Emotional Culture? An Investigation into the Emotional Coverage of Televised Leader Debates in Newspapers and Twitter

Kimmich, M.D. (2016). Emotional Culture? An Investigation into the Emotional Coverage of Televised Leader Debates in Newspapers and Twitter (PhD thesis), London South Bank University. doi: https://doi.org/10.18744/PUB.001801

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Additional Information: Parts of this thesis have been published as follows: - Kimmich, M. (2015). The uninvited guests of TV debates: emotions, candidates' families and friends. Media, Communication and Cultural Studies As- sociation (MeCCSA) Three-D newsletter, Issue 24. Available at: http://www .meccsa.org.uk/news/three-d-issue-24-the-uninvited-guests-of-tv-debates-em otions-candidates-families-and-friends/. - Kimmich, M. (2016). Emotional communication in TV election debates. Conference paper, 24th IPSA World Congress of Political Science, Pozna�n, Poland. Available at: http://paperroom.ipsa.org/papers/paper 49092.pdf. - Kimmich, M. (2018). Emotions, social media communication and TV debates. In Sampson, T., Ellis, D. and Maddison, S. (Eds.), A�ect and Social Media. Rowman and Little�eld. Finally, a journal paper is currently under preparation.
Divisions: Schools > Arts and Creative Industries > Creative Technologies
DOI: https://doi.org/10.18744/PUB.001801
Date Deposited: 13 Feb 2018 10:14
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