Associate Professor Anne Dunn
BA Hons (Syd)
Address: Room 108, A09 Holme Building, Entry next to Footbridge Theatre foyer
Phone: +61 2 9351 4734
Fax: +61 2 9351 5333
Anne Dunn was educated in Britain and Australia and is a graduate of the universities of Sydney and Canberra. She was appointed to the Department of Media and Communications in 2001. She has also held positions teaching journalism in the School of Media and Communication at the University of Western Sydney and as Senior Lecturer in Broadcasting at Charles Sturt University, Bathurst. Her recent administrative positions include acting as Director of the Media and Communications program and as Associate Dean and Deputy Chair of the Undergraduate Matters Committee. Anne is Pro Dean Academic for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Prior to taking up a full time academic career, Anne worked across the print, television and radio media. Altogether, Anne spent some 13 years with ABC Radio and Television, in management, in policy and in broadcasting, including as a presenter, journalist and producer. She has also worked for the BBC in documentaries as well as in Australian commercial television as a journalist/researcher; for SBS Television as a reporter; and as a freelance director, reporter and writer in both the television and print media. Anne currently holds an ARC Linkage Grant with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation looking at the impact of cross media work in broadcast news.
- Audience construction in the intersections between policy and practice in broadcast news production
- Impacts on radio journalists of digital convergence in the media
- Digital convergence
- Public broadcasting
- Media policy
- Journalism as a profession
- Issues surrounding the tertiary teaching of journalism and media
- [Book] Spence, E., Alexander, A., Quinn, A, Dunn, A., Media, markets and morals, Walden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
- [Book] Fulton, H with Dunn, A., Huismann, R. and Murphett, J. Narrative and Media , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
- [Book Chapter] ‘Telling the story : Narrative and radio news’. In A. Crisell (ed). Radio: Key Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Vol 1, London and New York: Routledge, 2009.
- [Book Chapter] ‘Ethics Impossible? Advertising and the Infomercial’. In C. Lumby and E. Probyn (eds). Remote Control: New Media New Ethics , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
- [Book Chapter] ‘What have you done for us lately? Public service broadcasting and its audiences’. In Michael Bromley (ed.), No News is Bad News , London: Longman.
- [Article] ‘The broadcaster, the college and the university: Educating the broadcast journalist in the digital age’, Ethical Space: The international journal of communication ethics, 4(1,2): 14-17, 2007.
- [Article] ‘Convergence on the ‘Net in radio journalism practice: trick or treat?’, Australian Studies in Journalism, Number 15:35-55, 2005.
- [Article] ‘The importance of public service broadcasting’, Australian Journal of Communication, Vol 32(2):1-8, 2005.
- [Article] 2004 ‘From quasi to fully: On journalism as a profession’, Australian Journalism Review , Vol 26 (2): 21-30.
- [Article]2004 Review article. ‘Ways the Media Matter: Three Accounts’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies , Vol 18, No. 3, September 2004, pp.459-466.
- [Article] 2003 ‘Narrative and Radio News’, The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media , Vol 1, No. 2: 113-172.
- [Article] ‘Some kind of alien? The experience of a “new breed” of journalist at ABC regional radio’. Proceedings of the Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Assocation , 2003. Published at http://www.bgsb.qut.edu.au/conferences/ANZCA03/Proceedings/
- [Article] 2001 ‘Radio journalism: Has it got a future?’ Australian Journalism Review , 23(1): 217-228.
- [Article] 2001 ‘Observations on the relationship between journalism and university communication and media courses’, Arts , 23: 151-163.
Current Supervising Postgraduates
|Kathryn Ames||Audience, ‘Community’, Identity and Place on Regional Radio: A Rockhampton Case Study|
|Peter Higgins||An Analysis of the Future of the Commercial Radio Industry in Australia Based on the Examination of Historical Developments and Outlining Current Issues.|
|Zorana Kostic||Prospects And Dilemmas For Public Service Broadcasting: A Comparative Study of Japanese and Australian Public Service Corporations|
|Michael Mullins||Culture Conflict Between Journalists and Clergy|
|Hong Feng Qiu||Broadcasting Convergence as a Field in Formation|
|Desmond Siahaan||Unethical Indonesian journalists and the effect of their ways within Indonesian society|
|Akhteruz Zaman||The Geography of the Broadcast Newsroom|