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Al-Zoubi, Z., 2022. Al-Jazeera's role in the Syrian uprising: A study of Al-Jazeera's coverage of the Syrian uprising, its impact on Syrian audience perception, and the factors motivating content selection. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Allen, S., Bickle, E. and Mayer, M., 2022. Academic Integrity: Explore, Examine, Enthuse, Educate and Expand. In: FLIE Fusion Learning Colloquium 2022, 30 June 2022, Poole, UK.

Attard, I., 2022. Achieving Valuable Education for All: An Exploration of Curricular Challenges in Reforming Malta’s Secondary Education. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Faculty of Media and Communication.


Baker, J., Mendes, K. and Terkanian, K., 2022. Labour, media and technology: editors' introduction. Women's History Review, 31 (4), 533-541.

Baker, T., 2022. The EU’s Impact on Identity Formation in East-Central Europe Between 2004 and 2013. Perceptions of the Nation and Europe in Political Parties of the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia. Europe-Asia Studies, 74 (5), 877-879.

Baker, T., 2022. The psychosocial relationship between national identity and political sentiment in England: 2016-2020. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Bene, M., Magin, M., Jackson, D., Lilleker, D., Balaban, D., Baranowski, P., Haßler, J., Kruschinski, S. and Russmann, U., 2022. The Polyphonic Sounds of Europe: Users’ Engagement With Parties’ European‐Focused Facebook Posts. Politics and Governance, 10 (1), 108-120.

Baoill, A. and Scifo, S., 2022. Fragility and Empowerment: Community Television in the Digital Era. International Journal of Communication, 16, 566 - 584.


Cownie, F., Haft, J., Vu, V., Natalia, N. and Chaiveeradech, M., 2022. Gratitude stimulates word-of-mouth more than words of thanks. Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice. (In Press)

Cownie, F., 2022. Pursuing Climate Action: combining academic and professional forces. In: AdvancedHE Sustainability Symposium 2022, 29-30 March 2022, Online.

Cronin, A. and Harding, C., 2022. Regulation in theory: challenging the underlying assumptions. In: Harding, C. and Cronin, A., eds. Bad Business Practice: Criminal Law, Regulation and the Reconfiguration of the Business Model. Cheltenham, Glos, UK: Edward Elgar, 206-245.

Cronin, A., 2022. Response to the Law Commission Consultation on Corporate Crime. Discussion Paper. Law Commission of England and Wales. (In Press)

Chaiveeradech, M., 2022. Bridging digital media literacy with the Thai context of ‘Sati’ (mindfulness). Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Charles, M. and Fowler-Watt, K., 2022. The Tree of Love: Life writing and ‘seasons of self’ by former child soldiers in Colombia. Life Writing, 19 (3), 373-393.


Denegri-Knott, J., Jenkins, R. and Molesworth, M., 2022. Transformations in digital virtual consumption. In: Belk, R. and Llamas, R., eds. The Routledge Handbook of Digital Consumption. Routledge. (In Press)

Dix, H., 2022. The Structure of Complex Words. American Literary History, ajac121.

Ding, Z., 2022. Automatic 3D Neuron Tracing from Optical Microscopy Images. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Duncan, S. and Luce, A., 2022. Using the Responsible Suicide Reporting Model to increase adherence to global media reporting guidelines. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 23 (5), 1132 - 1148.

Dong, S., Tang, Z., Wu, M. and Zhang, J. J., 2022. Stochastic dynamic simulation of railway vehicles collision using data-driven modelling approach. Railway Engineering Science. (In Press)

Dolea, E.-A., 2022. Transnational diaspora diplomacy, emotions and COVID-19: The Romanian Diaspora in the UK. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 18, 12-14.

Dix, H., 2022. Autofiction, Post-conflict Narratives, and New Memory Cultures. In: Effe, A. and Lawlor, H., eds. The Autofictional: Approaches, Affordances, Forms. Palgrave Macmillan, 185 - 203.

Dix, H., 2022. Unfulfilled Vocations in Contemporary American Fiction. Textual Practice, 36 (1), 40-57.

Davis, H. and Klinkner, M. J., 2022. Investigating across borders: the right to truth in a European context. The International Journal of Human Rights, 26 (4), 683-700.


Evans, R., Jackson, D. and Murphy, J., 2022. Google News and machine gatekeepers: algorithmic personalisation and news diversity in online news search. Digital Journalism. (In Press)


Fang, J, Chaudhry, E, Iglesias, A, Macey, J, You, L and Zhang, J, 2022. Reconstructing Dynamic 3D Models with Small Data by Integrating Position-Based Dynamics and PDE-Based Modelling. Mathematics, 10 (5), 821.

Farkas, X., Jackson, D., Baranowski, P., Bene, M., Russmann, U. and Veneti, A., 2022. Strikingly similar: Comparing visual political communication of populist and non-populist parties across 28 countries. European Journal of Communication. (In Press)

Fu, H., Bian, S., Li, O., Macey, J., Iglesias, A., Chaudhry, E., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2022. 3D Modelling with C2 Continuous PDE Surface Patches. Mathematics, 10 (3), 319.


Gerodimos, R., 2022. Humiliation, Shame and Violence: Honor, Trauma and Political Extremism Before and After the 2009 Crisis in Greece. International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 31 (1), 34-45.

Glynos, J., Roussos, K., Voutyras, S. and Warren, R., 2022. Paradoxes in the Management of Timebanks in the UK’s Voluntary Sector: Discursive Bricolage and its Limits. Voluntas. (In Press)

Glynos, J., Roussos, K., Voutyras, S. and Warren, R., 2022. Paradoxes in the Management of Timebanks in the UK’s Voluntary Sector: Discursive Bricolage and its Limits. Voluntas. (In Press)


Hilty, R., D. Batista, P. H. and Carls, S., 2022. Traditional Knowledge, Databases and Prior Art – Options for an Effective Defensive Use of TK Against Undue Patent Granting. In: Stamatoudi, I., ed. Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 132-153. (In Press)

Helmers, M. and Van Raalte, C., 2022. The Rush of the Ride: affecting perception through acousmatic sound design in Bodyguard. In: Cardwell, S., Bignell, J. and Donaldson, L.F., eds. Sound / image: Moments in television. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Hilty, R., Carls, S. and Kim, D., 2022. Patent rights in pandemic times. In: Highlights 2021 from the Yearbook of the Max Planck Society. Max Planck Society, 26-27.


Johnstone, P., 2022. Independent Local Radio Drama: A Cultural, Historical And Regulatory Examination Of British Commercial Radio Drama. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.


Kear, A. and Talbot, S., 2022. A Comparison between Online and Offline Health Seeking Information using Social Networks for Patients with Chronic Health Conditions. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 13 (1), 688 - 699.


Lewis, J., 2022. Mediating the Past: BBC Radio Archaeology Broadcasting, 1922-1966. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Lyu, Y., 2022. Integrating Peridynamics to Material Point Method for Modelling Solids and Fracture Dynamics in High Velocity Impact. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Lilleker, D. and Moufahim, M., 2022. The Ethical Challenges at the Heart of Political Branding. In: Moufahim, M., ed. Political Branding in Turbulent times. Springer, 141-152.

Lilleker, D. and Thompson, S., 2022. Protecting the citizen: Political journalists as gatekeepers in the digital age. In: Morrison, J., Birks, J. and Berry, M., eds. Routledge Companion to Political Journalism. London: Routledge, 293 - 301.

Lilleker, D. G. and Ozgul, B.A., 2022. Understanding the psychology of contemporary democracies. In: Lilleker, D. G. and Ozgul, B.A., eds. Psychology of democracy. Routledge, 95 - 107.


Matthews, J. and Thorsen, E., 2022. Theorising Disaster Communities: Global Dimensions and their Local Contexts. Journal of International Communication. (In Press)

Miu, V., 2022. Computer Vision with Machine Learning on Smartphones for Beauty Applications. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Murphy, K., 2022. 'In on the ground floor': Women and the early BBC television service, 1932-1939. Critical Studies in Television. (In Press)

Marinissen, A., 2022. The composition of concert music within the Digital Audio Workstation environment. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Maezumi, S.Y., Elliott, S., Robinson, M., Betancourt, C. J., de Souza, J. G., Alves, D., Grosvenor, M., Hilbert, L., Urrego, D. H., Gosling, W. D. and Iriarte, J., 2022. Legacies of Indigenous land use and cultural burning in the Bolivian Amazon rainforest ecotone. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 377 (1849), 20200499.

Mathee, J.M., 2022. Towards a pedagogy that promotes the values of craftsmanship in a photography practice programme. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

McDougall, J., Bennett, P. and Potter, J., 2022. Uncertain springs of activism: Walking with Hoggart. In: Lee, C., Bailey, C., Burnett, C. and Rowsell, J., eds. Unsettling Literacies: Directions for literacy research in precarious times. Singapore: Springer Nature, 181-194.

Murphy, K., 2022. Book Review: Gender and Early Television. Mapping Women's Role in Emerging US and British Media, 1850-1950. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies, 17 (1), 98-100.

Murphy, K., 2022. Book review: Movie workers: the women who made British cinema. Women's History Review, 31 (3), 531-532.


Olesen, G., 2022. 'State of distrust: Interpreting 1970s Italy through the seriality of news media and the poliziottesco' in Managing social, historical and ideological change in Italian cinema and media: Three new dissertations. Journal of Italian Media and Cinema Studies, 10 (1), 161 - 166.


Patsiaouras, G., Veneti, A. and Green, W., 2022. The Hong Kong Umbrella Movement as a non-profit organization: An empirical study on the use of visual branding practices for social change. Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing, 27 (2), e1717.

Pullen, E., Jackson, D. and Silk, M., 2022. Paralympic broadcasting and social change: An integrated mixed method approach to understanding the Paralympic audience in the UK. Television and New Media, 23 (4), 368-388.

Porffy, L.A., Mehta, M.A., Patchitt, J., Boussebaa, C., Brett, J., D'Oliveira, T., Mouchlianitis, E. and Shergill, S.S., 2022. A Novel Virtual Reality Assessment of Functional Cognition: Validation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 24 (1), e27641.

Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2022. Does practice learning make better practitioners? The need for research into practice learning in social work education in the UK. In: Gómez-Jiménez, M-L, ed. El Estatuto del Prácticum Externo: Aspectos Jurídico-sociales de derecho comparado. Barcelona: Aranzadi, Thomson Reuters.


Redford, A. and Anderson, E. F., 2022. Digital Matte Painting - An Effective Undergraduate Assignment. In: Eurographics 2022, 25 April- 29 April 2022, Reims, France, 17-20.

Rutherford, and Cownie, F., 2022. Teaching Advertising for the Public Good. Journal of Promotional Communications, 9 (1), 37-50.


Stones, H., 2022. A sufficient connection to Great Britain for maritime employees: Horgan v Chevron Transport Corporation Ltd [2022] UKET 4109707/2021. Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law, 22 (5), 6-8.

Stones, H., 2022. The price of breaking the law: the saga of the P&O Ferries Redundancies. Lloyd's Shipping and Trade Law, 22 (4), 1-3.

Schwandner-Sievers, S. and Klinkner, M. J., 2022. Divergent meaning of transitional justice principles: A Kosovo case study of social memory and incomplete transitional justice in the context of missing persons. In: Rauschenbach, M., Viebach, J. and Parmentier, S., eds. Localising Memory in Transitional Justice The Dynamics and Informal Practices of Memorialisation after Mass Violence and Dictatorship. Routledge.

Stones, H., 2022. Written evidence submitted by Dr Hannah Stones (MAR0003). Documentation. UK Parliament.

Southern, R., 2022. A comparison of LED panels for use in Virtual Production: Findings and recommendations. Technical Report. The Author. (Unpublished)

Stockton-Brown, M., 2022. Out-of-Commerce How the Existing Copyright Practices in Film Archives Impact on Widening Public Access to Cultural Heritage. Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Law, 13 (1), 5513.

Sun, J., Wang, Z., Yui, H., Zhang, S., Dong, J. and Gao, P., 2022. Two-stage deep regression enhanced depth estimation from a single RGB image. IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, 10 (2), 719-727.

Seyed Esfahani, M., Heydari Khajehpour, S., Roushan, G. and Howell, R., 2022. A framework for successful adoption of surgical innovation. Surgical Innovation. (In Press)

Stones, H., 2022. Limitation of liability: what is an operator? Splitt Chartering APS and Others v Saga Shipholding Norway AS and Others (The “Stema Barge II) [2021] EWCA Civ 1880; [2022] 1 Lloyd's Rep 170. Lloyd's Shipping and Trade Law, 22 (1), 9-11.

Sreedharan, C., Thorsen, E., Rani, P. and Krishnapriya, T. K., 2022. Pandemic News Patterns in Kerala: The First Six Months. Project Report. Manipal: Media Research Centre, Manipal Institute of Communication and the Centre for the Study of Conflict, Emotion and Social Justice.

Skains, R. L., Rudd, J.A., Horry, R. and Ross, H., 2022. Playing for Change: Teens’ attitudes towards climate change action as expressed through interactive digital narrative play. Frontiers in Communication, 6, 789824.

Saul, M.A., He, X., Black, S. and Charles, F., 2022. A two-person neuroscience approach for social anxiety: A paradigm for interbrain synchrony and neurofeedback. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 568921.

Saul, M. and Rostami, S., 2022. Assessing performance of artificial neural networks and re-sampling techniques for healthcare datasets. Health Informatics Journal, 28 (1). (In Press)

Sun, J., Hui, Y., Guoqiang, Z., Junyu, D., Shu, Z. and Hongchuan, Y., 2022. Random Shapley Forests: Cooperative Game Based Random Forests with Consistency. IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, 52 (1), 205-214.

Saptorini, E., Zhao, X. and Jackson, D., 2022. Place, power and the pandemic: The disrupted material settings of television news making during COVID-19 in an Indonesian broadcaster. Journalism Studies, 23 (5-6), 611-628.


Terkanian, K., 2022. From women operators to technical assistants: women in the BBC’s wartime engineering division. Women's History Review, 31 (4), 580-602.

Teo, Y., 2022. Monuments, unreal spaces and national forgetting: Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant and the abyss of memory. Textual Practice. (In Press)

Tatum, A., 2022. A Psycho-Political Study of Women’s Responses to Women Political Leaders in the United Kingdom. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Tranova, K.L. and Veneti, A., 2022. The Use of Podcasting in Political Marketing: The Case of the Czech Republic. Journal of Political Marketing.


Voutyras, S., 2022. Routledge Handbook of Psychoanalytic Political Theory. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society.

Van Den Boom, F., 2022. Driven by digital innovations: Regulating connected car data access and use, for Telematics Insurance in Europe. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Van Raalte, C. and Helmers, M., 2022. Being Frank? Breaking the ’fourth wall’ in Netflix’s House of Cards. In: Cardwell, S., Bignell, J. and Donaldson, L.F., eds. Complexity / simplicity: Moments in television. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Veneti, A., 2022. Book review: The Political Portrait: Leadership, Image and Power. Visual Communication. (In Press)

Veneti, A. and Lilleker, D., 2022. Proposing a Three-Dimensional Normative Model for Political Communication. In: Palau-Sampio, D., López García, G. and Iannelli, L., eds. Contemporary Politics, Communication, and the Impact on Democracy. IGI GLOBAL, 1 - 18.

Veneti, A., Reilly, P. and Lilleker, D., 2022. The importance of space in photojournalist accounts of the anti-austerity protests in Greece. In: Morrison, J., Birks, J. and Berry, M., eds. Routledge Companion to Political Journalism. UK: Routledge.


Wang, S., Xia, Y., You, L. and Zhang, J., 2022. PDE-based surface reconstruction in automotive styling design. Multimedia Tools and Applications.

Witchel, H. J., Jones, C. I., Thompson, G. A., Westling, C. E. I., Romero, J., Nicotra, A., Maag, B. and Critchley, H. D., 2022. Spelling Errors in Brief Computer-Mediated Texts Implicitly Lead to Linearly Additive Penalties in Trustworthiness. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 873844.

Wignall, L., McCormack, M., Cook, T. and Jaspal, R., 2022. Findings From a Community Survey of Individuals Who Engage in Pup Play. Archives of Sexual Behavior: an interdisciplinary research journal. (In Press)

Wang, S., Xia, Y., You, L., Ugail, H., Carriazo, A., Iglesias, A. and Zhang, J., 2022. Interactive PDE patch-based surface modeling from vertex-frames. Engineering with Computers. (In Press)


Zhang, J., Nie, Y., Chang, J. and Zhang, J. J., 2022. SIG-Former: monocular surgical instruction generation with transformers. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery. (In Press)

Zhang, M., 2022. Slash Fan Fiction in China: Negotiating Gender and Sexuality in Chinese Female Fan Communities and Their Fan Texts. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Zhao, X., Jackson, D. and Nguyen, A., 2022. The psychological empowerment potential of solutions journalism: Perspectives from pandemic news users in the UK. Journalism Studies, 23 (3), 356-373.

Zhu, Z., Iglesias, A., Zhou, L., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2022. PDE-Based 3D Surface Reconstruction from Multi-View 2D Images. Mathematics, 10 (4), 542.

Zhou, Y., 2022. Research on 3D reconstruction based on 2D face images. Masters Thesis (Masters). Bournemouth University.

Zhao, X., Guan, M. and Liang, X., 2022. The Impact of Social Media Use on Online Collective Action During China’s COVID-19 Pandemic Mitigation: A Social Identity Model of Collective Action (SIMCA) Perspective. International Journal of Communication, 16, 85-106.

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