More news from Thesp members! Ana Manzano and Rosemary Lucy Hill detail their 2016 successes. Open access versions of articles are available through their institutional homepages.
This summer Ana Manzano has published the following papers and spoken at these events:
- Manzano, A., 2016. The craft of interviewing in realist evaluation. Evaluation, p.1356389016638615. doi: 10.1177/1356389016638615
- Mirzoev, T., Etiaba, E., Ebenso, B., Uzochukwu, B., Manzano, A., Onwujekwe, O., Huss, R., Ezumah, N., Hicks, J.P., Newell, J. and Ensor, T., 2016. Study protocol: realist evaluation of effectiveness and sustainability of a community health workers programme in improving maternal and child health in Nigeria. Implementation Science, 11(1), p.1.
- Van Belle, S., Wong, G., Westhorp, G., Pearson, M., Emmel, N., Manzano, A. and Marchal, B., 2016. Can ‘realist’ randomized controlled trials be genuinely realist? Trials. 17:313 doi: 10.1186/s13063-016-1407-0
- Wong G, Westhorp G, Manzano A, Greenhalgh J, Jagosh J and Greenhalgh T. RAMESES II reporting standards for realist evaluations, BMC Medicine 14:96 DOI 10.1186/s12916-016-0643-1 (with Joanne Greenhalgh)
She spoke at the Realist Research seminar series organised by the NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber https://clahrcyh.wordpress.com/2016/03/29/realist-research-seminar-series/
She spoke at the European Evaluation Society Conference in Maastricht. You can read the abstract here. She was a member of a panel discussing the potential for realist evaluations in understanding impacts . And she also chaired a session on Realist Evaluation: Feasibility & Challenges
She also spoke at the 2nd International Conference on Realist Evaluation and Synthesis: Advancing Principles, Strengthening Practice. Abstract here.
In October, Rosemary Lucy Hill spoke about her research on data visualisations about abortion in the Association of Internet Researchers conference panel ‘What would feminist big data, data studies and datavis look like?’, alongside Helen Kennedy, Jean Burgess, Kate Crawford, Aristea Fotopoulou, and Kate O’Riordan.
She has also had the following articles, reviews and chapters published:
About data visualisation:
- Hill, R.L., Kennedy, H. and Gerrard, Y. 2016. Visualizing junk: big data visualisations and the need for feminist data studies. Journal of Communication Inquiry. 40(4), pp.331-350.
- Kennedy, H., Hill, R.L., Allen, W. and Kirk, A. 2016. Engaging with data visualizations: users, socio-cultural factors and definitions of effectiveness. First Monday. 21(11).
- Kennedy, H. and Hill, R.L. 2016. The pleasure and pain of visualising data in times of data power. Television & New Media. online.
- Kennedy, H., Hill, R.L., Aiello, G. and Allen, W. 2016. The work that visualisation conventions do. Information, Communication & Society. 19(6), pp.715-735.
- Kennedy, H. and Hill, R.L. accepted. The feeling of numbers: emotions in everyday engagements with data and their visualisation. Sociology.
Find out more about the Seeing Data and Persuasive Data projects at http://seeingdata.org.
- Hill, R.L. 2016. Book Review: the Ashgate research companion to fan cultures by L. Duits, K. Zwaan and S. Reijnders, eds. (2014). Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture. online, pp.1-3.
- Hill, R.L. 2016. Masculine pleasure? Women’s encounters with hard rock and metal music. In: Brown, A.R., et al. eds. Global metal music and culture: current directions in metal studies. New York: Routledge, pp.277-296.
- Hill, R.L. 2016. ‘Power has a penis’: cost reduction, social exchange and sexism in metal – reviewing the work of Sonia Vasan. Metal Music Studies. 2(3), pp.263-271.
- Hill, R.L. 2016. Book review: Men, masculinity, music and emotions by Sam de Boise (2015). Information, Communication & Society. online.