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  • Lipworth, W; Kerridge, I; Morrell, B; Bonfiglioli, C; Forsyth, R (2012-12)
    The news media is frequently criticised for failing to support the goals of government health campaigns. But is this necessarily the purpose of the media? We suggest that while the media has an important role in disseminating ...
  • Carey, G (Giramondo Publishing Company, 2004-01)
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  • Mitchell Anthony (LaTrobe University, School of Communications, Arts and Critical Enquiry, 2005)
    Rowan Woods' 1997 film The boys was released at a time when Australian cinema had just reached the end of its commercially viable, but at times rather shallow and gimmicky "Quirky" phase, signalled by films such as ...
  • Forrest, T (Routledge, 2008-01)
    This essay focuses on Bitte Liebt Osterreich (Please Love Austria) 'a week-long performance/multi-media event staged in Vienna in 2000 by German artist Christoph Schlingensief in an attempt to mobilize public debate about ...
  • Sun, W (University of Texas Press, 2010-01)
    In March 2009, Li Changchun, Chinas Chief of Propaganda and a senior member of the standing committee of Chinas Political Bureau, told the ABC (Australias national broadcaster) that China was concerned about the Western ...
  • Mitchell, T (Musicological Society of Australia, 2013-01)
    Psychogeography has been applied to music in relation to the way in which music can express both a spirit of place and a topographical dimension in which musical forms, idioms and modes of expression mirror features of ...
  • Crawford, R (Intellect, 2008-01)
    This study surveys the relationship that has developed between Australia's advertising and film industries from the early twentieth century to the present. Throughout this period there has been a continuous exchange of ...
  • Notley, T; Salazer, JF; Crosby, AL (University of Western Sydney, 2013-01)
    This article examines the ways in which one organisation and a number of citizens have begun to make use of new video translation and subtitling/captioning technologies to address local and regional social and environmental ...
  • Stead, NJ (Routledge, 2008-01)
    After a decade of literal placement where the object took centre stage, often to reinforce the belief that art was a myth, the object now functions differently. Instead of acting as a sign, foil or tombstone, the object ...
  • Gibson, RJ (Editorial Committee, Transformations, CQU, 2006-01)
  • Bacon, W; Nash, CJ (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2012-01)
    The coal industry is a high-profile and significant sector of the Australian economy that is coming under increasing criticism as a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. This paper offers a Bourdieusian field ...
  • McKee, A (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2012-01)
    For the majority of its producers and consumers, pornography functions as entertainment rather than art. This paper draws onmyrecent work mapping out entertainment as an area of study (for the new Entertainment Industries ...
  • Berry Rodney; Makino Mao; Hikawa Naoto; Naemura Masahide; Pisan Yusuf; Edmonds Ernest (Taylor and Francis, 2006)
    Over eight years of working with computers, a recurring problem has been what to do when existing tools fail to grow along with artistic ideas. Having failed to become skilled at programming, I have repeatedly sought ...
  • Titmarsh, M; Robinson, TM (Intellect, 2012-01)
    A republication of the essay cowritten with Todd Robinson for the exhibiton, Public Fitting, discussing the crossover of art and fashion via painting.
  • Knight, AD (Griffith University, 2007-01)
    In the past Brisbane was called as Deep North. Queensland was described as a cultural backwater lacking bookshops, political pubs, radio and television networks and publishing centres. Yet Brisbane created Australia's most ...
  • Leahy, GA (IM/NASS, 2013-01)
    This paper examines what it is that makes some documentaries become `classics' over time and argues that the documentaries that become classics are usually those that have brought innovations in form to the documentary ...
  • Gibson, SC; Leahy, GA (Australian Teachers of Media Inc, 2003-01)
    'This article was born out of a paper Gillian Leahy and Sarah Gibson gave on the essay documentary at the Documentary Sites Conference in Auckland in September 2000, and a second version at the Australian International ...
  • Loke, L; Khut, PG; Slattery, M; Truman, C; Muller, E; Duckworth, J (Inderscience, 2013-01)
    This article describes interdisciplinary research undertaken by a group of artists, designers, curators and somatic bodywork practitioners to explore a humancentred approach to the potential of touch, movement, balance and ...
  • Joseph, SA (University of Wollongong, 2007-01)
    In 1950s northern Queensland, a pack of eighteen to twenty white youth drove a young black teenager to a deserted spot, and gang raped her, believing they had hidden their crime by killing her. Not only did she survive and ...