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Emma Carroll (She/ Her) is a PhD candidate and Learning Support Tutor in the Department of Sports, Leisure and Tourism at the Technological University of the Shannon, Ireland. Having completed her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Studies with Event Management, she decided to pursue her interest in research. Her PhD study investigates security perceptions of event attendees through use of a semiotic analysis. Her research interests include: Event Management Risk Management Event Consumption Semiotics. Her research interests include: Event Management Risk Management Event Consumption ​Semiotics You can follow Emma on Twitter: ​@Emma_Carroll97

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