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Research students associated with the Centre and the titles of their Research Projects are listed below:
'Journalist or novelist: how do readers receive works of literary journalism and what impact does that have on the genre's claims to truth telling and inclusion in the genre of nonfiction'. Primary supervisor Matthew Ricketson.
'mHealth adoption for the self-management of type 2 diabetes'. Primary supervisor Sora Park.
'Drug forum users and Australian drug policy: the enabling environment of the Australian Drug Discussion Archive'. Primary supervisor Deborah Lupton.
Jee Young Lee
'A user-centric digital inclusion framework for a digitalised society: Linking Australia's digital divide policy and digital exclusion experiences'. Primary supervisor Sora Park.
'An examination of the role of effective knowledge practises underpinning technological innovation'. Primary supervisor Sally Burford.
'Submarine diplomacy: Australian defence policy, political rhetoric and narratives of international relations'. Primary supervisor Kerry McCallum.
Catherine Page Jeffrey
'Technologies of Parenting: Children, Mediated Families and Digital Culture'. Primary supervisor Glen Fuller
'Enhancing Patient-centred Cancer Communication during cancer treatment '. Primary supervisor Kate Holland.
'Positioning Canberra: discourses of work and play in attracting residents to political capital cities'. Primary supervisor Deborah Lupton.
'And where she goes: An analysis of leadership models for Indigenous Women in Australia'. Primary supervisor Kerry McCallum.
'The role of Thai Traditional Medicine (TTM) in Thailand'. Primary supervisor Jerry Watkins.
'Understanding records management in a digital Australian government'. Primary supervisor Sally Burford.
'A social journalism project about the medical incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the 20th Century, with a focus on the lock hospital histories of WA'. Primary supervisor Matthew Ricketson.
'Mobile Internet and Democratic Governance in Nigeria'. Primary supervisor Jerry Watkins.
Recent PhD Completions
Michelle Dunne Breen: 'Discursive Depletion: the Fourth Estate and Aboriginal opposition to the Northern Territory Emergency Response 2007' (Graduated April 2015). Primary supervisor Kerry McCallum.
James Mahoney: 'Strategic horizons: a paradigm for strategic communication planning and management in organisational contexts' (Graduated April 2015). Primary supervisor Kerry McCallum.
David Marshall: 'Political discourse in a media saturated environment: the Howard Government's approach to communicating with the Australian electorate' (Graduated April 2015). Primary supervisor Kerry McCallum.
Lisa Waller: 'The dynamic interplay of news media and bilingual education policy in Australia's Northern Territory 1988-2008' (Graduated September 2013). Primary supervisor Kerry McCallum.
Katrina Clifford: 'The Thin Blue Line of Mental Health: Mediated Representations of Police Use of Force in Mental Health Crisis Interventions'. (Graduated March 2013). Primary supervisor Warwick Blood.