Government regulation and self regulation (Australian Debates)

Government regulation and self regulation (Australian Debates)

Week 5
Tutorial: How does liberalism define the purpose of regulation? What is the difference between state regulation, co-regulation, self-regulation, market regulation and

professional/ethical regulation? What were the main recommendations of the ‘convergence review’ and the Finkelstein Review? Why were the proposals not implemented? In

your view what is the key regulatory problem these reviews needed to address?
Readings
Balkin, J. (2004) Digital Speech and Democratic Culture: A Theory of Freedom of Expression for the Information Society, Faculty Scholarship Series, Paper 240.

http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/fss_papers/240

Brook, S. (2012) You say Leveson, We say Finkelstein, British Journalism Review, 23(7).

Communications Law Centre (2012) Australian telecommunications regulation: the Communications Law Centre guide, N.S.W. : CCH Australia.

Connolly, C. and Vaile, D. (2012) Drowning in codes: an analysis of codes of conduct applying to online activity in Australia, CyberLaw Centre UNSW, available at:

www.cyberlawcentre.org

Faulhaber, G. Madden, G. and Petchey, G. (2012) Regulation and the perforGovernment regulation and self regulation (Australian Debates)
mance of communication and information networks, Cheltenham : Edward Elgar.

Beattie, S. and Beal, E. (2009) ‘Chapter 1: The Media Law and Regulation: An Overview’, in Connect and Converge: Australian Media and Communications Law, Oxford

University Press, Melbourne, pp. 18-36.?Flew, T. and Swift, A. (2013)
Regulating journalists? The Finkelstein Review, the Convergence Review and news media regulation in Australia, Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 2(1) 181

-99.?
Reread from Week 1: Errington, W. and Miragliotta, N. (2011) Chapter 1: ‘The Liberal Democratic Tradition and the Media’, in Media and Politics, Oxford University

Press, Melboourne.
Reports — Read these Extracts?Finkelstein, R. (2012) Executive Summary and Chapter 10, Theories of Regulation, Report of the independent inquiry into media regulation,

Commonwealth of Australia: Canberra, pp 267-300. Available at: www.dbcde.gov.au?
Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (2012) Executive Summary and Chapter 1, ‘The Need for a New Approach’, Convergence Review Final Report,

Commonwealth of Australia: Canberra. http://www.dbcde.gov.au/digital_economy/convergence_review/?

Summary?Jolly, R, (2012) Media reviews: all sound and fury? [a useful summary of both reviews], Parliamentary Library, Canberra.

http://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parliament/Parliamentary_Departments/Parliamentary_Library/pubs/BN/2012-2013/MediaReviews
Keane, B. (2013) Government’s media reform package plays it (very) safe, Crikey, March 12.?Muller, D. (2013) Media reforms a historic opportunity missed, The

Conversation, 22 March. http://theconversation.com/media-reforms-a-historic-opportunity-missed-1296

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