Emeritus Professor Philip Bell

Emeritus Professor
School of the Arts & Media

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Publications

    Books

    • Staines PJ;Bell PB;Michell J, 2001, Evaluating, doing and writing research in Psychology, Original, Sage Publications, London, Thosand Oaks, New Delhi
    • Bell PB;Staines PJ, 2001, Logical Psych, 1st, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, Australia
    • Bell PB, (ed.), 1998, Amercanization and Australia, Original, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, Australia

    Book Chapters

    • Bell PB, 2005, 'Psychology or semiotics: persons or subjects?', in Mülberger A; Gómez-Zúñiga B (ed.), Recent Contributions to the History of the Human Species, edn. Volume 13, Profil Verlag GmbH München Wien, Germany, pp. 86 - 104
    • Bell PB;Bell RJ, 2004, 'American/Global: Australian/Local', in Kroes R (ed.), Straddling Borders, edn. Original, VU University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 87 - 99
    • Bell PB, 2001, 'Content Analysis of Visual Images', in van Leeuwen T; Jewitt C (ed.), Handbook of Visual Analysis, edn. Original, Sage Publications, London, pp. 10 - 34
    • Bell PB, 2000, 'Australian Media and Communication past and present: A research overview', in Communications Studies towards the New Century, edn. Original, Beijing Broadcasting Institute Press, Beijing, China, pp. 278 - 288
    • Bell PB, 1998, 'The generation of images-ways of seeing', in Picture this: Media representations of visual art and artists, edn. Original, University of Luton Press, England, pp. 47 - 58
    • Bell PB, 1998, 'Television', in Americanization and Australia, edn. Original, University of New South Wales, Sydney, pp. 193 - 209
    • Bell PB;Bell RJ, 1998, 'Dilemmas of `Americanisation`', in Americanization and Australia, edn. Original, University of New South Wales, Sydney, pp. 1 - 14

    Journal articles

    • Daly T;Bell P, 2008, 'Visual abstraction and anatomy: pre- and post-modern imagery', VISUAL COMMUNICATION, vol. 7, pp. 183 - 198, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1470357208088758
    • Bell PB, 2006, 'Defamation and reputation in the Australian Press', Australian Journalism Review, vol. 28 (1), pp. 125 - 141
    • Bell PB, 2003, 'Neo-Psychology or Neo-Human? A Critique of Massumi`s Parables for the Virtual (2002)', Continuum : Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol. 17:4, pp. 445 - 461
    • Bell PB, 2002, 'Subjectivity and Identity: Semiotics as Psychological Explanation', Social Semiotics, vol. 12/2, pp. 201 - 217
    • Bell PB;Milic M, 2002, 'Goffman`s Gender Advertisements Revisited: Combining Content Analysis with Semiotics', Visual Communication, vol. 1/2, pp. 203 - 222
    • Bell PB, 2001, 'Real New Formats of Television: Looking at Big Brother', Media International Australia, Incorporating Culture and Policy, vol. 100, pp. 105 - 114
    • Bell PB, 1997, 'News values, race and `The Hanson Debate` in the Australian media', Asia Pacific Media Educator, vol. 2, pp. 38 - 47
    • Bell PB, 1997, 'Yet another ¿race row¿ looms', Metro, vol. 109, pp. 79 - 81
    • Bell RJ;Bell PB, 1995, 'The Americanisation of Australia: Rethinking post-war economic and cultural relationships', The Journal of International Communications, vol. 2:1, pp. 120 - 133

    Conference Papers

    • Bell PB, 2002, 'Blending Linguistics and cognition: a methodological critique', in Way We Think 2002, Way We Think 2002, Odense, Denmark, presented at Way We Think 2002, Odense, Denmark, 19 - 23 August 2002
    • Bell PB, 2000, 'Semiotics and the Content Analysis of Visual Images', in Hsin Hsi University Conference: Re-Thinking Qualitative Methodologies in Media and Communications Studies, Hsin Hsi University Conference: Re-Thinking Qualitative Methodologies in Media and Communications Studies, Taipeh, presented at Hsin Hsi University Conference: Re-Thinking Qualitative Methodologies in Media and Communications Studies, Taipeh, 01 January 2000
    • Bell PB, 2000, 'Language and the Media', in Style in Context: Language at Large, Style in Context: Language at Large, Sydney, presented at Style in Context: Language at Large, Sydney, 01 January 1997