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Unexpected Enterprises: Remixing Creative Entrepreneurship (2019)
Book Chapter
Agusita, E., & Ashton, D. (in press). Unexpected Enterprises: Remixing Creative Entrepreneurship. In S. Luckman, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Pathways into Creative Working LivesPalgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature)

Entrepreneurialism is widely encouraged across many industrial sectors in the ‘knowledge-based’ economy of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Entrepreneurialism, including self-promotion and work on the self, has been held and is a... Read More about Unexpected Enterprises: Remixing Creative Entrepreneurship.

Visualising love: Disrupting migrant datafication (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Agusita, E. (2018, May). Visualising love: Disrupting migrant datafication. Presented at Data Justice 2018

Amid rapidly tightening immigration control by powerful nation states, migrants are increasingly subject to data discrimination, not least through processes of border management that exact individuals’ information for the purpose of social sorting an... Read More about Visualising love: Disrupting migrant datafication.

View over Bristol - Tryers, creativity and a civic imaginary (2017)
Book Chapter
Sobers, S., Dovey, J., & Agusita, E. (2017). View over Bristol - Tryers, creativity and a civic imaginary. In A. Atay, & J. Brower (Eds.), Communication, Culture, and Making Meaning in the City: Ethnographic Engagements in Urban EnvironmentsLexington Books

"Bristol has a culture of tryers, lots of people trying but because there’s a lack of accessibility. Because there is a lack of exits, naturally there are loads of people trying to get out… it is full of people who are trying because they can't grab... Read More about View over Bristol - Tryers, creativity and a civic imaginary.

Community media as social innovation: Transformation, agency and value (2017)
Book Chapter
Dovey, J., Sobers, S., & Agusita, E. (2017). Community media as social innovation: Transformation, agency and value. In S. Malik, C. Chapain, & R. Comunian (Eds.), Community Filmmaking: Diversity, Innovation, Policy and PracticeRoutledge

An analysis of the young people's produced media cultures as forms of creative citizenship, discussed through the empirically evidenced themes of; transformative subjects, tricksterism & entrepreneurialism, and citizenship benefit.

How to Teach Entrepreneurship to Communication and Creative Industries Students (2016)
Book
Stenvall-Virtanen, S., Grönlund, M., Malinen, P., Foà, C., Crespo, M., Cardoso, G., …Picard, R. (2016). ISCTE (Ed.), How to Teach Entrepreneurship to Communication and Creative Industries Students. CreBiz

This handbook has been written as a result of work undertaken in the "CreBiz - Business Development Laboratory Study Module for Creative Industries" project. The objective of creating the study module is to enhance the business knowledge of undergrad... Read More about How to Teach Entrepreneurship to Communication and Creative Industries Students.

From networks to complexity: Two case studies (2016)
Book Chapter
Harte, D., Dovey, J., Agusita, E., & Zamenopoulos, T. (2016). From networks to complexity: Two case studies. In J. Hartley, & I. Hargreaves (Eds.), The Creative Citizen Unbound: How Social Media and DIY Culture Contribute to Democracy, Communities and the Creative Economy, 129-152. Policy Press

"From the noticeboard in the newsagent’s window to multi-layered online networks using social networking technologies, citizens are increasingly accessing networks of support that uncover previously invisible opportunities. Such networks exist online... Read More about From networks to complexity: Two case studies.

Asset mapping and civic creativity (2016)
Book Chapter
Alexiou, K., Agusita, E., Alevizou, G., Chapain, C., Zamenopoulos, T., & Turner, J. (2016). Asset mapping and civic creativity. In J. Hartley, & I. Hargreaves (Eds.), The Creative Citizen Unbound: How Social Media and DIY Culture Contribute to Democracy, Communities and the Creative Economy, 181-204. Policy Press

"The Creative Citizen project is concerned not only with understanding and capturing current practice and its value (as enacted through the use of different media) but also exploring how this pursuit of value can be further supported and advanced.... Read More about Asset mapping and civic creativity.

Knowle West Media Centre: Creative data toolkit, research and development report (2015)
Report
Agusita, E., Hassan, C., Thomson, S., & Yates, R. (2015). Knowle West Media Centre: Creative data toolkit, research and development report

Report on the Curating Activism Project, funded through the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts (supported by Nesta, the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the National Lottery through the Arts Council). KWMC and partners ran a phased ‘Curating Ac... Read More about Knowle West Media Centre: Creative data toolkit, research and development report.

Creative citizens: Researching the value of creative citizenship through co-creative action research (A ‘transmedia’ case study) (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S., Dovey, J., Agusita, E., & Baidoo, V. (2014, December). Creative citizens: Researching the value of creative citizenship through co-creative action research (A ‘transmedia’ case study). Paper presented at Engage Conference 2014: Unlocking the Potential of Curiosity-Driven Engagement

This presentation shares the approach and findings of a case study that explored how ‘South Blessed’, an informal youth network of creative citizens in Bristol, generates value through its activities. South Blessed showcases a diversity of young, cre... Read More about Creative citizens: Researching the value of creative citizenship through co-creative action research (A ‘transmedia’ case study).

Creative citizens: Researching the value of creative citizenship through co-creative action research (A ‘transmedia’ case study) (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S., Dovey, J., Agusita, E., Baidoo, V., West, T., & Chapain, C. (2014, September). Creative citizens: Researching the value of creative citizenship through co-creative action research (A ‘transmedia’ case study). Paper presented at Creative Citizens: The Conference

This session shares the work of the Creative Citizens strand that set out to investigate the impact of informal creative networks on their communities. In Bristol we worked with the network of young people that work around the very informal South Ble... Read More about Creative citizens: Researching the value of creative citizenship through co-creative action research (A ‘transmedia’ case study).

Cultural hybridity as the fuel of creative enterprises (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S., Agusita, E., & Dovey, J. (2014, January). Cultural hybridity as the fuel of creative enterprises. Paper presented at Community Filmmaking & Cultural Diversity: Practice, Innovation and Policy

South Blessed is a community media operation based in Bristol, specialising in Hip Hop music videos, activist documentary, and live topical debates streamed online. The editorial ethos of South Blessed is one of promotion of talent and opinion from... Read More about Cultural hybridity as the fuel of creative enterprises.

Socially engaged practice, higher education and research – what’s the future? in demanding conversations: Socially engaged arts practices in a changing political climate - Panel chair (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Thomson, S., Fryer, L., Asante, B., & Boldon, A. (2010, September). Socially engaged practice, higher education and research – what’s the future? in demanding conversations: Socially engaged arts practices in a changing political climate - Panel chair. Presented at Demanding Conversations

This workshop session in Demanding COnversations focuses on the connections and relationships between Higher Education and community and arts organisations exploring a range of issues identified by key contributors and conference delegates. Demand... Read More about Socially engaged practice, higher education and research – what’s the future? in demanding conversations: Socially engaged arts practices in a changing political climate - Panel chair.

Design Hacks: Flips and Tips for Pedagogic Innovation
Presentation / Conference
Design Hacks: Flips and Tips for Pedagogic Innovation. Presented at CIHE Annual Conference 2019: Creative Approaches to Pedagogic Research

This conference presentation summarized the findings of the 2018/19 UWE Pedagogic Project "Design Thinking as a Pedagogic Tool: Innovating the Liminal Learning Process". The project investigated how design thinking approaches could be used as an effe... Read More about Design Hacks: Flips and Tips for Pedagogic Innovation.


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