New Release Books by Justine Lloyd

Justine Lloyd is the author of Gender and Media in the Broadcast Age (2019), Sentenced to Everyday Life (2004), Panels That Transform (2021), Arboraphobia (1991) and , Communities of Practice Collaborative Project (2018).

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Gender and Media in the Broadcast Age

release date: Oct 03, 2019
Gender and Media in the Broadcast Age
This book demonstrates the role of Women's Radio Programming in the changes in social definitions of gender roles from the mid 30s till the mid 50s of the 20th century. Different radio programmes from the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia are analysed. Lloyd concludes that profound changes initiated in the broadcast era are unfinished in the age of digital media.

Sentenced to Everyday Life

release date: Nov 01, 2004
Sentenced to Everyday Life
The history of the housewife is a complicated and uneasy narrative, rife with contradictions, tensions, and unanswered questions. What is the relationship between women and the home? And why are women reluctant to call themselves housewives? Starting with an exploration of why 1940s housewives became associated with drudgery, this book examines how magazines and advertising articulated connected women with the domestic sphere, while 1950s films explored the shifting boundaries between social, family, and individual desires and constraints for women. Johnson and Lloyd also study the home as a site of boredom, and the balance between work and family in the modern world. By situating their examination in a still unresolved and contemporary topic, Johnson and Lloyd offer us both a backward glance and a forward-looking perspective into domesticity and the modern self.

Panels That Transform

release date: Jul 25, 2021
Panels That Transform
Panels that Transform: Comics and Activism is an exhibition at Macquarie University Art Gallery (1 July-20 August 2021), featuring the works of Sam Wallman, Nicky Minus and Safdar Ahmed, and curated by Can Yalcinkaya and Justine Lloyd. This zine contains essays and reflections by Justine Lloyd, Can Yalcinkaya, Ian Milliss, Angus Parker and Safdar Ahmed and works from the exhibition. The zine was designed by Ash Watson and published by Frances St Press.

Communities of Practice Collaborative Project

release date: Jan 01, 2018
Communities of Practice Collaborative Project
The literature review is the first phase of research for the Communities of Practice Collaborative Learning project with Landcom, the University of Newcastle, Macquarie University, the University of New South Wales and City People and is entitled Valuing creative place making: development of a toolkit for public and private stakeholders. The project acknowledges that there are few published methodologies which capture the precise economic and social value of creative placemaking activities. To provide a comprehensive review of current methodologies and best practices, both scholarly and "grey" literature sources were analysed from a wide range of disciplines, including arts and humanities, social sciences, architecture and urbanism, geography, business, architecture and planning.
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