Rebecca Coleman

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Bios REBECCA COLEMAN is a Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies, Lancaster University. Her research is primarily concerned with studying the relations between bodies and images. Her book, The Becoming of Bodies (2009), examines these relations through empirical research with teenage girls from a Deleuzian perspective and she is currently writing a book,(More)
In this follow-up interview to her keynote lecture at the MeCCSA-PGN 2015 Conference in Coventry, Rebecca Coleman discusses the affective relations between bodies, images and environments. Coleman offers an overview of her work on images and the body, as well as her interest in theorising the present and the future, and explains her engagement with(More)
Traditionally popular songs have been used as a way of enhancing listening and auditory perception skills and teaching vocabulary, but not necessarily for memory recall. Popular song gap-fills are already commonplace within the EFL (English as a foreign language) field; however, this study found that more attention needs to be given, to the lexical,(More)
The psychiatrist on a hospital's medical staff has a major role in maintaining the quality standards established by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and in preparing for its accreditation survey. The authors review the medical staff's role in quality assurance activities, including development of clinical indicators,(More)
The problems of parents whose child is diagnosed or newly identified as mentally retarded or otherwise developmentally delayed are varied and difficult. As many authors have pointed out, the manner in which parents deal with this initial crisis of acceptance can have long term consequences for the parents, the family, and the handicapped child. In the past,(More)
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