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McIlwaine, Stephen & Bowman, Leo F. (2002) Interviewing techniques. In Tanner, S. (Ed.) Journalism : Investigation and Research. Longman, pp. 258-271.
Bowman, Leo & McIlwaine, Stephen (2001) The Importance of Inquiry. In Tapsall, S & Varley, C (Eds.) Journalism: Theory In Practice. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Victoria, pp. 102-112.
Stewart , Heather, Williams, Michael L., Cullen, Trevor, Johnston, Michelle M, Phillips, Gail, Mulligan, Pauline, et al. (2012) Teaching journalism students how to tell Indigenous stories in an informed way : a work integrated learning approach. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 22(1), pp. 55-67.
Bowman, Leo Frederic & Ubayasiri, Kasun (2012) Talking it through : the case for the use of conversation analytic approaches in the analysis of news journalism. eJournalist, 12(1), pp. 1-13.
Tuckerman, Mike & Bowman, Leo (2011) Australian mainstream media coverage of Asian football. Ejournalist: A refereed media journal, 11(2), pp. 112-128.
Bowman , Leo & Ubayasiri, Kasun Gayal (2010) Resurrecting the notion of journalistic objectivity : a discussion of journalistic objectivity in one-on-one interviews. Ejournalist, 10(2).
Stewart , Heather, Meadows, Michael, Bowman , Leo, van Vuuren, Kitty, & Mulligan, Pauline (2010) Indigenous Voice : a work-integrated learning case study in journalism education. Australian Journalism Review, 32(2), pp. 59-72.
Bowman, Leo (2008) Re-examining 'gatekeeping': How journalists communicate the truth about power to the public. Journalism Practice, 2(1), pp. 99-112.
Bowman, Leo F. (2006) Reformulating "objectivity" : charting the possibilities for proactive journalism in the modern era. Journalism Studies, 7(4), pp. 628-643.
Bowman, Leo F. (2005) Journalistic theory and the future of journalism education in Australia. Australian Studies in Journalism, pp. 24-40.
Bowman, Leo F. & McIlwaine, Stephen (2004) A structured return to the 'Fourth Estate': interviews and inquiry that challenge entrenched authorities' 'knowledge'. Australian Journalism Review, 26(1), pp. 121-131.
Bowman, Leo F. & Lund, Ann (2007) Pathways to the profession: a study in integrating journalism degree programs with the world of work. In ATN Evaluation and Assessment Conference 2007.
Duffy, Peter D. & Bowman, Leo (2004) Working in online groups-the challenges of virtually integrated learning environments. In OLT 2004 : Exploring Integrated Learning Environments : A National Forum for Sharing Information on Engaging, Designing, Assessing, and Collaborating in Online Learning and Teaching, Department of Teaching and Learning Support Services, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Qld, pp. 53-61.