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  • 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 ...
  • Forrest, T (Intellect, 2005-01)
    Since 1988, Alexander Kluge (who is best known outside of Germany for his work as a prominent member of the New German Cinema) has been actively involved in the production of a number of experimental programmes for German ...
  • Hassid, JH (International Communication Association, 2012-01)
    Despite censorship, Chinese bloggers routinely uncover corruption, help solve social problems, and even pressure state officials to change policy. The power of online opinion is undisputed in individual cases, but the ...
  • Piper, TA; Wilcox, SJ; Bonfiglioli, C; Emilsen, A; Martin, P (http://ejournalist.com.au/, 2011-01)
    Research challenging assumptions about the value of bicycle helmets and the laws which make them mandatory recently triggered a media debate about bicycle helmet laws and prompted discussion as to the extent to which health ...
  • Joseph, SA (Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2012-01)
    There is often a moment or moments during an interview where the subject's deeply personal experience intersects with the narrative process; "an eloquent episode" on which the central significance of an entire story ...
  • Bonfiglioli, C (Royal Australian Chemical Institute, 2013-01)
  • Mitchell, T (John Libbey & Company, 2009-01)
    This article explores aspects of the relationship between music, place, locality and identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand. While there have been numerous attempts to construct a national identity for New Zealand music (often ...
  • Bonfiglioli, C (Royal Australian Chemical Institute, 2013-01)
  • Bonfiglioli, C (Royal Australian Chemical Institute, 2011-01)
  • Hurley, AW (John Libbey & Company, 2006-01)
    In late 1966, a group of Indonesian jazz musicians approached the energetic West-German broadcaster, writer and so-called 'jazz pope' Joachim-Ernst Berendt with the proposal that he assist them in mounting a tour of Europe. ...
  • Taylor, HE (Art Monthly Australia Pty. Ltd, 2009-01)
    Hoop pines, vine thickets, and a mesh of mangrove roots. Fringing coral reefs and fractured granite boulders. Where are we? Eight kilometres offshore from Townsville. Its sunrise on Magnetic Island (`Maggie), the only arid ...
  • Joseph, SA (Australasian Association of Writing Progams, 2011-01)
    This paper seeks to interrogate some of the ethical and procedural concerns that arise from supervising students who create literary artifact by drawing on personal trauma, specifically in the writing of sexual abuse and ...
  • Vasseleu, C (Berg, 2009-01)
    Czech Surrealist and animator Jan vankmajer has experimented with tactility as a sensory modality that can kindle affect by analogy. His approach to tactile experience is also as far removed from the aims and applications ...
  • Cole, C (Eureka College, 2007-01)
    The article provides insights for creative writing teachers on how to introduce their students to the short stories of James Joyce and what benefits would be provided in a close study of the writing. According to the author, ...
  • Joseph, SA (Routledge, Taylor & Francis, 2010-01)
    Ever since Tom Wolfe wrote a 13-page essay entitled 'The Birth of the New Journalism: eyewitness report by Tom Wolfe' in the 1970s, debate has raged over the nature of this New Journalism or literary journalism or creative ...
  • Langan, DA; Athanasou, J (Natl Assoc Music Therapy Inc, 2005-01)
    This study is a measure of the effectiveness of music therapy education by testing it against a proven educational model. It evaluates the role of knowledge, interest and learning strategies in the Model of Domain Learning ...