ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2017

Index of principal authors

ISSN: 1448-4331
Editor: Dr Fiona Martin
Refereeing Statement: All articles published in these proceedings have been double-blind peer reviewed by a minimum of two referees.
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Publication authors and titles
Allmark, Panizza, Talhy Stotzer and Kylie Stevenson: Having a voice and being heard: Children’s communication through photovoice
Annabell, Taylor and Angelique Nairn: Flagging diversity: The discursive construction of cultural diversity by the Flag Consideration Panel
Bridges, Scott and Glen Fuller: Foreign study tours for student journalists: Cross-cultural learning and education
Coatney, Caryn: ‘Masters of the gags’: Cartoonist visions of war and peace, 1941-1945
Donkin, Ashley: Auto-netnography: First encounters as a netnographer in Minecraft
Duong, Mai: The beginning of online social movements in Vietnam
Fray, Peter, Philip Pond, and J. Fiona Peterson: Digital work practices: matching learning outcomes to future employment
Fulton, Janet, Paul ScottMelanie James and Judith Sandner: A WIL and a way: Integrating authentic learning experiences to develop work-ready communication students
Green, Lelia and Donell Holloway: Discursive constructions of the internet of toys
Harindranath, Ramaswami: Peripheral voices, marginal lives: representation, subalternity, and proximate suffering
Henkel, Cathy, Andrea Michell and Lelia Green: The disrupted screen production sector reveals patterns of consistency
Holland, Travis and Henry Denyer-Simmons: Embodied dwelling: the ontology of objects in Pokémon GO
Holloway, Donell: The panopticon kitchen: The materiality of parental surveillance in the family home
Jaunzems, Kelly, Lelia Green, David Leith and Christine Teague: Ethnographic insights into safety communication for frontline workers
Kurian, Jayan, Jerry Watkins and Kerry McCallum: User-generated content on the Facebook pages of emergency management organisations: Perspectives of emergency management administrators
Macnamara, Jim: Falling on deaf ears: The lack of listening that denies access and makes voice valueless
McIntyre, Phillip, Mark Balnaves, Susan Kerrigan, Evelyn King and Claire Williams: Creative Industries Entrepreneurship: Introducing Novelty and Value within Emergent Systems in the Hunter Valley, NSW
Meany, Michael: Creativity and curriculum design: An integrated model
Mitchell, Marilyn: Representations of Generational Effects of Domestic Abuse in the Film Hidden Diary
Rodan, Debbie, Jane Mummery and Cathy Henkel: The charity model is broken: Crowdfunding as a way to democratize, diversify and grow funding for social change?
Sandham, Sonya and Glen Fuller: Beyond the ‘usual suspects’: #ROCUR social media accounts and voice, controversy and trolling
Schoenmaker, Sharon: Voice in online social relations
Stevenson, Kylie and Lelia, Green: Voicing a new life narrative: communicating the dynamics of change in a welfare–dependent family
Thill, Cate and Tanja Dreher: Disability, listening and media justice
Watkins, Jerry:  Government vs. NGO influence within online health communication
Würsch, Lucia, Jill Fenton Taylor and Peter Simmons: ‘Open not Blank’: preliminary fieldwork for exploration of the influence of Transactional Analysis on internal communication in organisations