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Bromley, Michael S. (2009) A geo-political review of education for journalists. Pacific Journalism Review, 15 2: 224-226. 125  
Bromley, Michael (2010). 'All the world's a stage": 24/7 news and the ages of media. In Stephen Cushion and Justin Lewis (Ed.), The rise of 24-hour news: Global perspectives (pp. 31-49) New York, U.S.A.: Peter Lang. 144 12
Bromley, Michael (2010). Anyone can be a reporter: Citizen journalism, social change and OhmyNews. In Pradip Thomas and Michael Bromley (Ed.), An introduction to communication and social change (pp. 187-201) St Lucia, Qld, Australia: UQP. 193 1
Bromley, Michael (2003) A sham renaissance?: 9/11 and the authority of newspaper journalism. Australian Journalism Review, 25 1: 5-31. 102  
Bromley, Michael (2010) Book review: Alex S Jones, "Losing the News: The Future of the News that Feeds Democracy". European Journal of Communication, 25 3: 287-288. doi:10.1177/0267323110373853 114   0 0
Bromley, Michael (2010). Business as usual or an unusual business? Celebrating and blaming business during the global financial crisis. In: International Communication Association Conference 2010 (ICA 2010), Singapore, Singapore, (). 22-26 June 2010. 56 1
Bromley, Michael S. and Regan Neal (2009). Citizen journalism: A glocal phenomenon. In: Journalism in the 21st Century: Between Globalization and National Identity, Melbourne, (). 16-17 July 2009. 85  
Bromley, Michael S. and Regan Neal (2008). Citizen Journalism: A reclamation of free speech. In: Media, Communications and Free Speech, University of Melbourne, Australia, (). 20-21 November 2008. 57  
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). Citizen journalism: 'citizen' or 'journalism' - or both?. In: Journalism in Crisis, University of Westminster, UK, (). 19-20 May 2009. 158  
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). Citizen journalism, civics and thick citizenship: a new (Asian) paradigm for democracy?. In: 18th AMIC Annual Conference: Media, Democracy and Governance: Emerging Paradigms in a Digital Age, New Dehli, India, (). 13-16 July 2009. 81  
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). Citizen journalism, civics and thick citizenship: Journalism's new global contra-flow. In: Terry Flew, Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2009. ANZCA09: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2009, Kelvin Grove, QLD, Australia, (). 8-10 July 2009. 92  
Bromley, Michael S. (2008) Citizen journalism themed issue. Australian Journalism Review, 30 2: 1-140. 55  
Clarke, Judith and Bromley, Michael (2012). Continuity and change in international news: An introduction. In Judith Clarke and Michael Bromley (Ed.), International news in the digital age: East-West perceptions of a new world order (pp. 3-20) New York , NY, United States: Routledge. 96 2
Bromley, Michael and Neal, Regan (2009) Farewell old friend or bye-bye bully boy? The closure of a 'media icon' and challenging the 'free press' paradigm. Media International Australia, 132: 29-41. 88 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Bromley, Michael (2005) Filling in the gaps: Politics and contemporary journalism in the Australian press. Australian Journalism Review, 27 1: 57-76. 412 1
Bromley, Michael S. (2008). Fleet Street. In Wolfgang Donsbach (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Communication (pp. 1-3) London, U.K.: Blackwell Reference Online. doi:10.1111/b.9781405131995.2008.x 56   0
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). From careless generalists to systems thinkers: Developing sustainable journalism for the 21st century. In: ISSS 2009, Brisbane, (). 12-17 July 2009. 41  
Bromley, Michael (2010) From noted ‘phenomenon’ to ‘missing person’: A case of the historical construction of the unter-journalist. Journalism: theory, practice and criticism, 11 3: 259-275. doi:10.1177/1464884909360919 73 4 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Bromley, Michael (2012). From spotlight to echo chamber? Citizen journalism and international news. In Judith Clarke and Michael Bromley (Ed.), International news in the digital age: East-West perceptions of a new world order (pp. 23-40) New York , NY, United States: Routledge. 181 3
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). From spotlight to echo chamber? Citizen journalism and international news. In: The Changing World of International News in the 21st Century: The Impact of Digital Technology, Hong Kong, (). 14-16 April 2009. 56  
Bromley, M. S. and Servaes, J. E. J. (2005) Guest Editors' Introduction, Notes from the centre: Towards a future journalism of IDEAS?. Australian Studies in Journalism, 14 3-20. 61  
Bromley, Michael (2006) How good is journalism research?. Australian Journalism Review, 28 1: 211-218. 96  
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). Introduction. In Terzis, Georgios (Ed.), European Journalism Education (pp. 25-31) Bristol, UK / Chicago, USA: Intellect Ltd.. 22  
Bromley, Michael (2008). Investigative journalism and scholarship. In Hugo de Burgh (Ed.), Investigative journalism 2nd ed. (pp. 174-188) London, U.K.: Routledge. 62  
Bromley, Michael (2011). iPhones and eyeshades: journalism and the university's role in promoting a dynamic public sphere. In Barbie Zelizer (Ed.), Making the University Matter (pp. 104-112) Abingdon & New York: Routledge. 57 5
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. 41  
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 51   0 0
Bromley, Michael S. (2009) Journalist as storyteller. Australian Journalism Review, 31 2: 95-96. 52  
Bromley, Michael (2005) Key concepts lack vibrancy. Australian Journalism Review, 27 2: 227-230. 85 5
Bromley, Michael (2003). M*A*S in the United Kingdom. Between complaint and compliance: Groping for media accountability. In Claude-Jean Bertrand (Ed.), An arsenal for democracy: Media accountability systems (pp. 307-322) NJ, USA: Hampton Press. 65 3
Bromley, Michael and Cushion, Stepehen (2011). Media fundamentalism: the immediate response of the UK national press to terrorism - from 9/11 to 7/7. In Barbie Zelizer and Stuart Allan (Ed.), Journalism after September 11 2nd ed. (pp. 212-231) Abingdon England: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group). 112 6
Bromley, Michael (2006) Media landscape - United Kingdom in (eds.) Media Landscape. Maastricht, The Netherlands: European Journalism Centre 69  
Bromley, Michael (2010). Media landscape: United Kingdom. In Media Landscape (pp. *-*) Maastricht, The Netherlands: European Journalism Centre. 61 3
Bromley, Michael (2010) Moving on from the 'coups and earthquakes' mode. Pacific Journalism Review, 16 2: 214-216. 56 1
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 113 2 0
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. 49  
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  
Bromley, Michael (2010) Roundtable: Geraldine Muhlmann, "A Political History of Journalism". Media History, 16 4: 427-430. doi:10.1080/13688804.2010.507479 87   0
Bromley, Michael S. (2009) Small earthquake in newsroom - not many dead. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 10 3: 303-305. doi:10.1177/1464884909102585 37   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Molloy, Shannon and Bromley, Michael S. (2009) Stirred but not shaken: How the next generation is adapting to the online domain. Australian Journalism Review, 31 1: 77-90. 79  
Bromley, M. S. (2005). Subterfuge as public service: Investigative journalism as idealized journalism. In S. Allan (Ed.), Journalism: Critical Issues (pp. 313-327) Maidenhead, Berkshire, England: Open University Press. 486 2
Bromley, Michael (2004). The battlefield is the media: War reporting and the formation of national identity in Australia-from Belmont to Baghdad. In Stuart Allan and Barbie Zelizer (Ed.), Reporting War: Journalism in Wartime (pp. 224-243) Abingdon, Oxen, U.K.: Routledge. 97 2
Bromley, Michael S. (2003). The media. In Jonathan Hollowell (Ed.), Britain since 1945 (pp. 211-237) Malden, MA, U.S.A.: Blackwell. 36 3
Bromley, Michael S. (2009). The United Kingdom journalism education landscape. In Terzis, Georgios (Ed.), European Journalism Education (pp. 47-66) Bristol, UK / Chicago, USA: Intellect Ltd.. 61 1
Bromley, M. S. (2007). The United Kingdom media landscape. In Terzis, George (Ed.), European media governance: National and regional dimensions (pp. 43-54) Bristol & Chicago: Intellect Books. 67  
Hou, Zhengye, Zhu, Yunxia and Bromley, Michael (2012). Understanding public relation practices in Chinese organisations: multiple logics and identities. In: Werner Soontiens, 26th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: Managing for Volatility and Instability. ANZAM 2012 Conference, Perth, Australia, (1-19). 5-7 December 2012. 103 9
Hou, Zhengye, Zhu, Yunxia and Bromley, Michael (2013) Understanding public relations in China: multiple logics and identities. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 27 3: 308-328. doi:10.1177/1050651913479926 103   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 4