Peter H. Gerrand


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Professor Peter Gerrand is an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow in the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; a Professorial Fellow in telecommunications at the Melbourne School of Engineering, University of Melbourne; and a Research Fellow at the Contemporary European Research Centre in the School of Politics and Sociology, also at the University of Melbourne.

He is also Editor-in-Chief of the Telecommunications Journal of Australia

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Gerrand, Peter H. (2007): Estimating linguistic diversity on the Internet: a taxonomy to avoid pitfalls and paradoxe. In Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12 (4) pp. 1298–1321.

Gerrand, Peter H. (2006): Cultural diversity in cyberspace: The Catalan campaign to win the new .cat top level domai. In First Monday, 11 (1) pp. .

Gerrand, Peter H. (2004): Revisiting the Structural Separation of Telstra. In Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 54 (3) pp. 15-28.

Gerrand, Peter H. (2008): The worldwide diaspora of Spain\'s regional communities: its reach, its history and its modern relevance, Contemporary Europe Resarch Centre, University of Melbourne,

Gerrand, Peter H. (2009): The potential to win a .gal domain to support worldwide Galician culture – a view from the Antipodes. In: "Defeating the Tyranny of Distance. Historical and Cultural Relations Between Australia and Galicia" Antípodas .