Hey Communicators, welcome to Week 3.

This week we take a look at how to use the Universities Library page and Database better. We use some of our Lecturer, Stephen Stockwell’s, books as the basis for our research. We also looked at a clip for an interesting movie called Alphaville and find a book to help us in researching it.

Q1) WHich of Stephen Stockwell’s books are in the Griffith library?

Stockwell, S  and Scott, P 1961, All media guide to fair and cross-cultural reporting: for journalists, program makers and media students, Nathan, Qld, 2000

Stockwell, S 1954, Political campaign strategy: doing democracy in the 21st centuryMelbourne, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2005

Isakhan, B 1977 and Stockwell, S 1954, Secret History of democracy, Basingtoke, New York, Palgrave Macmillian, 2011


Q2) Cite 3 academic books that might provide useful material for an essay about Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville. On which campuses do they reside?

Brody, Richard 2008, Everything is cinema: the working life of Jean-Luc Godard, New York , Metropolitan Books

Available on the South Bank Campus

Temple, M, Williams, JS, Witt, M 2004, For ever Godard, London, Black Dog

 Available on the South Bank Campus

Wheeler, D 1997, The films of Jean-Luc Goddard,  Albany, State University of New York Press

Available on the Gold Coast Campus


Q3) What is a book that will assist you to find out about possible research methods to explore social media?

Stevenson, N 2002, Understanding media cultures : social theory and mass communication, London, Sage.