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CCMPS Prize-Winning Dissertations (MA)

2014/5

Best Student

Frances Riley: Hidden in Plain Sight: 17 October 1961  

MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development: Best Dissertation

Noora Puolamaa: Culture and Sustainability: Thinking of Alternatives to Capitalist Ways of Life  

MA in Creative and Media Enterprises: Best Dissertation (Joint Winner)

Darya Yafimava: Creating a Place Brand through Design: A Critical Study of Scandinavian Design as a Cultural Project 1930 - 1957  

MA in Creative and Media Enterprises: Best Dissertation (Joint Winner)

Fatin Filzah Binte Mohamad Azman: to what Extent Does Collective Memory, as Manifested in Homegrown Craft, Play a Role in Social Cohesion in Singapore?  

MA in Global Media and Communication: Best Dissertation (Joint Winner)

Kateryna Martin: Principles of Digital Participatory Marketing Campaigns for the FMCG Industry  

MA in Global Media and Communication: Best Dissertation (Joint Winner)

Iain Andrews: Postmodern Marketing: Is it Dead or Alive?   

MA in International Cultural Policy and Management: Best Dissertation

Matias Señorán Villalba: The Role of Nicaraguan Protest Music in the Insurrection of 1979

2013/14

Best Student

Michele Bruzzi, Green Automobility: Tesla Motors and the Symbolic Dimensions of “Green Cars” (PDF Document)

MA Creative and Media Enterprises: Best Dissertation

Min Lin, The Transnational Flow of BBC Sherlock: Investigating the Role of Chinese Fans in the Success of BBC Sherlock in Mainland China (PDF Document)

MA Global Media and Communication: Best Dissertation

Vasiliki Plevriti, Satirical User-Generated Memes as an Effective Source of Political Criticism, Extending Debate and Enhancing Civic Engagement (PDF Document)

MA International Cultural Policy and Management: Best Dissertation

Kai Tim Brennert, Between Accountability, Efficiency and Structural Constraints: Advocacy in EU Cultural Policy (PDF Document)

2012/13

Best Student

Katie Finley, Trust in the Sharing Economy: An Exploratory Study(PDF Document)

MA Creative and Media Enterprises: Best Dissertation

Xiao Ma, Traditional Chinese Culture: A Barrier or an Opportunity for the Development of Copyright Protection in China(PDF Document)

MA Global Media and Communication: Best Dissertation (Joint Winner)

Callum Goodwilliam, How Can a Political Economy Framework Illuminate the Practices and Contradictions of Google? (PDF Document)

MA Global Media and Communication: Best Dissertation (Joint Winner)

Sandra Kaliszewski, Through a Narratological Lens: An Analysis of the Story-telling Elements in Award-winning Advertisements(PDF Document)

MA International Cultural Policy and Management: Best Dissertation

Ioana Preda, Resisting through Culture in Communist Romania: Taking the Public's Perspective (PDF Document)