Journalism Policy across the Commonwealth: Partial Answers to Public Problems

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Gender and Sexual Diversity and Suicide on Australian Screens: Culture, Representation, and Health Pedagogies

  • Cover, R. 2021, ‘Gender and Sexual Diversity and Suicide on Australian Screens: Culture, Representation, and Health Pedagogies’, Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 54, no.2, pp. 365 – 387.

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Our ‘stay home’ music video: the collision of academic research and family life during COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne, Australia

  • Brunt, S. 2021, ‘Our ‘stay home’ music video: the collision of academic research and family life during COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne, Australia’, Journal of Children and Media, vol. 15, no.1, pp. 21 – 24.

    10.1080/17482798.2020.1858436
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(In Press) Creative wellbeing. Prototyping an arts-health practice program for mental health recovery

  • Sanin, J. , Spong, L. & Mcrae, C. 2021, ‘(In Press) Creative wellbeing. Prototyping an arts-health practice program for mental health recovery’, Design for Health, pp. 1 – 21.

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Placing the Queer Audience: Literature on Gender and Sexual Diversity in Film and Television and Reception

  • Cover, R. 2021, ‘Placing the Queer Audience: Literature on Gender and Sexual Diversity in Film and Television and Reception’, MAI Feminism, vol. 7, pp. 1 – 21.

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(In Press) Placemaking through mobile social media platform Snapchat

(In Press) Concealing researcher identity during fieldwork: Sexuality and silencing research participants

  • Sou, G. 2021, ‘(In Press) Concealing researcher identity during fieldwork: Sexuality and silencing research participants’, Area, pp. 1 – 13.

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(In Press) Cosmopolitical encounters in environmental education: becoming-ecological in the intertidal zones of Bundjalung National Park

  • Rousell, D. 2021, ‘(In Press) Cosmopolitical encounters in environmental education: becoming-ecological in the intertidal zones of Bundjalung National Park’, Journal of Environmental Education, pp. 1 – 16.

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Identity in the disrupted time of COVID-19: Performativity, crisis, mobility and ethics

  • Cover, R. 2021, ‘Identity in the disrupted time of COVID-19: Performativity, crisis, mobility and ethics’, Social Sciences & Humanities Open , vol. 4, no.1, pp. 1 – 8.

    10.1016/j.ssaho.2021.100175
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Liminoid Media: On the Enduring Significance of USB Portable Flash Drives

  • Kennedy, J. & Wilken, R. 2021, ‘Liminoid Media: On the Enduring Significance of USB Portable Flash Drives’, New Media & Society, vol. 23, no.4, pp. 672 – 691.

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A Map You Can Walk Into

  • Rousell, D. 2021, ‘A Map You Can Walk Into: Immersive Cartography and the Speculative Potentials of Data’, Qualitative Inquiry, vol. 27, no.5, pp. 580 – 597.

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(In Press) Mistrust of the City at Night: Networked Connectivity and Embodied Perceptions of Risk and Safety

  • Hardley, J. & Richardson, I. 2021, ‘(In Press) Mistrust of the City at Night: Networked Connectivity and Embodied Perceptions of Risk and Safety’, Australian Feminist Studies, pp. 1 – 18.

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