The Centre for Communication, Politics and Culture (CPC) critically examines the interplay of communication, politics and culture in contemporary global, national and local contexts.
The Centre incorporates a range of research themes, including political communication, journalism, cultural studies and social marketing, with many research projects centred on the Asia region and Australia’s relationship with it. CPC works closely with the Global Cities Research Institute.
Our researchers work on projects that focus on contemporary global issues.People
The Communication, Politics & Culture Journal is in its 51st year and has published many authors pre-eminent in the field of communication and media studies and cultural studies.Publications
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Towards effective RDB keyword search using semantics
Visiting from the National University of Singapore, Tok Wang Ling will discuss his latest research into refining keyword search over relational databases using semantics.
Questions of Space and Place in the Pacific
Featuring an all-star line up, this Global Frictions seminar will delve into the positives and negatives of urbanisation in the Pacific.
International perspectives on teachers' professional agency
Hear visiting researcher Dr Helma Oolbekkink-Marchand from Radboud University discuss emerging research into how teachers understand and negotiate their professional agency and autonomy.