Making a Difference: Refereed Proceedings

Peter Adams, Charles Sturt University
default  Is broadband really an innovation – or just the Internet faster? (205.91 kB)

Kate Ames, School of Contemporary Communication, Central Queensland Uni
default  Fandom, Triple J and the Unearthed Competition: A Regional Perspective (31.61 kB)

Chika Anyanwu, Discipline of Media, School of Humanities, University of Adelaide
default  Seniors Connectivity: A Nation digitally Divided (40.64 kB)

Mark Balnaves, School of Communications and Multimedia, Edith Cowan University
Don Scott, School of Communications and Multimedia, Edith Cowan University
default  Smart Communities: using new media to assist children at risk (25.4 kB)

Mark Balnaves, School of Communications and Multimedia, Edith Cowan Universty
Duane Varan, Interactive Television Research Institute, Murdoch Uuniversity
default  Digital Television (DTV): an overview of developments in Australia, US and the UK (28.4 kB)

Jennifer Bartlett, Lecturer, School of AMPR, QUT
default  Making a difference after all – the relationship between media and strategic public relations (28.46 kB)

Nittaya Campbell, Department of Management Communication, Waikato University
Hong Xu
default   Home(stay) is where the heart(ache) is: A case study of Chinese international students living with (60.63 kB)

Chris Chesher, Media and Communications, University of New South Wales
default   Hyperlink as Invocationary Act (29.41 kB)

Elizabeth Christopher, DEFS, Macquarie University
default  High- and low-context cultures: Communication problems for Thai and Norwegian graduate students at M (41.2 kB)

Jonathan Cullum
default  From Kyoto to Johannesburg: Reporting Climate Change in Mainstream Australian Newspapers, 1997-2002 (65.25 kB)

Rosa de Carvalho, Department of Public Communication - UTS
default   Reputation Management as Relationship Management (29.88 kB)

Alison Feldman, Department of Mass Communication, University of Southern Queensland
default  Making a difference after all – the relationship between media and strategic public relations (28.46 kB)

Jennifer Frahm, School of Management, QUT
Kerry Brown, School of Management, QUT
default  A processual perspective of communication during change in a public sector utility company: integratating monologic and dialogic communication (79.42 kB)

Romy Froehllich, University Munich, Germany -- Institute for Communication Re
default  Obstacles for Women's Future and Career in Public Relations: Feminine and Feminist Values as a 'Friendliness Trap'? (33.68 kB)

Chris Galloway, University of Southern Queensland
default  Public Relations War (64.24 kB)

Liz Gould, Macquarie University
default   Talk, telephone and the radio: the introduction of 'talk-back' radio in Australia (32.29 kB)

Kerry Green, Wendy Bilboe, Jolyon Sykes, University of Canberra
default  COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN: When the crisis managers meet the news media (112.93 kB)

Folker Hanusch, School of Journalism and Communication, University of Queenslad
default  Researching death in international news - A critique (25.95 kB)

Maria Hopwood, Teesside Business School, University of Teesside
default  Public Relations Practice in English County Cricket (46.63 kB)

Emily Hudson, Law School, University of Melbourne
Andrew T. Kenyon, Centre for Media and Communications Law, University of Melbourne
default  Copyright, Digitisation and Cultural Institutions (10.38 kB)

Umi Khattab, Media and Communications Program, University of Melbourne, Victoria
default  An Un-Asian Approach: Contesting Values and Re-Constructing Identity – How Public Campaigns Fail Mal aysia (32.99 kB)

Koenraad Kuiper, Department of Linguisitics, University of Canterbury
Alison Kuiper, Environment, Society and Design division, Lincoln University
default   Linguistic Frameworks and Toolboxes in Business Communication Research (38.45 kB)

Anne Lane, School of Arts, Griffith University
default   Chalk(inter)face: the role of public relations in the dialogue between schools and publics in south east Queensland (42.72 kB)

Tim O. Leberecht, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
From Media- to Super-democracy -- A Future Vision of Political Communication in the Attention Economy

Tim O. Leberecht, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
Navneet K. Gill, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
Communicative Challenges to Destabilize Global Terrorist Networks -- A Co-evolutionary Perspective

Libby Lester, School of English, Journalism and European Languages, Univer
default  Wilderness and the loaded language of news (37.15 kB)

Justine Lloyd, University of Technology, Sydney
default  Gendering radio research: the circuit of everyday audio (36.82 kB)

I-Mei Low, Department of Applied Communication, RMIT University
Dr Neville Meyers, Department of IT, QUT University
Mobile Use In The Everyday Lives of Young Professionals: An Exploratory Analysis

Stephen Mackey, Faculty of Arts, Deakin University
default  Public Relations and Ontology: Rhetorical approaches in post-modern times (92.78 kB)

Dr Brigid Magner, Communications, Monash University
default   Happy Families or Strained Relations?: Trans-Tasman Responses to Terrorism (26.4 kB)

Donald Matheson, School of Politicla Science and Communication, University of
default  Negotiating Claims to Journalism: Webloggers' Orientation to News Genres (58.43 kB)

Colleen Mills, Management Department, University of Canterbury
default   The subjectivities of change: Key factors in making sense of formal change communication (127.6 kB)

Marilyn Mitchell, Department of Communication, School of Humanities &
default  The Visual Representation of Time in Timelines, Graphs, and Charts (412.52 kB)

Louise North, Gender Studies, University of Tasmania
default  Naked Women, Feminism and Newsroom Culture (37.25 kB)

Tom O'Regan, School of English, Media Studies and Art History University
Mark Ryan, Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology
default  From Multimedia to Digital Content and Applications: Transitions in Governmental Policy towards the (60.79 kB)

Amisha Patel, School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, Queen
James Everett, School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, Queensland University of Technology
default  Making a difference in principal-agent relationships: The role of mass media as producer of trust (37.47 kB)

David Paul, School of Management; University of Technology, Sydney
Elizabeth More, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Canberra
default   The Crucial Contribution of Communication in Managing Large Scale Organisational Change (35.52 kB)

Gail Phillips, Media Communication; Culture, Murdoch University
Des Guilfoyle, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
default  Birth of a station (43.1 kB)

Aaron Quinn
Edward Spence
default   Manipulation In Photojournalism: Is it Ethical? Is it Corrupt? (42.33 kB)

Hilary Radner, University of Otago
default   Un-making difference:constructing a global feminine and the woman’s magazine (22.15 kB)

Rhian Richards, School of AppliedCommunication, RMIT, Melbourne
default  An Analysis of the Representation of the Third World in British Charity Advertisements (64.35 kB)

Jack Seddon, School of Communications and Media, Edith Cowan University,
Donell Holloway , ECU, WA
Lelia Green , ECU, WA
Michele Elliott, ECU, WA
default   Capturing Research Participants Online: bouncing off the net (33.62 kB)

Nick Sharman, Department of Media and Communications University of Melbourne
default  From identification to confrontation: A rhetorical analysis of Martin Luther King, Jr's 'A time to Break Silence' speech (34.33 kB)

Richard Stanton, Media and communication, University of Sydney
default  Leon Mayhew and the Sociological Impact of Political Communication in Regional Australia (55.31 kB)

Ursula Stroh, Department of Media, Arts, Communication and Information, UTS
default  Corporate Communication Strategy: Getting away from the structured and planned approach to an emergent postmodern approach (43.28 kB)

Catherine Wallace, Dept of Communication and Journalism, Massey University
David Mundell, Dept of Communication and Journalism, Massey University
default  Innovative Practices of High Tech Start-up Companies (47.4 kB)

David Waller, School of Marketing, University of Technology Sydney
default  What Factors make Controversial Advertising Offensive? (39.78 kB)

Lucas Walsh, School of Communications and Multimedia, Edith Cowan University
Mark Balnaves, School of Communications and Multimedia, Edith Cowan University
default  What is E-Democracy? An Introduction (92.56 kB)

Associate Prof Tom Watson, School of Communication, Charles Sturt University
Peter Simmons, School of Communication, Charles Sturt University
default  Public Relations Evaluation – Survey of Australian practitioners (44.52 kB)

Jocelyn Williams, School of Communication, UNITEC Institute of Technology, Auc
Frank Sligo, PhD , Head, Department of Communication and Journalism, Massey University, New Zealand
Catherine Wallace, Department of Communication and Journalism, Massey University, New Zealand
default  What a difference IT makes? The Internet in everyday life for new user families (54.45 kB)

Robina Xavier, School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, Queen
Amisha Patel , School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, Queensland University of Technology
Kim Johnston, School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, Queensland University of Technology
default  Are we really making a difference? The gap between outcomes and evaluation research in public relations campaings (47.18 kB)