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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 -> 410000 The Arts -> 410300 Cinema, Electronic Arts and Multimedia -> 410301 Film and Video :

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Casey, M. (2003) After Mabo: What's at Stake?. Australian Screen Education, 32 107-111. 101  
Butler, M. A. (2005). A Suite of shorts/ diary of an emerging filmmaker MPhil Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 84  
Gunders, John (2001) Escape from the Kitchen. Metro, 127/128 128-137. 82  
Beattie, K. R. and Gordon, I. (2001) Film and History. The Australasian Journal of American Studies, 20 2: 79-89. 34  
McWilliam, Kelly (Kelly Ann) (2006). Girl meets girl : lesbian romantic comedies and the public sphere PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, University of Queensland. 1221 15
McKee, A. (2004). How to tell the difference between production and consumption: A case study in Doctor Who fandom. In S. Gwenllian-Jones and R. E. Pearson (Ed.), Cult Television (pp. 167-185) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 501  
McKee, A. (2004) Is Doctor Who political?. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7 2: 201-217. 67  
M/C: A journal of media and culture (2003) Volume 6 Issue 1 32  
Atkinson, Adam (2005) On the nature of dogs, the right of grace, forgiveness and hospitality: Derrida, Kant, and Lars von Trier's Dogville. Senses of Cinema, 36 . 547  
Ramiere, Nathalie (2006) Reaching a foreign audience: Cultural transfers in screen translation. Journal of Specialised Translation, 6 1-12. 158  
Clarke, R. G. (2006) Review: Ruoff, Jeffrey (ed) Virtual Voyages: Cinema and Travel. Media International Australia, 121 218-219. 50  
Beattie, K. R. (2001) Riding the Wave. The Documenter: The documentary flimmaker's journal, 4 1: 1-6. 40  
Ward, Susan and O'Regan, Tom (2007) Servicing 'the other Hollywood': The vicissitudes of an international television production location. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 2: 167-185. doi:10.1177/1367877907076776 377 2 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Duncan, K. and Goggin, G. M. (2002) "Something in your belly": Fantasy, disability and desire in My One-Legged Dream Lover. Disability Studies Quarterly: Special issue on sexuality and disability, 22 4: 136-154. 118  
Roe, Amanda (2006) Television satire, decmocracy and the decay of public language: John Clarke's verbal caricature. Media International Australia, 121 93-104. 84  
Smith, Royce W. (2003) The image is dying: Visualisation and sharing in catastrophic times. M/C Journal, 6 2: 1-10. 15  
Fotheringham, R. A. (2001) Theorising the Individual Body on Stage and Screen; or, The Jizz of Martin Guerre'. Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, 15 2: 17-32. 64  
McKee, A. (2004) Views on happiness in the television series Ally Mcbeal: The philosophy of David E Kelley. Journal of Happiness Studies, 5 4: 385-411. 45  
Hainge, Greg (2004). Weird or Loopy? Specular Spaces, Feedback and Artifice in Lost Highway’s Aesthetics of Sensation. In Annette Davison and Erica Sheen (Ed.), The Cinema of David Lynch: American Dreams, Nightmare Visions (pp. 136-150) London: Wallflower Press. 147 8