Number of items at this level: 92.
McNally, Brenda (2015) Media and carbon literacy: shaping opportunities for cognitive engagement with low carbon transition in Irish media 2000-2013. Razón y Palabra, 19 (3). pp. 119-150. ISSN 1605-4806
Conway, Maura (2014) Book review: Des Freedman and Daya Kishan Thussu (eds), media and terrorism: global perspectives. Media, Culture & Society, 36 (2). pp. 275-276. ISSN 1460-3675
Horgan, John (2014) Dropping the Captain: the short but eventful editorship of Louis McRedmond at the Irish Independent, 1968-70. Irish Communication Review, 14 (1). pp. 80-90. ISSN 0791-0010
Sheehan, Helena (2013) To the Crucible: An Irish engagement with the Greek crisis and the Greek left. Irish Left Review .
Conway, Maura (2012) Terrorism and contemporary mediascapes: reanimating research on media and terrorism. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 5 (3). pp. 1-9. ISSN 1753-9153
Horgan, John (2012) Ireland’s Press Ombudsman, John Horgan, on accountability, regulation and redress: Where do press councils stand? Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 1 (2). pp. 201-207. ISSN 2001-0818
Conway, Maura and McInerney, Lisa (2012) What’s love got to do with it? Framing ‘JihadJane’ in the US press. Media, War & Conflict , 5 (1). pp. 6-21. ISSN 1750-6352
O'Brien, Anne and Gaynor, Niamh (2012) Voice of the people? Objectives versus outcomes for community radio in Ireland. The Radio Journal, 10 (2). pp. 145-160. ISSN 1476-4504
Gaynor, Niamh (2011) Associations, deliberation and democracy: The case of Ireland’s social partnership. Politics and Society, 39 (4). pp. 497-519. ISSN 0032-3292
Gore, Will and Horgan, John (2010) Maintaining freedom with responsibility: the evolving role of non-statutory press councils in a changing media landscape. Journalism Practice, 4 (4). pp. 523-532. ISSN 1751-2786
Sheehan, Helena (2010) Book review: Sue Vice, Jack Rosenthal. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2009. European Journal of Communication, 25 (1). pp. 91-93. ISSN 1460-3705
Lee, Seung-Bum and Muntean, Gabriel-Miro and Smeaton, Alan F. (2009) Performance-aware replication of distributed pre-recorded IPTV content. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, 55 (2). pp. 516-526. ISSN 0018-9316
Sheehan, Helena and Sweeney, Sheamus (2009) The wire and the world: narrative and metanarrative. Jump Cut, 51 (Spring 2009). ISSN 0146-5546
Brereton, Pat (2009) Documentary realism and fundamentalist religion in Ireland: a case study of power in the blood together with The Rocky Road to Dublin and The Road to God Knows Where. REA: Religion, Education and the Arts, 2009 (6).
Trench, Brian (2009) Representations of the knowledge economy - Irish newspapers' discourses on a key policy idea. Irish Communications Review, 11 . pp. 3-20. ISSN 0791-0010
Sheehan, Helena (2006) Review: Popular television drama: critical perspectives. European Journal of Communication, 21 (2). pp. 263-265. ISSN 1460-3705
Ging, Debbie (2005) A 'manual on masculinity'? The consumption and use of mediated images of masculinity among teenage boys in Ireland. Irish Journal of Sociology, 14 (2). pp. 29-52. ISSN 0791-6035
Conway, Maura (2004) Mass communication - nitro to the Net. The World Today, 60 (8/9). pp. 19-22.
Horgan, John (2000) Anti-Communism and Media Surveillance in Ireland 1948-50. Irish Communication Review, 8 (1/4). pp. 30-34. ISSN 0791-0010
Sheehan, Helena (1995) Ideological analysis and the alternatives. [Review: Communication, culture and hegemony by J Martin-Barbero]. Irish Communications Review, 5 . pp. 103-104. ISSN 0791-0010
Horgan, John (1995) Saving us from ourselves: contraception, censorship and the 'evil literature'controversy of 1926. Irish Communications Review, 5 (1). pp. 61-67. ISSN 0791-0010
O'Connor, Barbara and Boyle, Raymond (1993) Dallas with balls: televized sport, soap opera and male and female pleasures. Leisure Studies, 12 (2). pp. 107-119. ISSN 0261-4367
Sheehan, Helena (1992) On public service broadcasting: against the tide. Irish Communications Review, 2 . pp. 59-60. ISSN 0791-0010
Sheehan, Helena (1992) The parameters of the permissible: how Scrap Saturday got away with it. Irish Communications Review, 2 . pp. 73-76. ISSN 0791-0010
Sheehan, Helena (1991) America: symptoms of decline. The Irish Review (11). pp. 56-63. ISSN 0790-7850
Sheehan, Helena (2004) Irish television drama: a society and its stories. Broadcasting and Irish Society . Radio Telefís Éireann, Dublin . ISBN 0860290115
Sheehan, Helena (2004) The continuing story of Irish television drama: tracking the tiger. Broadcasting and Irish Society . Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISBN 1-85182-688-2
Conway, Maura and Parker, Jodie and Looney, Sean (2017) Online jihadi instructional content: the role of magazines. In: Conway, Maura and Jarvis, Lee and Lehane, Orla and Macdonald, Stuart and Nouri, Lella, (eds.) Terrorists’ Use of the Internet: Assessment and Response. NATO Science for Peace and Security - E: Human and Societal Dynamics, 136 . IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. 182-193. ISBN 978-1-61499-764-1
Trench, Brian and Bucchi, Massimiano (2016) Introduction. In: Bucchi, Massimiano and Trench, Brian, (eds.) The Public Communication of Science. Critical Concepts in Sociology, 1-4 . Routledge, NY & London. ISBN 9780415718042
Murphy, Padraig (2013) Dialogic Science and Democracy: the Case of Nanotechnology. In: Ó Broin, Deiric and Murphy, Mary C., (eds.) Politics, Participation and Power - Civil Society and Public Policy in Ireland. Glasnevin Press, Dublin. ISBN 9781908689191 (In Press)
Horgan, John (2012) The changing of the guard at Middle Abbey Street, 1961-73. In: O'Brien, Mark and Rafter, Kevin, (eds.) Independent Newspapers: A History. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 133-146. ISBN 978-1-84682-360-2
Ging, Debbie (2009) All-consuming images: new gender formations in post-Celtic-Tiger Ireland. In: Ging, Debbie and Cronin, Michael and Kirby, Peadar, (eds.) Transforming Ireland: challenges, critiques, resources. Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0719078927
Horgan, John and McNamara, Paul and O'Sullivan, John (2007) Irish print and broadcast media: The political, economic, journalistic and technological context. In: Horgan, John and O'Connor, Barbara and Sheehan, Helena, (eds.) Mapping Irish media: critical explorations. University College Dublin Press, Dublin, Ireland. ISBN 978-1904558835
Horgan, John (2006) Aggiornamento. In: Whittaker, Andrew, (ed.) Bright, Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and the Irish Times. A. & A. Farmar, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 59-69. ISBN 978-1899047666
Conway, Maura (2005) Cybercortical warfare: Hizbollah's internet strategy. In: Oates, Sarah and Owen, Diana and Gibson, Rachel K., (eds.) The Internet and politics: citizens, voters and activists. Democratization Studies . Routledge, London, pp. 100-117. ISBN 978-0-203-01753-1
O'Brien, Mark (2004) Disavowing democracy: the silencing project in the South. In: Corcoran, Mary P. and O'Brien, Mark, (eds.) Political Censorship and the Democratic State: The Irish Broadcasting Ban. Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 48-58. ISBN 1-85182-869-9
Ging, Debbie and Malcolm, Jackie (2004) Interculturalism and multiculturalism in lreland: textual strategies at work in the media landscape. In: Titley, Gavan, (ed.) Resituating culture. Council of Europe, pp. 125-136. ISBN 9287153965
O'Brien, Mark (2004) Selling soccer. In: Peillon, Michel and Corcoran, Mary P., (eds.) Place and Non-Place - The Reconfiguration of Ireland. Institute of Public Administration, pp. 54-64. ISBN 1-904541-06-2
O'Connor, Barbara and Klaus, Elisabeth (2000) The meaning of pleasure and the pleasure of meaning: towards a definition of pleasure in reception analysis. In: Brosius, Hans-Bernd, (ed.) Kommunikation über Grenzen und Kulturen. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft , 27 . UVK Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Konstanz, pp. 411-428. ISBN 978-3-89669-280-1
Horgan, John (2000) The Media and the State: Television and the Press 1949-99. In: Ryan, Ray, (ed.) Writing in the Irish Republic: Literature, Culture, Politics, 1949-99. Macmillan, London, UK. ISBN 9780333736579
Conference or Workshop Item
Horgan, John (2017) The press in 1917: wars and rumours of wars. In: 1917 – Aftermath of Rebellion, 28 Jan 2017, Dublin, Ireland.
Karamshuk, Dmytro and Lokot, Tetyana and Pryymak, Oleksandr and Sastry, Nishanth (2016) Identifying partisan slant in news articles and Twitter during political crises. In: 8th International Conference on Social Informatics (SocInfo 2016), 14-17 Nov 2016, Seattle, USA.
Horgan, John (2016) Daniel O’Connell: Politics and the Press. In: Daniel O’Connell Summer School 2016, 26-28 Aug 2016, Derrynane, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
Horgan , John (2016) Notes from Ireland: Irish Unionism's media outreach to Britain - and beyond. In: Shared Histories Conference 2016: Media Connections Between Britain and Ireland, 6-7th July 2016, Dublin, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2015) Reporting 1916 in the North of Ireland: a study in the political equivalent of the Doppler effect. In: Newspaper & Periodical History Forum of Ireland Conference 2015, 13 -14 Nov 2015, Dublin, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2007) Paper by Professor John Horgan, Press Ombudsman. In: NUJ Biennial Conference, 21 Oct 2007, Tullamore, Ireland.
Sheehan, Helena (1993) Soap opera and social order: Glenroe, Fair City and contemporary Ireland. In: Imagining Ireland, 30-31 October 1993, Irish Film Centre, Dublin, Ireland.
Sheehan, Helena (1988) Images of the 60s in the 80s: memories of social unrest in US tv series. In: International Television Studies Conference, 20-22 July 1988, Institute of Education, London, UK.
Horgan, John (2011) Report on Editorial Processes and Risk Management Procedures in RTE Television Current Affairs. Technical Report. RTE.
Gaynor, Niamh and O'Brien, Anne (2010) Drivers of Change?: Community Radio in Ireland. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Robbins, David (2018) Game of frames: the competition to establish the dominant framing of climate change among journalists, ministers and political advisors. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Wheatley, Dawn (2018) Sourcing the story: journalistic practices and online news coverage of Irish healthcare policy. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Driscoll, Aileen (2016) Learning to sell sex(ism)? An analysis of gender in the educational cultures of advertising students in Ireland. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
McNally, Brenda (2016) Media and low carbon transition: a multi-modal analysis of Print media themes and their implications for broader public engagement. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Ziba, Muyanga Innocent (2016) What can a community radio contribute to health promotion in response to a health crisis/the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa? Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Quinn, Fergal (2015) Building cities on sand: the normative basis for journalism in Cambodia. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Silke, Henry (2015) Ideology, class, crisis and power: the representation of economic crisis and political policy in Ireland (2007-2009). PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Shanagher, Sean (2014) Recreational dance in Ireland 1940-1960: politics and pleasures. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Stack, Morgan (2013) Sourcing and framing the 'war on terror'. A study of attribution in elite newspaper coverage. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Testar, Jason Thomas (2012) A case study of the televised international newsflow of Raidió Teilifís Éireann and The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: A comparative content analysis. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Byrne, Frank (2011) Free to Air: An examination of the role played by a radio phone-in programme, Liveline, in the democratic process. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Fahy, Declan (2010) The Celebrity Scientists. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Bourke, Simon (2009) Media and heritage in Ireland: representations of heritage in Irish newspapers and the praxis of determination. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Murphy, Kenneth W. (2009) The political economy of Irish television broadcasting policy 1997 - 2007. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Sparviero, Sergio (2008) Innovation and the economic performance of the primary information sector: a multidisciplinary approach. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Skamnakis, Antonis (2006) Politics, media and journalism in Greece. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Caden, John (2006) RTÉ's coverage of the campaigning on the eighth amendment to the constitutionissues of objectivity, impartiality and fairness. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Robbins, David (2006) The Irish press 1919-1948: origins and issues. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Brien, Breda (2004) Irish churches and mosque - towards a model of media relations. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Day, Rosemary (2003) Community radio in Ireland: building community, participation and multi-flow communication. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Sullivan, NoelleAnne (2003) Culture, trade and cultural trade: citizens' communication rights in a global market. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Cawley, Anthony (2003) Innovation in the Irish digital media industry between 1999 and 2002: an emergent new 'content' industry. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Phelan, Sean (2003) The influence of neo-liberal assumptions on media treatment of political economy in Ireland. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Callanan, Ronan (2001) Access to public broadcasting services across national digital delivery systems. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Gorman, Michael (2001) The copyright regulatory system in Ireland: its development and effects, 1700-1990. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Collins, Suzanne (2001) The path to the Aras: (the role of political communications in the election of Mary McAleese as the eighth President of Ireland). Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Ahmad, Jamaliah (2000) A reception analysis of a development-oriented television programme by a multi-ethnic society. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Kerr, Aphra (1999) Ireland in the global information economy: innovation and multimedia 'content' industries. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
McGuinness, Des (1999) Media consumption and Dublin working class cultural identity. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
McCarron, Ciara (1998) The Gerry Ryan show on 2FM and the death of Diana, Princess of Wales: a case-study, September 1997. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Dunne, Amanda A. (1997) Paying for television: the case of sponsorship in Ireland. Master of Science thesis, Dublin City University.
Devereux, Eoin (1996) Devils and angels: the ideological construction of poverty stories on RTE television. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Curran, Catherine (1994) The Irish Press and populism in Ireland. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
McGuinness, Des (1993) Making a viewer visible: a study of television viewing. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Halloran, Jean (1992) The new literacy: the case for primary education. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Kelly, Ronan (1991) A breed apart: a study of television production practices in Radio Televis Eireann, 1989-1990. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Keenaghan, Celia (1991) The state and cultural policy in Ireland: the case of the Irish audiovisual sector. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Lynskey, Eamonn (1990) Media education and the Irish second level curriculum: problems and possibilities. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Boyle, Raymond (1990) Nation shall speak peace unto nation: television, sport and nationhood. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Reynolds, Marion H (1990) Patterns of exposure to the media of 12-17 year olds in second level schools in Ireland. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Thomas, Mary C (1985) Control of local radio in the Republic of Ireland. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Malley, Eoin and Brandenburg, Heinz and Flynn, Roddy and McMenamin, Iain and Rafter, Kevin (2012) Crisis elections and the primacy of policy: explaining media framing of election coverage. Working Papers in International Studies. (Paper No. 2012-06). Dublin City University.