Mia Lindgren
Mia Lindgren
Professor and Dean of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities at Swinburne University of Technology
Verified email at swin.edu.au
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Personal narrative journalism and podcasting
M Lindgren
Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media 14 (1), 23-41, 2016
802016
Understanding media publics and the antimicrobial resistance crisis
M Davis, A Whittaker, M Lindgren, M Djerf-Pierre, L Manderson, P Flowers
Global Public Health 13 (9), 1158-1168, 2018
342018
Not dead yet: Emerging trends in radio documentary forms in Australia and the US
M Lindgren, SA McHugh
282013
Conceptualising journalism as research: two paradigms.
M Lindgren, G Phillips
Australian Journalism Review 33 (2), 2011
242011
Journalism as research: Developing radio documentary theory from practice
M Lindgren
Murdoch University, 2011
232011
For the lifestyle and a love of creativity: Australian students’ motivations for studying journalism
F Hanusch, K Clifford, K Davies, P English, J Fulton, M Lindgren, ...
Media International Australia 160 (1), 101-113, 2016
222016
The role of journalism on YouTube: audience engagement with" Superbug" reporting
M Djerf-Pierre, M Lindgren, MA Budinski
Media and Communication 7 (1), 235-247, 2019
182019
Portal Pedagogy: From interdisciplinarity and internationalization to transdisciplinarity and transnationalization
N Monk, S McDonald, S Pasfield-Neofitou, M Lindgren
London Review of Education 13 (3), 62-78, 2015
182015
Australian broadcast journalism 2nd ed.
G Phillips, M Lindgren
Oxford University Press, 2006
182006
'This Australian life': the Americanisation of radio storytelling in Australia
M Lindgren
Australian Journalism Review 36 (2), 63, 2014
172014
Podcast review and criticism: A forum
M Hilmes, M Lindgren
The Radio Journal: international studies in broadcast and audio media 14 (1 …, 2016
102016
Radio journalism as research–a Ph. D. model
M Lindgren
Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media 12 (1-2 …, 2014
102014
Asbestos memories: Journalistic ‘mediation’in mediated prospective memory
M Lindgren, G Phillips
Memory in a mediated world, 158-175, 2016
92016
Listening to trauma: Journalistic challenges of interviewing and telling stories of asbestos
M Lindgren
Australian Journalism Review 34 (2), 33-44, 2012
82012
Australian journalism students' professional views and news consumption: Results from a representative study
F Hanusch, K Clifford, K Davies, P English, J Fulton, M Lindgren, ...
Australian Journalism Review 37 (1), 5-19, 2015
72015
Radio reinvented: the enduring appeal of audio in the digital age
M Lindgren, G Phillips
Australian Journalism Review 36 (2), 5-9, 2014
72014
The Australian broadcast journalism manual
G Phillips, M Lindgren
Oxford University Press, 2002
72002
Reconstructing Identity: A Transdisciplinary Approach
N Monk, M Lindgren, S McDonald, S Pasfield-Neofitou
Springer, 2017
62017
Autoethnographic journalism: subjectivity and emotionality in audio storytelling
M Lindgren
Reconstructing Identity, 183-206, 2017
42017
Balancing personal trauma, storytelling and journalistic ethics: a critical analysis of Kirsti Melville's The Storm
M Lindgren
RadioDoc Review 2 (2), 8, 2015
42015
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