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Media reporting on a series of violent incidents in Melbourne raises a difficult question: in what circumstances is it ethically justifiable to include information about a perpetrator’s ethnicity or religion?
Respondents to a survey of 1,054 Australian journalists between September and December 2015 believe discrimination remains rife in the industry.
The public perception of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds is often associated with crime or offending behaviour. Unbalanced media stories sometimes reinforce these stereotypes.
This paper aims to gain a more accurate picture of migrant and refugee youth...
Peter Andren MP, the Independent member for Calare, considers the impact of the recent changes to media law on media diversity in rural areas. The laws, which will allow a single owner to control both television and newspapers in a particular market, will see, he...
The Australian Communications and Media Authority's recent Media Diversity Report details the ownership of the regulated media platforms in each commercial radio licence area and provides details about the new points regime. Ian McGill reports that, while the new media ownership regime permits foreign and...