Research

Michaela O’Brien interviewed by Women in PR Podcast

Michaela O’Brien, Head of the Westminster School of Media and Communication and co-course leader on MA Media, Campaigning and Social Change, was recently interviewed by Ana Adi on the […]

27th November 2019

First Workshop of the ‘Innovation in Public Service Media Policies’ Research Network

The stakeholder-academe workshop for the AHRC-funded Research Network on ‘Innovation in PSM Policies’ (Grant Ref: AH/S012311) brought together key PSM stakeholders and leading international scholars to the University of […]

27th November 2019

Your Views wanted: Public Service Media/Internet Utopias Survey

A major new survey aims to bring together visions for the future of public service media, the Internet, and communication by answering three short questions! . Take the survey […]

27th November 2019

Anastasia Denisova awarded JJC Trust grant for work on sustainable fashion

Anastasia Denisova has been awarded a JJC Trust grant to pursue research around sustainable fashion and the media. Her research will examine how the media promote excessive fashion buying, […]

27th November 2019

Beyond survival? A new Human Resources research project for PMA members

Peter Block is working in partnership with the Public Media Alliance (PMA) on a project to examine the processes by which public service media (PSM) organisations manage the employer-employee […]

27th November 2019

CAMRI and CREAM Join Successful New AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership “TECHNE-2”

The Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) and the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM) are part of a new doctoral training partnership. The Arts […]

27th November 2019

New Issue of WPCC: Re-Evaluating China’s Global Media Expansion

As China continues its global economic rise, Chinese media have been tasked with making Beijing’s official voice heard and understood in the world. Nine years after the launch of […]

27th November 2019

Michaela O’Brien and Anastasia Kavada discuss Power for The Advocacy Iceberg Podcast

Michaela O’Brien and Anastasia Kavada, who run the MA course in Media Campaigning and Social Change at the University of Westminster, talk about power and Steven Lukes’ concepts of […]

27th November 2019

Can Music Make You Sick? Phase 2 published

In 2016, Help Musicians UK commissioned the University of Westminster and MusicTank to undertake the largest known study into the working conditions of musicians. Preliminary findings suggested that while […]

27th November 2019

Nesta cite CAMRI research in their User illusions policy work

John Davies from Nesta in his User illusions: Data and algorithms will address long-standing consumer issues, but create new ones too elaborates on some of the themes discussed at […]

27th November 2019
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