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Journalism and Democracy in Asia. Edited by A. Romano and M. S. Bromley London: Routledge, 2005. 25  
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). Journalism and the university's role in promoting a dynamic public sphere. In: Making the University Matter, University of Pennsylvania, (). 4-5 December 2009. 43  
Lawe Davies, Chris (1999) Journalism, corporatism, democracy. Media Wars (Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy), 90 53-64. 64  
Arthur, J., Cokley, J. D., Hetherington, S. and Tanner, S. (2007). Journalism education dilemmas: Career-focussed skill set, teamwork or critical thinking. In: Proceedings of: 16th AMIC Annual Conference/1st World Journalism Education Congress: Media Education and Development: The Quest for New Paradigms. 16th AMIC Annual Conference/1st World Journalism Education Congress: Media Education and Development: The Quest for New Paradigms, Singapore, (1-21). 25-28 June 2007. 154  
Bromley, Michael (2010) Journalism education in countries with limited media freedom, edited by Beate Josephi. Asian Journal of Communication, 20 4: 494-496. doi:10.1080/01292986.2010.522867 42   0 0
Obijiofor, Levi M. (2009) Journalism in the digital age: The Nigerian press framing of the Niger Delta conflict. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 30 2: 175-203. doi:10.3368/ajs.30.2.175 66   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Nguyen, D. A. (2006) Journalism in the wake of participatory publishing. Australian Journalism Review, 28 1: 143-156. 73  
Cokley, John D. (2009) Journalism's life after death. Book review of: Attonn, Chris and Hamilton, James F: Alternative journalism. Sage, UK, 2008. , 19 5: . 52  
McIlwaine, S. J., Tanner, S. J. and Green, K. (2000). Journalism specialisms: Generating better generalists. In: Journalism Education Association Conference 2000: 'Journalism Education Futures'. Journalism Education Association Conference 2000, Mooloolaba, Queensland, (1-6). 05-08 Dec 2000. 32  
McIlwaine, Stephen, Tanner, Stephen and Green, Kerry (2001) Journalism specialisms: Generating better generalists. Australian Journalism Review, 23 1: 171-181. 380 437
Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 3 79  
Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 1 37  
Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 4 63  
Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 2 48  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2004) Volume 5 Issue 2 29  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2004) Volume 5 Issue 1 32  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2004) Volume 5 Issue 4 36  
Journalism : Theory practice criticism (2003) Volume 4 Issue 1 41  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 4 28  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2003) Volume 4 Issue 4 24  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 2 25  
Journalism: Theory practice criticism (2005) Volume 6 Issue 3 31  
Windschuttle, Keith (1998) Journalism Versus Cultural Studies. Australian Studies in Journalism, 7: 3-31. 989 1717
Bromley, Michael S. (2009) Journalist as storyteller. Australian Journalism Review, 31 2: 95-96. 55  
Breit, R. A. W. (2005). Journalistic self-regulation: A more public-oriented model. In: S. Stockwell and B. Isakhan, Proceedings of the 2005 Journalism Education Association Conference. Journalism Education Association Conference, Surfers Paradise, (1-22). 29 November - 2 December, 2005. 57  
Breit, Rhonda A. (2008) Journalistic self-regulation in Australia: Is it ready for the information society?. The International Communication Gazette, 70 6: 505-528. doi:10.1177/1748048508096144 172 4 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Breit, R. A. W. (2005). Journalistic self-regulation: Moving towards an alternative model. In: F. Papandrea, Communications Research and Strategy Forum: 2005 Forum Papers. Communications Research and Strategy Forum, University of New South Wales, Sydney, (1-21). 21-22 November, 2005. 45  
Erjavec, Karmen, Volcic, Zala, Kovacic, Melita Poler and Vobic, Igor (2012). Journalistic views on post-violent peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Olivera Simic, Volcic, Zala and Catherine R. Philpot (Ed.), Peace psychology in the Balkans: Dealing with a violent past while building peace (pp. 91-108) New York, United States: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-1948-8_6 44   0
Waterford, Jack (1999). Journalists, Freedom Of Information Legislation and Investigative Reporting. 800 942
McIlwaine, Steve (2002). Journalists Need to Know How to Write about Science - and We Can Teach Them. In: Mary Power, Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century: Australia and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA), Greenmount Beach Resort, Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia, (1-10). July 10-12, 2002. 707 556
McIlwaine, Steve (2002). Journalists Need to Know How to Write about Science - and We Can Teach Them. In: Mary Power, Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century: Australia and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA), Greenmount Beach Resort, Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia, (1-7). July 10-12, 2002. 843 522
Henningham, John (1995) Journalists' Perception of Bias. Australian Journalism Review, 17 2: 28-31. 614 761
Henningham, John (1996) Journalists' Perceptions of Newspaper Quality. Australian Journalism Review, 18 1: 13-19. 504 1031
Louw, E.P E. (2004). Journalists reporting from foreign places. In A. S. de Beer and J. C. Merrill (Ed.), Global Journalism: Topical Issues and Media Systems 4th ed. (pp. 151-162) Boston: Allyn & Bacon. 206 2
McKay, Susan and Fitzgerald, Richard (2012) Just like home: remediation of the social in contemporary news broadcasting. Discourse, Context and Media., 1 1: 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.dcm.2011.12.001 43 2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Thomas, P. N. (2006). Karaoke Christianity: Christian TV, new churches and the neo-pentecostal turn in Chennai. In: Proceedings of: International Conference on Fundamentalism and the Media. International Conference on Fundamentalism and the Media, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America, (1-35). 10-12 October 2006. 135  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) Katherine times: Short life, huge success. Panpa Bulletin, April 255: 45-46. 78  
Bromley, Michael (2005) Key concepts lack vibrancy. Australian Journalism Review, 27 2: 227-230. 83 5
Harrison, John and Bartlett, Jennifer (2002). Key Ethical Decision-Making Points in the Public Relations Process. In: Business Ethics In The Knowledge Economy, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, (pdf-1-pdf-16). 2-4 April 2002. 2184 1925
Kelly, Paul (2001). Keynote address. In: Denis Cryle and Alan Knight, Media Traditions. Australian Media Traditions Conference, 2001, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, (1-8). 13 - 15 June 2001. 24  
Henningham, J. (1999). Keynote address. In: Proceedings of the World Association of Press Councils' First Oceania Regional Conference. First Oceania Regional Conference, Brisbane, (10-16). 22-23 June, 1999. 26  
Rintel, Sean, Reynolds, Edward and Fitzgerald, Richard D. (2013) Knowledge and asymmetries in action: Proceedings of the 2012 Conference of the Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. Australian Journal of Communication, 40 2: . 35 1
Hinthorne, Lauren Leigh (2009) Knowledge for democratic development: Some initial observations from Madagascar. Knowledge Politics Quarterly, 2 1: . 57 4
Servaes, J.E.J. (2005) Knowledge is power (revisited): Internet and democracy. Media Development, Journal of the World Association for Christian Communication, LII 4: 42-50. 85  
Servaes, J. E. J. (2004). Knowledge is power (revisited): Internet and democracy. In: P. Lee, International Conference on Internet Communication in Intelligent Societies. International Conference on Internet Communication in Intelligent Societies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, (1-16). 8-10 July 2005. 79  
Mccarthy, N. T. (1999). Kosovo and the Australian Media: Reporting the news from the Balkans and at home. In Peter Goff and Barbara Trionfi (Ed.), The Kosovo news and propaganda war (pp. 264-272) Vienna: International Press Institute. 52  
Breit, Rhonda A.W. Law and Ethics for Professional Communicators First ed. Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007. 414  
Nicetic, O., van de Fliert, E., Van Chien, Ho, Spooner-Hart, R., O’Leary, Z. and Rae, D. (2009). Learning by doing: designing and conducting impact assessment studies for citrus farmer field schools in Vietnam. In: Martin Van Ittersum, Joost Wolf and Gon H. H. van Laar, Integrated Assessment of Agriculture and Sustainable Development: Setting the Agenda for Science and Policy (AgSAP 2009). Proceedings. AgSAP 2009: Integrated Assessment of Agriculture and Sustainable Development, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands, (512-513). 10-12 March, 2009. 79  
Liu, Shuang and Dall'Alba, Gloria (2012) Learning intercultural communication through group work oriented to the world beyond the classroom. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 37 1: 19-32. doi:10.1080/02602938.2010.494233 218 2 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Lawe Davies, Christopher R. (2005) Let's celebrate ending the affair. Australian Journalism Review, 27 2: 237-239. 31  

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