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Bailey, Sara. (2010). The good, the bad and ther ugly: writing the creative writing PhD. In: Great Writing Conference, June 2010, Bangor.
Hitchcock, Deborah. (2006). The Tsunami Crisis: Was it managed? [Final Year Project]
Kamau, Caroline. On Erich Fromm: Why he left the Frankfurt School. In: The Frankfurt School Revisited: Essays on Culture, Media and Theory. Ashgate. (In Press)
Konczak, J. (2005). Cracked cities. [Show/Exhibition]
Konczak, J. (2004). Hidrazone - Hub for Interactive and Digital Research in the Arts. Solent.
Konczak, J. (2007). J9. [Show/Exhibition]
Konczak, J and Richards, Russell. (2006). Mass production. In: Mindplay 2006.
Owen, Maurice. (2006). Collectif Anglais ArtResearch. [Show/Exhibition]
Power, Lisa and Edwards, Christopher and Baker, Clive and Parry, Bryn. (2012). “Researching Museum Experiences … Experiences of Museum Research”. In: FBSE Research & Enterprise Conference, Southampton Solent University.
Richards, R. (2006). Users, interactivity and generation. New Media and Society Journal, 1 August 2006, 8 (4), pp. 531-550
Richards, R. (2004). An aesthetic or anaesthetic: developing a digital aesthetics of production. Journal of Media Practice, 1 March 2004, 5 (3), pp. 145-153
Rose, A.K. and Mason-Li, Mei and Nicholas, D and Hobbs, Malcolm. (2010). A new test to measure attentional bias and cognitive disinhibition in drinkers, based on the Hayling Task. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2010, 45 (6), pp. 501-506
Shone, Anton and Parry, Bryn. (2013). Downloadable cases and online interactive material, supporting Shone, A. and Parry, B., (2013), “Successful Event Management: a practical handbook”, 4th Ed., Andover, Cengage Learning. Cengage Learning. (In Press)
Slevin, Tom. (2008). The Wound and the First World War: ‘Cartesian’ Surgeries to Embodied Being in Psychoanalysis, Electrification and Skin Grafting. Body and Society, June 2008, 14 (2), pp. 39-61
Tempest, Alice Elizabeth. (2006). What are the main barriers to young women's acceptance of government health messages on binge drinking? [Final Year Project]