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  • Graham, Caroline and Stevenson, Kylie (2022). ‘It doesn’t feel right to say how much I enjoyed this’: Listener perspectives on ethics in true crime podcasts. Australian Journalism Review, 44 (2), 211-228. doi: 10.1386/ajr_00104_1 

  • Ricketson, M. & Graham, C. (2019) The state of feature writing today. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 28(2), 205-217,

  • Graham, C. (2018) A DIY, project-based approach to teaching data journalism. Asia Pacific Media Educator (Special Issue: Data Journalism – Practice, problems and pedagogy), 28(1), 1-11,

  • Graham, C. (2017) How to teach data journalism to the data-terrified. Walkley Magazine, 88, 16-17. Digital edition available:

  • Graham, C. (2015) By the Numbers: Data journalism projects as a means of teaching political investigative reporting. Asia Pacific Media Educator, Special Issue: Teaching Political Journalism, 25(2), 247-261,

  • Johnston, J. & Graham, C. (2013) Shifting patterns in Australian newspaper writing styles: results of a longitudinal study. Australian Journalism Review, 35(2), 117-131.

  • Graham, C. & Goedjen, T. (2013) Thin Top End. In Rendle-Short, F. & Carlin, D. TEXT, Special Issue: Nonfiction Now,

  • Graham, C. & Mathis, K. (2013) Frape, Stalking and Whores: Semantics and Social Narrative on Facebook. In Edri, S. and Krikowa, N. (eds.) Crossing Channels, Crossing Realms: Immersive worlds and transmedia narratives. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

  • Mathis, K. & Graham, C. (2013) Communities of Memory: Reflections on toga speeches as collective storymaking. in Stansbie, L. & Borlescu, A. (eds.) Reflections on Narrative: Interdisciplinary storytelling. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

  • Graham, C. (2012). Real-life: Authentic journalism assessment, student motivation and active learning. In K. Wood, D. Knight & S. Kinash (Eds.) Scholarship of teaching and learning at Bond: Fostering early career research, 2, 94- 105. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia: Office of Learning and Teaching, Bond University.

  • Johnston, J., & Graham C. (2011). The new, old journalism: Narrative writing in contemporary newspapers. Journalism Studies, 13(4), 517-533.

  • Pearson, M. & Graham, C. (2010). Suppression orders: Reskilling journalists and the judiciary. Australian Journalism Review, 32(1), 97-114.


  • Graham, C. (2019, March) 'The future of books' (panel chair); Somerset Storyfest. 

  • Graham, C. (2018, September) 'Storytelling with sound' (professional workshop); Women in Media Conference.

  • Graham, C. (2017, September) ‘It’s a Writers’ Life for Me’ (panel chair); Brisbane Writers' Festival.

  • Johnston, J. & Graham, C. (2013, June) Narrative news in the Australian press: an endangered species in the changing media space. Paper Presented at the Journalism Research and Education section of the IAMCR conference, Dublin, Ireland.

  • Graham, C. & Mathis, K. (2012, September) Semantics and social narrative on Facebook. Paper Presented at the Immersive Worlds and Transmedia Narrative conference,, Salzburg, Austria.

  • Mathis, K. & Graham, C. (2012, September) Communities of Memory: Reflections on toga speeches as collective storymaking. Paper Presented at the Storytelling 2 conference,, Salzburg, Austria.

  • Power, M. & Graham, C. (2012, October) What’s interpersonal about Facebook interactions with brands? Paper Presented at the Third Asian Conference on Media and Mass Communication, Osaka, Japan.

  • Power, M. & Graham, C. (2011, July) Friends with benefits: The motivations and outcomes of passive Facebook use. Paper presented at ANZCA conference, Waikato, New Zealand.

  • Pearson, M. & Graham, C. (2009, November) Suppression orders, the journalist and the judiciary. Paper presented at the Journalism Education Australia Conference, Perth, Australia.

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