Dr John Budarick
School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
I am a lecturer in the Department of Media at the University of Adelaide. I completed a first class honours in sociology at Flinders University before going on to do my PhD at Monash University in the Department of Media and Communication.
I am a media sociologist who works in the areas of race, ethnicity and the media, transnationalism and diaspora, media and national identity, and media and social theory. I have been published in journals such as Media, Culture and Society; International Journal of Communication and Global Media and Communication.
Date Position Institution name 2014 - ongoing Lecturer University of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2017 Research Award Department for Communities and Social Inclusion Department for Communities and Social Inclusion Australia $30,000 2016 Award 2016 Faculty Research Active Grants Scheme (FRAGS) University of Adelaide - $2,200 2015 Award Friends of Africa Award - Australia - 2014 Award 2014 Learning & Teaching Development and Innovation Fund University of Adelaide - $1252.80 2014 Award 2014 Faculty Research Active Grants Scheme (FRAGS) University of Adelaide - $2,000 2013 Research Award ECPS Postgraduate Publications and Activity Costs Grant Monash University Australia 765 2010 Research Award Postgraduate Publication Award Monash University Australia 5,772
Date Institution name Country Title 2008 - 2010 Monash University Australia PhD
Year Citation 2019 Budarick, J. (2019). Ethnic Media and Democracy: From Liberalism to Agonism. Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. 2017 Budarick, J., & Han, G. (Eds.) (2017). Minorities and media: producers, industries, audiences (1st ed.). Palgrave MacMillan.
2017 Budarick, J., & Han, G. (Eds.) (2017). Minorities and media: producers, industries, audiences (1st ed.). Palgrave MacMillan.
Year Citation 2013 Budarick, J., & Han, G. -S. (2013). The importance of migrant media: African-Australian media. In Reflections, intersections and aspirations: 50 years of Australian sociology (pp. 1-12). Melbourne, Victoria: The Australian Sociological Association. 2010 Budarick, J. N. (2010). ‘Media, movement and the search for security amongst Iranian Australians’. In http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2010/. Gothenburg, Sweden.
Year Citation 2011 Budarick, J. N. (2011). Media, Home and Diaspora.
Year Citation 2014 Budarick, J. N. (2014). Debate on Free Speech alone means little for Minorities.
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2021 Principal Supervisor A Multifaceted Perspective on Hallyu and its Impact on Ethnic Identity Amongst Asian-Australian Youths. Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Miss Sophia Helena Mei Ling Fluin 2021 Co-Supervisor Capturing simultaneity: International students’ connectedness and identities during the Covid-19
Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Ms Thanh Nguyen 2019 Co-Supervisor Positioning Audio Description in Media Theory: an Australian Context Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Kari Seeley 2019 Co-Supervisor The Revolution Will Be Televised: Audio-visual content in the era of streaming and “peak TV”. An investigation of industry change, content trends, and globalisation post the digital revolution Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Miss Philippa Elizabeth Violet Dore
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2020 - 2023 Co-Supervisor Retrospectively Reading The Sopranos: Rethinking Complex Television for New Cultural Contexts Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Alexander Hudson Beare 2019 - 2021 Co-Supervisor Beyond the Tree of the Living-dead: A Rhizoanalysis of Japanese Cinematic Zombies Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Guillaume Christophe Patrice Vetu 2017 - 2021 Co-Supervisor Media Portrayal of Ageing: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Media Discourses in Australia and Malaysia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Muhammad Asim Imran 2017 - 2021 Co-Supervisor Reporting on Terror: Assessing the Viability of Peace Journalism in the Kenyan News Media Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Rukia Yusuf Abdulrahman Nzibo
Date Role Membership Country 2016 - ongoing Member Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research Australia
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