My article ‘Every Little helps? YouTube, sousveillance and the ‘anti-Tesco’ riot in Bristol’ has been published in New Media & Society today.
The full reference is:
Reilly, P. (2015) Every Little helps? YouTube, sousveillance and the ‘anti-Tesco’ riot in Bristol, New Media and Society. 17(5): 755-771, DOI: 10.1177/1461444813512195.
A preprint version of this can be found under Publications.
Tomorrow I will present some of the findings from the Screencasts in Media Studies project at the British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes (BALEAP) conference, which is being held at the University of Leicester.
The symposium, entitled ‘Institutional perspectives on the international student’ will involve academics and support staff from Leicester. Details on the panel can be found
The powerpoint for my presentation can be found here
I have written a short article for Think: Leicester summarising some of the key findings from my Northern Ireland Community Relations Council funded study of Twitter activity during the Ardoyne parade dispute in July 2014.
The full report, entitled ‘Social Media, Parades and Protest,’ also involved a series of interviews with relevant stakeholders conducted by independent researcher Dr Orna Young. It can be downloaded here