Items where Division is "Faculty of Business and Law > Winchester School of Art" and Year is 2009

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Bishop, Ryan (ed.) (2009) Baudrillard now: current perspectives in Baudrillard studies, Cambridge, GB, Polity , 200pp. (Theory Now).

(2009) Desiring necessities: Susanne Burner, Marcelline Delbecq, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Cyprien Galliard, Ryan Gander, Mario Garcia Torres, Patrizio di Massimo, Joao Onofre, Olivia Plender, Jamis Shovlin, Matt Stokes, Conrad Venture.

(2009) Shona Illingworth: Balnakiel.

(2009) Zineb Sedira: Seafaring.

Ashton, D. (2009) Students in studios and user-creativity in professional places: An analysis of media production, amateur interests and professional practices. In, Media Education Summit, Liverpool, , GB, 08 - 09 Sep 2009.

Ashton, D. (2009) User-generated archives, collective memory and prefigurative practices: a case study of digital walkthroughs. In, The Visual Archive: The Moving Image and Memory workshop, Milton Keynes, GB, 28 - 29 May 2009.

Ashton, D. (2009) User-generated media and professions: machinima and the negotiation of industry transitions and professional practices. In, Ephemeral Media Workshop 1: Internet Attractions: Online Video and User-Generated Content, Nottingham, GB, 22 - 23 Jun 2009. AHRC Beyond the Text.

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) Making it professionally: student identity and industry professionals in higher education. Journal of Education and Work, 22, (4), 283-300. (doi:10.1080/13639080903290439).

Ashton, Daniel (2009) Media studies and the industry-ready agenda. Networks, 29.

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 (eds.) 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).

Roberts, Joanne (2009) The global knowledge economy in question. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 5, (4), 285-303. (doi:10.1108/17422040911003033).

Turney, Jo (2009) As seen on CCTV: anti-social knitwear and the horror of the hoodie. Fashion Theory (Russia)

Turney, Joanne (2009) The Culture of Knitting, London, GB, Berg Publishers, 286pp.

Whittaker, Paul (2009) Jakob Schlaepfer: a case study in innovation through laser technology. In, Cutting Edge: Lasers and Creativity Symposium, Loughborough, GB, 04 Nov 2009.

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.

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