Walking with Media: Towards a mixed reality pedagogy in university learning environments

  • Rousell, D. 2019, ‘Walking with Media: Towards a mixed reality pedagogy in university learning environments’ in People, Personal Data and the Built EnvironmentSpringer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 205 – 229.

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Digital repertoires in Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities

  • Rennie, E. 2019, ‘Digital repertoires in Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities’ in Location Technologies in International ContextTaylor and Francis, United Kingdom, pp. 31 – 42.

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Site/Sight/Insight: Becoming a Socioecological Learner Through Collaborative Artmaking Practices

  • Rousell, D. , Lasczik, A. , Irwin, R. , Peisker, J. , Ellis, D. & Hotko, K. 2019, ‘Site/Sight/Insight: Becoming a Socioecological Learner Through Collaborative Artmaking Practices’ in Touchstones for Deterritorializing Socioecological Learning: The Anthropocene, Posthumanism and Common Worlds as Creative MilieuxSpringer Nature, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 163 – 187.

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Writing about streaming portals: The drama of distribution

  • Lobato, R. 2019, ‘Writing about streaming portals: The drama of distribution’ in Writing about screen mediaRoutledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 159 – 162.

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Netflix, Imagined Affordances, and the Illusion of Control

  • Markham, A. , Stavrova, S. & Schlüter, M. 2019, ‘Netflix, Imagined Affordances, and the Illusion of Control’ in Netflix at the Nexus: Content, Practice, and Production in the Age of Streaming TelevisionPeter Lang AG , Switzerland, pp. 29 – 46.

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Sounds Like Australia? Listening to Australia’s Eurovision Song Performances

  • Keogh, B. , Brunt, S. & Giuffre, L. 2019, ‘Sounds Like Australia? Listening to Australia’s Eurovision Song Performances’ in Eurovision and Australia: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Down UnderPalgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 101 – 121.

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Gay, Famous and Working Hard on YouTube: Influencers, Queer microcelebrity publics, and Discursive activism

  • Abidin, C. & Cover, R. 2019, ‘Gay, Famous and Working Hard on YouTube: Influencers, Queer microcelebrity publics, and Discursive activism’ in Youth, Sexuality and Sexual CitizenshipRoutledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom, pp. 217 – 231.

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Web3 and the creative industries: How blockchain is reshaping business models

  • Potts, J. & Rennie, E. 2019, ‘Web3 and the creative industries: How blockchain is reshaping business models’ in A Research Agenda for Creative IndustriesEdward Elgar, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 93 – 111.

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The Proliferation of Gender and Sexual Identities, Catergories and Labels among Young People: Emergent Taxonomies

  • Cover, R. 2019, ‘The Proliferation of Gender and Sexual Identities, Catergories and Labels among Young People: Emergent Taxonomies’ in Youth, Sexuality and Sexual CitizenshipRoutledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 278 – 290.

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Digital Connectivity

  • Lewis, T. 2019, ‘Digital Connectivity’ in The Oxford Handbook of Global StudiesOxford University Press, New York, United States, pp. 561 – 578.

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Understanding Anger: Ethical Responsiveness and the Cultural Production of Celebrity Masculinities

  • Cover, R. 2019, ‘Understanding Anger: Ethical Responsiveness and the Cultural Production of Celebrity Masculinities’ in #MeToo and the Politics of Social ChangeSpringer Nature , Cham, Switzerland, pp. 301 – 315.

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