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What are you feeling right now? Communities of maternal feeling on Mumsnet. (2016)
Journal Article
PEDERSEN, S. and LUPTON, D. 2018. What are you feeling right now? Communities of maternal feeling on Mumsnet. Emotion, space and society [online], 26, pages 57-63. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emospa.2016.05.001

In this article, we present an analysis of how communities of maternal feeling are configured by users on the discussion boards of Mumsnet, a popular British online parenting forum. A search was conducted to find threads with the phrase 'I feel' in t... Read More about What are you feeling right now? Communities of maternal feeling on Mumsnet..

Finishing the 'unfinished' story: online newspaper discussion threads as journalistic texts. (2016)
Journal Article
MORRISON, J. 2016. Finishing the 'unfinished' story: online newspaper discussion threads as journalistic texts. Digital journalism [online], 5(2), pages 213-232. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2016.1165129

Discussion threads published beneath articles on news websites have only lately become the subject of serious scholarship. While early research preoccupied itself with the hostile nature of comments posted on such forums, and the issue of moderation,... Read More about Finishing the 'unfinished' story: online newspaper discussion threads as journalistic texts..

International assistance and national and individual contributions in the development of education for library, information and archival studies: some evidence from a case study. (2016)
Journal Article
JOHNSON, I.M. 2016. International assistance and national and individual contributions in the development of education for library, information and archival studies: some evidence from a case study. Libri [online], 66(1), pages 3-12. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1515/libri-2015.0110

This is a very brief summary of a study that focused on the development of education for library, archive, and information services (LIS) in Iraq, where significant progress seemed to have been made before the Second Gulf War, despite the country's i... Read More about International assistance and national and individual contributions in the development of education for library, information and archival studies: some evidence from a case study..

First forays into research data dissemination: a tale from the Kansas City Fed. (2016)
Journal Article
CANNON, S. and PAN, D. 2016. First forays into research data dissemination: a tale from the Kansas City Fed. IASSIST quarterly [online], 40(1), pages 35-39. Available from: https://doi.org/10.29173/iq626

The Federal Reserve System has a longer tradition of doing economic research than disseminating data from economic research. Each of the 12 Reserve Banks and the Board of Governors have research departments that together publish nearly 1,000 working... Read More about First forays into research data dissemination: a tale from the Kansas City Fed..

Familiar strangers, juvenile panic and the British press: the decline of social trust. (2016)
Book
MORRISON, J. 2016. Familiar strangers, juvenile panic and the British press: the decline of social trust. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan [online]. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137529954

Though we have long regarded our children as subjects of moral scrutiny and concern, rarely have they been treated with such heightened anxiety - or profound ambivalence - as they are in today's Britain. Late-modern childhood, as this book demonstrat... Read More about Familiar strangers, juvenile panic and the British press: the decline of social trust..

Information: interactions and impact (i3) conference 2015. (2016)
Journal Article
REID, P. and COOPER, K. 2016. Information: interactions and impact (i3) conference 2015. Journal of information science [online], 42(3), pages 291-293. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551516639853

The Information: Interactions and Impact (i3) conference was established in 2007 at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, as an international forum to bring together academic and practitioner researchers interested in exploring the quality and effectiv... Read More about Information: interactions and impact (i3) conference 2015..

Framing families: 'deserving' vs 'undeserving' households and neighbourhoods as glimpsed through juvenile panic stories in the online press. (2016)
Presentation / Conference
MORRISON, J. 2016. Framing families: 'deserving' vs 'undeserving' households and neighbourhoods as glimpsed through juvenile panic stories in the online press. Presented at the 66th International conference of Political Studies Association (PSA) annual conference: politics and the good life, 21-23 March 2016, Brighton, UK. London: PSA [online]. Available from: https://www.psa.ac.uk/sites/default/files/conference/papers/2016/Framing%20Families%20conference%20paper.pdf

Highly dramatized narratives about children have become a staple of late-modern popular discourse - from media-stoked horror stories about child abuse and abduction to more conventional moral panics, often mobilized by politicians and state agencies,... Read More about Framing families: 'deserving' vs 'undeserving' households and neighbourhoods as glimpsed through juvenile panic stories in the online press..

Linking for influence: Twitter linked content in the Scottish Referendum televised debates. (2016)
Journal Article
BURNETT, S. and BLOICE, L. 2016. Linking for influence: Twitter linked content in the Scottish Referendum televised debates. Journal of information science [online], 42(3), pages 396-409. Available from https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551515624355

Twitter, the micro-blogging social media tool, has established a critical role in facilitating social engagement. Its low technical and economic barriers to uptake provide a readily accessible forum for public engagement with events such as televised... Read More about Linking for influence: Twitter linked content in the Scottish Referendum televised debates..