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Annabel Crabb looks at the changing media landscape from her perspective as an online journalist and political correspondent.
Media companies are desperately looking for new and viable ways to distribute their content - via the internet, the iPad, and a host of mobile devices....
There has long been discussion of the 'theory-practice divide' in education. On one level this is a simplistic analysis of a complex problem. Universities do not just 'do' theory and schools are not just in the business of 'practice'. So much valuable educational research...
Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick argues that a “critical mass” of women in senior positions is needed to achieve equality in the workforce and that quotas and targets must be considered.
Speaking at the National Conference on Women and Industrial Relations in Darwin, Ms...
In this speech the Chairman of Australian Communications and Media Authority announced a public inquiry into customer service in the telecommunications industry.
Chris Chapman spoke of how poor customer service is damaging the reputation of the industry. He told the meeting of Australia’s telecommunications...
Papers, videos and other prestentations are now available from the second Arts Activated National Conference helf on 25 - 26 March 2010 in Sydney.
The second Arts Activated National Conference bought together leading thinkers, artists, advocates, practitioners and producers from across Australia and overseas,...
This paper frames MySchool as an accountability strategy in the context of the purposes of education.
The presenters reason for doing this is because the debate about MySchool has largely been conducted in the absence of an articulated set of reference points – that...
The right of consumers to fair, affordable and accessible communications is a key issue around the world. Despite great advances in communications, many Australian consumers do not enjoy access to the essential services required to participation in society.
This working paper has...
Australia prides itself on being a multicultural society. We are mostly a society of immigrant families. With this in mind The Scanlon Foundation commissioned a report Mapping Social Cohesion 2009 .
This was the second public Scanlon survey exploring attitudes to immigration;...
This paper raises the question of whether comparative national models of communications research can be developed
, along the lines of Hallin and Mancini’s (2004) analysis of comparative media policy, or the work of Perraton and Clift (2004) on comparative national capitalisms....
In this paper presented at the Internet at 40 conference Axel Bruns outlines four key principles of produsage‐based content creation models.