Items where Division is "Faculty of Business and Law > Winchester School of Art" and Year is 2010
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(2010) Arcade. Dundee Contemporary Art Centre, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, GB.
(2010) Dark places: Beatrice DeCosta, Office of Experiments, Halford & Beard, Steve Rowell (collaboration with Arts Catalyst & SCAN). John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, GB.
(2010) Dawnbreakers. John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, GB.
(2010) Ground Level: Hayward Touring Curatorial Open II. John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, GB.
Ashton, D. (2010) Digital gaming and the documentary form: agency, engagement and designed experiences. In, Documentary Now, London, GB, 15 - 16 Jan 2010.
Ashton, D. (2010) Freelancing, moonlighting, networking, volunteering: cultural workers-in-the-making. In, The Future of Cultural Work, Milton Keynes, GB, 07 Jun 2010.
Ashton, D. (2010) Positioning participatory production. In, DCRD Symposium: Access All Areas, Bristol, GB, 21 May 2010.
Ashton, D. (2010) Researching creative media work: Media Studies in/and the creative economy. In, Higher Education and the Creative Economy, Southampton, GB, 22 - 23 Mar 2010.
Ashton, D. (2010) Spectacular technologies, spectacular futures: showcasing perpetual innovation. In, Glorious Technicolor, Breathtaking CinemaScope Conference, 27 Feb 2010. Warwick, GB,
Ashton, D. (2010) 'You just end up feeling more professional': media production and industry-ready personhood. In, MeCCSA 2010, London, GB, 06 - 08 Jan 2010.
Ashton, D. and Feasey, R. (2010) "This is not how cancer looks": public understandings of celebrity and risk in the news. In, Celebrity News, Geneva, CH, 15 - 17 Sep 2010.
Ashton, D. and Jeune, N. (2010) Cultural work and creative agency: contexts and practical means. In, The Creativity and Work Conference, London, GB,
Ashton, Daniel (2010) Awarding the self in Wikipedia: identity work and the disclosure of knowledge. First Monday, 16, (1) (doi:10.5210/fm.v16i1.3156).
Ashton, Daniel (2010) From the bedroom to beyond: identifying (with) industry tools and technologies. In, Affective Fabrics of Digital Culture: Feelings, Technologies, Politics, Manchester, GB, 03 - 04 Jun 2010. University of Manchester.
Ashton, Daniel (2010) Player, student, designer: games design students and changing relationships with games. Games and Culture, 5, (3), 256-277. (doi:10.1177/1555412009359766).
Ashton, Daniel (2010) Productive passions and everyday pedagogies: exploring the industry-ready agenda in higher education. Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, 9, (1), 41-56. (doi:10.1386/adch.9.1.41_1).
Ashton, Daniel (2010) You just end up feeling more professional: media production and industry-ready personhood. Networks, 10, 14-19.
Ashton, Daniel and Newman, James (2010) Relations of control: walkthroughs and the structuring of player agency. The Fibreculture Journal, 16, (110)
Avakian, Stephanos, Clark, Timothy and Roberts, Joanne (2010) Examining the relationship between trust and culture in the consultant-client relationship. In, Saunders, Mark N.K., Skinner, Denise, Dietz, Graham, Gillespie, Nicole and Lewicki, Roy J. (eds.) Organisational Trust: A Cultural Perspective. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 129-155. (Cambridge Companions to Management).
Bishop, Ryan and Phillips, John (2010) Modernist avant-garde aesthetics and contemporary military technology: technicities of perception, Edinburgh, GB, Edinburgh University Press, 248pp.
Feasey, R. and Ashton, D. (2010) 'Not just documented but sold': Jade and death on the TV, radio, magazines, news, and the web. In, Death and the Media : Joint BSA Death, Dying and Bereavement Study Group and BSA Media Study Group Event, London, GB, 15 Nov 2010.
Jeune, N. and Ashton, D. (2010) Artswork Media: a work-related learning environment. In, The Creativity and Work Conference, London, GB, 12 Nov 2010.
Mahon, Nicholas (2010) Art Direction, Lausanne, CH, AVA Publishing, 184pp. (Basics Advertising, 02).
Manghani, Sunil (2010) Japan: lost in translation, or nothing to see but everything. In, Elkins, James (eds.) Visual Cultures. Chicago, US, Intellect with University of Chicago Press, 27-42.
Parikka, Jussi (2010) Insect media: an archaeology of animals and technology, Minneapolis, US, University of Minnesota Press, 320pp. (Posthumanities).
Roberts, Joanne (2010) Community and international business futures: insights from software production. Futures, 42, (9), 926-936. (doi:10.1016/j.futures.2010.08.023).
Roberts, Joanne and Fuller, Ted (2010) International business: past, present and futures. Futures, 42, (9), 901 -909. (doi:10.1016/j.futures.2010.08.019).
Turney, Jo (2010) The bigger the better or why size matters: knitting as reparation’. Fashion Theory (Russia), 18, (4)
Turney, Jo (2010) Sex in the sitting room: renegotiating the fashionable British domestic interior for the post-permissive generation. In, Forster, Laurel and Harper, Sue (eds.) British Culture and Society in the 1970s: The Lost Decade. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 263-274.
Turney, Jo (2010) Spinning straw into gold: the ‘new’ woman in contemporary knit lit. In, Hemmings, Jessica (eds.) In the Loop. London, GB, Black Dog Publishing.
Turney, Joanne (2010) In the vernacular. In, The Climate Is Changing - Catalogue. Padula, IT, International Feltmakers Association.
Walters, Victoria (2010) The artist as Shaman: the work of Joseph Beuys and Marcus Coates. In, Schneider, Arnd and Wright, Christopher (eds.) Between Art and Anthropology: Contemporary Ethnographic Practice. Oxford, GB, Berg, 35-48.
Walters, Victoria (2010) Working 'in the opposite direction': Joseph Beuys in the field. Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 19, (2), Autumn Issue, 22-43. (doi:10.3167/ajec.2010.190203).