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The problem of political marketing
Towards a theorisation of the link between media, religion and conflict
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2009)
Sexual violence and free speech in popular music
(Cambridge University Press, 2019-05-01)
This article re-examines the use of arguments in favour of free speech when faced with difficult subjects in music, such as sexual violence against women. We present a new perspective on the 1985 US Senate Hearing on ...
Pursuing the diversity and inclusion agenda: the PSA in the UK
The politics of normalising gendered violence: feminised austerity and masculinised wealth creation
(Bristol University Press, 2019-09)
According to UN data, 1 in 3 women worldwide are subject to violence. Yet male sexual violence often fails to be part of public discourse. To explore this relative silencing of discussion is to consider how media narratives ...
Women politicians in the UK press: not seen and not heard?
(Taylor and Francis, 2015-10-15)
Are you tough enough? Performing gender in the UK 2015 leader debates
Putting the studies back in to metal music studies
(Intellect Ltd, 2018)
Rape jokes aren't funny: the mainstreaming of rape jokes in contemporary newspaper discourse
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-02-13)
The #MeToo campaign has reminded us that male sexual violence, harassment, and abuse towards women is not a new phenomenon. But alongside the visibility of the perpetrators and experiences of myriad women, this recent ...