Nathan Farrell
Nathan Farrell
Senior Lecturer in Communication and Media, Bournemouth University
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‘Conscience Capitalism’and the Neoliberalisation of the Non-Profit Sector
N Farrell
New Political Economy 20 (2), 254-272, 2015
Celebrity politics: Bono, Product (RED) and the legitimising of philanthrocapitalism
N Farrell
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 14 (3), 392-406, 2012
Celebrities and climate change
J Doyle, N Farrell, MK Goodman
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 2017
Redrawing boundaries: WITNESS and the politics of citizen videos
N Farrell, S Allan
Global Media and Communication 11 (3), 237-253, 2015
The cultural politics of climate branding: Project Sunlight, the biopolitics of climate care and the socialisation of the everyday sustainable consumption practices of citizens …
J Doyle, N Farrell, MK Goodman
Climatic Change, 1-17, 2019
Celebrities and Climate Change: History, Politics and the Promise of Emotional Witness
J Doyle, N Farrell, MK Goodman
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication. Oxford: Oxford …, 2018
The Political Economy of Celebrity Activism
N Farrell
Routledge, 2019
From Activist to Entrepreneur: Peace One Day and the Changing Persona of the Social Campaigner
N Farrell
M/C Journal 17 (3), 2014
Promotional Cultures: the Rise and Spread of Advertising, Public Relations, Marketing and Branding, by Aeron Davis, Polity Press, 2013
N Farrell
Celebrity Studies 6 (2), 265-267, 2015
Acknowledgement to Global Society Peer Reviewers
D Amnéus, AR Beattie, S Bergeron, P Brook, S Curtis, T Davies, ...
Celebrity Journalism: Navigating the Stars
N Farrell
Journalism: New Challenges, 367-383, 2013
“Getting busy with the fizzy”–Johansson, SodaStream, and Oxfam: exploring the political economics of celebrity activism
N Farrell
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