Dr Emma Heywood
Lecturer in Journalism, Politics and Communication
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- Heywood E (2017) European Foreign Conflict Reporting: A Comparative Analysis of Public News Providers. London: Routledge.
- Heywood E & Tomlinson M (2019) The contribution of citizen views to understanding women’s empowerment as a process of change : the case of Niger. Feminist Media Studies. View this article in WRRO
- Heywood E (2018) Increasing female participation in municipal elections via the use of local radio in conflict-affected settings: the case of the West Bank municipal elections 2017. Journalism. View this article in WRRO
- Heywood E & Goodman S (2018) How Palestinian students invoke the category "human" to challenge negative treatment and media representations. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. View this article in WRRO
- Heywood E (2018) The work of women’s NGOs on commercial radio in the West Bank: Frustrations and shortcomings. The Radio Journal, 16(1). View this article in WRRO
- Heywood E (2015) Comparative Representations of the Middle East: National Values and Russian State-aligned Media. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 23(2-3), 195-211.
- Heywood E (2015) Comparing Russian, French and UK television news: portrayals of the casualties of war. Russian Journal of Communication, 7(1), 40-52.
- Heywood E () COMPARATIVE MEDIA: VREMYA’S MANIPULATION OF FOREIGN CONFLICT REPORTING IN RUSSIA IN THE CONTEXT OF WESTERN NEWS PROVIDERS. Slovo.
- Heywood E & Harding S-A () ‘If you’ve done a good job, it’s as if you’ve never existed’: Translators on Translation in Development Projects in The Sahel. Translation Studies.
- Heywood E (2017) Compassion as a News Value: Comparing French and UK Humanitarian Coverage of the War in Gaza 2014 In Anderson, R. & de Silva, P. L. (Ed.), Routledge Companion to Media and Humanitarian Action (pp. 211-220). New York: Routledge.
- Heywood E (2017) Perceptions of Foreign Conflict: Reporting of the War in Gaza in 2014 In hodgson G (Ed.), Conflict, Trauma and the Media : A Collection of Essays Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.