of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
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Our vibrant postgraduate community includes PhD students from around the world researching a diverse range of topics who benefit from the long established research culture in the School. 88% of our research has been recognised as world leading or internationally significant in the 2014 National Research Excellence Framework (REF).
‘Did You Just Make That Up?’: an auto-ethnographic study of studio practice in the context of 20th and 21st century British Painting
'What is an Indie Game?'
Florence Farmborough: An investigation into photography, trauma and memory in World War 1
The published works of Joyce Grenfell and other contemporaneous female entertainers as socio-political commentators.
An Ethnographic study on the influence of the American Media on Algerian young people’s cultural identity and English use
An exploration into the production processes of ‘fixed rig’ and ‘digital rig’ British television documentary and the ethical issues it raises regarding the relationship between the filmmaker and participants
Media/Social Effects on Young Adults Alcohol Consumption
At the Crossroads: Popular Music in Contemporary Bulgaria
To explore operational and organisational frameworks of hyperlocal media provision in England, by analysing their activities and content
“Food on Television” - A Comparison of Mainstream Food Programmes on British, French and German Television: How Healthy is Food Represented on Television?
Folklore and New Media Communications: an Exploration of Journey to the West, its Modern Orality and Traditional Storytelling in Contemporary Online Spaces
The Growth of China’s Indie Music Scene and its Subcultural Community in the Contemporary age of Social Media: A Critical Study
Adapting History: Applying Adaptation Theory to Historical Film and Television
Exploring the role of social media in the dissemination of news regarding civil actions in the UK and how it can influence feelings of empowerment and political activism
Reconsidering the role of computer gaming in the informal learning biographies of IT workers
Pleasure, Agency, Space and Place: An Ethnographic Study of Youth Drinking Cultures in a South London Community
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