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  • Fowler, Cathrine; Nash, Christopher; Bacon, Wendy; Sorensen, Ros (eContent Publishing Management Pty Ltd, 2010)
    The high incidence of sexual abuse of Indigenous children in remote Australia prompted the Australian Government to implement an emergency response of health and welfare measures (the Intervention) in 2007 to protect ...
  • Chubb, Philip; Bacon, Wendy (Projekt Verlag, 2010)
    On June 24, 2010, six months after the end the Copenhagen Summit in a day of high drama, the Australian Labor Party dumped its leader, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, in favour of his deputy, Julia Gillard. The politics of ...
  • Bacon, Wendy (The Sydney Morning Herald, 2006)
    Background Over eight months in 2000, Lani Brennan's then husband repeatedly raped, bashed and stabbed her. Finally, Brennan had the courage to provide sufficient evidence for NSW police to charge him. Nevertheless, it ...
  • Bacon, Wendy (Auckland University of technology, 2005)
    Australia s media accountability systems (M*A*S) include the Australian Press Council, broadcasting self-regulatory schemes, public broadcasting charters, the Media, Arts and Entertainment Alliance (MEAA) Code of Ethics, ...
  • Das, Jahnnabi; Bacon, Wendy; Zaman, Akhteruz (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2009)
    This article explores the coverage of environmental issues in the daily newspapers of Bangladesh, a South-Asian country facing the onslaught of global warming because of its low-lying deltaic plains and overpopulation. The ...
  • Bacon, Wendy; Nash, Christopher (University of Australia, 2003)
  • Jakubowicz, Andrew; Macnamara, Jim; Bacon, Wendy (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2009-07-29)
    This is an informal question and answer session with the three presenters Wendy Bacon, Jim Macnamara and Andrew Jakubowicz on the broad topic of Human Rights and Media.
  • Bacon, Wendy (South Pacific Centre for Communication and Information in Development University of Papua New Guinea, 2011)
    More than thirty universities within the Pacific region are now teaching journalism. Across the sector, there are now hundreds of journalism academics and thousands of students. While students are undergraduates, others ...
  • Bacon, Wendy (Journalism Education Association, 2006)
  • Bacon, Wendy; Nash, Christopher (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2012)
    The coal industry is a high-profile and significant sector of the Australian economy that is coming under increasing criticism as a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. This paper offers a Bourdieusian field ...
  • Bacon, Wendy (Reportage, UTS, 2004)
    Background The stories in this portfolio are a significant part of a major investigation into a NSW miscarriage of justice, which the journalist began before 2003 and continues now. The journalist uncovered fresh ...
  • Bacon, Wendy; Calacouras, Nick (The Sydney Morning Herald, ACIJ, 2005)
    Background The journalist co-authored the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism's major scholarly research report NewsWorthy, which analysed Australian media coverage of aid and humanitarian issues. The study ...
  • Nash, Christopher; Bacon, Wendy (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, 2006)
    This article reports on a preliminary scan of six English-language newspapers in Southeast Asia, with a side comparison to a leading Australian newspaper, regarding their coverage of environmental sustainability issues ...
  • Bacon, Wendy; Nash, Christopher (Journalism Education Association, 2004)
    This article reviews three case studies in the Australian media reporting of international humanitarian crises. The case studies cover a six-month period in 1999 and draw on all media over that period. Thethree case ...