Bibliography on Alternative Media in Australia / Bibliografia sobre Medios Alternativos en Australia / Bibliographie sur les médias alternatifs en Australie

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  11. Chaffee, Lyman (1989) “Political graffiti and wall painting in Greater Buenos Aires: an alternative communication system,” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 8, 37-60.
  12. Communications Law Centre. “Public Television Report: An Evaluation.” The White House and The University of New South Wales: Sydney, 1989/90.
  13. Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. “Response to the Productivity Commission’s Review of Broadcasting Legislation Draft Report”. CBAA, 1999, <> (16 Dec 1999).
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  15. Fist, Jillian and Fist, Stewart. 1984. Australia. In Media for People in Cities: A Study of Community Media in the Urban Context, ed. Peter M. Lewis, 59-79. Paris: UNESCO.
  16. Flew, Terry, and Christina Spurgeon. “Television after Broadcasting: Pay TV, Community TV, Web TV and Digital TV in Australia.” In The Australian Television Book, edited by Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner, 69-88. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2000.
  17. Hawkins, Gay. “Public Service Broadcasting in Australia.” In Communication, Citizenship, and Social Policy: Rethinking the Limits of the Welfare State, edited by Andrew Calabrese and Jean-Claude Burgelman. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999.
  18. Hudson, Heather E. 1994. New technologies and Aboriginal communications: A comparison of the Australian outback and Canadian north. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  19. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications, Transport and the Arts, “Local Voices: Inquiry into Regional Radio.” Canberra: The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 2001.
  20. Jakubowicz, Andrew. “Speaking in Tongues: Multicultural Media and the Constitution of the Socially Homogeneous Australian.” In Australian Communications and the Public Sphere: Essays in Memory of Bill Bonney, edited by Helen Wilson. Melbourne: Macmillan, 1989.
  21. Knight, Alan. “Won’t Get Fooled Again: A Paper Detailing 25 Years of Brisbane’s 4ZZZ.” CBOnline 1, no. 6 (2001).
  22. Liddell, Craig. “Diversity on the Airwaves: Histories of Australian Community Radio.” 2SER and the Community Broadcasting Foundation. 2005. <> (1 Feb 2005).
  23. Lyons, Mark. Third Sector: The Contribution of Nonprofit and Cooperative Enterprises in Australia. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2001.
  24. Meadows, Michael, Susan Forde, Jacqui Ewart, and Kerrie Foxwell. 2009. “Making Spaces: Independent Media and the Formation of the Democratic Public Sphere in Australia.” In Rodríguez, Clemencia; Kidd, Dorothy; Stein, Laura (Eds.) Making Our Media: Global Initiatives Toward a Democratic Public Sphere. Volume I. Creating New Communication Spaces, 163-181. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
  25. Meadows, M., Forde, S., Fowwell, K., “Communicating culture : community media in Australia”, paper presented at Our media not theirs II, A pre-conference on alternative media at IAMCR, Barcelona, 2002.
  26. Meadows, Michael. 1992. Broadcasting in Aboriginal Australia: One Mob, One Voice, One Land. In Ethnic Minority Media. An International Perspective, ed. Stephen Harold Riggins, 82-101. Newbury Park: Sage.
  27. Michaels, Eric. 1994. Bad Aboriginal Art: Tradition, Media, and Technological Horizons. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  28. Michaels, Eric. 1994a. For a Cultural Future: Francis Jupurrurla Makes TV at Yuendumu. In Bad Aboriginal Art: Tradition, Media, and Technological Horizons, Eric Michaels, 99-125. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Pres.
  29. Michaels, Eric and Jupurrula Kelly, Francis. 1984. The Social Organization of an Aboriginal Video Work Place. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 1: 26-34.
  30. Michaels, Eric. The Aboriginal Invention of Television in Central Australia 1982-1986. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1986.
  31. Michaels, Eric. For a Cultural Future: Francis Jupurrurla Makes TV at Yuendumu. Melbourne: Artspace, 1987.
  32. Molloy, Bruce. 1993. Changing cultural channels: SBS-TV, IMPARJA, and Australian Television. Paper presented at the 43rd Conference of the International Communication Association, Washington D.C.
  33. Molnar, Helen. 1994a. Remote Indigenous community broadcasting in Australia: An extension of Indigenous cultural expression. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  34. Molnar, Helen, and Michael Meadows. Songlines to Satellites: Indigenous Communication in Australia, the South Pacific and Russian Communities Online. (n.d.) CN in Russia—through NGOs Networks to Community Networks, Available at: Sydney: Pluto Press, 2001.
  35. Molnar, Helen. 1994b. Indigenous culture, communication and the media: The mainstream media’s representation of ‘the other.’ Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  36. Ngui, Matt. 1994. Behind the Rhetoric: Employment Practices in Ethnic Minority Media in Australia. In A Richer Vision: The Development of Ethnic Minority Media in Western Democracies, ed. Charles Husband, 58-84. Paris: UNESCO and John Libbey & Company Ltd.
  37. RENNIE Elinor (2007), « Remote beginnings, metropolitan developments: Community and indigenous television in Australia », in FULLER, Linda K. (Editor), COMMUNITY MEDIA: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES,Palgrave Macmillan.
  38. Rose, Michael, ed. (1996) For The Record: 160 years of Aboriginal print journalism. St.Leonard’s, Australia: Allen & Unwin Pty.Ltd.
  39. VUUREN (Van), Kitty (2008), Participation in Australian Community Broadcasting: A Comparison of Rural, Regional and Remote Radio, VDM Verlag, # ISBN-10: 363903497X - # ISBN-13: 978-3639034974.
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