The digital information ecology of international students: Understanding the complexity of communication

  • Gomes, C. & Chang, S. 2020, ‘The digital information ecology of international students: Understanding the complexity of communication’ in Digital Experiences of International StudentsRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 1 – 24.

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Exploring the Potential of Digital Food Waste Prevention in the Restaurant Industry

  • Mayer, J. & Choi, H. 2020, ‘Exploring the Potential of Digital Food Waste Prevention in the Restaurant Industry’ in Routledge Handbook of Food WasteRoutledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 428 – 442.

Echolocating the digital self

  • Markham, A. 2020, ‘Echolocating the digital self’ in Metaphors of Internet: Ways of Being in the Age of UbiquityPeter Lang AG, Switzerland, pp. 1 – 19.

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New Ways of Seeing: Tumblr, Young People, and Mental Illness

  • Hendry, N. 2020, ‘New Ways of Seeing: Tumblr, Young People, and Mental Illness’ in A Tumblr BookUniversity of Michigan Press, United States, pp. 315 – 325.

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Urban Gaming: Mobile Media, Spatial Practices and Everyday Play

  • Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Urban Gaming: Mobile Media, Spatial Practices and Everyday Play’ in The Routledge Companion to Urban Media and CommunicationRoutledge, New York, United States, pp. 335 – 343.

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‘Introduction’ in Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global Asia: Faith, Flows and Fellowship

  • Gomes, C. , Kong, L. & Woods, O. 2020, ‘Introduction’ in Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global Asia: Faith, Flows and FellowshipAmsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 11 – 24.

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Towards horizontal capacity building: UNICEF Malawi’s C4D Learning Labs

  • Manyozo, L. , Aliyev, E. , Nkhonjera, P. , Mauluka, C. & Khangamwa, C. 2020, ‘Towards horizontal capacity building: UNICEF Malawi’s C4D Learning Labs’ in Communication for Development: An Evaluation Framework in ActionPractical Action Publishing, United Kingdom, pp. 89 – 103.

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STEAM Education, Art/Science and Quiet Activism

  • Hickey-Moody, A. , Horn, C. & Willcox, M. 2020, ‘STEAM Education, Art/Science and Quiet Activism’ in Why Science and Art Creativities MatterBrill Sense, Netherlands, pp. 200 – 228.

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The Global Appeal of Digital Pastors : A Comparative Case Study of Joseph Prince, and Brian and Bobbie Houston

  • Gomes, C. & Tan, J. 2020, ‘The Global Appeal of Digital Pastors : A Comparative Case Study of Joseph Prince, and Brian and Bobbie Houston’ in Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global Asia: Faith, Flows and FellowshipAmsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 149 – 177.

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Postphenomenology, Ethnography, and the Sensory Intimacy of Mobile Media

  • Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Postphenomenology, Ethnography, and the Sensory Intimacy of Mobile Media’ in Reimagining Philosophy and Technology, Reinventing IhdeSpringer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 159 – 174.

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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 ArtRoutledge, United States, pp. 236 – 247.

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Mobile Films as Mobile Art: More than Textual

  • Berry, M. 2020, ‘Mobile Films as Mobile Art: More than Textual’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtTaylor & Francis, United States, pp. 364 – 374.

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