Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism
    1. Sam McIntosh
    2. Judith Townend
Law, Justice and Journalism

PhD Students

Current PhD students

Glenda Cooper

From our own correspondents? How user-generated content is altering the power dynamics in reporting humanitarian crises.

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Sam McIntosh

Open Justice and Investigations into Deaths at the Hands of the State

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Oliver O'Callaghan

An examination of the legal restrictions on press freedom in England: To what extent is freedom of speech among journalists protected or restricted by the English law including defamation and privacy?

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David Pichonnaz (Visiting)

Reforming police-public relations: new perceptions and understandings of youth crime?

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Natalie Peck

UK privacy law and press representation of "public figures".

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Holly Powell-Jones

Young people and their social constructions of ‘risk’ and ‘responsibility’ in relation to cyber-misuse

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Laura Thompson

When a Match Bites Back: Harassment on Online Dating Services

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Ekaterina Utochkina

Media self-censorship practices: the role of self-censorship in shaping the behaviour of the press.

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Completed PhD students

Gemma Birkett

Where are the Prams? Media, Politics and Penal Reform: A Case Study of Women's Imprisonment.

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Judith Townend

Defamation, privacy & the 'chill': A socio-legal study of the relationship between media law and journalistic practice in England and Wales, 2008-13

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