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BRANDEDCONTENTRESEARCHNETWORK  
The Branded Content Research Network is an academic collaborative project. It explores relationships between marketing communications and media. The network brings together academics, practitioners, and policy actors.

BURGESS-STUDIES  
A space for academic discussion about the life and work of Anthony Burgess, sharing developments in Burgess Studies and asking questions to colleagues.

CII  
cii Mail Group will keep interested parties informed of its events, projects and publications. The Group will also allow members to post relevant information to the list.

CREATIVEWRITING  
To share knowledge and good practice and post opportunities for those teaching on creative writing degrees

HOLOCAUST-WRITERS  
This list is for the discussion and promotion and development of non-academic Holocaust writing, e.g. creative writing, non-fiction, fiction, poetry etc. The aim is to network among those who are interested in both producing and working with the producers of such texts.

INFOLAWPOLICY  
Information law and policy research and practice: discussion and announcements. This list communicates and support the work of scholars and practitioners specialising in information law and policy, including legal topics such as data protection, freedom of information, defamation, intellectual property and misuse of private information. Broader themes of interest include access to information and digital information sharing and communication. This mailing list is unmoderated and content reflects the views of those who post to the list and not of any organisation. The archives are available to view online by registered members of the list. Any messages posted to the list are subject to the JISCMail acceptable use policy, which states that users should avoid engaging in unreasonable behaviour, or disrupting the general flow of discussion on a list.

MECCSA-LCM  
The MeCCSA Local and Community Media Network aims to promote research into Local and Community Media in the UK. It is one of a series of networks in the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies (MeCCSA) subject association in the UK. The aim of the network is to draw together those scholars interrogating this landscape to raise the profile of research in this field and strengthen its future trajectory. The network also offers the opportunity to increase collaboration between industry and academia and emerging innovators and disruptors in the field. An increasing number of academics working in the area of local and community media, including both the executive members above and suggested members below, come with a background in relevant industries.

MECCSA-REAPN  
This list is used by the Network to share information, help develop and promote research and opportunities. Research areas include but not limited to issues of race, media and culture.

MIDEASTGENDERMEDIA  
This is a list dedicated for researchers and scholars studying the intersection of media and gender (broadly defined) in the Middle East to share resources, news, events, and to network.

MORAL-PANIC  
This is the mailing list of the Moral Panic Research Network. The purpose of the Network is to bring together: scholars from a variety of disciplines who share an interest in moral panics; media practitioners, including journalists; and anyone else with an interest in moral panics. #The network is intended to be as open as possible, in order to stimulate discussion from a variety of perspectives; anyone who is interested in moral panics is very welcome to join the network.

ORGANISEDPERSUASIVECOMMUNICATION  
A list for research on Organised Persuasive Communication, including propaganda, public relations, information warfare, psyops, marketing, lobbying and other promotional activities. The list is associated with the Organisation for Propaganda Studies http://www.propagandastudies.ac.uk.

PADZAHR  
Padzahr is a social enterprise. We want to democratise data, giving communities, organisations and individuals a platform from which to make decisions and influence policy. Big data has long been the domain of multinational companies and governments. With all the knowledge comes all the power. Affecting change is a challenge without hard facts to back up arguments. Our aim is to level the playing field

PSSTNETWORK  
This email services a network concerned with developments in surveillance and its multifaceted impacts.

SISIG  
This is the mailing list for the Screen Industries Special Interest Group (SISIG) of the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies (BAFTSS).