Research and Scholarship

Books

Flew, T. 2012, The Creative Industries, Culture and Policy, Sage, London.

Flew, T. 2007, Understanding Global Media, Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Reviewers have described this book as follows:

‘Nobody has surveyed the phenomenon more thoroughly, or explored its nature and implications with greater clarity, than Terry Flew. This book has established him as the authority on global media – as something of a global brand in himself.’ – Andrew Crisell, European Journal of Communication, 23:1, 2008.

This book has been translated into Polish by Jagiellonian University Press, Krakow, Poland, and into Arabic by Dar Annashr Lilgamiat (The Publishing House for Universities), Cairo, Egypt.

Flew, T. 2008, New Media: An Introduction, Oxford University Press, Melbourne (3rd Edition – previous editions 2002 and 2005).

This book has sold over 9,000 copies across three editions, in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, the United States, Britain, China and Southern Africa. New Media was nominated for The Australian’s Excellence in Educational Publishing Awards in 2003. I have commenced discussions with OUP about a fourth edition to be published in 2013. The third edition is currently being used for a trial in academic publishing for the iPad being conducted by Professor Jeff Brand at Bond University.

Reviews have described this book as follows:

New Media: An Introduction is a timely and informative book, and is thorough, readable and authoritative … It is both an excellent introduction to the political economy of new media … but is also goes beyond its titular introductory aims: its accessible and clearly presented material should be as useful for new media researchers as teachers.’ Seth Giddings, Convergence: International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 13:1, 2007.

In Press

Hartley, J., S. Cunningham, T. Flew, M. Keane and J. Potts (eds.), Key Concepts in the Creative Industries, Sage, London.

To be published in November 2012.

Flew, T (ed.), Creative Industries and Urban Development: Creative Cities in the 21st Century, Routledge, London.

To be published in October 2012.

Under Contract

Flew, T., Global Creative Industries, Cambridge, Polity.

Flew, T. and Cunningham, S., Media Economics, Palgrave, Basingstone.

Book Chapters

  1. 1. Flew, T. and Gibson, M., 2012, ‘Melbourne and Brisbane: The Claims of Suburbs’, in M. Hoelscher (ed.), Cultural Policy and Governance in a New Metropolitan Age, The Cultures and Globalization Series, Volume 5. Series editors H. K. Anheier and Y. Raj Isar, Thousand Oaks, Sage, pp. 494-510.
  2. Flew, T. and Wilson, J., 2012, ‘Wikileaks and the Challenge of the “Fifth Estate”’, in M. Ricketson (ed.), Australian Journalism Today, Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 170-183.
  3. 3. Flew, T., 2011, ‘Media as Creative Industries: Conglomeration and Globalization as Accumulation Strategies in an Age of Digital Media’, in D. Winseck and D. Y. Jin (eds.), The Political Economies of Media: The Transformation of the Global Media Industries, London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 84-100.
  4. Flew, T., 2010, ‘New Media Policies’, in M. Deuze (ed.), Managing Media Work, Los Angeles, Sage, pp. 59-72.
  5. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Creative Clusters and Universities: The Cluster Concept in Economics and Geography’, in M. Peters and D. Araya (eds.), Education in the Creative Economy, New York, Peter Lang, pp. 75-90.
  6. Flew, T. and Harrington, S., 2010, ‘Television’, in S. Cunningham and G. Turner (eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia, 3rd Edition, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 155-172.
  7. Flew, T., 2009, ‘A Citizen Journalism Primer’, in S. Patel (ed.), Citizen Journalism, Hyderabad: IFCAI Press, pp. 1-19.
  8. Flew, T., 2008 ‘Cultural and Creative Industries’, in G. Hearn, D. Rooney and D. Wright (eds.), Knowledge Policy: Foresight for the 21st Century, eds.  Edward Elgar, Aldershot, pp. 59-69.
  9. Flew, T. 2008, ‘Music, Cities and Cultural and Creative Industries Policy’, in G. Bloustien, S. Luckman and M. Peters (eds.), Sonic Synergies: The Place of Music in the Creative Knowledge Economy, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 7-16.
  10. Flew, T., 2006, ‘Media and Citizenship: Historical and Contemporary Debates’, in A.-V. Anttiroiko and M. Malika (eds.), Encyclopedia of Digital Government, Idea Publishing, Hershey, PA, pp. 914-918.
  11. Flew, T., Hearn. G., and Leisten, S., 2006, ‘Alternative Systems for Intellectual Property in the Global Creative Economy’, in P. Thomas and J. Servaes (eds.), Communications, Intellectual Property and the Public Domain in the Asia-Pacific Region: Contestations and Consensus, Sage, Delhi, pp. 226-240.
  12. Flew, T. and Gilmour, C. 2005, ‘Television and Pay TV’, in S. Cunningham and G. Turner (eds.), The Media in Australia, 4th Edn., Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 175-192.
  13. Flew, T. and McElhinney, S. 2005, ‘Globalization and New Media Industry Structures’, in L. Lievrouw and S. Livingstone (eds.), Handbook of New Media (updated student edition), Sage, London, pp. 287-306.
  14. Flew, T. 2005, ‘Hawaii Five-O’, in H. Newcomb (ed.), Encyclopedia of Television, 2nd Edn., 4 vols., Routledge, New York, pp. 1068-1069.
  15. Flew, T. 2005, ‘Creative Economy’, in J. Hartley (ed.), Creative Industries, Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 344-360.
  16. Flew, T. 2004, ‘Media and Communication’, in R. Wissler, B. Haseman, S-A. Wallace and M. Keane (eds.), Innovation in Australian Arts, Media and Design: Fresh Challenges for the Tertiary Sector, Flaxton Press, Sydney, pp. 111-122.
  17. Flew, T., and Cunningham, S., 2004, ‘Australian Television’, in J. Sinclair (ed.), Contemporary World Television, British Film Institute, London, pp. 63-66.
  18. Flew, T. 2004, ‘A Medium for Mateship: Commercial Talk Radio in Australia’, in A. Crisell (ed.), More Than a Music Box, Bergham Press, Oxford, pp. 229-246.
  19. Flew, T. 2003, ‘Creative Industries and the New Economy’, in G. Argyrous and F. Stilwell (eds.), Political Economy as a Social Science, Pluto Press, Sydney, 2nd Edn, pp. 309-314.
  20. Flew, T. 2003, ‘Television, Regulation and Citizenship in Australia’, in P. Kitley (ed.), Television, Regulation and Civil Society in Asia, RoutledgeCurzon, London, pp. 146-164.
  21. Flew, T. 2002, ‘Broadcasting and the Social Contract’, in M. Raboy (ed.), Global Media Policy in the New Millennium, University of Luton Press, Luton, pp. 113-129.
  22. Flew, T., and McElhinney, S. 2002, ‘Globalization and the Structure of New Media Industries’, in L. Lievrouw and S. Livingstone (eds.), The Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTs., Sage, London, pp. 304-319.
  23. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S. 2002, ‘Forms of Knowledge: Policy’, in T. Miller (ed.), Television Studies, ed. BFI Press, London.
  24. Flew, T., and Cunningham, S., 2002 ‘Policy’, in Media and Communication in Australia (3rd Edn.), eds. S. Cunningham and G. Turner, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, pp. 48-64.
  25. Flew, T., 2002 ‘Television and Pay TV’, in Media and Communication in Australia (3rd Edn.), eds. S. Cunningham and G. Turner, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, pp. 173-187.
  26. Flew, T. 2001, ‘The “New Empirics” in Internet Studies and Comparative Internet Policy’, in Fibreculture Reader: Politics of a Digital Present, eds. H. Brown, G. Lovink, H. Merrick, N. Rossiter, D. Teh and M. Willson, Fibreculure Publications, Melbourne: 105-114.
  27. Flew, T., and Cunningham, S. 2001, ‘Thank You Very Much and Good Luck: Media’ in Globalisation: Australian Impacts, eds. Evatt Foundation, Sydney, UNSW Press: 77-96.
  28. Flew, T. and Spurgeon, C. 2000, ‘Pay, Community and Digital TV’, in The Australian Television Book, eds. S. Cunningham and G. Turner, Allen & Unwin, Sydney: 69-85.
  29. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S. 2000, ‘Dewesternising Australia? Media Systems and Cultural Coordinates’, in Dewesternising Media Studies, eds. J. Curran and M.-J. Park, Routledge, London: 221-236.
  30. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S. 1997, ‘Media Policy’, in Government, Politics, Power and Policy in Australia, eds. A. Parkin, J. Summers and D. Woodward, Longman, Melbourne: 468-485.
  31. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S. 1997, ‘Media Futures’, in The Media in Australia (2nd edn.), eds. S. Cunningham and G. Turner, Allen & Unwin, Sydney:  395-440.
  32. Flew, T. 1997, ‘Homicide’, in Encyclopedia of Television, Volume 2, ed. H. Newcomb, 3 vols., Chicago, Fitzroy Dearborn: 786-787.
  33. Flew, T. 1995, ‘Images of Nation: Economic and Cultural Aspects of Australian Content Regulations for Commercial Television’, in Public Voices, Private Interests: Australia’s Media Policy, eds. J. Craik, J.-J. Bailey and A. Moran, Allen & Unwin, Sydney: 73-85.

Edited Publications

  1. Flew, T., Gibson, M., Collis, C. and Felton, E., 2012 (forthcoming), ‘Creative Suburbia: Cultural Research and Suburban Geographies’, special issue of International Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 15 No. 4, July.
  2. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Communications Research in Australia and New Zealand’, edited collection of papers in Media International Australia, No. 136.
  3. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Creative Industries and Urban Development’, special issue of The Information Society, Vol. 26 No. 2, April.
  4. Flew, T., 2009, ‘The Special Broadcasting Service After 30 Years’, edited collection of papers in Media International Australia, No. 133.
  5. Flew, T., 2009, Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2009, available at http://www.anzca09.org/.
  6. Flew, T., 2005, ‘Creative Commons and the Creative Industries’, special issue of Media and Arts Law Review, Vol. 10 No. 4, December.
  7. Flew, T., and Gibson, M., 2004, ‘Creativity and the “New Humanism”’, special issue of Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2.
  8. Flew, T., Hatcher, C., and Jacobs, J. (eds.), 2003, ANZCA03: Designing Communications for Diversity, Australia and New Zealand Communications Association Conference Proceedings, available at http://www.bgsb.qut.edu.au/conferences/ANZCA03/Proceedings/main.htm.
  9. Flew, T., Hippocrates, C. and Sternberg, J. (eds.) 1999, ‘Media Wars: Media Studies and Journalism Education’, special issue of Media International Australia, No. 90, February.
  10. Flew, T. (ed.), 1998, ‘New Media and Borderless Education’, special issue of Australian Universities Review, Vol. 41 No. 2.
  11. Flew, T., Hawkins, G. and Jacka, E. (eds.) 1993, ‘The Policy Moment’, special issue of Media Information Australia, No. 73, August.

Refereed Journal Articles

Under Review

Forthcoming

  1. Flew, T., 2012, ‘Creative Suburbia: Rethinking Urban Cultural Policy – The Australian Case’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 15 No. 4, July.
  2. Flew, T., A. Daniel, C. Spurgeon and A. Swift 2012, ‘The Promise of Computational Journalism’, Journalism Practice, Vol. 6 No. 2, April.
  3. Flew, T., Collis, C. and Freebody, S., 2012, ‘Seeing the Outer Suburbs: Addressing the Urban Bias in Creative Place Thinking’, Regional Studies (forthcoming).

Published

  1. Flew, T., 2012, ‘Michel Foucault’s The Birth of Biopolitics and Contemporary Neo-Liberalism Debates’, Thesis Eleven: Critical Theory and Historical Sociology Vol. 108 No. 1, pp. 42-63.
  2. Flew, T., Daniel, A., Spurgeon, C. and Swift, A., 2011, ‘Convenience, Loyal, and Customising Users: A survey of the behaviours and intentions of young online news users in Australia’, Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 33 No. 2, pp. 99-112.
  3. Flew, T., and Liu, B. 2011, ‘Globally Networked Public Spheres? The Australian Media Reactions to Wikileaks’, Global Media Journal-Australian Edition, Vol. 5 No. 1. Available at http://www.commarts.uws.edu.au/gmjau/v5_2011_1/flew_liu_RA.html.
  4. Flew, T., 2011, ‘Culture and Creative Industries in Australia’, Taiwanese Journal of WTO Studies, Vol. 18, pp. 1-24. Available at http://www.wtostudy.nccu.edu.tw/publication/wtojn18/wtojn18[1].html.
  5. Flew, T., 2011, ‘Right to the City, Desire for the Suburb?’, M/C Journal Vol. 14 No. 4, August. Available at http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewArticle/368.
  6. Flew, T., 2011, ‘Is journalism best located in the creative arts or as a communication discipline?’, Australian Journalism Review Vol. 33 No. 1, June, pp. 35-39.
  7. Flew, T., 2011 ‘Economic Prosperity, Suburbanization and the Creative Workforce: Findings from Australian Suburban Communities’, Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and Extraurban Studies, Vol. 1 No. 2, May 2011, pp. 83-98.
  8. Flew, T., 2011, ‘Rethinking Public Service Media
    and Citizenship: Digital Strategies for News and Current Affairs at
    Australia’s Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)’, International Journal of Communication, Vol. 5, pp. 215-232. Available at http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/993/520 .
  9. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Cultural Economic Geography and Global Media Studies: The Rise of Asian Media Capitals?’, Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, Vol. 41 No. 1, pp. 35-49.
  10. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Comparative Communication Research: Australian and New Zealand Communication Research in an International Context’, Media International Australia, No. 136, September, pp. 5-12.
  11. Flew, T., E. Felton, M. Gibson, P. Graham and A. Daniel, 2010, ‘Resilient Creative Economies on the Urban Fringe’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 24 No. 4, pp. 619-630.
  12. Flew, T. and Wilson, J. 2010, ‘Journalism as Social Networking: The Australian youdecide Project and the 2007 Federal Election’, Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, Vol. 11 No. 2, pp. 131-147.
  13. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Towards a Cultural Economic Geography of Creative Industries and Urban Development: Introduction to the Special Issue on Creative Industries and Urban Development’, The Information Society, Vol. 26 no. 2, pp. 85-91.
  14. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S. 2010, ‘Creative Industries after a Decade of Debate’, The Information Society, Vol. 26 no. 2, pp. 113-123.
  15. Flew, T., 2009. ‘Democracy, Participation and Convergent Media: Case Studies in Contemporary Online News Journalism in Australia’, Communications, Politics and Culture, Vol. 42 No. 2, pp. 87-109.
  16. Flew, T., 2009. ‘The Citizen’s Voice: Albert Hirschman’s Exit, Voice and Loyalty and its Contribution to Media Citizenship Debates’, Media, Culture and Society, Vol. 31 No. 6, pp. 977-994.
  17. Flew, T., 2009, The Special Broadcasting Service After 30 Years: Public Service Media and New Ways of Thinking about Media and Citizenship, Media International Australia, No. 133, pp. 9-14.
  18. Flew, T., 2009, ‘Beyond Globalisation: Rethinking the Scalar and the Relational in Global Media Studies’, Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, Vol. 3 No. 1, http://stc.uws.edu.au/gmjau/2009_3_1_toc.html.
  19. Flew, T., 2009, ‘The Cultural Economy Moment?’ Cultural Science, Vol. 2 No. 1, http://cultural-science.org/journal/index.php/culturalscience/article/view/23/79.
  20. Flew, T. and Wilson, J. 2008, ‘Citizen Journalism and Political Participation: The Youdecide 2007 Project and the 2007 Australian Federal Election’, Australian Journal of Communication, Vol. 35 No. 2, pp. 17-37.
  21. Flew, T. 2008, ‘Not Yet the Internet Election: Online News, Political Commentary and the 2007 Federal Election’, Media International Australia, No. 126, pp. 5-13.
  22. Flew, T. 2007, ‘Citizen Journalism: A Primer – When News Takes to the Internet’, Intermedia, Vol. 35 No. 5, December, pp. 30-38.
  23. Flew, T., Sternberg, J., and Adams, D., 2007, ‘Revisiting the “Media Wars” Debate’, Australian Journal of Communication, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 1-27.
  24. Flew, T, 2006, ‘The New Middle Class meets the Creative Class: The Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Creative Innovation in 21st Century China’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 419-429.
  25. Flew, T. 2006, ‘The Social Contract and Beyond in Broadcast Media Policy’, Television and New Media, Volume 7, No. 3, pp. 282-305.
  26. Flew, T. 2005, ‘Creative Commons and the Creative Industries’, Media and Arts Law Review, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 256-264.
  27. Flew, T. 2005, ‘Sovereignty and Software: Rethinking Cultural Policy in a Global Creative Economy’, International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 11 No. 3, pp. 243-259.
  28. Flew, T., Leisten, S., and Hearn, G. 2005, ‘Alternative Systems for Intellectual Property in the Digital Age’, Media International Australia, No. 114, pp. 87-98.
  29. Flew, T. 2004, ‘Critical Communications Research in Australia: From Radical Populism to Creative Industries’, Javnost/The Public, Vol. 11 No. 3, pp. 31-46.
  30. Flew, T. and Young, G. 2004, ‘E-Democracy, Online Journalism, and Social Capital Formation through On Line Opinion’, Australian Studies in Journalism, Vol. 13 No. 1, pp. 46-63.
  31. Flew, T. 2004, ‘Creativity, Cultural Studies and Service Industries’, Communications and Critical/Cultural Studies, Vol. 1 No.2, pp. 176-193.
  32. Flew, T. 2004, ‘Creativity, the ‘New Humanism’ and Cultural Studies’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 161-178.
  33. Flew, T. 2003, ‘Creative Industries: From the Chicken Cheer to the Culture of Services’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 17 No. 1, pp. 89-94.
  34. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S. 2002, ‘South of the West: Cultural Coordinates of the Australian Audiovisual System’, Quaderns del CAC, Issue 14, September-December (special issue on Globalisation, Audiovisual Industry and Cultural Diversity), pp. 45-52.
  35. Flew, T. 2002, ‘Educational Media in Transition: Broadcasting, Digital Media, and Lifelong Learning in the Knowledge Economy’, International Journal of Instructional Media, Vol. 29 No. 1, pp. 47-60.
  36. Flew, T. 2001, ‘From “taste and standards” to Structural Pluralism: Activism in the Australian media policy process’, Media International Australia, No. 99, May: pp. 35-48.
  37. Flew, T. 2000, ‘Down by Laws: Commercial Talkback Radio and the ABA “Cash-for-Comment” Inquiry’, Australian Screen Education, No. 123: 10-14.
  38. Flew, T. 1999, ‘The Virtual University: Mickey Mouse or Real Learning?’, Australian Quarterly, Vol. 71 No. 1: 34-41.
  39. Flew, T. and Sternberg, J. 1999, ‘Media Wars: Media Studies and Journalism Education’, Media International Australia, No. 90: 9-14.
  40. Flew, T. 1998, ‘No More “Critical Outsiders”? Media Studies and Journalism after Popular Reality’, UTS Review, Vol. 4 No. 2: 197-206.
  41. Flew, T. 1998, ‘Media Policy and Citizenship: Balancing Expertise and Participation in Australian Media Policy Formation’, International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 4 No. 2: 311-328.
  42. Flew, T. 1998, ‘Fast Times at Digital U: Technology and Markets in the West Report’, Australian Universities Review, Vol. 41 No. 2: 20-25.
  43. Flew, T. 1998, ‘From Censorship to Policy: Rethinking Media Censorship and Classification’, Media International Australia, No. 88, August: 89-98.
  44. Flew, T. 1998, ‘The Goldsworthy Report: Credibility and Australian Information Policy’, Media International Australia, No. 87, May: 15-22
  45. Flew, T. 1997, ‘Citizenship, Participation and Media Policy Formation’, Javnost/The Public, Vol. 4 No. 4: 87-102.
  46. Flew, T. 1997, ‘Cultural Regulation and Cultural Policy in the 1990s’, Culture and Policy, Vol. 8 No. 1: 171-180.
  47. Flew, T. 1997, ‘Cultural Materialism and Cultural Policy: Reassessing Raymond Williams’, Social Semiotics Vol. 7 No. 1: 5-19.
  48. Flew, T. 1997, ‘From Demountables to Foundations: Media Studies, Media Convergence and the Curriculum’, Metro Education No. 10: 22-27.
  49. Flew, T. 1996, Cultural Technologies and Media Studies’, Australian Journal of Communications, Vol. 23 No. 3: 39-53.
  50. Flew, T. 1995, ‘Pay TV and Broadcasting Diversity in Australia’, Media International Australia, No. 77, August: 130-138.
  51. Flew, T. 1994, ‘Broadcasting in a New Cultural Regime: The Case of Australian Television’, Media Information Australia, No. 73, August: 55-63.
  52. Flew, T. 1994, ‘Mongrels and Hybrids: Theorising Australian Television’, Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media and Culture, Vol. 8 No. 2: 30-7-322.
  53. Flew, T. 1994, ‘The Simpsons: Culture, Class, and Popular TV’, Metro, No. 97, Autumn: 26-34.
  54. Flew, T. 1992, ‘Policy Pitfalls: Reply to Stuart Cunningham’, Media Information Australia, No. 65, August: 87-91.
  55. Flew, T. 1991, ‘Foreign Ownership and Australian Content: Do They Matter?’, Media Information Australia, No. 62, November: 22-30.
  56. Flew, T. 1990, ‘Immigration, Class and Culture’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, No. 26, April: 122-128.
  57. Flew, T. 1989, ‘Takeovers and Mergers: The Economic Arguments’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, No. 25, October: 118-127.
  58. Flew, T. 1989, ‘The Limits to Political Unionism’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, No. 24, March: 77-99.

Refereed Conference Papers (selected)

  1. Flew, T. and Daniel, A., 2010, ‘Reportage of the UK MP expenses scandal: a case study of computational journalism’, in M. Armstrong and F. Papandrea (eds.), Proceedings of the Communications Policy & Research Forum, Sydney, 19-20 November.
  2. Flew, T., 2010, ‘What will the Apple iPad deliver for newspapers?’, in M. Armstrong and F. Papandrea (eds.), Proceedings of the Communications Policy & Research Forum,  Sydney, 19-20 November.
  3. Daniel, A., Flew, T. & Spurgeon, C., 2010, ‘The Promise of Computational Journalism’, in K. McCallum (ed.), Media Democracy and Change: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Canberra, July 7-9. ISBN 987-1-74088-319-1. Available at: http://www.proceedings.anzca10.org.
  4. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Public Broadcasters, Online News Media and Questions of ‘Voice’: Developments at Australia’s Special Broadcasting Service’, paper presented to Cultural Research and Political Theory:  New Intersections Preconference at International Communications Association 60th Annual Conference, Singapore, 22 June, 2010.
  5. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Cultural-Economic Geography and Asian Media Capitals’, paper presented to Association for Cultural Studies, Crossroads 2010, Lingnan University, Hong Kong SAR, June 17-21.
  6. Flew, T., 2010, ‘Challenges of Suburban Cultural Research: Can we Generalize from the Australian Case?’, paper presented to Association for Cultural Studies, Crossroads 2010, Lingnan University, Hong Kong SAR, June 17-21.
  7. Flew, T., C. Spurgeon and A. Daniel, 2009, ‘User Behaviours and Intentions in Digital Media in Australia’, in M. Armstrong and F. Papandrea (eds.), Proceedings of the Communications Policy & Research Forum, University of Technology, Sydney, 19-20 November.
  8. Flew, T. 2009. ‘Democracy, Participation, and Convergent Media: Case Studies in Contemporary Online News Journalism in Australia’, paper presented to Journalism in the 21st Century: Between Globalisation and National Identity, International Communications Association Regional Conference, 16-17 July, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
  9. Flew, T. 2009, ‘Online Media and User-Created Content: Case Studies in News Media Repositioning in the Australian Media Environment’, in T. Flew (ed.), Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association (ANZCA) Conference, ANZCA09: Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, July 8-10, 2009.
  10. Flew, T., A. Daniel and C. Spurgeon, 2009, ‘Consumer Trends in Digital News and Information in Australia’, in T. Flew (ed.), Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association (ANZCA) Conference, ANZCA09: Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, July 8-10.
  11. Flew, T. 2009. Online Media and User-Created Content: Case Studies in News Media Repositioning in the Australian Media Environment. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association (ANZCA) Conference, ANZCA09: Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, July 8-10, 2009.
  12. Flew, T., 2009, ‘Online Media and User-Generated Content: Case Studies in News Media Repositioning in the Australian Media Environment’, paper presented to Media after the Mass, European Management Association Annual Conference, 13-14 February, Paris, France.
  13. Flew, T., H. Lenffer and G. McClean 2008. User-generated content and the future of public broadcasting: a case study of the Special Broadcasting Service. Paper presented to Media, Communication and Public Speech. 2008 Conference of the Centre for Media and Communications Law, University of Melbourne, 20-21 November.
  14. Flew, T. and Wilson, J. 2008, ‘Journalism as Social Networking: The Australian youdecide Project and the 2007 Federal Election’, proceedings of the Communications Policy and Research Forum, Sydney, 29-30 September, pp. 47-61.
  15. Flew, T. 2008, ‘Rethinking Global Media: Creative Diversity and Media Dispersal’, paper presented to International Communications Association, 58th Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 24-28 May.
  16. Flew, T. 2007, ‘A Citizen Journalism Primer’, paper presented to Communications Policy Research Forum 2007, University of Technology, Sydney, 24-25 September.
  17. Flew, T., and Young, G., 2005, ‘From E-Government to Online Deliberative Democracy’, paper presented to International Conference on Engaging Communities, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 August. Available at www.getinvolved.qld.gov.au.
  18. Flew, T. 2004, ‘Global Media and the New Competition’, paper presented to Communication and Globalization, sponsored by the Centre for Global Media Studies, Red Lion Hotel, Seattle, WA, 16-17 July.
  19. Flew, T. 2004, ‘Sovereignty and Software: Rethinking Cultural Policy in a Global Creative Economy’, paper presented to Forum Barcelona 2004 – Communications and Cultural Diversity: The Dialogue, Barcelona, Spain, 24-27 May. Accessible at http://www.portalcomunicacion.com/dialeg/paper/pdf/3_flew.pdf.
  20. Flew, T. and Young, G.  2004, ‘“If they come, they will build it”: Managing and Building e-Democracy from the ground up’, Australian Electronic Governance Conference, University of Melbourne, 14-15 April. Accessible at http://www.public-policy.unimelb.edu.au/egovernance/ppts/IfTheyComeThey.pdf.
  21. Flew, T. 2002, ‘Beyond ad hocery: Defining Creative Industries’, International Conference on Cultural Policy Research ’02, Conference Proceedings Wellington, New Zealand, January 23-26.
  22. Flew, T. 2000, ‘Broadcasting and the Social Contract’, Proceedings of the Communications Research Forum, Canberra, 4-5 October.

Reports and Research Monographs

  1. Australian Law Reform Commission, 2012, Classification – Content Regulation and Convergent Media, ALRC Report 108, February 2012.
  2. Flew, T. and Daniel, A., 2010, Review of Apple iPad News Applications – New Media Services, Report for Smart Services Co-operative Research Centre, Sydney, October.
  3. Flew, T., Morrison, K. and Kastelle, T., 2010, Consumer Insights into the Use of Tablet Devices – New Media Services, Report for Smart Services Co-operative Research Centre, Sydney, September.
  4. Flew, T., Morrison, K. and Kastelle, T., 2010, Fairfax Internal Interviews: Report on Mobile and Internet Opportunities – New Media Services, Report for Smart Services Co-operative Research Centre, Sydney, September (NB: commercial-in-confidence).
  5. Flew, T. Bruns, A., Collis, C., Jackson, M., Luck, E., O’Donnell, J., Shelly, M. and Tsai, Y. 2009, Audience and Market Foresight: Trends and Foresight in Digital Media – State of the Art, Report for Smart Services Co-operative Research Centre, Sydney, February.
  6. Flew, T., Spurgeon, C. and Daniel, A. 2009, Audience and Market Foresight: Consumer Use of Digital News and Information in Australia, Report for Smart Services Co-operative Research Centre, Sydney, September.
  7. Flew, T., Ching, G., Stafford, A., and Tacchi, J. 2001, Music Industry Development and Brisbane’s Future as a Creative City, Brisbane, Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, November.
  8. Cunningham, S., Ryan, Y., Stedman, L., Tapsall, S., Bagdon, K., Flew, T., Coaldrake, P. 2000 The Business of Borderless Education, DETYA Evaluation and Investigations Program (EIP), AGPS, March.
  9. Flew, T., Spurgeon, C. and May, H. 2000, Report on Casting in Australian Commercial Television Drama, Brisbane, Centre for Media Policy and Practice.
  10. Cunningham, S., Tapsall, S., Stedman, L., Ryan, Y., Bagdon, K., and Flew, T.  1997, New Media and Borderless Education: A Review of the Convergence between Global Media Networks and Higher Education Provision, DEETYA Evaluation and Investigations Program (EIP), AGPS, December.
  11. Flew, T. 1994, Financing, Programming and Diversity in Australian Television, Communications Law Centre Occasional Paper No. 8, Communications Law Centre, Sydney.
  12. Flew, T. 1993, Television Economics, Recent Cultural Theory and Broadcasting Policy: Drawing the Connections, CIRCIT Working Paper 1993/3, Centre for International Research on Communications and Information Technology, Melbourne.

Reviews and Other Publications (selected)

  1. Flew, T., 2011, Book Review: Jeremy Tunstall, The Media Were American: U.S. Mass Media in Decline, Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation 29(1), March, pp. 59-61.
  2. Flew, T., 2010, Book Review: Stuart Cunningham, In the Vernacular: A Generation of Australian Culture and Controversy, Television and New Media 11(4), pp. 325-328.
  3. Flew, T., 2010, Book Review: Brett, Christophers, Envisioning Media Power: On Capital and Geographies of Television, Economic Geography 86(2): 229-230.
  4. Flew, T. and S. Cunningham, 2010, ‘Are Innovation and Creative Industries Policy Converging?’, Australian R&D Review, April, pp. 26-27.
  5. Flew, T., 2008, Review of New Cultural Studies: Adventures in Theory, eds. G. Hall and C. Birchall, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 22 No. 3, pp.  435-439.
  6. Flew, T., 2005, ‘Creative Industries and Commerce: Old and New Debates’, Artworkers, March, pp. 13-14.
  7. Flew, T., 2005, ‘Book Review: Sean Nixon, Advertising Cultures’, Australasian Marketing Journal 13(1), pp. 68-70.
  8. Flew, T., 2005, ‘Book Review: Party Games: Australian Politicians and the Media from War to Dismissal’, Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism 6(1), pp. 120-122.