Power and Place: ANZCA Refereed Papers

These refereed papers are listed alphabetically by the first name of the first author. That way you can easily cross-reference with your conference programme and handbook, which also list authors in this manner, when you are looking for a particular paper.

Our particular gratitude goes to the stream coordinators who recruited and managed expert referees for these papers. Thank you to: Donald Matheson, Scott Rickard, Clare Lloyd, Gerard Goggin, Slavka Antonova, Alison Henderson, Margaret Montgomerie, Karen Ross, Mary Power, Margie Comrie, Christopher Newell, Sean Phelan, Grant Hannis, Franco Vaccarino, Debashish Munshi, Mary Simpson, Patricia Thomas, Fiona Cassidy, Colleen Mills, Shirley Barnett, Annemarie Gillies, Ian Goodwin and Rebecca Bishop.


Ann Penhallurick. Not sporting: Australian identity, the power of the average, and the fear of the (disabled) Other
default  Not sporting: Australian identity, the power of the average, and the fear of the (disabled) Other wi (67.09 kB)


Anna Hickey-Moody & Denise Wood. Imagining otherwise: Deleuze, disability & Second Life
default  Imagining otherwise: Deleuze, disability & Second Life (73.34 kB)


Anna Potter. Devils, angels and pester power: Why children need to be protected from television, and why parents need to be protected from children
default  Devils, angels and pester power: Why children need to be protected from television, and why parents (52.56 kB)


Aparna Hebbani. Managing cross-cultural encounters: Presenting a rationale for studying Australian-Indian business communication
default  Managing cross-cultural encounters: Presenting a rationale for studying Australian-Indian business c (76.33 kB)


Bahiyah Omar. Reading the news online: Effects of medium on knowledge acquisition
default  Reading the news online: Effects of medium on knowledge acquisition (62.93 kB)


Chika Anyanwu. Empowerment through creativity in South Australia
default  Reading the news online: Effects of medium on knowledge acquisition (62.93 kB)


Christopher Baldwin. The ref cost us the game: The role of sports commentators and journalists in creating stresses on sports referees
default  The ref cost us the game: The role of sports commentators and journalists in creating stresses on sp (93.91 kB)


Djavlonbek Kadirov and Richard Varey. Exploring Luhmann’s social systems perspective: Communication and exchange as the struggle for marketplace meanings
default  Exploring Luhmann’s social systems perspective: Communication and exchange as the struggle for marke (55.95 kB)


Donald Preston. Off the map: An exploration of emotive cartography
default  Off the map: An exploration of emotive cartography (49.63 kB)


Doug Ashwell. Who defined the GM debate? News source use in New Zealand GM newspaper coverage January 1998 - February 2002
default  Who defined the GM debate? News source use in New Zealand GM newspaper coverage (64.42 kB)


Dugald Williamson. Documentary law stories
default  Documentary law stories (58.45 kB)


Elspeth Tilley & James Hollings. Still stuck in ‘a love-hate relationship’: Understanding journalists’ enduring and impassioned duality towards public relations
default  Still stuck in ‘a love-hate relationship’: Understanding journalists’ enduring and impassioned duali (90.07 kB)


Elspeth Tilley. Seeking the sweet spot: Observations from a workplace praxis intervention programme on public relations and professional communication ethics
default  Seeking the sweet spot: Observations from a workplace praxis intervention programme on public relati (257.31 kB)


Euan Robertson. Newspapers’ portrayal of masculinity in 1914/1915: How did newspapers contribute to the strengthening of masculine frameworks at the time of the Great War?
default  Newspapers’ portrayal of masculinity in 1914/1915: How did newspapers contribute to the strengthenin (148.81 kB)


Grant Hannis. Reporting on diversity in New Zealand: The case of "Asian Angst"
default  Reporting on diversity in New Zealand: The case of 'Asian Angst' (152.46 kB)


Gregoria Arum Yudarwati. Public relations functions in the Indonesian mining industry in the post-Suharto era
default  Public relations functions in the Indonesian mining industry in the post-Suharto era (63.1 kB)


Heather Kavan. Falun Gong in the media: What can we believe?
default  Falun Gong in the media: What can we believe? (76.6 kB)


Ian Woodcock & Jan Smitheram. No contest: Reciprocities of power and place in a multicultural street
default  No contest: Reciprocities of power and place in a multicultural street (58.66 kB)


Jai Kim & Caroline Hatcher. Regulatory roles of the use of the balanced scorecard in shaping corporate identities
default  Regulatory roles of the use of the balanced scorecard in shaping corporate identities (70.24 kB)


Jan Smitheram. A performative account of power and place
default  A performative account of power and place (55.95 kB)


Jason Noble. The power of mobile texting and the connecting of place in creating a cultural scene
default  The power of mobile texting and the connecting of place in creating a cultural scene (45.89 kB)


Jenny Weight. Phones and trains: How to subvert industrial time
default  Phones and trains: How to subvert industrial time (91.24 kB)


Jill Lawrence and Michael Sankey. Communities of practice: A sphere of influence enhancing teaching and learning in higher education
default  Communities of practice: A sphere of influence enhancing teaching and learning in higher education (55.54 kB)


Jim Macnamara. E-Electioneering: Use of new media in the 2007 Australian federal election
default  E-Electioneering: Use of new media in the 2007 Australian federal election (627.7 kB)


Johannes Nikorowitsch & Frank Sligo. Music videos: How they are consumed by means of television and the Internet
default  Music videos: How they are consumed by means of television and the Internet (314.95 kB)


Josephine Ellis. Plagiarism: The ethical power and place of the teacher
default  Plagiarism: The ethical power and place of the teacher (105.85 kB)


Judith Holdershaw & Philip Gendall. Understanding and predicting human behaviour
default  Understanding and predicting human behaviour (55.89 kB)


Julian Lambertin. Mere projects or rebirth of a profession? An analysis of power and power structures in civic journalism
default  Mere projects or rebirth of a profession? An analysis of power and power structures in civic journal (76.55 kB)


Julie Dare. Like mother, like daughter: Intergenerational media use for kin-keeping and connection
default  Like mother, like daughter: Intergenerational media use for kin-keeping and connection (75.99 kB)


Kate A. Mirandilla, Joylene Chia, & Margaret Peters. Decision making in the crisis cycle: The need for research and better understanding
default  Decision making in the crisis cycle: The need for research and better understanding (91.37 kB)


Kathy Waghorn. New places and architectural representation: muf and Koolhaas meet in The Generic City
default  New places and architectural representation: muf and Koolhaas meet in The Generic City (53.96 kB)


Kevin Kepore, Robert Goddard & Colin Higgins. The rhetoric and reality of Corporate Social Responsibility: A case study in the mining industry in Papua New Guinea
default  The rhetoric and reality of Corporate Social Responsibility: A case study in the mining industry in (463.34 kB)


Leanne Glenny. Perceptions of power in government communication
default  Perceptions of power in government communication (87.33 kB)


Linda Leung. Technology and power in immigration detention: Communicating fear in and about detained asylum seekers
default  Technology and power in immigration detention: Communicating fear in and about detained asylum seeke (50.81 kB)


Luke Strongman. Sylvan leaves in Arcadia: A critique of the digital humanities
default  Sylvan leaves in Arcadia: A critique of the digital humanities (62.3 kB)


Marc Edge. Bringing power to place: CanWest Global Communications versus foreign media ownership limits
default  Bringing power to place: CanWest Global Communications versus foreign media ownership limits (63.86 kB)


Margie Comrie. Helengrad and other epithets: Aspects of Helen Clark’s third term media coverage
default  Helengrad and other epithets: Aspects of Helen Clark’s third term media coverage (55.98 kB)


Marianne Sison. Rethinking power and influence in public relations: A case of reluctant leadership?
default  Rethinking power and influence in public relations: A case of reluctant leadership? (67.86 kB)


Marilyn Mitchell. Conducting ethnographic research on language-like visual communication
default  Conducting ethnographic research on language-like visual communication (82.21 kB)


Mark Balnaves & Tom O’Regan. Constructing an Audience Ratings Convention
default  Constructing an Audience Ratings Convention (58.04 kB)


Mark Sheehan. Implementing elements of Schon's reflective practitioner in an undergraduate public relations program
default  Implementing elements of Schon's reflective practitioner in an undergraduate public relations progra (58.09 kB)
default  Sheehan Appendix1 (35.17 kB)


Maureen Syn & Mike Brennan. The power of the programme: TV programme involvement and ad viewing behaviour
default  The power of the programme: TV programme involvement and ad viewing behaviour (59.26 kB)


Melanie James. The reading journal blog assessment task: Public relations students’ perceptions
default  The reading journal blog assessment task: Public relations students’ perceptions (79.89 kB)


Meredith Marra, Bernadette Vine & Janet Holmes. Heroes, fathers and good mates: Leadership styles of men at work
Mia Stephens. How is a truck assembly line like a green roof?
default  Heroes, fathers and good mates: Leadership styles of men at work (160.52 kB)


Michael Barker. Social engineering, progressive media, and William Benton
default  Social engineering, progressive media, and William Benton (59.25 kB)


Michael Barker. The Soros media ‘empire’: The power of philanthropy to engineer consent
default  The Soros media ‘empire’: The power of philanthropy to engineer consent (84.32 kB)


Michael Galvin. Power and place, nodes and networks: Reflections on the status of postcolonial Malacca
default  Power and place, nodes and networks: Reflections on the status of postcolonial Malacca (80.12 kB)


Mingjing Chen & Denis Cryle. Beijing in preparation for the 2008 Olympics: A study of newspaper content and themes in the People's Daily
default  Beijing in preparation for the 2008 Olympics: A study of newspaper content and themes in the People' (79.02 kB)


Mingsheng Li. Keeping them safe: A review of Chinese students’ safety issues in New Zealand
default  Keeping them safe: A review of Chinese students’ safety issues in New Zealand (107.87 kB)


Nahid Kabir & Lelia Green. What the British papers said on the second anniversary of the London bombing
default  What the British papers said on the second anniversary of the London bombing (84.25 kB)


Nicholas Carah. "Fake or real!!?? Have your say!!!": Negotiating authenticity on Australian Idol
default  Fake or real!!?? Have your say!!!: Negotiating authenticity on Australian Idol (61.95 kB)


Peter Collingwood. The re-structuring of Australian radio, 1975-2000: Public sphere infrastructure in two capital cities
default  The re-structuring of Australian radio, 1975-2000: Public sphere infrastructure in two capital citie (79.41 kB)


Qiu Hongfeng & Anne Dunn. Policy agenda-setting of the public on local government in the new media era and Chinese context: A case study
default  Policy agenda-setting of the public on local government in the new media era and Chinese context: A (126.55 kB)


Ralph Bathurst & Naseem Rahman. ICT platform change and its impact on organisational communication
default  ICT platform change and its impact on organisational communication (57.01 kB)


Rowan Wilken & John Sinclair. Contests of Power and Place: Advertising and the ‘Complicated Mobile Phone Ecosystem’
default  Contests of Power and Place: Advertising and the ‘Complicated Mobile Phone Ecosystem’ (68.78 kB)


Sally Athanassiou, Aparna Hebbani, Alexander Sawtell, Edwin J. Keffor, & Samuel Stacey. An exploratory study of sexual imagery in Australian magazine advertising
default  An exploratory study of sexual imagery in Australian magazine advertising (248.02 kB)


Sally Hollis-McLeod. Powertools: The best way to get into those hard-to-reach visuals
default  The best way to get into those hard-to-reach visuals (431.62 kB)


Shujie Guo, Cheryl Cockburn-Wootten & Mary Simpson. The socialisation processes of ‘Asian-bringing employees’ in the New Zealand banking industry
default  The socialisation processes of ‘Asian-bringing employees’ in the New Zealand banking industry (186.86 kB)


Slavka Antonova. Conceptualising power in multistakeholder collaboration: The Internet Global Governance case
default  Conceptualising power in multistakeholder collaboration: The Internet Global Governance case (78.32 kB)


Stan Jones. Wim Wenders’ Use of Space in The Million Dollar Hotel
default  Wim Wenders’ Use of Space in The Million Dollar Hotel (79.05 kB)


Stuart Birks. The media and an informed electorate: An economist’s perspective
default  The media and an informed electorate: An economist’s perspective (64.02 kB)


Tanja Dreher. Media, multiculturalism and the politics of listening
default  Media, multiculturalism and the politics of listening (54.78 kB)


Tshilidzi Netshitangani. Gender differences in communication styles: The impact on the managerial work of a woman school principal
default  Gender differences in communication styles: The impact on the managerial work of a woman school prin (69.46 kB)


Warwick Blood, Andrew Dare, Kerry McCallum, Kate Holland, & Jane Pirkis. Enduring and competing news frames: Australian newspaper coverage of the deaths by suicides of two Melbourne girls.
default  Enduring and competing news frames: Australian newspaper coverage of the deaths by suicides of two M (78.96 kB)


Wu Mei & Lin Hai Yun. Perpetual contact for business: Mobile phones and Fujian entrepreneurs
default  Perpetual contact for business: Mobile phones and Fujian entrepreneurs (106.87 kB)


Yi Yang, Mingsheng Li & Frank Sligo. Chinese international students’ satisfaction levels with their learning experiences in New Zealand
default  Chinese international students’ satisfaction levels with their learning experiences in New Zealand (325.78 kB)


Zorana Kostic. The relationship between the Japanese State and the public broadcaster NHK
default  The relationship between the Japanese State and the public broadcaster NHK (64.07 kB)