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Kwansah-Aidoo, and Obijiofor, L. M. (2006). Patterns of internet use among university students in Ghana. In: O. Felix Ayadi, African Development: What Role for Business?. International Academy of African Business and Development, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, (359-365). 23-27 May, 2006. 390  
Obijiofor, Levi (2011) Peace and conflict reporting: Strategies for knowledge sharing in Africa and the Pacific. The Journal of Pacific Studies, 31 2: 241-258. 60 6
Simic, Olivera, Volcic, Zala and Philpot, Catherine R. (2012). Peace psychology in the Balkans: in times past, present and future. In Olivera Simic, Zala Volcic and Catherine R. Philpot (Ed.), Peace psychology in the Balkans: Dealing with a violent past while building peace (pp. 1-13) New York, United States: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-1948-8 67   0
Webb, L., Walker, K., Bollis, T. and Hebbani, A. (2004). Perceived parental communication, gender, and young adults' self-esteem: Male, female, and universal path models. In Philip M. Backlund and Mary Rose Williams (Ed.), Readings in gender communication (pp. 197-224) Belmont, CA, U.S.A.: Wadsworth. 120 1
McDonald, Lynette (2006) Perceiving is believing: How consumers’attributions about the cause of the Ansett Airlines’ safety crisis impacted outcomes. Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, 6 2: 1-13. 160  
Brockhall, Ferdinand J. and Liu, Shuang (2011) Performing new Australians: Identity (re)construction of long-term Greek and Cypriot immigrants in Australia. China Media Research, 7 1: 16-24. 95 4
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Persistence and vision wins through on Sunshine Coast. PANPA Bulletin, 194 (September): 33-35. 41  
van de Fliert, Elske, Christiana, Budi, Hendayana, Rachmat and Murray-Prior, Roy (2010) Pilot roll-out: Adaptive research in farmers’ worlds. Extension Farming Systems Journal, 6 1: 63-71. 44 6
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Plan to develop online newspaper dictionary. PANPA Bulletin, 187 (February): 64. 51  
Hinthorne, Lauren Leigh and Schneider, Katy (2012) Playing with purpose: using serious play to enhance participatory development communication. International Journal of Communication, 6 2801-2824. 63 3 0
Skye Doherty (2011) Playing with the facts. The Walkley Magazine, 68: 40-40. 28 58
Day, A. E. (1999). Political Cartoonists' relationships with their Editors, the Politicians and the Public. In: Jack R. Herman, Proceedings of the World Association of Press Councils' First Oceania Regional Conference. First Oceania Regional Conference, Brisbane, (44-46). 22-23 Jun1999. 29  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan Political economy of communications in India: The good, the bad and the ugly. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications, 2010. 151 13
Louw, P.E. (2004) Political power, national identitiy and language. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 170 43-58. doi:10.1515/ijsl.2004.2004.170.43 94   0
Carah, Nicholas Pop Brands: Branding, popular music and young people. New York, U.S.A.: Peter Lang, 2010. 253 8
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003) Portland - an area with a rich newspaper history. PANPA Bulletin, 229 33-34-34. 37  
Harrison, John, Cokley, John D. and Peter Milne (2007). Postcards from Praxis: A Review of Learning Spaces Influencing Practices in Journalism Education at The University of Queensland. In: Evaluation Forum 2007. Evaluation in Higher Education: Evidence, Scholarship and Praxis, The University of Queensland, (). 27-28 November 2007. 79  
Power, politics and identity in South African media. Edited by Adrian Hadland, Eric Louw, Simphiwe Sessanti and Herman Wasserman Cape Town, South Africa: HSRC Press, 2008. 49  
Louw, Eric (2008) Preface to the article: An economy of impossibility: A preliminary study for an ordinal approach to research methods in cultural studies. Critical Arts: A South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 22 2: 333-334. doi:10.1080/02560040802472492 56   0
McDonald, Lynette M. and Cokley, John (2013) Prepare for anger, look for love: a ready reckoner for crisis scenario planners. PRism, 10 1: 1-11. 21 1
McDonald, Lynette M. and Cokley, John (2012). Prepare for anger, look for love: a ready reckoner for crisis scenario planners. In: Marianne D. Sison and Mark Sheehan, World Public Relations Forum 2012: Research Colloquium: Conference Proceedings. 7th World Public Relations Forum (WPRF), Melbourne, Australia, (78-81). 18-20 November 2012. 78 5
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003) Preserving the letterpress devices of a bygone era. PANPA Bulletin, 226 33-35-35. 52  
Van Vuuren, Kitty (2009) Press bias and local power in the Toowoomba water referendum. Communication, Politics & Culture, 42 1: 55-73. 81 2
Obijiofor, Levi (2010) Press coverage of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and the socio-cultural barriers that inhibit media coverage. China Media Research, 6 4: 24-31. 77 3
Cullen, Trevor (1999). Press coverage of HIV/Aids in Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific. Delaying the inevitable. In: Jack R. Herman, Proceedings of the World Association of Press Councils' First Oceania Regional Conference. First Oceania Regional Conference, Brisbane, (41-43). 22-23 June, 1999. 26  
Kirkpatrick, R Press Timeline: Select Chronology of Significant Australian Press Events 1802 - 2005. Brisbane: Australian Newspaper History Group, 2006. 107  
Baast, Erdenebolor and van de Fliert, Elske (2013). Priorities and capacity of food policy in Mongolia: The dilemma between ambitions reality. In J. Ram Pillarisetti, Roger Lawrey and Azman Ahmad (Ed.), Multifunctional agriculture, ecology and food security: International perspectives (pp. 225-244) New York, NY, United States: Nova Science Publishers. 134 5 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Lawe Davies, Christopher R. (2004) Production in perspective. Australian Journalism Review, 26 2: 237-239. 22  
Lawe Davies, Chris (2004) Production in perspective. Australian Journalism Review, 26 2: 181-183. 42 5
Breit, Rhonda Professional communication: Legal and ethical issues 2nd ed. Chatswood, NSW, Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2011. 1142 16
Breit, Rhonda and Demetrious, Kristin (2010) Professionalisation and public relations: An ethical mismatch. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 7 4: 20-29. 92 6
Cokley, J. D. (2005) Profit as a driver of quality journalism education. Australian Studies in Journalism, 14 -: 79-96. 67  
Tanner, Stephen J, Haswell, Sandra and Lake, Mandy (2003) Promoting the ideals of integration and diversity: Media coverage of Special Olympics Australia. Australian Journal of Communication, 30 3: 123-141. 110  
Tilley, Elspeth (2004) Propaganda - who us? The Australian government terror kit. Media International Australia, 113 30-43. 72  
Henningham, J. (1999) Proud to be a journalism educator. Australian Journalism Review, 21 3: 181-196. 36  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Provincial publishing proliferated in Australia's colonial era. PANPA Bulletin, July 247: 48-49. 40  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (2005) Provincial Publishing Proliferated in Australia's Colonial Era. PANPA Bulletin, July: 48-49. 249 1208
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2014) Public hearings and public spheres in India: the case of the Right to Information (RTI) Movement. Media International Australia, 152 152: 133-142. 14 1 0
Public memory, public media and the politics of justice. Edited by Philip Lee and Pradip Ninan Thomas Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 36   0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2014) Public sector software and the revolution: digital literacy in communist Kerala. Media, Culture and Society, 36 2: 258-268. doi:10.1177/0163443714526553 16 1 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 2
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2012) Public sector software, participatory communications and social change. Nordicom Review, 33 Special Issue: 77-90. doi:10.2478/nor-2013-0027 32 4 0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Publish (daily) or be damned!. PANPA Bulletin, 187 (February): 68-69. 31  
Bromley, Michael and Neal, Regan (2011) Publishing participation and productivity among journalist-academics in the era of ERA. Australian Journalism Review, 33 1: 55-72. 76  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (1995) Purposely Parochial: Three Provincial Dailies, 1930-1990. Australian Studies in Journalism, 4: 79-101. 649 2180
Manalo IV, Jaime A. and van de Fliert, Elske (2013) Push and pull factors in rural Filipino youth's outmigration from agricultural communities. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, 10 2: 59-73. 86 13
Aparna Hebbani (2009). Putting my best foot forward. In Joann Keyton and Pamela Shockley-Zalabak (Ed.), Case studies for organizational communication 3 ed. (pp. 293-299) New York, U.S.: Oxford University Press. 109  
Hinthorne, Lauren Leigh (2009). Questioning the Globalization of Democracy: An exploration of how local political culture influences democratic development.. In: ECPR General Conference, Potsdam, Germany, (). 10 - 12 September 2009. 21  
Servaes, Jan E.J. and Obijiofor, Levi M. (2007) Questions related to indigenous cultures and diffusion of innovations: Introductory observations. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 6 6: 593-599. 86  
Radical democracy and the internet. Edited by Lincoln Dahlberg and Eugenia Siapera New York: Palgrave, 2007. 152 4
Anderson, Heather Raising the civil dead : prisoners and community radio. New York, United States: Peter Lang, 2012. 30  

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