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 School of Communications 

Student Name Principal Supervisor  Working Thesis Title
 Marie Boran  Padraig Murphy The half life of Pseudoscience: Social media as a self-correcting participative audience
 Ricardo Castellini Da Silva  Miriam Judge The implementation of Communication and Media Studies in the Irish second-level education: a research on the EDUCOM experience and its applicability in Irish schools.
 Steven Conlon  Mark O'Brien The Irish Student Movement and its Role in Twentieth Century Ireland
 Emer Cooney  Padraig Murphy Witnessing Cuba`s emerging identity
 Glen Doyle  Debbie Ging The attitudes towards domestic photography within comtemporary society
 Phillip Doyle  Declan Tuite An anaylsis of the current multmodal documentaty artifact, its language structures and the evolving role of time based audio-visiual media as narrative components therein
 Stephen Dunne  Kevin Rafter A Power Shift: Professionalization and independent press regulation in the liberal media system
 Tariq Elquzouli Elzain  Steven Knowlton News Wires and the use of Technology
 Seamus Farrell  Eugenia Siapera The Political Economy of Radical Media
 Kelly Fincham  Jane Suiter Hashtag Journalists
 Barbara Gormley  Padraig Murphy Exploring Pandemic Risk Communications Models
 Stephen Hughes  Padraig Murphy Science, Society and Environment in Ireland
 Muyanga Innocent Ziba  Padraig Murphy In Times of Devastating Health Crisis, does a Society need Biased Journalism?
 Timm Jeschawitz  Miriam Judge Interactive whiteboards, constructivism and an analysis of key findings from the design and testing of a music discovery tool for children.
 Colm Kearns  Neil O'Boyle Superman vs Everyman: an investigation of idealised IRish Identity in Rugby Union and Football Advertisement.
 Niamh Kirk  Eugenia Siapera Irish Diaspora news sites mediate Irish Cultural identities by studying news production with respect to the cultural identities of the news producers themselves.
 Margaret Lonergan  Liz Greene "Too much imagination to just be one gender": The power of imaginative expressions of identity and personal narrative to create living theory in queer digital/social media praxis.
 Grace Mc Dermott  Eugenia Siapera Investigating the Impact of Blogs on Middle Eastern/North African Women (MENA) Female Identity and Resistance
 Brenda Mc Nally  Patrick Brereton Environmental Risk & The Social Script. The Use and Influence of Mass Media(ted) communication about climate adaptation on citizen participation in low-carbon future, Ireland (2009-2012)
 John Moran  Debbie Ging The Dynamics of Desire in 21st-Century Cinema.
 Donal Mulligan  Miriam Judge Developing Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies for analysis of Political Discourse on Twitter: An Irish Case Study
 Denis Murphy  Roderick Flynn A Labour History of Irish Film and TV Drama Production 1958 - 2015
 Maria O Brien  Roderick Flynn Gaming and Animation policy in Ireland, UK & France
 Aileen O Driscoll  Debbie Ging Learning to sell sex(ism)? A cultural sociological analysis of gender in the educational and workplace cultures of advertising students and practitioners in Ireland
 Kathleen O Meara  Kevin Rafter Relationship between State and Civil Society.
 Paul O Neill  Liz Greene Software Determinism in Digital Culture
 Kirsty Park  Debbie Ging Young LGBT people's use of the internet
 David Robbins  Patrick Brereton Climate Change in the Irish Media 2007-2014
 Ester Toribio-Roura  Declan Tuite From Autobiography to fleeting egographies. Digital migrants multimedia autobiographical acts in online social networks.
 Paloma Viejo Otero  Eugenia Siapera Hate Speech and racism in digital environments
 Neil Ward  Mark O'Brien What effect has the advent of digital media environment had on the role of Trade Unions as agents of politital communication in Irish society?
 Dawn Wheatley  John O'Sullivan The Impact of Online News Production on Traditional Concepts of Original Newsgathering