Professor Gerard Goggin

Australian Research Council Future Fellow
Professor of Media and Communications

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9114 1218
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Biographical details

Gerard Goggin is the inaugural Professor of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney, a position he has held since 2011. Previous appointments include Professor of Digital Communications at University of New South Wales (2007-2010), the University of Queensland, Southern Cross University, and, as visiting professor, the University of Barcelona.

Research interests

Gerard’s research focusses on social, cultural, and political aspects of digital technologies, especially the Internet and mobile phones and media. He has published 13 books and over 140 journal articles and book chapters.

As well as his academic roles, Goggin has had a twenty-year involvement in communications and telecommunications policy, including appointments as a board member of the Disability Studies and Research Institute (DsaRI), foundation board member of the peak organization Australian Consumer Communication Action Network (ACCAN), deputy chair of the self-regulatory body Telephone Information Services Standards Council (TISSC), and member of the Australian e-Research Infrastructure Council (AeRIC).

Teaching and supervision

Current Research Students

  • Suraina Pasha, Internet Technologies and Human Rights Education and Training, PhD (co-supervised with Associate Professor Danielle Celermajer, Human Rights Program)
  • Wayne Hawkins, Australian Telecommunications and Disability Policies, Doctor of Arts (research supervisor)
  • Laura DiMasi, Mobile Media, Neuroscience and the New Wave of Technological Determinism, Masters of Research (research supervisor)
  • Annabel McGoldrick, PhD, The Evolving Case for Peace Journalism (auxiliary supervisor with Dr Wendy Lambourne, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies)
  • Julie Lim, PhD, Race & Belonging in an International City: Overseas Chinese in ‘new’ Shanghai (auxiliary supervisor with Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald)
  • Joseph Brennan, PhD, “I am your Worst Fear, I am your Best Fantasy”: New Approaches to Slash Media (auxiliary supervisor with Dr Fiona Giles)
  • Catherine Griff (Swinburne University) Audiovisual Audience Transformation: How Producers of Screen Fiction Imagine, Research & Reach their Audience (associate supervisor with Professor Jock Given)
  • Kirsten McGregor, What is the role of a Public Service Broadcaster in a network society? A case study of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s preparation for the National Broadband Network (auxiliary supervisor with Dr Fiona Martin)

Research Degree Completions

  • Jian Xu, Revisiting Media Events in Web 2.0 China: A Critique of Chinese Online Activism, PhD, University of NSW
  • Hamideh Molaei, Social Media and Politics: Indonesians’ Engagement in Social Movements and Political Discussions on Facebook, PhD, University of Sydney
  • Felicity van Rysbergen, Towards Transmodernism: Transcendence, Technospirituality, and Technoculture, PhD, University of NSW
  • Christy Dena, Transmedia Practice: Theorising the Practice of Expressing a Fictional World Across Distinct Media and Environments, PhD, University of Sydney
  • Alicia Cameron, Enabled to Engage in the Information Age: A Comparative Study of Broadband Take-up in Two Regions of Australia, PhD, University of Queensland

Current projects

Mobile Phones and Media

Gerard is a pioneering figure in mobile communication and media studies. His key books are Global Mobile Media (2011) and Cell Phone Culture (2006), as well as the edited collections Mobile Technology and Place (2012), Mobile Technology: From Telecommunications to Media (2009), and Mobile Phone Cultures (2008). In 2014, he will publish the Routledge Companion to Mobile Media (with Larissa Hjorth) and Locative Media (with Rowen Wilken). Gerard edits the Oxford University Press Studies in Mobile Communication series (with Rich Ling), and is on the board of the Sage journal Mobile Media and Communication. Currently, Gerard is working with Sydney colleagues Dr Tim Dwyer and Dr Fiona Martin on an international project researching mobile Internet and its implications for media policy (supported by an ARC Discovery grant).

Internet

Gerard has a longstanding interest in Internet cultures and histories, as seen in key publications Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia (2004), Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms (2009; with Mark McLelland), and a special issue of Media International Australia on Australian Internet histories (co-edited with Jock Given).

Gerard is working on a comparative, cultural history of the Internet in Australia and Asia-Pacific, with colleagues Mark McLelland (Wollongong), Haiqing Yu (UNSW), and Kwangsuk Lee (Seoul Tech) – a project supported by an ARC Discovery grant. He is also a chief investigator on the ARC Linkage project Spreading Fictions: distributing stories in the online age, led by Jock Given (Swinburne), in collaboration with ABC and Screen Australia.

Disability

A key area of Gerard’s research is disability, an interest he has had since working with disability activists and organizations in the telecommunications in the early 1990s. Gerard has an international reputation for his work with the late Christopher Newell, especially the prize-winning book Disability in Australia (2005) and Digital Disability (2003), as well as many papers on aspects of disability, society, media and culture. Gerard’s book Disability and the Media (co-authored with Katie Ellis) will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2014.

With Sydney colleague Dinesh Wadiwel, and Disability Australia Incorporated (PWDA), he is developing a disability rights research capacity, which aims to identify emerging rights relevant research needs within a changing political and social policy landscape, and share expertise between researchers and civil society practitioners (a project supported by the Sydney Social Justice Research Network).

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2015

  • Cinema in the 21st Century: Multiplexes, Home Viewing and Digital Media; Aveyard K, Goggin G; DVC Research/Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Scheme.

2014

  • Disability and Digital Technology: Accessible Design, Global Media Policy, and Human Rights; Goggin G; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Future Fellowships (FT).

2012

  • Moving Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes; Goggin G, Dwyer T, Martin F, Feijoo C; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2011

  • Internet History in Australia and the Asia-Pacific; Goggin G, Kwang Suk L, Yu H, McLelland M; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2010

  • Spreading Fictions: distributing stories in the online age; Goggin G, Brealey M, Cameron F, Given J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2008

  • Young, Mobile, Networked: Mobile Media & Youth Culture in Australia; Goggin G, Crawford K; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2007

  • Youth Culture and Mobile Media: An Exploratory Urban Study; Goggin G; University of Sydney/Newly Appointed Staff.

2006

  • Engaging Canadian and Australian Information Technology Companies in Inclusion and Accessibility; Goggin G; Social Science & Humanities Research Council of Canada/Social Science & Humanities Research Council Research Grants Program.
  • Mobile Culture: A Biography Of The Mobile Phone; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Australian Research Fellowship/Queen Elizabeth II Fellowship.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Goggin, G. (2012). New Technologies and the Media. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampsire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Global Mobile Media. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Cell Phone Culture: Mobile Technology in Everyday Life. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Disability in Australia: Exposing a Social Apartheid. Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Digital Disability: The Social Construction of Disability in New Media. United States: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.

Edited Books

  • Wilken, R., Goggin, G. (2015). Locative Media. New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2014). The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Wilken, R. (2012). Mobile Technology and Place. New York, United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., McLelland, M. (2008). Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms. United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2008). Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media. United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2007). Mobile Media. Australia: Department of Media and Communications, University of Sydney.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Phone Cultures. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia. Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Book Chapters

  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2015). Locative Media, Privacy, and State Surveillance in Mexico: The Case of the Geolocalization Law. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Locative Media, (pp. 148-161). New York: Routledge.
  • Wilken, R., Goggin, G. (2015). Locative Media: Definitions, Histories, Theories. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Locative Media, (pp. 1-19). New York: Routledge.
  • Ellis, K., Goggin, G. (2014). Disability and Social Media. In Jeremy Hunsinger, Theresa Senft (Eds.), The Social Media Handbook, (pp. 126-143). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2014). Introduction: Mobile Media Research - State of the Art. In Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, (pp. 1-8). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). Mobile Video: Spreading Stories with Mobile Media. In Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, (pp. 146-156). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2014). Moveable Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes. In Michal Glowacki, Lizzie Jackson (Eds.), Public Media Management for the Twenty-First Century: Creativity, Innovation, and Interaction, (pp. 40-58). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Hamilton, C. (2014). Narrative Fiction and Mobile Media after the Text-Message Novel. In Jason Farman (Eds.), The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies, (pp. 223-237). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). Smartphone Culture and Mobile Politics, Avant la Lettre. In Gerard Goggin, Alberto Cuenca, Eliezer des Santos and Antoni Abad (Eds.), Antoni Abas: megafone.net/2004-2014, (pp. 49-51). USA: Turner.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). The Internet, Online and Mobile Communication. In Stuart Cunningham, Sue Turnbull (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia, (pp. 247-267). Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Changing Media with Mobiles. In John Hartley, Jean Burgess, Axel Bruns (Eds.), A Companion to New Media Dynamics, (pp. 193-208). Malden, MA, USA: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Connecting Disability: New Modes of Participation and Engagement. In Paul M.A. Baker, Jarice Hanson, Jeremy Hunsinger (Eds.), The Unconnected: Social Justice, Participation and Engagement in the Information Society, (pp. 45-64). New York, United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Sport and the Rise of Mobile Media. In Brett Hutchins, David Rowe (Eds.), Digital Media Sport: Technology, Power and Culture in the Network Society, (pp. 19-36). New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Encoding Place: The Politics of Mobile Location Technologies. In Gerard Goggin, Rowan Wilken (Eds.), Mobile Technology and Place, (pp. 198-212). New York, United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Global Internets: Media Research in the New World. In Ingrid Volkmer (Eds.), Handbook of Global Media Research, (pp. 352-364). Chichester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Evers, C., Goggin, G. (2012). Mobiles, Men and Migration: Mobile Communication and Everyday Multiculturalism in Australia. In Leopoldina Fortunati, Raul Pertierra, Jane Vincent (Eds.), Migration, Diaspora, and Information Technology in Global Societies, (pp. 78-90). NY, United States: Routledge.
  • Wilken, R., Goggin, G. (2012). Mobilizing Place: Conceptual Currents and Controversies. In Gerard Goggin, Rowan Wilken (Eds.), Mobile Technology and Place, (pp. 3-25). New York, United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Reading (with) the iPhone. In Pelle Snickars, Patrick Vonderau (Eds.), Moving Data: The iPhone and the Future of Media, (pp. 195-210). New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Goggin, G., Hamilton, C. (2012). Reading After The Phone: E-readers and Mobile Media. In Noah Arceneaux, Anandam Kavoori (Eds.), The Mobile Media Reader, (pp. 102-119). New York, United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). The iPhone and Communication. In Larissa Hjorth, Jean Burgess, Ingrid Richardson (Eds.), Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communication, and the iPhone, (pp. 11-27). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Disability, Mobiles and Social Policy: New Modes of Communication and Governance. In James Everett Katz (Eds.), Mobile Communication: Dimensions of Social Policy, (pp. 259-272). United States: Transaction Publishers.
  • Goggin, G., Crawford, K. (2011). Generation Disconnections: Youth Culture & Mobile Media. In Rich Ling, Scott W. Campbell (Eds.), Mobile Communication: Bringing Us Together And Tearing Us Apart, (pp. 249-270). New Brunswick, United States: Transaction Publishers.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Going Mobile. In Virginia Nightingale (Eds.), The Handbook of Media Audiences, (pp. 128-146). United States: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Telephone Media: An Old Story. In David W. Park, Nicholas W. Jankowski, Steve Jones (Eds.), The Long History of New Media: Technology, Historiography, and Contextualizing Newness, (pp. 231-249). New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). The Intimate Turn of Mobile News. In Graham Meikle, Guy Redden (Eds.), News Online: Transformations and Continuities, (pp. 99-114). Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Chan, J., Goggin, G., Bruce, J. (2010). Internet technologies and criminal justice. In Yvonne Jewkes and Majid Yar (Eds.), Handbook of Internet Crime, (pp. 582-602). United Kingdom: Willan Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2010). Official and unofficial mobile media in Australia: youth, panics, innovation. In Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson, Damien Spry (Eds.), Youth, Society and Mobile Media in Asia, (pp. 120-134). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2010). The Internet, Online and Mobile Communications and Culture. In Stuart Cunningham, Graeme Turner (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia: 3rd Edition, (pp. 237-258). Australia: Allen and Unwin.
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Cell Phone. In Hazel Clark, David Brody (Eds.), Design Studies: A Reader, (pp. 525-529). United Kingdom: Berg Publishers.
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Mobile Learning. In Joseph Zajda, Donna Gibbs (Eds.), Comparative Information Technology: Languages, Societies and the Internet, (pp. 65-78). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Mobile Learning: The Significance of New Mobile and Wireless Communications Technologies for Education. In Joseph Zajda, Donna Gibbs (Eds.), Comparative Information Technology: Languages, Societies and the Internet, (pp. 65-78). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Goggin, G., McLelland, M. (2009). The Internationalization of the Internet and its Implications for Media Studies. In Daya Kishan Thussu (Eds.), Internationalizing Media Studies, (pp. 294-307). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2009). The Question of Mobile Media. In Gerard Goggin, Larissa Hjorth (Eds.), Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media, (pp. 3-8). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Digital Media. In Helmut K Anheier, Yudhishthir Raj Isar (Eds.), Cultures and Globalization: The Cultural Economy, (pp. 241-252). United Kingdom: Sage Publications.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). El "Desarollo Atrofiado" de la Cultura Movil: El Extrano Caso de los Contenidos Moviles [Mobile Culture's Arrested Development?: The Strange Case of Mobile Content]. In Juan Miguel Aguado, Inmaculada J. Martinez (Eds.), Sociedad Movil: Tecnologia, Identidad y Cultura, (pp. 215-230). Spain: Biblioteca Nueva.
  • Goggin, G., McLelland, M. (2008). Internationalizing Internet Studies - Beyond Anglophone Paradigms. In Gerard Goggin, Mark McLelland (Eds.), Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms, (pp. 3-17). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2008). Mobile Messaging and the Crisis in Participation Television. In Maren Hartmann, Patrick Rossler, Joachim R. Hoflich (Eds.), After the Mobile Phone: Social Changes and the Development of Mobile Communication, (pp. 55-68). Germany: Frank & Timme GmbH.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Mobiles Becoming Media: Implications for Theorizing Telecommunications Convergence. In Kristof, N. (Eds.), Integration and Ubiquity: Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence, (pp. 205-212). Austria: Passagen Verlag.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The International Turn in Internet Governance: A World of Difference? In Gerard Goggin, Mark McLelland (Eds.), Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms, (pp. 48-61). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Blogging Said: Public intellectuals in the Internet age. In Ned Curthoys, Debjani Ganguly (Eds.), Edward Said: The Legacy of a Public Intellectual, (pp. 57-74). Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Cultural Studies of Mobile Communication. In James E. Katz (Eds.), Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, (pp. 353-366). United States: MIT Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2007). Disability and Online Culture. In Virginia Nightingale, Tim Dwyer (Eds.), New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence, (pp. 103-117). Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Digital Television: Dancing with the Stars, or Dancing in the Dark? In Andrew T Kenyon (Eds.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia, (pp. 27-53). Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Goggin, G., Noonan, T. (2006). Blogging Disability: The Interface Between New Cultural Movements and Internet Technology. In Axel Bruns, Joanne Jacobs (Eds.), Uses of Blogs, (pp. 161-172). United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Disabling Cell Phones. In Anandam P. Kavoori, Noah Arceneaux (Eds.), The Cell Phone Reader: Essays in Social Transformation, (pp. 155-172). United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Editing Minervas: William Godwin's Liminal Maneuvres in Mary Wollstonecraft's 'Wrongs of Woman'. In Marjorie Stone and Judith Thompson (Eds.), Literary Couplings: Writing Couples, Collaboraors and the Construction of Authorship, (pp. 81-99). Madison, WI: Wisconsin University Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Information Technology. In Gary L Albrecht (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Disability, (pp. 956-958). University of Illinois, Chicago, USA: Sage Publications.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Reclaiming Civility: Disability, Diversity and Human Rights. In Elisabeth Porter, Baden Offord (Eds.), Activating Human Rights, (pp. 219-238). United Kingdom: Peter Lang European Academic Publishers.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). The Internet, Online and Mobile Cultures. In Stuart Cunningham, Graeme Turner (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia: 2nd Edition, (pp. 259-278). Australia: Allen and Unwin.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Foucault on the Phone: Disability and the Mobility of Government. In Shelley Tremain (Eds.), Foucault and the Government of Disability, (pp. 261-277). USA: University of Michigan Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Antipodean Internet: Placing Australian Networks. In Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, (pp. 2-12). Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Clarke, R., Martin, F., Garton, A., Given, J., Goggin, G., Green, L., Lovink, G. (2004). Histories, trends, futures: Round table on the Australian Internet. In Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, (pp. 274-291). Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Net Acceleration: The Advent of Everyday Internet. In Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, (pp. 55-70). Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Digital Rainbows: Inventing the Internet in the Northern Rivers. In Helen Wilson (Eds.), Belonging in the Rainbow Region: Cultural Perspectives on the NSW North Coast, (pp. 227-246). Australia: Southern Cross University Press.

Journals

  • Goggin, G. (2015). Greame Turner's Television Books. Television and New Media, 16(1), 77-85. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Wadiwel, D. (2014). Australian disability reform and political participation. Australian Review of Public Affairs, September, 1-12.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). Facebook's Mobile Career. New Media and Society, 16(7), 1068-1086. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2014). Locative News: Mobile Media, Place Informatics, and Digital News. Journalism Studies, 15.
  • Lim, S., Goggin, G. (2014). Mobile Communication in Asia: Issues and Imperatives. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 19(3), 663-666. [More Information]
  • Albarran Torres, C., Goggin, G. (2014). Mobile Social Gambling: Poker's Next Frontier. Mobile Media & Communication, 2(1), 94-109. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2014). New Ideas for Digital Affordability: Is a Paradigm Shift Possible? Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, 2(2), 1-16.
  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2014). Political and Mobile Media Landscapes in Mexico: The Case of #yosoy132. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 28(1), 28-42. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2014). What's the Next Adventure for MIA? Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 150, 32-35.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Democratic Affordances: Politics, Media, and Digital Technology after WikiLeaks. Ethical Space: the international journal of communication ethics, 10(2/3), 6-14.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Youth Culture and Mobiles. Mobile Media & Communication, 1(1), 83-88. [More Information]
  • Given, J., Goggin, G. (2012). Australian internet histories: It's time. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 143(May 2012), 57-62.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Borderlands or Enclosures?: Technology, the University, and Cultural Studies. The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 34(1-2), 8-22. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Driving the Internet: Mobile Internets, Cars, and the Social. Future Internet, 4(1), 306-321. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Google phone rising: The Android and the politics of open source. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26(5), 741-752. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). List Media: The Telephone Directory and the Arranging of Names. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 15(5), 1-14.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Mobile phones: The new talking drums of everyday Africa and SMS uprising: Mobile activism in Africa. Ecquid Novi: African journalism studies, 33(2), 100-106.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). The eccentric career of mobile television. International Journal of Digital Television, 3(2), 119-140.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). The evolution of Australian mobile screens: New technology, new formats, new business models. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 6(3), 263-277. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Goggin, G. (2011). News diversity and broadband applications: Challenges for content and distribution. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(4), 65.1-65.11.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Ubiquitous Apps: Politics of Openness in Global Mobile Cultures. Digital Creativity, 22(3), 148-159. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2010). 'Laughing with/at the disabled': the cultural politics of disability in Australian universities. Discourse (Abingdon): studies in the cultural politics of education, 31(4), 469-481. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Crawford, K. (2010). Moveable Types: The Emergence of Mobile Social Media in Australia. Media Asia: an Asian mass communication quarterly operations index, 37(4), 224-231.
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Adapting the mobile phone: The iPhone and its consumption. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 23(2), 231-244. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Assembling Media Culture: The Case of Mobiles. Journal of Cultural Economy, 2(1-2), 151-167. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Disability and the ethics of listening. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 23(4), 489-502. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Disability, Media, and the Politics of Vulnerability. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 19, 2-1-2-13.
  • Crawford, A., Goggin, G. (2009). Geomobile Web: Locative Technologies and Mobile Media. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(1), 97-109.
  • Goggin, G., Milne, C. (2009). Great Expectations?: Regulating for Users in the United Kingdom and Australia. Telecommunication Journal of Australia, 59(3), 47.1-47.15. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Clark, J. (2009). Mobile phones and community development: a contact zone between media and citizenship. Development in Practice, 19(4-5), 585-597. [More Information]
  • Lloyd, C., Rickard, S., Goggin, G. (2009). Placing Mobile Communication: Introduction. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(1).
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2009). Waiting to Participate: Introduction. Communication, Politics and Culture, 42(2), 1-5.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Bioethics, Disability, and the Good Life: Remembering Christopher Newell, 1964-2008. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 5(4), 235-238. [More Information]
  • Hjorth, L., Crawford, A., Goggin, G. (2008). From the Guest Editors: Introduction. Journal of Urban Technology, 15(3), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Crawford, K., Goggin, G. (2008). Handsome devils: mobile imaginings of youth culture. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 1(2), 1-12.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Innovation and Disability. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 11(3), 56-1-56-10.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Making the Australian Mobile in the 1990s: Creating Markets, Choosing Technologies. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 129(November), 80-90.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Opening up Literacy with the Digital Turn: Ideas from Mobiles. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 128(August), 88-94.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Regulating Mobile Content: Convergences and Citizenship. International Journal of Communications Law and Policy, 12(Winter), 140-160.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Reorienting the Mobile: Australasian Imaginaries. The Information Society, 24(3), 171-181. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Telecommunications, Ethics and Justice: A Tribute to Christopher Newell (1964-2008). Telecommunication Journal of Australia, 58(2-3), 19.1-19.2.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The mobile turn in universal service: prosaic lessons and new ideals. Info (Bingley): the journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media, 10(5-6), 46-58. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The Models and Politics of Mobile Media. FibrecultureJournal: internet theory criticism research, 12, 082 - 1-082 -6.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The Strange Death and Curious After-Lives of the Academic Journal. Australian Journal of Communication, 35(1), 89-94.
  • Annable, G., Goggin, G., Stienstra, D. (2007). Accessibility, Disability, and Inclusion in Information Technologies: Introduction. The Information Society, 23(3), 145-147. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2007). An Australian Wireless Commons? Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125(November), 118-130.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Introduction - Mobile Phone Cultures. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21(2), 133-135. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Learning: The Significance of New Mobiles and Wireless Communications Technologies for Education. Information Technology, Education and Society, 8(1), 49-66.
  • Spurgeon, C., Goggin, G. (2007). Mobiles into Media: Premium Rate SMS and the Adaptation of Television to Interactive Communication Cultures. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21(2), 317-329. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2007). Premium Rate Culture: The New Business of Mobile Interactivity. New Media and Society, 9(5), 753-770. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2007). The Business of Digital Disability. The Information Society, 23(3), 159-168. [More Information]
  • Gregg, M., Goggin, G. (2007). Wireless Technologies and Cultures: Towards An Agenda for Research. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125(November), 41-45.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Disability's Affect: or, Refugees, Communication and Community. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 38(2), 58-73.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Disability, Identity, and Interdependence: ICTs and New Social Forms (Editorial Comment). Information, Communication and Society, 9(3), 309-311. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Notes on the History of The Mobile Phone in Australia. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 38(3), 4-22.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). SMS Riot: Transmitting Race on a Sydney Beach, December 2005. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 9(1), 02-1-02-5.
  • Duncan, K., Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Don't Talk About Me.. Like I'm Not Here: Disability in Australian National Cinema. Metro, 146/147, 152-159.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Harvie Krumpet and the Ethics of Disability and Death. Dialogue Australasia.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Harvie Krumpet: Narrating the Ethics of Disability and Death. Interaction (Canberra), 18(3), 24-28.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Imagining Disability Tomorrow. Journal of Futures Studies, 10(2), 69-74.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Introduction Part 2: Technology & Disability: Ethics, Utility & Possibility. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(3), (2 pages).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Introduction: The Intimate Relations between Technology and Disability. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(2), (3 pages).
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Mobile Learning. Professional Educator, 4(1), 35-37.
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2005). Mobile Message Services and Communications Policy. Prometheus (Abingdon), 23(2), 181-193. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Mobile phone culture - machine gun fire and moan-tones!. On Line Opinion, April 2005.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Review of 'Parables for the Virtual: Movement, Affect, Sensation' by Brian Massumi. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 8(3), 395-396.
  • Cameron, L., Goggin, G. (2005). Utilisation of Mobile Phone Services: a Comparison between Regional and Metropolitan Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 55(1), 71-78.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Converging communications at the consumer crossroads. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 54(3), 56-62.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Disabled E-Nation: Telecommunications, Disability, and National Policy. Prometheus (Abingdon), 22(4), 411-422. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Fame and Disability: Christopher Reeve, Super Crips, and Infamous Celebrity. Media/Culture, 7(5), 1-6.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Mobile Text. Media/Culture, 7(1).
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review article: Thinking New Media. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 18(1), 138-144. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review of 'Australian Telecommunications Regulation' ed. Alasdair Grant, 3rd ed. Consumers Telecommunications Network Newsletter, 112, 224-225.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review of 'Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTS' ed. Leah A. Lievrouw and Sonia Livingstone (In press). Prometheus (Abingdon).
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review of 'The Devil in Silicon Valley: Northern California, Race, and Mexican Americans' by Stephen J. Pitti. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 110(February), 164-165.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Uniting the Nation? Disability, Stem Cells, and the Australian Media. Disability and Society, 19(1), 47-60. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). When tomorrow finally comes: Imagining disability. Australian Journal of Communication, 31(3), 111-115.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Broadband. Media/Culture, 6(4), 1-7.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Introduction: Diversity as if disability mattered. Australian Journal of Communication, 30(3), 1-5.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Media Studies - Disability. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 108(August), 157-168.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Prometheus Unbound: 20 Years of Communication Policy Research. Prometheus (Abingdon), 21(4), 487-496. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Questions for Australia's Internet history and its broadband future. On Line Opinion, (May 2003).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Reclaiming Citizenship: Biotechnology and the Civil Society. Australian Health Consumer, 2(Summer 2003-2004), 12-13.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Social Experiments in Telecommunications Networking: Rural Communities Online in 21st Century Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 53(2), 45-54.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society by Manuel Castells. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 108(August), 174-176.
  • Goggin, G., Lally, E. (2003). The Uses of the Internet. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 107(May 2003), 6-8.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Wiring the Country: Local Telecommunications and Australian Rural Communities. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 36(1), 34-47.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Conurban. Media/Culture, 5(5).
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Regional Lines of Flight: Telecommunications and Post-Metro Dreaming. Transformations (Atlanta): liberal arts in the digital age, 2.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Review of 'Technoculture: From Alphabet to Cybersex' by Lelia Green. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 102, 150-152.
  • Duncan, K., Goggin, G. (2002). Something in Your Belly - Fantasy, Disability and Desire in My One-Legged Dream Lover. Disability Studies Quarterly, 22.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). That most strange delusion: Exotic Pregnancies and Exoteric Revolutions in Percy Bysshe Shelley's The Revolt of Islam. Signatures, 5, C4.1-C4.25.
  • Goggin, G., Griff, C. (2001). Regulating for Content on the Internet: Meeting Cultural and Social Objectives for Broadband. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, Not Known(Not Known), Not Known-Not Known.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). Review of 'Deregulating Telecommunications: U.S. and Canadian Telecommunications, 1840-1997' by K.O. Wilson. Prometheus (Abingdon).
  • Goggin, G. (2001). Review of 'Prometheus Wired: The Hope for Democracy in the Age of Network Technology' by Darin Barney. Prometheus (Abingdon), 19, 397-400.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). The Digital Family at Work. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 34(Not known), Not known-Not known.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). The Ghost of Competition Promises Past? Consumers Telecommunications Network Newsletter, 51, 4-5.
  • Given, J., Goggin, G. (2000). Australian Telecommunications: Liberalising, Privatising, Reregulating. (Introduction to 'Australian Telecommunications' issue). Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources.

Edited Journals

  • Given, J., Goggin, G. (2012). New Zealand and Australian Internet Histories: Media International Australia. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, May.
  • Lloyd, C., Rickard, S., Goggin, G. (2009). Placing Mobile Communications: Australian Journal of Communication. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(1).
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2009). Waiting to Participate: Communication, Politics & Culture. Communication, Politics and Culture, 42(2).
  • Hjorth, L., Crawford, A., Goggin, G. (2008). Mobile Media and Urban Technology: Journal of Urban Technology. Journal of Urban Technology, 15(3).
  • Annable, G., Goggin, G., Stienstra, D. (2007). Accessibility and Inclusion in Information Technologies: The Information Society. The Information Society, 24(2).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2007). Disability, Identity, and Interdependence: ICTs and New Social Forms - Information, Communication & Society. Information, Communication and Society, 9(3).
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Phone Cultures: Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21(2).
  • Goggin, G., Gregg, M. (2007). Wireless Cultures and Technologies. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125.
  • Gregg, M., Goggin, G. (2007). Wireless Technologies and Cultures: Media International Australia. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125(November).
  • Goggin, G., Thomas, J. (2006). Histories of Mobile Telephony: Southern Review. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 2.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Technology and Disability: Disability Studies Quarterly. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(2 & 3).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Disability and Diversity: Australian Journal of Communication. Australian Journal of Communication, 30(3).
  • Goggin, G., Lally, E. (2003). The Uses of the Internet: Media International Australia. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 107(May).

Conferences

  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2013). #yosoy132: Mobile Technology, Political Practices, and Media Crises in the 2012 Mexican Presidential Elections. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Hutchinson, J. (2013). Mobile Internet's 'Creative Destruction': Implications for Global Mobile Policy, International Association for Communication Researchers. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Albarran Torres, C., Goggin, G. (2013). Mobile Social Gambling: Poker's Next Frontier. 10 years on: Looking forwards in mobile ICT research. ICA Communications and Technology Division Mobile Communications 10th Anniversary Pre-Conference Workshop, London School of Economics and Political Science: ICA Communications and Technology Division.
  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2012). #yosoy132: The 2012 Mexican election and the new materialities of global media. Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference 2012, University of Sydney: Cultural Studies Association of Australasia.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Mobile television: technology and cultural form. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, 2006 - Innovation: Challenging Media and Communication in the 21st Century, Adelaide, Australia: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). "Have Fun and Change the World": Moblogging, Mobile Phone Culture and the Internet. Blogtalk Downunder, Sydney: incsub (Incorporated Subversion).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Media Bios: or, Harvie Krumpet and the Ethics of Disability and Death. Communication at Work, the 2005 ANZCA conference, Christchurch, New Zealand: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Mobile Phone Culture and the Love of Text Messaging. Communication at Work, the 2005 ANZCA conference, Christchurch, New Zealand: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2004). Communications Policy at a Premium: SMS/MMS and the Politics of Convergence. 2004 Communications Research Forum.
  • Newell, C., Goggin, G., Astbrink, G., Raiche, H. (2004). Fostering Universal Access: Lessons from Telecommunications and Disability. Proceedings of Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology, United Kingdom: Springer.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Imagining Diversity: Disability and Australian Film. Designing Communication for Diversity.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Broadband or Ringbarked?: Community Networking and Rural Telecommunications Futures. Fifth Community Networking Electronic Networks - Building Community Conference.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2002). Communicating Disability: What's the Matter with Internet Studies? Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century conference.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2002). Privileged and Excluded Voices: Disability, Biotechnology and Media Moments. Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Citizenship.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Rural Communities Online: Networking Consumers and Providers. 2002 Communications Research Forum.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2001). Disability, Technology and Representation: Twenty Years of Disabling Telecommunications. Disability with Attitude, Social Relations of Disability conference.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). Mate! Mate!: Australian Telecommunications and its Consuming Subjects, 1988-2001. Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association (ANZCA) Transdisciplinarity conference.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Goggin, G. (2005). After Telstra. Arena Magazine.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Calling the Shots. Sydney Morning Herald. Saturday (Icon).
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Need for new rules has a definite ring. Sydney Morning Herald.

Report

  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Goggin, G. (2011). Submission to DBCE Convergence Review.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Rural Communities Online: Networking to link Consumers to Providers.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2002). I've Hardly Come Across Anyone in the Film Industry with a Disability.

Research Reports

  • Lumby, C., Goggin, G. (2011). Review of Literature on Commercial Influence in News and Current Affairs Programs on Commercial Radio, March 2011, (pp. 1 - 55). Belconnen, Australia: Australian Communications and Media Authority.
  • Eardley, T., Bruce, J., Goggin, G. (2009). Telecommunications and Community Wellbeing: a review of the literature on access and affordability for low-income and disadvantaged groups, SPRC Report 09/09, (pp. 1 - 50). Sydney, Australia: Social Policy Research Centre: University of NSW.

2015

  • Goggin, G. (2015). Greame Turner's Television Books. Television and New Media, 16(1), 77-85. [More Information]
  • Wilken, R., Goggin, G. (2015). Locative Media. New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2015). Locative Media, Privacy, and State Surveillance in Mexico: The Case of the Geolocalization Law. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Locative Media, (pp. 148-161). New York: Routledge.
  • Wilken, R., Goggin, G. (2015). Locative Media: Definitions, Histories, Theories. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Locative Media, (pp. 1-19). New York: Routledge.

2014

  • Goggin, G., Wadiwel, D. (2014). Australian disability reform and political participation. Australian Review of Public Affairs, September, 1-12.
  • Ellis, K., Goggin, G. (2014). Disability and Social Media. In Jeremy Hunsinger, Theresa Senft (Eds.), The Social Media Handbook, (pp. 126-143). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). Facebook's Mobile Career. New Media and Society, 16(7), 1068-1086. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2014). Introduction: Mobile Media Research - State of the Art. In Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, (pp. 1-8). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2014). Locative News: Mobile Media, Place Informatics, and Digital News. Journalism Studies, 15.
  • Lim, S., Goggin, G. (2014). Mobile Communication in Asia: Issues and Imperatives. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 19(3), 663-666. [More Information]
  • Albarran Torres, C., Goggin, G. (2014). Mobile Social Gambling: Poker's Next Frontier. Mobile Media & Communication, 2(1), 94-109. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2014). Mobile Video: Spreading Stories with Mobile Media. In Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, (pp. 146-156). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2014). Moveable Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes. In Michal Glowacki, Lizzie Jackson (Eds.), Public Media Management for the Twenty-First Century: Creativity, Innovation, and Interaction, (pp. 40-58). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Hamilton, C. (2014). Narrative Fiction and Mobile Media after the Text-Message Novel. In Jason Farman (Eds.), The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies, (pp. 223-237). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). New Ideas for Digital Affordability: Is a Paradigm Shift Possible? Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, 2(2), 1-16.
  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2014). Political and Mobile Media Landscapes in Mexico: The Case of #yosoy132. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 28(1), 28-42. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2014). Smartphone Culture and Mobile Politics, Avant la Lettre. In Gerard Goggin, Alberto Cuenca, Eliezer des Santos and Antoni Abad (Eds.), Antoni Abas: megafone.net/2004-2014, (pp. 49-51). USA: Turner.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). The Internet, Online and Mobile Communication. In Stuart Cunningham, Sue Turnbull (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia, (pp. 247-267). Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2014). The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G. (2014). What's the Next Adventure for MIA? Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 150, 32-35.

2013

  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2013). #yosoy132: Mobile Technology, Political Practices, and Media Crises in the 2012 Mexican Presidential Elections. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Changing Media with Mobiles. In John Hartley, Jean Burgess, Axel Bruns (Eds.), A Companion to New Media Dynamics, (pp. 193-208). Malden, MA, USA: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Connecting Disability: New Modes of Participation and Engagement. In Paul M.A. Baker, Jarice Hanson, Jeremy Hunsinger (Eds.), The Unconnected: Social Justice, Participation and Engagement in the Information Society, (pp. 45-64). New York, United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Democratic Affordances: Politics, Media, and Digital Technology after WikiLeaks. Ethical Space: the international journal of communication ethics, 10(2/3), 6-14.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Hutchinson, J. (2013). Mobile Internet's 'Creative Destruction': Implications for Global Mobile Policy, International Association for Communication Researchers. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Albarran Torres, C., Goggin, G. (2013). Mobile Social Gambling: Poker's Next Frontier. 10 years on: Looking forwards in mobile ICT research. ICA Communications and Technology Division Mobile Communications 10th Anniversary Pre-Conference Workshop, London School of Economics and Political Science: ICA Communications and Technology Division.
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Sport and the Rise of Mobile Media. In Brett Hutchins, David Rowe (Eds.), Digital Media Sport: Technology, Power and Culture in the Network Society, (pp. 19-36). New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2013). Youth Culture and Mobiles. Mobile Media & Communication, 1(1), 83-88. [More Information]

2012

  • Goggin, G., Albarran Torres, C. (2012). #yosoy132: The 2012 Mexican election and the new materialities of global media. Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference 2012, University of Sydney: Cultural Studies Association of Australasia.
  • Given, J., Goggin, G. (2012). Australian internet histories: It's time. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 143(May 2012), 57-62.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Borderlands or Enclosures?: Technology, the University, and Cultural Studies. The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 34(1-2), 8-22. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Driving the Internet: Mobile Internets, Cars, and the Social. Future Internet, 4(1), 306-321. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Encoding Place: The Politics of Mobile Location Technologies. In Gerard Goggin, Rowan Wilken (Eds.), Mobile Technology and Place, (pp. 198-212). New York, United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Global Internets: Media Research in the New World. In Ingrid Volkmer (Eds.), Handbook of Global Media Research, (pp. 352-364). Chichester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Google phone rising: The Android and the politics of open source. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26(5), 741-752. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). List Media: The Telephone Directory and the Arranging of Names. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 15(5), 1-14.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Mobile phones: The new talking drums of everyday Africa and SMS uprising: Mobile activism in Africa. Ecquid Novi: African journalism studies, 33(2), 100-106.
  • Goggin, G., Wilken, R. (2012). Mobile Technology and Place. New York, United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Evers, C., Goggin, G. (2012). Mobiles, Men and Migration: Mobile Communication and Everyday Multiculturalism in Australia. In Leopoldina Fortunati, Raul Pertierra, Jane Vincent (Eds.), Migration, Diaspora, and Information Technology in Global Societies, (pp. 78-90). NY, United States: Routledge.
  • Wilken, R., Goggin, G. (2012). Mobilizing Place: Conceptual Currents and Controversies. In Gerard Goggin, Rowan Wilken (Eds.), Mobile Technology and Place, (pp. 3-25). New York, United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). New Technologies and the Media. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampsire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Given, J., Goggin, G. (2012). New Zealand and Australian Internet Histories: Media International Australia. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, May.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). Reading (with) the iPhone. In Pelle Snickars, Patrick Vonderau (Eds.), Moving Data: The iPhone and the Future of Media, (pp. 195-210). New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Goggin, G., Hamilton, C. (2012). Reading After The Phone: E-readers and Mobile Media. In Noah Arceneaux, Anandam Kavoori (Eds.), The Mobile Media Reader, (pp. 102-119). New York, United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). The eccentric career of mobile television. International Journal of Digital Television, 3(2), 119-140.
  • Goggin, G. (2012). The evolution of Australian mobile screens: New technology, new formats, new business models. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 6(3), 263-277. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2012). The iPhone and Communication. In Larissa Hjorth, Jean Burgess, Ingrid Richardson (Eds.), Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communication, and the iPhone, (pp. 11-27). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2011

  • Goggin, G. (2011). Disability, Mobiles and Social Policy: New Modes of Communication and Governance. In James Everett Katz (Eds.), Mobile Communication: Dimensions of Social Policy, (pp. 259-272). United States: Transaction Publishers.
  • Goggin, G., Crawford, K. (2011). Generation Disconnections: Youth Culture & Mobile Media. In Rich Ling, Scott W. Campbell (Eds.), Mobile Communication: Bringing Us Together And Tearing Us Apart, (pp. 249-270). New Brunswick, United States: Transaction Publishers.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Global Mobile Media. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Going Mobile. In Virginia Nightingale (Eds.), The Handbook of Media Audiences, (pp. 128-146). United States: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Goggin, G. (2011). News diversity and broadband applications: Challenges for content and distribution. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(4), 65.1-65.11.
  • Lumby, C., Goggin, G. (2011). Review of Literature on Commercial Influence in News and Current Affairs Programs on Commercial Radio, March 2011, (pp. 1 - 55). Belconnen, Australia: Australian Communications and Media Authority.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Goggin, G. (2011). Submission to DBCE Convergence Review.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Telephone Media: An Old Story. In David W. Park, Nicholas W. Jankowski, Steve Jones (Eds.), The Long History of New Media: Technology, Historiography, and Contextualizing Newness, (pp. 231-249). New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). The Intimate Turn of Mobile News. In Graham Meikle, Guy Redden (Eds.), News Online: Transformations and Continuities, (pp. 99-114). Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Goggin, G. (2011). Ubiquitous Apps: Politics of Openness in Global Mobile Cultures. Digital Creativity, 22(3), 148-159. [More Information]

2010

  • Goggin, G. (2010). 'Laughing with/at the disabled': the cultural politics of disability in Australian universities. Discourse (Abingdon): studies in the cultural politics of education, 31(4), 469-481. [More Information]
  • Chan, J., Goggin, G., Bruce, J. (2010). Internet technologies and criminal justice. In Yvonne Jewkes and Majid Yar (Eds.), Handbook of Internet Crime, (pp. 582-602). United Kingdom: Willan Publishing.
  • Goggin, G., Crawford, K. (2010). Moveable Types: The Emergence of Mobile Social Media in Australia. Media Asia: an Asian mass communication quarterly operations index, 37(4), 224-231.
  • Goggin, G. (2010). Official and unofficial mobile media in Australia: youth, panics, innovation. In Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson, Damien Spry (Eds.), Youth, Society and Mobile Media in Asia, (pp. 120-134). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2010). The Internet, Online and Mobile Communications and Culture. In Stuart Cunningham, Graeme Turner (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia: 3rd Edition, (pp. 237-258). Australia: Allen and Unwin.

2009

  • Goggin, G. (2009). Adapting the mobile phone: The iPhone and its consumption. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 23(2), 231-244. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Assembling Media Culture: The Case of Mobiles. Journal of Cultural Economy, 2(1-2), 151-167. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Cell Phone. In Hazel Clark, David Brody (Eds.), Design Studies: A Reader, (pp. 525-529). United Kingdom: Berg Publishers.
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Disability and the ethics of listening. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 23(4), 489-502. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Disability, Media, and the Politics of Vulnerability. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 19, 2-1-2-13.
  • Crawford, A., Goggin, G. (2009). Geomobile Web: Locative Technologies and Mobile Media. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(1), 97-109.
  • Goggin, G., Milne, C. (2009). Great Expectations?: Regulating for Users in the United Kingdom and Australia. Telecommunication Journal of Australia, 59(3), 47.1-47.15. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Mobile Learning. In Joseph Zajda, Donna Gibbs (Eds.), Comparative Information Technology: Languages, Societies and the Internet, (pp. 65-78). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Goggin, G. (2009). Mobile Learning: The Significance of New Mobile and Wireless Communications Technologies for Education. In Joseph Zajda, Donna Gibbs (Eds.), Comparative Information Technology: Languages, Societies and the Internet, (pp. 65-78). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Goggin, G., Clark, J. (2009). Mobile phones and community development: a contact zone between media and citizenship. Development in Practice, 19(4-5), 585-597. [More Information]
  • Lloyd, C., Rickard, S., Goggin, G. (2009). Placing Mobile Communication: Introduction. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(1).
  • Lloyd, C., Rickard, S., Goggin, G. (2009). Placing Mobile Communications: Australian Journal of Communication. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(1).
  • Eardley, T., Bruce, J., Goggin, G. (2009). Telecommunications and Community Wellbeing: a review of the literature on access and affordability for low-income and disadvantaged groups, SPRC Report 09/09, (pp. 1 - 50). Sydney, Australia: Social Policy Research Centre: University of NSW.
  • Goggin, G., McLelland, M. (2009). The Internationalization of the Internet and its Implications for Media Studies. In Daya Kishan Thussu (Eds.), Internationalizing Media Studies, (pp. 294-307). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2009). The Question of Mobile Media. In Gerard Goggin, Larissa Hjorth (Eds.), Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media, (pp. 3-8). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2009). Waiting to Participate: Communication, Politics & Culture. Communication, Politics and Culture, 42(2).
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2009). Waiting to Participate: Introduction. Communication, Politics and Culture, 42(2), 1-5.

2008

  • Goggin, G. (2008). Bioethics, Disability, and the Good Life: Remembering Christopher Newell, 1964-2008. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 5(4), 235-238. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Digital Media. In Helmut K Anheier, Yudhishthir Raj Isar (Eds.), Cultures and Globalization: The Cultural Economy, (pp. 241-252). United Kingdom: Sage Publications.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). El "Desarollo Atrofiado" de la Cultura Movil: El Extrano Caso de los Contenidos Moviles [Mobile Culture's Arrested Development?: The Strange Case of Mobile Content]. In Juan Miguel Aguado, Inmaculada J. Martinez (Eds.), Sociedad Movil: Tecnologia, Identidad y Cultura, (pp. 215-230). Spain: Biblioteca Nueva.
  • Hjorth, L., Crawford, A., Goggin, G. (2008). From the Guest Editors: Introduction. Journal of Urban Technology, 15(3), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Crawford, K., Goggin, G. (2008). Handsome devils: mobile imaginings of youth culture. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 1(2), 1-12.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Innovation and Disability. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 11(3), 56-1-56-10.
  • Goggin, G., McLelland, M. (2008). Internationalizing Internet Studies - Beyond Anglophone Paradigms. In Gerard Goggin, Mark McLelland (Eds.), Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms, (pp. 3-17). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., McLelland, M. (2008). Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms. United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Making the Australian Mobile in the 1990s: Creating Markets, Choosing Technologies. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 129(November), 80-90.
  • Hjorth, L., Crawford, A., Goggin, G. (2008). Mobile Media and Urban Technology: Journal of Urban Technology. Journal of Urban Technology, 15(3).
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2008). Mobile Messaging and the Crisis in Participation Television. In Maren Hartmann, Patrick Rossler, Joachim R. Hoflich (Eds.), After the Mobile Phone: Social Changes and the Development of Mobile Communication, (pp. 55-68). Germany: Frank & Timme GmbH.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2008). Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media. United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Mobiles Becoming Media: Implications for Theorizing Telecommunications Convergence. In Kristof, N. (Eds.), Integration and Ubiquity: Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence, (pp. 205-212). Austria: Passagen Verlag.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Opening up Literacy with the Digital Turn: Ideas from Mobiles. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 128(August), 88-94.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Regulating Mobile Content: Convergences and Citizenship. International Journal of Communications Law and Policy, 12(Winter), 140-160.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Reorienting the Mobile: Australasian Imaginaries. The Information Society, 24(3), 171-181. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2008). Telecommunications, Ethics and Justice: A Tribute to Christopher Newell (1964-2008). Telecommunication Journal of Australia, 58(2-3), 19.1-19.2.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The International Turn in Internet Governance: A World of Difference? In Gerard Goggin, Mark McLelland (Eds.), Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms, (pp. 48-61). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The mobile turn in universal service: prosaic lessons and new ideals. Info (Bingley): the journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media, 10(5-6), 46-58. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The Models and Politics of Mobile Media. FibrecultureJournal: internet theory criticism research, 12, 082 - 1-082 -6.
  • Goggin, G. (2008). The Strange Death and Curious After-Lives of the Academic Journal. Australian Journal of Communication, 35(1), 89-94.

2007

  • Annable, G., Goggin, G., Stienstra, D. (2007). Accessibility and Inclusion in Information Technologies: The Information Society. The Information Society, 24(2).
  • Annable, G., Goggin, G., Stienstra, D. (2007). Accessibility, Disability, and Inclusion in Information Technologies: Introduction. The Information Society, 23(3), 145-147. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2007). An Australian Wireless Commons? Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125(November), 118-130.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Blogging Said: Public intellectuals in the Internet age. In Ned Curthoys, Debjani Ganguly (Eds.), Edward Said: The Legacy of a Public Intellectual, (pp. 57-74). Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Cultural Studies of Mobile Communication. In James E. Katz (Eds.), Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, (pp. 353-366). United States: MIT Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2007). Disability and Online Culture. In Virginia Nightingale, Tim Dwyer (Eds.), New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence, (pp. 103-117). Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2007). Disability, Identity, and Interdependence: ICTs and New Social Forms - Information, Communication & Society. Information, Communication and Society, 9(3).
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Introduction - Mobile Phone Cultures. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21(2), 133-135. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Digital Television: Dancing with the Stars, or Dancing in the Dark? In Andrew T Kenyon (Eds.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia, (pp. 27-53). Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Learning: The Significance of New Mobiles and Wireless Communications Technologies for Education. Information Technology, Education and Society, 8(1), 49-66.
  • Goggin, G., Hjorth, L. (2007). Mobile Media. Australia: Department of Media and Communications, University of Sydney.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Phone Cultures. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G. (2007). Mobile Phone Cultures: Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21(2).
  • Spurgeon, C., Goggin, G. (2007). Mobiles into Media: Premium Rate SMS and the Adaptation of Television to Interactive Communication Cultures. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21(2), 317-329. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2007). Premium Rate Culture: The New Business of Mobile Interactivity. New Media and Society, 9(5), 753-770. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2007). The Business of Digital Disability. The Information Society, 23(3), 159-168. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Gregg, M. (2007). Wireless Cultures and Technologies. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125.
  • Gregg, M., Goggin, G. (2007). Wireless Technologies and Cultures: Media International Australia. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125(November).
  • Gregg, M., Goggin, G. (2007). Wireless Technologies and Cultures: Towards An Agenda for Research. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 125(November), 41-45.

2006

  • Goggin, G., Noonan, T. (2006). Blogging Disability: The Interface Between New Cultural Movements and Internet Technology. In Axel Bruns, Joanne Jacobs (Eds.), Uses of Blogs, (pp. 161-172). United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Cell Phone Culture: Mobile Technology in Everyday Life. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Disability's Affect: or, Refugees, Communication and Community. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 38(2), 58-73.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Disability, Identity, and Interdependence: ICTs and New Social Forms (Editorial Comment). Information, Communication and Society, 9(3), 309-311. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Disabling Cell Phones. In Anandam P. Kavoori, Noah Arceneaux (Eds.), The Cell Phone Reader: Essays in Social Transformation, (pp. 155-172). United States: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Editing Minervas: William Godwin's Liminal Maneuvres in Mary Wollstonecraft's 'Wrongs of Woman'. In Marjorie Stone and Judith Thompson (Eds.), Literary Couplings: Writing Couples, Collaboraors and the Construction of Authorship, (pp. 81-99). Madison, WI: Wisconsin University Press.
  • Goggin, G., Thomas, J. (2006). Histories of Mobile Telephony: Southern Review. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 2.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Information Technology. In Gary L Albrecht (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Disability, (pp. 956-958). University of Illinois, Chicago, USA: Sage Publications.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Mobile television: technology and cultural form. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, 2006 - Innovation: Challenging Media and Communication in the 21st Century, Adelaide, Australia: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). Notes on the History of The Mobile Phone in Australia. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 38(3), 4-22.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2006). Reclaiming Civility: Disability, Diversity and Human Rights. In Elisabeth Porter, Baden Offord (Eds.), Activating Human Rights, (pp. 219-238). United Kingdom: Peter Lang European Academic Publishers.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). SMS Riot: Transmitting Race on a Sydney Beach, December 2005. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 9(1), 02-1-02-5.
  • Goggin, G. (2006). The Internet, Online and Mobile Cultures. In Stuart Cunningham, Graeme Turner (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia: 2nd Edition, (pp. 259-278). Australia: Allen and Unwin.

2005

  • Goggin, G. (2005). "Have Fun and Change the World": Moblogging, Mobile Phone Culture and the Internet. Blogtalk Downunder, Sydney: incsub (Incorporated Subversion).
  • Goggin, G. (2005). After Telstra. Arena Magazine.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Calling the Shots. Sydney Morning Herald. Saturday (Icon).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Disability in Australia: Exposing a Social Apartheid. Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Duncan, K., Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Don't Talk About Me.. Like I'm Not Here: Disability in Australian National Cinema. Metro, 146/147, 152-159.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Foucault on the Phone: Disability and the Mobility of Government. In Shelley Tremain (Eds.), Foucault and the Government of Disability, (pp. 261-277). USA: University of Michigan Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Harvie Krumpet and the Ethics of Disability and Death. Dialogue Australasia.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Harvie Krumpet: Narrating the Ethics of Disability and Death. Interaction (Canberra), 18(3), 24-28.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Imagining Disability Tomorrow. Journal of Futures Studies, 10(2), 69-74.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Introduction Part 2: Technology & Disability: Ethics, Utility & Possibility. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(3), (2 pages).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Introduction: The Intimate Relations between Technology and Disability. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(2), (3 pages).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Media Bios: or, Harvie Krumpet and the Ethics of Disability and Death. Communication at Work, the 2005 ANZCA conference, Christchurch, New Zealand: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Mobile Learning. Professional Educator, 4(1), 35-37.
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2005). Mobile Message Services and Communications Policy. Prometheus (Abingdon), 23(2), 181-193. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Mobile phone culture - machine gun fire and moan-tones!. On Line Opinion, April 2005.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Mobile Phone Culture and the Love of Text Messaging. Communication at Work, the 2005 ANZCA conference, Christchurch, New Zealand: Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Need for new rules has a definite ring. Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Goggin, G. (2005). Review of 'Parables for the Virtual: Movement, Affect, Sensation' by Brian Massumi. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 8(3), 395-396.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2005). Technology and Disability: Disability Studies Quarterly. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(2 & 3).
  • Cameron, L., Goggin, G. (2005). Utilisation of Mobile Phone Services: a Comparison between Regional and Metropolitan Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 55(1), 71-78.

2004

  • Goggin, G. (2004). Antipodean Internet: Placing Australian Networks. In Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, (pp. 2-12). Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G., Spurgeon, C. (2004). Communications Policy at a Premium: SMS/MMS and the Politics of Convergence. 2004 Communications Research Forum.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Converging communications at the consumer crossroads. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 54(3), 56-62.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Disabled E-Nation: Telecommunications, Disability, and National Policy. Prometheus (Abingdon), 22(4), 411-422. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Fame and Disability: Christopher Reeve, Super Crips, and Infamous Celebrity. Media/Culture, 7(5), 1-6.
  • Newell, C., Goggin, G., Astbrink, G., Raiche, H. (2004). Fostering Universal Access: Lessons from Telecommunications and Disability. Proceedings of Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology, United Kingdom: Springer.
  • Clarke, R., Martin, F., Garton, A., Given, J., Goggin, G., Green, L., Lovink, G. (2004). Histories, trends, futures: Round table on the Australian Internet. In Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, (pp. 274-291). Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Mobile Text. Media/Culture, 7(1).
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Net Acceleration: The Advent of Everyday Internet. In Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, (pp. 55-70). Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review article: Thinking New Media. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 18(1), 138-144. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review of 'Australian Telecommunications Regulation' ed. Alasdair Grant, 3rd ed. Consumers Telecommunications Network Newsletter, 112, 224-225.
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review of 'Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTS' ed. Leah A. Lievrouw and Sonia Livingstone (In press). Prometheus (Abingdon).
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Review of 'The Devil in Silicon Valley: Northern California, Race, and Mexican Americans' by Stephen J. Pitti. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 110(February), 164-165.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). Uniting the Nation? Disability, Stem Cells, and the Australian Media. Disability and Society, 19(1), 47-60. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2004). Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia. Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2004). When tomorrow finally comes: Imagining disability. Australian Journal of Communication, 31(3), 111-115.

2003

  • Goggin, G. (2003). Broadband. Media/Culture, 6(4), 1-7.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Digital Disability: The Social Construction of Disability in New Media. United States: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Digital Rainbows: Inventing the Internet in the Northern Rivers. In Helen Wilson (Eds.), Belonging in the Rainbow Region: Cultural Perspectives on the NSW North Coast, (pp. 227-246). Australia: Southern Cross University Press.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Disability and Diversity: Australian Journal of Communication. Australian Journal of Communication, 30(3).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Imagining Diversity: Disability and Australian Film. Designing Communication for Diversity.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Introduction: Diversity as if disability mattered. Australian Journal of Communication, 30(3), 1-5.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Media Studies - Disability. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 108(August), 157-168.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Prometheus Unbound: 20 Years of Communication Policy Research. Prometheus (Abingdon), 21(4), 487-496. [More Information]
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Questions for Australia's Internet history and its broadband future. On Line Opinion, (May 2003).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2003). Reclaiming Citizenship: Biotechnology and the Civil Society. Australian Health Consumer, 2(Summer 2003-2004), 12-13.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Rural Communities Online: Networking to link Consumers to Providers.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Social Experiments in Telecommunications Networking: Rural Communities Online in 21st Century Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 53(2), 45-54.
  • Goggin, G. (2003). The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society by Manuel Castells. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 108(August), 174-176.
  • Goggin, G., Lally, E. (2003). The Uses of the Internet. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 107(May 2003), 6-8.
  • Goggin, G., Lally, E. (2003). The Uses of the Internet: Media International Australia. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 107(May).
  • Goggin, G. (2003). Wiring the Country: Local Telecommunications and Australian Rural Communities. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 36(1), 34-47.

2002

  • Goggin, G. (2002). Broadband or Ringbarked?: Community Networking and Rural Telecommunications Futures. Fifth Community Networking Electronic Networks - Building Community Conference.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2002). Communicating Disability: What's the Matter with Internet Studies? Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century conference.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Conurban. Media/Culture, 5(5).
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2002). I've Hardly Come Across Anyone in the Film Industry with a Disability.
  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2002). Privileged and Excluded Voices: Disability, Biotechnology and Media Moments. Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Citizenship.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Regional Lines of Flight: Telecommunications and Post-Metro Dreaming. Transformations (Atlanta): liberal arts in the digital age, 2.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Review of 'Technoculture: From Alphabet to Cybersex' by Lelia Green. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 102, 150-152.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). Rural Communities Online: Networking Consumers and Providers. 2002 Communications Research Forum.
  • Duncan, K., Goggin, G. (2002). Something in Your Belly - Fantasy, Disability and Desire in My One-Legged Dream Lover. Disability Studies Quarterly, 22.
  • Goggin, G. (2002). That most strange delusion: Exotic Pregnancies and Exoteric Revolutions in Percy Bysshe Shelley's The Revolt of Islam. Signatures, 5, C4.1-C4.25.

2001

  • Goggin, G., Newell, C. (2001). Disability, Technology and Representation: Twenty Years of Disabling Telecommunications. Disability with Attitude, Social Relations of Disability conference.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). Mate! Mate!: Australian Telecommunications and its Consuming Subjects, 1988-2001. Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association (ANZCA) Transdisciplinarity conference.
  • Goggin, G., Griff, C. (2001). Regulating for Content on the Internet: Meeting Cultural and Social Objectives for Broadband. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, Not Known(Not Known), Not Known-Not Known.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). Review of 'Deregulating Telecommunications: U.S. and Canadian Telecommunications, 1840-1997' by K.O. Wilson. Prometheus (Abingdon).
  • Goggin, G. (2001). Review of 'Prometheus Wired: The Hope for Democracy in the Age of Network Technology' by Darin Barney. Prometheus (Abingdon), 19, 397-400.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). The Digital Family at Work. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 34(Not known), Not known-Not known.
  • Goggin, G. (2001). The Ghost of Competition Promises Past? Consumers Telecommunications Network Newsletter, 51, 4-5.

2000

  • Given, J., Goggin, G. (2000). Australian Telecommunications: Liberalising, Privatising, Reregulating. (Introduction to 'Australian Telecommunications' issue). Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources.

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