Debbie Ging
Debbie Ging
Associate Professor in media studies, Dublin City University
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Alphas, betas, and incels: Theorizing the masculinities of the manosphere
D Ging
Men and Masculinities 22 (4), 638-657, 2019
1972019
‘Written in these scars are the stories I can’t explain’: A content analysis of pro-ana and thinspiration image sharing on Instagram
D Ging, S Garvey
New Media & Society 20 (3), 1181-1200, 2018
582018
Men and masculinities in Irish cinema
D Ging
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
572012
A ‘manual on masculinity’? The consumption and use of mediated images of masculinity among teenage boys in Ireland
D Ging
Irish Journal of Sociology 14 (2), 29-52, 2005
572005
All-consuming images: new gender formations in post-Celtic-Tiger Ireland
D Ging
Manchester University Press, 2009
542009
Special issue on online misogyny
D Ging, E Siapera
Feminist Media Studies 18 (4), 515-524, 2018
392018
Cyberbullying, conflict management or just messing? Teenage girls’ understandings and experiences of gender, friendship, and conflict on Facebook in an Irish second-level school
D Ging, J O’Higgins Norman
Feminist Media Studies 16 (5), 805-821, 2016
382016
Screening the green: cinema under the Celtic Tiger
D Ging
Reinventing Ireland. Culture, Society and the Global Economy, 2002
352002
Women, men and news: it’s life, Jim, but not as we know it
D Ross, Karen, Boyle, Karen, Carter, Cindy and Ging
Journalism Studies, 2016
32*2016
Transforming Ireland: challenges, critiques, resources
D Ging, M Cronin, P Kirby
Manchester Univ Pr, 2009
31*2009
Interculturalism and multiculturalism in lreland: textual strategies at work in the media landscape
D Ging, J Malcolm
Council of Europe, 2004
172004
Goldfish memories? On seeing and hearing marginalised identities in contemporary Irish cinema
D Ging
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008
102008
# Slane Girl, beauty pageants and padded bras: flashpoints in the sexualisation of children debate in Irish media and political discourse
D Ging, E Kiely, K Kitching, M Leane
Feminist Media Studies 19 (3), 412-427, 2019
52019
Background paper on the Stereotyping of Women in Advertising in the Irish Media
D Ging, R Flynn
The Equality Authority, 2008
52008
New Lads or Protest Masculinities?: Investigating Marginalised Masculinities in Contemporary Irish Film
D Ging
Mapping Irish Media: Critical Explorations, 2007
52007
The politics of sound and image: Eisenstein, artifice and acoustic montage in contemporary feminist cinema
D Ging
The Montage Principle, 67-95, 2004
52004
Neologising Misogyny: Urban Dictionary’s folksonomies of sexual abuse
D Ging, T Lynn, P Rosati
New Media and Society, 2019
42019
Gender Hate Online Understanding the New Anti-Feminism
D Ging, E Siapera
42019
Irish education, mercantile transformations and a deeply discharged public sphere
D O’Sullivan
Transforming Ireland: Challenges, Critiques, Resources. Manchester and New …, 2009
42009
Report on the Forum on Media and Interculturalism
D Ging, J Malcom, M Connolly
Dublin City University, 21st and 22nd March, 2002
42002
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