Dr Josephine Coleman
Lecturer in Media and Public Relations
Gaskell Building 166
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: +44 (0)1895 266620
- Artist-researchers on the Margins: Communities of Practice Beyond the PhD
- Strength in Numbers: The challenges of running community radio in the United Kingdom
- Digital Innovations and the Production of Local Content in Community Radio
- UK COMMUNITY RADIO PRODUCTION RESPONSES TO COVID-19
- 'Situating journalistic coverage ... local community radio production in the United Kingdom'
- Film & Television
- Theatre, Music and Film/TV
- Arts and Humanities
- College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
Past research includes practice-based explorations of media production in community radio. Her PhD (2020) is informed by interdisciplinary discourses, positioned in media, communications and cultural studies; the thesis highlights the importance of ‘the local’ in everyday life and the value of unpaid labour in media production, particularly in suburban contexts.
Interests include: Historical and cultural geographies of radio broadcasting; Radio and communities; Digital media content production practices; Journalistic practice; Promotional cultures and public relations; Sociality and social gain; Digitally-driven convergences; Practice-based research and teaching; Qualitative research methods and the reflexive mindset; Content analysis of aural texts; Storytelling and the dramatized documentary form; participative research approaches.