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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 400000 Journalism, Librarianship and Curatorial Studies -> 400100 Journalism, Communication and Media :

400101 Journalism (361)
400102 Technical Writing (6)
400103 Professional Creative Writing (39)
400104 Communication and Media Studies (241)
400199 Journalism, Communication and Media not elsewhere classified (34)

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Stadler, Jane (2004) AIDS ads: Make a commercial, make a difference? Corporate social responsibility and the media. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 18 4: 591-610. doi:10.1080/1030431042000297699 584 11 0
Liu, S. (2004). An examination of the Social categorization of Chinese ethnic groups and its influence on intergroup relations in Australia. In: Communication in the public interest. 54th Annual Conference of the ICA, SHeraton Hotel, New Orleans, (1-24). 27 to 31 May 2004. 256  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) A printer's devil finds his way around the country circuit. PANPA Bulletin, 1 April 2002: 29-31. 70  
Henningham, John (1995) Auntie's "Watch Bitch": Journalists' Opinions of Media Watch. Australian Journalism Review, 17 1: 47-56. 542 383
Dobinson, G. (2002) Australian journalism research index. Australian Studies in Journalism, 10/11 242-327. 72  
Australian Journal of Communication (2010) Volume 37 Issue 1 57  
Australian Studies in Journalism (2005) Volume 14 92  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Bicentenary of newspaper publishing in Australia. PANPA Bulletin, 1 December 2002: 29-32. 40  
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. 88  
Paasonen, Karl-Erik (1995). Building the beast: Media construction of protest and protesters and the assignation of responsibility for violence M.A. Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. 206 421
Thomas, P. (2005) Christian fundamentalism and the media. Media Development, 2005 2: 3-9. 212  
Deuze, M., Boyd-Barrett, J.O., Claassen, G., Diederichs, P., Eastman, S.T., Jordaan, D., Louw, E.P E., Newsom, D., Quinn, S., Rabe, L., Stevenson, R.L., Wassermann, H. and Williams, J. (2002) Comment on the Sanef Media Audit: A new news culture is facing the media and journalism educators: The time to act is now!. Ecquid Novi, 23 1: 87-151. 81  
van Vuuren, Kitty (2006) Commercial trends in community radio: Sponsorship, advsertising and John Laws. Southern Review, 39 2: 26-43. 131 1
Lamble, Stephen (2001) Computer-assisted reporting, Philip Meyer and the Emperor’s New Clothes. Ejournalist, 1 2: . 620 611
Thomas, P. (2005). Contested futures: Indian media at the crossroads. In R. A. Hackett and Y. Zhao (Ed.), Democratizing global media: One world, many struggles (pp. 81-99) Lanham, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.. 52 3
Conley, D. P. (2002). Crafting your Story. In Stephen Tanner (Ed.), Journalism Investigation and Research (pp. 332-345) Frenchs Forest, NSW: Longman. 33  
Deacon, Andrew E., Morrison, Andrew and Stadler, Jane (2005) Designing for learning through multimodal production: film narrative and spectatorship in Director’s Cut. International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology, 1 1: 72-89. 138  
Morrison, Andrew, Deacon, Andrew and Stadler, Jane (2005). Designs for learning about film spectatorship. In: Conference Proceedings: Nordic Design Research Conference: In the Making. Nordic Design Research Conference: In the Making, Copenhagen, Denmark, (1-10). 29–31 May 2005. 92  
Clarke, Robert and Hunter, Mary Ann (2003). Developing cultural citizens through Australia’s Young Artists Mentoring Program. In Frances K. Kochan and Joseph T. Pascarelli (Ed.), Global perspectives on mentoring: Transforming contexts, communities, and cultures (pp. 53-71) Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.A.: Information Age Publishing. 76 55
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Editor with grand visions starts two Beechworth papers. PANPA Bulletin, 1 November 2002: 25-38. 43  
Mckay, J. (2005). Enlightened Racism and Celebrity Feminism in Contemporary Sports Advertisements. In S. J. Jackson and D. L. Andrews (Ed.), Sport, Culture and Advertising: Identities, Commodities, and the Politics of Representation (pp. 81-99) New York, NY: Routledge. 180  
Ojo, T. (2006) Ethnic Print Media in the multicultural nation of Canada: A case study of the black newspaper in Montreal. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 7 3: 343-361. doi:10.1177/1464884906065517 69   Cited 12 times in Scopus12 3
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Fanning the embers of a fascination with country press history. PANPA Bulletin, 1 February 2002: 33-35. 47  
Huang, Chengju. (2002). From Communism to commercialism : media and social transformation in China PhD Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. 384 4
Mckay, Jim, Mikosza, Janine and Hutchins, Brett (2005). "Gentlemen, the lunchbox has landed"; Representations of masculinities and men's bodies in the popular media. In Michael S. Kimmel, Jeff Hearn and R. W. Connell (Ed.), Handbook of studies on men and masculinities (pp. 270-288) Thousand Oaks, CA, United States: Sage Publications. 213  
Kirkpatrick, Rod (1995). Ghost of caution haunts House of Dunn: The rise and fall of a Queensland newspaper dynasty (1930-1989) PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, The University of Queensland. 406 1016
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Groom dynasty implodes and a new chain emerges in the north. PANPA Bulletin, 1 September 2002: 59-62. 30  
Hirst, M. (2002) Gung-ho patriots: Journalism and war. Politics and culture, 2002 2: 1-10. 38  
Ojo, T. (2007) ICTs for development in the Sub-Saharan African region: Historical, economic and political contexts. Communication for Development and Social Change, 1 4: . 73  
Stadler, Jane (2002) Intersubjective, embodied, evaluative perception: a phenomenological approach to the ethics of film. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 19 3: 237-248. doi:10.1080/10509200214843 84   0
McIlwaine, S. J. and Bowman, L. (2002). Interviewing Techniques. In S. Tanner (Ed.), Journalism Investigation and Research (pp. 258-271) Frenchs Forest NSW: Longman. 101  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2002) Jack-of-all-trades editor reflects on the endless work. PANPA Bulletin, 1 July 2002: 36-38. 31  
Nguyen, An (2006) Journalism in the Wake of Participatory Publishing. 1018 2498
Louw, E.P E. (2004). Journalists reporting from foreign places. In A. S. de Beer and J. C. Merrill (Ed.), Global Journalism: Topical Issues and Media Systems 4th ed. (pp. 151-162) Boston: Allyn & Bacon. 203 2
Kanyana (1976) Issue 1976 14 39
Kanyana (1968) Issue 1968 14 18
Kanyana (1970) Issue 1970 20 18
Kanyana (1969) Issue 1969 17 13
Kanyana (1979) Issue 1979 17 16
Kanyana (1980) Issue 1980 17 17
Kanyana (1991) Issue 1991 14 36
Kanyana (1981) Issue 1981 27 34
Kanyana (1975) Issue 1975 19 26
Kanyana (1978) Issue 1978 13 50
Kanyana (1972) Issue 1972 11 19
Kanyana (1990) Issue 1990 34 42
Kanyana (1983) Issue 1983 21 49
Kanyana (1971) Issue 1971 17 33
Kanyana (1984) Issue 1984 19 24
Kanyana (1973) Issue 1973 12 26

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