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Hopkins, Susan (2022) Of monsters, mothers and murders: fear, loathing and 'Aussie true crime' in tabloid women’s magazines. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 22 (2). pp. 64-76.

Hopkins, Susan (2022) From Tiger King to Joe vs Carole: Postmodern Murder Media in the True Crime Carnivalesque. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 22 (1). pp. 56-70.

Hopkins, Susan (2022) (Not) Very Important People: Millennial Fantasies of Mobility in the Age of Excess [Book review]. Media and Communication, 10 (1). pp. 297-300.

Hopkins, Susan (2022) Free Britney, b**ch!: femininity, fandom and #FreeBritney activism. Celebrity Studies. pp. 1-4. ISSN 1939-2397

Hopkins, Susan (2022) Poison Ivy, Wild Things and Other Erotic Teen Thrillers of the 1990s: The Class-Shamed 'Evil' Other of Hypersexualized Girl Power. In: The Forgotten Victims of Sexual Violence in Film, Television and New Media: Turning to the Margins. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 25-46. ISBN 9783030959340

Carniel, Jessica ORCID: (2021) A Commonwealth Princess? The instrumentalization of Meghan Markle’s race to construct her royal persona. Persona Studies, 7 (1). pp. 33-47.

Sparkes, Daryl ORCID: (2021) 30 years since The Addams Family hit the big screen, it is still the perfect blend of horror and comedy. The Conversation, 16 December 2021. p. 1.

Cantrell, Kate ORCID: (2021) Wanderlust or Wanderbust? Rediscovering the Lost Art of Wandering in Precarious Times. In: 2021 University of Queensland WiP Conference (25th Anniversary): Rites of Passage, 26 Nov - 27 Nov 2021, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia.

Mason, Andrew ORCID: (2021) Amateur radio clubs as regional media networks. In: 12th Australian Media Traditions Conference: Exploring the Regions, 29 Sept - 30 Sept 2021, Melbourne, Australia.

Jones, Ashley (2021) The Role of Radio in our Australian Rural and Regional Places: A Queensland Study. In: 2021 Australian Media Traditions Conference: Exploring the Regions, 29 Sept - 30 Sept 2021, Melbourne, Australia.

McWilliam, Kelly ORCID: (2021) ‘Growing up was never easy’: coming of age in the teen film. In: Australian genre film. Routledge Advances in Film Studies. Taylor & Francis (Routledge), New York, pp. 170-185. ISBN 978-1-138-60314-1

Morgan, Tessa and Carey, Melissa ORCID: and Gott, Merryn and Williams, Lisa and Egli, Victoria and Anderson, Natalie (2021) More than mortality data: a news media analysis of COVID-19 deaths in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Kotuitui: New Zealand journal of social sciences online, 16 (2). pp. 419-43.

Kerby, Martin ORCID: and Baguley, Margaret ORCID: and Gehrmann, Richard ORCID: and Bedford, Alison ORCID: (2021) Frontline heroes: bush fires, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Queensland Press. Media, War and Conflict. pp. 1-18. ISSN 1750-6352

Harmes, Marcus ORCID: (2021) Chimera: Through a Glass, Darkly. In: OUTSIDE IN WANTS TO BELIEVE: 156 New Perspectives on 156 X-FILES Universe Stories by 156 Writers. ATB Publishing, United States, pp. 50-52. ISBN 978-1-7355454-1-7

Hopkins, Susan (2021) M*A*S*H*e*d and Harassed? Nurse Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan as Gendered Hate Object. In: The Nurse in Popular Media: Critical Essays. McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, United States, pp. 69-92. ISBN 978-1-4766-8418-5

Sparkes, Daryl ORCID: (2020) My favourite detective: Sam Spade, as hard as nails and the smartest guy in the room. The Conversation, 24 November 2020. p. 1.

Sparkes, Daryl ORCID: (2020) Schitt’s Creek: the TV show has been showered with Emmys but is it worth the hype? The Conversation, 23 September 2020. p. 1.

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: (2020) From the ‘Radical Women’s Press’ to the Digital Age: Subversive Networks of Feminism in the United States. In: From Sit-Ins to #Revolutions: Media and the Changing Nature of Protests. Bloomsbury Academic, New York, pp. 51-64. ISBN 978-1-5013-3695-9

Hopkins, Susan (2020) UN Celebrity 'It' Girls as Public Relations-ised Humanitarianism. In: Gender, Race, and Class in Media: A Critical Reader. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, United States. ISBN 9781544393421

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: and Lewis, Brigitte (2019) From Page to Meme: The Print and Digital Revolutions against Gender Violence. In: Gender Violence in Australia: Historical Perspectives. Monash University Publishing, Clayton, Australia, pp. 177-191. ISBN 9781925835304

Jones, Ashley P (2019) Talking Queensland. [A Creative/Applied Media collection]

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: (2018) In flag-rante: Julia Gillard and the infamous ‘flag scene’ in ABC’s At Home with Julia. The Journal of Popular Television, 6 (3). pp. 381-403. ISSN 2046-9861

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: (2016) Hillary Clinton and Julia Gillard: how the media shape our view of leaders as ‘women’. The Conversation, 22 August 2016. pp. 1-5.

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: (2015) 'Sitting in Cages': Imagining Victorian Women in Neo-Victorian Film Musicals. In: Victorianomania: Reimagining, Refashioning, and Rewriting Victorian Literature and Culture. Franco Angeli, Milan, Italy, pp. 73-86. ISBN 978-8891725905

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: (2015) The suffragettes were rebels, certainly, but not slaves. The Conversation, 9 October 2015. pp. 1-6.

Hopkins, Susan (2015) Films: Clueless and feminism's Nietzsche. Philosophy Now, 109 (Aug/Sept 2015). pp. 42-43. ISSN 0961-5970

Stevenson, Ana ORCID: (2013) Making Gender Divisive: ‘Post-Feminism’, Sexism and Media Representations of Julia Gillard. Burgmann Journal, 1 (2). pp. 53-63. ISSN 2201-3881

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