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Standing in the Shadow: Peter Whitehead, Swinging London’s Insider-Outsider
(Wayne State University Press, 2011)
Interacting: Art, research and the Creative Practitioner
Building brand value through technical instruction - a case study in the use of a qualitative analysis method.
(Society for Technical Communication, 2009-05-06)
The instruction manual is the primary document that enables inexperienced users to understand and operate unfamiliar technological products. This paper proposes that the manual is also a significant brand document and ...
Research portals in the arts and humanities.
(Oxford University Press, 2009-10)
The insider's guide to writing for television
(Trotman Publishing, 2012)
Composing along continuums of technology and purpose.
It is tempting to see artists who write their own computer code as comprising a circumscribed minority having a peculiar temperament. This article attempts to show that in the current digital world there exist programs ...
Mapping perception across the communicative continuum as a prelude to analysis
(Electroacoustic Music Studies Network, 2007)
In this paper the author discusses some of the key issues concerning the role of analysis in electroacoustic (E/A) music. This is followed by an explanation of the role that the Intention/Reception (I/R) method can play ...
The rise of the multiplex
In 1984 cinema attendance reached its nadir yet one year later Britain’s first multiplex, The Point, opened in Milton Keynes. It heralded a year-on-year increase in the number of multiplexes, which was echoed in a rise in ...