Posts for Caroline Keating

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DMRC Fridays: Meet our Postdocs

Come join us to hear from our newest Post-doctoral Researchers. When: Friday 13 November, 1  – 2.30pm Where: Via Zoom    Amber Marshall Amber’s postdoc investigates the nexus between low levels of digital inclusion in rural/agricultural areas, and the emergence and promise of digital agricultural technologies, in Australia. She is…

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APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN: ARC Centre of Excellence ADM+S Postdoctoral Research Fellows

  The QUT node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) is currently recruiting 5 Postdoctoral Research Fellows across a number of humanities, social science and computational disciplines. The Postdoctoral Research Fellows will be based at the Digital Media Research Centre, and will collaborate…

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Digital inclusion and participation – keyword series

Digital inclusion and participation – keyword series ‘Isolation’ Each quarter, the DMRC’s Digital Inclusion and Participation program runs a seminar that involves and engages scholars and practitioners from within and external to QUT, including from inter-state and overseas. For each event we select a key word to inspire discussion and…

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DMRC Digital Methods Workshop: DMRC theories and methods

In this session the 5 program leaders and other researchers will discuss the key theories and methods informing research activity within the DMRC research programs. By outlining the diverse and complementary approaches across the Centre, we aim to illustrate the various ways we are aiming to understand and advocate for a flourishing…

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DMRC Digital Methods Workshop: Fancy Computational Methods for Text Analysis: An Introduction

Fancy Computational Methods for Text Analysis: An Introduction Dr Timothy Graham WHEN:   06 October 2020 TIME:      1.00 – 3.00pm WHERE: Zoom     &nbsp…

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Media Release: Netflix – a zebra among horses: QUT researcher

Netflix is often criticised as a Hollywood-style entertainment behemoth crushing all competition and diminishing local content but a QUT academic says that’s a simplistic view. Netflix model a gamechanger for entertainment The ‘zebra among horses’ has turned ‘pay TV’ concept on its head Unlike old Hollywood, Netflix fosters local…

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DMRC PhD Candidate receives a special mention at the 2020 QUT Three Minute Thesis (3MT)

DMRCs PhD candidate Aleesha Rodriguez received a special mention at the 2020 QUT Graduate Research Student Showcase Three Minute Thesis (3MT). Aleesha’s work focused on how controversies spark public debate and can break up old opinions and power dynamics to introduce new people, concerns and ideas. Her research (supervised by Associate…

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Media Release: Gold Coast more than a mini Hollywood

The Gold Coast has long been associated with the filming of Hollywood blockbusters, and the city’s screen industry has consequently been viewed as a service industry for film and television productions created by companies from elsewhere. However, recent research into Gold Coast-originated screen production occurring independent of the…

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DMRC academic wins international book of the year award

The National Communication Association’s Visual Communication Division announced on Wednesday (2 September) that QUT communication academic Dr T.J. Thomson, SFHEA, is the recipient of the Association’s Diane S Hope Book of the Year award for his research monograph, To See and Be Seen: The Environments, Interactions, and Identities Behind

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REPORT: Northern Australia Communications Analysis

This Directions Paper identifies impediments and solutions to enterprise and social development through digital participation in Northern Australia. While the paper’s focus is pan-Northern (east to west) digital inclusion, it offers insights into agriculture, health and First Nations sectors (in alignment with the CRCNA’s focus…

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