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Cunningham, Stuart

Stuart Cunningham has written extensively on creative industries and innovation. He is Professor at the ARC Centre of Excellence at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and is currently chair of CHASS (the Council for Humanities and Social Sciences). Internationally renowned, he has been author or editor of Framing Culture (1992), New Patterns in Global Television (1996), Australian Television and International Mediascapes (1996), Floating Lives: The Media and Asian Diasporas (2001), The Australian TV Book (2001) and The Media and Communications in Australia (4th ed, 2006). He has previously edited the ‘Cultural and Media Policy’ book series for UQP.
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Hidden Innovation: Policy, Industry and the Creative Sector

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The latest book in the internationally acclaimed Creative Economy series

$35.00

In The Vernacular: A Generation Of Australian Culture And Controversy

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In the Vernacular brings together important works, written over a twenty-year period, from one of Australia’s leading scholars of media, culture and policy. It argues that industrial and social trends in media, communications and culture are outstripping the academic frameworks that were erected to deal with them, and provides a way forward that connects the discipline to the career outlooks and prospects of students – the future of the field.

$45.00