Activity of School of Communications, Dublin City University
Aims and objectives
Teaches and researches in Film Studies, Cultural Studies and Media Studies with a focus on gender and ethnicity / interculturalism.
Name: School of Communications, Dublin City University
Area of intervention: Media
Organisation Country: Ireland
Organisation City: Dublin
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Organisation Phone: +35 317007729
Name: Debbie Ging
Phone: +35 3879376814
Email: +35 317007729
- Currently writing a book on Men and Masculinities in Irish Cinema
- Working on an empirical (quantitative and qualitative) study of men and masculinity in Irish advertising
- Ging D., 'Boys on Film: Irish Cinema's Challenge to Myths of Irish Manhood since the 1970s' Irish Masculinities: An Interdisciplinary Conference Institute of Irish Studies, Queens University, Belfast, 26th - 27th February 2010.
- Ging D., 'All-Consuming Images: Consumerism, Media Commercialisation and the Reconstruction of Gender in Contemporary Ireland', invited speaker at NUIM Centre for Media Studies Lecture Series, NUI Maynooth, Ireland, 5th March 2008.
- Ging D., 'New Lads or Protest Masculinities?: An Audience Study of the Meanings of Male Marginalisation in Contemporary Irish Film', International Association for Media and Communication Research 50th Anniversary conference, Paris, France, 23rd-25th July 2007.
- Ging D., 'All-Consuming Images: New Gender Formations in Post-Celtic-Tiger Ireland', Mediating New Ireland: 3rd annual conference of the Irish Media Research Network, Digital Hub, Dublin, Ireland, 15th June 2007.
- Ging D. (2008) 'Goldfish Memories? On Seeing and Hearing Marginalised Identities in Contemporary Irish Cinema' in Facing the Other: Interdisciplinary Studies on Race, Class and Gender in Ireland, Cambridge: Scholar's Press
- Ging D. (2008) 'All-Consuming Images: New Gender Formations in Post-Celtic-Tiger Ireland' in Transforming Ireland: Challenges, Critiques and Resources, Manchester University Press (forthcoming)
- Ging D. (2007) 'New Lads or Protest Masculinities?: Investigating Marginalised Masculinities in Contemporary Irish Film', Mapping Irish Media: Critical Explorations, UCD Press
- Ging D (2007) 'All the Rage: Digital Games, Female Violence and the Postfeminisation of Cinema's New Action Heroines', Film Ireland, Vol. 4, December 2007.