Staff profile - Toija Cinque

Dr Toija Cinque

Position: Senior Lecturer
role description
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Arts & Education
Department: School of Communication & Creative Arts
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Phone: +61 3 92517470 +61 3 92517470



  • Doctor of Philosophy, Monash University, 2007
  • Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2012




Teaching Interests

ALC101 Making Sense of Text, Image and Meaning
ALC102 Making Sense of New Media

Conferences and seminars

'A New Screen Face for Public Service Broadcasting'. Australian New Zealand Communication Associations Annual Conference on Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship. Queensland University of Technology, 8-10 July 2009. 'The Role of Australias Public Broadcasters in Development and Democracy'. The Ninth International Women in Asia (WIA) Conference: Transition and Interchange. University of Queensland, 29 September - 1 October 2008 'The Future of Television is Outside the Box'. Media, Communications and Public Speech, 2008 Conference of the CMCLCentre for Media and Communications Law. University of Melbourne Law School, 20 21 November 2008 The ABC and SBS Online: From Portal to Vortal. Australian New Zealand Communication Associations Annual Conference on Communication, Civics, Industry. University of Melbourne, 5-7 July 2007. The Impact of Globalisation on Cultural Policies: A Call for Universal Social Responsibility. 2nd International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. Monash University Prato Campus, Italy, 20-23 July 2004. Custodians for the Future: Media, Art and Cultural Policy in Australia, 7th European Association for Studies on Australia, University of Aveiro, Portugal, 23-27 September 2003.


Research projects

A pilot project involving analysis of how public broadcasters are currently responding to new media such as datacasting and the internet as more and more people go online for their entertainment/education.

Research interests

New Media
Internet Use and Regulation
Television and Radio Broadcasting
Public Broadcasting in Australia
Digital Television and Datacasting
Communications Institutions and Industries
Communications and Media Policy

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