Items where Author is "Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna"

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Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2022) The Veterans Administration and PTSD:Challenges and Changes from Vietnam to Iraq. In: The Edinburgh Companion to the Politics of American Health. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474450966

Parry, Katy and Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2022) ‘We may have bad days… that doesn’t make us killers’: How military veterans perceive contemporary British media representations of military and post-military life. Media, War and Conflict. ISSN 1750-6352

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2022) Masculinity, Identity, and Disabled Veterans:How British Audiences Respond to Representations of Military Veterans on Prime Time BBC Programmes. In: Rhetoric of Masculinity. Lexington Books. ISBN 9781793626882

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna and Parry, Katy (2020) Veterans and the Media:A pilot survey report on how UK veterans perceive media representations about military and post-military experiences. White Rose University Press, Leeds.

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2017) Bare Strength: representing veterans of the desert wars in US media. Media, Culture and Society, 39 (1). pp. 45-61. ISSN 1460-3675

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2016) ‘Invisible Warriors: Trauma and Ethics in the Narratives of the Iraq Wars’. In: America: Justice, Conflict, War. European Views of the United States. Winter University Press, Heidelberg, Germany.

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2013) When the ‘homeland’ is a warzone: Technology, exile, and writing the Iraq war. Critical Studies on Security, 1 (2). pp. 174-188. ISSN 2162-4909

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2012) From One Gulf to Another: Reading Masculinity in American Narratives of the Gulf and Iraq Wars. Literature Compass, 9 (5). pp. 357-70. ISSN 1741-4113

Pitchford, Jenna (2011) The global war on terror, identity, and changing perceptions:Iraqi responses to America's War in Iraq. Journal of American Studies, 45 (04). pp. 695-716. ISSN 0021-8758

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna and Mukherjee, Souvik (2010) “Shall We Kill the Pixel Soldier?”: Perceptions of trauma and morality in combat videogames. Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds, 2 (1). pp. 39-51.

Pitchford-Hyde, Jenna (2010) The American “Other” in the Gulf War Novel: Writing Race and National Identity in Christopher John Farley’s My Favorite War (1996). In: Writing America into the Twenty-First Century: Essays on the American Novel. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 56-75.

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