Michael Higgins




Michael Higgins teaches across the JCW and English programmes. He is member of University Senate, has been Visiting Professor in Political Communications at Libera Università Internazionale per gli Studi Sociali (LUISS) in Rome, and is currently a member of the Ross Priory Broadcast Talk Group.

He serves on the editorial boards of Communication Theory and Journalism Education, as well as the advisory boards for the IB Taurus International Library of Gender and Popular Culture and LUISS's Centre for Media and Communication Studies "Massimo Baldini". In addition, Michael has acted as referee for more than thirty journals, publishers and funding bodies across media and language analysis, and political science.

Michael welcomes enquiries from new research students in any of his areas of publication: political communications, discourse analysis, politics and the popular, and the social and political roles of journalism.

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Learn about the key principles and debates in journalism and enact the role of a journalist in the context of an escalating story. This free online course is aimed at those curious about journalism and looking to gain a better understanding of what the subject entails. Run by a team of internationally-renowned scholars and journalism practitioners at the University of Strathclyde, it gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the professional world of reporters and editors.

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