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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 -> 410304 Other Cinema and Electronic Arts :

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McKee, A. (2001). A Cultural Policy Argument for Federal Government Subsidies for the Production of Gay Pornographic Videos in Australia. In: K. Atkinson and J. Finnerty, Q21C: Queer in the Twenty First Century: the Body -- Queer & Politic. Q21C: Queer in the Twenty First Century: the Body -- Queer & Politic, Powerhouse Museum, Brisbane, (119-138). 7 July, 2001. 48  
Gartside, J. and Heales, J (2006). A model of music piracy. In: I. Garcia and R. Trejo, Proceedings of: The Twelfth Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2006). 12th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2006), Acapulco, Mexico, (603-610). 4-6 August, 2006. 152  
Young, Sherman. (2004). An evaluation of the implementation of online services content regulation in Australia PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 144 10
McKee, A. (2002) An Interview with Russell T. Davies. Continuum, 16 2: 235-244. 80  
McKee, A. (2002) Double Standards in Cultural Judgement. Austrailan Screen Education, 28 46-49. 45  
McKee, A. (2002) Fandom in T. Miller (eds.) Television Studies. London: British Film Institute Publishing 128  
Morris, S. J. (2002). First Person Shooters: A Game Apparatus. In G. King and T. Krzywinska (Ed.), ScreenPlay: Cinema/videogames/interfaces (pp. 81-97) London: Wallflower Press. 452  
Roe, Amanda (2004) Graphic satire and public life in the age of terror. Media International Australia, 113 55-65. 48  
McKee, A. (2002) I don't want to be a Citizen if it means I have to watch the ABC. Media International Australia, 103 May: 14-23. 61  
McKee, A. (2002) Public Intellectuals: an Introduction to Continuum's new series. Continuum, 16 2: 221-224. 45  
McKee, A. (2002) REview: Gay Fandom and Crossover Fandom, Michael de Angelis. M/C, Words November: . 70  
Morris, Sue (2004) Shoot first, ask questions later: Ethnographic research in an online computer gaming community. Media International Australia, 110 31-41. 322  
McKee, A. (2002). Textual Analysis. In S. Cunningham and G. Turner (Ed.), Media & Communications in Australia (pp. 52-71) St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 116  
Caldwell, Nicholas (2004) Theoretical frameworks for analysing turn-based computer strategy games. Media International Australia, 110 42-51. 211  
McKee, A. (2002) Understanding Pornography in Australia. Eros Journal, 2 3: 1-21. 499  
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. 143 8
McKee, A. (2002) What Cultural Studies needs is more Theory. Continuum, 16 3: 311-317. 37