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Submissions from 2013

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Symbolic interactionism in safety communication in the workplace, Christine C. Teague, David R. Leith, and Lelia R. Green

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Creativity in an online community as a response to the chaos of a breast cancer diagnosis, Cynthia Witney, Lelia Green, Leesa Costello, and Vanessa Bradshaw

Submissions from 2012

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Embodying knowledge of breast cancer in a disembodied community?, Vanessa Bradshaw, Cynthia Witney, Lelia Green, and Leesa Costello

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Firewatch: Use Of Satellite Imagery By Remote Communities In Northern Australia For Fire Risk Communications, Danielle Brady, Donell j. Holloway, and Lelia Green

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Reflecting Upon The Challenges Of Building Online Community, Or: "A Techie's Guide To The Help Dummies Need', Leesa Costello and Lelia Green

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Self-revelation in an online health community: Exploring issues around co-presence for vulnerable members, Leesa Costello, Cynthia Witney, Lelia Green, and Vanessa Bradshaw

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Censoring, Censuring Or Empowering? Young People And Digital Agency, Lelia Green

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Children's and young people's interests as recognised in the Convergence Review, 2012, Lelia Green

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Children's interests in the National Classification Scheme Review, Lelia Green

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Australian migrant children: ICT use and the construction of future lives, Lelia Green and Nahid Kabir

Negotiating a new identity online and off-line: The HeartNET experience, Debbie Rodan, Lynsey Uridge, and Lelia Green

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Using CCTV footage as a communication training and safety resource, Carole Teague and Lelia Green

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A Moderator's Dilemma: Munchausen Syndrome By Internet, Lynsey Uridge, Debbie Rodan, and Lelia Green

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Building An Online Community In The Context Of An Existing Social Network Site, Cynthia Witney, Lelia Green, Leesa N. Costello, and Vanessa Bradshaw

Submissions from 2011

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How Australian Muslims Construct Western Fear of the Muslim Other, Lelia Green and Anne Ally

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Australian children’s experiences of parents’ online mediation, Lelia Green, John Hartley, Catharine Lumby, and Danielle Brady

Submissions from 2010

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Fear, anxiety and the state of terror, Anne Aly and Lelia Green

Internet savvy? Children and online risk, Lelia Green

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The internet: An introduction to new media, Lelia Green

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Obama's Election Campaign And The Integrated Use Of Social Media, Tammy McQueen and Lelia Green

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Using nicknames, pseudonyms and avatars on HeartNET: A snapshot of an online health support community, Debbie Rodan, Lynsey Kay Uridge, and Lelia Green

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An ambience of power? Challenges inherent in the role of the public transport transit officer, Christine Teague, Lelia Green, and David Leith

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Watching me, watching you: The use of CCTV to support safer work places for public transport transit officers, Christine Teague, Lelia Green, and David Leith

Submissions from 2009

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Fractures Between an Online and Offline Community (and the Ethical Responses), Lelia Rosalind Green and Leesa Narelle Costello

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BitTorrents and 'Family Guy': Teenage Peer Group Interactions Around a Peer-to-Peer Internet Download Community, Matthew Knight and Lelia Rosalind Green

Enhancing Wellness: HeartNET an Online Interactive Community Supporting People with Cardiovascular Disease, Lynsey Kay Uridge, Lelia Rosalind Green, and Debbie Rodan

Submissions from 2008

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Less than equal: Secularism, religious pluralism and privilege, Anne Aly and Lelia Rosalind Green

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Moderate Islam': Defining the good citizen, Anne Aly and Lelia Rosalind Green

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"We are next!": Listening to Jewish voices in a multicultural country, Lelia Rosalind Green, Gerry Bloustien, and Mark Balnaves

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What the British papers said on the first anniversary of the London bombing, Lelia Rosalind Green and Nahid Afrose Kabir

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What the British papers said on the second anniversary of the London bombings, Nahid Afrose Kabir and Lelia Rosalind Green

HeartNET: Moving towards a transformative space?, Lynsey Uridge, Debbie Rodan, and Lelia Rosalind Green

Submissions from 2007

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Finding a New Kind of Knowledge on the HeartNET Website, Leesa N. Bonniface and Lelia Rosalind Green

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Online Community -- The Near Death Experience - Masks and Miscommunication, Leesa N. Bonniface and Lelia Rosalind Green

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Adapting to a new identity: Reconstructing the self as a heart patient, Lelia Green, Leesa Boniface, and Tami McMahon

Submissions from 2006

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Communication on a health-related website offering therapeutic support: Phase 1 of the HeartNET website, Leesa N. Bonniface, Lelia Rosalind Green, and Maurice G. Swanson

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Play up! Play up! And play the game!, Lelia Rosalind Green and Ben Guinery

Submissions from 2005

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Affect and an Effective Online Therapeutic Community, Leesa N. Bonniface, Lelia Rosalind Green, and Maurice G. Swanson

Submissions from 2004

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Harry Potter and the fan fiction phenomenon, Lelia Green and Carmen Guinery

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@ Home: Australian Family Life and the Internet, Lelia Rosalind Green, Donell Joy Holloway, and Robyn Quin

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What porn? Children and the family internet, Donna Holloway, Lelia Green, and Robyn Quin

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Capturing research participants online: Bouncing off the net, Jack Seddon, Donell Holloway, Lelia Green, and Michelle Elliot

Submissions from 2003

Home is Where You Hang Your @: Australian Women on the Net, Donell Joy Holloway and Lelia Rosalind Green

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The Sesame Street Effect: Work, Study, Play and the Family Internet, Donell Joy Holloway and Lelia Rosalind Green

Submissions from 2002

What do Family Members Think They are Doing When They're Using the Internet@home, Donell Holloway and Lelia Rosalind Green