Book Chapters

2024

Bessant, J., Collin, P., Watts, R. (forthcoming). A Revisionist Account the Democratic Crisis and Youth Participation. In Bessant, J., Collins, P., O’Keeffe, P. (Eds.), Research Handbook for the Sociology of Youth, Edward Elgar Publishing.

2023

Catanzaro, M., (2023) Understanding Young People’s visual politics: Making young people’s participation (more) visible, in J. Bessant, P. Collin, P. O’keefe (eds) Research handbook for the Sociology of Youth, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Collin, P., & Gordan, F. (2023). Children and young people contesting citizenship. In J. Wyn, H. Cahill, & H. Cuervo (Eds.), Handbook of Children and Youth Studies (pp. 1-14). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-4451-96-3_80-1

Collin, P., Bessant, J., and Watts, R., L., (forthcoming). When We Can’t vote, Action Is All We Have’:  Student Climate Politics, Rights and Justice. In McLeod, J., Wright K.  (Eds.), Childhood, Youth and Activism: Global Perspectives on Demands for Rights and Justice from Young People and their Advocates, Emerald.

2022

Tasker, S. & Collin, P. (2022) Young people shaping wise futures. in Joy Higgs, Dr Diane Tasker, Jan Orrell, and Dr Narelle Patton (eds) Shaping Wise Futures, Brill Publishing, Leiden: pp 396-415.

2021

Burrows, S., Falk, M., Hendery, R., & McDonough, K. (2021). Stationers, papetiers and the supply networks of a Swiss publisher : the Sociéte typographique de Neuchâtel and the paper trade 1769–1789. In D. Bellingradt & A. Reynolds (Eds.), The Paper Trade in Early Modern Europe: Practices, Materials, Networks (pp. 266-301). Brill

Collin, P. & Matthews, I. (2021) ‘School Strike for Climate: Australian Students Renegotiating Citizenship’ in Bessant, J., Mejia Mesinas, A.,  and  Pickard, S. (eds). 2020. When Students Protest. (Vol 1): Secondary School students. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield: 125 - 144.

Kandasamy, N., & Soldatic, K. (2021). Going beyond disability identity and creating communities of belonging : perception management and gendered disability advocacy. In K. Soldatic & D. Samararatne (Eds.), Women with Disabilities as Agents of Peace, Change and Rights: Experiences from Sri Lanka (pp. 16-31). Routledge

Ramjan, L. M., & Clark, G. (2021). Mental disorders of childhood and adolescence. In Mental Health in Nursing: Theory and Practice for Clinical Settings (pp. 288-310). Elsevier Australia

Soldatic, K., & Iscel, N. (2021). Social movements. In J. Arvanitakis (Ed.), Sociologic: Analysing Everyday Life and Culture. Oxford University Press

Soldatic, K., & Samararatne, D. W. (2021). Conclusion and recommendations: enabling women with disabilities' advocacy and activism in the peace-building landscape. In K. Soldatic & D. Samararatne (Eds.), Women with Disabilities as Agents of Peace, Change and Rights: Experiences from Sri Lanka (pp. 100-103).  Routledge

Soldatic, K., & Samararatne, D. W. (2021). Introduction: out of the shadows: women with disabilities as agents of peace, justice and reparations in Sri Lanka. In K. Soldatic & D. Samararatne (Eds.), Women with Disabilities as Agents of Peace, Change and Rights: Experiences from Sri Lanka (pp. 1-15). Routledge

Swist T., & Collin P. (2021) Innovating Youth Engagement and Partnerships to Progress the SDGs. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Lange Salvia A., Wall T. (eds) Partnerships for the Goals. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71067-9_113-1

Third, A., Lala, G., Moody, L. & Theakstone, G. (2021) Children's Views on Digital Health in the Global South: Perspectives from Cross-National, Creative and Participatory Workshops. In Lupton, D, & Leahy, D. Creative approaches to health education. London; New York: Routledge: 173-89.

Ussher, J.M, Carter, R., Schmied, V., & Hawkey, A.J. (2021). Transgender sexual violence. In. A. Goldbery & G. Beemyn (Eds). The Sage Encyclopaedia of Transgender Studies. CA: SAGE. Doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781544393858

2020

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, Open Science Framework .

Collin, P. Swist, T. Taddeo, C., & Spears, B. (2020) ‘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 (pp. 115 – 129). Routledge.

Khorana, S. (2020). Australians in Hanoi : when street food tours are safely exotic. In V. Cicchelli, S. Octobre, & V. Fiegel (Eds.), Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism and Global Culture (pp. 139-153). Brill

Livingstone, S., Third, A. & Lansdown, G. (2020) ‘Children’s Rights in the Digital Environment: A Challenging Terrain for Evidence-Based Policy’ in L. Green, D. Holloway, K. Stevenson, T. Leaver & L. Haddon (eds.), Routledge Companion to Digital Media and Children. London and New York: Routledge.

Perera, B., Kandasamy, N., & Soldatic, K. (2020). Militaristic enforcement and its effects on disability. In N. Georgeou & C. Hawksley (Eds.), State Responses to COVID-19: A Global Snapshot at 1 June 2020 (pp. 74-75). Western Sydney University

Soldatic, K. (2020). Disability-Indigenous gendered relations in settler-colonial Australia : continuities, trajectories and enmeshments. In C. Spivakovsky, L. Steele, & P. Weller (Eds.), The Legacies of Institutionalisation: Disability, Law and Policy in the ‘Deinstitutionalised’ Community (pp. 116-126). Hart Publishing

Soldatic, K. (2020). Social suffering in the neoliberal age : surplusisty and the partially disabled subject. In N. Watson & S. Vehmas (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies (pp. 237-249).  Routledge

Somers, K., & Soldatic, K. (2020). Productive bodies : how neoliberalism makes and unmakes disability in human and non-human animals. In S. Jenkins, K. Struthers Montford, & C. Taylor (Eds.), Disability and Animality: Crip Perspectives in Critical Animal Studies (pp. 35-56). Routledge

Ussher, J.M, Hawkey, A. & Perz, J. (2020) Provision of Sexual Health Support. In: M. Watson, & D. Kissane (Eds). Psycho-Oncology Care: Companion Guides for Clinicians, Book Two: Sexual Health, Fertility and Relationships in Cancer Care (pp. 19-40). UK: Oxford University Press. Doi:10.1093/med/9780190934033.003.0002.

2019

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, University of Sydney Press, Sydney.

Denejkina, A. (2019). Writing trauma : the other into the story of the self. In B. Avieson, F. Giles, & S. Joseph (Eds.), Still Here: Memoirs of Trauma, Illness and Loss (pp. 67-83). Routledge

Hawkey, A.J. (2019). Shame, silence and secrecy: Migrant and refugee women’s negotiation of sexual and reproductive health and embodiment. In J. Ussher, J. Chrisler & J. Perz (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (pp. 515-529). UK: Routledge. Doi: 10.4324/9781351035620-35.

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. Singapore.

Mcbride, K., Macmillan, F., George, E., & Steiner G. (2019). ‘Health promotion and social determinants of health’ in Social Determinants of Health (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 (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. U.K. 267-281.

Rowe, H & Hawkey, A.J. (2019). Miscarriage. In J. Ussher, J. Chrisler & J. Perz (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (pp. 296-307). UK: Routledge. Doi: 10.4324/9781351035620-20.

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. 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. U.K. 376-410.

Ussher, JM, Hawkey, A.J. & Perz, J. (2019). Sexual embodiment in girlhood and beyond: Young migrant and refugee women’s discourse of silence, secrecy and shame. In: S. Lamb & J. Gilbert (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Sexual Development Childhood and Adolescence (pp. 113-138).UK: Cambridge University Press.

2018

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, Palgrave Macmillan

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, Sage.

Collin, P, Notley, T & Third, A. (2018), 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, Chandos Publishing, Amsterdam, pp. 19-36.

Hawkey, A.J, Ussher, J.M, & Perz, J. (2018). “I treat my daughters not like my mother treated me”: Migrant and refugee women’s constructions and experiences of menarche and menstruation. C. Bobel, B. Fahs, K.A. Hasson, E. Kissling, T.A. Roberts, & I. Winkler (Eds.), Palgrave Critical Menstrual Studies Handbook (pp. 99-113). UK: Palgrave. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-15-0614-7.

2017

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 (pp. 153-178), Palgrave Macmillan UK

Collin, P., Notley, T. & Third, A. (2017) ‘Cultivating Digital Capacities: A role for Social Living Labs?’ in Dezuanni, M., Foth, M., Mallan, K. & Hughes, H. (Eds.) Digital Participation: Enabling Communities Beyond Broadband Access. Chandos Publishing, Cambridge, MA. & Oxford: 19-35.

Third, A, Bellerose, D, Keltie, E, Pihl, K, Cortesi, S. & Pawelczyk, K. (2017), ‘From risk to opportunity: Towards a rights-based approach to understanding children’s digital media practices’, in F. Odabasi (ed.), Children and Digital Media [in Turkish].

2016

Collin, P. (2016) Digital media and identity, in Huppatz, K. Hawkins, M. Matthews, A. (eds) Identity and Belonging, Palgrave Macmillan: 181-193.

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, Rowman & Littlefield international, London

Third, A. (2016) The Tactical Researcher: Rethinking Cultural Studies Research as Pedagogy’ in ed. Andrew Hickey, The Pedagogies of Cultural Studies. London and New York: Routledge: 93-115.