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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 ...
  • Rampage 
    Dwyer, CM (ABC National Radio, 2005-01)
    Description: This work follows on from the previous feature, Soundtrack To War, also prodnced in collaboration with Australian war artist George Gittoes. In this feature, Gittoes travels to Miami with Eliot Lovett, one of ...
  • Knight, AD (Auckland University of Technology, Pacific Media Centre, 2004-01)
    Australian governments have made continuing attempts to restrict the public's right to know. This article looks back to 1968 when radical Queensland university students challenged state government restrictions on freedom ...
  • Baur, L; Bonfiglioli, C; Caterson, ID; Colagiuri, R; Cretikos, M; Leeder, S; Murray, K; Pearson, S; Sim, K; Torode, M; Wake, M; Wittert, G (Sydney University Nutrition Research Foundation, 2007-01)
    Senator Guy Barnett has held eight Healthy Lifestyle Forums to Help Combat Childhood Obesity since entering the Senate in 2002. The most recent forum, held on 20 June 2007 at Australian Parliament House Canberra, brought ...
  • Joseph, SA (Routledge, 2011-01)
    The journalism industry has only recently begun to embrace reflective practice in response to trauma in journalists, but it substantially ignores empathy. This article examines six narratives of trauma subjects from the ...
  • De Vries, PA (University of Soukern Denmark, 2004-01)
    Music has played an important role in the fictional novel for centuries. The sheer number of novels using music as a central feature is evident in a recent bibliography of musical crime fiction that lists more than 600 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Gwilt, Ian (University of Plymouth, 2005)
  • Anderson, TK (American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2005-01)
    Despite the growing appreciation of the dynamism of the concept of relevance, there is still a tendency to relegate it to the domain of information retrieval. In doing so, we dilute its potency as a human practice and lose ...
  • Maniaty, AE (UTS ePress, 2013-01)
    Globalization has many faces, from marketing to warfare, but underlying all of its diverse realisations has been the dramatic growth of the media, and its permeation into every aspect of society. In the interconnected ...
  • Bonfiglioli, C (The New South Wales Centre For Overweight and Obesity, University of Sydney, 2007-01)
  • Nash, CJ; Bacon, W (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, 2006-01)
    This article reports on a preliminary scan of six English-language newspapers in Southeast Asia, with a side comparison to a leading Australian newspaper, regarding their coverage of environmental sustainability issues ...
  • 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 ...
  • Aroney, EE (Macquarie University, 2009-01)
    Luckily for ABC radio documentary producer Tony Barrell, the answer to this question was a largely unqualified yes. Barrells prolific thirty-year career includes conventional current affairs and historically based TV and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Marshall, J (Media & Cultural Studies Centre at the University of Queensland, 2003-01)
  • Keane, M; Donald, SJ (RoutledgeCurzon, 2002-01)
  • 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 ...