The ALP, the Greens and the Values Debate

Written by Terry Flew on July 15, 2012

Being based in Queensland, I can’t say that I pay a lot of attention to Victorian state politics. Its a bit like the AFL – I have some background knowledge because of the noise that’s around, but I can’t claim to follow it closely.

As a result, I don’t know much about the Victorian opposition leader, Daniel Andrews. I did, however, see him on today’s Insiders program, and would have to say that I was impressed.

Andrews was on with

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Media Classification

Written by Terry Flew on July 3, 2012

My summary paper of the ALRC National Classification Review, titled “Media Classification: Content Regulation and the Challenge of Convergent Media“, has now been published by Media International Australia.

The abstract is below:

This article outlines the key recommendations of the Australian Law Reform Commission’s review of the National Classification Scheme, as outlined in its report Classification – Content Regulation and Convergent Media (ALRC, 2012). It identifies key contextual factors that underpin the need for reform of media classification laws and policies,

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