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Anne Dunn Scholar Award is now open for applications

Anne Dunn Scholar Award ($3,000), jointly sponsored by The Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA), is now open for applications. Applications are due by July 31, 2024, to penny.odonnell@sydney.edu.au.   Full details and guidelines can be found at the below link:   Anne Dunn Scholar Award

AANZCA 2024 Conference page live now!

We’re pleased to announce the launch of the 2024 AANZCA conference. Hosted by RMIT University, Melbourne, the conference will run from Monday 25 – Wednesday 27 November with the HDR/ECR event running on Thursday 28 November. The conference theme is ‘Pause’ and invites attendees to consider the benefits of pausing during moments of global crisis … Continued

President’s welcome to 2024

As we arrive at the end of April, I’d like to extend a warm welcome to all our members for 2024 (April already?!?!). We find ourselves in a time of technological challenges that have attracted a variety of regulatory responses – some socially and culturally appropriate, others not so much. Globally, we observe a world … Continued

AANZCA Conference 2023 – Website live

The website for the AANZCA Conference 2023 is now live.  https://www.anzca2023.com/ For any queries about the conference, please contact anzca2023conference@vuw.ac.nz  

A conversation with AANZCA President Dr. Jonathon Hutchinson

AANZCA President Dr. Jonathon Hutchinson joined Dr. Caryn Coatney to present his research on Digital Intermediation. They also talked about how AANZCA and its annual conference have been integral to his research work and academic development. See the video below:     cheap breitling colt ocean replica women & mens watches online. best 1:1 cloned https://fumesvape.com … Continued

Call for papers: Special Issue, Communication Research and Practice ‘Communicating through Chaos: Emerging Research’

Abstracts due: 30 June 2023 The ANZCA 2022 conference showcased new directions for research focusing on fundamental changes occurring across the broad sectors of communication, journalism, digital health, and digital media. This includes burgeoning research and methodological frameworks in public and health communication, civic participation, and community-building. The apparent deepening of digital divides and the prevalence … Continued

Call for Papers! – AANZCA Conference 2023

Ka mua, ka muri: Bridging communication pasts and futures Te Herenga Waka | Victoria University of Wellington – 21-24 November 2023 –  The Māori whakataukī (proverb) “Ka mua, ka muri” centres a Māori perspective on time where the past is in front of us and can be observed and interpreted as we walk back into … Continued

Update: AANZCA Conference 2023

The location and dates for the ANZCA Conference 2023 have been confirmed: Location: Wellington, New Zealand. Dates: 21 – 24 November 2023. More details will be shared in the following months.

AANZCA 2022 Conference: Henry Mayer Lecture Announced!

Dear members, We are delighted to announce the Henry Mayer Lecturer for the ANZCA 2022 conference (22-25 November 2022, University of Wollongong):  Jason Om Television Reporter, Presenter, and Author Jason Om is an award-winning television reporter and presenter with the ABC’s 7.30 program, and author of his memoir All Mixed Up. In 2021, Jason won the Media Diversity … Continued

AANZCA 2022 Conference: Registrations now open!

Dear members, Registrations are now open for the 2022 ANZCA Conference:  ‘Communicating through Chaos: Connection, Disruption, Community’ University of Wollongong, Australia (November 22 – 25, 2022) Convened by School of The Arts, English and Media, Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, and Centre for Digital Transformation, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences. Click here to visit … Continued

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