Chris Hart

Chris Hart
University of Chester | UC · Media

PhD Advertising/Linguistics

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H a r t (2 0 1 8) C o p y r i g h t Chapter 2 Remember Scarborough Re-Active Propaganda as Natural Ethics This chapter examines the morality of the German naval bombardment of seaside towns on the East coast of England in December 1914. It argues that while Hartlepool was a militarised town with Royal Navy vessels in its harbour and gun emplaceme...
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Seven decades on, media representations of World War II remain at the heart of debates about the nation. The chapters in this volume address both contemporaneous coverage of the conflict, and its portrayal in postwar media. 'World War II and the Media' is a collection of original works that take an inter-disciplinary approach to the study of both f...
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Report of a survey into the economic and social impact of the historic vehicle movement/interest in the UK. Presented in December at the Houses of Parliament.
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A collection of essays by leading international scholars including Howard S Becker on the importance of the Chicago School of Sociology.
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A collection of original studies into the relationships between Englishness as represented in heroes and heroines. Contributors, Arthur Aughey, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland Jose Prieto Arranz, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain Teresa Barnard, University of Derby, England M. A. Kevin Brice, Edge Hill College of Higher Education, En...
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Digital edition of papers presented at the Englishness: Diversity, Differences and Identity conference.
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Identity, Self & Symbolism v1;N2 now defunct journal. Edited by Josephine Dolan (The School of Cultural Studies University of the West of England) and José I. Prieto Arranz (University of the Balearic Islands Palma de Mallorca, Spain). Papers from a conference held at University of the Balearic Islands, 2006. Contributors, So you want to be a nati...
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Part of a European study - 12 countries - undertaken by Paul Frost (University of Brighton) Geoff Smith (FIVA/FBHVC) and Chris Hart (University of Chester). The study gathered data from clubs across 12 EU countries with a report produced for each country and an aggregated report on all 12. Results were presented at the Town Hall, Brussels to commis...
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Selection of papers from the 2005 conference 'Englishness: Diversity, Differences and Identities" - published in a now defunct journal (see issue 2 for more papers). Contributions, Defining ‘English’, Howard Jackson, University of Central England, England The Hero Under Fire, Terry Phillips, Liverpool Hope University College, England Imagined Engl...
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A comprehensive guide to doing a Master level research.
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A practical guide to doing effective and efficient searches for relevant literature.
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This article reports on a survey of poster collections in UK information units. The authors describe the research and provide a brief guide to some of the major poster collections in the UK.
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To date, many mainstream ILS practitioners and educationalists have ignored fan-produced literature due to the inherently ephemeral nature of the material and the fact that the majority of the information is outside normal bibliographic control. The advent of the Internet has provided fans with a new forum to create and exchange information, much o...
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A pedagogical approach to doing a scholarly review of literature on your topic. Not a simple how to do book but one that engender thinking.
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This chapter shows how Ethnomethodological methods can be used to make visible the narrative intelligibility of a 30 second story: television commercial.
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At the centre of most cities and towns in the UK, public library buildings form a significant part of the civic landscape. No other country has such an extensive collection of buildings principally designed for the collection, categorization, storage and provision of knowledge, learning and information, dedicated for public use. Argues that the rol...
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Suggests that, while quality systems and the measurement of quality in higher education are much discussed, there has been little focus on what quality organizations are actually like to work in. Quality systems generate a quality culture and this is what is at the heart of successful quality organizations. Examines organizational culture and indic...
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Introducción a la revisión bibliográfica, que reúne métodos y técnicas para ejecutar esta etapa de un proceso de investigación.

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The aim of producing a 2nd edn is to fully up date the content, especially the examples, while keeping true to the original in that this is a text that encourages engagement with the process of searching, thinking about which sources are the most relevant, and then reading them with a purpose. It is the opposite to the raft of procedural texts claiming you can do a review in so many easy steps. The core argument in the text is that so-call systematic review relies on, and has the prerequisite, of, the so-called traditional review. I have re-named each of these as the 'interventionist' and 'scholastic' and re-specified their relative features. I will be developing a web site for the book to provide extra examples and links to useful stuff. I will also be giving some interactive, hands on workshops in London, probably at the SRHE, and at the University of Chester beginning in the Spring of 2018.