Cert IV TAE, Dip Rel Stud, B.Bus (Comm), Grad Cert Ed, PhD, MBA
Adjunct Associate Professor
School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science
- Citizen Journalism
- New business models for Profitable Journalism
- Decision-making in Journalism
- Convergent Journalism and The User Experience
- Journalism and Remote Communities
- Journalism Studies
Most important research outputs:
- Cokley, J; Tilley, E; Hetherington, S; Angus, D; Taylor, A. (2017) ‘Parallel Worlds: A computerised textual analysis of abstracts published in major Journalism Studies journals 2000-2011’, Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, Intellect, Bristol
- Cokley, J; Rankin, W; McAuliffe, M; Heinrich, P; Hanrick, P (2016) ‘The ultimate edge: The case for planning media for sustaining space communities’ in Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations, edited by Taylor, A; Carson, D; Ensign, P; Huskey, L; Rasmussen, R, Edward Elgar Publishing
- Cokley, J (2015) Shopping News: What the Audience Does Before the News, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne
- Cokley, J., Gilbert, L., Jovic, L., & Hanrick, P. (2016). Growth of ‘Long Tail’ in Australian journalism supports new engaging approach to audiences. Continuum, 30(1), 58-74.
- Djerf-Pierre, M; Cokley, J; Kuchel, L (2015) ‘Framing renewable energy: a comparative study of newspapers in Australia and Sweden’, Environmental Communication Published online: Aug 2015
- Fisk, K., Fitzgerald, R., & Cokley, J. (2014). ‘Controversial new sciences in the media: Content analysis of global reporting of nanotechnology during the last decade’. Media International Australia, Incorporating Culture & Policy, (150), 156.
- Cokley, J., & Comrie, M. (2013). ‘People who move and need news: The economic and social value of providing digital journalism services for mobile and remote audiences’. Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, 1(1), 1.
- Cokley, J (2012) ‘A key performance indicator for journalists: The value of systems thinking for the field’, Telecommunications Journal of Australia, Vol 62, No 5 (2012)
- Cokley, J; Ranke, A (2011) ‘The Long Tail evident in journalism employment opportunities, but students unaware’, chapter in: Franklin, Bob & Mensing, Donica [eds] Journalism Education, Training and Employment, Routledge, NY.
- Cokley J, McAuliffe M, (2011) ‘Unexpected issues – and solutions – emerge from environmental manipulation strategy’, Journal of Futures Studies Special Edition August 2011, Issue II. ‘Teaching and Learning Futures and Foresight: Process’.
- Tilley, E., & Cokley, J. (2008) ‘Deconstructing the discourse of citizen journalism: Who says what and why it matters’, Pacific Journalism Review 14 (1), 94-114.
- 2013 (with Dr Wendy Doubé) Winner, Swinburne Innovation Cup $10,000
- 2011 University of Queensland Commendation for Programs that Enhance Learning, The PETS (Proactively Ensuring Team Success) Process, team member
- 2010 Visiting Research Fellowship, School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, Wales (September-November 2010)
- 2004 Innovative Multidisciplinary Research, James Cook University
- 2003 Winner, Early Career Researcher, Journalism Education Association
- 2001 Highly commended in the national Ericsson Innovation Awards 2001, team member
- Institute of Professional Editors
- Queensland Writers Centre
- Barcoo Independent, Blackall, 2003