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Roger Patching

Roger Patching is an Associate Professor in journalism at Bond University on the Gold Coast. He worked as a journalist (mainly for the ABC in Brisbane) for 17 years before spending the past 26 years teaching journalism at three Australian tertiary institutions – Charles Sturt University, Bathurst (formerly Mitchell College of Advanced Education), Queensland University of Technology and Bond. He specialises in broadcast journalism, ethics and sports journalism. He is a co-author of the 2005 text, Journalism Ethics: Arguments and Cases, for Oxford University Press.

Author's website: Bond University - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences


 
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