Browse by all authors Browse By Author ID - Sandra Judith HASWELL

Browse Results (8 results found)

Subscribe to the RSS feed for this result setSubscribe to the RSS feed for this result set


  Abstract Views File Downloads Thomson Reuters Web of Science Citation Count Scopus Citation Count Altmetric Score
Haswell, S. (2001) Attention please! This political campaign is for you. Australian Journalism Review, 23 2: 129-147. 50  
Haswell, Sandra (2001) Attention Please! This Political Campaign Is For You. Australian Journalism Review, 23 2: 129-147. 191 220
Tanner, S., Haswell, S. J. and Lake, M. (2003) Breaking down the barriers: Trying to convince the media that disability is newsworthy. Australian Journalism Review, 25 2: 85-102-102. 89  
Haswell, Sandra (2002). Male-Female Differences and Media Consumption in Australia's Wartime Election of 2001. In: 2002 Conference proceedings. International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii, (). 11-15 June, 2002. 1145 1150
Haswell, S. J. (2000). Media coverage of political campaigns: a matter of interest. In: Journalism Education Association Conference 2000: 'Journalism Education Futures'. Journalism Education Association Conference 2000, Mooloolaba, Queensland, (1-22). 05-08 Dec 2000. 19  
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. 111  
Obijiofor, L. M., Lawe Davies, C. R., Connelly, B., Haswell, S. J., McIlwaine, S. J., Mccarthy, N. and Ester, H. (2001). Television in a remote Aboriginal community: Social justice or injustice. In: Justice & Journalism. 2001 Journalism Education Association Conference, Perth, (1-13-13). 03-07 December, 2001. 111  
Haswell, Sandra (2000). The puzzle of Australia's voting gender gap. In: Australasian Political Studies Association 2000 Conference. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, (1-36). 3rd - 6th October, 2000. 415 937