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Article

Kushin, Matthew J., Dalisay, Francis, Kim, Jinhee, Forbes, Amy, David, Clarissa C., and Somera, Lilnabeth P. (2022) Creative Self-efficacy, Political Decision-making, and Offline and Online Political Participation. Journal of Creative Communications, 17 (3). pp. 270-287.

Stevens, Hallam (2021) From RangKoM and JARING to the Internet: visions and practices of electronic networking in Malaysia, 1983–1996. Internet Histories, 5 (3-4). pp. 230-247.

Xu, Ding, Chen, Tingzhen, Pearce, John, Mohammadi, Zohre, and Pearce, Philip L. (2021) Reaching audiences through travel vlogs: the perspective of involvement. Tourism Management, 86. 104326.

Ratan, Rabindra, Earle, Kelsey, Rosenthal, Sonny, Hua Chen, Vivian Hsueh, Gambino, Andrew, Goggin, Gerard, Stevens, Hallam, Li, Benjamin, and Lee, Kwan Min (2021) The (digital) medium of mobility is the message: examining the influence of e-scooter mobile app perceptions on e-scooter use intent. Computers in Human Behavior Reports, 3. 100076.

Daniel, Ryan (2019) Digital disruption in the music industry: the case of the compact disc. Creative Industries Journal, 12 (2). pp. 159-166.

Potter, Martin (2017) Critical junctures: place-based storytelling in the Big Stories, Small Towns participatory documentary project. Media International Australia, 164 (1). pp. 117-127.

Geia, Lynore, Pearson, Luke, and Sweet, Melissa (2017) Narratives of Twitter as a platform for professional development, innovation, and advocacy. Australian Psychologist, 52 (4). pp. 280-287.

Book Chapter

Osborne, Roger, Peters, Sarah, and O'Shannessy, Rosie (2018) From the Inside: An interview with the 'Storyelling.' group. In: Dezuanni, Michael, Foth, Marcus, Mallan, Kerry, and Hughes, Hilary, (eds.) Digital Participation Through Social Living Labs: Valuing Local Knowledge, Enhancing Engagement. Information Professional Series . Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 263-275.

Dezuanni, Michael, Foth, Marcus, Mallan, Kerry, Hughes, Hilary, and Osborne, Roger (2018) Social living labs for digital participation. In: Dezuanni, Michael, Foth, Marcus, Mallan, Kerry, and Hughes, Hilary, (eds.) Digital Participation through Social Living Labs: valuing local knowledge, enhancing engagement. Chandos Publishing, Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-17.

Louth, Jonathon, and Potter, Martin (2017) Urban transformations in Phnom Penh: creative collectives, the white building and the production of space. In: Louth, Jonathon, and Potter, Martin, (eds.) Edges Of Identity: The Production of Neoliberal Subjectivities. Issues in the Social Sciences, 10 . University of Chester Press, Chester, UK, pp. 245-273.

Louth, Jonathon, and Potter, Martin (2017) The production of neoliberal subjectivities: constellations of domination and resistance. In: Louth, Jonathon, and Potter, Martin, (eds.) Edges Of Identity: The Production of Neoliberal Subjectivities. Issues in the Social Sciences, 10 . University of Chester Press, Chester, UK, pp. 1-23.

Report

Babacan, Hurriyet, McHugh, Jennifer, Marshall, Amber, Gopalkrishnan, Narayan, and Dale, Allan (2021) TCICA Region Telecommunications and Digital Connectivity Final Report. External Commissioned Report. Torres and Cape Indigenous Councils Alliance/ James Cook University/ Queensland University of Technology, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Conference Item

Xu, Ding, Chen, Tingzhen, and Mohammadi, Zohre (2021) I like your travel vlog: delineating viewers' consumption and production. In: Proceedings of the 31st Annual Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference. pp. 113-126. From: CAUTHE 2021: 31st Annual Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference: Transformation in Uncertain Times, 9-12 February 2021, Online.

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