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Prof. Marcus Breen

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Local Address:  Gold Coast , Australia
Bond University
University Drive
Robina , Queensland 4229

Company Description: Bond University is Australia's leading private, not-for-profit university, offering a personalised academic environment that enables graduates to exceed the outer...   more

Employment History


  • Bachelor of Arts
  • PhD
    Victoria University
  • Bachelor of Human Movement Studies
    University of Queensland
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Professor Marcus Breen joins ..., 19 Oct 2011 [cached]
Professor Marcus Breen joins Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences 19 October 2011
Professor Marcus Breen has been appointed as the new Head of School of Communications and Media at Bond University.
Professor Breen joins the Faculty from the United States of America where he was most recently Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern University in Boston.
With wide ranging experience as a consultant for government and the telecommunications industry Professor Breen's vision for the School is to create work-ready graduates equipped for roles in industries including journalism, public relations, advertising, computer games and film & television.
"I am really enjoying my time settling into Bond University. It is beautiful campus and a great team. There is a wealth of experience amongst the academics and they are all dedicated to providing the best experience for our students," said Professor Breen.
"The School has alumni working for a range of communication and media identities from journalism graduates at the ABC, to film & television students working on million dollar films in Los Angeles. It's a really exciting time to be part of the School and I look forward to maintaining this reputation."
Bond University Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Raoul Mortley officially welcomed Marcus Breen to the Faculty noting his experience.
"I am delighted to welcome Professor Marcus Breen to the positions of Professor in the Faculty, and Head of School of Communication and Media," he said.
"Professor Breen returns to Australia with a wealth of experience including a substantial list of publications in esteemed journals, and three books most notably including Uprising: the Internet's Unintended Consequences, released this past May."
Professor Breen's academic experience includes positions at RMIT and Melbourne University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.
Professor Breen holds a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies from the University of Queensland, as well as a Bachelor of Arts, with a focus on journalism, history and sociology, a Bachelor of Letters from the Australian National University in History, and a PhD from Victoria University in Melbourne, with a thesis on the music industry.
His teaching at Bond University this semester will include Mass Media and Sociology of Mass Communication.
Professor Marcus Breen (RHC)
TRANSFORMATIONS Journal of Media & Culture, 18 July 2013 [cached]
Marcus Breen
By Marcus Breen
As I have argued elsewhere, the Internet's "selective essentialism" takes hold of the social world, cutting options, pushing an ideological line and increasing subordination while reducing agency (Breen, "The Internet, Gender, Identity").
Debates about the military industrial complex and more recently Predator and Reaper Drone aircraft suggest an unwelcome convergence of the Internet and US technology with warfare to impose governments committed to individual rights (Breen, "Killing the Thing You Love").
Marcus Breen is Professor of Communication and Creative Media in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia. He has worked as a journalist, consultant, analyst and academic. He has taught media and cultural studies at The University of Melbourne, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Northeastern University, Boston and Bond. His most recent book is Uprising: The Internet's Unintended Consequences (Common Ground Publishing 2011). In April 2013 he was appointed editor of The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society .
Northeastern faculty member Marcus ..., 19 Jan 2015 [cached]
Northeastern faculty member Marcus Breen, an Australian who chairs the Melbourne-Boston Sister City Association, sees a big future Down Under for the University's faculty and students.
Northeastern's joint degree program with Swinburne University in Melbourne and other initiatives in Australia - ranging from traditional study-abroad programs to internships and research co-ops - position the University to take advantage of a new partnership between Massachusetts and the state of Victoria, says Breen, an associate professor of communication studies.
BreenStoryNewThe Massachusetts Office of International Trade and Investment recently signed an agreement with the Victoria Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development, promoting bilateral trade and investment as well as information and academic exchange.
Melbourne, Victoria's state capital, is "considered to be the cultural capital of Australia, and the educational center as well," Breen says. Australians tend to be very outward looking and creative, he added, and he expects that creativity to mix well with Northeastern's brand of experiential and global education.
"We already have a well established partnership with Swinburne, which is going very well, and there are so many other great academic institutions, including the University of Melbourne, Monash University, and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology," he says. "My ambition is to have some formal interactions with universities there, while developing project-based activities that will be supported by participants on both sides of the planet."
With the official agreement between Massachusetts and the Victoria, Breen anticipates additional resources will be allocated to forge collaborative ties in a number of industry and research sectors, including clean/renewable energy, financial services, communications, technology and life sciences, he says.
"There is a great deal of nanotechnology research taking place in Australia, and I see this as an area of big potential for collaborations," Breen says.
Marcus Breen ..., 8 Nov 2008 [cached]
Marcus Breen Marcus Breen teaches Communication Studies at Northeastern University, USA. He is the author of numerous articles on popular music and the recorded music industry, and Information Technology and policy, with special emphasis on Australia. He was co-author of A Climate of Innovation, a research report produced by the Centre for International Research on Communications and Information Technology (CIRCIT), which formed the basis for the Victorian Government's policy in multimedia. He continues to work on new technology and policy issues.
Nominating Pegboard CMS is ..., 19 June 2011 [cached]
Nominating Pegboard CMS is Dr. Marcus Breen, Associate Professor of Communications Studies at Northeastern University, Boston. Dr. Breen is also a former Gartner analyst observing widely, industry trends in technology and business communication.
Dr. Breen writes, "Pegboard CMS 6.0 is a stand-out example of important, world-class content management technology delivered to meet the needs of small, medium and large businesses in North America. Technologies like Pegboard CMS offer powerful options to control and manage Web Content investments in the years ahead."
"We're delighted with Dr. Breen's nomination for the Mass High Tech Council's Product of the Year.
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