Media International Australia

Media International Australia is published quarterly. It aims to be inclusive and interdisciplinary and publishes commentary, debate and reviews, as well as scholarly and applied research on the media, communications and cultural industries, and the policy regimes in which they operate.

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Communication Research and Practice

Communication Research and Practice aims to publish research that contributes to international scholarship and practice in the broadly defined field of communication.

The journal aims to be broadly inclusive and interdisciplinary, with a particular interest in such fields as: digital media and internet studies; organisational and interpersonal communication; journalism, public relations and advertising; intercultural communication; international communication; and political communication.

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Conference Papers

Auckland, NZ

ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2018 Index of principal authors

Welcome to the proceedings of the 2017 conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, held at the University of Sydney. The conference invited reflections on the worlds of communication we inhabit, create and reshape – from ancient, modern and future communication worlds through to colonial and postcolonial worlds, activist and start-up worlds, ecologies, ecosystems and environments
Sydney, NSW

ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2017 Index of principal authors

Welcome to the proceedings of the 2017 conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, held at the University of Sydney. The conference invited reflections on the worlds of communication we inhabit, create and reshape – from ancient, modern and future communication worlds through to colonial and postcolonial worlds, activist and start-up worlds, ecologies, ecosystems and environments.
Newcastle, AU

ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2016 Index of principal authors

Welcome to the proceedings of the 2016 conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association. Communicators world-wide are currently experiencing a global change that is as radical as the industrial revolution was. While we may not be able to properly see what it means clearly or have the distance as yet to give us a deep understanding of these shifts

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