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What kind of future do Pacific Islanders want, and how are
they working to get there?
E-commerce is being touted by many as the way of the future
for business. Businesses are being told to "get online"
if they don't want to "get behind". While big business
may have the all necessary infrastructure in place to make
such a transition, how do small businesses, often with limited
resources, deal with this new revolution?
With the convergence of our TV's, radios, phones and computers,
the digital evolution is here. Find out what it will mean
in this 13 part radio series.
One of the powerful global forces of our time is communication.
The movement towards an interconnected global culture has
been called a 'revolution' no less. Alongside finance and
tourism, the communication industry looms as a symbol of progress
and hope in the post-industrial landscape.
Markets And The Economy
Making sense of our economic world. A radio and online project.
Interest in our version of liberal democracy has increased
in recent years. As the Constitutional Convention confirmed,
Australians are prepared for robust debate about their system
of democracy and the institutions which uphold it.
You Were Here
Wish You Were Here: Australian Tourism Studies takes a wide
perspective: from history to environmental impact; from workers
rights to regional development; from the 'spectacle' to Island
resorts. It will take listeners 'on-site' to some of Australia's
leading tourist destinations, presenting focused case-studies
of the local industry.
The series will provide an introduction to the the craft of
writing for both beginners and those with some experience,
and a fascinating insight into the creative process of practitioners
which should prove compelling for all viewers interested in
writers and writing.