Centre for Media Research




Dr Steve Baker

Lecturer in Film and Television Studies

About Dr Baker

His primary area of research is media representations of class, particularly in the British context. He is also interested in questions around capitalism and culture.

Research Fields

Stephen Baker joined the University of Ulster in 2008.

Contact Details

Office I149
+44 (0)28 7012 3060
sj.baker@ulster.ac.uk

Books Authored

Number of items: 2.

McLaughlin, Greg and Baker, Stephen (2015) The British Media and Bloody Sunday. Intellect. Bristol. 166 pp ISBN 978-1-78320-182-2

McLaughlin, Gregory and Baker, Stephen (2010) The Propaganda of Peace: The role of media and culture in the Northern Ireland Peace Process. Intellect Books. 103 pp ISBN 9781841502724

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Articles

Number of items: 4.

Baker, Stephen (2013) Early Doors and the Working Class Idyll. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 10 (1). pp. 224-240.

McLaughlin, Gregory and Baker, Stephen (2012) The media, the peace dividend and “bread and butter” politics.. Political Quarterly, 83 (2). pp. 292-298.

Baker, Stephen (2009) Shameless and the Question of England: Genre, Class and Nation. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 6 (3). pp. 452-467.

Baker, Stephen (2005) The Alternative Press in Northern Ireland and the Political Process’. Journalism Studies, 6 (5). pp. 375-386.

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Book Sections

Number of items: 9.

Baker, Stephen and McLaughlin, Greg (2016) From Belfast to Bamako: cinema in the era of capitalist realism. In: Ireland and Cinema: Culture and Contexts. (Eds: Monahan, Barry), Palgrave McMillan, pp. 107-116. ISBN 978-1-137-49635-5

Baker, Stephen (2016) ‘Victory doesn’t always look the way other people imagine it.’ Post-conflict cinema in Northern Ireland. In: The Routledge Companion to Cinema and Politics. (Eds: Tzioumakis, Yannis and Molloy, Claire), Routledge, London and New York, pp. 175-185. ISBN 978-0-415-71739-7

Baker, Stephen and McLaughlin, Gregory (2015) From Belfast to Bamako: Cinema in the Era of Capitalist Realism. In: Ireland and Cinema: Culture and Contexts. Palgrave McMillan, pp. 107-116. ISBN 978-1-137-49635-5

Baker, Stephen (2015) Loyalism on film and out of context. In: The Contested Identities of Ulster Protestants. (Eds: Burgess, Thomas Paul and Mulvenna, Gareth), Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 83-97. ISBN 9781137453938

McLaughlin, Gregory and Baker, Stephen (2010) ‘Paramilitary media (Northern Ireland)’. In: Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media. (Eds: Downing, John), Sage, pp. 384-387. ISBN 9780761926887

McLaughlin, Gregory and Baker, Stephen (2008) ‘House training the paramilitaries: The media and the propaganda of peace’. In: Northern Ireland After the Troubles. A Society in Transition. (Eds: Coulter, Colin and Murray, Michael), Manchester University Press, pp. 253-271. ISBN 9780719074400

McLaughlin, Gregory and Baker, Stephen (2005) ‘News. What is it good for?’. In: From Tomorrow on: Art, activism, technology and the future of independent media. (Eds: Bradley, William), MIRIAD/Cornerhouse, pp. 45-47. ISBN 1900756285

Baker, Stephen (2004) Vampire Troubles: Loyalism and Resurrection Man. In: Keeping it real: themes and issues in Irish film and television. (Eds: Barton, Ruth and O’Brien, Harvey), Wallflower, pp. 78-86. ISBN 978-1903364949

McLaughlin, Gregory and Baker, Stephen (2004) ‘Alternative media, the “War on Terror” and Northern Ireland’. In: U.S. and the Others: Global Media Images on “The War on Terror”. U.S. and the Others: Global Media Images on “The War on Terror”, pp. 191-201. ISBN 9189471245

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