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Conference Papers Refereed
- A Genealogy of Infotainment: Journalism as a Shifting Political Technology
- Journalism's Long Cosmopolitan Turn
- Possibilities and challenges of print investigative journalism in the digital age
- Public Editors, 'Media Governance' and Journalistic Practice
- Regimes of Professionalism and Shifting Practices of Journalism
- Rethinking Journalism Culture and Authority: Beyond 'Professionalism'
- The Watchdog Role of Newspapers: from the Golden Age to the Digital Economy
- The crisis in journalism: Is Australia immune?
- The scrutiny of the lens: Press photography of parliaments and the unique case of the Australian parliament
Conference Papers Unrefereed
- A comparative analysis of digital paywall systems: Challenges to the journalism of 'quality' daily mastheads
- Journalistic identity and industry at a digital turning point
- The thin edge of the wedge: Using ‘big data’ to understand political messaging in marginal electorates.
- The watchdog role of Australian financial journalism over five decades.
- Wedge Politics: mapping voter attitudes towards asylum seekers using ‘big data’ during the Australian 2013 federal election campaign.
- ‘War on 1034’ Sun News Pictorial and Campaign journalism: Revisiting media affects and agenda setting
- A History of Press Photography in Australia
- BEST PRACTICE IN DATA JOURNALISM - A WORKSHOP
- Global Youth & Media - Notions of Cosmopolitanism in the Global Public Space
- MEDIA TREATMENT AND COMMUNICATION NEEDS OF SUDANESE-AUSTRALIANS
- Planning, Media, and Local Democracy in Australia and America
- THE CITIZENS' AGENDA
- The Civic Impact of Journalism
- The Civic Impact of Journalism
- UNFIT TO PRINT: A HISTORY AND ANALYSIS OF PRESS POWER IN AUSTRALIA
Journal Articles Refereed
- "Public Editors" and Media Governance at The Guardian and The New York Times
- "We are not North Korea': propaganda and professionalism in the People's Republic of China
- A new symbiosis? Opportunities and challenges to hyperlocal journalism in the digital age
- Behind the newspaper paywall - lessons in charging for online content: a comparative analysis of why Australian newspapers are stuck in the purgatorial space between digital and print
- Ethical free-for-all over media access to the fire zone
- From everyday conversation to political action: Talking austerity in online "third spaces'
- Lessons from America? News and politics in hard times
- Pixels, paper, and public affairs: a comparative content census of print and online editions of Melbourne newspaper The Age
- Robert Menzies: miners and the metals market crash of 1930
- Sky News Australia: The impact of local 24-hour news on political reporting in Australia
- The decline of traditional news and current affairs audiences in Australia
- The problems of populism: celebrity politics and citizenship
- Uncounted Votes: Informal Voting in the House of Representatives as a Marker of Political Exclusion in Australia
- Understanding the civic impact of journalism: A realistic evaluation perspective
- What is a Journalist?: The view from employers as revealed by their job vacancy advertisements
- What manner of man? Graham Perkin as editor of The Age newspaper
Journal Articles Unrefereed
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters Or Notes
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Research Book Chapters