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Amanda Evans-Tuite

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Member profile

Background information and interests

Amanda is a lecturer in Mass Communication and an ESL teacher. She received her PhD from Murdoch University in 2000 — her thesis concentrates on magazine culture, in particular seminal style journal THE FACE. Her areas of interest are magazines, semiotics, music, adult education and popular memory. The combination of lecturing Mass Communication and being an ELICOS pedagogue presents a constant challenge and keeps her teaching and research skills 'fresh'. She is a fashion victim and ridiculously addicted to magazines — in particular sad weekly 'gossip rags'. She is married, to the very lovely, Tony, and the mother of two beautiful girls, Lola and Ruby.

Publications

BOOKS
"Perth Nightclubs in the 1990s" and "Mapping Perth", in Liverpool of the South Seas: Perth and its popular music, (Perth: UWA Press, 2004)

"Is THE FACE a mask? Looking for (Virtual) London." Europe: United or Divided?, (Canberra: Southern Highlands, 2000)

JOURNALS
"Keeping it Hyperreal: Virtual Fashion and THE FACE Community", Transformations, Australia, accessed at www.transformations.cqu.edu.au

"If Everybody Looked the Same: Post-Youth Culture", Youth Studies Australia, vol. 20, no. 2, June 2001

"Stinking Old Eighties Thinking", Limina, vol. 6, March 2000

"'I'll Never Be Your Woman': The Spice Girls and the New Flavours of Feminism", joint publication with Dr. Tara Brabazon, Social Alternatives, April 1998

Listening to
Once soundtrack; White Noise - not the nasty nazi Perth band of the '80s, but actual white noise to get Ruby to sleep!

Watching
TV: Dexter; Life on Mars; Family Guy; Rescue Me; Films: Once; Horton Hears a Who; Shaun of the Dead

History

Member for
9 years 32 weeks
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