Media & Communication

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Phubbing (phone snubbing) happens more in the bedroom than when socialising with friends

Thursday, 1 Nov 2018

CSU researcher Yeslam Al-Saggaf asked "have you ever been around people who spend more time looking at their phone than they do at you?" and reports some surprising and not-so-surprising results in The Conversation.

Schapelle, Schapelle: clever, insightful, funny

Monday, 24 Sep 2018

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As the headline act for CSU annual ‘SPRUNG Festival’ – a two-week theatrical event – Schapelle, Schapelle is a sensation.

Media reporting on women in the military is preserving a male dominated culture

Thursday, 26 Apr 2018

Writing in The Conversation, CSU sociology lecturer Donna Bridges discusses how women’s transition into the military has exposed the challenges of liberalising a male-dominated institution - the Australian Defence Force.

Where are the epic women’s coming of age screen stories?

Wednesday, 7 Jun 2017

In this article originally published in The Conversation, CSU literature academic Suzie Gibson questions the current position of women's 'coming of age' films in modern cinema.

Television - a 'sunset' industry

Thursday, 10 Oct 2013

When veteran news and current affairs director Mr Peter Meakin told Charles Sturt University (CSU) students that television is a 'sunset' industry, he wasn't referring to the time of day when most viewers tune in.

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