An Australian-first survey co-authored by David McKnight shows that despite newspapers moving online, the majority of media professionals are still committed to quality, ethical journalism.
The time has come for every Australian man to take the issue of violence against women seriously, and to stand up against sexual violence in his community, writes Chloe Angyal.
The largest study ever undertaken in Australia to investigate the production and consumption of recycled water will be led by the Journalism and Media Research Centre.
Gina Rinehart will face a journalistic workforce with a history of pushing back against attempts to interfere with journalism, writes David McKnight.
The ethics of the way the mainstream media deals with sex workers has undoubtedly helped papers sell a skewed perception of the Thomson affair, writes Catharine Lumby.
The experience of the Queensland floods has moved us beyond the slanted view of social media services as echoing halls of babble, writes Kate Crawford.
Social media is revolutionising disaster management and community building during and after emergencies, research into last year’s Queensland floods has found.
Work to combat violence against women and a grassroots soccer program championing racial harmony for refugee youth have won UNSW researchers two major human rights awards.
Associate Professor Kate Crawford presents findings from the largest study of mobile media use in Australia this week (Thursday, 23 September) at UNSW.
Plans for mandatory internet filtering may see a wide range of material disappear from computer screens, according to research led by a UNSW academic.