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Information and communication technologies revolutionise not only the speed at which information can be transmitted, but also how information is conveyed and received.
Technological innovations have a profound effect on the types of skills that are demanded in today’s labour markets and the types...
Market structure and technological innovation theory think that there are close relationship between market structure and technological innovation.
Despite rugby league’s popularity on the eastern seaboard of Australia and in the north of England, Papua New Guinea is the only country where league is considered the national sport.
The Ecocents Living project is the result of collaboration between the Department for Families & Communities, Hindmarsh and the University of South Australia. The purpose of the research program was to identify a suite of built forms for housing that are both affordable and sustainable....
Annual report of the Commonwealth of Australia communications and broadcasting regulatory authority: the Australian Communications and Media Authority
Mobile learning is not pervasive in higher education and yet its potential is enormous. This paper describes a project to instigate mobile learning using technological literacy and professional learning among academic staff.
Mobile learning is not pervasive in higher education and yet its potential...
This discussion paper reviews the research on mothering and fathering in the context of domestic violence. It finds that women are often held responsible for the effects of their partner’s domestic violence on their children, while the behaviour of the violent man as a father...
Despite the hype surrounding the mobilisation of the creative arts as a vehicle for social and physical regeneration, there are few systematic assessments of the success or otherwise of this agenda. This paper will present a framework for assessing the social, economic and...
The economic contribution of arts and cultural activity is often presented by arts sector managers as an important reason for why the government should provide support and subsidies for the conduct of arts activities. This paper provides a review of how such contributions are assessed,...
Culture should no longer be thought of as a set of binary oppositions between elite/popular, refined/debased, individual/mass, high/low. Instead, we need to conceive of culture in three highly interrelated spheres: publicly funded, commercial, and home-made, each with its own definition, gatekeepers and critical discourse....