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Harrington, Stephen, Highfield, Tim, & Bruns, Axel (2012) More than a backchannel : Twitter and television. In Noguera, José Manuel (Ed.) Audience Interactivity and Participation. COST Action ISO906 Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 13-17.
Harrington, Stephen (2012) What journalism can learn from satire. In Australian Journalism Today. Palgrave MacMillan, Melbourne, pp. 234-246.
Flew, Terry & Harrington, Stephen (2010) Television. In Cunningham, Stuart D. & Turner, Graeme (Eds.) The Media and Communications in Australia (3rd ed.). Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 155-172. (In Press)
Highfield, Tim, Harrington, Stephen, & Bruns, Axel (2013) Twitter as a technology for audiencing and fandom : the #Eurovision phenomenon. Information, Communication & Society, 16(3), pp. 315-339.
Harrington, Stephen (2012) Australian journalism studies after ‘Journalism’: breaking down the disciplinary boundaries (for good). Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, 2012(144), pp. 156-162.
Harrington, Stephen & McNair, Brian (2012) The 'new' news. Media International Australia, 144, pp. 49-51.
Harrington, Stephen (2012) From the “Little Aussie Bleeder” to Newstopia : (really) fake news in Australia. Popular Communication, 10(1-2), pp. 27-39.
Harrington, Stephen (2012) Eight simple rules for losing your doctoral virginity. The Punch.
Harrington, Stephen (2012) The uses of satire : unorthodox news, cultural chaos and the interrogation of power. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 13(1), pp. 38-52.
Harrington, Stephen (2010) Waking up with friends : breakfast news, Sunrise and the "televisual sphere". Journalism Studies, 11(2), pp. 175-189.
Harrington, Stephen (2010) Chasing Reporters : Intertextuality, Entertainment and Public Knowledge. Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, 134, pp. 121-130.
Harrington, Stephen (2010) Top Gear, top journalism : three lessons for political journalists from the world's most popular TV show. Continuum : Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 24(6), pp. 933-994.
Harrington, Stephen (2008) Future-proofing journalism : youthful tastes and the challenge for the academy. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 22(3), pp. 395-407.
Harrington, Stephen (2008) Our newsreaders “Love You, Queensland”, please reciprocate. InMediaRes.
Harrington, Stephen (2008) Popular news in the twenty-first century : time for a new critical approach? Journalism, 9(3), pp. 266-284.
Harrington, Stephen (2007) Why political journalists should get into top gear. Flow, 6(5).
Harrington, Stephen (2006) The best 10 minutes of television?… Ever? Flow, 5(6).
Harrington, Stephen (2005) The 'democracy of conversation' : The panel and the public sphere. Media International Australia, pp. 75-87.
Harrington, Stephen (2011) If it’s sick, how can we well? : Four criteria for evaluating the health of journalism. In Proceedings of the 3rd Future of Journalism Conference 2011, Cardif School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff, pp. 1-9.
Harrington, Stephen (2011) Enlightenment out of chaos : power, politics and The Chaser’s War on Everything. In International Communication Association's 61st Annual Conference, May 26-30, 2011, Boston, Massachusetts.
Harrington, Stephen (2009) Chasing reporters : Infotainment, intertextuality and media satire. In Australia and New Zealand Communications Association Conference, 8-10 July, 2009, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
Harrington, Stephen (2009) Not all journalisms are in crisis : unorthodox news forms and public knowledge. In Conference of Journalism in Crisis, 19-20 May 2009, University of Westminster, London. (Unpublished)
Harrington, Stephen (2007) How does ‘Newstainment’ actually work? : ethnographic research methods and contemporary popular news. In International Communication Association (Creating Communication : Content, Control, and Critique), 24-28 May 2007, San Francisco, CA.
Harrington, Stephen Matthew (2009) Public knowledge beyond journalism : infotainment, satire and Australian television. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Harrington, Stephen (2012) Surviving the confirmation process : a practical guide. (Unpublished)
Harrington, Stephen (2004) The panel : more than news, more than jokes. (Unpublished)
Harrington, Stephen Matthew “Just Do It” : Some Practical Tips for Timely Submission of a Better Thesis. (Unpublished)