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  • Break-point for Brexit? How UKIP's image of 'hate' set race discourse reeling back decades. 

    Morrison, James (Bournemouth University. Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community http://www.referendumanalysis.eu/eu-referendum-analysis-2016/section-5-campaign-and-political-communication/break-point-for-brexit-how-ukips-image-of-hate-set-race-discourse-reeling-back-decades/, 2016-06-30)
    MORRISON, J. 2016. Break-point for Brexit? How UKIP's image of 'hate' set race discourse reeling back decades. In Jackson, D., Thorsen, E. and Wing, D. (eds.) EU referendum analysis 2016: media, voters and the campaign [online]. Poole: Bournemouth University, Centre for the study of journalism, culture and community, page 66-67. Available from: http://bit.ly/EUReferendumAnalysis2016_Jackson-Thorsen-and-Wring_v1
    This article argues that the Grassroots Out "Breaking Point" poster was the crystallisation of a moral panic narrative framed around negative stereotypes of foreigners that had echoes of similarly racialized moral panics ...
  • Privacy through security: policy and practice in a small-medium enterprise. 

    Allison, Ian K.; Strangwick, Craig (IRM Press, 2008)
    ALLISON, I. and STRANGWICK, C., 2008. Privacy through security: policy and practice in a small-medium enterprise. In: R. SUBRAMANIAN, ED. Computer security, privacy, and politics: current issues, challenges, and solutions. Hershey, PA: IRM Press. pp. 157-179.
    The chapter discusses how one small business planned for, and implemented, the security of its data in a new enterprise-wide system. The company’s data was perceived as sensitive, and any breach of privacy as commercially ...