CMC’s annual Promotional Communications Conference to attract +100 delegates

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in CMC News, Industry, Placements, Staff, Students | 0 comments

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Some 44 advertising, marketing, public relations, and politics and media undergraduates present their dissertation research to an audience of more than 100 students, industry guests, academics and mums and dads.

The Fifth Annual Promotional...

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CMC’s Rutherford exhibits at the BU Atrium gallery

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Submarines exhibition at the Atrium gallery BU (tn)

Since its invention by Nicephore Niépce in 1826, photography has provided us with glimpses of the many different worlds around (and within) us.

Scientific and medical...

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Open invitation: Join the Cultural Democracy Network

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CMC’s Dr Deborah Gabriel recently launched the Cultural Democracy Network and invites all to join.

The network is a new platform Deborah created to engage the wider community with the Cultural Democracy Framework, which aims to foster “inclusive and culturally democratic societies where everyone’s voice is heard”.

The framework, which was originated at Black British Academics, is now being developed at BU...

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Meaning through metaphor…well maybe:

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I attended the EIASM 8th interpretative consumer research workshop at Edinburgh University last week…and decided to present my 5 page abstract (on consumerist choice as meaning making) through what I called a metaphorical memoir – in the form of a story about Charlie (Charlie represented the concept of choice). A few days before travelling north I was driving to work and went past the Easter funfair that comes to Redhill Park each...

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PRDepiction – online resource on representations of PR

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in CMC News, Industry | 0 comments

Representation of professions and employment takes many forms and is often shaped by books and visual and aural media.

In the public relations field, characters such as Edina in Absolutely Fabulous and the foul-mouthed spin doctor Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It are well known, as are terms like “PR success” and “PR disaster”, even though the events may have little to do with public relations practices or...

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Marketing, advertising students commended for excellent work on CIM qualification

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Students | 0 comments

In the second year of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Graduate Gateway programme at Bournemouth University, all 84 first students on the BA (Hons) Marketing Communications, BA (Hons) Advertising and BSc (Hons) Marketing successfully completed the first module on the level 3 Foundation Certificate in Marketing.

Students achieved a 100% pass rate on the Marketing Principles module, ahead of the UK national average. The...

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CMC staff, Students Collaborate on Collaborative Consumption

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in CMC News | 0 comments

By Jessica Corbett

One of my CMC final year units, Consumer Cultures and Societies, resulted in a CEL (Centre for Excellence in Learning) funded co-creation project with myself and my colleague Li Yu Su working with our lecturers Dr Rebecca Jenkins and Dr. Janice Denegri-Knott to complete a project researching collaborative consumption.

 

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