Dr John Jewell - BA (Wales), MSc (Wales), PhD (Wales)
Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 75331
Location: Room 0.50A, Bute Building
Dr John Jewell is the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Cardiff BA in Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
John Jewell: "May I take this opportunity to welcome and congratulate all our new students! May I emphasise, too, that the personal development tutors you have been allocated are there to help you - in matters academic and pastoral (please see your undergraduate information manual for further details).
If, for whatever reason, you feel the need to contact me then I am available in academic support/office hours 2 - 4.30 on Tuesdays and 1 - 4 on Wednesday’s. Alternatively, I can always be contacted via e mail or telephone when a convenient meeting time outside of office hours can be arranged. Good luck and best wishes for a successful three years.
As a member of the Tom Hopkinson Center for Media research, research and teaching interests include the representation of asylum seekers and refugees in the British media and the history and development of the popular press. I am also interested in propaganda and communication and the role and function of Welsh media.
- Advertising and the Consumer Society
- War, Politics and Propaganda.
Previous modules include the History of Mass Communication, Media and the Public Sphere, National Cinema and Academic Study, Propaganda and the Reporting of Conflict.
- Schools liaison officer
- Open day Coordinator
Thomas, J., Jewell, J. and Cushion, S., Media Coverage of the 2003 Welsh Assembly Elections, Electoral Commission, December 2003.
Thomas, James and Jewell, John, Cushion, Stephen (2004) Media coverage of the 2004 Welsh Local elections. Official report for the Electoral Commission.
Jewell, J A Home for Refugees : Writing Wales Differently. Media Wales Journal. Volume 1. April 2004.
Thomas, J., Jewell, J. and Cushion, S., The Media and the 2003 Welsh Assembly Elections. Special Edition of Representations on devolved elections. The Journal of Representative Democracy, Vol 40, No.4, 2004, pp. 281-288.
Thomas, J. and Jewell, J., The Future of the Welsh Press. Institute of Welsh Affairs. Spring 2004.
Thomas, J., Jewell, J., and Cushion, S Stirring Up Apathy? The Media and the Welsh Assembly. In the Journal of Public Affairs, pp. 355-363(9)
Threadgold, T. and Jewell, J. Ways of Seeing Refugees. Media, Culture and Society. Forthcoming.
Jewell, J. Expressed Xenophobia - What the Papers Didn't Say. Alternative Voices February 2007.
Article on Alternative Voices website
Jewell, J. War of Words - The BBC, Government and the Falklands War. Alternative Voices April 2007.
Article on Alternative Voices website
Jewell, J Prince Harry and the Chamber of Secrets. The Western Mail, May 17th 2008
Prince Harry and the Chamber of Secrets
Jewell, J The Prince Goes to War - International Institute of Communications Spring 2008 Volume 36 Issue 2
Terry Threadgold, Sadie Clifford, Abdi Arwo, Vanessa Powell, Zahera Harb, Xinyi Jiang and John Jewell (2008) Immigration and inclusion in South Wales. Report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Jewell, J (2008) 'Maybe it's a cultural thing...' migration into Cardiff in Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, No 191.
Jewell J (2009) Gavin and Stacey - Character, Region and Welsh Identity in Series One. Media Wales Journal Volume 6
Jewell, J Gavin and Stacey: A Cultural Phenomenon. The Western Mail, November 21st 2009
Jewell, J. Libya: Righteous Crusade or a Matter of Politics and Common Sense The Western Mail, June 27th, 2011 www.walesonline.co.uk
Jewell, J. Communicating a war in Libya - International Institute of Communications July 2011 Volume 39 Issue 3.
Jewell, J (2011) ‘How the West Waged the Propaganda War Against Gaddafi’ in Richard Keeble and John Mair (eds) Mirage in the Desert: Reporting The Arab Spring.
Jewell, J. How advertising influences your children. The Western Mail, November 27th, 2011 www.walesonline.co.uk