Culture & Communications

Research
27 May 2015

This paper considers the ways in which Foucault's (1979) theoretical concept of the panopticon might be used more generally in consideration of public health research and interventions.

Audio
24 May 2015

Rear Vision explores why the world of scholarly communication has become so divided over the control, access and cost of knowledge.

Commentary
21 May 2015

What might television look like in a year’s time, in a few years’ time, in a decade?

Research
21 May 2015

This report details the responses from 25 people from free-to-air and subscription TV, IPTV, production companies, telecommunications and IT, online and social media, advertising, and others, on...

Website
20 May 2015

The cybercrime repository is a central data repository of cybercrime laws and lessons learned for the purposes of facilitating the continued assessment of needs and criminal justice capabilities...

Research
18 May 2015

This issues paper examines the adequacy of current legal frameworks in Tasmania that are potentially able to address bullying behaviours, including cyberbullying.

Research
18 May 2015

Australia’s commercial free-to-air broadcasters’ contribution to the Australian economy, to the independent production sector and to Australian viewers has been quantified for the first time in...

Research
18 May 2015

Explains key trends in scam activity and highlights the impact of scams on the community.

Video
15 May 2015

Do editors know what they’re doing? The Emerging Writers’ Festival launches its 2015 program with a game that puts you in the editor’s chair.

Research
14 May 2015

This paper argues that Australia now has the most far-reaching data retention requirements among advanced industrialised democracies to collect and retain data imposed upon telecommunications...