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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 :

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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. 53  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A cavalcade of colourful characters. Panpa Bulletin, November/D 2006: 44-45. 164  
Guerke, Lani and Hirst, Martin (1996) Across The Genres: How Journalism Is Changing In The 1990s. Australian Journalism Review, 18 1: 117-133. 1224 956
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. 76  
Patching, R. and Hirst, M. (2003) Afghanistan? Somewhere west of India, isn't it?. Australian Journalism Review, 25 2: 169-188. 90  
Waterford, Jack (2000) A Golden Age for Journalism?. Australian Studies in Journalism, 9: 3-14. 1093 568
McCarthy, Nigel (2000) Aid Workers, Intelligence Gathering and Media Self-Censorship. Australian Studies in Journalism, 9: 30-50. 869 780
McCarthy, Nigel (2000) Alf Rattigan And The Journalists: Advocacy Journalism And Agenda Setting In The Australian Tariff Debate 1963-1971. Australian Journalism Review, 22 2: 88-102. 717 640
Hirst, Martin (2003) Allies Down Under? The Australian at war. Politics and Culture, 4 . 763 857
Hirst, M. (2003) Allies down under? The Australian at war. Politics and Culture, 2003 4: 171-186. 88  
Hirst, Martin and Schutze, Robert (2004). Allies Down Under? The Australian at War and the "Big Lie". In Ralph D. Berenger (Ed.), Global Media Goes To War: Role of News and Entertainment Media During the 2003 Iraq War (pp. 171-186) Spokane, Washington: Marquette Books. 998 900
Harrison, J. (2004) A love affair with Latham: Australian news media analysis. January-June 2004. Australian Studies in Journalism, 13 .: 164-187. 81  
Harrison, John (2004) A Love Affair with Latham? Australian News Media Chronicle January-June 2004. 644 1798
Liu, S. and Wu, (2006) An examination of the relationship between social locations of Chinese immigrants and their ethnic newspaper dependency. Journal of University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, 8 227-231. 200  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) An insane speculation. Australian Printer, November: 80-80. 68  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A peripatetic printer. Australian Printer, October: 63-63. 66  
Kirkpatrick, R (2006) A provincial tale of newspaper men. Panpa Bulletin, July 258: 46-47. 73  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) Are community newspapers really different?. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 10: 16-21-21. 101  
McIlwaine, Stephen and Nguyen, An (2005) Are Journalism Students Equipped to Write About Science?. Australian Studies in Journalism, 14 41-60. 4904 603
Carah, N. (2007). Are you all coked out? Global corporations, music culture and young Australians. In: S. Livingstone, ICA2007: Creating Communication: Content, Control & Critique. ICA2007: Creating Communication: Content, Control & Critique, San Francisco, USA, (1-24). 24-28 May 2007. 199 2
Kirkpatrick, Rod (2005) A Sale Where Sometimes You Pay, and Sometimes You Don't. PANPA Bulletin, October: 48-49. 161 1635
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
Kirkpatrick, R. (2001) A tale of two country dailies that struggled against the odds. PANPA Bulletin, November 33-35-35. 50  
Haswell, S. (2001) Attention please! This political campaign is for you. Australian Journalism Review, 23 2: 129-147. 50  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) Aussie press pioneers prove nothing stops the news. PANPA Bulletin, 189 (April): 66-68. 44  
Day, A. E. (1999) Australian editorial election cartoons: Is there a change afoot?. Australian Journalism Review, 21 2: 117-133. 358  
Australian Journalism Monographs (1999) Volume 3 & 4 Issue May-November 100  
Australian Journalism Monographs (2000) Volume 5&6 66  
Day, A. E. (1999) Australian journalism research index. Australian Studies in Journalism, 1999 8: 239-332. 31  
Dobinson, Grant and Sakai, Tomoko (2002) Australian Journalism Research Index, 1992-2001. Australian Studies in Journalism, 10-11: 242-324. 641 2087
McHugh, Sharon (1995) Australian Journalism Research Index, 1992-94. Australian Studies in Journalism, 4: 291-317. 479 1364
McHugh, Sharon and Elgar, Kerri (1996) Australian Journalism Research Index, 1992-95. Australian Studies in Journalism, 5: 312-348. 534 1548
Elgar, Kerri (1998) Australian Journalism Research Index, 1992-97. Australian Studies in Journalism, 7: 214-285. 565 1937
Day, Anna (1999) Australian Journalism Research Index, 1992-99. Australian Studies in Journalism, 8 239-332. 517 2092
Henningham, John (1996) Australian Journalists' Professional and Ethical Values. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 73 1: 206-218. 1131 2449
Australian newspaper history: A bibliography. Edited by R. Kirkpatrick Brisbane: Australian Newspaper History Group, 2004. 103  
Isaacs, Victor, Kirkpatrick, Rod and Russell, John Australian newspaper history: a bibliography 1st ed. Middle Park, QLD, Australia: Australian Newspaper History Group, 2004. 890 12172
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. 371 4558
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2005) Issue 33 238 6
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2002) Issue 20 995 7735
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2004) Issue 27 299 2287
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2003) Issue 23 937 35
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2007) Issue 43 70  
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2008) Issue 50 291 1040
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2003) Issue 25 329 1606
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2000) Issue 4 855 4958
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (1999) Issue 2 950 3139
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2004) Issue 28 440 1582
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2000) Issue 8 880 5583
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (2008) Issue 49 340 1547

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