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Kirkpatrick, Rodney (2000) Newspaper history search has been a trip through time. PANPA Bulletin, 196 (November): 35-38. 41  
Breit, Rhonda A. W. and Johnston, J. (2008). Newspapers and courts: Developing a typology of court reporting. In: Proceedings of the Comparative Journalism Conference. Comparative Journalism Conference, Hobart, Australia, (). 25-27 June, 2008. 64  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003) Newspapers and the push for a new state in New South Wales. PANPA Bulletin, 227 24-26-26. 33  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Newspapers faded away as the amalgamation disease hit. PANPA Bulletin, February 242: 58-59. 26  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (2005) Newspapers Faded Away as the Amalgamation Disease Hit. PANPA Bulletin, Feb: 58-59. 222 1180
Obijiofor, L. M. (2003) New technologies and journalism practice in Nigeria and Ghana. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 2003 14: 36-56. 146  
Obijiofor, L. M. and Green, K. (2001) New technologies and the future of newspapers. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 11 July-December: 1-13. 64  
Obijiofor, Levi (2011). New technologies as tools of empowerment: African youth and public sphere participation. In Herman Wasserman (Ed.), Popular media, democracy and development in Africa (pp. 207-219) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. 96 1
Carah, N. (2010). New technologies, the individual and social change. In Pradip Thomas and Michael Bromley (Ed.), An introduction to communication and social change (pp. 109-119) St. Lucia , Qld, Australia: University of Queensland Press. 69 1
Louw, P. Eric and Milton, Viola C. New voices over the air: The transformation of the South African Broadcasting Corporation in a changing South Africa. New York , NY, U.S.A.: Hampton Press, 2012. 76 4
Rintel, Sean (2013) Nine reasons you should care about NSA's PRISM surveillance. The Conversation, 1-1. 95  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) No news was bad news. Australian Printer, June: 28-28. 41  
Zhang, Yanshuan and Rintel, Sean (2012) No-no on Weibo: China challenges the New York Times. The Conversation, . 28  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2010). No policy as policy: The politics of broadcasting in India. In: International Communication Association 60th Annual Conference: Pre-conference on ‘Chindia’ Challenge to Global Communication, Suntec City, Singapore, (). June 22 2010. 83  
Hadlow, Martin (2014) 'No Propaganda Will Be Broadcast': the Rise and Demise of Australian Military Broadcasting. Media International Australia, 150: 77-82. 17   0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Now and then. Australian Printer, March: 56-56. 23   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Butler, Carly and Weatherall, Ann (2006) 'No, we're not playing families': Membership categorization in children's play. Journal Research on Language and Social Interaction, 39 4: 441-470. doi:10.1207/s15327973rlsi3904_4 124 2 18 Cited 25 times in Scopus25 0
Tudsri, Pthai and Hebbani, Aparna (2014) 'Now I'm Part of Australia and I Need to Know What Is Happening Here': case of Hazara male former refugees in Brisbane strategically selecting media to aid acculturation. Journal of International Migration and Integration, Online First . doi:10.1007/s12134-014-0373-1 25   0
Bromley, Michael (2003) Objectivity and the other Orwell: The tabloidism of the Daily Mirror and journalistic authenticity. Media History, 9 2: 123-135. doi:10.1080/13688800306762 108 2 0
Fitzgerald, Richard, Housley, William and Butler, Carly (2009) Omnirelevance and interactional context. Australian Journal of Communication, 36 3: 45-64. 66  
Fitzgerald, Richard, Housley, William and Butler, Carly (2008). Omni-relevance and Interactional Context. 109, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University. 42  
Hinthorne, Lauren Leigh and Clua Losada, Monica (2010). One hundred thousand words: reflections on research and writing [Blog]. WordPress. 218  
Bromley, M. S. (2006). One journalism or many?. In K. Leung, J. Kenny and P. Lee (Ed.), Global Trends in Communication Education and Research (pp. 53-71) Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press. 51  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) One-man paper brought life to a Gippsland town. PANPA Bulletin, 188 (March): 63-65. 51  
Hamley, Ben and Carah, Nicholas (2012) One Sunday at a time: Evaluating Hello Sunday Morning Brisbane, QLD Australia: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) 19 13
van Vuuren, Kitty (2011). Online media, dirty tactics and local environmental politics in the 2010 Australian election. In: Environmental Politics and Conflict in an Age of Digital Media, Tasmania, Australia, (). 17-18 November 2011. 51  
van Vuuren, Kitty (2013). Online media, flak and local environmental politics. In Libby Lester and Brett Hutchins (Ed.), Environmental conflict and the media (pp. 125-138) New York, NY, United States: Peter Lang. 32 4
Nguyen, An, Ferrier, Elizabeth, Western, Mark and McKay, Susan (2005) Online News in Australia: Patterns of Use and Gratification. Australian Studies in Journalism, 15: 5-34. 1863 6081
Tannock, Anne (2001). Online Orphan: The Insite Pioneer Project. In: Journalism Education Association Conference, Perth, WA, (). 3-7 December. 286 428
Thomas, Pradip N. (2010) On the journey of concepts. Media Development, 4: 29-32. 67 2
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) On top of his words. Australian Printer, July: 57-57. 29  
Van de Fliert, Elske, Thi Vuong, Pham, Thi Minh Hien, Do, Thomas, Pradip and Nicetic, Oleg (2010). Out of comfort zones, into realities: Research for development with upland ethnic minority communities in North West Vietnam. In: Ika Darnhofer and Michaela Grötzer, Proceedings of the 9th European IFSA Symposium. 9th European IFSA Symposium, Vienna, Austria, (330-342). 4-7 July 2010. 64 1
Kirkpatrick, Rod (2001) Out on the Barcoo Where Newspapers Are Few and Reporters and Printers Are Scanty. PANPA Bulletin, June: 37-39. 229 1712
Yang, Jason, Viller, Stephen and Rintel, Sean (2012). Outsourcing: Mashing up design methods and technologies in the fashion industry. In: PIN-C 2012: Participatory Innovation Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (1-4). 12-14 January 2012. 198 11
Obijiofor, L. M. (2000). Overseas student journalists and their approaches to learning. In: Journalism Education Associateion Conference 2000: 'Journalism Education Futures'. Journalism Education Association Conference 2000, Mooloolaba, Queensland, (1-35). 05-08 Dec 2000. 27  
Robie, David (1999) Pacific newsrooms and the campus: some comparisons between Fiji and Papua New Guinea. Australian Studies in Journalism, 8: 176-196. 655 1326
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003). Pacific rim cultures and newspapers. In S. E. Martin and D. A. Copeland (Ed.), The function of newspapers in society: A global perspective (pp. 61-77) Westport, Connecticut: Praeger. 36  
Louw, Eric and Mersham, Gary (2001) Packing for Perth: the growth of a southern African diaspora. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 10 2: 303-333. 1470 4857
Hadlow, Martin (2005) Painful aftermath: Sri Lanka and the Tsunami. The New Courier, . 27  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Paper kept the Manning River Times on its toes. PANPA Bulletin, 192 (July): 30-31. 45  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Papers follow the ports and population as Victoria expands. PANPA Bulletin, 1 March 2002: 33-35. 60  
van Vuuren, Kitty (2008). Parish-Pump Parochialism, Media Diversity, and the Contribution of Community Media to Democracy. In: Kalinga Seneviratne and Tharuka Prematileka, 16th Asian Media Information and Communication Centre Conference, Singapore, (). June 25-28 2008. 78  
van Vuuren, Kitty Participation in Australian community broadcasting: A comparison of rural, regional and remote radio. Saarbrücken , Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, 2008. 98  
Van de Fliert, Elske (2010) Participatory communication in rural development: What does it take for the established order?. Extension Farming Systems Journal, 6 1: 95-99. 95 2
Servaes, J. E. J. (2003). Participatory Communication Research (PCR): Is there such a thing?. In T. N. Malmelin (Ed.), VTiede: ViestinnNYhteiskuntaan, Kulttuuriin ja Kansalaisuuteen. [The Science of Care/Transfer: Communication Perspectives on Society, Culture and Citizenship] (pp. 19-27) Helsinki: Viestinnan laitos. 32  
Servaes, Jan and Malikhao, Patchanee (2005). Participatory communication: The new paradigm?. In Oscar Hemer and Thomas Tufte (Ed.), Media and Glocal Change: Rethinking Communication for Development (pp. 91-103) Sweden/Argentina: NORDICOM/CLASCO. 578  
Van de Fliert, Elske (2010). Participatory planning: Setting the agenda. In Pradip Thomas and Michael Bromley (Ed.), An introduction to communication and social change (pp. 67-76) Brisbane: UQ Press. 71 3
van de Fliert, E. (2007). Participatory planning: Setting the agenda. In Thomas, P. N. (Ed.), Communication for Social Change (pp. 61-70) Brisbane: The University of Queensland. 86  
Servaes, J.E.J. (2004). Participatory research in the communication field: Reality or illusion?. In: P.Lee and S.Strover, IAMCR 2004. IAMCR 2004, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, (1-23). 25 to 30 July 2004. 58  
Walker, Grady and Arrighi, Julie (2013) Participatory Video as a Catalyst for Informal Learning and Expression: A Review of a PV Training in Uganda, 2012. LEARNing Landscapes, 6 2: 409-423. 33 4

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