David Nolan
David Nolan
Associate Professor, News and Media Research Centre, University of Canberra
Verified email at canberra.edu.au
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GLOBAL HUMANITARIANISM AND THE CHANGING AID-MEDIA FIELD: “Everyone was dying for footage”
S Cottle, D Nolan
Journalism Studies 8 (6), 862-878, 2007
2742007
Mediated multiculturalism: Newspaper representations of Sudanese migrants in Australia
D Nolan, K Farquharson, V Politoff, T Marjoribanks
Journal of Intercultural studies 32 (6), 655-671, 2011
752011
Journalism, education and the formation of'public subjects'
D Nolan
Journalism 9 (6), 733-749, 2008
652008
Media, citizenship and governmentality: Defining “the public” of public service broadcasting
D Nolan
Social Semiotics 16 (2), 225-242, 2006
462006
Media and the politics of belonging: Sudanese Australians, letters to the editor and the new integrationism
D Nolan, A Burgin, K Farquharson, T Marjoribanks
Patterns of Prejudice 50 (3), 253-275, 2016
262016
‘The things that we have to do’: Ethics and instrumentality in humanitarian communication
D Nolan, A Mikami
Global Media and Communication 9 (1), 53-70, 2013
242013
“PUBLIC EDITORS” AND MEDIA GOVERNANCE AT THE GUARDIAN AND THE NEW YORK TIMES
D Nolan, T Marjoribanks
Journalism Practice 5 (1), 3-17, 2011
172011
Media governmentality, Howardism and the Hanson effect
D Nolan
152003
‘We are not North Korea’: propaganda and professionalism in the People’s Republic of China
M Simons, D Nolan, S Wright
Media, Culture & Society 39 (2), 219-237, 2017
142017
Australian media and the politics of belonging
D Nolan, K Farquharson, T Marjoribanks
Anthem Press, 2018
122018
Reassembling the Indigenous public sphere
J Latimore, D Nolan, M Simons, E Khan
Australasian Journal of Information Systems 21, 2017
112017
Populism in theory and practice: Analysing celebrity politics
D Nolan, S Brookes
media asia 40 (4), 373-383, 2013
102013
Journalism and Professional Education: A contradiction in terms?
D Nolan
Media International Australia 126 (1), 14-26, 2008
102008
How the media’s codes and rules influence the ways NGOs work
S Cottle, D Nolan
posted Nov 16, 2009
92009
Tabloidisation revisited: the regeneration of journalism in conditions of'advanced liberalism'
D Nolan
Communication, Politics & Culture 41 (2), 100, 2008
92008
Media representations of Sudanese people in Australia: An initial analysis
T Marjoribanks, D Nolan, K Farquharson
Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association …, 2010
82010
Rethinking journalism culture and authority: Beyond professionalism
D Nolan
ANZCA09, Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship. Brisbane, July …, 2009
82009
Pluralising identity, mainstreaming identities: SBS as a technology of citizenship
D Nolan, N Radywyl
72004
The problems of populism: celebrity politics and citizenship
D Nolan, S Brookes
Communication Research and Practice 1 (4), 349-361, 2015
62015
Resources of Belonging: Assessing the Consequences of Media Interventions
T Marjoribanks, K Farquharson, DJ Nolan, M Gawenda
Media Interventions, 55-72, 2013
62013
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