Technology is revolutionizing economies at every level. At GSMC, media and communication professionals learn to harness its power to collect and analyze information, connect with audiences and tell compelling stories across multiple platforms. Executives, managers and entrepreneurs learn to understand the forces reshaping industry, initiate and defend against disruption, exercise leadership, build teams and talent and turn their ideas into realities.

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Submissions from 2017

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How Queensland newspapers reported public sector information reform, Rhonda Breit, Richard Fitzgerald, Shuang Liu, and Regan Neal

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The relationship between Nairobi adolescents’ media use and their sexual beliefs and attitudes, Ann Neville Miller, William Kinnally, Hellen Maleche, and Nancy Achieng' Booker

Submissions from 2016

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Engaged Online: Social Media and Youth Civic Engagement in Kenya, Samuel Kamau

Submissions from 2013

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Empowering and engaging students in learning research methods, Rhonda Breit and Shaung Liu

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Internationalization as de-westernization of the curriculum: the case of journalism at an Australian University, Rhonda Breit, Levi Obijiofor, and Richard Fitzgerald

Submissions from 2012

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News’ Australian Story of Ethics and Self-Regulation: A Cautionary Tale, Rhonda Breit and Matthew Ricketson

Submissions from 2011

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Uniform Defamation Law in Australia: Moving Towards a More 'Reasonable' Privilege, Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 2010

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WSIS Revisited: Mapping the ideological divide, Rhonda Breit

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Professionalization and public relations: an ethical mismatch, Rhonda Breit and Kristin Demetrious

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Constructing legal narratives: law, language and the media, Jane Johnston and Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 2008

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How the law defines journalism, Rhonda Breit

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Journalistic self-regulation in Australia: is it ready for the information society?, Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 2004

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Towards a theory of journalism as practice, Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 2002

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Ethics in journalism and Cheryl Kernot: A colloquium, Rhonda Breit, John Harrison, Martin Hirst, Trina McLellan, and Desley Bartlett

Submissions from 2001

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Give us a fair go! Legal obstacles to reporting sport on the Internet, Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 2000

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Hyperlinks, frames and metatags: some legal problems, Rhonda Breit

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Kenyan Youth Take The Stage to Challenge HIV/Aids Myths and Stigma, Peter Kimani and George Obanyi

Submissions from 1999

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Chakravarti v Advertiser Newspapers: Lessons for journalists, Rhonda Breit