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Article

Scullion, R., Jackson, D. and Molesworth, M., 2013. Performance, Politics and Media: How the 2010 British General Election leadership debates generated ‘talk’ amongst the electorate. Journal of Political Marketing, 12 (2-3), pp. 226-243.

Nordberg, D., 2012. Return of the State? The G20, the Financial Crisis and Power in the World Economy. Review of Political Economy, 24 (2), 289 - 302 .

MacGregor, P., Fortunati, L., Sarrica, M., O'Sullivan, J., Salaverria, R., Balcytiene, A., Roussou, N. and Nuust, V., 2011. A Cross-regional Comparison of Selected European Newspaper journalists and their Evolving Attitudes and Beliefs about the Internet - including a single-country focus on the UK. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12 (5), pp. 627-646.

McQueen, D., 2011. A very conscientious brand: A case study of the BBC's current affairs series Panorama. Journal of Brand Management, pp. 1-11.

MacGregor, P., 2011. Blame and the Messengers: Journalism as a Puritan Prism for Cultural Policies in Britain. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15 (2), pp. 231-244.

Lilleker, D. and Jackson, N., 2011. Microblogging, constituency service and impression management – UK MPs and the use of Twitter. Journal of Legislative Studies, 17 (1), pp. 86-105.

Wasti, S. P., Randall, J., Simkhada, P. and van Teijlingen, E., 2011. In what way do Nepalese cultural factors affect adherence to antiretroviral treatment in Nepal? Health Science Journal, 5 (1), pp. 37-47.

Lynch, P., Germann Molz, J., McIntosh, A., Lugosi, P. and Lashley, C., 2011. Theorising hospitality. Hospitality & Society, 1 (1), pp. 3-24.

Allan, S., 2011. Introduction: Science Journalism in a Digital Age. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12 (7), pp. 771-777.

Johnson, A.J. and Miles, C., 2011. Order Effects of Ballot Position without Information-Induced Confirmatory Bias. British Politics, 6, 479 - 490 .

Jackson, D., 2011. Strategic Media, Cynical Public? Examining the Contingent Effects of Strategic News Frames on Political Cynicism in the UK. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 16 (1), pp. 75-101.

Jackson, D., 2011. Strategic news frames and public policy debates: Press and television news coverage of the euro in the UK. Communications, 36 (2), pp. 169-194.

Devkota, B. and van Teijlingen, E., 2010. Understanding effects of armed conflict on health outcomes: the case of Nepal. Conflict and Health, 4 (20).

Lowenstein, M., 2010. An irrelevant media when sentencing? – Comparing the perceptions of English and Danish lower Court judges when sentencing theft offenders. In-Spire: Journal of law, politics and societies, 5 (2), 35 - 48 .

Lilleker, D., Pack, M. and Jackson, N., 2010. Political Parties and Web 2.0: The Liberal Democrat Perspective. Politics, 30 (2), pp. 105-112.

Simkhada, P. and van Teijlingen, E., 2010. Doctors needed. The Kathmandu Post, 18 (45).

Grant-Braham, B, 2010. The Economic Impact of Tourism - motorsport's politically acceptable pot of gold! Circuits 2010, 1 (1), pp. 190-191.

van Teijlingen, E., 2010. Ironic Recruitment Advert? British Medical Journal (Rapid Response), 340.

Acharya, D. R., Bhattaria, R., Poobalan, A. S., van Teijlingen, E. and Chapman, G. N., 2010. Factors associated with teenage pregnancy in South Asia: a systematic review. Health Science Journal, 4 (1), pp. 3-14.

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.

Allan, S., 2010. Journalism and the Culture of Othering. Brazilian Journalism Review, 6 (2), pp. 26-40.

Kretschmer, M., 2009. Powers to disconnect internet users should not be lightly delegated. (Letter). Financial Times, 2 Dec.

Wasti, S. P., Simkhada, P. and van Teijlingen, E., 2009. Antiretroviral treatment programmes in Nepal: Problems and barriers. Kathmandu University Medical Journal, 7 (3), pp. 306-314.

Simkhada, P., van Teijlingen, E., Kadel, S., Stephens, J., Sharma, S. and Sharma, M., 2009. Reliability of National Data Sets: Evidence from a detailed Small Area Study in Rural Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Asian Journal of Epidemiology, 2 (2), pp. 44-48.

MacGregor, P., 2009. Journalism, public imagination and cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15 (2), pp. 231-244.

Grant-Braham, B., 2008. Middle Eastern hoteliers spend the most on information technology. Hospitality in Focus.

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

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.

Richards, B. and Lilleker, D., 2006. Political soap opera: ideal for the consumer-citizen. Bulletin of Public and Corporate Communication, 3, pp. 3-4.

Choudhury, C.R. and Dey, A., 2006. Is it necessary to stop HIV infected mothers breastfeeding? We need a clear-cut decision. WHO Bulletin.

Jackson, N. and Lilleker, D., 2004. Just public relations or an attempt at interaction? British MPs in the press, on the web and ‘In Your Face’. European Journal of Communication, 19 (4), pp. 507-533.

Lilleker, D. and Negrine, R., 2003. Not big brand names but corner shops: marketing politics to a disengaged electorate. Journal of Political Marketing, 2 (1), pp. 55-75.

Grief, N., 2002. Non-discrimination under the European Convention on Human Rights: a critique of the UK Government's refusal to sign and ratify Protocol 12. European Law Review, 27, pp. 3-18.

McQueen, D., 1999. Free press? You must be joking: how the British press is suppressed. Spectacle, 2 (2), pp. 47-62.

Book Section

Lilleker, D. and Vedel, T., 2013. Chapter 19. The Internet in Campaigns and Elections. In: Dutton, W., ed. Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 401-420.

Jackson, D., 2013. Time to get serious? Process news and British politics. In: Broersma, M. and Peters, C., eds. Retelling Journalism: Conveying Stories in a Digital Age. Leuven, Belgium: Peeters. (In Press)

Dix, H., 2011. Raymond Williams Since 2000. In: Woodhams, S., ed. Raymond Williams - Celtic radicals. Conway, Wales: Ashley Drake. (Submitted)

Monograph

Chatiratchart, W., 2007. Attitudes towards political leaders amongst young Thai people (Generation Y) and their influence on electoral choices. Discussion Paper. Unpublished. (Unpublished)

Moloney, K., 2006. An archive of media references to the Cameron personal narrative and his repositioning of the Conservative party in his first 100 days as Conservative Party leader. Documentation. Poole: Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)

Richards, B., 2005. Are terrorists on another planet? Discussion Paper. Poole: Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)

Richards, B., 2005. Leaders, authority, parties: the situation after 5.5.05. Other. Poole, England: Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)

Richards, B., 2003. Rottweilers savage democracy. Other. Poole, England: Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)

Howell, K.E., 1998. Neo-Functionalism Reassessed: Suggesting a Synthesis of European Integration Theory. Working Paper. Poole, UK: Bournemouth University School of Finance and Law.

Conference or Workshop Item

Lilleker, D., Jackson, N. and Schweitzer, E., 2010. Towards a non-hierarchical campaign? Testing for interactivity as a tool of election campaigning in France, the US, Germany and the UK. In: IAMCR Conference 2010: Communication and Citizenship, 18-22 July 2010, Braga, Portugal. (Unpublished)

Lilleker, D. and Jackson, N., 2010. Interactivity and Branding, public political communication as a marketing tool. In: Political Studies Association (PSA) Conference: Sixty Years of Political Studies: Achievements and Futures, 29 March-1April 2010, Edinburgh University, Scotland. (In Press)

McQueen, D., 2010. 'Panorama's coverage of 9-11 and the war on terror'’. In: Political Studies Association (PSA) Conference: ixty Years of Political Studies: Achievements and Futures, 29 March-1April 2010, Edinburgh University, Scotland.

Lilleker, D., Jackson, N. and Schweitzer, E., 2010. Towards a more participatory style of election campaigning: identifying the comparative use of Web 2.0 by parties and candidates in elections 2007-2010. In: ECREA 2010: Third European Communication Conference, 12-15 October 2010, Hamburg, Germany. (Unpublished)

McQueen, D., 2010. Panorama and the Thatcher Interviews. In: ‘No Such’ Symposium, 29 January 2010, Bournemouth University, England.

Wray, E. and Stoller, T., 2010. 1984 and all that: the impact of political change on UK Independent Radio. In: MeCCSA conference 2010, 6-8 January 2010, London School of Economics, England.

Wray, E., 2010. British Commercial Radio in the 1980s: Responding to the AIDS crisis. In: 'There's No Such Thing as Society' A Symposium, 29 January 2010, Talbot Campus, Bournemouth University, England.

Lilleker, D. and Jackson, N., 2009. Interacting, Representing or Just Informing: Web 2.0 and UK MP? In: 5th ECPR General Conference, 10-12 September 2009, Potsdam, Germany. (Unpublished)

Choudhury, C.R., 2006. Direction & Dilemma of Tropical Oral Health: a position paper. In: The 2nd International Working Group Meeting of Tropical Oral Health, 1-2 September 2006, Okayama University, Japan, pp. 15-19.

Richards, B., 2006. Emotional governance. In: Governance and Communication, March 2006, Bournemouth. (Unpublished)

Lilleker, D., 2006. Local politics for local people: why communicating at the local level can reconnect the public with government. In: This is an abstract of a paper delivered at the Good Governance and Communication Conference, March 2006, Bournemouth University, England. (Unpublished)

Moloney, K., 2004. Is political marketing new words or new practice in UK politics? In: The Political Studies Association Conference, 6-8 April, 2004, University of Lincoln, pp. 1-11.

Apostolakis, C., 2001. Strategic Partnerships at Local Level: Just Rhetoric or a Way Forward? In: The Fourth Annual CANE Conference , 17 November 2001 , University of Sheffield, England. (Unpublished)

Book

Dwyer , L., Gill, A. and Seetaram, N., eds., 2012. Handbook of Research Methods in Tourism: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches. Cheltenham, Glos, England: Edward Elgar.

Dix, H., 2008. After Raymond Williams: Cultural Materialism and the Break-Up of Britain. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Thesis

Gerodimos, R., 2010. New media, new citizens: the terms and conditions of online youth civic engagement. Doctorate Thesis (Doctorate). Bournemouth University.

Thorsen, E., 2009. News, Citizenship and the Internet: BBC News Online's Reporting of the 2005 UK General Election. Doctorate Thesis (Doctorate). Bournemouth University.

Jackson, N., 2008. Online political communication: the impact of the internet on MPs 1994-2005. Doctorate Thesis (Doctorate). Bournemouth University.

Moloney, K., 1994. Commercial lobbying: a thesis on the "for hire" aspects of lobbying. Doctorate Thesis (Doctorate). Bournemouth University.

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