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Researcher: Konkes, C (Dr Claire Konkes)

Fields of Research

Media Studies
Journalism Studies
Learning Sciences
Curriculum and Pedagogy Theory and Development
History and Philosophy of Science (incl. Non-historical Philosophy of Science)
Sociology and Social Studies of Science and Technology
Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Higher Education

Research Objectives

The Media
Learner and Learning Processes
Pedagogy
Workforce Transition and Employment
Publishing and Print Services (incl. Internet Publishing)
Education and Training Systems
Teacher and Instructor Development

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A freelance-based foreign exchange programme: Tasmanian students’ professional development on WORLDREP; Australian Journalism Review
Avoiding click-hate: lessons for the terror trial: Interview with David Williams
Bender’s choice: Tasmanian salmon, from farm to court
Friday Forum: Interview with Leon Compton
Geert by sea
Green lawfare: environmental public interest litigation and mediatized environmental conflict; Environmental Communication
Incomplete knowledge, rumour and truth seeking: when conspiracy theories become news; Journalism Studies
Justice, politics and the social usefulness of news; Crime, Media, Culture: an international journal
New Clark MP Madeleine Ogilvie’s PR tactics labelled ‘bizarre’: Interview with James Kitto
Sex Crimes, Cover-Ups and Conspiracy Theories; Sex and Journalism: Critical, Global Perspectives
Talking Point: Treating journalism as a crime
The Age of Consent: News, crime and public debate
The Great Barrier Reef: News media, policy and the politics of protection; International Communication Gazette
The ‘Rosie Batty effect’ and the framing of family violence in Australian news media; Journalism Studies
When law is mightier than the pen

Research Projects

Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) for Higher Education: How do we teach what we know?; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
What is knowable in science and elsewhere? A cross-disciplinary approach to distinguishing science from scientism.; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision