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Aguilera Canon, M. C., 2021. Machine learning and interactive real-time simulation for training on relevant total hip replacement skills. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Alberda, A., 2021. Graphic medicine exhibited: public engagement with comics in curatorial practice and visitor experience since 2010. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Almoualed, A. M., 2021. Saudi women journalists: an ethnographic study exploring their roles and practices in an age of national transformation. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

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Barker, B., 2021. Advertising media strategy and planning: exploration of the strategy making approaches undertaken in the digital environment. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Braunsdorf, D.H., 2021. Composing with flexible phrases: the impact of a newly designed digital musical instrument upon composing Western popular music for commercials and movie trailers. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Barbieri, S., 2021. Generation of 3D characters from existing cartoons and a unified pipeline for animation and video games. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Bruno, A., Moore, M., Zhang, J., Lancette, S., Ward, V.P. and Chang, J., 2021. Toward a head movement-based system for multilayer digital content exploration. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 32 (2), e1980.

Brownsword, R., 2021. Migrants, State Responsibilities, and Human Dignity. Ratio Juris, 34 (1), 6-28.

Bruno, A., Lancette, S., Zhang, J., Moore, M., Ward, V.P. and Chang, J., 2021. A Saliency-Based Technique for Advertisement Layout Optimisation to Predict Customers’ Behaviour. In: Deep Retail 2020: ICPR 2020 International Workshops and Challenges, 12-15 January 2021, (held virtually due to covid-19 restrictions), 495 - 507.

Bradley, P., 2021. Camping it up with EMI: The politics of the intersection of British film production with the notion of camp. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 18 (1), 77-95.

Brownsword, R. and Wale, J., 2021. In ordinary times, in extraordinary times: Consent, newborn screening, genetics and pandemics. BioLaw Journal, 15 (Special Issue 1), 129 - 153.

Brownsword, R. and Somsen, H., 2021. Law, innovation and technology: fast forward to 2021. Law, Innovation and Technology, 13 (1), 1 - 28.

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Crossley, L. and Fisher, A., 2021. Geriaction Cinema: Introduction. Journal of Popular Film and Television. (In Press)

Cornall, A. and Zia, R., 2021. Integrating Abstract Expressionism with 3D lighting within the Light-in-Space Movement. In: ACM SIGGRAPH 2021, 9 August- 13 August 2021, online.

Carr, M. and Kelan, E., 2021. Abundance and Scarcity: Conceptualising Competition under Neoliberal Feminism. In: Gender, Work & Organisation 2021, 30 June - 02 July 2021, Virtual Conference.

Chambers, A.C. and Skains, R.L., 2021. Smart Schools: AI Technology and Education Futures as Imagined on Screen. Viewfinder (117).

Cheng, L., He, Y., Gong, M., He, X., Ning, Z., Yu, H. and Jiao, Z., 2021. MOF-derived synthesis of Co<inf>3</inf>O<inf>4</inf> nanospheres with rich oxygen vacancies for long-term stable and highly selective n-butanol sensing performance. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 857 (March), 158205.

Cai, R., Lin, Y., Li, H., Zhu, Y., Tang, X., Weng, Y., You, L. and Jin, X., 2021. Wowtao: A personalized pottery-making system. Computers in Industry, 124, 103325.

Cownie, F. and Gallo, M., 2021. Alumni gratitude and academics: Implications for engagement. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 45 (6), 788-802.

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Demolder, A., Newman, A., Durrant, T., Nait-Charif, H., Adzhiev, V. and Kaczorowski, A., 2021. Enabling Reflective & Refractive Depth Representation in Computer-Generated Holography. In: ACM SIGGRAPH 2021, 9 August- 13 August 2021, online.

Davis, H. and Klinkner, M. J., 2021. Investigating across borders: the right to truth in a European context. The International Journal of Human Rights. (In Press)

Dolea, E.-A., Ingenhoff, D. and Beju, A., 2021. Country Images and Identities in Times of Populism: Swiss Media Discourses on the "Stop Mass Immigration” Initiative. International Communication Gazette, 83 (4), 301-325.

Dey, R., 2021. Procedural generation of features for volumetric terrains using a rule-based approach. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

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Eda, L. N., 2021. Missing migrants: legal obligations and psychosocial implications for families. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Eda, L. N., 2021. How Transnational Effective are the UK Migration Policies in Relation to Missing Migrants? A Transnational Law Perspective. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 54 (2), 343 - 412.

Elsheikh, D. and Lilleker, D., 2021. Egypt's feminist counterpublic: The re-invigoration of the post-revolution public sphere. New Media and Society, 23 (1), 22-38.

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Fowler-Watt, K., 2021. Immersive Storytelling. In: Mihailidis, P., Shresthova, S. and Fromm, M., eds. Transformative Media Pedagogies. Routledge. (In Press)

Fisher, A., 2021. Revisiting the Blacklist Western: A Reception Study of High Noon. Journal of Cinema and Media Studies. (In Press)

Fu, Y., Yu, H., Yeh, C-K., Lee, T.Y. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. Fast Accurate and Automatic Brushstroke Extraction. ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications, 17 (2), 44.

Franklin, I., 2021. James Leggott, In Fading Light: The Films of the Amber Collective: book review. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 18 (2), 255 - 258.

Favale, M., 2021. The role of the ECJ in the development of EU copyright law: an empirical experience. In: Stamatoudi, I. and Torremans, P., eds. EU Copyright Law: A Commentary. 2nd ed. Edward Elgar.

Fu, H., Bian, S., Chaudhry, E., Iglesias, A., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. State-of-the-Art in 3D Face Reconstruction from a Single RGB Image. In: Computational Science - ICCS 2021 Conference Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 12746), 16-18 June 2021, Krakow, Poland, 31 - 44.

Fowler-Watt, K., 2021. The auto/biographical journalist and stories of lived experience. In: Dix, H., ed. Career Construction Theory and Life Writing: Narrative and Autobiographical Thinking Across the Professions. Routledge.

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Glynos, J. and Voutyras, S., 2021. Valuation practices and the cooptation charge: Quantification and monetization as political logics. Contemporary Political Theory. (In Press)

Gingrich, O., Anderson, E. F., Renaud, A., Emets, E., Negrao, D. and Tchoudjinoff, D., 2021. New Heritage: New media art between cultural heritage experience and artefact. In: EVA London 2021, 5 - 9 July 2021, London, 81 - 88.

Goode, G., 2021. Creativity is king: an exploration of the role of brand orientation in the collaborative strategies of UK broadcast media organisations. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Grigore, G., Molesworth, M., Miles, C. and Glozer, S., 2021. (Un)Resolving digital technology paradoxes through the rhetoric of balance. Organization, 28 (1), 186-207.

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Helmers, M. and Van Raalte, C., 2021. The Rush of the Ride: affecting perception through acousmatic sound design in Bodyguard. In: Moments in Television, Volume 3: Sound/Image. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. (In Press)

Hong, D., 2021. An analysis of UK copyright and design laws on 3D printing and product design. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

He, Y., Chen, S., Yu, H. and Yang, T,, 2021. A cylindrical shape descriptor for registration of unstructured point clouds from real-time 3D sensors. Journal of Real-Time Image Processing, 18 (2), 261 - 269.

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Insall-Jones, O., 2021. Imperialism and Empire in Iraq: Britain’s Informal Colony. Masters Thesis (Masters). Bournemouth University.

Iwowo, S., Van Raalte, C. and Fair, J., 2021. Creativity in the COVID-19 Crisis: Might the Current Student Adoption of Pre-Visualization Re-Center the Cruciality of Constructing the Mise-en-Scène? Journal of Cinema and Media Studies: Teaching Media, Summer.

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Jackson, D., Bernstein, A., Butterworth, M., Cho, Y., Coombs, D., Devlin, M. and Onwumechili, C., 2021. Olympic and Paralympic Analysis 2020: Mega events, media, and the politics of sport. Project Report. Poole, UK: Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research at Bournemouth University.

Jukes, S., Fowler-Watt, K. and Rees, G., 2021. Reporting the Covid-19 pandemic: Trauma on our own doorstep. Digital Journalism. (In Press)

Jackson, D., Zhao, X., Glück, A., Smith, A. and Nguyen, A., 2021. 'It's Getting People More Engaged in Things': Responses to Solutions-Oriented News in the Context of COVID-19. Project Report. Bournemouth University, in collaboration with Newsquest Media Company, the Solutions Journalism Network, and the Association of British Science Writers.

Jukes, S., Charles, M. and Fowler-Watt, K., 2021. Rethinking journalism practice through innovative approaches to post conflict reporting. Journalism Practice, 15 (6), 767-784.

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Koc-Michalska, K., Lilleker, D., Michalski, T., Gibson, R. and Zajac, J., 2021. Facebook affordances and citizen engagement during elections: European political parties and their benefit from online strategies? Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 18 (2), 180-193.

Klinkner, M. J., 2021. The Development of Indicators on Missing Persons. In: Global Report on Missing Persons. International Commission on Missing Persons. (In Press)

Klinkner, M. J. and Smith, E., 2021. From law to policy and practice – collaborative research amidst a pandemic: the creation of the Bournemouth Protocol on Mass Grave Protection and Investigation. Journal of Legal Research Methodology. (In Press)

Klinkner, M. J. and Schwandner-Sievers, S., 2021. Transitional justice principles versus survivors’ experience – conflicting interpretations in Kosovo case study involving missing persons and their memorialisation. In: Rauschenbach, M., Viebach, J. and Parmentier, S., eds. Localising Memory: The Dynamics and Informal Practices of Memorialisation after Mass Violence and Dictatorship. Routledge. (In Press)

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Lennholm, H. and Anderson, E. F., 2021. Playing with the Sun: A Virtual Physics Experience for Nuclear Fusion Experimentation and Learning. In: 3rd IEEE Conference on Games, 17-20 August 2021, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Lilleker, D., Koc-Michalska, K. and Bimber, B., 2021. Women learn while men talk?: revisiting gender differences in political engagement in online environments. Information, Communication and Society. (In Press)

Lilleker, D. and Stoeckle, T., 2021. The challenges of providing certainty in the face of wicked problems: Analysing the UK government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Public Affairs (e2733). (In Press)

Li, Z., Feng, C., Wu, M., Yu, H., Zheng, J. and Zhu, F., 2021. Adversarial robustness via attention transfer. Pattern Recognition Letters, 146 (June), 172 - 178.

Liang, H., Bao, F., Sun, Y., Zhang, Q., Pan, M. and Chang, J., 2021. Children's Early Educational Game under the Background of Chinese Three Kingdoms Culture - To Borrow Arrows with Thatched Boats. In: ICVR 2021: IEEE 7th International Conference on Virtual Reality, 20-22 May 2021, Foshan, China, 180 - 188.

Liang, H., Lv, K., Sun, Y., Zhang, Q., Pan, M. and Chang, J., 2021. Semantic-Driven 3D Scene Construction Based on Spatial Relationship and Case-Base. In: ICVR 2021: IEEE 7th International Conference on Virtual Reality, 20-22 May 2021, Foshan, China, 54 - 61.

Lilleker, D., 2021. Book review. The Political Portrait: Leadership, Image and Power, Edited by Luciano Cheles and Alessandro Giacone. International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing. (In Press)

Lowenstein, M., 2021. Sentencing explanations provided via judicial remarks made within the English magistrates’ youth court: Towards a better global understanding. Youth Justice. (In Press)

Lilleker, D., 2021. Book Review: Whipped: Party Discipline in Canada. International Journal of Press/Politics (IJPP), 26 (2), 517-519.

Li, Y., 2021. Human motion prediction. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Li, O., Chaudhry, E., Yang, X., Fu, H., Fang, J., Zhu, Z., Iglesias, A., Noreika, A., Carriazo, A., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. Composite Generalized Elliptic Curve-Based Surface Reconstruction. In: ICCS 2021: International Conference on Computational Science, 16-18 June 2021, Krakow, Poland, 134 - 148.

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McFarland, K., 2021. Experiential e-learning for engagement, belonging and social change: a study on the use of social justice pedagogy in entrepreneurial business literacy for high school students in Mexico. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Michailidis, L., 2021. Exploiting physiological changes during the flow experience for assessing virtual-reality game design. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Malikova, E., 2021. Visual-auditory visualisation of dynamic multi-scale heterogeneous objects. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Medrado, A. and Rega, I., 2021. The Stepping into Visibility Model: Mapping out Visibility Journeys and their Consequences for Mediactivists from the Global South. (Modelo de Escalas da Visibilidade: Mapeando Percursos de Visibilidade e suas Consequências para Midiativistas do Sul Global). Comunicação, Mídia e Consumo, 18 (52), 220 - 251.

Mavridou, I., 2021. Affective state recognition in Virtual Reality from electromyography and photoplethysmography using head-mounted wearable sensors. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

McMorrow, J. and Seyed Esfahani, M., 2021. An exploration into people’s perception and intention on using cryptocurrencies. Holistica - Journal of Business and Public Administration, 12 (2), 109-144.

Mellado, C., Hallin, D., Luis, C., Rodrigo, A., Jackson, D., Humanes, M.L., Márquez-Ramírez, M., Mick, J., Mothes, C., I-Hsuan LIN, C., Lee, M., Alfaro, A., Isbej, J. and Ramos, A., 2021. Sourcing Pandemic News: A Cross-National Computational Analysis of Mainstream Media Coverage of COVID-19 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Digital Journalism. (In Press)

Mayer, M., 2021. Is Transformative Learning Possible in Neoliberal Post 92 Higher Education in England? Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Majin, G., 2021. What is a News Narrative?: Reversing Journalism’s Arrow and the Problem of “Factinion”. Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 6 (2), 57 - 70.

Murphy, J., 2021. Book review: Lyra McKee. Lost, Found, Remembered. Journalism, 22 (5), 1273-1275.

Mousoutzanis, A. and Teo, Y., 2021. Introduction: Nostalgia Science Fiction at 2020. Science Fiction Studies, 48 (1), 1 -7.

Marimón, E., Marsden, P.A., Nait-Charif, H. and Díaz, O., 2021. A semi-empirical model for scatter field reduction in digital mammography. Physics in Medicine & Biology, 66 (4), 045001.

Mao, J., Li, T., Zhang, F., Wang, M., Chang, J. and Lu, X., 2021. Bas-relief layout arrangement via automatic method optimization. In: CASA2021: Computer Animation & Social Agents 2021, 15-17 July 2021, online.

Matko, T., Chew, J., Wenk, J., Chang, J. and Hofman, J., 2021. Computational fluid dynamics simulation of two-phase flow and dissolved oxygen in a wastewater treatment oxidation ditch. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 145 (January), 340 -353.

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Nestorova, V., 2021. Video game graphics and players’ perception of subjective realism. Masters Thesis (Masters). Bournemouth University.

Nguyen, A., Smith, A., Jackson, D. and Zhao, X., 2021. Pandemic News Experience: COVID-19, News Consumption, Mental Health, and the Demand for Positive News. Project Report. Bournemouth University, in collaboration with Newsquest Media Company, the Solutions Journalism Network, and the Association of British Science Writers.

Nie, Y., 2021. Holistic indoor scene understanding, modelling and reconstruction from single images. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Nguyen, A., Zhao, X., Lawson, B. and Jackson, D., 2021. Reporting from a Statistical Chaos: Journalistic Lessons from the First Year of Covid-19 Data and Science in the News. Discussion Paper. Bournemouth University, Royal Statistical Society and Association of British Science Writers.

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Oliver, J. J., 2021. Chronic corporate performance in Media-Tech firms: a new perspective. Journal of Media Business Studies. (In Press)

Oliver, J. J., 2021. Chronic corporate underperformance in Media-Tech firms: a new perspective. In: World Media Economics & Management, 20-21 May 2021, Rome.

O’Brien, W., 2021. Learning to kill? Taking aim with the first-person shooter. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

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Parliament of Victoria Electoral Matters Committee, and Lilleker, D., 2021. Inquiry into the impact of social media on Victorian elections and Victoria’s electoral administration. Discussion Paper. Australia: Parliament of Victoria Electoral Matters Committee.

Patsiaouras, G., Veneti, A. and Green, W., 2021. 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, e1717. (In Press)

Pullen, E., Jackson, D. and Silk, M., 2021. Paralympic broadcasting and social change: An integrated mixed method approach to understanding the Paralympic audience in the UK. Television and New Media. (In Press)

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Round, J., 2021. 'little gothics': Misty and the 'Strange Stories' of British Girls' Comics. Gothic Studies, 23 (2), 163 - 180.

Rega, I. and Medrado, A., 2021. The Stepping into Visibility Model: reflecting on consequences of social media visibility – a Global South perspective. Information, Communication and Society.

Rovira, A., Southern, R., Swapp, D., Campbell, C., Zhang, J. J., Levine, M. and Slater, M., 2021. Bystander Affiliation Influences Intervention Behavior: A Virtual Reality Study. SAGE Open, 11 (3).

Ramjaun, T. R., 2021. Experimenting with ZMET: Issues and adaptions. The Qualitative Report, 26 (5), 1633-1640.

Ramjaun, T. R., 2021. Exploring the #zerowaste lifestyle trend on Instagram. In: The Sustainability Debate: Policies, Gender and the Media. Volume 14. Emerald.

Royle, J., 2021. From skillset to mindset: the reconceptualisation of entrepreneurial journalism in higher education. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Ross, H., Rudd, J., Skains, R.L. and Horry, R., 2021. How Big is My Carbon Footprint? Understanding Young People's Engagement with Climate Change Education. Sustainability, 13 (4), 1961.

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Sarrica, M., Rega, I., Inversini, A. and Norton, L.S., 2021. Slumming on Social Media? E-Mediated Tourist Gaze and Social Representations of Indian, South African, and Brazilian Slum Tourism Destinations. Societies, 11 (3), 106.

Smith, L., 2021. Exploring anti-fascism in Britain through autobiography from 1930 to 1936. Masters Thesis (Masters). Bournemouth University.

Stockton-Brown, M. and Tatum, A., 2021. Finding the Lost Films: Out-of-Commerce Works in the Archive. Other. Bournemouth, UK: Bournemouth University.

Sreedharan, C. and Thorsen, E., 2021. Sexual violence and the news media: Issues, challenges, and guidelines for journalists in India. Project Report. New Delhi, India: UNESCO.

Saptorini, E., Zhao, X. and Jackson, D., 2021. Place, power and the pandemic: The disrupted material settings of television news making during COVID-19 in an Indonesian broadcaster. Journalism Studies. (In Press)

Stockton-Brown, M. and Tatum, A., 2021. FrankenZine: Voice, Copyright, and Women Authors. Documentation. Bournemouth University.

Stockton-Brown, M. and Tatum, A., 2021. Beloved. Film. The creators. 17 June 2021.

Sousa Santos, B., Domik, G. and Anderson, E. F., 2021. Foreword to the special section on computer graphics and related subjects education in the time of Covid. Graphics and Visual Computing, 4, 200028.

Sreedharan, C., Thorsen, E., Miles, L., Matthews, J., Sunderland, M. and Baker-Beall, C., 2021. Impact of Covid-19 on journalism in Sierra Leone. National survey report 2021. Project Report. Freetown, Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone Association of Journalists.

Stockton-Brown, M., 2021. Out-of-commerce, out of mind: widening public access to out-of-commerce copyright works in film archives through the DSM Directive. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Sreedharan, C., 2021. India: A Spectacle of Mismanagement. In: Lilleker, D., Coman, I., Gregor, M. and Novelli, E., eds. Political Communication and COVID-19: Governance and Rhetoric in Times of Crisis. Routledge, 123-131.

Sampani, C., 2021. Online Dispute Resolution in E-Commerce: Is Consensus in Regulation UNCITRAL’s Utopian Idea or a Realistic Ambition? Information and Communications Technology Law. (In Press)

Surowiec, P. and Miles, C., 2021. The Populist Style and Public Diplomacy: Kayfabe as Performative Agonism in Trump’s Twitter Posts. Public Relations Inquiry, 10 (1), 5-30.

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Tran, M., 2021. Science journalism for development in Vietnam: a multi-facet investigation of issues and challenges and its implications for the Global South. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Twycross, A., 2021. Comics and the Carnivalesque: The Daily Mirror, Jane, and the birth of adult British newspaper strips. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Terkanian, K., 2021. From women operators to technical assistants: women in the BBC’s wartime engineering division. Women's History Review. (In Press)

Tereshin, A., Pasko, A., Fryazinov, O. and Adzhiev, V., 2021. Hybrid Function Representation for Heterogeneous Objects. Graphical Models, 114 (March), 101098.

Thomas, B., 2021. The #bookstagram: distributed reading in the social media age. Language Sciences, 84, 101358.

Teo, Y., 2021. Recognition, collaboration and community: science fiction representations of robot carers in Robot & Frank, Big Hero 6 and Humans. Medical Humanities, 47, 95-102.

Thomas, B., 2021. Reading the Readers: Ethical and methodological issues for researching readers and reading in the digital age. In: Bell, A., Browse, S., Gibbons, A. and Peplow, D., eds. Style and reader response: minds, media, methods. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 179 - 196.

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Van Raalte, C. and Helmers, M., 2021. Being Frank? Breaking the ’fourth wall’ in Netflix’s House of Cards. In: Cardwell, S., ed. Moments of Television, Volume 1: Complexity/ simplicity. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. (In Press)

Van Raalte, C., 2021. Enola Holmes and the mystery of the missing mother. In: The Neo-Victorian and the Late-Victorian: Texts, Media, Politics, 2-3 September 2021, Brighton University. (Unpublished)

Van Raalte, C., 2021. The poetics of obsession: understanding Kathryn Bigelow’s characters. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 19 (3), 256-276.

Van Raalte, C., Wallis, R. and Pekalski, D., 2021. Disability by Design: Representation in TV. Technical Report. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.

Van Raalte, C., Wallis, R. and Pekalski, D., 2021. State of Play 2021: Management Practices in UK Unscripted Television. Technical Report. Poole, UK: Bournemouth University.

Van Raalte, C., 2021. Reflections on Mortality: The Imagery of Mirrors in Clint Eastwood’s Gran Torino. Journal of Popular Film and Television. (In Press)

Veneti, A., Lilleker, D. and Jackson, D., 2021. Between analogue and digital: A critical exploration of strategic social media use in Greek election campaigns. Journal of Information Technology and Politics. (In Press)

Van Raalte, C., 2021. Bernd Herzogenrath (ed.) (2017) Film as Philosophy. Film-Philosophy, 25 (1), 66 -69.

van der Bom, I., Skains, R.L., Bell, A. and Ensslin, A., 2021. Reading hyperlinks in hypertext fiction: an empirical approach. In: Bello, A., Browse, S., Gibbons, A. and Peplow, D., eds. Style and reader response: minds, media, methods. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 123 - 142.

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Westling, C., Hall, E. and Krell, M., 2021. Inverting the 'black box' of technology: The Digital Ghost Hunt. International Journal of Creative Media Research (7).

Wang, M., Wang, L., Jiang, T., Xiang, N., Lin, J., Wei, M., Yang, X., Komura, T. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. Bas-relief modelling from enriched detail and geometry with deep normal transfer. Neurocomputing, 453 (September), 825-838.

Wang, S.H., Wang, R., Xia, Y., Sun, Z., You, L. and Zhang, J., 2021. Multi-objective aerodynamic optimization of high-speed train heads based on the PDE parametric modeling. Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, 64, 1285-1304.

Wang, R., He, X. and Zeng, B., 2021. Visual benefit in lexical tone perception in Mandarin: An event-related potential study. Neuroscience, 466, 196-204.

Wale, J. and Rowlands, S., 2021. The ethics of State-sponsored and clinical promotion of long-acting reversible contraception. BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, 47 (3), e11.

Wallis, R., 2021. Career readiness: Developing graduate employability capitals in aspiring media workers. Journal of Education and Work, 34 (4), 533-543.

Wallis, R. and Van Raalte, C., 2021. Britain’s got talent? A critique of the ‘talent pipeline’ crisis in the UK’s film and television industries. Media Industries Journal. (In Press)

Witchel, H.J., Thompson, G.A., Jones, C.I., Westling, C. E. I., Romero, J., Nicotra, A., Maag, B. and Critchley, H.D., 2021. Correction: Spelling Errors and Shouting Capitalization Lead to Additive Penalties to Trustworthiness of Online Health Information: Randomized Experiment With Laypersons. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 23 (4), -.

Wilkinson, P., 2021. Purposing digital media for education: critically exploring values and expectations in applying digital media for children’s learning and development. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Winch, K., Stafford, R., Gillingham, P.K., Thorsen, E. and Diaz, A., 2021. Diversifying environmental volunteers by engaging with online communities. People and Nature, 3 (1), 17-31.

Wallis, R., 2021. Time for TV to make lasting new year’s resolution. Broadcast (14 January 2021), 5156203.

Wallis, R. and Van Raalte, C., 2021. State of Play survey 2021: Management & recruitment practices in TV - Preliminary report of key findings. Project Report. Poole, UK: Bournemouth University, BECTU and Viva la PD.

Wang, S., Xiang, N., Xia, Y., You, L. and Zhang, J., 2021. Real-time surface manipulation with C<sup>1</sup> continuity through simple and efficient physics-based deformations. Visual Computer. (In Press)

Watson, A., Ward, J. and Fair, J., 2021. Staging atmosphere: collective emotional labour on the film set. Social & Cultural Geography, 22 (1), 79-96.

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Xia, Y., Wang, S., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. Semantic Similarity Metric Learning for Sketch-Based 3D Shape Retrieval. In: ICCS 2021: International Conference on Computational Science, 16-18 June 2021, Krakow, Poland, 59 - 69.

Xu, C., Yu, W., Li, Y., Lu, X., Wang, M. and Yang, X., 2021. KeyFrame extraction for human motion capture data via multiple binomial fitting. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 32 (1), e1976.

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Yang, H., Liu, L., Min, W., Yang, X. and Xiong, X., 2021. Driver Yawning Detection Based on Subtle Facial Action Recognition. IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 23, 572 - 583.

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Zhao, X., 2021. Journalistic construction of congruence: Chinese media’s representation of common but differentiated responsibilities in environmental protection. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 22 (8), 2139-2157.

Zia, R., 2021. Documenting digital creative practice. In: EVA London 2021, 5 - 9 July 2021, London, 231-235.

Zia, R., Balaji, S. and Chun, J., 2021. Teaching Camera Craft Online during the Covid Pandemic. In: Sixteenth International Conference on the Arts in Society, 16-18 June 2021, The University of Western Australia, School of Design.

Zhu, Z., Chaudhry, E., Wang, S., Xia, Y., Iglesias, A., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. Shape Reconstruction from Point Clouds Using Closed Form Solution of a Fourth-Order Partial Differential Equation. In: ICCS 2021: International Conference on Computational Science, 16-18 June 2021, Krakow, Poland, 207 - 220.

Zhang, J., 2021. Vision-based context-aware assistance for minimally invasive surgery. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University.

Zheng, A.Z., Bian, S.J., Chaudhry, E., Chang, J., Haron, H., You, L. and Zhang, J. J., 2021. Voronoi diagram and Monte-Carlo simulation based finite element optimization for cost-effective 3D printing. Journal of Computational Science, 50 (March), 101301.

Zhao, X., 2021. Auditing the “Me Inc.”: Teaching personal branding on LinkedIn through an experiential learning method. Communication Teacher, 35 (1), 37-42.

Zhao, X. and Guan, M., 2021. Can you secure a job through Twesume? Examining strategic communication for self-promotion on social media. Communication Teacher, 35 (1), 32-36.

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