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Martin Gibbs


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Conference paper

23 Oct 2013

This paper explores the contexts and motivations that underpin the uptake of Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN). The findings are drawn from a mixed-methods research study of households using surveys and interviews conducted in 2011 and 2012 in an early release site of the NBN rollout...

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Journal article

25 Jul 2013

This article draws from recent work by the authors on high-speed broadband and Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) to critically engage with and extend theories of media ecologies. The argument of this paper is that the media ecology approach is a valuable framework for making sense of...

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Research report

22 Jan 2014

This report samples and analyses public perception and media representation of the National Broadband Network during the early stages of its discussion, installation, and adoption.

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The success of the National Broadband Network (NBN) in fulfilling...

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Research report

30 Jul 2013

The team of Melbourne University researchers examined licencing policies, terms of use agreements and copyright law, and interviewed a range of people, including funeral directors, religious workers, internet content and service providers, as well as estate planning lawyers.

The project...

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Research report

01 Mar 2013

New research from the University of Melbourne and Swinburne University has found that 82% of households in the NBN first release site of Brunswick, Victoria, think the NBN is a good idea.

 

The study, Broadbanding Brunswick: High-speed Broadband and Household Media Ecologies,...

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Research report

16 Dec 2011

The Political Issues Analysis System (PIAS) project sought to investigate how citizens in Melbourne, Australia used the Internet to seek political information about key political issues. It also sought to understand how citizens contacted their elected representative about these issues. Through...

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Audio program

10 Jul 2009

Drs Mike Arnold and Martin Gibbs discuss the impact on families of the seemingly unstoppable wave of digital and virtual communications technologies.

Dr Michael Arnold - History and Philosophy of Science, School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry.

Dr Martin...

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