Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > LANGUAGES COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE (200000) > COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES (200100) > Organisational Interpersonal and Intercultural Communication (200105)"
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Ashton-Hay, Sally (2009) Presentations in English : find your voice as a presenter. EA Journal, 25(2), pp. 73-75.
Cassidy, Elija (2015) Social networking sites and participatory reluctance: A case study of Gaydar, user resistance and interface rejection. New Media & Society. (In Press)
Clare, Jillian (2009) Murri Courts : Indigenous Magistrate Courts : communicating for better outcomes. In Hoover, Judith (Ed.) The Proceedings of the 20th Biennial Conference of the World Communication Association, World Communication Association, University of Ireland, Maynooth, pp. 1-27.
Dillon, Steven C. & Devito, Don (2011) DIScoveringABILITIES : creating interactive performances over the Internet. Education Technology Solutions, 40, pp. 73-74.
Hazelwood, Zoe & Shakespeare-Finch, Jane (2014) I'm Listening : Communication for Health Professionals (2nd ed.). Inn Press, Brisbane, Australia.
Hearn, Gregory N. & Bridgstock, Ruth S. (2014) The curious case of the embedded creative : creative cultural occupations outside the creative industries. In Bilton, Chris & Cummings, Stephen (Eds.) Handbook of Management and Creativity. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, pp. 39-56.
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) The ethnographer as community manager : language translation and user negotiation. Media International Australia, 145, pp. 112-122.
Johnston, Kim A. & Everett, James L. (2012) Employee perceptions of reputation : an ethnographic study. Public Relations Review, 38(4), pp. 541-554.
Kuga Thas, Angela M. (2013) No right to live? Malaysia’s Islam and implications for its sexual minority storytellers. In Fairbairn, G.J. & Fisher, R. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 4th Global Conference: Storytelling, Inter-Disciplinary.Net, Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 1-21.
Murphy, Wayne L. (2012) Organising reports and proposals. In BCOM (Asia Pacific edition). Cengage Learning Australia Pty Ltd, South Melbourne, Australia, pp. 192-215.
Murphy, Wayne L. (2012) Revising written messages. In Hammond, Fiona (Ed.) BCOM (Asia Pacific edition). Cengage Learning Australia Pty Ltd, South Melbourne, Australia, pp. 140-158.
Murphy, Wayne L. (2012) Understanding reports and proposals. In Hammond, Fiona (Ed.) BCOM (Asia Pacific edition). Cengage Learning Australia Pty Ltd, South Melbourne, Australia, pp. 160-179.
Nitins, Tanya & Burgess, Jean (2014) Twitter, Brands, and User Engagement. In Weller, Katrin, Bruns, Axel, Burgess, Jean, Mahrt, Merja, & Puschmann, Cornelius (Eds.) Twitter and Society. Peter Lang, New York, pp. 293-304.
Ruyembe, Charles (2013) Integrating Intangible Cultural Heritage elements and learning strategy : a case study. In Lira, Sergio, Amoeda, Rogerio, & Pinheiro, Cristina (Eds.) Sharing Cultures 2013 : Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Intangible Heritage, Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development, Aveiro, Portugal, pp. 107-116.
Ruyembe, Charles (2014) Restructuring arts and cultural funding in Tanzania : expectations and impasses. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1(11), pp. 672-688.
Ruyembe, Charles (2014) Sustainable creative career development pathways for young people in Tanzania : a case study. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrprenuership, 1(9), pp. 366-377.
Stock, Cheryl F. (2012) Adaptation and empathy : intercultural communication in a choreographic project. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 33(4), pp. 445-462.
Xavier, Robina J. (1999) Changing roles for changing times? How listed companies interpret their role as communicator. Australian Journal of Communication, 26(3), pp. 49-65.