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 Current Research Students

Name:Supervisor(s):Research Title:
Ricardo Castellini Da SilvaMiriam Judge,
Trish Morgan
From Literacy to Media Literacy: A Study on the Interface Between Mediated Communication and Education and its Implications for the Irish Second-Level Education
Seamus FarrellEugenia SiaperaThe Political Economy of Radical Media
Kelly FinchamJane SuiterHashtag Journalists
Colm KearnsNeil O'BoyleOne Nation, Two Teams, Three Mobile: Sports Sponsorship and Digital Cultural Nationalism
Paul O NeillTrish MorganPractice What We Preach: Tactical Media Art as a form of Political Resistance
Marie BoranPadraig MurphyWhat Lies Beneath: A Mixed Methods Exploration of Online Reader Comments as a Space for Public Engagement with Science
Niamh KirkEugenia SiaperaDiasporic News Flows and the Meditation of Irish Identity
John MoranDebbie GingMultiplex Sex: How Pornified Are Mainstream Movies? A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
Barbara GormleyPadraig MurphyRisk Communications models during pandemics
Paloma Viejo OteroEugenia SiaperaHate Speech in Online Environments
Ester Toribio-RouraDeclan TuiteBecoming in social media.  Mature adults' autobiographical acts in social media as claims of identity and coping strategies.  An arts based approach
Glen DoyleDebbie GingChanging Spaces: Exploring the role that the internet plays in the lives of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual  (LGB) youth aged 18-25 in Ireland
Kirsty ParkDebbie GingBecoming in social media.  Mature adults' autobiographical acts in social media as claims of identity and coping strategies.  An arts based approach
Timm JeschawitzMiriam JudgeAn ethnographic study into the impact that contemporary attitudes towards the photographing of children is having upon the everyday practice of photographing and the sharing of images of children
Maeve DevoyPaul McNamaraLiterary journalism project on the lives of Dublin city residents: a priest, a prostitute, a Garda, a solicitor, a drug dealer, his teenage army, and many addicts.
Anne-Marie GreenPaul McNamaraDocumentary film exploring the factors contributing to the alienation of rural communities from a national wind energy policy.
Kathleen O MearaKevin Rafter“If You're Not at the Table, You're on the Menu”
Orla BourkePatrick BreretonPedagogical Strategies to Improve Creative Media
Daniel CareyMark O'BrienThe Working Lives of Former Journalists and Editors
Orla Ni DhuillTanya LokotIrish Biodiversity Activism on Twitter
J Clark PowersDónal MulliganPolitical Agency in the Context of Social Media
May MohtyEugenia SiaperaTraditional journalism and Social Media
Stephen DesmondDebbie GingThe Films of Pedro Almodovar
Kevin DoyleJohn O'SullivanDigital Counteroffensive: The Rise of Social Media
Victoria GomezPatrick BreretonStories for sustainability: media narratives and environmental understanding in youngsters in Ireland and Uruguay
Joel IsabiryeJim RogersMusic Scheduling Practices in Commercial Radio
Hamilton Viorel NiculescuDeclan Tuite,
Trish Morgan
Barriers, triggers, and discourses in people's engagement with automated enclosures powered by renewable energy technologies, aimed at growing vegetables in urban environments
Kasandra O ConnellRoderick FlynnAn exploration of the development of film preservation in Ireland over the last century
Niamh SammonDeclan FahyThe impact of newspaper coverage on Brexit
Lauren TeelingJane SuiterNew Media and Conflict. A Case Study of Israel
Maria O BrienRoderick FlynnThe Participation of the Social Pillar in social partnership, 1996-2008