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Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz (2011) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Bainbridge, Jason, Beasley, Carolyn, and Tynan, Liz (2011) The new media environment: digital and social media. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 353-377.

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Cokley, John, and Eeles, Sally (2003) The origin of a species: 'the distributed newsroom'. Australian Studies in Journalism, 12. pp. 240-261.

Cokley, John (2002) Editorial technology upgrades at Queensland Newspapers Pty. Ltd., 1985-2002. Australian Journalism Review, 24 (2). pp. 101-115.

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Forbes, Amy (2011) Evidence of learning in reflective practice: a case study of computer-assisted analysis of students' reflective blogs. In: Proceedings of the New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education Conference, pp. 11-14. From: NZACE 2011 New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education Conference, 18-19 April 2011, Napier,17274 New Zealand.

Forbes, Amy (2010) Reflecting, blogging and learning in journalism: are journalists born or made? In: Proceedings of the Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference 2010, pp. 156-164. From: Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference 2010, 27 September - 1 October 2010, Perth, WA, Australia.

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Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Elizabeth (2011) Ethics in communication. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Elizabeth, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 311-324.

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M'Balla-Ndi, Marie, and Harrison, John (2012) Real news or reality TV shows in Francophone Pacific? Media Development, 2012 (3-4). pp. 1-6.

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Newlands, Maxine (2014) Great Barrier Reef coal port challenged. The Ecologist, 6 May 2014.

Newlands, Maxine, Petray, Theresa, and Lloyd, Rohan (2014) "Save the Barrier Reef" from 1967 to 2013: a forty six year old campaign that changed the Great Barrier Reef. In: UNSPECIFIED. From: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Seminar, 22 January 2014, Townsville, QLD, Australia. (Unpublished)

Newlands, Maxine (2013) From hyperlink to ink: media tactics and protest strategies of the UK radical environmental activism movement. Crossing Conceptual Boundaries, V. pp. 45-51.

Newlands, Maxine (2013) Contesting capital in neoliberal times: innovation, resilience and conformity in the Occupy movement. Resilience, 1 (1). pp. 76-81.

Newlands, Maxine (2013) New media and political participation: searching for the passion in protests. New Media and Society, 15 (8). pp. 1393-1398.

Newlands, Maxine (2012) Debunking disability: media discourse and the Paralympic Games. In: Schantz, Otto J., and Gilbert, Keith , (eds.) Heroes or Zeros: the medias perceptions of Paralympic sport. Sport and Society . Common Ground Publishing, Illinois, USA, pp. 209-224.

Newlands, Maxine (2011) Scandal or Saviour? Deconstructing the mediatisation of Met officer Mark Kennedy and the environmental activism movement. In: Abstracts from the ECREA Symposium 2011: the mediation of scandal and moral outrage. From: ECREA Symposium 2011: the mediation of scandal and moral outrage, 16-17 December 2011, London, UK . (Unpublished)

Newlands, Maxine (2011) Reporting the Olympics in London: NUJ London. In: UNSPECIFIED. From: Reporting the Olympics in London, 11 April 2011, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Newlands, Maxine (2009) Protesters as the new gatekeepers? An analysis of how journalistic language and new technologies shape the identity of UK protest movements. In: Papers from Culture, Media: Protest, pp. 1-16. From: Culture, Media: Protest, 3-5 September 2009, Lucerne, Switzerland.

Newlands, Maxine (2008) How the news media shapes environmental direct action. In: Abstracts from the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association Annual Conference. From: MeCCSA 2008: Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association Annual Conference , 9-11 January 2008, Cardiff, UK. (Unpublished)

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Simpson, Lindsay (2006) The Curer of Souls. Random House, Sydney, Australia.

Simpson , Lindsay (2005) The impact of digital technology on journalism education. Australian Studies in Journalism, 14. pp. 114-123.

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Tynan, Liz (2011) Broadcast news: keep it simple. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 257-268.

Tynan, Liz (2011) Public relations: spin cycle. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 136-159.

Tynan, Liz (2011) Radio: the tribal drum. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 91-100.

Tynan, Liz (2011) Specialist reporting: doing the rounds. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 284-307.

Tynan, Liz (2011) Subediting, news language and convention. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 269-283.

Tynan, Liz (2011) The elements of writing. In: Bainbridge, Jason, Goc, Nicola, and Tynan, Liz, (eds.) Media and Journalism: new approaches to theory and practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 59-71.

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