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Here are some of the current projects undertaken within the Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures.
The South East Archive of Seaside Photography undertakes research intoseaside photographic practices, communities and cultures.
Find out more about SEAS Photography
This study aims to explore to what extent the transformative potentials of digital technologies, in particular social media, are being realised in relation to community volunteering.
Find out more about the Social Media and Community Volunteering project
In collaboration with the Dreamland Trust, Rob Ball has received funding to undertake a photographic research project that records the current state, reconstruction and resurrection of the Dreamland Amusement Park in Margate.
Find out more about the Dreamland project
During the past 4 years Tim Jones, Senior Lecturer from the School of Media, Art and Design has been carrying out award winning research on amateur filmmaking in the local area.
Find out more about the amateur filmmaking project
Alan Meades has spent the best part of fifteen years studying videogames, their cultural significance and their communities.
Find out more about Alan's Arcade Cultures research
Do you live in Herne Bay, Whitstable or Canterbury (CT1, CT2, CT5 or CT6 postcode)? Do you use social media or other online sources to find information or news about your local community?
Take part in our study
This project explored patterns of and views about social media adoption among small non-profit organisations and to identify mechanisms that could effectively support these organisations with their social media use.
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