Items where Division is "Faculty of Business and Law > Winchester School of Art" and Year is 2009
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Ashton, Daniel (2009) Critical thinking across contexts. Politics and Culture, 10, (4)
Ashton, Daniel (2009) Interactions, delegations and online digital games players in communities of practice. Participations: International Journal of Audience Research, 6, (1), 1-24.
Ashton, Daniel (2009) Thinking with games: exploring digital gaming imaginaries and values in higher education. Journal of Media Practice, 10, (1), 57-68.
Beltran Lahoz, Pilar (2009) The fiction of reality: confinement and displacement, an introduction to research. University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Doctoral Thesis , 122pp.
Bishop, Ryan (2009) Introduction: The end of Baudrillard and beyond. In, Bishop, Ryan (ed.) Baudrillard Now: Current Perspectives in Baudrillard Studies. Cambridge, GB, Polity. (Theory Now).
Davis, August (2009) The political is personal: Martha Rosler's positions in the lifeworld. In, University of Liverpool 7th Annual Art History PhD Conference, Liverpool, UK,
Davis, August (2009) Review. Art & Today by Eleanor Heartney. The Art Book, 16, (4), 45-46.
Gurau, Calin and Ranchhod, Ashok (2009) Consumer privacy issues in mobile commerce: a comparative study of British, French and Romanian consumers. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 26, (7), 496-507. (doi:10.1108/07363760911001556).
Hopkins, John (2009) The status of contemporary fashion illustration. In, Shenzhen Design Forum, Shenzhen, CN, Dec 2009.
Legohérel, Patrick, Daucé, Bruno, Hsu, Cathy H. C. and Ranchhold, Ashok (2009) Culture, time orientation, and exploratory buying behavior. Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 21, (2), 93-107. (doi:10.1080/08961530802153029).
Manghani, Sunil (2009) Love messaging: mobile phone txting seen through the lens of tanka poetry. Theory Culture & Society, 26, (2-3), 209-232. (doi:10.1177/0263276409103130).
Wildevuur , Sabine (2009) The parallel structure of science and art. In, Invisible Vision: Could Science Learn from the Arts. Uitgever, The Netherlands, Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum.