Monthly Archives: May 2013

First results from study of Australian journalists

Here’s a link to an article I have written about some of the results from the first representative study of Australian journalists in 20 years. The piece was published on The Conversation: http://theconversation.com/whose-views-skew-the-news-media-chiefs-ready-to-vote-out-labor-while-reporters-lean-left-13995 An academic article on the results will … Continue reading

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New article: Australian journalism students’ motivations

The Australian Journalism Review recently published an article of mine on journalism students’ motivations. The article is called “Australian journalism students’ motivations and job expectations: Evidence from a survey across six universities”. Here’s the abstract: The value of tertiary journalism … Continue reading

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New article: Journalism students’ professional views

Media International Australia has published an article from my study on Australian journalism students. Unfortunately it’s not directly accessible online, but here is the  abstract: Long-running debates over the value of university-based journalism education have suffered from a lack of … Continue reading

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