Centre for Communication, Politics and Culture
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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Mongolian Lens 1
Mongolia’s rapid social change captured through the lenses of its first generation of indigenous documentary photographers.
Sightlines: Filmmaking in the Academy
Sightlines is a two-day event that will focus on the developing field of filmmaking as a form of academic research.
Indian stories, Australian screen: film festival and conference
Hosted by the Centre for Communication, Politics and Culture the 2016 International Conference on Indian cinema making in Australia and a festival of Indian films will be held at RMIT University.