Research Publications

Books

2019

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Netflix Nations
Ramon Lobato


2018

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Made in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand
Shelley Brunt

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Transnational Migrations in the Asia-Pacific
Catherine Gomes

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Corporate Social Responsibility, Public Relations and Community Engagement: Emerging Perspectives from South East Asia
Marianne Sison

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Siloed Diversity: Transnational Migration, Digital Media and Social Networks
Catherine Gomes

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Using Media for Social Innovation
Ellie Rennie

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Deleuze, Cinema and the Thought of the World
Allan Thomas

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American Australian Cinema
Adrian Danks


2017

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The Asking Game 
Rose Michael

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Green Asia
Tania Lewis

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The Art of Navigation
Rose Michael

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Quality Assurance in Asia-Pacific Universities
Catherine Gomes

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Creating with Mobile Media
Marsha Berry

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The Hollywood War Film
Daniel Binns

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Transient Mobility and Middle Class Identity
Catherine Gomes

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Deep Red
Alexia Kannas

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Communicating Development with Communities
Linje Manyozo

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Chatelaine
Bonny Cassidy


2016

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Behind glass doors: The world of Australian advertising agencies 1959-1989
Robert Crawford

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The Politics of Widening Participation and University Access for Young People
Anna Hickey-Moody

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Screen Ecologies: Art, media, and the environment in the Asia-Pacific region
Larissa Hjorth

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Media, culture and human violence: From savage lovers to violent complexity
Jeff Lewis

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Telemodernities: Television and transforming lives in Asia
Tania Lewis

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Digital ethnography: Principles and practices
John Postill

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Popular Music Scenes and Cultural Memory
Ian Rogers

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Internet on the outstation: The digital divide and remote Aboriginal communities
Ellie Rennie
Julian Thomas  

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The Asia-Pacific in the Age of Transnational Mobility
Catherine Gomes

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International Student Connectedness and Identity
Catherine Gomes

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Lifestyle Media in Asia
Tania Lewis 

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The Near and the Far
David Carlin

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Geoblocking and Global Video Culture
Ramon Lobato

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Contemporary Australian feminist poetry
Bonny Cassidy


2015

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Companion to Robert Altman
Adrian Danks

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The Abyssinian Contortionist
David Carlin

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Multiculturalism through the lens: A guide to ethnic and migrant anxieties
Catherine Gomes

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Health communication: a media and cultural studies approach
Jeff Lewis

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The Informal Media Economy
Ramon Lobato
Julian Thomas


2014

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Final Theory
Bonny Cassidy


The School of Media and Communication is also involved in journals that explore and celebrate modern society and culture.    

Rabbit Poetry Journal

Rabbit Poetry Journal is a quarterly journal for non-fiction poetry to explore and interrogate the boundaries of non-fiction writing.

Senses of Cinema

Senses of Cinema is an online journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema.

Communications, Politics and Culture Journal

Communication, Politics and Culture Journal was an interdisciplinary focusing on the connections between communication, cultural technologies and politics. Archives of this journal can be found here

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