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Berry, Richard (2020) Podcasting in the UK: Slow growth in a mature market. In: Podcast trends and issues in Australia and beyond: global perspectives. News & Media Research Centre, Canberra, Australia, pp. 46-47. ISBN 9781740885102

Berry, Richard (2020) Radio, music, podcasts – BBC Sounds: Public service radio and podcasts in a platform world. The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media, 18 (1). pp. 63-78. ISSN 1476-4504

Brewis, Georgina, Hellawell, Sarah and Laqua, Daniel (2020) Rebuilding the Universities after the Great War: Ex-Service Students, Scholarships and the Reconstruction of Student Life in England. History, 105 (364). pp. 82-106. ISSN 1468-229X


Gomes Gargamala, Miguel (2020) “A Triangular Affair”: Oddities, Readability and Excitement in the Translation of the Old English Elegies into Spanish. In: Literature, Science & Religion Textual Transmission and Translation in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Problemata Literaria (88). Edition Reichenberger, 235 -256. ISBN 9783967280036


Hulsmeier, Adelle (2020) Working beyond end-point assessments to deliver employability experiences: The University of Sunderland’s Crime Awareness student film projects in collaboration with Northumbria Police and its Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC). Enhancing Graduate Employability: a case study compendium. pp. 11-15.


Kefala Kerr, John (2020) Variations on a Theme of Agatha Christie. [Composition]

Kefala-Kerr, John (2020) Lockdown Diaries: The Outsider. [Composition]


Larke-Walsh, George S. (2020) The Rise of the satellite character: Boardwalk Empire’s Nelson Van Alden. In: SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) Annual Conference, March 17-21 2021, Online.

Lockwood, Alex (2020) [Review] Paula Acari. Making Sense of ‘Food’ Animals: A Critical Exploration of the Persistence of Meat. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 356 pp. Animal Studies Journal.


Mitchell, Caroline (2020) Women’s Radio Production. In: The International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication. Wiley. ISBN 9781119429128

Moores, Shaun (2020) The everyday skills that get us by: Non-representational theories for a linealogy of quotidian cultures. European Journal of Cultural Studies. p. 136754942091986. ISSN 1460-3551


Price, John (2020) Sports Journalism and the Reporting of Caster Semenya. In: Routledge Handbook of Sports Journalism. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780367563592


Scott, Rachel and Smith, Clarissa (2020) What and how: doing good research with young people, digital intimacies, and relationships and sex education. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning (Sex Education). ISSN 1468-1811

Smith, Angela (2020) Clean eating's surprising normalisation: the case of Nigella Lawson. Discourse, Context and Media. ISSN 2211-6958

Smith, Angela (2020) Introduction to Gender Equality in Changing Times. In: Gender Equality in Changing Times: Multidisciplinary reflections on struggles and progress. Palgrave, London, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9783030265694

Smith, Angela (2020) Just call me Dave: David Cameron's perilous populist status. Journal of Language and Politics. ISSN 1569-2159

Smith, Angela and Higgins, Michael (2020) The Language of Journalism: a multi-genre approach. Second edition. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781501351679

Smith, Angela and Higgins, Michael (2020) Tough guys and little rocket men: @RealDonaldTrump's Twitter feed and the normalisation of banal masculinity. Social Semiotics. ISSN 1035-0330

Smith, Angela and Higgins, Michael (2020) The mediated communication of gender and equality in contemporary politics: from equality of representation to the re-emergence of the masculine. Journal of Language and Politics, 19 (1). ISSN 1569-2159

Storey, John (2020) The Happy Place That Exists Nowhere. Critical Survey, 32 (3). pp. 33-44. ISSN 1752-2293


Ward, Daniel (2020) “Your Body Belongs to the State”: The Mobilization of the Action Heroine in Service of the State in Red Sparrow and Atomic Blonde. In: Cold War II: Hollywood's Renewed Obsession With Russia. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, pp. 112-128. ISBN 9781496831149

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