Are computerised profiling tools effective in support of AML procedures as required by MLROs and compliance officers in a banking sector context?
An inquiry into determining effectiveness despite ambiguity.
Investigating the purportedly disabling character of conspiracy theory via analysis of the communicative construction of resistance discourses in online anti-New World Order conspiracy theory discussion forums.
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A Counter Perspective on the Media Coverage of the 2007 Financial Crisis Tran Thuy-Anh Huynh No 170 Unmasking ‘Sidekick’ Masculinity: A Qualitative Investigation of How Asian-American Males View Emasculating Stereotypes in U. Media Steffi Lau No 169 The Silence of the Lamb: Animals in Biopolitics and the Discourse of Ethical Evasion Sana Ali No 168 The Tartan Other: A qualitative analysis of the visual framing of Alex Salmond and the Scottish National Party in the British Press Ross Alexander Longton No 167 The Unmasking of Burmese Myth in Contemporary Thai Cinema Pimtong Boonyapataro No 166 Neoliberal Capitalism, Transnationalism and Networked Individualism: Rethinking Social Class in International Student Mobility Nguyen Quynh Tram Doan No 165 The New Media Elite: How has Participation been Enabled and Limited in Leaders Live Online Political Debates Matilde Giglio No 164 Constructing a Sense of Place through New Media: A Case Study of Humans of New York Mariele O’Reilly No 163 The failure of cosmopolitanism and the reinforcement of hierarchical news: managing the visibility of suffering throughout the Multimodal Analysis of the Charlie Hebdo versus the Baga terrorist attacks Maria Paola Pofi No 162 Imagining (In)security: Towards Developing Critical Knowledges of Security in a Mediated Social World Kathryn Higgins No 161 Tweens Logged In: How Social Norms and Media Literacy Relate to Children’s Usage of Social Media Kalina Asparouhova No 160 Finding Ferguson: Geographic Scale in the United States’ National Nightly Network News John Ray No 159 Solidarity as Irony: Audience Responses to Celebrity Advocacy Isabel Kuhn No 158 Phantasmagoric Nationalism: State power and the diasporic imagination Felicia Wong No 157 Investigating Music Consumption ‘Circuits of Practice’ Eva Tkavc Dubokovic No 156 A complex history turned into a tale of reconciliation: A critical discourse analysis of Irish newspaper coverage of the Queen’s visit to the Republic of Ireland Ciara Spencer No 155 Economic power of e-retailers via price discrimination in e-commerce: price discrimination’s impact on consumers’ choices and preferences and its position in relation to consumer power Arina Vlasova No 154 Exploring the Boundaries of Crowd Creation: A study on the value of voice in neoliberal media culture Ana Ecaterina C.
Tan No 153 “Songs of Guilt”: When Generosity is to Blame - A Content Analysis of the Press and Social Media Reactions to U2’s “Songs of Innocence” Giveaway on i Tunes Alessandro Volonté No 152 Hybridity within Peer Production: The Power Negotiation of Chinese Fansub Groups Zongxiao Rong No 151 Writing On the Wall: Conversations with Beirut's Street Artists Zeina Najjar No 150 'Gaining Control with the Power of the Gun and Maintaining Control with the Power of the Pen': A Content Analysis of Framing the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) in the People's Daily Yuanyuan Liu No 149 Let My Voices be Heard: A Qualitative Study of Migrant Workers' Strategies of Mediation Resistance in Contemporary China Yijun Chen No 148 'Popular Politics': A Discourse Theory Analysis of Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa's TV/radio Program Citizen Link Veronica Leon Burch No 147 A Comparative Analysis of Chinese, Western and African Media Discourse in the Representation of China's Expansion of Economic Engagements in Africa Tong Wei No 146 Ideological Trafficking of God and the Other Sultana Haider No 145 The Maasai and the Internet: Online Civil Participation and the Formation of a Civic Identity in Rural Kenya Stine Ringnes Wilhelmsen No 144 Wood in Water Does Not a Crocodile Make: Migrants Virtual Place-making, Ontological Security and Cosmopolitanism in the Transnational Social Field Sheetal Kumar No 143 Droning On: A Critical Analysis of American Policy and News Discourse on Drone Strikes Sadaf Khan No 142 The Impact of Mass Media Sentiments on Returns and Volatility in Asset Markets: Evidence from Algorithmic Content Analysis Panu Kuuluvainen No 141 Problematising the Self-Representation of Race and Gender in Vines: Who has the Last Laugh?