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Fahy, Declan orcid logoORCID: 0000-0003-2216-4252 (2022) Caricatures and omissions: representations of the news media in 'Don't look up'. Journal of Science Communication, 21 (5). ISSN 1824-2049

Murphy, Paula (2018) "You feel real to me, Samantha": the matter of technology in Spike Jonze's Her. Technoculture: An Online Journal of Technology in Society, 7 . ISSN ISSN 1938-0526

Cooke, Dervila (2012) "Une représentation une fois pour toutes et pour toujours"? Un cirque passe de Modiano et Des gens qui passent de Nahum. French Cultural Studies, 23 (4). pp. 290-303. ISSN 1740-2352

Cooke, Dervila (2012) Le "climat Modiano" dans Des gens qui passent : Entretien avec Alain Nahum. French Cultural Studies, 23 (4). pp. 304-308. ISSN 1740-2352

Brereton, Pat orcid logoORCID: 0000-0003-1681-7202 (2008) Ireland's America: a case study of Sheridan's In America (2002) and Get Rich or Die Tryin (2005). Studies in European Cinema, 5 (1). ISSN 1741-1548

Brereton, Pat orcid logoORCID: 0000-0003-1681-7202 (2008) Religion and Irish cinema in studies. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 97 (387). ISSN 0039-3495

Le Juez, Brigitte (2004) Les bons et les méchants, ou l'image du justicier algérien dans Pépé le Moko de Julien Duvivier (1936-). CELAAN Review, 3 (1-2). pp. 7-23. ISSN 1547-1942


Doyle, Phillip orcid logoORCID: 0000-0002-1564-6686 (2023) The grammar of immersion: a social semiotic study of nonfiction cinematic virtual reality. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

O'Brien, Maria (2020) A political economy of tax expenditures for the audiovisual industries in Ireland: a cultural policy research perspective on section 481. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Moran, John (2020) Sex in the multiplex: a qualitative and quantitative analysis of sex in the 250 most popular films on domestic release, 2011-2015. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

West, Caroline (2020) Dancing in the shadows of the outer limits: an exploration of the experiences of female pornography performers and feminist discourses on their experience. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Murphy, Denis (2017) A labour history of Irish film and television drama production 1958 - 2016. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Wallace, Mark (2016) The unspeakable Victorian: Thomas Carlyle, ideology and adaptation. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Gillan, Mary (2009) In the shadow of the church: Irish and Quebec cinema. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Conference or Workshop Item

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.

Book Section

Ging, Debbie (2008) Goldfish memories? On seeing and hearing marginalised identities in contemporary Irish cinema. In: Faragó, Borbála and Sullivan, Moynagh, (eds.) Facing the other: interdisciplinary studies on race, gender and social justice in Ireland. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 182-203. ISBN 9781847185976

Le Juez, Brigitte (2008) War survivors' fractured identities in 'Hiroshima mon amour'. In: War, virtual war and society. The challenge to communities. Rodopi, Amsterdam-New York, pp. 61-72. ISBN 978-90-420-2347-5

Ging, Debbie (2004) The politics of sound and image: Eisenstein, artifice and acoustic montage in contemporary feminist cinema. In: Antoine-Dunne, Jean and Quigley, Paula, (eds.) The montage principle: Eisenstein in new cultural and critical contexts. Rodopi, pp. 67-95. ISBN 978-90-420-0898-4

Le Juez, Brigitte (2000) Filming with writers: Alain Resnais's literary cinema. In: Shorely, Christopher and McCusker, Maeve, (eds.) Reading across the lines. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. ISBN 1-874045-81-X

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