THE CENTRE FOR MEDIA RESEARCH STUDENT AWARD
All final-year undergraduate students enrolled on the BA Media Communications degree at Bath Spa University are considered for The Centre for Media Research Student Award, a special prize awarded to one student each year whose dissertation research shows exemplary quality, scope and ambition, and which has been creatively reimagined to benefit a wider industry audience.
This winner of the Student Award is invited to publish their dissertation research and creative project, and the winner is presented at our annual Final Year Degree Showcase event. The recipient of the Student Award is agreed by Bath Spa’s Media Communications lecturing team, led by the co-editors of the International Journal of Creative Media Research.
Characterising Generational Reboot Strategies: Contemporary Hollywood, Transmedia Culture, and Spider-Man
By Bethany Wakefield
TV Representations of Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of South Korean K-Drama "It's Okay to Not be Okay"
By Amber Wisteria
Mummy's Not For Me: Changing the Stigmatisation of Women Who Dare Not to Bear - A Communications Campaign
By Daisy Hadley
Are Film Posters Becoming Formulaic?: A Comparative Analysis of Star Wars Posters (1977-2019)
By Robert Harrison
Cooking Class: Helping Students to Cook and Eat Better - A Communications Campaign
By Eleanor Sydenham