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Negotiating Dependence: Independent Television Producers in the UK PhD Candidate: University of the West of England Director of Studies: Professor Andrew Spicer Supervisor: Dr. Sherryl Wilson
This ethnographic study considers individual independent television producers in the United Kingdom, the organisational structures they work within and with and the broader social, political and economic determinants of their practice.
The study sits within the field of Production Studies and is methodologically culturally-focused, foregrounding the espoused working practices, beliefs and behaviours of the contributors.
- Rawstrone, K., 2020. Methodological Issues: Questions and interventions in the qualitative interview. In: Production Studies: Film, Television, and their Industrial Contexts 15 June 2016 DeMontfort University.
- Rawstrone, K., 2020. The Hunting of the Independent Television Producer: Snark or Boojum? In: New Directions in Film and Television Studies 14-15 April 2015 Watershed Bristol.
- Rawstrone, K., 2020. The Useful Imaginary of Independence in British Broadcasting. In: Independent States 4-5 September 2014 Edge Hill University.
Profile of Teaching PG
- Masters Production Project (MA Post Production Editing)
- Developing Editing Principles and Practice
- Approaches to Editing
Profile of Teaching UG
- The Dissertation
- Multicamera and Live Production
- Framework Leader, Postgraduate Media Production Framework
- BA (Hons) in Media Production (Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic, 1989)
- MA in Creative Media Practice (Bournemouth University, 2011)
- PGCE in (Secondary) Art (University of Surrey Roehampton, 2001)
- Digital Production Partnership, Member,
- Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association, Member (2017-), http://www.meccsa.org.uk/