I have assessed the following doctoral theses:
- Jackie Cook, ‘Dangerously radio/active: self and social space in Australian talk radio’, School of Communications, Design and Media, University of Western Sydney, 2003.
- Kylie Jarrett, ‘Windows™ Shopping; Deconstructing the Empowered E-Commerce Consumer’, Division of Communication, Education and New Media, University of South Australia, 2004.
- Sherman Young, ‘An Evaluation of Online Services Regulation in Australia’, Department of English, Media Studies and Art History, University of Queensland, 2004.
- Marion McCutcheon, ‘Is Australian Pay TV Meeting its Promise?’, School of Media, Communication and Culture, Murdoch University, 2007.
- Christopher Moore, Don’t Panic! An Unhurried Critique of Copyright and the Potential for Alternatives, School of Social Sciences and Communication, University of Wollongong, 2007.
- Lynne Spender, Digital Culture, Copyright Maximalism, and the challenge to Copyright Law, University of Western Sydney, 2009.
- Thomas Apperley, “Global Rhythms: Videogames and the Transformation of Play”, Department of Media and Communications, University of Melbourne, 2010.
- Deborah Hickling, “From ‘Cultural Institution’ to ‘Cultural Industry’: Television in Jamaica and Ghana 1997-2009’, University of the West Indies, 2010.
- Xiufang Li, ‘Reading the Contemporary Giant: China’s Images in the ABC’s Current Affairs Programs in the Early Twenty-First Century’, Department of Media, music, Communication and Cultural Studies, Macquarie University, 2011.
- Peter Adams, ‘Household Adoption of Technology – the case of high-speed broadband in Australia’, Charles Sturt University, 2011.
I have also examined Masters theses for the Faculty of Art, Design and Communication (RMIT), 1999; School of Media and Information (Curtin), 2001; Faculty of Business, QUT, 2001, 2002, 2003; School of Humanities, Communications and Social Sciences (Monash), 2010; Creative Industries Faculty (QUT), 2010.