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Kavanagh, Lydia and Cokley, John (2011) A learning collaboration between Engineering and Journalism undergraduate students prompts interdisciplinary behaviour. Advances in Engineering Education, 2 3: 1-22. 167 5 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Cokley, J. D., Rankin II, W.B. and Sohnlein, G. (2005) Astronauts as Audiences: Characteristics of the First Space Communities. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 5 1: 167-181. 88   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Capel, Chris and Cokley, John (2005) A thumbnail dipped in tar: The resuscitation of a remote rural community newspaper using the Distributed Newsroom model. Transformations, 10: 1-17. 60  
Cokley, John D. and Volcic, Zala (2009) Body image drives new environment for news delivery. Asian-Pacific Business Review, 5 2: 49-60. doi:10.1177/097324700900500204 60   0
Cokley, J. D. (2007) Book review: "Media trends in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden". Media International Australia, 124 183-184. 103  
Cokley, John (2012) Communication, culture and society in Papua New Guinea: Yu Tok Wanem?. Island Studies Journal, 7 1: 166-167. 51   0
Bloomer, Rebecca and Cokley, John (2008) Convergence hits home: journalism looks a lot like feminism when it comes to choices. Australian Journalism Review, 30 2: 35-47. 82  
Park, William and Cokley, John D. (2009). Counting on archives. In Skrebels, Paul (Ed.), Remnants of War: Retracting the Sites of Conflict and Reconciliation (pp. 137-162) Adelaide: Lythrum Press and University of South Australia. 46  
Cokley, J. (2007). Data and Observations Suggest Convergence Should Lead to Choice, Not Over-Commitment. Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcast Development. 40  
Tilley, Elspeth and Cokley, John (2008) Deconstructing the discourse of citizen journalism: Who says what and why it matters. Pacific Journalism Review, 14 1: 94-114. 1407 1
Kavanagh, Lydia, Neil, David and Cokley, John (2011) Developing and disseminating team skills capacities using interactive online tools for team formation, learning, assessment and mentoring : Final report 2011 Australia: The Australian Learning and Teaching Council 191 2
William A. Park and John D. Cokley (2007). Do we remember them? University of Queensland students of World War II. In: When the Soldiers Return, The University of Queensland, St. Lucia Campus, Brisbane, (). 28-30 November 2007. 87  
Cokley, John (2002) Editorial Technology Upgrades at Queensland Newspapers Pty. Ltd.. Australian Journalism Review, 24 2: 101-115. 375 2
Cokley, J. (2007). Enhancing Journalists’ Competitive Advantage. Asia Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development, Kuala Lumpur. 60  
Cokley, J D and Rankin, II, B (2006) Enhancing Life in the Hyper-surveillance Mini-world of a Space Station: The Role of Situation Awareness, Communication, and Reality TV in the Life of Astronauts. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 6 2: 283-298. 63   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Cokley, John and Rankin, William (2009) Ethnic and cultural focus in airport driver training. International Journal of Training Research, 7 1: 38-55. doi:10.5172/ijtr.7.1.38 39   0
Cokley, John (2008). Fixed services, unbelievable value. Asia Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development, Kuala Lumpur. 39  
Cokley, John, Patching, Roger and Scott, Paul (2006) Gender Preference in Journalism Education: Why Sport Misses Out. Australian Journalism Review, 28 2: 127-145. 365 1
Cokley, J. D. and Das, S.C. (2005) Identification by foreign investors of viable segments in the Indian media market. Asia-Pacific Business Review, 1 1: 63-67. 74  
Cokley, John D. and Kuchel, Louise (2009, September 16). In Australia, green wine is good. Global Post, . 49  
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. 150  
Cokley, John D. (2009) Journalism's life after death. Book review of: Attonn, Chris and Hamilton, James F: Alternative journalism. Sage, UK, 2008. Eureka Street, 19 5: . 52  
Babidge, S., Cokley, J. D., Gordon, F. and Louw, P. E. (2005) Making media work in space: An interdisciplinary perspective on media and communication requirements for current and future space communities. International Journal of Astrobiology, 4 3-4: 259-268. doi:10.1017/S1473550405002788 95   0 0
Tilley, E. and Cokley, J. D. (2007). Mapping the public sphere discourse on 'citizen journalism': Participants, contructs and ideological investments. In: Hannis, G., Refereed proceedings of the 2007 Journalism Education Association New Zealand Conference. 2007 JEANZ Conference. The Future for the Mainstream: The Changing Demands on Journalists and the Challenge for Journalism Educators, Wellington, New Zealand, (1-18). 10-12 December 2007. 164  
Wangmo, Kinley and Cokley, John D. (2009) Media convergence in Bhutan: case studies in 2008 link local voices to central infrastructure. Pacific Journalism Review, 15 2: 152-172. 54  
Cokley, J., da Costa, A. H., Lonsdale, J., Romano, A., Spurgeon, C. and Tickle, S. (2000) Media, democracy and development: Learning from East Timor. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 33 9: . 44  
Crowley-Cyr, Lynda and Cokley, John (2005) Media, 'Madness' and Ethical Journalism. Australian Journalism Review, 27 2: 53-66. 630 3
Cokley, John D. (2009) Meeting media needs: what you learn when you ask your students questions. The Convergence Newsletter, 6 8: . 40  
Cokley, John, Edstrom, Maria, McBride, Jessica and Ranke, Angela (2011) Moving away from 'Big Media': Students, jobs and Long-Tail theory. Australian Journalism Review, 33 1: 107-118. 63  
Cokley, John (2008) News Corp and Fairfax not the future of journalism. Crikey News Magazine, . 81  
Harrison, John, Cokley, John D. and Peter Milne (2007). Postcards from Praxis: A Review of Learning Spaces Influencing Practices in Journalism Education at The University of Queensland. In: Evaluation Forum 2007. Evaluation in Higher Education: Evidence, Scholarship and Praxis, The University of Queensland, (). 27-28 November 2007. 78  
McDonald, Lynette M. and Cokley, John (2013) Prepare for anger, look for love: a ready reckoner for crisis scenario planners. PRism, 10 1: 1-11. 21 1
Cokley, J. D. (2005) Profit as a driver of quality journalism education. Australian Studies in Journalism, 14 -: 79-96. 62  
Arthur, Julie, Cokley, John D., Hetherington, Susan and Tanner, Stephen (2007). Real work, real world, real problems: An analysis of three different simulations in journalism education. In: Book of Abstracts: Australian Technology Network Evaluation and Assessment Conference: Assessment and Evaluation for Real-World Learning. Australian Technology Network Evaluation and Assessment Conference: Assessment and Evaluation for Real-World Learning, Brisbane, Australia, (1-1). 29-30 November 2007. 211  
Cokley, J (2009) Reducing waste in timber procurement is critical to replacement of original wooden shingle roofs on heritage buildings at Norfolk Island. Australian Forestry, 72 4: 206-211. 39   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Cokley, John (2007) Relaunch of the same old thing. Ultimo, NSW, Australia, ABC Online. 90 2
Cokley, J. D. and Capel, Chris (2004) Remote news delivery Down Under. Convergence, 10 4: 55-72. doi:10.1177/135485650401000406 352 3 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Rankin, William and Cokley, John D. (2009) Runway incursions: Airport movement area driver training demographics suggests revisions to airport driver training methods. Journal of Management and Marketing Research, 2 1-18. 106 1
Ewart, Jacqui, Cokley, John and Coats, Patricia (2004) Sourcing the news: Teaching journalism students different approaches to sourcing practices. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 15: 33-45. 68  
Cokley, John D. (2004). Spoiled for Choice: Vacation Planning. ArcaMax Publishing. 37  
Cokley, John D. (2003) Staying in Touch: News Delivery to Australian Researchers in Antarctica. Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture, 36 1: 102-115. 56 2
Cokley, John D. (2009) St Mary's a metaphor for blogger power. Eureka Street, 19 9: . 29  
Cokley, J. D. (2006) Stockwell, Stephen, Political Campaign Strategy: Doing Democracy in the 21st Century. Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, 121 221-222. 145  
Cokley, John D. (2007). Students, online pedagogies and social change. In Pradip N. Thomas (Ed.), Communication and Social Change (pp. 95-112) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland. 141 33
Cokley, John (2004). The Application of In Situ Digital Networks to News Reporting and Delivery PhD Thesis, School of Film, Media & Cultural Studies, Griffith University. 1018 3201
Cokley, John The Application of in situ Digital Networks to News Reporting and Delivery: Networks, Communities and Journalism. SaarbrĂĽcken , Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG, 2008. 50  
Cokley, J. D. (2005). The financial importance of audience involvement for media survival. In: S. Stockwell and B. Isakhan, Proceedings of the 2005 Journalism Education Association Conference. Journalism Education Association Conference, Surfers Paradise, (---). 29 November - 2 December, 2005. 116  
Austin, J A and Cokley, J D (2006) The Key Hiring Criteria Used by Journalism Employers. Australian Studies in Journalism, 17 Dec 2006: 74-89. 57  
Cokley, John D. and Ranke, Angela (2009). The long tail evident in journalism employment opportunities, but students unaware. In: Franklin, Bob, Future of Journalism 2009. Future of Journalism 2009, Cardiff, Wales, (). 9-10 September 2009. 66  
Cokley, J. D. (2005) The mirror-ball effect: Investigating channels, messages and participation levels. Ejournalist, 5 1: 1-77. 59  

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