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  • Heldal, Linn (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    This series of five feature articles is focusing on the Tribute Band phenomena in Irish Popular Music Culture. In this series the scene is examined through interviews with musicians, promoters, journalists and family members ...
  • Moriarty, Aimee (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    I have always had a huge interest in dance and have been enrolled in dance classes from the age of four years old. My thesis is a series of five feature article that cover the topic of Dance in Ireland. Chapter One is a ...
  • Lord, Kevin (Dublin Business School, 2014)
    For this thesis I aimed to examine the struggle for equal rights for gay men and women in Ireland. Starting with the first wave of the gay rights movement during the 1970s and the various organisations established to help ...
  • Hashtag 
    Alduwailah, Ahmad; Carolan, Matthew; Cluskey, Niamh; Corr, Michael; Curran, Garry; English, Craig; Fitzpatrick, Keith; Heldal, Linn; Kelly, Elizabeth; Lord, Kevin; Moriarty, Aimee; O'Connor, Marie; O'Connor, Luke; O'Neill, Holly; Walsh, Graeme; Anuforo, Lucas; Ellis, Sean; Mahmud, Fatima; Mouzeviris, Christos; Roche, Emma; Ronan, Andrew (Dublin Business School, 2013)
    This is an End of Year Project of the BA (Hons) Journalism students. They created a magazine, from concept to finished print product. Winner of the 2013/14 SMEDIA Awards (Student Media Awards) for a small publication. ...
  • Hughes, Leah (Dublin Business School, 2013)
    This Final Year Project seeks to answer the research question, “Is the Irish media’s reportage of gangland crime true to life despite claims of glorification?” while also giving an insight into the term ‘gangland crime’ ...
  • Flanagan Creagh, Morgan (Dublin Business School, 2012)
    While investigating recent Irish documentaries I noticed that many had been focused upon the hardships and repercussions of the recession, others looked at people coping with the hard times and doing the best they could ...
  • Madden, Sheena (Dublin Business School, 2011)
    Unemployment affects everyone. This is not a statement that could have been made without fallibility during the recession of the 1980s and 90s. Although today‟s unemployment figures mirror those from the peak of the last ...
  • O'Dowd, Brendan (Dublin Business School, 2011)
    In this day and age, it is very rare to receive a “no strings attached” gift. There are nearly always some hidden terms or conditions. Yet last year in Ireland, 141 people received a gift from a stranger that radically ...