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Backchannel chat: peaks and troughs in a Twitter response to three televised debates during the Scottish Independence Referendum campaign 2014. (2014)
Working Paper
PEDERSEN, S., BAXTER, G., BURNETT, S., GOKER, A., CORNEY, D., and MARTIN, C. 2014. Backchannel chat: peaks and troughs in a Twitter response to three televised debates during the Scottish Independence Referendum campaign 2014. Aberdeen Business School working paper series, 7(2).

Social-networking services such as Twitter offer users the potential to participate in public debate. When used whilst watching a television programme, Twitter allows backchannel discussion and debate in real time, which can add a new dimension and p... Read More about Backchannel chat: peaks and troughs in a Twitter response to three televised debates during the Scottish Independence Referendum campaign 2014..

The 2014 Scottish independence referendum: a study of voters' online information behaviour. (2014)
Journal Article
BAXTER, G. and MARCELLA, R. 2014. The 2014 Scottish independence referendum: a study of voters' online information behaviour. Information research [online], 19(4, Supplement): proceedings of the 2014 Information behaviour conference (ISIC 2014), 2-5 September 2014, Leeds, UK, paper number isicsp5. Available from: http://www.informationr.net/ir/19-4/isic/isicsp5.html

Introduction. The paper will present the preliminary results of a study of voters' online information behaviour being conducted during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum campaign. The referendum provides a rare opportunity to explore politicia... Read More about The 2014 Scottish independence referendum: a study of voters' online information behaviour..

Rough justice? Exploring the relationship between information access and environmental and ecological justice pertaining to two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. (2014)
Journal Article
BAXTER, G. 2014. Rough justice? Exploring the relationship between information access and environmental and ecological justice pertaining to two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. Cosmopolitan civil societies: an interdisciplinary journal [online], 6(2), pages 94-116. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5130/ccs.v6i2.3914

This paper explores the relationship between information access and environmental and ecological justice through an historical comparison of two controversial coastal developments in Aberdeenshire, North-east Scotland: the building of a North Sea gas... Read More about Rough justice? Exploring the relationship between information access and environmental and ecological justice pertaining to two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland..

The communication and exchange of information between state and stakeholders. (2014)
Thesis
BAXTER, G. 2014. The communication and exchange of information between state and stakeholders. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

This thesis presents a critical review of the candidates Portfolio of Public Output, which is based on research conducted in the period November 2000 to date, and which consists of 21 peer-reviewed, publicly available papers published since 2001. The... Read More about The communication and exchange of information between state and stakeholders..

Rough justice? Information access and environmental justice relating to two controversial coastal developments in North East Scotland. (2014)
Presentation / Conference
BAXTER, G. 2014. Rough justice? Information access and environmental justice relating to two controversial coastal developments in North East Scotland. Presented at the 2014 Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference (SLSA 2014), 9-11 April 2014, Aberdeen, UK.

This proposed paper will explore the relationship between information access and environmental justice through an historical comparison of two controversial coastal developments in North East Scotland: the construction of a gas terminal by the Britis... Read More about Rough justice? Information access and environmental justice relating to two controversial coastal developments in North East Scotland..

Open for business? (2014)
Journal Article
BAXTER, G. 2014. Open for business? An historical comparative study of public access to information about two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. Information research [online], 19(1), paper 603. Available from: http://www.informationr.net/ir/19-1/paper603.html

This paper compares public access to information about two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland: the construction of a gas terminal by the British Gas Council and Total in the 1970s, and the current development of 'the world's gr... Read More about Open for business?.

Local heroes or village idiots? (2014)
Presentation / Conference
BAXTER, G. 2014. Local heroes or village idiots? Press portrayal of opponents of two controversial coastal developments in North East Scotland. Presented at the 2014 Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association annual conference (MeCCSA 2014), 8-10 January 2014, Bournemouth, UK.

This conference paper presented the main results of the comparative analysis of newspaper coverage of two controversial coastal developments in North East Scotland: the building of a North Sea gas reception terminal at St. Fergus in the 1970s; and th... Read More about Local heroes or village idiots?.