SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

THE FUTURE OF PR IS 'FANTASTIC', 'FRIENDLY' AND 'FUNNY': OCCUPATIONAL STEREOTYPES AND SYMBOLIC CAPITAL IN ENTRY-LEVEL JOB ADVERTISEMENTS

Bhargava, D. & Theunissen, P. (2019)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Public Relations Review 45 (4)

MAINSTREAMING MOBILE LEARNING IN JOURNALISM EDUCATION

Chochrane, T., Sissons, S., Mulrennan, D. (2017)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In H. Crompton & J. Traxler (Eds.), Mobile learning in higher education: Challenges in context (12 pgs). Routledge.

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MEME WARS: VISUAL COMMUNICATION IN POPULAR TRANSHUMANISM

Frommherz, G. (2017)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] The International Journal of the Image 8 (4), 1-19.

LEARN FROM YOUR ENVIRONMENT: A VISUAL LITERACY LEARNING MODEL

Guinibert, M. (2020)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 36 (4), 173-188.

IF S/HE BE WORTHY: REDDITORS' RECEPTION TO FEMALE THOR

Guinibert, M. & Nairn, A. (2021)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In B. Yanikkaya & A. Nairn (Eds.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Women, Voice, and Agency (pp. 190-218). IGI Global.

THERE IS NO 'I' IN TEAM, BUT THERE SHOULD BE

Hyde, L. & Theunissen, P. (2020)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal 22, 1-13.

ELEGY FOR MEDIATED DIALOGUE: SHIVA THE DESTROYER AND RECLAIMING OUR FIRST PRINCIPLES

Kent, M. & Theunissen, P. (2016)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] International Journal of Communication 10, 4040-4054.

LIGHTS, ACTION, NAUGHTY BITS: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF NEW ZEALANDER'S ATTITUDES TO 'NAKED ATTRACTION'

Matthews, J. & Nairn, A. (2020)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] IAFOR Journal of Cultural Studies 5 (2), 49-68.

MOBILE SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE NEWS: WHERE HEUTAGOGY ENABLES JOURNALISM EDUCATION

Mulrennan, D. (2017)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 8 (3), 322-333.

WHAT IS WITH ALL THE HATE? A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF NEW ZEALANDERS’ ATTITUDES TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION’S ‘GIVE NOTHING TO RACISM’ SOCIAL MARKETING CAMPAIGN

Nairn, A. (2020)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] New Zealand Sociology 35 (1), 97-122.

HEALTHY CONVERSATIONS ABOUT RACISM

Nairn, A. (June 11, 2021)

[ WEBINAR ] How can we influence changes of perspective and promote racial equity? Community Research.

RULING THE COUNTRY WITHOUT LOSING THE SELF: AN EXPLORATION OF PRIME MINISTER JACINDA ARDERN'S IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

Nairn, A. (2021)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In B. Yanikkaya & A. Nairn (Eds.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Women, Voice, and Agency (pp. 24-54). IGI Global.

MOSTLY, DO NO HARM. REPRESENTATIONS OF MORALITY IN THE TELEVISION MEDICAL DRAMA 'THE RESIDENT'

Nairn, A. & Matthews, J. (2019)

[ RESEARCH ARTICLE ] Australasian Journal of Popular Culture 8 (2), 159-178.

DRAMA AT DISNEY: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF CREATIVE WORKER IDENTITY NEGOTIATION AND IDENTIFICATION IN THE DOCUMENTARY 'WORKING SLEEPING BEAUTY'

Nairn, A. & Matthews, J. (2020)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Journal of Media, Communication and Film 7 (1), 5-22.

CRISIS COMMUNICATION IN SOCIAL MEDIA: THE SINGAPORE AIRLINES AND AIR NEW ZEALAND STORY

Rahman, K. & Jury, T. A. (2016)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In A. A. Azmawa & R. E. Khan (Eds.), Social media in Asia: Changing paradigms of communication (pp. 25-75). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

DIALOGUE AND PERSUASION IN THE ISLAMIC TRADITION: IMPLICATIONS FOR JOURNALISM

Rahman, K. (2016)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Global Media Journal 9 (2), 9-26.

JOURNALISTS VERSUS PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTITIONERS: POWER AND AGENCY AT A MEDIA CONFERENCE

Sissons, H. (2016)

Journalism Review 38 (2), 31-45.

NEGOTIATING THE NEWS: INTERACTIONS BEHIND THE CURTAIN OF THE JOURNALISM-PUBLIC RELATIONS RELATIONSHIP

Sissons, H. (2016)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Journalism Studies 17 (2), 177-198.

CENTRALISED AND DIGITALLY DISRUPTED: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC VIEW OF LOCAL JOURNALISM IN NEW ZEALAND

Sissons, H. (2020)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In A. Gulyas & D. Baines (Eds.), The Routledge companion to local media and journalism (pp. 331-342). Routledge.

ETHNOGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION ANALYSIS: DOCUMENTING JOURNALISTS AT WORK

Sissons, H. (2021, February 26)

[ PUBLISHED RESEARCH TALK ] Research Seminar Series. International Multimodal Communication Centre, University of Oxford.

WRITING FOR NEWS WEBSITES: THE CONTINUOUS DEADLINE WORLD OF ONLINE NEWS

Sisson. H. & Mulrennan, D. (2017)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In G. Hannis (Ed.), Intro: A beginner's guide to journalism in 21st century Aotearoa/New Zealand. New Zealand Journalists Training Organisation.

SOUNDING OFF OR A SOUNDING BOARD? COMMENT SECTIONS OF NEWS WEBSITES AS INTERACTIVE SPACES

Sissons, H. & Smith, P. (2017)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In M. Burger, R. Fitzgerald, & J. Thornborrow (Eds.), Places, spaces and discursive actions in social media and real communicative environments (pp. 197-218). De Boeck.

SOCIAL MEDIA AND A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY: A NEWSPAPER'S RESPONSE TO JOURNALISTIC ERROR

Smith, P. & Sissons, H. (2016)

[ RESEARCH ARTICLE ] Journalism.

AUGMENTED REALITY AS A SOCIAL TECHNOLOGY: VISITOR INTERACTION IN THE MUSEUM

Spivak, S. & Frommherz, G. (2018)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Links 1 & 2, 25-29.

THE PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS OF ENGAGEMENT

Theunissen, P. (2018)

[ BOOK CHAPTER ] In K. A. Johnston & M. Taylor (Eds.), The handbook of communication engagement (pp. 49-60). Wiley-Blackwell.

EXTENDING PUBLIC RELATIONS RELATIONSHIP-BUILDING THROUGH THE THEORY OF POLITENESS

Theunissen, P. (2019)

[ JOURNAL ARTICLE ] Public Relations Review 45 (3)

RELATIONSHIP BUILDING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS

Theunissen, P. & Sissons, H. (2017)

[ BOOK ] Routledge Research in Public Relations Series. Routledge.