Our research directly informs our teaching across both undergraduate and postgraduate journalism courses. We research a scale of topics, from journalism and the implications of it, to migration and refugees, to media and journalism in China and Hong Kong.
Take a look at some of the work we have been involve in.
Total number of results: 91
The secret state and the people
An institutional history of internal communication in the UK
SMEs digital footprints and their ethical implications
B Corporations and Corporate Social Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship, resilience and rural community branding
Strengthening the rights of the waste pickers as entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship through intergenerational crowdfunding
Leveraging millets enterprises for women's economic empowerment
Resource-smart food production and consumption
Tackling food waste challenge using supply chain control towers
Global agricultural supply chains and trade mechanisms
Towards a green and sustainable ecosystem for the EU Port of the Future