Food politics and the media in digital times: researching household practices as forms of digital food activism

  • Lewis, T. 2021, ‘Food politics and the media in digital times: researching household practices as forms of digital food activism’ in Research Methods for Digital Food StudiesRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 00 – 00.

The Creative Pedagogue: Enacting Affective Pathways for Interdisciplinary Embodied Creativity in Primary Education

  • Hickey-Moody, A. , Cook, P. & Portelli, N. 2021, ‘The Creative Pedagogue: Enacting Affective Pathways for Interdisciplinary Embodied Creativity in Primary Education’ in Sculpting New Creativities in Primary EducationRoutledge: Taylor & Francis Group, London & New York, pp. 107 – 122.

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Supervised Play: Intimate Surveillance and Children’s Mobile Media Usage

  • Balmford, W. , Hjorth, L. & Richardson, I. 2021, ‘Supervised Play: Intimate Surveillance and Children’s Mobile Media Usage’ in The Routledge Companion to Digital Media and ChildrenRoutledge, United States, pp. 185 – 194.

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Speculative and symbolic forms of expression: New practices in community arts education

  • Rousell, D. & Hickey-Moody, A. 2021, ‘Speculative and symbolic forms of expression: New practices in community arts education’ in Debates in art and design educationRoutledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 82 – 104.

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Ethical considerations in creative research: Design, delivery & dissemination

  • Hall, S. , Sou, G. & Pottinger, L. 2021, ‘Ethical considerations in creative research: Design, delivery & dissemination’ in Creative Methods for Human GeographersSage Publications Limited, United Kingdom, pp. 49 – 60.

Survey-based research in remote Indigenous communities: considerations for methods

  • Holcombe-James, I. & Rennie, E. 2021, ‘Survey-based research in remote Indigenous communities: considerations for methods’ in Field Guide to Intercultural ResearchEdward Elgar , United Kingdom, pp. 54 – 67.

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Inventive Approaches to Data Tracking in More-Than-Human Worlds

  • Leong, J. , Hjorth, L. & Choi, H. 2020, ‘Inventive Approaches to Data Tracking in More-Than-Human Worlds’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtRoutledge, New York, United States, pp. 259 – 269.

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Re-imagining Bushland Settings Through Location-based AR Mobile Gameplay

  • Riley, M. , Innocent, T. & Wilken, R. 2020, ‘Re-imagining Bushland Settings Through Location-based AR Mobile Gameplay’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media Art, Routledge, United States, pp. 236 – 247.

Ambient Play and Background Gaming: Reflecting on Quotidian Creative Practices

  • Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Ambient Play and Background Gaming: Reflecting on Quotidian Creative Practices’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtRoutledge, United States, pp. 226 – 235.

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‘Together we are more’: New Media for Old Tales

  • Guntarik, O. & Grieve-Williams, V. 2020, ”Together we are more’: New Media for Old Tales’ in From Sit-Ins to #revolutionsBloomsbury Academic, United States, pp. 1 – 18.

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Drug cryptomarket futures: Structure, function and evolution in response to law enforcement actions

  • Shortis, P. , Aldridge, J. & Barratt, M. 2020, ‘Drug cryptomarket futures: Structure, function and evolution in response to law enforcement actions’ in Research Handbook on International Drug PolicyEdward Elgar, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 355 – 380.

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Haptic Play: Understanding Hybrid Play through Pokemon GO

  • Hjorth, L. , Richardson, I. & Piera-Jimenez, J. 2020, ‘Haptic Play: Understanding Hybrid Play through Pokemon GO’ in Hybrid Play: Crossing Boundaries in Game Design, Players Identities and Play SpacesRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 1 – 14.

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