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Graham Bond

Dr Graham Bond PhD

Senior Lecturer

School of Business, Law and Communications

023 8201 3022 ext. 3022 Room no. JM229

Biography

Graham previously spent ten years working as a journalist on newspapers and magazines in the UK and Asia. He began his career in regional print journalism in the UK, writing for the Reading Chronicle and the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, before spending five years living and working in China. During this time he contributed articles to The Times, The Australian, the South China Morning Post, the China Daily, worked as deputy editor of Shanghai-based travel magazine Asia and Away, and authored a total of six guidebooks. He completed his doctorate in Chinese media and political communications in 2015 at the University of Westminster’s highly-regarded Communication and Research Institute (CAMRI). In addition to his Solent teaching, Graham currently works as review editor for the Sage journal Global Media and China.

Taught courses

Further information

  1. Recent publications

    Find out more about Graham's recent publications.

    Guiding Public Protest - PhD Thesis, 2015, University of Westminster

  2. Research interests

    Graham has a number of research interests, most notably focusing on the intersection between digital journalism and political communications.

    Recurring themes of interest include propaganda and ideology, liberalism and modernity, fake news, and media literacy.

  3. Teaching experience

    Graham has taught in a variety of learning environments, at home and overseas. To find out more about Graham's teaching experience, please follow the link below.

    Prior to Graham's current full-time role at Solent, he taught English to university students in China (2003-5), Mandarin to primary school pupils in rural Hampshire (2013-4), and led seminars and summer schools on the journalism programme at the University of Westminster during his doctoral study (2010-2014).