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Blog Entry The mobile phone: a tool for sousveillance?
The mobile phone - ubiquitous and everyday but can it help to provide power to the powerless? Dr Paul Reilly from the University of Leicester's Department of Media and Communication examines the use of mobile phones to bypass media censorship and raise questions about the conduct of authority figures.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Media and Communication
Blog Entry The television: an electronic babysitter for the incarcerated?
Professor Yvonne Jewkes from the Department of Criminology investigates the use of televisions in prisons.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Criminology
Blog Entry The photograph
Smart phones have made taking pictures an everyday form of communication. Charlotte Barratt examines the photograph as a tool for overcoming language and communication barriers.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Museum Studies
Blog Entry 3 steps for a sustainable Easter break
Before you leave for the holidays, here's 3 top steps for making your break low-cost, low-stress and better for the planet too!
Located in Offices / / Social Impact Team News / 2017 News

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