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Ravers, Muslims, cowboys and Christians: Tuning-in to the diversity of Australian radio services of the 1990s

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Author: Wilson, Chris K.
Publication year: 2015
Publication type: Seminar, speech or other presentation
Source: The 9th biennial Australian Media Traditions Conference, 'Soundings and Sightings', Canberra, Australia, 3-5 December 2015
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 3:53 PM
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Governing for Innovation: Australian radio spectrum liberalisation in the 1990s and the proliferation of new cultural outlets in and beyond broadcasting

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Author: Wilson, Chris K.
Publication year: 2015
Publication type: Seminar, speech or other presentation
Source: ECREA Radio Research Conference 2015, Madrid, Spain, 28-30 October 2015
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 3:20 PM
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From wireless to subterranean wires: governing the invisible transmission infrastructures of public service media

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Author: Wilson, Chris K.
Publication year: 2015
Publication type: Seminar, speech or other presentation
Source: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, 'Rethinking communication, Space and Identity' Queenstown, New Zealand, 8-10 July 2015
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 3:32 PM
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Coping with climate change in a tropical karst island: Assessment of groundwater resources under HadCM3-GCM scenarios and proposed adaptive strategies

Embracing appropriate management strategies to ensu re the sustainability of groundwater resource under climate is decisive for tropical karst islands. In this study, long term impacts of climate variability on groundwater recha rge and discharge at the Oemau spring, Rote Island, Indonesia using HadCM3-GCM predictor variab les for the H3A2a and H3B2a climate scenarios were investigated. The analysis suggests that the sustainability of groundwater resources generally varies over the period and will be adversely affected by climate change during dry years when the area is projected to expe rience supply shortage of around 29-67 L/s as a result of 5.24-23.63% decrease of rainfall, 2. 48-24.57% reduction of recharge, and 2.53- 22.80% decrease of spring discharge, under HadCM3 G CM scenarios. A subsequent comprehensive set of management strategies as palli ative and adaptive efforts was proposed to be implemented by relevant stakeholders to assist t he community dealing with water deficit during the dry years.

Author: Klaas, D. K. S. Y., Imteaz, M. A., Sudiayem, I., Klaas, E. M. E., Klaa...
Publication year: 2019
Publication type: Journal article
Source: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 3:32 PM
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From phone box to FON: re-configuring communication infrastructure in a wireless age

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Author: Wilosn, Chris K., McShane, Ian
Publication year: 2015
Publication type: Seminar, speech or other presentation
Source: Swinburne Internet Policy Workshop (auDA Australian Internet Governance Forum pre-event), Melbourne, 5 October 2015
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 3:32 PM
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The point is to change it: On surviving peer-review and 'making a difference'

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Author: Lee, Emma
Publication year: 2019
Publication type: Commentary
Source: AntipodeFoundation.org blog: News
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 2:33 PM
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Inducing destination images among international audiences: the differing effects of promoting sport events on the destination image of a city around the world

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Author: Heere, B., Wear, H., Breitbarth, Tim, Jones, A., Xing, X., Paramio Sal...
Publication year: 2019
Publication type: Journal article (In press)
Source: Journal of Sport Management
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 9:33 AM
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On the Hardingian renovation of legal transplants

In his chapter, Andrew Harding entertains the proposition of moving beyond the unhelpful dichotomy of effectiveness/ineffectiveness of transplantation. This paper provides a grounded (theory) approach as to how this can be achieved in relation to constitutional designs. If we apply the mechanism of inheritance to constitutions (as a transport phenomenon), and limit our analysis to federalism (as a modality of hypotaxis), and more specifically to the construct of vertical division of powers within federalism, would we be able to ascertain how such powers were adapted to local conditions in the constitutional designs of these different jurisdictions? The objective is to see if there has been such evolution, and the change in the inherited traits in the pre-constitutional phase (the design phase). The hypothesis is that the evolution of the constitutional systems in Canada and Australia can be illustrated as an intercourse between the principles of hypotaxis (the distribution of vertical powers), Walter Bagehot’…

Author: Gussen, Benjamen
Publication year: 2019
Publication type: Book chapter (In press)
Source: Legal Transplants in East Asia and Oceania / Vito Breda (ed.)
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 10:32 AM
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On and off the table: Re-imagining food and wine interactions

Food and wine are an important part of our everyday lives, not just for sustenance, but for the enjoyment and human interactions it invokes. “If food is the body of good living, wine is its soul” (Clifton Faddiman, Author). In our workshop, On and Off the Table: Re-Imagining Food and Wine Interactions, we will examine the ways in which current human experiences of food and wine can be re-imagined and extended through the use of interactive technologies. HCI research has shown that food is regularly informed and shaped by digital device use. The same is happening in interactions with wine. This workshop will explore new practices in human-food interaction (HFI) and human-wine interaction (HWI), both on and off the table, including: playing with food, use of technology, digital and live storytelling, 3D food printing, DIY wine fermentation tools, music, sharing experiences. We invite contributions from researchers, designers, food and wine scientists and enthusiasts, industry partners (restaurateurs, winemakers…

Author: Davis, Hilary, Paay, Jeni, Kjeldskov, Jesper, Dolejsova, Marketa
Publication year: 2018
Publication type: Conference paper
Source: Proceedings of the 30th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (OzCHI '18), State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 4-7 December 2018 / A. Morrison, G. Buchanan, J. Waycott, M. Billinghurst, D. Stevenson, J. H. J. Choi, M. Billinghurst, R. Kelly, D. McKay and A. Lugmayr (eds.)
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Wireless citizens and the wireless city: Public wi-fi as renewed public investment in communication infrastructure

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Author: Wilson, Chris K., McShane, Ian
Publication year: 2015
Publication type: Seminar, speech or other presentation
Source: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, 'Rethinking Communication, Space and Identity', Queenstown, New Zealand, 8-10 July 2015
Status: Live|Last updated:21 February 2019 2:32 PM
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