Friday, June 25, 2021

Kathryn Shine

Kathryn Shine
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I am the Discipline Lead for Journalism at Curtin University, where I have been employed since 2005. Previously, I worked as a journalist for a range of media outlets including The Australian, The Sun Herald and The Eye. Research interests include the inclusion and portrayal of women in the news and the journalist/source relationship. I also have a particular interest in news coverage of education and have regularly published in this area, including as co-author of Schoolteachers in the News (Cambria Press, 2013). I've been a member of the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australian (JERAA) national executive since 2019.

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