Shawn Burns
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The politics of representing disability: Exploring news coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the National Disability Insurance Scheme
S Burns, B Haller
Asia Pacific Media Educator 25 (2), 262-277, 2015
162015
Diversity and journalism pedagogy: Exploring news media representation of disability
S Burns
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 71 (2), 220-230, 2016
132016
Media coverage of sport for athletes with intellectual disabilities: The 2010 Special Olympics national games examined
S Tanner, K Green, S Burns
Media International Australia 140 (1), 107-116, 2011
132011
Reimagining Australia via disability and media: Representation, access and digital integration
K Ellis, M Kent, S Hollier, S Burns, G Goggin
Coolabah, 94-111, 2018
82018
Experiential learning and journalism education: Special Olympics-a case study
S Tanner, K Green, S Burns
Australian Journalism Review 34 (2), 115-127, 2012
82012
An exploration of the adherence of journalists in Australia to established media guidelines on the depiction of people with disability
S Burns Mr
62011
Words matter: Journalists, educators, media guidelines and representation of disability
S Burns
Asia Pacific Media Educator, 277-283, 2010
62010
Experiential learning in the social and mobile-first student newsroom
S Burns
Asia Pacific Media Educator 27 (1), 118-137, 2017
52017
Do help-seeking behaviors influence the recovery of people with mental illness?
C Patterson, D Perlman, L Moxham, S Burns
Journal of psychosocial nursing and mental health services 57 (12), 33-38, 2019
42019
Enabling music and journalism students to respond positively to adversity in work after graduation: A reconsideration of conventional pedagogies
L Latukefu, S Burns, M O'Donnell, A Whelan
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 11 (1), 2, 2014
42014
Expert by experience involvement in mental health research: Developing a wellbeing brochure for people with lived experiences of mental illness
A Tapsell, KM Martin, L Moxham, S Burns, D Perlman, C Patterson
Issues in mental health nursing 41 (3), 194-200, 2020
32020
Ramp Up’s shut-down robs us of a needed voice on disability issues
S Burns
22014
Fire in the belly: Building resilience in creative practitioners through experiential and authentically designed learning environments
L Latukefu, M O'Donnell, SG Burns, JE Hayes, GN Ellmers, J Stirling
22013
The news we lose when we cut local newspapers
S Burns
12014
The role of special edition editorials in forging and maintaining links between newspapers and the communities they serve
S Tanner, S Burns, M O’Donnell
Rural Society 21 (2), 146-157, 2012
12012
Creating a dementia enabling university using a Knowledge Translation approach: Innovative practice
L Phillipson, R Fleming, K Swaffer, L Steele, L Sheridan, S Burns, ...
Dementia 20 (1), 355-363, 2021
2021
Student beliefs about their practice within a non-traditional mental health clinical placement
L Molloy, L Moxham, EK Taylor, R Brighton, C Patterson, D Perlman, ...
Nurse Education in Practice 47, 102836, 2020
2020
Examining mental health clinical placement quality using a self-determination theory approach
D Perlman, C Patterson, L Moxham, S Burns
Nurse education today 87, 104346, 2020
2020
Disability Advocacy in BBC’s Ouch and ABC’s Ramp Up
S Burns
The Routledge Companion to Disability and Media, 356-366, 2019
2019
Disability & Media Matters
S Burns
Shawn Burns, 2013
2013
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