Dr Richard Stanton

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Books

  • Stanton, R. (2013). Scorched Earth: The Deep Rupturing of Australian Society And its Failure to Meet the 21st Century. Sydney: Verandah Press.
  • Stanton, R. (2011). Do What They Like: The Media in the Australian Election Campaign 2010. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Stanton, R. (2007). All news is local: the failure of the media to reflect world events in a globalized age. Jefferson, North Carolina ; London: McFarland & Company.
  • Stanton, R. (2006). Media Relations. Oxford University Press.
  • Stanton, R. (2001). Innovation Management: Strategic positioning in a global and local world. Business to Business Publications.
  • Stanton, R., Phillipps, R. (2000). Public Relations: Precepts & Practice. Sydney: University of Western Sydney.
  • Stanton, R. (1999). When Your Partner Dies: Stories of Women Who Have Lost Their Husbands. St Leonards: Allen and Unwin.

Book Chapters

  • Stanton, R. (2012). Focus on Asian Public Relations Stakeholder Management. In Joy Chia, Gae Synnott (Eds.), An Introduction to Public Relations and Communication Management, (pp. 153-179). South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Stanton, R. (2012). Government Relations: Information, Influence and Political Success. In Joy Chia, Gae Synnott (Eds.), An Introduction to Public Relations and Communication Management, (pp. 286-311). South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Stanton, R. (2009). Media relations: avian influenza and the press. In Mark Sheehan and Robina Xavier (Eds.), Public Relations Campaigns, (pp. 216-234). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Stanton, R. (2009). On Mayhew: the demonization of soft power and the validation of the new citizen. In van Ruler, Betteke; Ihlen, Oyvind; Fredriksson, Magnus (Eds.), Public Relations and Social Theory: Key figures and Concepts, (pp. 212-230). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Journals

  • Stanton, R. (2008). Cheong and mateship: the socialization of media relations. Asian Social Science, 4(5), 27-36.
  • Stanton, R. (2006). Why governments have failed on global trading. On Line Opinion, 8 September 2006.
  • Stanton, R. (2005). Building media relationships: two-way panic. On Line Opinion, 15 November 2005.
  • Stanton, R. (2005). Two Plays: Watching Black Comedy After 9/11. On Line Opinion, 24 June 2005.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). Book review: Media, Politics and the Network Society. Australian Journal of Political Science, 40(2), 338-339.

Conferences

  • Stanton, R. (2006). Media Globalization: how the western media imagines news. International Political Science Association (IPSA) 20th Congress.
  • Stanton, R. (2005). Leon Mayhew and the Sociological Impact of Political Communication. International Communication Association.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). Issue Literacy Placement in Australian Television Drama: A case study of Neighbours and Home and Away. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association. Coin/Acoft.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). The Impact of Political Communication on Regional Communities. International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). The Sociological Impact of Political Communication in Regional Australia. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association. Coin/Acoft.
  • Stanton, R. (2003). Mezzanine Politics. International Communication Association.
  • Stanton, R. (2002). Mezzanine Politics. Australasian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, : Sydney University Press.
  • Stanton, R. (2001). Professional Communicators and the Means of Sociopolitical Influence. Australian Centre for Independent Journalism National Conference, The Public Right to Know, Sydney: University of Technology Sydney.

Reference Works

  • Stanton, R. (2014). Political Communication Research in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. In Gianpietro Mazzoleni (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Political Communication. London: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.

2014

  • Stanton, R. (2014). Political Communication Research in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. In Gianpietro Mazzoleni (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Political Communication. London: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.

2013

  • Stanton, R. (2013). Scorched Earth: The Deep Rupturing of Australian Society And its Failure to Meet the 21st Century. Sydney: Verandah Press.

2012

  • Stanton, R. (2012). Focus on Asian Public Relations Stakeholder Management. In Joy Chia, Gae Synnott (Eds.), An Introduction to Public Relations and Communication Management, (pp. 153-179). South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Stanton, R. (2012). Government Relations: Information, Influence and Political Success. In Joy Chia, Gae Synnott (Eds.), An Introduction to Public Relations and Communication Management, (pp. 286-311). South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.

2011

  • Stanton, R. (2011). Do What They Like: The Media in the Australian Election Campaign 2010. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

2009

  • Stanton, R. (2009). Media relations: avian influenza and the press. In Mark Sheehan and Robina Xavier (Eds.), Public Relations Campaigns, (pp. 216-234). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Stanton, R. (2009). On Mayhew: the demonization of soft power and the validation of the new citizen. In van Ruler, Betteke; Ihlen, Oyvind; Fredriksson, Magnus (Eds.), Public Relations and Social Theory: Key figures and Concepts, (pp. 212-230). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2008

  • Stanton, R. (2008). Cheong and mateship: the socialization of media relations. Asian Social Science, 4(5), 27-36.

2007

  • Stanton, R. (2007). All news is local: the failure of the media to reflect world events in a globalized age. Jefferson, North Carolina ; London: McFarland & Company.

2006

  • Stanton, R. (2006). Media Globalization: how the western media imagines news. International Political Science Association (IPSA) 20th Congress.
  • Stanton, R. (2006). Media Relations. Oxford University Press.
  • Stanton, R. (2006). Why governments have failed on global trading. On Line Opinion, 8 September 2006.

2005

  • Stanton, R. (2005). Building media relationships: two-way panic. On Line Opinion, 15 November 2005.
  • Stanton, R. (2005). Leon Mayhew and the Sociological Impact of Political Communication. International Communication Association.
  • Stanton, R. (2005). Two Plays: Watching Black Comedy After 9/11. On Line Opinion, 24 June 2005.

2004

  • Stanton, R. (2004). Book review: Media, Politics and the Network Society. Australian Journal of Political Science, 40(2), 338-339.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). Issue Literacy Placement in Australian Television Drama: A case study of Neighbours and Home and Away. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association. Coin/Acoft.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). The Impact of Political Communication on Regional Communities. International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Stanton, R. (2004). The Sociological Impact of Political Communication in Regional Australia. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association. Coin/Acoft.

2003

  • Stanton, R. (2003). Mezzanine Politics. International Communication Association.

2002

  • Stanton, R. (2002). Mezzanine Politics. Australasian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, : Sydney University Press.

2001

  • Stanton, R. (2001). Innovation Management: Strategic positioning in a global and local world. Business to Business Publications.
  • Stanton, R. (2001). Professional Communicators and the Means of Sociopolitical Influence. Australian Centre for Independent Journalism National Conference, The Public Right to Know, Sydney: University of Technology Sydney.

2000

  • Stanton, R., Phillipps, R. (2000). Public Relations: Precepts & Practice. Sydney: University of Western Sydney.

1999

  • Stanton, R. (1999). When Your Partner Dies: Stories of Women Who Have Lost Their Husbands. St Leonards: Allen and Unwin.

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