Articles by: Mark Gibson

Author Biography:

is a writer and researcher on cultural economies and Associate Dean Media at RMIT. He is currently completing a co-authored book on crossovers between ‘fringe’ and ‘mainstream’ cultural production in Australia.

The Moralism of Immoralism: On the Cultural Logic of ‘Sky After Dark’

The whole formation is woven through with odd, repurposed fragments of Marxist class analysis and theories of ideology.

Downsizing the competition: What higher-education managers might learn from the AFLW

…both [sport and universities] have seen a massive growth of competitive performance development… The growth of these fields has been associated in both cases with a ballooning management stratum.