Global Media Journal – Acknowledgement

Global Media Journal - Australian Edition acknowledges the Darug and Gandangarra peoples as the traditional owners and custodians of the lands on which the production of the journal takes place. The editorial team respects their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country.

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Global Media Journal - Australian Edition gratefully acknowledges the support of the University of Western Sydney


Global Media Journal was founded by Yahya R. Kamalipour
Professor and Department Head
Department of Communication and Creative Arts
Purdue University Calumet

Additional resources at the sites of other Editions of the Global Media Journal

Global Fusion

Global Media Journal is the official publication of the Global Fusion Consortium.

My Global Village

Global Village is intended to serve as a portal or conduit for sharing, discussing, and transmitting a variety of timely information that impact our daily lives.

Global Media Monitor

Graduate Research

Post Graduate students are strongly encouraged to submit papers to the Australian Edition for consideration. Papers are double blind reviewed by peer reviewers.

Abstracting and Indexing

The Australian Edition is abstracted and indexed in CSA Sociological Abstracts/

GMJ Global Editions and Editors

The Australian Edition is a member of the innovative and original Global Media Journal: an online-only, open access, global resource for communication and media studies scholarship, with independent editions around the world. The Global Media Journal will continue expanding worldwide, adding new editions, including African, Australian, and Persian editions. Save your link to the Australian Edition and then visit our other journal websites listed below.

Scope

The Australian edition of Global Media Journal invites the submission of essays and research reports that focus on any aspects in the field of Communication, Media and Journalism. We are particularly interested in articles that explore some of the following themes:

  • Media and Democracy
  • Children and Media
  • Grassroots and alternative media
  • Media Law and Ethics
  • Civic Journalism
  • Peace Communication
  • Ethnicity and the media
  • Political economy of communication
  • Film and Media
  • Media Audiences
  • Media Policies
  • Media, Citizenship and Democracy
  • Communication and Cultures in Conflict
  • Theories of Communication
  • Media and Globalisation

Australian Media Monitor

Election Promises

The Abbott government is making many of the media policy changes that they promised they would while in electioneering mode in 2013.

Communications Minister Turnbull’s team continues to fervently undo the innovative fibre-to-the-premises work that had been underway for several years, and replacing it with the Coalition’s fibre-to-the-node ‘vision’. The executive team for Australia’s largest infrastructure project is to be led by former Vodafone Hutchison Australia boss Bill Morrow. Labeled a ‘turnaround’ expert for his record of slowing the exodus of customers from the troubled number three positioned telecommunications carrier in Australia, he is tasked with the implementation of the Coalition’s perversely retro copper wire version of the NBN.  ...more


Disclaimer

The views, opinions or positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Global Media Journal - Australian Edition or editorial staff thereof. Global Media Journal - Australian Edition make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use.

Books for review

Books for Review

The Australian edition of Global Media Journal encourages individual reviewers to submit reviews of their own selected texts. Guidelines for Book Review Submission can be downloaded here.

For further information concerning book reviews and/or books available for review, contact the Editor of this section Dr. Antonio Castillo at antonio.castillo@rmit.edu.au


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