- Investigative Journalism
- Online Journalism
- Acting Honours Coordinator for 2018
- sports journalism
- online journalism
- social media
Peter’s chief research area is sports journalism, with an emphasis on its journalists, content, and social media. He is also interested in change in broader areas of journalism, media, and new media.
He is a member of the Arts Research in Creative Humanities research cluster at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
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- Journalism Education Association of Australia
- Australian Postgraduate Award, 2012–2014, University of the Sunshine Coast
- Journalism Education Association of Australia Postgraduate Scholarship, 2011, Journalism Education Association of Australia
|Project name||Investigators||Funding body||Year||Focus|
|Applying a connectedness learning model at USC to develop a networked approach to lifelong graduate employability||Dr MJ de Villiers Scheepers (lead), Dr Ben Goldsmith, Dr Mark Sayers, Dr Peter English, Dr Gail Crimmins and Dr Joanna McIntyre||
USC Commissioned Learning and Teaching Grant: Graduate Employability
This project applies an OLT connectedness learning model (Bridgstock, 2016) at USC in selected disciplines to assess students’ current social network capabilities and implement action plans to improve these capabilities, thereby enhancing students’ employability and USC’s engagement with relevant stakeholder groups.
|Reporting roles and views of Australian and Indian sports journalists||Dr Peter English||
USC Faculty of Arts and Business* Seed Grant (A$4,833.79)
*now Faculty of Arts, Business and Law
|2014||Examining how sports journalists consider their roles in terms of being cheerleaders or watchdogs|