Professor Philip Hammond


NameProfessor Philip Hammond
Job titleProfessor
Organisational UnitCreative Technologies

Research outputs

Advocacy Journalism, the Politics of Humanitarian Intervention and the Syrian War

Hammond, P., Al Nahed, S. and McCormack, T. (2019). Advocacy Journalism, the Politics of Humanitarian Intervention and the Syrian War. in: Seaga Shaw, I. and Selvarajah, S. (ed.) Reporting Human Rights, Conflicts, and Peacebuilding: Critical and Global Perspectives London Palgrave Macmillan.

When frames collide: ‘Ethnic war’ and ‘genocide’

Hammond, P (2018). When frames collide: ‘Ethnic war’ and ‘genocide’. Media, War and Conflict. 11 (4), pp. 434-445.

From Computer-Assisted to Data-Driven: Journalism and Big Data

Hammond, P (2015). From Computer-Assisted to Data-Driven: Journalism and Big Data. Journalism: theory, practice and criticism.

Climate Change and Post-Political Communication

Hammond, P (2018). Climate Change and Post-Political Communication. London Routledge.

Post-screen experiments

Aziz, T and Hammond, P (2017). Post-screen experiments. Journal of Media Practice. 18 (1), pp. 1-3.

Theorising media/state relations and power

Hammond, P (2016). Theorising media/state relations and power. in: Robinson, P, Seib, P and Fröhlich, R (ed.) Routlege Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security Abingdon Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Eco-Apocalypse: Environmentalism, Political Alienation, and Therapeutic Agency

Ortega Breton, H and Hammond, P (2016). Eco-Apocalypse: Environmentalism, Political Alienation, and Therapeutic Agency. in: Ritzenhoff, K and Krewani, A (ed.) The Apocalypse in Film: Dystopias, Disasters, and Other Visions about the End of the World Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. pp. 105-116

Approaching the War/Game Nexus [Editorial]

Pötzsch, H and Hammond, P (2016). Approaching the War/Game Nexus [Editorial]. Game Studies. 16 (2).
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