Items where Course is BA (HONS) MEDIA STUDIES AND ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY

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Broers, David (2008) Icons of war: iconic images of conflict: impact, history and significance. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Carberry, James (2013) Exploring fragrance advertising: a progressive examination of how representations of femininity can be destructive to women. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Chen, Xiaoyu (2016) An exploration of British culture and class in Downton Abbey from a Chinese perspective. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Groves, Rebecca Alice (2013) Exploring avatar construction in second life: a misleading contrast to the real life human. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Holloway, Samantha (2012) Keeping a visual diary (sketchbook, journal, blog): how important is this during the creative process? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Hopkins, S. (2016) To what extent can Made in Chelsea (Channel 4, 2011-) be seen as an example of Disneyfication? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Jennings, Nicole (2016) ‘Oh, no, baby, no. You’re not going to die. They are.’: Female action protagonists in Aliens (1986), The long kiss goodnight (1996), and The hunger games (2012). BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Kay, Amy (2008) Extreme makeover programmes: how a glorified account of transformation legitimises the use of cosmetic surgery. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Khurana, Kamal (2011) The positive and negative effects of the digital music revolution: how the Internet, technology and file-sharing has shaped the modern day music industry. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Kiudulas, M. (2016) Video games: blessing or a curse? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Lacan, Paul (2016) Exploring the impact of virtual reality in a contemporary gaming audience. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Lancaster, Curtis (2013) Why do audiences still choose to listen to radio? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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McDonald, Jonathan (2015) Mass media's influence on women's body image in the western world (particularly focusing on U.S. and UK examples). BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

McDougall, Arran (2011) It has been suggested that in recent years the content of MMORPG games is becoming increasingly “dumbed down”. To what extent is this true, and what effects are the changes having on the communities. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Mckenna, Aran (2015) Benefits TV: representation of welfare claimants on British reality television. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Moyes, J. (2016) Sexual violence: a feminist, critical approach to pornography and Fifty shades of grey. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Newey, Stephen (2011) Section 28: an investigation into the British media and homophobia; with particular reference to education. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Nicholls, Peter Pathai (2012) Shockvertising. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Ogbe-Millar, Boulique (2012) Media, suffering and Rwanda. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Pike, Harold (2012) BBC News coverage of Libya: an analysis of pro and anti-Qadhafi groups. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Pike, Jodie (2011) Exploring the possible future of the lesbian television experience: from Springfield to Venice. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Staines, Jake (2015) How far does the sitcom The Big Bang Theory go in defying stereotypical patriarchal gender roles. BSc dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Stockley, Samuel (2011) Nature documentaries and the truth: popularising wildlife programming for the 21st century audience. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Sullivan, Claudia (2015) Investigate how personal branding on social media could positively impact employment opportunities. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Watson, Nicholas R. (2011) Muhammad in South Park (1997-present): an analysis of satirical exposition of religion and ethnicity in contemporary animation. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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