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Graham, P. W. (2002) 14 theses on future research into the political economic impacts of new media. Fibreculture2002: Networks of Excellence, 11-12. 71  
Graham, Phil, Keenan, Thomas and Dowd, Anne- Maree (2004) A call to arms at the end of history: a discourse-historical analysis of George W. Bush's declaration of war on terror. Discourse & Society, 15 2/3: 199-221. doi:10.1177/0957926504041017 945 3 36 Cited 48 times in Scopus48 1
Graham, P. W. (2005). Analysing policy values in a knowledge economy. In D. Rooney, G. Hearn and A. Ninan (Ed.), Handbook on the Knowledge Economy (pp. 118-127) Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 61  
Graham, P. W. and Rooney, D. (2001) A sociolinguistic approach to applied epistemology: Examining technocratic values in global 'knowledge' policy. Social Epistemology, 15 3: 155-169. doi:10.1080/02691720110076503 193   0
Graham, P. W. and McKenna, B. (2000) A theoretical and analytical Synthesis of autopoiesis and sociolinguistics for the study of organisational communication. Social Semiotics, 10 1: 41-59. doi:10.1080/103503300114540 151   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Jones, Andrew, Lawrence, Geoffrey, Muirhead, Bruce, Bartlett, Helen, Cheshire, Lynda, Woolcock, G., Graham, Philip, Rosenblatt, Ted and Walters, P. (2007) Building Sustainable Social Capital in New Communities: Report to the Industry Partner St Lucia, Brisbane: The University of Queensland 218  
Luke, A. and Graham, P. W. (2006) Class language in K. Brown (eds.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics: Volume 3. 2nd Oxford, UK: Elsevier 49  
Graham, P. W. (2001) Contradictions and institutional convergences: Genre as method. Journal of Futures Studies, 5 4: 1-30. 63  
Graham, P. W. and Canny, L. A. (2004). Contradictions - Genre, causal layered analysis and analysis of institutional change. In S. Inayatullah (Ed.), The Causal Layered Analysis (CLA) Reader: Theory and Case Studies of an Integrative and Transformative Methodology (pp. 209-224) Taipei, Taiwan: Tamkang University Press. 87  
Rooney, D. and Graham, P. W. (2004) Creative content and sustainable community media organisations: Australian creative resources online. Australian Studies in Journalism, 13 80-94. 92  
Graham, P. W. (2003). Critical discourse analysis and evaluative meaning: Interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. In G. Weiss and R. Wodak (Ed.), Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory and Interdisciplinarity 1st ed. (pp. 110-129) London: Palgrave MacMillan. 147  
Rooney, D., Ferrier, E., Graham, P. and Jones, A. P. (2007). Cultural knowledge management and broadband content in development: Open content platforms, copyright and archives. In Rahman, H. (Ed.), Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Developments (pp. 148-165) Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. 128  
Armitage, J. and Graham, P. W. (2001) Dromoeconomics: Towards a political economy of speed. Parallax, 7 1: 111-123. 42  
Graham, Philip W. (2001). Hypercapitalism : an investigation into the relationship between language, new media, and social perceptions of value PhD Thesis, School of Communication, Faculty of Business, Queensland University of Technology. 93  
Graham, P. W. (2000) Hypercapitalism: A political economy of informational idealism. New Media and Society, 2 2: 131-156. doi:10.1177/14614440022225742 51   2
Graham, Phil (2002) Hypercapitalism: Language, new media and social perceptions of value. Discourse & Society, 13 2: 227-249. doi:10.1177/0957926502013002408 42   10 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Graham, Phil Hypercapitalism: New media, language, and social perceptions of value. New York: Peter Lang, 2006. 244  
Fairclough, Norman, Graham, Phil, Lemke, Jay and Wodak, Ruth (2004) Introduction. Critical Discourse Studies, 1 1: 1-7. doi:10.1080/17405900410001674489 83 6 Cited 20 times in Scopus20 0
Fairclough, N., Graham, P. W., Lemke, J. and Wodak, R. (2004) Introduction to critical discourse studies. Critical Discourse Studies, 1 1: 1-7. 53   Cited 20 times in Scopus20
Graham, P. W. (2006). Issues in political economy. In A. Albarran, S.M. Chan-Olmsted and M.O. Wirth (Ed.), Handbook of Media Management and Economics (pp. 493-519) Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum. 63  
Fairclough, N. and Graham, P. W. (2002) Marx as a Critical Discourse Analyst: The genesis of a critical method and its relevance to the critique of global capital. Estudios de Sociolinguistica, 3 1: 185-230. 128  
Graham, P. W. and Luke, A. (2003) Militarising the body politic: New media as weapons of mass instruction. Body and Society, 9 4: 149-168. 90  
Graham, Philip and Luke, Allan (2003) Militarizing the Body Politic: New Mediations as Weapons of Mass Instruction. Body & Society, 9 4: 149-168. doi:10.1177/135703403773684702 62 9 0
Graham, P. W. (2006). Monopoly, monopsony, and the value of culture in a digital age: An axiology of two multimedia resource repositories. In C. Kapitzke and B.C. Bruce (Ed.), Libr@ries: Changing Information Space and Practice (pp. 253-270) Mahwah, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Lawrence Erlbaum. 63 5
Paulsen, N., Jones, E. L., Graham, P. W., Callan, V. J. and Gallois, C. (2005). Organizations as intergroup contexts: Communication, discourse, and identification. In J. Harwood and H. Giles (Ed.), Intergroup Communication: Multiple Perspectives (pp. 165-188) New York: Peter Lang Publishing. 131 2
Graham, P. W. (2002) Predication and propagation: A method for analysing evaluative meanings in technology policy. TEXT an interdisciplinary journal for the study of discourse, 22 2: 228-269. 37  
Graham, P. W. (2004). Predication, propagation and mediation: SFL, CDA and the inculcation of evaluative meaning systems. In L. Young and C. Harrison (Ed.), Systemic Functional Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis (pp. 53-67) London: Continuum. 77  
Muirhead, B. D., Graham, P. W. and Brown, L. S. (2002) Redefining excellence: A strategic policy framework for community engagement and higher education Brisbane: University of Queensland and Victorian Department of Education 138  
Thompson, W. F., Graham, P. and Russo, F. A. (2005) Seeing music performance: Visual influences on perception and experience. Semiotica, 156 1/4: 203-227. doi:10.1515/semi.2005.2005.156.203 74   43 Cited 68 times in Scopus68 0
Graham, P. W. (2002). Space and cyberspace: On the enclosure of consciousness. In J. Armitage and J. Roberts (Ed.), Living with Cyberspace: Technology & Society in the 21st Century 1st ed. (pp. 156-164) London: Continuum. 52  
Graham, Philip (2001) Space: Irrealis objects in technology policy and their role in a new political economy. Discourse & Society, 12 6: 761-788. doi:10.1177/0957926501012006003 39   6 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
McKenna, B. and Graham, P. W. (2000) Technocratic discourse: a primer. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 30 3: 223-251. 83  
Hearn, Greg, Graham, Philip and Rooney, David (2002) The benefits of not managing change and not communicating: Towards a complex systems view of communication in evolving organisations. Australian Journal of Communication, 29 3: 59-70. 358 1
Graham, P. W. and Hearn, G. (2001) The coming of post-reflexive society. Media International Australia, 98: 79-90. 44  
Graham, P. W. (2001). The ideological context of business. In Michelle Cronan (Ed.), Ethics for Australian Business (pp. 10-24) Frenchs Forest, NSW: Prentice Hall. 58  
Graham, P. W. (2001). The knowledge economy as alienation: Outlines of a digital dark age. In: H. Brown et al, The Fibreculture reader: Politics of a digital present. An inventory of Australian net culture, criticism and theory. Fibreculture 2001, Melbourne, (143-147). December 7-8th, 2001. 77  
Graham, P. W. and Luke, A. (2005) The language of neofeudal corporatism and the war on Iraq. Journal of Language and Politics, 4 1: 11-39. 57   Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Graham, P. W. and Paulsen, N. (2002) Third sector discourse and the future of (un)employment: Skilled labour, new technologies and the meaning of work. TEXT: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Discourse, 22 3: 443-467. 62  
Graham, P. W. (2001) Why study the media? - Book Review. Information,Communication, & Society, 4 1: 137-139. 45