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  • Reid, Anna; Petocz, Peter (Asutralian Association of Researchers in Music Education AARME, 2003)
  • Reid, A. (Taylor and Francis, 2007)
    This paper reports on variation in the ways that instrumental and vocal students at tertiary level experience or understand, learning. Five related conceptions of learning are described ranging from quite limiting view's ...
  • Das, Jahnnabi (Journalism Education Association, 2006)
  • Allatson, Paul (Queensland University of Technology, 2004)
  • Heyward, Megan (Fremantle Press, 2009)
  • Price, Jenna (Canberra Times, 2007)
    'DISABILITY These articles represent an original contribution to knowledge specifically in the public debate about disabilities. I used advanced journalism methods, including researched interviews and analysis of the ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2007)
    In an essay entitled 'A Voice', the author Barry Lopez describes his first apprehension of the voices of others. In his case - a young man aspiring to be a writer - these others were everyone not white, middle-class, ...
  • Thomas, M. (O.L. Society Limited, 2003)
  • Leung, Linda; Humphreys, Tania; Weakley, Alastair (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Press, 2008)
    The paper details the preliminary results of a research and design project for the Australasian Centre for Interaction Design?s Virtual Communities program. The project aims to mine knowledge from an email archive through ...
  • Carey, Gabrielle (Scribe Publications, 2009)
    Non-fiction (unreferenced)
  • Maniaty, Anthony (Pacific Media Centre, 2010)
    Organisations like the International News Safety Institute (INSI), formed in 2001 and based in Brussels, have created an impressive global network to help news workers facing danger on assignment; as well, big networks ...
  • Foster, Jennifer; Lin, Ai Zhong; Edmonds, Ernest (M I T Press, 2010)
    The article presents findings From an exploratory study investigation, the nature of-collaborative research and development in creative industries. participants ill the study are two creative SMEs with extensive experience ...
  • 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 ...
  • Van Leeuwen, Theo (Sage Publications, 2001)
  • Mcneil, Peter (The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, The University of Birmingham, 2011)
    In this paper I outline some of the historiographical issues that inflect the study of objects within Australian art history, firstly for the nineteenth century and then, more briefly, for the twentieth.
  • Jakubowicz, Andrew (The University of Queensland, 2003)
  • Macris, Anthony (Viking Penguin Australia, 2011)
    When Anthony Macris' son was diagnosed with autism, he and his partner Kathy had two choices: do what they were told ? and could afford ? or do what they thought best. This is the tragic, joyful, instructive story of how ...
  • Macris, Anthony (Melbourne University Publishing, 2008)
    This extract comes from a book-length work of creative non-fiction that documents my son's regression into severe autism at the age of eighteen months, and my family's struggle to provide him with appropriate therapy. The ...
  • Knight, Alan (Routledge, 2008)
    As part of the first-ever World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC), attracting 440 journalism and mass communication educators and professionals from 44 countries, and held in Singapore on June 26?28, 2007, panelists ...