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  • Joseph, Sue (ejournalist, 2011)
    Figures confirm that Australians avidly read their creative non-fiction. But most would be unable to name the genre; it is not as widely defined or discussed in Australia as it is in the USA and UK, where it is actively ...
  • Joseph, Sue (The Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2011)
    Year after year, Australian newspaper journalism cannot seem to make it out of the bottom four of the thirty most distrusted professions, pipped only by car salesmen, advertisers and estate agents. Taking an historical ...
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    Joseph, Sue (UTSePress, 2013)
    There are many ubiquitous notions of the modern Western 'home' including psychological, spatial and emotional. As a universal social construct, its principle differentials are cultural and inter relational. ...
  • Joseph, Sue (Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2013)
    Memoir writing and publishing has surged in recent years and this pattern is reflected in a surge in the number of students seeking to undertake degrees in auto-ethnographic creative non-fiction writing within tertiary ...
  • Joseph, Sue (Abramis Academic, 2013)
    Janet Malcolm penned the infamous `morally indefensible' phrase more than twenty years ago concerning journalism practice and, despite the length of time, its application is a bench-marking filter through which ethical ...
  • Joseph, Sue (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010)
    Silence is a ubiquitous by-product of traumatic crime but when the subjects of such crime finally decide to speak, the interview process itself can be a traumatising experience. Furthermore, the handling of information by ...
  • Joseph, Sue (Routledge, 2011)
    The journalism industry has only recently begun to embrace reflective practice in response to trauma in journalists, but it substantially ignores empathy. This article examines six narratives of trauma subjects from the ...
  • Joseph, Sue (University of Wollongong, 2007)
    In 1950s northern Queensland, a pack of eighteen to twenty white youth drove a young black teenager to a deserted spot, and gang raped her, believing they had hidden their crime by killing her. Not only did she survive and ...
  • Joseph, Sue (Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2012)
    There is often a moment or moments during an interview where the subject's deeply personal experience intersects with the narrative process; "an eloquent episode" on which the central significance of an entire story ...
  • Joseph, Sue (Alto Books, 2012)
    Speaking Secrets is a non-fiction work which explores voicelessness and the media. It focuses on sexuality secrets and explores what happens when these secrets become public property. Each chapter is written in a literary ...
  • Joseph, Sue (University of Canberra, 2005)
  • Joseph, Sue (Routledge, Taylor & Francis, 2010)
    Ever since Tom Wolfe wrote a 13-page essay entitled 'The Birth of the New Journalism: eyewitness report by Tom Wolfe' in the 1970s, debate has raged over the nature of this New Journalism or literary journalism or creative ...
  • Joseph, Sue (2007)
    As with most non-traditional PhD dissertations, this work comprises two parts: a professional creative component, in this case of literary journalism; and an exegetical research component. Part one, Speaking Secrets, ...
  • Joseph, Sue (The Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2008)
    Ever since Tom Wolfe wrote a thirteen page essay entitled The birth of the new journalism, eyewitness report by Tom Wolfe in the Seventies, debate has raged over what this New Journalism or literary journalism or creative ...
  • Joseph, Sue; Rickett, Carolyn (The Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2010)
    The autobiographical turn in literary studies has increasingly placed value on selfrepresentation as a strategic means of reclaiming voice, identity and agency. By and large, the narrating 'I' is circulated and read as a ...