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The largest study ever undertaken in Australia to investigate and address public perceptions of drinking recycled water will be led by UNSW’s Journalism and Media Research Centre.
The research will form the basis of a national education and…Posted: 26th June 2012
ABC TV's 'Media Watch' presenter Jonathan Holmes interviews Associate Professor David McKnight on new his book, 'Rupert Murdoch: An Investigation Of Political Power'.Posted: 21st March 2012
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Australia’s wealthiest person, Gina Rinehart has bought shares in Fairfax Media. Should we be…Posted: 24th February 2012
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Social media is revolutionising disaster management and community building during emergencies, a study into social networking during last year’s Queensland floods has found.
Sites such as Twitter and Facebook were used by police and emergency…Posted: 11th January 2012
CLAIMS of a culture of sexism and lewd comments and jokes in the top-tier law firm Clayton Utz have surfaced following a decision by a young female lawyer to drop her suit for sexual harassment, victimisation and defamation.
Bridgette Styles was…Posted: 30th November 2011
Outstanding grant success in the latest round of government funding cements UNSW Arts and Social Sciences's position as a progressive leader in the arts, social sciences and humanities.
Arts and Social Sciences researchers have been awarded over $2.5…Posted: 9th November 2011
Some 76 per cent of Australian kids go online daily for an average time of 1.5 hours per day
Australian children are among the earliest and prolific users of the internet globally, according to a new study.
AU Kids Online — authored by…Posted: 3rd November 2011
Children in Australia are among the earliest in the world to learn how to use the internet, but three in ten of them have seen disturbing material or experienced cyber-bullying.
These findings come from a major new international study in online…Posted: 3rd November 2011
The Journalism and Media Research Centre has received around $300,000 in the the latest round of ARC Discovery Projects research funding. Congratulations to the following grant recipients:
- A/Prof David McKnight for Spinning out of control:… Posted: 1st November 2011