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  • 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 ...
  • Burton, Christine; Griffin, Janette (University of South Australia, 2008)
    The purpose of this research is to understand how small museums contribute to social capital in their community. The research uses three distinct case studies to distinguish differences and similarities. The article first ...
  • Sun, Wanning (University of Texas Press, 2010)
    In March 2009, Li Changchun, China?s Chief of Propaganda and a senior member of the standing committee of China?s Political Bureau, told the ABC (Australia?s national broadcaster) that China was ?concerned? about the ...
  • Carey, Gabrielle (Westerly Centre; University of Western Australia, 2010)
    My study, says my partner, has transformed into a shrine to Randolph Stow. On one wall there is a photo of Stow as a stunningly handsome, James Dean-like, young man. He is looking quizzical as he gazes at the Western ...
  • Gibson, Ross (Post Pressed, 2004)
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  • Neumark, Norie; Miranda, Maria (Kirkbride Gallery, Net art site selected for Turbulence, Internationally, 2003)
    Research Background Digital networked culture shifted the focus from discrete objects and individuals to networks of communications. Meanwhile new media art's interactivity and approach to archiving remained somewhat ...
  • Jones, Meredith (Carfax Publishing, 2004)
  • 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 ...
  • Guo, Yingjie (Nanyang Technological University, 2007)
    This paper analyses Hero in the context of China's ongoing search for heroes as a response to a growing divergence of cultural values and a prevalent identity crisis accompanying the rapid transformation since the late ...
  • Norris, Yolande (UTS Gallery, 2011-03-08)
    Natural Digression brings together seven artists from a variety of disciplines, who all share an interest in the notions, tools and conventions of the rational sciences. The exhibition title plays upon a Eurocentric ...
  • Lewis, Kanthi; Kealley, Catherine; Elcombe, Margaret; Van Riessen, A; Ben-Nissan, Besim (Australasian Ceramic Society, 2005)
    This paper reports neutron diffraction data and its analysis of bone derived hydroxyapatite and synthetic hydroxyapatite (HAp). FTIR spectroscopy showed a number of changes in the bone derived hydroxyapatite as a function ...
  • Mitchell, Anthony (Musicological Society of Australia, 2013)
    Psychogeography has been applied to music in relation to the way in which music can express both a spirit of place and a topographical dimension in which musical forms, idioms and modes of expression mirror features of ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Brandl & Schlesinger, 2007)
    This piece of creative non-fiction takes its title from the final sentence of Thea Astley's final novel, Drylands (1999). The essay was praised by poet and literary critic Dr Michael Brennan for its 'intelligence and ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Text Publishing, 2011)
  • Price, Jenna (Canberra Times, 2007)
    The author published ten pieces of journalism in the Canberra Times and challenged the dominant discourse by using extensive interviewing, surveys and analysis to develop fresh understanding of the political dynamic behind ...
  • Gillen, Paul (O.L. Publishing, 2006)
  • Morton, Thomas (ABC, 2005)
    The program was produced for Background Briefing, ABC Radio Nationala??s flagship investigative journalism program. It is 54 minutes in duration and the product of 6-7 weeks of intensive research, interviewing, editing, ...
  • Morton, Thomas (ABC, 2005)
    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/backgroundbriefing/nuclear-nightmares/3450326 The program was produced for Background Briefing, ABC Radio Nationala??s flagship investigative journalism program. It is 54 minutes ...
  • Bednarek, M. A.; Bublitz, W. (Niemeyer, 2004)