Mr Wayne Murphy
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
Wayne Murphy is a graduate James Cook and Murdoch Universities where he studied English literature, communication and cultural studies.
Early in his career he taught English, French and social science at various high schools in North Queensland before working as a curriculum writer and executive officer for Education Queensland.
His first academic posting was to the University of New England in Armidale. He has also taught at Bond University before moving to QUT in 2007, where he currently teaches courses in political and professional communication.
Wayne has presented and published papers on Australian popular culture and political communication, as well as short stories and verse.
Other Language, Literature and Culture
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- MA (Murdoch University)
- Master of Education (James Cook Uni. of North Qld)
- Bachelor of Eduction (James Cook Uni. of North Qld)
- Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) (University of Queensland)
Professional memberships and associations
- Murphy W, (2008) Another mango season . [Textual].
- Murphy W, Mitropoulos M, (2002) The last Post?: tracking the Australasian to Aussie Post, 1864-2002, Australian Journalism Review, 24 (2), pp. 133-149.
- Murphy W, (2008) Book review: Young, Sally (ed. ), Government Communication in Australia, Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, 128, pp. 168-169.
- Kabanoff B, Murphy W, Brown S, Conroy D, (2001) The DICTION of Howard and Beazley: What Can Computerized Content Analysis Tell Us About the Language of Our Political Leaders, Australian Journal of Communication, pp. 85-102.