Search results for 'Social Media' (10)
Dr Cristina Miguel
Dr Cristina Miguel is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Communication at Leeds Beckett University.
Gaspard PelursonGaspard Pelurson joined the School of Cultural Studies and Humanities at Leeds Beckett University as a Lecturer in Media in January 2019. He explores the manifestations of queerness in video games and the use of game mechanics in media texts.
Neil Kelley is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the Marketing Subject Group at Leeds Business School. Neil is responsible for both undergraduate marketing degrees, Marketing Management and Marketing with Advertising Management.
Senior lecturer and postgraduate leader in journalism at Leeds Beckett University. A judge of the 2012 Orwell prize.
Dr Audra Diers-Lawson
In her career of more than 20 years, Dr. Diers-Lawson has been a practitioner, researcher and instructor in strategic communication with an emphasis on crisis response and brand management. She is also the Chair of the Crisis Communication Division of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)
Dr Daniel Kilvington
Dan's research interests include anti-racism, social media and sport. His book 'Sport and Discrimination' draws on examples from football, rugby, cricket, tennis, climbing, the Olympics and the Paralympics to explore racism, sexism, homophobia, disability and the role of the media in both perpetuating and tackling discrimination in sport.
Dr Dan Laughey
Dr Dan Laughey BA (Hons), PGCE, MA, PhD
Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for BA (Hons) Media, Communication, Cultures
Dr Brian Jones
Brian joined Leeds Beckett University in 2004 as Senior Lecturer in Marketing. Since joining Leeds Beckett University Brian has been engaged in teaching and lecturing, academic and applied research, funded projects (e.g. Erasmus plus) and consultancy (e.g. ERDF).
Karl Hodge is a former journalist, currently Course Leader for BA Journalism, with research interests in narrative VR construction.
Dr Nova Deighton-Smith
Dr Nova Deighton-Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Local Research Ethics Chair for the Psychology department. Her teaching reflects research interests in both health and social psychology with a specific focus on the psychology of appearance and role of media.