Communication & Media

Research

2 September 2015

This paper argues that all regions in Australia benefit from the NBN but the economic effects are greater in the major cities because of their larger economic activity.

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24 August 2015

This corporate plan details three year targets for the NBN network across Australia.

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23 August 2015

The FDIP employs 33 indicators to comparatively evaluate access to and usage of affordable financial services among people excluded from formal financial services across 21 countries.

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19 August 2015

The results in this report reflect the noteworthy and rapid emergence of different kinds of communications tools serving different social needs, adding to an already complex and varied terrain of online and mobile interaction.

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17 August 2015

Small business use of mobile and internet technology is currently limiting their ability to reach their full digital potential, this new report from PWC and Googles finds.

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12 August 2015

This report examines media reporting of alcohol consumption and its risks during pregnancy, and highlights women’s situated knowledge of the issue as a vital part of the public conversation about alcohol and pregnancy.

 

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11 August 2015

This report discusses how the digital age impacts on 'millennial teens' aged 16-19 on a daily basis.

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11 August 2015

The Open data study reveals new insights into the innovate ways Australian organisations are using open government data.

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10 August 2015

This paper describes a prototype Graphically Linked Information Discovery Environment created using semantic web techniques to better manage statistical information.

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10 August 2015

This media consumer survey provides a current snapshot of how Australians are consuming different media and entertainment.

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6 August 2015

This report explores friendship in the digital age, covering the results of a national American survey of teens aged 13 to 17.

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6 August 2015

The UK is now a "smartphone society". Smartphones have overtaken laptops as the most popular device for getting online, Ofcom research has revealed, with record ownership and use transforming the way Britons communicate.

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