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These MSc dissertations have been selected by the editor and deputy editor of the [email protected] Working Paper Series and consequently, are not the responsibility of the Working Paper Series Editorial Board.No 222 Audience Engagement with Ten Years and the Imagination of Hong Kong Identity: Between Text, Context and Audience, Zhi-Nan Rebecca Zhang No 221 Straightening out Same Sex Marriage for ‘all’ Australians: A content analysis study of prejudices in Australia's campaign for marriage equality, Tate Soller No 220 In Search for ‘Liveliness’: Experimenting with Co-Ocurrence Analysis Using #GDPR on Twitter, Sameeh Selim No 219 ¿Dónde está mi gente?A critical discourse analysis on new political satire on television in the United States, Darren Chan No 207 In a Mediated Society, Can Indigenous Knowledge Survive?

These MSc dissertations have been selected by the editor and deputy editor of the [email protected] Working Paper Series and consequently, are not the responsibility of the Working Paper Series Editorial Board.No 222 Audience Engagement with Ten Years and the Imagination of Hong Kong Identity: Between Text, Context and Audience, Zhi-Nan Rebecca Zhang No 221 Straightening out Same Sex Marriage for ‘all’ Australians: A content analysis study of prejudices in Australia's campaign for marriage equality, Tate Soller No 220 In Search for ‘Liveliness’: Experimenting with Co-Ocurrence Analysis Using #GDPR on Twitter, Sameeh Selim No 219 ¿Dónde está mi gente?A critical discourse analysis on new political satire on television in the United States, Darren Chan No 207 In a Mediated Society, Can Indigenous Knowledge Survive?

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Ideological Articulations of Media Discourses on Migrants and Refugees in Europe: New Racism and Othering – A Critical Discourse Analysis Monica Ibrahim No 180 Constructing Connectivity: A Qualitative Analysis of the Representation of the Connected and Unconnected Others in Facebook’s Campaign Minji Lee No 179 Space and Place: The Communication of Gentrification to Young People in Hackney Kimberley Brown No 178 Adherence to the protest paradigm?

An examination of Singapore’s news coverage of Speakers’ Corner protests from 2000 to 2015 Joann Tan No 177 The system is rigged: A discursive analysis of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Jessica Cullen No 176 An Examination of American Mainstream Media Discourse of Solidarity and Citizenship in the Reporting of the Black Lives Matter Campaign Eilis Yazdani No 175 Are All Lives Valued? A Comparative Content Analysis of Global News Agencies’.

Are computerised profiling tools effective in support of AML procedures as required by MLROs and compliance officers in a banking sector context?

An inquiry into determining effectiveness despite ambiguity.

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