Communication, Politics & Culture was published by Informit between 2001 and 2011, from Volume 34 to Volume 44.
From Volume 45 (2012) (available below) we began publishing as an online open access journal.
Note that in 2008 the journal changed from Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture, to its current title.
Issues for the period 2001-2011 are accessible via Informit’s Humanities and Social Sciences collection, to which many Australian and international libraries subscribe. Check your local libraries for details.
The editorial committee is considering options for making the archive available to a wider audience. In the meantime, a number of profile articles are available.
Editorial: China, change and collaborative research
Mary Griffiths, Ying Jiang, Michael Griffiths
Partner, prototype, or persuader? China's renewed media engagement with Ghana
Iginio Gagliardone, Nicole Stremlau and Daniel Nkrumah
Crumbling Giant, Rising Dragon?: Chinese news media cartoon reflections on the Eurozone debt crisis
Jessica Bain, Natalia Chaban and Serena Kelly
Omnipresent Technologies—Omnipresent Democracies? Morozov’s critique of serious online activism
A review of Evgeny Morozov (2011) The Net Delusion: How Not to Liberate the World, by Russell Brennan
Relationship Delete: Young people, 'new' media and mediated disconnection
A review of Ilana Gershon (2010) The Breakup 2.0: Disconnecting over New Media, by Sarah Casey
Editorial: In transition
Editors’ introduction: Media, communication, and democracy: Global and national environments
Vaclav Stetka & Henrik Ornebring
Gruen Nation: Dissecting the show, not the business
Nicholas Carah, Sven Brodmerkel & Angie Knaggs
Populism online: Nationalist and globalist discourses of the Serbian Radical Party’s websites
Anita Samardzija & Shanthi Robertson
Local hooks and regional anchors: Media representations of the EU in the Pacific
Natalia Chaban, Serena Kelly & Jessica Bain
Slovenian election posters as a medium of political communication: An informative or persuasive campaign tool?
Tomaž Deželan & Alem Maksuti
Valuing ‘voice’: Rethinking the ends of political, economic and social life in neoliberal context
A review of Nick Couldry (2010) Why Voice Matters: Culture and Politics after Neoliberalism, by Akina Mikami
More than melting glaciers: Making climate change meaningful
A review of Julie Doyle (2011) Mediating Climate Change, by Alanna Myers