Vincent Campbell Publications

Campbell, V. and Lee, B. (2015) ‘The Slow Shift to the Digital Campaign: Online Political Posters’, in Jackson, D. and Thorsen, E. (eds) UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign, Poole: Centre for the Study of Journalism Culture and Community, Bournemouth University. [available as pdf from http://www.electionanalysis.uk].

Campbell, V. (2015) ‘Citizen Journalism and Active Citizenship’, in Price, S. and Sanz Sabido, R. (eds.) Contemporary Protest and the Legacy of Dissent, London: Rowman and Littlefield, pp.: 207-222.

Campbell, V. (2014) ‘Framing Environment Risks and Natural Disasters in Factual Entertainment Television’, Environmental Communication, Vol. 8(1): 58-74, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2013.848222.

Campbell, V. (2014) ‘Analysing Impossible Pictures: Computer Generated Imagery in Science Documentary and Factual Entertainment Television’ in Machin, D. (ed.) Handbooks of Communication Science: Visual Communication, Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, pp.: 463-482.

Al-Shaikh, E.A. and Campbell, V. (2013) ‘News Media and Political Socialization of Young People: The Case of Bahrain’, in Gunter, B. & Dickinson, R. (eds.) News Media and the Arab World: A Study of 10 Arab and Muslim Countries, New York: Bloomsbury, pp.: 153-172.

Campbell, V. (2013) ‘Playing with Controversial Images in Videogames: The Terrorist Mission Controversy in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’, in Atwood, F., Campbell, V., Hunter, I.Q. and Lockyer, S. (eds.) Controversial Images, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.: 254-268.

Atwood, F., Campbell, V., Hunter I.Q. and Lockyer, S. (2013) ‘Introduction: Media Controversy and the Crisis of the Image’, in Atwood, F., Campbell, V., Hunter, I.Q. and Lockyer, S. (eds.) Controversial Images, Basingstoke:    Palgrave Macmillan, pp.: 1-18.

Atwood, F., Campbell, V., Hunter, I.Q. and Lockyer, S. (eds.) (2013) Controversial Images, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Campbell, V., Gibson, R., Gunter, B., and Touri, M. (2010) ‘News Blogs, Mainstream News and News Agendas’, in Tunney, S. and Monaghan, G. (eds.) Web Journalism:// A New Form of Citizenship?, Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp.: 29-45.

Campbell, V. (2009) ‘Blogs in American Politics: From Lott to Lieberman’, Aslib Proceedings, 61(2): 139-154.

Gunter, B., Campbell, V., Touri, M. and Gibson, R. (2009) ‘Blogs, News and Credibility’, Aslib Proceedings, 61(2): 185-204. [Highly Commended Paper Award 2010, Emerald Literati Network]

Campbell, V. (2009) ‘The Extinct Animal Show:  The Paleoimagery Tradition and Computer Generated Imagery in Factual Television Programs’, Public Understanding of Science, 18(2): 199-213.

Campbell, V. (2006) ‘A Journalistic Deficit? A Comparative Content Analysis of British Television News Coverage of the 1994 and 2004 European Election Campaigns’, Journalism Studies, 7(4): 593-609.

Campbell, V. (2006) ‘Science, Public Relations and the Media: Problems of Knowledge and Interpretation’, in L’Etang, J & Piezcka, M (eds.) Public Relations: Critical Debates & Contemporary Problems, Mahwah, NJ: LEA, pp.: 205-220.

Campbell, V. (2004) Information Age Journalism: Journalism in International Context, London: Arnold.

Campbell, V. (2000) ‘ “You Either Believe it or You Don’t…”: Television Documentary and Pseudo-science’, in Izod, J & Kilborn, R (eds.) From Grierson to the Docu-soap, Luton: University of Luton Press.

Campbell, V. (1999) ‘“Trust No One…”: Television Documentary and Pseudo-science’, Media Education Journal, Summer 1999, pp.: 4-6.

 

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