Rethinking regulatory design : The Australian National Classification Scheme review
Flew, Terry (2011) Rethinking regulatory design : The Australian National Classification Scheme review. In Knowledge/Culture/Social Change Conference, 7-9 November, University of Western Sydney, Parramatta, Australia. (Unpublished)
This paper considers issues of methodological innovation in communication, media and cultural studies, that arise out of the extent to which we now live in a media environment characterised by an digital media abundance, the convergence of media platforms, content and services, and the globalisation of media content through ubiquitous computing and high-speed broadband networks. These developments have also entailed a shift in the producer-consumer relationships that characterised the 20th century mass communications paradigm, with the rapid proliferation of user-created content, accelerated innovation, the growing empowerment of media users themselves, and the blurring of distinctions between public and private, as well as age-based distinctions in terms of what media can be accessed by whom and for what purpose. It considers these issues through a case study of the Australian Law Reform Commission's National Classification Scheme Review.
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