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Items where subject is "Books. Writing. Paleography"

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Number of items at this level: 16.

Weir, G. R. S. and Ozasa, T., eds. (2008) Texts, textbooks and readability. ICTATLL Workshop . University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. ISBN 978 0947649 69 7

Colin, Beatrice (2016) How to make your stories exciting. Scottish Book Trust, Edinburgh.

Duncan, Sallyanne (2009) Digital doorstepping and the death knock : ethical issues surrounding the use of social networking sites in reporting personal tragedy. In: Future of Journalism Conference, 2009-09-10 - 2009-09-11. (Unpublished)

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2017) Reporting Bad News : Negotiating the Boundaries between Intrusion and Fair Representation. Peter Lang AG, New York. ISBN 978-1-4331-2563-8

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2011) The death knock and the Dowler effect: could Hackgate and the use of social media transform the relationship between journalists and the bereaved? In: Institute of Communication Ethics Annual Conference, 2011-10-28 - 2011-10-28. (Unpublished)

Mahn, Churnjeet; Thompson, Carl, ed. (2015) Travel writing and sexuality : queering the genre. In: The Routledge Companion to Travel Writing. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780415825245

Newton, Jackie and Duncan, Sallyanne; Keeble, Richard Lance and Mair, John, eds. (2012) Hacking into tragedy : exploring the ethics of death reporting in the social media age. In: The Phone Hacking Scandal. Arima. ISBN 9781845495565

O'Neill, Eamonn (2010) Missing in action: an analysis of the current state of investigative journalism in the UK. In: Association of Journalism Education, 2010-10-04.

O'Neill, Eamonn (2011) Using specialist investigative journalism techniques in miscarriage of justice cases. In: Innocence Network UK Annual Training Conference, 2011-03-25 - 2011-03-25, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP.

O'Neill, Eamonn; Naughton, Michael and Tan, Gabe, eds. (2010) Using the Media. In: Claims of Innocence. University of Bristol, pp. 65-70. ISBN 978-0-9561001-3-9

O'Neill, Eamonn (2010) Why investigative journalism can assist evaluating alleged miscarriage of justice cases: a case-study analysis. In: Innocence Network UK, 2010-11-19.

Rodero, Jesus; Posso, Karl, ed. (2012) The fantastic short stories of Adolfo Bioy Casares. In: Adolfo Bioy Casares. University of Wales Press. ISBN 9780708325377

Soltysek, Raymond (2012) A little often: changing the creative writing culture in secondary classrooms. In: Write Now!, 2012-03-09 - 2012-03-10.

Weir, G. R. S. and Anagnostou, N. K. (2007) Exploring newspapers : a case study in corpus analysis. In: ICTATLL Workshop 2007, 2007-08-01 - 2007-08-02.

Weir, G. R. S. and Morran, M. (2010) Hiding the hidden message : approaches to textual steganography. International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, 3 (3). pp. 223-233.

Williams, Nik and McMenemy, David and Smith, Lauren (2018) Scottish Chilling : Impact of Government and Corporate Surveillance on Writers. [Report]

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