Available to supervise Higher Degree by Research students

20042018
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Biography

Kate Holland is a Senior Research Fellow in Communication and Media Studies at the University of Canberra. Her main current research project is an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award titled ‘Mediating Mental Health: An integrated approach to investigating media and social actors’. The project is examining media reporting of mental health issues and the views, experiences and media practices of mental health consumers, advocates, researchers and professionals, along with general community members and journalists. The qualitative research is drawing upon concepts of biocommunicability, mediatisation, media criticism and cultural studies of psychiatry.

Kate’s other research interests include health journalism, anti-obesity campaigns and fat politics, social practice theory, mad studies, anti-stigma campaigns, disease mongering, the consumer/survivor/ex-patient movement, health activism and resistance, critical public health, and disability studies. Her research has been published in journals such as Journalism Studies, Journalism, Communication Research & Practice, Social Semiotics, Health, Risk & Society, Journal of Sociology, Journal of Risk Research, Qualitative Health Research and Qualitative Inquiry.

Kate is currently vice-chair of the Health Communication and Change working group of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) and prior to that was co-chair 2010-2015.

Student Projects Available

I am currently available to supervise Higher Degree by Research Students in the following areas (subject to faculty/institute capacity and approval):

Health news and journalism

Media and public understandings of health issues

Public health communication

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Canberra

Bachelor, University of Canberra

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Projects 2005 2017

Research Output 2004 2018

Australian Media Messages: Critical Discourse Analysis of Two Intimate Homicides Involving Domestic Violence

Easteal, P., Holland, K., Breen, M. D., Vaughan, C. & Sutherland, G. Jul 2018 In : Violence Against Women. p. 1-22 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

domestic violence
discourse analysis
homicide
news
offense
2 Citations
news value
journalist
news
mental health
Health

‘To the horror of experts’: reading beneath scholarship on pro-ana online communities

Holland, K., Dickson, A. & Dickson, A. 2018 In : Critical Public Health. 28, 5, p. 522-533 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Reading
Psychiatry
Ethnopsychology
Public Health
Public Health Practice
2 Citations

Exploring Australian journalism discursive practices in reporting rape: The pitiful predator and the silent victim

DUNNE BREEN, M., EASTEAL, P., HOLLAND, K., Sutherland, G. & Vaughan, C. 2017 In : Discourse Communication. 11, 3, p. 241– 258 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

rape
journalism
news
Crime
violence