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Welcome to this subject guide for Media, which covers resources for Advertising, Cultural Studies, Journalism, Media, Public Relations and Publishing.
Some recent additions to the Library
The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods by The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods offers a step-by-step guide to overcoming the challenges inherent in research projects that deal with 'big and broad data', from the formulation of research questions through to the interpretation of findings. The handbook includes chapters on specific social media platforms such as Twitter, Sina Weibo and Instagram, as well as a series of critical chapters. The holistic approach is organised into the following sections: Conceptualising & Designing Social Media Research Collection & Storage Qualitative Approaches to Social Media Data Quantitative Approaches to Social Media Data Diverse Approaches to Social Media Data Analytical Tools Social Media Platforms This handbook is the single most comprehensive resource for any scholar or graduate student embarking on a social media project.
Publication Date: 2017-02-27
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Help with Academic writing
Peter Thomas is the Academic Writing and Language Lecturer for Media students.
Peter can help you excel in your academic communication, whether this is in written assignments or oral presentations, as well as using information effectively and ethically in your work.