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  • Hassid, Jonathan (International Communication Association, 2012)
    Despite censorship, Chinese bloggers routinely uncover corruption, help solve social problems, and even pressure state officials to change policy. The power of online opinion is undisputed in individual cases, but the ...
  • Macris, Anthony (Rodopi, 2004)
    In his seminal study of novelistic mise en abyme structures, The Mirror in the Text, Lucien Dallenbach identifies a type he calls the mise en abyme of paradoxical duplication. Characterised by an extreme self-reflexivity, ...
  • Lederwasch, Aleta (Common Ground Publishing, 2011)
    Scenario Art (visual representations of a future scenario, used to enhance decision-making processes) is offered as a new tool to facilitate a transition to sustainable futures. The paper acknowledges recent evaluations ...
  • Piper, Tessa; Wilcox, Simon; Bonfiglioli, Catriona; Emilsen, Adrian; Martin, Paul (http://ejournalist.com.au/, 2011)
    Research challenging assumptions about the value of bicycle helmets and the laws which make them mandatory recently triggered a media debate about bicycle helmet laws and prompted discussion as to the extent to which ...
  • Aroney, Eurydice; Davis, Sharon (Australian Broadcasting Commision, 2007)
    The Search for Edna Lavilla Produced by Eurydice Aroney and Sharon Davis. http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2007/06/ree_20070609.mp3 Background A radio documentary in the Journalism research discipline. This ...
  • Aroney, Eurydice; Morton, Thomas; Brown, Stuart (ABC Radio National, 2010)
    The Secret Life of an Australian Mother is a radio series that contributes to the research areas of media arts and radio studies specifically radio documentary formats. The work was broadcast on ABC Radio National 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 ...
  • Turner, Gregory; Edmonds, Ernest; Weakley, Alastair (IEEE CS Press, 2005)
    This paper presents findings from a study of the social and technical roles of programmers in art-technology collaborations. Combined with a review of the supportive and obstructive roles of technology with respect to ...
  • Dwyer, Catherine (ABC Books, 2005)
  • Van Leeuwen, Theodoor (Routledge, 2011)
    In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, fuelled by the industrial revolution and the questions it raised about the difference between handmade and machine-made objects, were intense debates about the nature of decoration ...
  • Beilharz, Kirsty (Australian Music Centre, 2005)
    Background This is a work for solo violin and piano of approximately 10 minutes duration for professional standard performers. It is an original composition score available through the Australia Music Centre Sydney, the ...
  • Maniaty, Anthony (Penguin Group (Australia), 2009)
    Account of author's experiences as television journalist with Australian Broadcasting Commission covering the conflict in East Timor in 1975, and his return to East Timor as a media consultant on the feature film 'Balibo' in 2008.
  • Macris, Anthony (Fairfax, 2011)
    IT'S of the great truisms of fiction writing: show, don't tell. Like all truisms, it needs to be handled with care. Showing, in its most extreme form, will lead you simply to compiling a list of objects. While you'll achieve ...
  • Morton, Thomas; Aroney, Eurydice (ABC, 2010)
    Sharleen Spiteri was a sex worker, a drug user, and she was HIV+. In July 1989, Sharleen Spiteri appeared on the national current affairs TV program 60 Minutes and told reporter Jeff McMullen that she tried to get her ...
  • Caines, Christopher (Chris Caines, 2003)
    Background - Sixteen Days was funded from two sources, a New Work grant from the Australia Council ($15k) an Asialink Residency in Bangkok ($12k) which afforded the time to post produce the piece. It sits within a practice ...
  • Spurr, Samantha (University of Sydney, 2004)
    Book Review/Commentary of 'Skateboarding, Space and the City' by Ian Borden
  • Loke, Lian; Feltham, Francis; Van Den Hoven, Elise; Hannam, Jeffrey; Bongers, Albertus (ACM, 2013)
    Walking is a physical activity that most people do on a daily basis. It is often characterized as a utilitarian means of locomotion; our basic, habitual mode of getting around from place to place. Walking can also be ...
  • Price, Jenna (Canberra Times, 2007)
    Background As the news has the power to set the public agenda, significant gaps in the news media can contribute to policy neglect. The has author identified a significant gap in the newsmedia - there are columnists who ...
  • Carey, Gabrielle (ABC Books, 2006)
    Background The essay is a form of literature that has a strong history in England and the United States but the form is not so strong in Australia. The popular understanding of an essay is a style and form that is overly ...
  • Barrell, Anthony (Griffith University, 2008)
    When Formula One 'supremo' Max Mosley successfully sued Britain's News ofthe World (NoW) for its invasion of his 'privacy' in 2008 (he was secretly filmed in the company of five hired handmaidens administering stern ...