ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2013

Index of principal authors

ISSN 1448-4331

Editors: Associate Professor Terence Lee, Dr Kathryn Trees, Ms Renae Desai.

Refereeing statement: All articles published in these proceedings have been double-blind peer reviewed by a minimum of two referees.

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Citing articles from this conference: Citation style depends upon the referencing system used. Here is an example in ANZCA (MIA) style: Last Name/s, Initial/s., 2013, “Title of article”, in T. Lee, K. Trees and R.Desai (Eds), Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association conference:  Global Networks-Global Divides: Bridging New and Traditional Communication Challenges, ISSN 1448-4331, available at: in progress.

List of papers

Doug Ashwell and Margie Comrie. Science information in the digital world: The Internet versus the mass media. default  ANZCA 2013 Ashwell and Comrie (219.78 kB)

Kim Barbour. Hiding in Plain Sight: Street artists online. default  ANZCA 2013 Barbour (411.68 kB)

Bill, Birnbauer, Andrew Dodd and Matthew Ricketson. We have the means, but what’s the model? A better way for universities and industry to produce investigative journalism. default  ANZCA 2013 Birnbauer Dodd and Ricketson (192.6 kB)

Diana Bossio. Challenging power and creating opportunities: A comparative analysis of how Al Jazeera English reported The Arab Spring. default  ANZCA 2013 Bossio (186.55 kB)

Danielle Brady and Naomi Webb. Communicating bushfire safety: The challenge of community participation for government. default  ANZCA 2013 Brady and Webb (180.99 kB)

Stephanie Brookes and David Nolan. The Boss, Dirty Harry and U.S. Citizenship: Celebrities in election campaign communication and coverage. default  ANZCA 2013 Brookes and Nolan (1.97 MB)

YIngchi Chu. Chinese Self-Hybridization: Cross-cultural competence in the global media. default  ANZCA 2013 Chu (186.27 kB)

Margie Comrie. 'Local Heroes': Can smaller papers make a difference to coverage in a national election? default  ANZCA 2013 Comrie (221.66 kB)

Leesa Costello, Julie Dare, Lelia Green and Vanessa Bradshaw. Sustaining online communities in the charitable health sector: how to keep a good thing going. default  ANZCA 2013 Costello Dare Green and Bradshaw (193.06 kB)

Trevor Cullen. Online health information: Shortcomings and challenges. default  ANZCA 2013 Cullen (165.13 kB)

Julie Dare, Leesa Costello and Lelia Green. Nutritional narratives: Cultural and communications perspectives on plant-based diets. default  ANZCA 2013 Dare Costello and Green (246.85 kB)

Mark Davis. Books in the Indigenous Public Sphere: Changing patterns in the publication of Indigenous non-fiction in Australia 1960–2000. default  ANZCA 2013 Davis (3.29 MB)

Sharon Delmege and Lauren O'Mahony. Cultivating Creative Capacity in Communication Studies. default  ANZCA 2013 Delmege and OMahony (189.61 kB)

Chris Dent. “I Made This!” – Interests and Motivators of Creative Individuals as Modes of Self-Regulation. default  ANZCA 2013 Dent (148.85 kB)

Cate Dowd. Journalism and Social Media as changing domain(s): Understanding behaviors and role-based emotions. default  ANZCA 2013 Dowd (661.12 kB)

Michelle Dunne Breen and Kerry McCallum. In crisis, on crisis: technology-driven industrial change and the Northern Territory Emergency Response 2007. default  ANZCA 2013 Dunne Breen and McCallum (261.02 kB)

Jude Elund and Panizza Allmark. Virtual Travel and the Pleasure Peripheries – case study of Second Life. default  ANZCA 2013 ELund and Allmark (9.76 MB)

Robbie Fordyce. Discourses of networked power: comparing Castells and Negri on global networks of power. default  ANZCA 2013 Fordyce (197.38 kB)

Julie Freeman. E-Government and Monitory Democracy: Iceland's crowdsourced constitution. default  ANZCA 2013 Freeman (195.92 kB)

Janet Fulton. The Evolution of Journalism. default  ANZCA 2013 Fulton (459.22 kB)

Janet Fulton and Mark Balnaves. Australia and Changes in Western media. default  ANZCA 2013 Fulton and Balnaves (659.66 kB)

Jennifer L. Gibbs, Yana V. Grushina, Cristina B. Gibson, Patrick D. Dunlop and John Cordery. Language, Culture, Status, and Identity: Understanding factors that encourage or limit global team participation. default  ANZCA 2013 Gibbs Grushina Gibson Dunlop and Cordery (179.4 kB) default  ANZCA 2013 Gibbs Grushina Gibson Dunlop and Cordery appendix (94.98 kB)

Elizabeth Gray and Kane Hopkins. “Who’s going to read this anyway?” Non-profits, electronic newsletters, and the elusive reader. default  ANZCA 2013 Gray and Hopkins (259.93 kB)

Lelia Green, Donell Holloway and David Holloway. Towards a natural history of internet use? Working to overcome the implications for research of the child-adult divide. default  ANZCA 2013 Green Holloway and Holloway (171.45 kB)

Gil-Soo Han. Korean nationalism riding the Korean Wave: celebrities and acting blackface in the Korean media. default  ANZCA 2013 Han (192.69 kB)

Ann Hardy, Carolyn Michelle, Charles H. Davis and Craig Hight. Shire Politics: Local factors in the International prefiguration of Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit'. default  ANZCA 2013 Hardy Michelle Davis and Hight (223.76 kB)

Luke Heemsbergen. The Limits of Radical Networked Democratic Transparency: From WikiLeaks to OurSay. default  ANZCA 2013 Heemsbergen (185.09 kB)

Donell Holloway, Lelia Green and Danielle Brady. 0-8: Young children’s Internet use. default  ANZCA 2013 Holloway Green and Brady (800 kB)

Donell Holloway, Lelia Green and David Holloway. “Your neighbours are your friends”: an investigation into microgeographical exchanges in the remote northwest of Australia between 1987-2012. default  ANZCA 2013 Holloway Green and Holloway (173.66 kB)

Cat Hope, Lelia Green and Tos Mahoney. The Western Australia New Music Archive: Finding, accessing, remembering and performing a community of practice. default  ANZCA 2013 Hope Green and Mahoney (196.6 kB)

Kane Hopkins, Danae Gardner and Elizabeth Gray. Managing organisation-public relationships in the social sphere: public relations vs. customer service. default  ANZCA 2013 Hopkins Gardner and Gray (1.58 MB)

Sal Humphreys, Dianne Rodger and Margarita Flabouris. The Medium and the Message in Health Communication. Control in new media environments. default  ANZCA 2013 Humphreys Rodger and Flabouris (186.73 kB)

Jonathon Hutchinson. Communication Models of Institutional Online Communities: the role of the ABC cultural intermediary. default  ANZCA 2013 Hutchinson (694.44 kB)

Matthew Loads. Transmedia Television Drama: Proliferation and promotion of extended stories online. default  ANZCA 2013 Loads (195.03 kB)

David Maguire. Media’s Enduring Role in Times of Chaos. default  ANZCA 2013 Maguire (288.98 kB)

Caitlin McGregor. Reporting Islam in Australian Newspapers: the case of the proposed Elermore Vale mosque. default  ANZCA 2013 McGregor (222.15 kB)

Philip McIntyre. Creativity and Creative Industries: From romanticism to idiosyncratic agency, social networks and knowledge systems.. default  ANZCA 2013 McIntyre (237.59 kB)

Margaret R. Miller, Lydia A. Hearn, Anna Fletcher and Lelia Green. Ngala Healthy You, Healthy Baby: A personalised online program to support healthy weight in pregnancy and early life. default  ANZCA 2013 Miller Hearn Fletcher and Green (250.62 kB)

Denise Mohan. Fashion Blogging: A metamodern practice. default  ANZCA 2013 Mohan (223.41 kB)

Leo Murray. With my own ears: the ethics of sound in non-fiction film and TV. default  ANZCA 2013 Murray (199.36 kB)

Simon Order. Community Radio in Western Australia: Notions of value. default  ANZCA 2013 Order (453.13 kB)

Augustine Pang. Social media hype in times of crises: How can organizations respond? default  ANZCA 2013 Pang (1.93 MB)

Elizabeth Paton. A Writer’s Education: Learning and mastering the domain of Australian fiction writing. default  ANZCA 2013 Paton (199.62 kB)

Stuart Richards. Frameline's Digital Activism. default  ANZCA 2013 Richards (164.23 kB)

Murray Riches, Organising for Social Change: Navigating the tension between counter-discourses and hegemonic structures. default  ANZCA 2013 Riches (213.33 kB)

Scott Rickard and Tatiana Anisimova. Promoting digital literacy through magazines. default  ANZCA 2013 Rickard and Anisimova (169.6 kB)

Prue Robson. Time to bridge the gaps: issues with current social media research in public relations. default  ANZCA 2013 Robson (152.02 kB)

John Ryan. FloraCultures: Conserving Perth’s botanical heritage through a digital repository. default  ANZCA 2013 Ryan (1.64 MB)

Stephen Stockwell. Australian Political Advertising Design: the use and effectiveness of new digital and social media in the construction of electoral campaigns. default  ANZCA 2013 Stockwell (1.07 MB)

Maryam Tehrani. Re-contextualizing Organizational Communication: A material perspective toward communication. default  ANZCA 2013 Tehrani (234.1 kB)

Edwina Throsby. Engaging the disengaged: Swinging voters, political participation and media in Australia. default  ANZCA 2013 Throsby (200.77 kB)

Xuena Tong. Research on Industrial Value Chain of Digital Music. default  ANZCA 2013 Tong (391.19 kB)

Larissa Walker. Technological challenges facing Australian film classification: Regulating interactivity and the impact of new media. default  ANZCA 2013 Walker (187.83 kB)

David Waller, Gayle F. Kerr, Kathleen Mortimer and Sonia Jane Dickinson. A model of advertising regulation in the digital world. default  ANZCA 2013 Waller Kerr Mortimer and Dickinson (539.42 kB)

Sarah Wan, Wayne Tan, Regina Koh, Andrew Ong, Ronda Lim and Augustine Pang. Parody Social Media Accounts: Influence and impact on organisations during crisis. default  ANZCA 2013 Wan Tan Koh Ong Lim and Pang (1.9 MB)

Ying Wang. From Virtue Ethics to Virtuous Corporation: Putting virtues into business practice. default  ANZCA 2013 Wang (178.36 kB)

Ying Wang and Alison Henderson. “Buy Kiwi Made”: The construction of a “Green” political Identity. default  ANZCA 2013 Wang and Henderson (168.55 kB)

Alvin Webster and Niranjala Weerakkody. Product placement strategies and practices in contemporary blockbuster action films: An exploratory content analysis. default  ANZCA 2013 Webster and Weerakkody (358.84 kB)

Dashi Zhang. Communication Strategies of the Chinese Dairy Industry Manufacturers to Rebuild Reputation and Maintain a Quality Relationship. default  ANZCA 2013 Zhang (256.41 kB)