Book Chapters

Collin, P., Matthews, I., Churchill, B. and Jackson, S. (2020), 'Australia', Protest for a Future II: Composition, Mobilization and Motives of the Participants in Fridays For Future Climate Protests on 20-27 September, 2019, in 19 Cities Around the World (opens in a new window), Open Science Framework .

Collin, P., & McCormack, J. (2019) ‘Young People and Politics’ in N. Barry, J. Butcher, P. Chen, I. Cook, H. Manning, M. Taflaga Australia’s Politics and Public Policy (opens in a new window), University of Sydney Press, Sydney.

Collin, P., & McCormack, J. (2019) ‘Humanities Research Platform’ in N. Barry, J. Butcher, P. Chen, I. Cook, H. Manning, M. Taflaga Australia’s Politics and Public Policy (opens in a new window), University of Sydney Press, Sydney.

Collin, P. Swist, T. Taddeo, C., & Spears, B. (2019) ‘Working with Complexity: Between Control and Care in Digital Research Ethics’ in P. Billet, M. Hart, D. Martin (eds) Complexities of Researching with Young People (opens in a new window) (pp. 115 – 129). Routledge.

James, D., Condie, J., & Lean G. (2019). ‘Travel, Tinder and gender in digitally mediated tourism encounters’ in  C.J. Nash, A. Gorman-Murray (ed) The Geographies of Digital Sexuality (opens in a new window). Singapore.

Mcbride, K., Macmillan, F., George, E., & Steiner G. (2019). ‘Health promotion and social determinants of health’ in Social Determinants of Health (opens in a new window) (pp. 131 – 152). Liamputtong, Pranee, U.K.

Magee, L., Third, A., & Sweeting D. (2019). ‘Rapid development and the child's future right to the city’ in C. Fenton-Glynn (Ed.) Children's Rights and Sustainable Development: Interpreting the UNCRC for Future Generations (opens in a new window) (pp. 337 – 360). U.K.

Olson, R., & Dadich A. (2019). ‘Power, (com)passion and trust in interprofessional healthcare in Emotions’ in R. Patulny, A. Bellocchi, R.E. Olson, S. Khoran, J. McKenzie, M. Peterie (Eds) Emotions Late Modernity (opens in new window). U.K. 267-281.

Swist, T., & Collin, P. (2019) ‘Playing with Zombie Problems: Gender-Digital-Play assemblage in online campaigns’ in Parry, Johnson, Fullagar (Eds) Digital Dilemmas: Transforming gender identities and power in everyday life (opens in a new window). Palgrave Macmillan.

Third, A., Livingstone, S., & Lansdown, G. (2019). ‘Recognizing children's rights in relation to digital technologies : challenges of voice and evidence, principle and practice’ in B. Wagner, M.C. Kettemann, K. Vieth. Research Handbook on Human Rights and Digital Technology: Global Politics, Law and International Relations (opens in a new window). U.K. 376-410.

Collin, P. Lala, G. & Fieldgrass, L. (2018), Youth political participation, empowerment, democracy and hearing young people’s views, in Pam Alldred, Fin Cullen, Kathy Edwards and Dana Fusco, (eds) The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice (opens in a new window), Sage.

Bansel, P. (2018), Becoming and Belonging: negotiating Non-heteronormative Identities Online and at School, in C Halse (Ed.) Interrogating belonging for Young People in Schools (opens in new window), Palgrave Macmillan

Bodkin-Andrews, G, Whittaker, A, Cooper, E, Parada, R H, Denson, N, & Bansel, P. (2017), Moving Beyond Essentialism: Aboriginal Parental Perceptions of School Bullying and School Engagement. In Indigenous Children Growing Up Strong (opens in a new window) (pp. 153-178), Palgrave Macmillan UK

Collin, P, Notley, T & Third, A. (2017), Cultivating (digital) capacities: a role for social living labs?, in M Dezuani, M Foth, K Mallan & H Hughes (eds), Digital participation through social living labs (opens in a new window), Chandos Publishing, Amsterdam, pp. 19-36.

Third, A & Collin, P. (2016), Rethinking (children's and young people's) citizenship through dialogues on digital practice', in A McCosker, S Vivienne & A Johns (eds), Negotiating digital citizenship: control, contest and culture (opens in a new window), Rowman & Littlefield international, London