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Hutchinson, Jonathon (2013) Communication models of institutional online communities : the role of the ABC cultural intermediary. Platform, 5(1), pp. 75-85.
Hutchinson, Jonathon (2013) The cultural impact of institutional remix : the formalisation of textual reappropriation within the ABC. M/C Journal, 16(4).
Hutchinson, Jonathon (2012) The ethnographer as community manager : language translation and user negotiation. Media International Australia, 145, pp. 112-122.
Wilson, Chris K., Hutchinson, Jonathon, & Shea, Pip (2010) Public service broadcasting, creative industries and innovation infrastructure : the case of ABC's Pool. Australian Journal of Communication, 37(3), pp. 15-32.
Hutchinson, Jonathon (2013) Communication models of institutional online communities : the role of the ABC cultural intermediary. In Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) Global Networks – Global Divides Conference, 3-5 July 2013, Perth, WA.
Hutchinson, Jonathon (2013) The role of the cultural intermediary within professional participatory communication : lessons from ABC Pool. In Participatory Communication Research (PCR) Theme 10 : Empirically-based studies of the professional practice of participatory communication International Association of Media Communication Research (IAMCR), 25-29 June 2013, Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)
Hutchinson, Jonathon (2012) Extending the ABC's public service remit through ABC Pool. In Lowe, Gregory & Martin, Fiona (Eds.) RIPE, 5-6 September 2012, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW.
Hutchinson, Jonathon (2012) Importing Wikipedia principles into the cultural institution of a public service broadcaster : the case of ABC Pool. In Wikipedia Academy 2012 : Research and Free Knowledge, 28-30 June 2012, Berlin. (Unpublished)
Hutchinson, Jonathon P. (2013) Collaboration, connections and consequences : a study of cultural intermediation within the ABC Pool institutional online community. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.