, UK: Intellect.

Pan, J., Chang, J., Yang, X., Zhang, J. J., Qureshi, T., Howell, R., Hickish, T. F. and Liang, H., 2015. Virtual reality training and assessment in laparoscopic rectum surgery. International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 11 (2), 194-209.


Quest, J., 2015. To explore the tangibility of brand meaning of local food brands. In: Academy of Marketing Conference (AM2015) The Magic in Marketing, 7 - 9 July 2015, Limerick, Ireland.

Quest, J., 2015. To explore the brand meaning of local food brands. In: International Consumer Brand Relationships Conference, 21 - 23 May 2015, Porto, Portugal.


Round, J., 2015. Cain and Abel and DC Comics. In: Illuminations, 04 December 2015, Birkbeck, London. (Unpublished)

Richards, B., 2015. Britain and the US in a world on fire. Project Report. None. (Unpublished)

Round, J., 2015. Revenant Landscapes in The Walking Dead. In: Popular Culture Association, 30 March --3 April 2015, New Orleans, USA.

Round, J., 2015. Misty and Gothic for Girls in British Comics. In: Comics Forum, 12-13 November 2015, Leeds Public Library. (Unpublished)

Round, J., 2015. Apocatastasis: Redefining Tropes of the Apocalypse in Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean's Signal to Noise. International Journal of Comic Art, 15 (2), 453 - 464.

Round, J., 2015. Revenant Landscapes in The Walking Dead. International Journal of Comic Art, 17 (2).

Round, J. and Pope, J., 2015. Children’s responses to heroism in Roald Dahl’s Matilda. Children's Literature in Education, 46 (3), 257-277.

Round, J., 2015. Adaptation and The Walking Dead. In: Sixth International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference / Ninth International Bande Dessinée Society Conference, 22-27 June 2015, ULIP, Paris. (Unpublished)

Reading, A. and Jenkins, R., 2015. Transportation to a world of fantasy: Consumer experiences of fictional brands becoming real. Journal of Promotional Communication, 3 (1), 154-173.

Rutherford, , 2015. Standing behind the leaders. Project Report. Bournemouth University, England: The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community.

Reeves, P. and Mendis, D., 2015. The Current Status and Impact of 3D Printing Within the Industrial Sector: An Analysis of Six Case Studies. Project Report. London: Intellectual Property Office.

Rutherford, , 2015. Improving student engagement in commercial Art & Design programmes. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 34 (1), 89-101.

Rutherford, , 2015. Photography as an act of collaboration. Journal of Media Practice, 16 (1).

Rutherford, , 2015. Submarines. [Show/Exhibition]


Stutterheim, K., 2015. Women in Film and TV productions II: From Darkness.

Scifo, S., 2015. Technology, Empowerment and Community Radio. Revista Mídia e Cotidiano, 7 (7), 84 - 111.

Stutterheim, K., 2015. Women in Film and TV productions. GLAZ.

Sergeant, A., 2015. Making Fantasy Matter: 'The Lord of the Rings' and the Legitimisation of Fantasy Cinema. In: Piatti-Furnell, L., ed. Fan Phenomena: The Lord of the Rings. Intellect.

Smith, L.C. and Thompson, S., 2015. Tuning out or Tuned Out? A Critical Discourse Analysis of Youth Political Participation in Britain. Journal of Promotional Communications, 3 (2), 295 - 301 .

Scifo, S. and Salman, Y., 2015. Citizens’ involvement in emergency preparedness and response: a comparative analysis of media strategies and online presence in Turkey, Italy and Germany. Interactions: studies in communication and culture, 6 (2), 179 - 198.

Seddon, A., 2015. Higher-level relationships in Dhomont's Novars. Musimédiane, 8.

Scifo, S., 2015. Editorial. Interactions: studies in communication and culture, 6 (1), 3 - 7.

Starkey, G., 2015. Cultural policy in the coalition years: laissez-faire regulation, the public spending squeeze and the drive to digital. Cultural Trends, 24 (1), 80 - 84.

Sanchez, M., Fryazinov, O., Fayolle, P-A. and Pasko, A., 2015. Convolution filtering of continuous signed distance fields for polygonal meshes. Computer Graphics Forum, 34 (6), 277 - 288.

Stutterheim, K., 2015. Postmodern gestaltete Serie: GAME OF THRONES.

Sudbury, S., 2015. Village Tales: an exploration of he potential of participatory documentary filmmaking in rural India. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University .


Thorsen, E. and Jackson, D., 2015. Response to the BBC Charter Review DCMS Green Paper Public Consultation. Working Paper. Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Thorsen, E., Jackson, D. and Luce, A., 2015. 'I Wouldn't Be A Victim When It Comes To Being Heard': Citizen Journalism And Civic Inclusion. In: Thorsen, E., Jackson, D., Savigny, H. and Alexander, J., eds. Media, Margins and Civic Agency. Palgrave Macmillan, 43-61.

Tang, Z., Xiao, J., Feng, Y. and Xiao, Z., 2015. Sketch-based Human Motion Retrieval via 2D Geometric Posture Descriptor. Signal Processing, 113, 1-8.

Troisi, A., Chiaramonte, A. and Ng, J. P-S., 2015. A digital art web installation as augmentation of a theatrical play. In: Living Lab Music 5 + di_stanze, 17-18 December 2014, Padua, Italy, 3-11.

Thompson, S. and Scullion, R., 2015. Introduction to the Special Issue on Voice and Representation of Marginal Groups. Journal of Promotional Communications, 3 (2), 258 - 260 .

Troisi, A., White, N. and Smith, R., 2015. Tuning the Hyperdrone. Instrument.Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge: The authors.

Troisi, A., 2015. Keen-skin, an installation based on haptic sensation and neurological data. The author.


Van Raalte, C., 2015. Book Review: Duncan Petrie and Rod Stoneman, Educating Film-Makers: Past, Present and Future. Film Studies, 13 (1), 117 - 118.

Van Raalte, C., 2015. No Small-talk in Paradise: why Elysium fails the Bechdel Test and why we should care. In: Thorsen, E., Savigny, H., Alexander, J. and Jackson, D., eds. Media, Margins and Popular Culture. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 15-27.

Vannini, S., Rega, I., Sala, I. and Cantoni, L., 2015. Using photo-elicitation to explore social representations of community multimedia centers in Mozambique. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 67, 1-23.


Wale, J., 2015. Don't forget the legal framework: the public provision of non-invasive prenatal testing in England & Wales. Medical Law International, 15 (4), 203-215.

White, N., Troisi, A. and Smith, R., 2015. Tuning the Hyperdrone. Instrument.Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Arts, London: The authors.

White, N., Troisi, A. and Smith, R., 2015. Tuning the Hyperdrone. Instrument.Objectif Exhibitions | Kleine Markt 7-9/26, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium: The authors.

Watt, E., 2015. Proposed US and UK Laws Will Entrench Surveillance Powers Across the Atlantic. The Conversation (11 November).

Watkins, R.D., Denegri-Knott, J. and Molesworth, M., 2015. The relationship between ownership and possession: observations from the context of digital virtual goods. Journal of Marketing Management, 32 (1-2), 44 - 70.

Watson, T., 2015. "Crisis, Credibility and Corporate History". Book review. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 20 (4), 518-520.

Watson, T., 2015. Time Marches on, and So Does the History of Public Relations. Journal of Public Relations Research, 27 (3), 193-195.

Weidhase, N., 2015. Ageing Grace/Fully: Grace Jones and the Queering of the Diva Myth. In: Women, Celebrity and Cultures of Ageing: Freeze Frame. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 97 - 111.

Watson, T., 2015. Introduction to Perspectives on Public Relations Historiography and Historical Theorization. In: Watson, T., ed. Perspectives on Public Relations Historiography and Historical Theorization. Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 1 -3 .

Watson, T., 2015. What in the world is Public Relations? In: Watson, T., ed. Perspectives on Public Relations Historiography and Historical Theorization. Palgrave Macmillan.

Watson, T. and Sthapitanonda, P., 2015. ‘Pid Thong Lang Phra’ - The impact of culture upon Thai CSR concepts and practice: a study of relationships between NGOs and corporations. Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, 16 (1), 61-72.

Watson, T., 2015. Introduction to Western European Perspectives on the Development of Public Relations: Other Voices. In: Watson, T., ed. Western European Perspectives on the Development of Public Relations: Other Voices. Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 1 -3 .

Watson, T., 2015. PR's early response to the "information superhighway": The IPRA narrative. Communication & Society, 28 (1), 1-12.

Wale, J., 2015. Commentary: Greater Glasgow Health Board v Doogan & Another [2014] UKSC 68. UK Health Care Law.

Weidhase, N., 2015. ‘Beyoncé feminism’ and the contestation of the black feminist body. Celebrity Studies, 6 (1), 128 - 131.

Woodfall, A., 2015. Children's cross-platform media preferences: a sense of kindness and a want for learning? Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Wei, L., 2015. Questions of translation and dilution: the CJEU rules on similarity between GOLDEN BALLS and BALLON D’OR. European Intellectual Property Review, 37 (4), 251 - 255.


Xiao, J., Feng, Y., Ji, M., Yang, X., Zhang, J. J. and Zhuang, Y., 2015. Sparse motion bases selection for human motion denoising. Signal Processing, 110, 108- 122.


Zia, R., 2015. The Brick Wall Project. In: 7th Annual Postgraduate Conference, 20-21 January 2015, Bournemouth University, UK.

Zhu, X., Jin, X. and You, L., 2015. High-quality tree structures modelling using local convolution surface approximation. Visual Computer, 31 (1), 69 - 82 .

Zia, R., 2015. Landscape Photography exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]

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