Stephanie Brookes
Stephanie Brookes
Senior Lecturer, Journalism Studies, Monash University
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Contemporary political communications: Audiences, politicians and the media in international research
S Young, S Bourne, S Younane
Sociology Compass 1 (1), 41-59, 2007
152007
Populism in theory and practice: Analysing celebrity politics
D Nolan, S Brookes
Media Asia 40 (4), 373-383, 2013
92013
'Working Families' and the'Opportunity Society': Political Rhetoric in the 2007 Australian Federal Election Campaign
S Younane
Communication, Politics & Culture 41 (2), 62, 2008
82008
What do we mean when we talk about populism? Local politics, global movements and ‘the people’in political coverage of the 2016 Australian federal and United States …
S Brookes
Media, Culture & Society 40 (8), 1252-1269, 2018
72018
Secure in our identity”: Regional Threat and Opportunity in Australian Election Discourse
S Younane Brookes
Australian Journal of Politics and History 58 (4), 542-66, 2012
72012
Unscripted and unpredictable: Communication and connection in'televised town halls', Australian federal election 2010
S Younane Brookes
Communication, Politics & Culture 44 (2), 57, 2011
72011
The problems of populism: celebrity politics and citizenship
D Nolan, S Brookes
Communication Research and Practice 1 (4), 349-361, 2015
62015
Exclusion and national identity: The language of immigration and border control in Australian federal elections 1903-2001
S Younane Brookes
Australian Political Studies Association Conference, Melbourne, 2010
52010
‘Join us for all the developments’: Guardian Australia and the construction of journalistic identity in press gallery reporting
S Brookes
Media International Australia 167 (1), 105-120, 2018
42018
YouTube/OurTube/TheirTube: Official and unofficial online campaign advertising, negativity, and popularity
J Groshek, S Brookes
Presidential campaigning and social media: An analysis of the 2012 campaign …, 2015
42015
Australian foreign policy and news media: national identity and the sale of uranium to India and China
AE Davis, S Brookes
Australian Journal of Political Science 51 (1), 51-67, 2016
32016
“Secure in our Identity”: Regional Threat and Opportunity in Australian Election Discourse, 1993 and 1996
SY Brookes
Australian Journal of Politics & History 58 (4), 542-556, 2012
32012
Politics, Media and Campaign Language: Australia's Identity Anxiety
S Brookes
22017
EXCLUSION AND NATIONAL IDENTITY: The Language of Immigration and Border Control in Australian Federal Election Campaigns
S Brookes
Refereed paper presented to the Australasian Political Science Association …, 2010
22010
“There’s Just Way More Places Operating in the Same Space”: Competition and Boundary Work in Australian and United States Political Journalism
S Brookes
Journalism Studies 21 (3), 319-335, 2020
12020
‘Up close and in person’: United States and Australian political reporters’ changing conceptions of the value of campaign coverage
S Brookes
Journalism 20 (8), 1035-1051, 2019
12019
Political journalism and the one-stop shop: Legacy news organisations' online coverage of the 2016 Australian federal and US presidential elections
S Brookes
Australian Journalism Review 40 (1), 5, 2018
12018
Checking the Facts: Campaign coverage, online journalism and fact-checking in the 2016 Australian Federal and US Presidential election campaigns
S Brookes
http://jeraa.org.au/research/287/, 2018
12018
Watchdogs or Masters? The changing role of the Canberra Press Gallery
P Chubb, S Brookes, M Simons
Media International Australia 167 (1), 7-12, 2018
12018
The art of the campaign gaffe: What we learn when candidates stuff up
S Brookes
The Conversation, 2012
12012
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