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Prof Kevin Williams

Head of School of Media and Communication Studies, University of Swansea

BA, MSc(Econ)
Head of School of Media and Communication Studies, University of Swansea
Formerly: Head of School of Arts, University of Swansea and Deputy head of the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Cardiff
Areas: Media history; health and communication; European media; and the mass media and national identity in small nations
Publications: ‘Understanding Media Theory’.London: Arnold 2003. 'Constructing the National: Television and Welsh Identity' in Scriven, M & Bell, E (eds) ‘Group Identities on French and British Television’. London: Berghahn Books 2002. 'Death or Renewal: the dilemma of public service broadcasting in western Europe in Bromley, M & Stephenson, H (eds) ‘No News is Bad News: TV, Radio and the Public’. London: Longman 2000. "Dying of Ignorance? Journalists, News Sources and the reporting of HIV/AIDS" in Franklin, Bob (ed) ‘Social Policy, the Media and Misrepresentation’ London: Routledge 1999. Co-authored ‘The Circuit of Mass Communication: Media Strategies, Representation and Audience Reception in the AIDS Crisis’. London: Sage, 1998. ‘Shadows and Substance: The Development of a Media Policy for Wales’. Gomer, 1997. ‘The Mass Media and Power in Modern Britain’. Oxford University Press (co-author) 1997. ‘Get Me a Murder a Day! A History of Mass Communication in Britain’. London: Edward Arnold, 1997

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