(See separate Books section)
(2014, forthcoming) ‘Privacy’ in Griffin-Foley, B. A Companion to the Australian Media. Australian Scholarly Publishing, North Melbourne.
(2013, forthcoming) ‘Chapter 14: Law for public relations professionals’, in Johnston, J. and Sheehan, Mark, Public Relations – Theory and Practice (4th Edition), Allen & Unwin, Sydney.
(2103) ‘Chapter 13: Legal issues’ in Tanner, S. and Richardson, N. (eds) Journalism Research and Investigation in a Digital World. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.
(2012) ‘Mental illness, the law and the news media: competing rights and interests’ in Keyzer, P., Johnston, J. and Pearson, M. (eds) Courts and the Media: Challenges in the Era of Digital and Social Media. Halstead Press, Sydney.
(2010, with Kerry Green, Stephen Tanner & Jolyon Sykes). Researching Journalists and Vulnerable Sources – Issues in the Design and Implementation of a National Study
In Pasadeos, Y. (ed) (2010) Advances in Communication and Mass Media Research. Athens: ATINER. pp. 87-96.
(2009, with Roger Patching). Censorship through spin
How democratic governments attempt to control the media, with a focus on Australia. In Indrajit Banerjee & Sundeep R Muppidi (eds). Changing Media, Changing Societies. Media and Millennium Development Goals. Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC).
(2006, with Jack Herman). ‘Chapter 9: Press law and practice’, in Australian Press Council, State of the News Print Media in Australia. Australian Press Council, Sydney.
(2002) ‘The legal process’, in Tanner, Stephen (ed), Journalism. Investigation and Research. Pearson Education Australia, Sydney.
(2001) ‘A question of legality’, in Tapsell, Suellen and Carolyn Varley, Journalism theory in practice. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.
(1999) ‘The new ‘Multi-Journalism’. In Ewart, J. Journalism Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the 1998 Journalism Education Association Conference. Central Queensland University: Rockhampton. 118-123.
(1999) ‘Introduction’ to Weber, Joe (ed), A fragile freedom: challenges facing the media in Papua New Guinea, DWU Press, Madang. 17-20.
(1994), ‘Postcards from the coalface: Journalism graduates’ transition to the newsroom’, in Pearson, M., Richardson, L., Stephens, S., Stormont, D. and Tindle, E. (Eds.) Themes in Educational Transition, QUT Faculty of Education, Brisbane.
P Keyzer, J Johnston, G Holland, M Pearson, S Rodrick and A Wallace, (2013). Juries and Social Media, Centre for Law, Governance and Public Policy, a report commissioned by the Victorian Department of Justice on behalf of the Standing Council on Law and Justice, 16 April 2013, [1.2], <www.sclj.gov.au/agdbasev7wr/sclj/documents/pdf/juries%20and%20social%20media%20-%20final.pdf>
Ewart, J., Pearson, M. and Lessing, J. (2013, July). Anti-terror laws and the news media in Australia since 2001 – how free expression and national security compete in a liberal democracy, Journal of Media Law, 5 (1): 104-132. Available: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/hart/jml/2013/00000005/00000001/art00007
Keyzer, P., Johnston, J. Pearson, M. Rodrick, S., and Wallace, A. (2013, July, in press). The courts and social media: what do judges and court workers think? Judicial Officers Bulletin 25 (6): 47-51. Available: http://lawgovpolicy.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/judicial-officers-bulletin-the-courts-and-social-media.pdf
Wallace, A., Keyzer, P., Johnston, J. Pearson, M. and Rodrick, S. (2013, July, in press). Courts and social media: opportunities and challenges. Brief (Official Journal of the Law Society of Western Australia).
Pearson, M. (2012). The media regulation debate in a democracy lacking a free expression guarantee. Pacific Journalism Review, 18 (2): 89-101.
Pearson, Mark (2012, May). Behind the rankings of Pacific nations in the 2011-12 World Press Freedom Index. Pacific Journalism Review, 18 (1): 172-179.
Pearson, Mark. (July, 2011). A poor fit for journalism research. Australian Journalism Review, 33 (1): 25-27.
Pearson, Mark and Jasmine Griffiths (2011, July) From shorthand to cyberspace: Journalists’ interview records as evidence. Media & Arts Law Review, 16 (2), 144-160
Pearson, Mark (2011, May). Mental illness, journalism investigation and the law. Pacific Journalism Review, 17 (1), 90-101. http://search.informit.com.au/fullText;dn=098955005776186;res=IELHSS
Pearson, Mark and Hamish McLean (2010). Quantifying government media relations in Queensland. Public Communication Review, 1 (2): http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/ojs/index.php/pcr/article/viewFile/1636/1920
Pearson, Mark and Roger Patching (2010). Multimedia journalism as a research method – a new approach. Published proceedings of the 19th AMIC Annual Conference: Technology and Culture: Communication Connectors and Dividers, Suntec City, Singapore, June 21-23 2010. (Refereed paper published on CD-ROM).
Pearson, Mark and Caroline Graham (2010, July). Suppression orders: reskilling journalists and the judiciary. Australian Journalism Review, 32 (1), 97-114.
Pearson, Mark. (2009, October) A comparison of teenage views on journalism as a a career in Australia and New Zealand. Pacific Journalism Review, 15 (2), 191-203.
Johnston, J., & Pearson, M. (2008, October). Australia’s media climate: Time to renegotiate control. Pacific Journalism Review, 14(2), 72-88.
Pearson, M. (2008, April). Scandalising media freedom: Resurrection of an ancient contempt. Pacific Journalism Review, 14(1), 64-78.
Pearson, Mark and Camille Galvin (September, 2007). The Australian Parliament and press freedom in an international context. Pacific Journalism Review 13 (2), pp. 127-141.
Pearson, Mark (2007, July). A review of Australia’s defamation reforms after a year of operation. Australian Journalism Review 29 (1).
Pearson, Mark (April 2007). Dual purpose resource for media freedom (book review) Pacific Journalism Review 13 (1), pp. 216-217.
Pearson, Mark and Naomi Busst (September 2006). Anti-terror laws and the media after 9/11: Three models for Australia, NZ and the Pacific. (leading article) Pacific Journalism Review 12 (2), pp. 9-27.
Pearson, Mark (September, 2005). Quandary over contrasting ethics texts. (Book Review). Pacific Journalism Review 11 (2), pp. 239-241.
Pearson, Mark. (2005). Careers in journalism. (Book Review). Australian Studies in Journalism 14, pp. 166-168.
Pearson, Mark. (July, 2005). Police digital communications and the media. Australian Journalism Review 27 (1), pp. 105-122.
Kromann, Nina and Pearson, M. (December, 2004). ‘Criminal justice and the media in Denmark and Australia: similarities and differences’. Australian Journalism Review, v. 26, no. 2, pp. 125-140.
Pearson, M (2004, April). Press freedom and the High Court in the Callinan era: Rethinking the rhetoric. Pacific Journalism Review 10 (1): 123-138.
Pearson, M (2003). Press freedom and open justice in the curriculum: A reflective practice approach. 5 University of Technology Sydney Law Review: 150-160.
Pearson, Mark. (2003). Sensitive or sanitised? Guidelines for reporting age. Australian Studies in Journalism. No. 12.
Pearson, Mark. (2003). Challenging the business paradigm in the interests of media freedom. Asia Pacific Media Educator, Issue 14.
Pearson, Mark, Carolyn Proud and Peter Willcox. (2003, July). The cyberboundaries of reputation: Implications of the Australian High Court’s Gutnick decision for journalists. Australian Journalism Review. v. 25 (1): 101-114.
Pearson, Mark. (2003, September) Teaching press freedom and open justice: A model for debate. Pacific Journalism Review, v.9 :124-137.
(2002). ‘The Journalist’s Toolkit on Ageing – Helping shape media perceptions’, Australasian Journal on Ageing, vol. 21.4 supplement, December, p. 105.
(2001, December) (with Jeffrey Brand) ‘The Newsroom vs. the Lounge Room: Journalists’ and Audiences’ Views on News’, Australian Journalism Review, vol. 23, no. 2.
(2000, August). ‘Advertorials and the Trade Practices Act: why the ‘Golden Tonsils’ saga might prove costly in the long run. Australian Journalism Review, vol. 22, no. 1. 57-67.
(2000, January-June). ‘Reflective Practice In Action: Preparing Samoan Journalists To Cover
Court Cases’. Asia-Pacific Media-Educator, no. 8.
(1999, August) ‘Curricular implications of the influences of the Internet upon journalism’, Australian Journalism Review, vol. 21, no. 2. 27-55.
(1999, March) ‘Course finds PNG ‘mecca’ for probes’, Pacific Journalism Review, vol. 5, no. 1. 111-113.
(1999) ‘The new ‘Multi-Journalism’: Journalists’ and educators’ perceptions of the influence of the Internet upon journalistic reportage and its implications for journalism education’, Proceedings of the annual conference of the Journalism Education Association, Yeppoon, December 1998.
(1997) ‘Look Who’s Talking: A Pilot Study of Discussion Lists Use in Journalism Education’, Media International Australia, no. 84, May.
(1996) ‘Journalism Education and the Internet: Conferring in Cyberspace’, in Tully, J. Beyond 2000: Future Directions in Journalism Education. University of Canterbury: Christchurch, NZ.
(1995) ‘Teaching media law to journalism students: different needs, different strategies’, Legal Education Review. Vol. 6, No. 1.
(1995) ‘Media Law in Australia’ (book review), Australian Studies in Journalism, No. 4.
(1994) Journalism as a Career, educational video produced by Bond University for distribution to high schools. (wrote and presented.)
(1994) (with Camille Galvin), ‘Cosmetic surgery: newspaper reportage of the Medical Journal of Australia’, Australian Journal of Communication, Vol. 21, No. 2.
(1993) ‘Electronic Mail as a News Medium’, Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 15, No. 2, July-December 1993.
(1992) ‘Towards uniform defamation laws – the Australian experiment’, Journal of Media Law and Practice, (Tolley’s), Vol. 13, No. 4.
(1992) ‘How the Reformed Defamation Laws will Affect Journalists’, Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 14, No. 1, January-June.
(1992) ‘Press Self-regulation in Australia’, Journal of Media Law and Practice, (Tolley’s), Vol. 12, No. 4, January.
(1991) ‘Education for Journalism and Law: Common Issues and Challenges,’ Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 13.
(1991) Report on Newspaper Self-regulation and the Sydney Morning Herald ‘Who Is Right?’ Scheme to the House of Representatives Select Committee on the Print Media, November 1991.
(1991) ‘Conflict of Interests? Negotiating Through the News Media.’ Australian Dispute Resolution Journal (Law Book Company), Vol. 2, No.1 , February.
(1990) ‘The Calcutt Report – Journalism on Trial’, Australian Journalism Review, Volume 12, January – December.
(1988) ‘ “I Want to be a Journalist”’: a study of cadetships’, Australian Journalism Review, Volume 10, January-December.
(1988) ‘Desk-Top Publishing’, Metro – Media and Education Magazine, No. 77, August .
(1987) ‘Interviewing Aborigines: A Cross-Cultural Dilemma’, Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 9 (Nos 1 and 2) January-December .