Rhys Crilley
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Visually framing the Gaza War of 2014: The Israel ministry of foreign affairs on Twitter
I Manor, R Crilley
Media, War & Conflict 11 (4), 369-391, 2018
152018
“Talk about terror in our back gardens”: an analysis of online comments about British foreign fighters in Syria
R Da Silva, R Crilley
Critical studies on terrorism 10 (1), 162-186, 2017
132017
Seeing Syria: The Visual Politics of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces on Facebook
R Crilley
Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 10 (2-3), 133-158, 2017
132017
International relations in the age of ‘post-truth’politics
R Crilley
International Affairs 94 (2), 417-425, 2018
122018
Like and share forces: Making sense of military social media sites
R Crilley
Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital Age, 2016
122016
Seeing strategic narratives?
R Crilley
Critical studies on security 3 (3), 331-333, 2015
122015
What to do about social media? Politics, populism and journalism
R Crilley, M Gillespie
Journalism 20 (1), 173-176, 2019
112019
Security studies in the age of ‘Post-Truth’politics: In defence of poststructuralism
R Crilley, P Chatterje-Doody
Critical Studies on Security 7 (2), 166-170, 2019
102019
Populism and contemporary global media: Populist communication logics and the co-construction of transnational identities
PN Chatterje-Doody, R Crilley
Populism and World Politics, 73-99, 2019
42019
The aesthetics of violent extremist and counter violent extremist communication
I Manor, R Crilley
Countering online propaganda and extremism: The dark side of digital …, 2018
42018
Tweeting the Russian revolution: RT’s# 1917LIVE and social media re-enactments as public diplomacy
R Crilley, M Gillespie, A Willis
European Journal of Cultural Studies, 1367549419871353, 2019
32019
The Mediatisation of MFAs: Diplomacy in the New Media Ecology
I Manor, R Crilley
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 1 (aop), 1-27, 2019
32019
Making sense of emotions and affective investments in war: RT and the Syrian conflict on YouTube
PN Chatterje-Doody, R Crilley
Media and Communication 7 (3), 167, 2019
32019
Pissing On the Past: The Highland Clearances, Effigial Resistance and the Everyday Politics of the Urinal
RA Saunders, R Crilley
Millennium 47 (3), 444-469, 2019
12019
The visual politics of legitimation in the digital age: the cases of the British Army and the Syrian Opposition
R Crilley
University of Birmingham, 2016
12016
Emotions and war on YouTube: affective investments in RT’s visual narratives of the conflict in Syria
R Crilley, PN Chatterje-Doody
Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 1-21, 2020
2020
This Is Belonging: children and British military recruitment
R Crilley
Research Handbook on Child Soldiers, 2019
2019
Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President—What We Don’t, Can’t, and Do Know
R Crilley
Journal of Communication 69 (4), E10-E12, 2019
2019
Differentiated visibilities: RT Arabic’s narration of Russia’s role in the Syrian war
D Dajani, M Gillespie, R Crilley
Media, War & Conflict, 1750635219889075, 2019
2019
Emotions and war on YouTube: Affective investments in RT’s coverage of the conflict in Syria
R Crilley, P Chatterje-Doody
Cambridge Review of International Affairs, (In Press), 2019
2019
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