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A bridge over grey waters: collecting and preserving public policy research

This article looks at the role of Australian Policy Online (APO) as a collection of ‘grey’ public policy research and considers how this fits within the broader context of open access publishing and policy development.
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De-tooling technology: networked computing as an environment, purpose and medium for social action

This paper attempts to sketch the basis for a way of thinking about the role of networked computing technologies such as the Internet for people who are involved in promoting, carrying out or supporting social action to address inequalities and disadvantage in the contemporary world.
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Community media and ethical choice

The internet provides a means for non-professional media-makers to produce and publish their own video and audio content, as community television and radio have done for several decades. This paper draws on participant contributions at the symposium to explore the relationship between broadcast and online...
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Community media in the prosumer era

How is media convergence impacting on established, ‘broadcast-era’ community media? This paper takes SYN (a community radio licensee in Melbourne) as a case study and employs media ethnography and policy analysis to identify contemporary challenges facing community media.
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A comparison of new British community radio stations with established Australian community radio stations

This paper examines a sample of new UK community radio stations and compares these with a sample of established Australian stations.
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