Professor Philip Hammond


NameProfessor Philip Hammond
Job titleProfessor
Organisational UnitCreative Technologies

Research outputs

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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