Critical communications research in Australia : from radical populism to creative industries
Flew, Terry (2004) Critical communications research in Australia : from radical populism to creative industries. Javnost: The Public, 11(3), pp. 31-46.
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This paper tracks the development of critical communicatiosn research in Australia over a 30 year period. It assesses the relative significance of critical theory, Marxist political economy and cultural studies to the development of such a tradition. it also evaluates the rise of 'creative industries' dicourse as an emergent development in the field, and a distinctive contribution of Australian media and communications research.
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