Browsing College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies by Subject "Internet"
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Comparison of an online mindfulness-based cognitive therapy intervention with online pain management psychoeducation: A randomized controlled pilot study. (2015-01-07)This study tested the effectiveness of a computerised mindfulness-based cognitive therapy intervention compared to computerized pain management psychoeducation in a randomized study.
(Elsevier, 2007)This article examines the relationship between new information and communication technologies and territorial boundaries through an analysis of online interaction oriented around a sectarian interface in north Belfast. It ...
(University of Western Australia, 2010)Over the past two decades the world has experienced a phenomenal rise in popularity of new Internet technologies in the shape of innovative software, applications and services. Online social networking websites, blogging, ...
(Taylor & Francis, 2009)Can parody help us to "re-imagine" the organizations and institutions we live with (Du Gay 2007, 13)? Or, like many forms of critique, does parody risk being incorporated: becoming part of the power it aims to make fun of? ...