Journal Articles


Watts, R., Bessant, J., Catanzaro, M., Collin, P., Jackson, S., (2024) The Political in the Anthropocene: Reflections on a Ministerial Veto, 2021. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. 2024:1-14.


Swist, T., Collin, P., Lewis, J. Medlow, S., Williams, I., Davies, C. & Steinbeck, K. (2023), A digital innovation typology: Navigating the complexity of emerging technologies to negotiate health systems research with young peopleDigital Health, 1(1).

Arnot, G., Pitt, H., McCarthy, S., Collin, P., & Thomas S. (2023), Supporting young people as genuine political actors in climate decision-making, Health Promotion International, 38(6).

Swist, T., Mallawa Arachchi, T., Condie, J. & Hanckel, B. (2023), Socio-technically just pedagogies: a framework for curriculum-making in higher education, Learning, Media and Technology, DOI: 10.1080/17439884.2023.2237884

Collin, P. & Gordon, F. (2023), 'Children and Young People Contesting Citizenship'. Handbook of Children and Youth Studies, DOI:

Bessant, J., Collin, P., and Watts, R., L., (2023), ‘Blah, Blah, Blah … [not] business as usual’: politics through the lens of young female climate leaders, Australian Journal of Political Science, DOI: 10.1080/10361146.2023.2224239

Di Martino, L., & Swiatek, L. (2023). Online Pre-Events During the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal Of Communication, 17, 21. Retrieved from

Hanckel, B. & Shepherd, A. (2023). Representations of Gender categorizations: Examining the ways that young people re-curate gender in an urban science art gallery, Journal of Gender Studies, DOI: 10.1080/09589236.2023.2219986


Black, R., Collin, P., Idriss, S., Third, A., Walsh, L., Waite, C. (2022). In their own Words: 41 Stories of Young People’s Digital Citizenship. Learning, Media and Technology. DOI: 1080/17439884.2022.2044848 [Q1]

Chandra, S., Hanckel, B. (2022). ‘I wouldn't want my family to cop anything’: examining the family of origin and its place in LGBTQIA+ young people’s social media practices. Journal of Youth Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2022.2156781

Hilder, C. & Collin, P. (2022). The role of youth-led organisations in environmental protest movements, Special Edition Journal of Youth Studies.

Swist, T. Colin, P. et al (online first) ‘The Wellbeing Health & Youth Commission: Advancing youth engagement in adolescent health through a research-practice partnership’. Health Expectations

Swist, T., Collin P., Nguyen, B., Davies, C., Cullen, P., Medlow, S., Skinner, R., Amanda Third, A. & Steinbeck, K. (2022) ‘Guiding, sustaining and growing the public involvement of young people in an adolescent health research community of practice’, Health Expectations, 1-11. DOI:


Agho, K. E., Ahmed, T., Fleming, C. A., Dhami, M. V., Miner, C. A., Torome, R., & Ogbo, F. A. (2021). Breastfeeding practices among adolescent mothers and associated factors in Bangladesh (2004-2014). Nutrients, 13(2).

Amorim Palavras, M., Hay, P., Mannan, H. R., Luz, F. Q. da, Sainsbury, A., Touyz, S. W., & Claudino, A. M. (2021). Integrated weight loss and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for the treatment of recurrent binge eating and high body mass index : a randomized controlled trial. Eating And Weight Disorders, 26(1), 249-262.

Catanzaro, M. & Collin, P. (2021) . Kids Communicating Climate Change: Learning from the Visual Language of the SchoolStrike4Climate Protests. Educational Review special Issue - Youth Activism, Climate Change and Education (eds. Frances Howard, Ian Gimpsey, David Rousell). DOI:10.1080/00131911.2021.1925875

Dadich, A., Piper, A., & Coates, D. (2021). Implementation science in maternity care: A scoping review. Implementation Science, 16(16), 1-20.

Dadich, A., Boydell, K. M., Habak, S., & Watfern, C. (2021). Positive organisational arts-based youth scholarship: Redressing discourse on danger, disquiet, and distress. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(5655), 1-13.

Dahill, L., Touyz, S. W., Morrison, N. M. V., & Hay, P. (2021). Parental appearance teasing in adolescence and associations with eating problems : a systematic review. Bmc Public Health, 21.

Dahill, L., Mitchison, D., Morrison, N. M. V., Touyz, S. W., Bussey, K., Trompeter, N., … Hay, P. (2021). Prevalence of parental comments on weight/shape/eating amongst sons and daughters in an adolescent sample. Nutrients, 13(1).

Dal Maso, G., Robertson, S., & Rogers, D. (2021). Cultural platform capitalism : extracting value from cultural asymmetries in RealTech. Social And Cultural Geography, 22(4), 565-580.

Eapen, V., Dadich, A., Balachandran, S., Dani, A., Howari, R., Sequeria, A. Z., & Singer, J. D. (2021). E-mental health in child psychiatry during COVID-19: An initial attitudinal study. Australasian Psychiatry, Epub-ahead-of-print.

Fatt, S. J., Mond, J., Bussey, K., Griffiths, S., Murray, S. B., Lonergan, A., … Mitchison, D. (2021). Seeing yourself clearly : self-identification of a body image problem in adolescents with an eating disorder. Early Intervention In Psychiatry, 15(3), 577-584.

Hawkey, A., Ussher, J. M., Perz, J., & Parton, C. (2021). Talking but not always understanding: Couple communication about infertility concerns after cancer. BMC Public Health, 21(1), 161. doi:10.1186/s12889-021-10188-y

Hewitt, L., Dadich, A., Hartz, D. L., & Dahlen, H. G. (accepted 18th May 2021). Management and sustainability of midwifery group practice: Thematic and lexical analyses of midwife interviews. Women and Birth.

Hewitt, L., Dahlen, H. G., Hartz, D. L., & Dadich, A. (2021). Leadership and management in midwifery-led continuity of care models: A thematic and lexical analysis of a scoping review. Midwifery, 98, 1-8.

Hopwood, N., Dadich, A., Elliot, C., & Moraby, K. (2021). How is brilliance enacted in professional practices? Insights from the theory of practice architectures. Professions & Professionalism, 11(2), 1-22.

Khorana, S.(2021).  ‘Can producers and consumers of colour decolonize foodie culture?: An exploration of food media in settler colonies', Gender, Work and Organisation.

Khorana, S. (2021). 'COVID-19 and the affective politics of congestion: an exploration of population density debates in Australia', Cultural Studies, 35:2-3, 306-318.

Khorana, S. (2021). 'How to make arts-based interventions appropriate for young refugees?: towards a decolonial framework', Journal of Youth Studies.

Le, L. K. -D., Mihalopoulos, C., Engel, L., Touyz, S. W., Gonzalez-Chica, D. A., Stocks, N., & Hay, P. (2021). Burden and health state utility values of eating disorders : results from a population-based survey. Psychological Medicine, 51(1), 130-137.

Luz, F. Q. da, Hay, P., Wisniewski, L., Cordas, T., & Sainsbury, A. (2021). The treatment of binge eating disorder with cognitive behavior therapy and other therapies : an overview and clinical considerations. Obesity Reviews, 22(5).

Marrades, R. Collin, P, Catanzaro, M. Mussi, E. (2021). Planning from Failure: Transforming a Waterfront through Experimentation in a Placemaking Living Lab. Special Edition Urban Planning 6(1): 221–234  DOI: 10.17645/up.v6i1.3586

Paul, C., Carlson, M. A., Morris, S., Day, F., Dadich, A., Ryan, A., Cox, M., & Fradgley, E. (2021). Psychometric properties of leadership scales for health professionals: A systematic review. Implementation Science, Epub-ahead-of-print.

Piya, M. K., Chimoriya, R., Yu, W., Grudzinskas, K., Myint, K., Skelsey, K., … Hay, P. (2021). Improvement in eating disorder risk and psychological health in people with class 3 obesity : effects of a multidisciplinary weight management program. Nutrients, 13(5).

Perumbil Pathrose, S., Patterson, P., Ussher, J. M., Everett, B. L., Salamonson, Y., McDonald, F. E., … Ramjan, L. M. (2021). [In Press] Feasibility, acceptability, and sychosocial outcomes of a mindfulness-based interactive e-book for young people with cancer. Journal Of Adolescent And Young Adult Oncology.

Rossiter, N & Innis, H.A, (2021). Asian media and dependency theory: remembering the work of Brian Shoesmith, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

Sandbach, K. (2021). [In Press] Mapping the creative sprawl : the design sector in Western Sydney. Cultural Trends.

Tannous, K., Hay, P., Girosi, F., Heriseanu, A. I., Ahmed, M. U., & Touyz, S. W. (2021). [In Press] The economic cost of bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder : a population-based study. Psychological Medicine.

Ussher, J.M., Perz, J., Hawkey, A.J. (2021). “It was everything in one booklet”: A randomized controlled evaluation of an educational resource to address fertility concerns after cancer. Psycho-Oncology.

Villarosa, A. R., Ramjan, L. M., Maneze, D., & George, A. (2021). Conducting population health research during the COVID-19 pandemic : impacts and recommendations . Sustainability, 13(6).

Villarosa, A. R., Ramjan, L. M., Maneze, D., Camilleri, M., Srinivas, R., & George, A. (2021). Expanding the role of dental practitioners to address childhood overweight and obesity. International Journal Of Integrated Care, 20.

Wade, T. D., Allen, K. L., Crosby, R. D., Fursland, A., Hay, P., McIntosh, V. V., … Byrne, S. M. (2021). Outpatient therapy for adult anorexia nervosa : early weight gain trajectories and outcome. European Eating Disorders Review, 29(3), 472-481.

Wade, T. D., Hart, L. M., Mitchison, D., & Hay, P. (2021). Driving better intervention outcomes in eating disorders : a systematic synthesis of research priority setting and the involvement of consumer input. European Eating Disorders Review, 29(3), 346-354.

Watfern, C., Doran, B., Dadich, A., Triandafilidis, Z., Habak, S., & Boydell, K. M. (2021). The HIVE: A co-created art installation about health. Public Health, 193, 26-28.


Al-Amer, R., Maneze, D., Ramjan, L. M., Villarosa, A. R., Darwish, R., & Salamonson, Y. (2020). Psychometric testing of the Arabic version of the patient health questionnaire among adolescent refugees living in Jordan. International Journal Of Mental Health Nursing, 29(4), 685-692.

Alex, J., Salamonson, Y., Ramjan, L. M., Montayre, J., Fitzsimons, J., & Ferguson, C. (2020). The impact of educational interventions for patients living with indwelling urinary catheters : a scoping review. Contemporary Nurse, 56(4), 309-330.

Alex, J., Ramjan, L. M., Salamonson, Y., & Ferguson, C. (2020). Nurses as key advocates of self-care approaches to chronic disease management. Contemporary Nurse, 56(2), 101-104.

Bandara P, Page A, Senarathna L, Kidger J, Feder G, Gunnell D, Rajapakse T, Knipe D. Domestic violence and intentional self-poisoning in Sri Lanka. Psychological Medicine. 2020.

Bones, H., Ford, S., Hendery, R., Richards, K., & Swist, T. (2020). In the Frame: the Language of AI. Philosophy & Technology, 1-22.

Collier, A., De Bellis, A., Hosie, A., Dadich, A., Symonds, T., Prendergast, J., Rodrigues, J., & Bevan, A. (2020). Fundamental care for people with cognitive impairment in the hospital setting: A study combining positive organisational scholarship and video‐reflexive ethnography. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29(11-12), 1957-1967.

Dadich, A., Collier, A., & Hodgins, M. (2019). Navigating and understanding organisational complexity in health services: The value of POSH-VRE. Journal of Management & Organization, 26(3), 375-390.

Dadich, A., & Farr-Wharton, B. (2020). Positive organisational scholarship in healthcare. Journal of Management & Organization, 26(3), 289-295.

Dadich, A., & Khan, A. (2020). Using Twitter to promote a youth mental health agenda. Health Promotion International, Epub-ahead-of-print, 1-15.

Denejkina, A. (2020). Book review : On Drugs. Ethical Space, 17(1), 37-38.

Ee, C., Courten, B. de, Avard, N., De Manincor, M. J., Al-Dabbas, M. A., Hao, J., … Chang, D. H. -T. (2020). Shared medical appointments and mindfulness for Type 2 diabetes : a mixed-methods feasibility study. Frontiers In Endocrinology, 11.

Evans, S., Plath, D., Stout, B., & Dadich, A. (2020). Clarifying the role of belief-motive explanations in multi-stakeholder realist evaluation. Evaluation and Program Planning, 80, 1-5.

Ewald, A., Gilbert, E., & Huppatz, K. E. (2020). Fathering and flexible working arrangements : a systematic interdisciplinary review. Journal Of Family Theory And Review, 12(1), 27-40.

Fahey, P.P., Page, A., Stone, G. Astell-Burt T. Augmenting cancer registry data with health survey data with no cases in common: the relationship between pre-diagnosis health behaviour and post-diagnosis survival in oesophageal cancer. BMC Cancer. 2020. 20:496.

Hanckel, B., Milton, S. & Green, J. (2020). Unruly bodies: resistance, (in)action and hysteresis in a public health intervention. Social Theory Health. Volume 18, Issue 2.

Harris, A., Baldassar, L., & Robertson, S. (2020). Settling down in time and place? : changing intimacies in mobile young people's migration and life courses. Population, Space And Place, 26(8).

Hawkey, A.J., Ussher, J.M., Liamputtong, P., Marjadi, B., Sekar, J.A., Perz, J., Ryan, S., Schmied, V., Brook, E., & Dune, T. (2020). Trans women’s responses to sexual violence: A story of resilience and agency. Archives of Sexual Behaviour doi: 10.1007/s10508-021-01965-2.

Hawkey, A.J., Ussher, J.M., Perz, J., Parton, C., Patterson, P., Bateson, D., Hobbs, K., & Kirsten, L. (2020). The impact of cancer related fertility concerns on current and future couple relationships: People with cancer and partner perspectives. European Journal of Cancer Care e13348. doi:10.1111/ecc.13348

Hendery, R., & Burrell, A. (2020). Playful interfaces to the archive and the embodied experience of data. Journal Of Documentation, 76(2), 484-501.

Hopwood, N., Elliot, C., Moraby, K., & Dadich, A. (2020). Parenting enterally fed children: How families go from surviving to thriving. Child: Care, Health and Development, 46(6), 741-748.

Hopwood, N., Moraby, K., Dadich, A., Gowans, J., Pointon, K., Ierardo, A., Reilly, C., Syrmis, M., Frederiksen, N., Disher-Quill, K., Sheuring, N., Heves, R., & Elliot, C. (accepted Nov. 18, 2020). Paediatric tube-feeding: An agenda for care improvement and research. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health.

Khorana, S. (2020). Diverse Australians on television: from nostalgic whiteness to aspirational multiculturalism. Media International Australia, 174(1), 29-38.

Khorana, S. (2020). 'Home and Away vs Netflix: Inter-generational and Intersectional Asian Australian Viewing Patterns', Journal of Intercultural Studies, 41:6, 694-707.

Kippist, L., Fulop, L., Dadich, A., & Smyth, A. (2020). Brilliant renal care: A really positive study of patient, carer, and staff experiences within an Australian health service. Journal of Management & Organization, 26(3), 355-374.

Kong, A. C., Souza e Sousa, M. S. de, Ramjan, L. M., Dickson, M. L., Goulding, J., Gwynne, K., … George, A. (2020). "Got to build that trust" : the perspectives and experiences of Aboriginal health staff on maternal oral health. International Journal For Equity In Health, 19(1).

Kumar, S., Banerjee, B., & Dadich, A. (accepted 1st Sep. 2020). The business-government nexus: Impact of government actions and carbon legislation on business responses to climate change in Australia. Journal of Management & Organization.

Liamputtong, P., Noack-Lundberg, K., Dune, T., Marjadi, B., Schmied, V., Ussher, J., Perz, J., Hawkey, A.J., Sekar, J., & Brook, E. (2020). Embodying transgender: An analysis of trans women in online forumsInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(18), 6571.

Magee, L. Kearney, E. Bellerose, D. Collin, P. Crabtree, L. Humphry, J. James, P. Notley, T. Sharma, A. Third, A. & Yorke, S. (2020), (published online first October 2018). Addressing a Volatile Subject: Adaptive Measurement of Australian Digital Capacities. Information, Communication and Society, vol. 23, no. 7, pp. 998–1019. Information, Communication and Society.

Matthewman, S., & Huppatz, K. E. (2020). A sociology of Covid-19. Journal Of Sociology, 56(4), 675-683.

Newton, K., & Huppatz, K. E. (2020). Policewomen's perceptions of gender equity policies and initiatives in Australia. Feminist Criminology, 15(5), 593-610.

Niederkrotenthaler T, Gunnell D, Arensman E, Pirkis J, Appleby L, Hawton K, John A, Kapur N, Khan M, O’Connor RC, Platt S, and the International COVID‐19 Suicide Prevention Research Collaboration. Suicide research, prevention, and COVID-19: Towards a global response and the establishment of an International Research Collaboration. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. 2020; 41:321-330.

Olson, R. E., Bellocchi, A., & Dadich, A. (2020). A post-paradigmatic approach to analysing emotions in social life. Emotions and Society, Epub-ahead-of-print, 1-22.

Page A, Sperandei S, Spittal MJ, Pirkis J. Ensuring older Australians remain socially connected during the COVID-19 isolation period. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. July, 2020.

Perumbil Pathrose, S., Everett, B. L., Patterson, P., Ussher, J. M., Salamonson, Y., McDonald, F. E., … Ramjan, L. M. (2020). [In Press] Mindfulness-based interventions for young people with cancer: an integrated literature review. Cancer Nursing.

Plath, D., Dadich, A., Evans, S., Stout, B., & Lawson, K. (accepted 21st Jan. 2020). Personalised budgets: What is the future for child protection? British Journal of Social Work.

Pincham H., Harrison, J. Collin P. (2020). Discussion: Successful youth participatory health research depends on the attitudes of adults. Lancet Child and Adoelscent Health, vol 4, issue 12: pp.857-859

Robertson, S. (2020). Suspending, settling, sponsoring : the intimate chronomobilities of young Asian migrants in Australia. Global Networks, 20(4), 677-696.

Rwabilimbo AG, Yimam K, Page A, Ogbo FA. Trends and factors associated with the utilisation of antenatal care services during the Millenium Development Goals era in Tanzania. Tropical Medicine and Health. 2020. 48(1): 1-6.

Salter, M., Robinson, K. H., Ullman, J., Denson, N., Ovenden, G., Noonan, K., … Huppatz, K. E. (2020). Gay, bisexual, and queer men's attitudes and understandings of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. Journal Of Interpersonal Violence.

Stout, B., Dadich, A., Evans, S., Plath, D., & Lawson, K. (2020). Researching social work practice ethically and developing ethical researchers. Ethics and Social Welfare, 14(2), 172-186.

Ussher, J. M., Hawkey, A.J, Perz, J., Liamputtong, P., Sekar, J., Marjadi, B., Schmied, V., Dune, T., & Brook, E. (2020). Crossing boundaries and fetishisation: Experiences of sexual violence for trans women of colourJournal of Interpersonal Violence, doi: 10.1177/0886260520949149.

Ussher, J.M., Hawkey, A., Perz, J., Liamputtong, P., Sekar, J., Marjadi, B., Schmied, V., Dune, T., Brook, E. (2020). Gender affirmation and social exclusion amongst trans women of color in Australia. International Journal of Transgenderism


Atkinson, J., Page, A., Heffernan, M., McDonnell, G., Prodan, A., Campos, B., Meadows, G., & Hickie, I.B. (2019). The impact of strengthening mental health services to prevent suicidal behaviourAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Jul;53(7), 642-50.

Baker, J., Raman, S., Kohlhoff, J., George, A., Kaplun, C., Dadich, A., Best, C., Arora, A., Zwi, K., Schmied, V., & Eapen, V. (2019). Optimising refugee children's health/wellbeing in preparation for primary and secondary school: a qualitative inquiryBMC Public Health. 19(1).

Bagheri, N., Batterham, P.J., Salvador-Carulla, L., Chen, Y., Page, A., Calear, A.L., & Congdon, P. (2019). Development of the Australian Neighbourhood Social Fragmentation Index and its association with spatial variation in depression across communities. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 54(10), 1189-98.

Dadich, A., & Jarrett, C. (2019). Understanding practitioner perspectives of youth healthcare using thematic and lexical analysesHealth Expectations. 22(5), 1144-1155.

Dadich, A., Moore, L., & Eapen, V. (2019). What does it mean to conduct participatory research with Indigenous peoples?: a lexical reviewBMC Public Health. 19(1).

Hawkey, A.J., Ussher, J.M., & Perz, J. (2019). Negotiating (hetero) sexual agency in the context of marriage: Migrant and refugee women’s experiences and constructions. Healthcare for Women International, 7(40), 870-897. doi: 10.1080/07399332.2019.1566334

Hendery, R., Magee, L., Perry, A., & Swist, T. (2019). Prototyping through Play: Sketches from an Urban Satellite Region Hackathon Trace. A Journal of Writing, Media, and Ecology.

Soldatic, K., Magee, L., & Robertson, S. (2019). Temporal negotiations of social inclusion: temporality, mobility, and encounter in disabled people's lifeworlds: commentary on "Using the concept of encounter" (Bigby & Wiesel, 2018)Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 6(1). 52-57.

Stevens, G., Hammond, T.E., Brownhill, S., Anand, M., De La Riva, A., Hawkins, J., Chapman, T., Baldacchino, R., Micallef, J., Andepalli, J., Kotak, A., Gunja, N., Page, A., Gould, G., Ryan, J., Whyte, I.M., Carter, G.L., & Jones, A. (2019) SMS SOS: a randomized controlled trial to reduce self-harm and suicide attempts using SMS text messagingBMC Psychiatry. 19(117).

Stout, B., Dadich, A., Evans, S., Plath, D., & Lawson, K. (2019). Researching social work practice ethically and developing ethical researchersEthics and Social Welfare.

Swist, T., Collin, P., & Third A. (2019). Children's data journeys beyond the 'supply chain': co-curating flows and frictionsMedia International Australia. 170(1), 68-77.

Swist, T., & Magee L. (2019). Assemblages of altruism in urban service delivery: seamful designs and cities. Journal of Urban Affairs. 41(5), 618-629.


Catanzaro, M, & James, E 2018, Multiple place/s: exploring the link between urban politics and rural festival environments, Journal of Place Management and Development

Deitz, M, Notley, T, Cantanzaro, M, Third, A, & Sandbach, K 2018, Emotion mapping: using participatory media to support young people's participation in urban design, Emotion Space and Society, 28, 9-17,

Hawkey, A.J., Ussher, J.M., & Perz, J (2018). "If you don't have a baby, you can't be in our culture": Migrant and refugee women's experiences and constructions of fertility and fertility controlWomen’s Reproductive Health, 5(2) 75-98. doi: 10.1080/23293691.2018.1463728

Magee L, Kearney E, Bellerose D, Collin P, Crabtree L, Humphry J, James P, Notley T, Sharma A, Third A, Yorke S. (2018), ‘Addressing a volatile subject: Adaptive measurement of Australian digital capacities, Information, Communication and Society, 23(7): 998-1019.

Magee, L & Swist, T 2018, Listening in on Informal Smart Cities: Vernacular Mapping in Mirpur, Dhaka, Journal of Peer Production, Issue #11, January 2018

Shaw, T., York, S., White, K., McGregor, D., Rankin, N., Hawkey, A.J, Aranda, S., Rushton, S. & Currow, D. (2018). Defining success factors to describe coordinated care in cancer. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 8(3), 357-365. doi: 10.1093/tbm/iby022

Ussher, J.M., Hawkey, A.J., & Perz, J. (2018). “Age of despair”, or “When Life starts”: Migrant and refugee women negotiate constructions of menopause. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 21(7), 741-756. doi: 10.1080/13691058.2018.1514069


Denson, N, Bowman, N, & Park, J (2017), Preparing students for a diverse, deliberative democracy: College diversity experiences and informed citizenship after college, Teachers College Record, 119(9), n9

Hawkey, A.J., Ussher, J.M., Perz, J., & Metusela, C. (2017). Experiences and constructions of menarche and menstruation among migrant and refugee women. Qualitative Health Research, 27(10), 1473-1490. doi:10.1177/1049732316672639

Hawkey, A.J., Ussher, J.M., & Perz, J. (2017). Regulation and resistance: Negotiation of premarital sexuality in the context of migrant and refugee women. The Journal of Sex Research, 55(9), 1116-1133. doi:10.1080/00224499.2017.1336745

Livingstone, S & Third, A 2017, Children and young people's rights in the digital age: An emerging agenda, New Media & Society, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 657-670

Metusela, C., Ussher, J.M, Perz, J., Hawkey, A.J, Morrow, M., Narchal, R., . . . Monteiro, M. (2017). “In my culture, we don’t know anything about that”: Sexual and reproductive health of migrant and refugee women. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 24(6), 836-845. doi:10.1007/s12529-017-9662-3

Swist T & Collin, P 2017, Introducing a ‘networked-capability approach’: the role of platforms, people and places for children’s rights in the digital age. New Media and Society 19(5): 671-685

Swist, T & Magee, L (2017), Academic publishing and its digital binds: beyond the paywall towards ethical executions of code, Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 240-259

Swist, T, Magee, L, Sweeting, D & Phuong, J 2017, The labour of communicating publics: Participatory platforms, socio-technical intermediaries and pluralistic expertise. Communication and the Public, 2(3), pp. 210–225

Ussher, J.M., Perz, J., Metusela, C., Hawkey, A.J., Morrow, M., Narchal, R., & Estoesta, J. (2017). Negotiating discourses of shame, secrecy, and silence: Migrant and refugee women’s experiences of sexual embodiment. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 46(7), 1901-1921. doi:10.1007/s10508-016-0898-9


Collin, P. & Swirst, T. 2016, From Products to Publics: Youth as co-designers in social marketing campaigns. Journal of Youth Studies 19(3): 305 – 318

Swist, T. Hodge, B. & Collin, P. (2016). Cultural making’: how complexity and power relations are modulated in transdisciplinary research. Continuum, 30(4): 489 – 501.

Swist, T. & Kuswara, A. (2016). Place-making in higher education: co-creating engagement and knowledge practices in the networked age, Higher Education Research & Development, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 100-114


BinDhim, N.F., Hawkey, A.J., & Trevena, L. (2015). A systematic review of quality assessment methods for smartphone health apps. Telemedicine and e-Health, 21(2), 97-104. doi:10.1089/tmj.2014.0088