Publications

Notley, T. 2020. ‘“Disaster coverage” in the news has overwhelmed young Australians in 2020.’ ABC Education website. December 15 2020.

Chitranshi, B. 2020. Young People and News Engagement in 2020. Survey Report. Western Sydney University, Queensland University of Technology and the Museum of Australian Democracy.

Notley, T., Dezuanni, M., Zhong, H.F. & Chambers, C. 2020, News and Australian Children in 2020: How young people access, perceive and are affected by news media, Research Report, Sydney, Western Sydney University and Queensland University of Technology.

Notley, T. & Dezuanni, M. 2020, ‘We live in an age of ‘fake news’. But Australian children are not learning enough about media literacy, The Conversation.

Notley, T. and Dezuanni, M. 2020, Media Literacy Framework, Western Sydney University and Queensland University of Technology.

Dezuanni, M., Notley, T. & Corser, K. 2020, News and Australian Teachers: How news media literacy is taught in the classroom. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology and Western Sydney University.

Notley, T. & Dezuanni, M. 2020, ‘3 ways to help children think critically about the news’, The Conversation.

Dezuanni, M., Notley, T. 2019, Studying the news through the Australian Curriculum: A brief guide for teachers. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology and Western Sydney University.

Dezuanni, M. 2019, ‘Use The News: In media arts or across the curriculum’, ABC Education website.

Dezuanni, M. 2019, ‘Use The News: In the English classroom’, ABC Education website.

Notley, T., Dezuanni, M. & Zhong, H.F. 2019, ‘The inclusion and representation of young people in the Australian news media’, Research report, Western Sydney University and Queensland University of Technology.

Notley, T. & Dezuanni, M. 2019, ‘On an average day, only 1% of Australian news stories quotes a young person. No wonder so few trust the media’, The Conversation.

Notley, T. & Dezuanni, M 2019, ‘Advancing children’s news media literacy: learning from the practices and experiences of young Australians’, Media, Culture & Society, 41(5): 689-707.

Notley, T., Dezuanni, M,, Zhong, H,F, & Howden, S. 2017, _ News and Australia’s children: how young people access, perceive and are affected by the news_ , Research Report, Sydney, Crinkling News, Western Sydney University and Queensland University of Technology.

Notley, T. & Dezuanni, M. 2017, ‘Most young Australians can’t identify fake news online’, The Conversation.

 

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