Media Innovation & Disruption, written by leading journalists, academics and media executives, explores the demise of the old crumbling traditional media models, fragmented audiences and declining investor interest and the rise of new disruptive media technology, which is creating new markets and investor value.
The book looks backward, takes a realistic view of the present and peeks into the future. It explores the wealth of opportunity and creativity which is emerging in the media innovation and disruption landscape. The many challenges in this new landscape, including the growth and influence of social media, are also discussed by the authors: Margaret Simons, Sue Green, Michelle Guthrie, Andrew Jaspan, Denise Ryan Costello, Tim Dunlop, Penny O’Donnell, Matthew Ricketson, Bill Birnbauer, Belinda Barnet, Andrew Dodd and Julian Thomas.
This book is about your rights and those of others. The chapters in Humane Rights,
written by leading advocates, academics and jurists, cover rights in Australia and Internationally. They are challenging and demand much attention. We should all be greatly concerned about the issues discussed in this book by Michael Kirby, Julian Burnside, Kelley Johnson, Gillian Triggs, Kate Auty,
Ian Lowe, Gareth Evans, Spencer Zifcak, Phoebe Wynn-Pope, Pip Ross and John Riordan.
Dancing in the Rain: Living With NCDs is an optimistic book about preventing and living with noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), those burgeoning global illnesses that affect millions of people each year such as cancers, chronic respiratory diseases, mental illnesses, obesity, cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes. In our modern world with unprecedented access to high energy foods and sedentary lifestyles, the medical, social, economic and environmental issues associated with these conditions deeply concern our public health leaders, in the rich and poor countries.
Dancing in the Rain highlights that living with NCDs is like dancing in falling rain; you get wet but life can still be a lot of fun. The second part of the book features writing by young people; winners of the Future Leaders writing awards.
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Individual chapters in Future Leaders publications are available to download.
Writing by winners of the Future Leaders writing awards are available to download.