Dr Andrew King
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyAndrew is a Lecturer in Media and Communication in QUT’s Creative Industries Faculty at QUT, and has worked as a teacher and researcher in both Thailand and Myanmar. He recently coordinated the offshore top-up degree program in Hong Kong.
- Relationships and dating
- Evolutionary approaches to consumption
Andrew has written extensively about relationships in the media, Myanmar popular culture and is currently writing a book about scientific and popular approaches to dating. He occasionally uses this research to provide dating advice for men.
Andrew currently co-ordinates a number of undergraduate units, including the introductory courses about media and communication, media in a globalised world and the advanced level subjects on media audience research.
Other Studies in Creative Arts and Writing, Film, Television and Digital Media
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Film & TV (Queensland University of Technology)
- King A, (2013) A history of popular Indigenous music. In B Wheeler, A companion to Australian Aboriginal literature, Camden House p187
- King A, (2011) Media Education Goes to School: Young People Make Meaning of Media and Urban Education [Book Review], Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy p170
- King A, (2011) [Book Review] Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media, Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy p169
- King A, (2011) Advertising and celebrity endorsement in Burma, p
- King A, (2010) 'Black is beautiful', and Indigenous: Aboriginality and authorship in Australian popular music, Continuum, 24 (4) p533
- King A, (2005) Reconciling Nicci Lane: The 'Unspeakable' Significance of Australia's First Indigenous Porn Star, Continuum, 19 (4) p523