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Book

Sunderland, Naomi, Graham, Philip W., & Isaacs, Peter (Eds.) (2008) Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnologies, New Media and Ethics. Sense Publishers, The Netherlands, Rotterdam.

Graham, Philip W. (2005) Hypercapitalism : new media, language and social perceptions of value. Digital Formations. Peter Lang, United States of America, New York.

Book Chapter

Graham, Phil (2014) Reimagining Creativity : Critically, Ethically, and Practically. In Reid, Alan D., Hart, E. Paul, & Peters, Michael A. (Eds.) A Companion to Research in Education. Springer Netherlands, New York, United States of America, pp. 289-292.

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Dromoeconomics. In Armitage, John (Ed.) The Virilio Dictionary. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Australian copyright regimes and political economy of music. In Tschmuck, Peter, Pearce, Philip L., & Campbell, Steven (Eds.) Music Business and the Experience Economy : The Australasian Case. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Germany, pp. 11-26.

Graham, Philip W. & Luke, Allan (2013) Critical discourse analysis and political economy of communication : understanding the new corporate order. In Wodak, Ruth (Ed.) Critical Discourse Analysis : Concepts, History, Theory : Volume 1. Sage Publications Ltd., London, pp. 103-130.

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Hypercapitalism : language, new media and social perceptions of value. In Wodak, Ruth (Ed.) Critical Discourse Analysis : Doing CDA/Case studies [Volume 3]. Sage Publications Ltd., London, pp. 245-268.

Collis, Christy, Felton, Emma, & Graham, Philip W. (2012) Beyond the inner city : real and imagined places in creative place policy and practice. In Flew, Terry (Ed.) Creative Industries and Urban Development : Creative Cities in the 21st Century. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London.

Felton, Emma, Collis, Christy, & Graham, Philip W. (2011) Making connections : creative industries networks in outer urban locations. In Gibson , Chris (Ed.) Creativity in ‘Peripheral’ Places: Redefining the Creative Industries. Routledge, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Graham, P.W. & Kapitzke, Cushla (2010) Curriculum and religion. In International Encyclopedia of Education, 3rd Edition. Elsevier, Oxford, pp. 272-276.

Graham, Philip W. & Hearn, Gregory N. (2010) The digital Dark Ages : a retro-speculative history of possible futures. In Anton, Corey (Ed.) Valuation and Media Ecology : Ethics, Morals, and Laws. Hampton Press, New York, pp. 141-166.

Graham, Philip (2008) CDA and values: interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. In Duszak, A (Ed.) Krytyczna analiza dyskursu: interdyscyplinarne podejscie do komunikacji spolecznej (Critical discourse analysis: interdisciplinary approach to social communication). Universitas, Poland.

Graham, Philip (2008) Political economic provenances of biotechnology. In Sunderland, Naomi, Graham, Philip W., & Isaacs, Peter (Eds.) Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Ethics. Sense Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 17-34.

Graham, Philip W. (2008) Public space, common goods, and private interests : emergent definitions in globally mediated humanity. In Wodak, Ruth & Koller, Veronika (Eds.) Handbook of Communication in the Public Sphere. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, pp. 45-66.

Graham, Philip, Luke, Carmen, & Luke, Allan (2007) Corporate consciousness and the failure of higher education. In Kincheloe, Joe L. & Steinberg, Shirley R. (Eds.) Cutting class : socioeconomic status and education. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, pp. 121-143.

Ferrier, Elisabeth, Rooney, David J., Graham, Philip W., & Jones, Ashley (2007) Cultural knowledge management and broadband content in development: Open content platforms, copyright and archives. In Rahman, H (Ed.) Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Developments. Idea Group Publishing / Information Science Publishing, pp. 148-165.

Graham, Philip W. & Goodrum, Abby (2007) New media literacies : at the intersection of technical, cultural, and discursive knowledges. In Mansell, Robyn & Avgerou, Crisanthi (Eds.) The Oxford handbook of information and communication technologies. Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, Oxford, pp. 473-493.

Luke, Allan & Graham, Philip W. (2006) Class language. In Brown, K. (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition. Elsevier Science, United Kingdom, 428 -431.

Graham, Philip W. (2006) Issues in political economy. In Albarran, Alan, Chan-Olmsted, Sylvia M., & Wirth, Michael O (Eds.) Handbook of Media Management and Economics. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, New Jersey, United States of America, pp. 493-520.

Graham, Philip W. (2006) Monopoly, monopsony, and the value of culture in a digital age: An axiology of two multimedia resource repositories. In Kapitzke, Cushla & Bruce, Bertram C. (Eds.) Libr@ries: Changing Information Space and Practice. Lawrence Erlbaum, Lawrence Erlbaum United States of America, New Jersey, pp. 253-270.

Graham, Philip W. (2005) Analysing policy values in a knowledge economy. In Rooney, David J., Hearn, Gregory N., & Ninan, Abraham (Eds.) Handbook on the Knowledge Economy. Edward Elgar Publishing, London, pp. 118-127.

Paulsen, Neil, Graham, Philip, Jones, Elizabeth, Callan, Victor J., & Gallois, Cindy (2005) Organizations as intergroup contexts: Communication, discourse, and identification. In Harwood, J & Howard, G (Eds.) Intergroup communication: Multiple perspectives. Peter Lang, United States of America, New York, New York, pp. 165-188.

Graham, Philip W. & Canny, M. Leigh (2004) Contradictions : Genre, causal layered analysis and analysis of institutional change. In Inayatullah , S. (Ed.) The Causal Layered Analysis (CLA) Reader : Theory and Case Studies of an Integrative and Transformative Methodology. Tamkang University Press, Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 209-224.
Number of full-text downloads 198

Graham, Philip W. (2004) Predication, propagation, and mediation SFL, CDA, and the inculcation of evaluative meaning systems. In Young , Lynne & Harrison, Claire (Eds.) Systemic functional linguistics and critical discourse analysis: Studies in social change. Continuum International Publishing Group, London & New York, pp. 53-67.
Number of full-text downloads 295

Graham, Philip W. (2003) Critical discourse analysis and evaluative meaning: Interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. In Weiss, G & Wodak, Ruth (Eds.) Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory and Interdisciplinarity. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 110-129.
Number of full-text downloads 269

Graham, Philip W. (2002) Space and Cyberspace: on the enclosure of consciousness. In Armitage, John & Roberts, Joanne (Eds.) Living with cyberspace: technology & society in the 21st century. Continuum International Publishing Group, London, pp. 156-164.
Number of full-text downloads 356

Graham, Philip W. (2001) The Digital Dark Ages: The knowledge economy as alienation. In Brown, H., Lovink, G., Merrick, H., Rossiter, N., The, D., & Wilson, M. (Eds.) The Fibreculture Reader: Politics of a digital present. Fibreculture Publications, Melbourne.
Number of full-text downloads 72

Graham, Philip W. (2001) The ideological context of business : capital. In Harrison, John (Ed.) Ethics for Australian Business. Prentice Hall, Frenchs Forest , NSW, pp. 10-24.

Graham, P.W. (2001) The ideological context of business: Capital. In Harrison, J.M. (Ed.) Ethics for Australian Business. Prentice Hall, Frenchs Forest, NSW, pp. 10-24.

Journal Article

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Music streaming revenue structures stacked against artists. The Conversation.

Graham, Philip W. (2013) The cost of the uncollective unconsciousness. Music Forum magazine : Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19(2), pp. 14-17.

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Music as innovation system. Music Forum, 20(1), p. 48.

Spurgeon, Christina L., Ferrier, Liz, Gunders, Lisa, & Graham, Phil (2012) Young citizens, values and new/s media. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 26(6), pp. 911-922.
Number of full-text downloads 16

Graham, Philip W. (2012) Don’t put your daughter on the stage, Mrs Worthington. Music Forum : Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 18(4), pp. 56-57.

Graham, Philip W. (2012) Why the music business matters. Music Forum : Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 18(3), pp. 54-57.

Graham, Philip W. (2012) New digital business models for recorded music. Music Forum : Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 18(2), pp. 18-21.

Graham, Philip W. & Luke, Allan (2011) Critical discourse analysis and political economy of communication : understanding the new corporate order. Cultural Politics, 7(1), pp. 103-132.
Number of full-text downloads 436

Felton, Emma, Gibson, Mark, Flew, Terry, Graham, Philip W., & Daniel, Anna (2010) Resilient creative economies? Creative industries on the urban fringe. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 24(4), pp. 131-137.
Number of citations in Scopus 1
Number of citations in Web of Science® 1

Collis, Christy, Felton, Emma, & Graham, Philip W. (2010) Beyond the inner city : real and imagined places in creative place policy and practice. The Information Society, 26(2), pp. 104-112.
Number of full-text downloads 636
Number of citations in Scopus 8
Number of citations in Web of Science® 7

Felton, Emma, Collis, Christy, & Graham, Philip W. (2010) Making connections : creative industries networks in outer suburban locations. Australian Geographer, 41(1), pp. 57-70.
Number of full-text downloads 223
Number of citations in Scopus 6
Number of citations in Web of Science® 5

Graham, Philip W. & Gunders, Lisa (2010) School system as axiological medium : the state's primary macro-proposing context and its expanding moral role in Australia. Pragmatics & Society, 1(1), pp. 102-117.

Collis, Christy & Graham, Philip W. (2009) Political geographies of Mars : a history of Martian management. Management and Organizational History, 4(3), pp. 247-261.
Number of full-text downloads 396

Luke, Allan, Luke, Carmen, & Graham, Philip W. (2007) Globalization, Corporatism, and Critical Language Education. International Multilingual Research Journal, 1(1), pp. 1-13.
Number of full-text downloads 1,657

Graham, Philip W. (2007) Political economy of communication : A critique. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 3(3), pp. 226-245.
Number of full-text downloads 611
Number of citations in Scopus 6

Graham, Philip W. (2007) Space : Irrealis objects and their role in a new political economy. Discourse and Society, 12(6), pp. 761-788.
Number of full-text downloads 34

Graham, Philip W. (2006) ‘Capitalism’ as False Consciousness. Studies in Language and Capitalism, 1, pp. 57-76.
Number of full-text downloads 728

Thompson, William F., Graham, Philip W., & Russo, Frank A. (2005) Seeing music performance : visual influences on perception and experience. Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, 2005(156), pp. 203-227.
Number of full-text downloads 113
Number of citations in Scopus 57
Number of citations in Web of Science® 32

Graham, Philip W. & Luke, Allan (2005) The language of neofeudal corporatism and the war on Iraq. Journal of Language and Politics, 4(1), pp. 11-39.

Fairclough, Norman, Graham, Philip W., Lemke, Jay, & Wodak, Ruth (2004) Introduction. Critical Discourse Studies, 1(1), pp. 1-7.

Graham, Philip W., Keenan, Thomas, & Dowd, Anne-Maree (2004) A call to arms at the end of history: A discourse-historical analysis of George W. Bush's declaration of war on terror. Discourse and Society, 15(2-3), pp. 199-221.
Number of full-text downloads 2,042
Number of citations in Scopus 42
Number of citations in Web of Science® 24

Rooney, David J. & Graham, Philip W. (2004) Creative Content and Sustainable Community Media Organisations. Australian Studies in Journalism, 13, pp. 80-93.

Graham, Philip W. & Luke, Allan (2003) Militarising the body politic : new media as weapons of mass instruction. Body and Society, 9(4), pp. 149-168.
Number of full-text downloads 191

Graham, Philip W. & Paulsen, Neil (2002) Third-sector discourses and the future of (un)employment : skilled labor, new technologies, and the meaning of work. Text and Talk, 22(3), pp. 443-467.
Number of full-text downloads 40
Number of citations in Scopus 1

Graham, Philip W. (2002) 14 theses on future research into the political economic impacts of new media. Fibreculture 2002, 2002, pp. 11-12.

Graham, Philip W. (2002) Hypercapitalism: language, new media and social perceptions of value. Discourse and Society, 13(2), pp. 227-249.
Number of full-text downloads 185
Number of citations in Scopus 14
Number of citations in Web of Science® 7

Fairclough, Norman & Graham, Philip W. (2002) Marx as critical discourse analyst : the genesis of a critical method and its relevance to the critique of global capital. Estudios de Sociolinguistica, 3(1), pp. 185-229.
Number of full-text downloads 1,824

Hearn, Gregory N., Graham, Philip W., & Rooney, David J. (2002) The benefits of not managing change and not communicating : towards a complex systems view of communication in evolving organisations. Australian Journal of Communication, 29(3), pp. 59-70.
Number of full-text downloads 283

Graham, Philip W. (2001) Space: irrealis objects in technology policy and their role in a new political economy. Discourse and Society, 12(6), pp. 761-788.
Number of full-text downloads 281
Number of citations in Scopus 10
Number of citations in Web of Science® 3

Graham, Philip W. & Hearn, Gregory (2001) The Coming of Post-reflexive Society: Commodification and Language in Digital Capitalism. Media International Australia: Culture and Policy, pp. 79-90.
Number of full-text downloads 221

Graham, Philip W. (2001) Contradictions and institutional convergences: Genre as method. Journal of future studies, 5(4), pp. 1-30.
Number of full-text downloads 388

Armitage, John & Graham, Philip W. (2001) Dromoeconomics: Towards a Political Economy of Speed. Parallax, 7(1), pp. 111-123.
Number of full-text downloads 716
Number of citations in Scopus 11

Graham, Philip W. & Rooney, David J. (2001) A sociolinguistic approach to applied epistemology : examining technocratic values in global 'Knowledge' policy. Social Epistemology, 15(3), pp. 155-169.
Number of full-text downloads 141

Graham, Philip W. (2000) Hypercapitalism : a political economy of informational idealism. New Media and Society, 2(2), pp. 131-156.
Number of full-text downloads 185
Number of citations in Scopus 19

McKenna, Bernard & Graham, Philip W. (2000) Technocratic discourse : a primer. Journal of Technical Writing & Communication, 30(3), pp. 223-251.
Number of citations in Scopus 21

Graham, Philip W. & McKenna, Bernard (2000) A Theoretical and Analytical Synthesis of Autopoiesis and Sociolinguistics for the Study of Organisational Communication. Social Semiotics, 10(1), pp. 41-59.
Number of full-text downloads 496
Number of citations in Scopus 4

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Autopoiesis, language, literacy and the brain. Fine Print, 22(2), pp. 3-7.
Number of full-text downloads 51

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Critical Systems Theory: A Political Economy of Language, Thought, and Technology. Communication Research, 26(4), pp. 482-507.
Number of full-text downloads 430
Number of citations in Scopus 13
Number of citations in Web of Science® 8

Graham, Philip W. (1998) Globalist Fallacies, Fictions and Facts: The MAI and Neo-classic Ideology. Australian Rationalist, 46(Autumn-Winter), pp. 15-21.
Number of full-text downloads 93

Conference Paper

Kaya, Maria, Steffens, Paul R., Hearn, Gregory N., & Graham, Philip W. (2010) How can entrepreneurial musicians use electronic social networks to diffuse their music. In Langan-Fox, Janice (Ed.) Proceedings of the 7th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Swinburne University of Technology, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, pp. 679-691.
Number of full-text downloads 577

Graham, Philip W. (2007) The changing context of critique. In Disocurses and Cultural Practices, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW.

Graham, Philip W. (2002) New technologies, new political economies, and new values. In Towards Humane Technologies : Biotechnology, New Media & Citizenship, July 15, 2002, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld.

Hearn, Gregory N. & Graham, Philip W. (2002) The benefits of not managing change and not communicating : towards a complex systems view of communication in evolving organisations. In Annual Australia New Zealand Communication Association Conference, 10-12 July 2002, Bond University, Gold Coast, Qld.

Graham, Philip W. (2001) Predication, propagation, and mediation : SFL, CDA, and the inculcation of evaluative meaning systems. In 28th International Systemic Functional Congress, 26th July, 2001, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Graham, Philip W. & Hearn, Gregory N. (2000) The digital Dark Ages : a retro-speculative history of possible futures. In First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.

Graham, Philip W. (2000) CDA and values : interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. In Pre-IPRA workshop, 6th - 7th July, 2000, Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna.
Number of full-text downloads 36

Graham, Philip W. & Hearn, Gregory N. (2000) The coming of post-reflexive society : a critique of the political economy of digital capitalism. In Internet 1.0 : The State of the Interdiscipline, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Heidegger's hippies : a dissenting voice on "the problem of the subject". In Identities in Action, 10th - 12th December, 1999, University of Wales, Cardiff.
Number of full-text downloads 167

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Widening the context for interdisciplinary social research : SFL as a method for sociology, anthropology, and communication research. In ASFLA '99. Proceedings of the Conference., University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld.
Number of full-text downloads 104

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Hypercapitalism : political economy, electric identity, and authorial alienation. In Exploring Cybersociety : Proceedings of the Conference (Vol 1), Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Hypercapitalism:Political economy, electric identity, and authorial alienation. In Armitage , J & Roberts , J (Eds.) Exploring Cyber Society, University of Northumbria, University of Northumbria, pp. 1-27.
Number of full-text downloads 240

Graham, Philip W. (1999) Understanding nonsense : breathing life into shibboleths and killing critical thought in higher education. In ASFLA '99. Proceedings of the Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld.
Number of full-text downloads 114

Graham, Philip W. & Sunderland, Naomi (1998) The role of academic community in higher learning : Alternatives to a drive-thru education. In Proceedings of The Third Pacific Rim Conference, Auckland Institute of Technology, Auckland.
Number of full-text downloads 146

Conference Item

Young, Joseph A., Roe, Paul, Graham, Philip W., Grace, Peter, Zhang, Danqing, De Vine, Lance, et al. (2011) Extensible software for research data capture. In eResearch Australasia 2011 : eXtreme eResearch, 6-11 November 2011, Sebel & Citigate Albert Park, Melbourne, VIC.
Number of full-text downloads 137

Creative Work

Willsteed, John, Graham, Philip W., & Hunt, Tom (2013) Any old love. [Digital/Creative Work]
Number of full-text downloads 4

Reference Entry

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Politics/transpolitics. In Armitage, John (Ed.) The Virilio Dictionary. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

Report

Graham, Philip W., Muirhead, Bruce, & Brown, Laurence (2002) Redefining excellence : a strategic policy framework for community engagement and higher education. Department of Education, Melbourne, Victoria.

Review

Graham, Philip W. (2001) Review : Why study the media ? Information, Communication and Society, 4(1), pp. 137-138.
Number of full-text downloads 2,737

Graham, Philip W. & McKenna, Bernard (1999) Marxism Today [Review]. Culture Machine.

QUT Thesis

Graham, Philip W. (2001) Hypercapitalism : an investigation into the relationship between language, new media, and social perceptions of value. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Number of full-text downloads 591

Other

Graham, Philip W. & McKenna, Bernard (1999) The language of biotechnology : a brief analysis. The Brisbane Institute.

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