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Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) 2001 World Press Freedom Review - A Special Edition of the IPI Report. 2001 World Press Freedom Review, 2001: 148-150. 51  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A cavalcade of colourful characters. Panpa Bulletin, November/D 2006: 44-45. 164  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) Advocate or supplicant? Survival in the New South Wales provincial press to 1900. Journal of Australian Colonial History, 3 1: 77-99. 75  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Amazing History Finds. Australian Printer, May: 36-36. 77  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) An insane speculation. Australian Printer, November: 80-80. 67  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A peripatetic printer. Australian Printer, October: 63-63. 66  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) A printer's devil finds his way around the country circuit. PANPA Bulletin, 1 April 2002: 29-31. 70  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A provincial tale of newspaper men. Panpa Bulletin, July 258: 46-47. 72  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) Are community newspapers really different?. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 10: 16-21-21. 100  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) A Sale where sometimes you pay, and sometimes you don't. PANPA Bulletin, October 250: 48-49. 46  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) A tale of two country dailies that struggled against the odds. PANPA Bulletin, November 33-35-35. 50  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Aussie press pioneers prove nothing stops the news. PANPA Bulletin, 189 (April): 66-68. 44  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Australia. IPI Report: World Press Freedom Review 2005, 2005 1-8. 39  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Australia. IPI Report: World Press Freedom Review, 2004 -: 166-169. 41  
Isaacs, Victor, Kirkpatrick, Rod and Russell, John Australian newspaper history: a bibliography 1st ed. Middle Park, QLD, Australia: Australian Newspaper History Group, 2004. 884 11818
Isaacs, Victor, Russell, John, Kirkpatrick, Rod and Clarke, Patricia Australian newspaper history: a bibliography - additional entries First Supp. ed. Middle Park, QLD, Australia: Australian Newspaper History Group, 2005. 370 4551
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A whirlwind of change for Northern Territory news. Panpa Bulletin, June 257: 44-45. 58  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003) Barnets sell Bunyip after 139 years. PANPA Bulletin, 225 19-19. 38  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) Before the press kisses them. Australian Printer, February: 22-22. 33   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Bicentenary of newspaper publishing in Australia. PANPA Bulletin, 1 December 2002: 29-32. 40  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Blood, sweat and academic pursuits. Australian Printer, November: 68-76. 34   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Book review: Party games. Australian Journalism Review, 26 2: 189-191. 45  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (2005) Bulletin Struggled Early but Boomed with the Gold Coast. PANPA Bulletin, May: 56-57. 276 1939
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Bulletin struggled early but has boomed with the Gold Coast. PANPA Bulletin, May 245: 56-57. 41  
Kirkpatrick, R. (1999). Casting off Provincialism: The Changing National Outlook of Country Newspapers. In: Proceedings of the 1998 Journalism Education Association Conference. Annual Conference of Journalism Education Association, Yeppoon, (86-99). 1-4 December, 1998. 52  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Charting the birth of newspaper dynasties. PANPA Bulletin, 197 (December): 33-35. 65  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Chronic Circulation Decline: Regional Dailies Succumb to Metropolitan Virus. Australian Studies in Journalism, 9 75-105. 946 1632
Kirkpatrick, R. Country conscience: A history of the New South Wales provincial press, 1841-1995. Canberra: Infinite Harvest, 2000. 69  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) Cutting your reporting teeth. Australian Printer, June: 55-55. 36  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Death threats on the Darling Downs. PANPA BUlletin, November: 58-59. 55  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003) Diggings newspaper that never made it into print. PANPA Bulletin, 223 26-28-28. 44  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (1996) Diploma to Degree: 75 Years of Tertiary Journalism Studies. Australian Studies in Journalism, 5: 256-264. 1203 1452
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) Diploma to degree and beyond: 85 years of tertiary journalism studies. Australian Studies in Journalism, 16 64-73. 57  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Dorrigo soon to be last hot metal printed paper. PANPA Bulletin, February/March: 54-54. 51  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Duplication 'disease' spreads through colonial papers. PANPA Bulletin, December: 94-95. 39  
Kirkpatrick, R. (1999) Dynamism or dullness?: Dynasties in the New South Wales provincial press. Bibliographic Society of Australia and New Zealand Bulletin, 23/24 4: 269-284. 35  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) Dynasties end with a whimper, not a bang. Panpa Bulletin, September 260: 43-44. 36  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2003) Dynasties play key role in continuity of SA provincials. PANPA Bulletin, 225 28-30-30. 35  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Edited with a pair of scissors. Australian Printer, November: 22-22. 28   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) Editorial beacon shines in State's sea of corruption. PANPA Bulletin, March 33-35-35. 23  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Editor with grand visions starts two Beechworth papers. PANPA Bulletin, 1 November 2002: 25-38. 43  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) End of a dynasty. Panpa Bulletin, June 257: 12-12. 28  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2007) Engines of influence: Newspapers of country Victoria, 1840-1890. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 53 3: 467-468. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2007.00470.x 28   0 0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004). Ernest Christian Sommerlad: A great country editor. In: Best Australian Journalism of the 20th Century. Best Australian Journalism of the 20th Century, RMIT University, School of Applied Communication, (). 26th November 2004. 50  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (2004) Eureka and the Editor: A Reappraisal 150 Years On. Australian Journalism Review, 26 2: 31-42. 295 1428
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Factions and cliques divided Lockhart. PANPA Bulletin, 190 (May): 27-28. 38  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) Famous five of Gippsland. Panpa Bulletin, October 261: 43-44. 44  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Fanning the embers of a fascination with country press history. PANPA Bulletin, 1 February 2002: 33-35. 47  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) From 'Maggie Matilda' to editor, fixer, facilitator and doer. PANPA Bulletin, December 32-35-35. 38  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Gearing family stumbles onto central role at Maryborough. PANPA Bulletin, July: 58-59. 45  

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