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Macquarie University
GPO Box 3480
Sydney, New South Wales 2001

Company Description: Macquarie University is a leading Australian research university located in Sydney, Australia. It enjoys a beautiful 126 hectare, park-like campus close to the...   more

Employment History


  • PhD candidate
    Macquarie University
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"China's state-controlled media portray ..., 13 Mar 2014 [cached]
"China's state-controlled media portray Xinjiang's Uighurs as vulnerable to -- and therefore as potential victims of -- hostile foreign Islamist influences," said Nicholas Dynon, who researches Chinese media and propaganda at Macquarie University in Sydney.
On one hand, Beijing puts out "positive orientalist images of content ethnic minorities" and "negative images of separatist elements infected by foreign extremist contagion" on the other, he told AFP.
The narrative, he added, was constructed "in the interests of national unity".
Nicholas Dynon, who ..., 9 Nov 2013 [cached]
Nicholas Dynon, who researches Chinese media and propaganda at Macquarie University in Sydney, stressed that analysing the causes and effects of violence in Xinjiang was never easy given the difficulty of obtaining independent and unbiased information from the region.
But coverage in state-run media had increased, he said, amid a broader crackdown by new President Xi Jinping on a range of issues in China, although Xinjiang itself had seen far more violent periods in the past.
"I don't think there is necessarily a causal relationship between the recent crackdowns and higher rate of violent attacks in Xinjiang," he told AFP.
But he added: "I do believe there is a direct relationship between the crackdowns and higher rates of openness in reporting on events occurring in Xinjiang this year."
China has found it useful to ..., 7 Oct 2013 [cached]
China has found it useful to blame ethnic tensions on outside interference, undermining sympathies at home for legitimate grievances, Nicholas Dynon, a researcher at Macquarie University in Australia, told CNN.
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By Nicholas Dynon
Nicholas Dynon is a PhD candidate at Macquarie University and is coordinator of the Line 21 project.
"History tells us that new ..., 26 Oct 2013 [cached]
"History tells us that new administrations in Beijing, as [Chinese President] Xi Jinping's (???) is, tend to be keen to demonstrate their strength early on in their tenure in order to solidify their grip on power," said Nicholas Dynon, a researcher at Macquarie University in Sydney.
"With the current government, we have seen this being played out not just in Xinjiang, but across the board: from internet anti-rumor campaigns to anti-waste and thrift drives within the party itself," he said.
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