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Projects

  • Assessing Communication for Social Change
    Assessing Communication for Social Change
    This action research project is being conducted from 2007 – 2011 by a team from Queensland University of Technology and the University of Adelaide in Australia in collaboration with its project partner Equal Access Nepal. The project is developing and testing an innovative and empowering approach to assessing the impacts of communication for development projects.
  • Eat, Cook, Grow: Ubiquitous Technology for Sustainable Food Culture in the City
    Eat, Cook, Grow: Ubiquitous Technology for Sustainable Food Culture in the City
    Eat, Cook, Grow: Ubiquitous Technology for Sustainable Food Culture in the City (2010-2012) Funding source: ARC Linkage grant Description: Raising people’s awareness of healthy and ecological food options with nutritional data and educational information does not foster a sustained practice towards a more environmentally friendly food culture. This study seeks to develop a better understanding […]
  • Governance, Human Capital & Regional Investment in China’s New Creative Clusters
    Governance, Human Capital & Regional Investment in China’s New Creative Clusters
    Governance, human capital and regional investment in China’s new creative clusters Funding source: ARC Discovery Project: 2008 – 2010 Creative clusters in China vary from large-scale urban developments to regional film and animation centres. The project examined cluster governance issues and how they impact on innovation. In transforming non-productive sectors of the Chinese creative economy, […]
  • Online@asia/pacific
    Online@asia/pacific
    Online@asia/pacific: A comparative study of online networks in the Asia-Pacific Funding source: ARC Discovery Online@asia/pacific takes an innovative comparative and longitudinal approach to gain new understandings of the dynamic convergences and divergences of online communities and their relationship to offline life. By conducting a 3-year cross-cultural comparative analysis of online networks and how they reflect […]
  • The role of lifestyle television in transforming culture, citizenship and selfhood: China, Taiwan, Singapore and India
    The role of lifestyle television in transforming culture, citizenship and selfhood: China, Taiwan, Singapore and India
    Funding source: ARC Discovery Project Research team:Tania Lewis (RMIT), Fran Martin (U Melbourne), Wanning Sun (UTS), Ramaswami Harindranath (U Melbourne) and John Sinclair (U Melbourne). Over the past decade or so, however, TV schedules around the world have undergone something of a lifestyle revolution on primetime television with advice television increasingly directed towards a broader […]