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Media, power and decadence: some disquieting trends

By Giovanni Navarria, University of Sydney and John Keane   While Australians face the possibility of the first-ever Senate by-election, as well as stormy sittings of a new parliament wrangling over the pro and cons of scrapping a carbon tax, 16,000 kilometres away,...

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02 November 2013
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Lunch and Dinner with Julian Assange, in Prison

Everybody warned this would be no ordinary invitation, and they were right. Three hundred metres from Knightsbridge underground station, just a stone’s throw from fashion-conscious Harrods, I suddenly encounter a wall of police. I try to remember my instructions. Look...

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18 February 2013
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Insights 2012: Silence, Power, Catastrophe

New Reasons Why Media and Democracy Matter in the Early Years of the Twenty-First Century Insights 2012: Inaugural Lecture Series, Thursday 31 May 2012 Listen to Audio video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Other related links:     -> John Keane Questions the Power of Silence -> Silence, Power, Catastrophe ->...

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31 May 2012
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The Hidden Media Powers that Undermine Democracy

  MEDIA & DEMOCRACY: On the final day of The Conversation’s series on how the media influences the way our representatives develop policy, John Keane examines how the relationships between politicians, journalists, lobbyists and the PR sector undermine democracy. [caption id="" align="aligncenter"...

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01 September 2011
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