Try these other resources for access to plays, Vogue magazine, the consumer culture collection and some market research and advertising resources.
Drama Online provides full text access to works by new writers and the most iconic names in playwriting history. It also provides contextual and critical background through scholarly works and practical guides. It offers unique Play Tools
with Character Grids, Words and Speech graphs and Part Books for a new way to engage with plays for close study or for performance.
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Provides access to feature-length theatre productions, interviews with actors, directors and creatives and exclusive behind-the-scenes content. It includes unique full-length films of current leading productions of Shakespeare plays, modern dramas, musicals and adaptations of classic novels. It also offers exclusive behind-the-scenes insights from theatre makers. There are accompanying accessible study guides to develop understanding of plot, character, language, historical context and authors.
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View American Vogue from the first issue, in 1892, to the present day.
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A print collection held by the Library. Contains a wide range of magazines which, in some cases, go back as far as the 1920s. Request these magazines from the Enquiry Desk for reference use in the Library.
Screenonline is devoted to the history of British film and television, and to British social history as revealed by film and television. Video clips, film stills, posters, press books, and recorded interviews with film and television personalities are available to search from the British Film Institute's Film and Television archive.
LOGIN: Screenonline is freely accessible for all Solent staff and students, but the moving image material can only be accessed from PCs within Southampton Solent University. When viewing clips you will need to view them using FIREFOX and Windows Media Player (rather than VLC Web).
Full text archive of reviews, interviews and features on artists from a range of music publications including NME, Rolling Stone, Q and Kerrang. There are over 10,000 articles in the archive ranging from the late 1950s to the present.
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The following resources are mainly used by business students, but they may contain useful statistical and further information:
Market research reports covering a wide range of topics
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Market research reports
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Marketing communications and advertising reosurce covering over 25,000 articles, case studies, research reports and summaries .
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Showcases the world's best TV advertising, virals, short films and promos with an archive of over 50,000 pieces of work. It's also updated daily.
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Creative Club is the UK's largest advertising archive. Including over 1.5 million advertisements across all media. The archive dates back to 1997 and is updated in real-time. Storyboards and advertisements are available to download.
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