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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 -> 420000 Language and Culture -> 420300 Cultural Studies -> 420307 Consumption and Everyday Life :

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Luckman, S. (2000) Alternative Australia. M/C Reviews, . 48  
Asian Studies Review: Special Issue - Electronic Identities in Eastern Asia (2002) Volume 26 Issue 2 76  
Turner, G. (2004). Audience decline. In J. Sinclair (Ed.), Contemporary World Television (pp. 44-44) London: British Film Institute Publishing. 85  
Turner, G. (1999). Australian popular music & everyday life. In: Gerry Bloustien, Musical Visions: Selected Conference Proceedings from the 6th National Australian/New Zealand IASPM and Inaugural Arnhem Land Performance Conference. 6th National Aust/NZ IASPM etc, Univ. of SA, (147-155). June, 1998. 135  
Goggin, G. M. and Noonan, T. (2006). Blogging disability: The interface between new cultural movements and internet technology. In A. Bruns and J. Jacobs (Ed.), Uses of Blogs (pp. 161-172) New York: Peter Lang. 279  
Bailey, Penny (2005) (Book review) Lacquerware in Asia, Today and Yesterday. Asian Studies Review, 29 4: 441-441. doi:10.1080/10357820500398358 46   0
Low, Morris Building a Modern Japan: Science, Technology, and Medicine in the Meiji Era and Beyond. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. 168  
Han, Alan (2007) 'Can I Tell You What We Have to Put Up With?': Stinky Fish and Offensive Durian. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 21 3: 361-377. doi:10.1080/10304310701460714 381 2 1
Goggin, G. M. Cell Phone Culture: Mobile Technology in Everyday Life. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge, 2006. 762  
Goggin, G. M. (2002) Conurban. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 5 2: . 42  
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J (2006). Disabling cell phones. In A. Kavoori and N. Arceneaux (Ed.), The Cell Phone Reader: Essays in Social Transformation Volume 34 ed. (pp. 155-172) New York: Peter Lang. 39  
Hirst, Angela (2005). Eating the Other: Levinas's Ethical Encounter PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics and School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland. 1030 4695
Gregg, Melissa C. (2006) Feeling Ordinary: Blogging as Conversational Scholarship. 239 2634
Gregg, M. (2007) Freedom to work: the impact of Wireless on labour politics. Media International Australia, 125 57-70. 523 1
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J. (2006) Information technology in G. Albrecht (eds.) Encyclopedia of Disability. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications 26  
Media International Australia (2003) Volume 1 Issue 107 56  
Goggin, G. M. (2006) Notes on the history of the mobile phone in Australia. Southern Review, 38 3: 4-22. 863  
McKay, S. B. and Rintel, S. (2001) Online Television Forums: Access, Interactivity, and Transactional Space. EJC (Electronic Journal of Communication), 11 2: 1-19. 92  
Banks, John A. L. (2005). Participatory culture and enjoyment in the video games industry : reconfiguring the player-developer relationship PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 362 3
St John, G. (2003). Post-rave technotribalism and the carnival of protest. In D. Muggleton and R. Weinzierl (Ed.), The Post-subcultures Reader (pp. 65-82) Oxford: Berg. 141  
Goggin, G. M. (2003) Questions for Australia's Internet history and its broadband future. On Line Opinion, 1 1-3. 52  
Gregg, M. C. (2005) Review of Chris Barker, Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice; Richard Johnson, Deborah Chambers, Parvati Raghuram and Estella Tincknell, The Practice of Cultural Studies; and Jeff Lewis, Cultural Studies: The Basics. Media International Australia, 114 151-153. 829  
Murray, S. E. (2002) 'Review of "High-Pop: Making Culture into Popular Entertainment", Jim Collins, ed.' (Book Review). M/C Reviews, Words November: . 50  
Osborne, Roger (2005) Separating the 'Bookfellow' from the Bookfellow: A. G. Stephens and the Australian Magazine Reader. Script and Print, 29 1-4: 260-275. 121 6
Goggin, G. M. (2003) Social experiments in telecommunications networking: Rural communities online in 21st Century Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 53 2: 45-54. 64   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Luckman, S. (2000). 'Sorted'?: Mapping the regulation of dance parties in Australia. In: Tony Mitchell, Peter Doyle and Bruce Johnson, Changing Sounds: New Directions & Configurations in Popular Music. IASPM 1999 International Conference, UTS, Sydney, (220-223). July 9-13, 1999. 25  
Turner, G. (2004). Television and democracy: Threats and opportunities. In J. Sinclair (Ed.), Contemporary World Television (pp. 4-6) London: British Film Institute Publishing. 104  
Henderson, M. A. (2006). The best motorbike: The Ducati 916 superbike. In A. McKee (Ed.), Beautiful things in popular culture (pp. 124-143) Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing. 288  
Henderson, M. A. (2002). "The Big Business of Surfing's Oceanic Feeling: Thirty Years of Tracks Magazine.". In Ronald Strickland (Ed.), Growing Up Postmodern: Beoliberalism and the War on the Young First ed. (pp. 141-167) Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield. 125  
The ideas market: An alternative take on Australia's intellectual life. Edited by David Carter Carlton, Australia: Melbourne University Press, 2004. 71  
Goggin, G. M. (2006). The Internet, online and mobile cultures. In S. Cunningham and G. Turner (Ed.), The Media & Communications in Australia (pp. 259-278) Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 122  
Caldwell, N. (2000) Virtual Domesticity: Renewing the notion of cybernetic living and working environments. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 6 December: 1-1. 44  
Brisbin, Christopher, Smith, Cathy, Dixon, Matthew, Paine, Ashley and D'Alpoim, Dianne (2004). What is the value of home? NOT FOR SALE - West End interventions. 733 206
Bonner, Frances (2005). Whose lifestyle is it anyway?. In D. Bell and J. Hollows (Ed.), Ordinary lifestyles: Popular media, consumption and taste (pp. 35-46) Maidenhead, England: Open University Press. 376 12
Southhorn, Edward James (2008). You Should've Been Here Yesterday: Tales from Surfing Mythology MPhil Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 360 111