Digital Media

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Rodan, D. (2009). Large, sleek, slim, stylish, flat screens: Privatised space and the televisual experience. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 23(3), 367-382.

Rodan, D & Balnaves, M. (2009). Democracy to come: Active forums as indicator suites for e-participation and e-governance. In A. Macintosh & E. Tambouris (Eds.), Proceedings of First International Conference, ePart 2009, (pp. 175-185). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag


Rodan, D & Lange, C. (2008). Going overboard?: Representing Hazara Afghan refugees as just like us. Journal of Intercultural Studies 29(2),153-169.

Uridge, L., Green, L., & Rodan, D. (2008). Enhancing wellness: HeartNET an online interactive community supporting people with cardiovascular disease. Proceedings of The VARIO Health Conference 2008, Physical and Mental Wellness- Integrative Approaches to Health (pp. 146-151). Joondalup, WA: Edith Cowan University.

Uridge, L Rodan, D, & Green, L. (2008). HeartNET: Moving towards a transformative space? Proceedings Transforming Information and Learning Conference on Transformers: People, Technologies and Spaces. Perth, WA: Edith Cowan University. Retrieved from


Mummery, J & Rodan, D. (2007). Discursive Australia: Refugees, Australianness, and the Australian public sphere. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 21(3), 347-360.

Rodan, D. (2007). Desperate Housewives: the popularising of a Western global postfeminism. Illumina 1, 1-10. Retrieved from


Rodan, D, Toye, C & Chambers, Z. (2006). Constituting identity of older people in retirement village advertising: Western Australia a case study. In H. McNaughton & A. Lam (Eds.), The reinvention of everyday life: Culture in the twenty-first century. (pp.143-154). Christchurch, NZ: Canterbury University Press.


Rodan, D. & Mummery, J. (2005). Discursive Australia: Public Discussion of Refugees in the Early Twenty-first Century. In M. Fine, N. Smith & A. Wise (Eds.). Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Conference of the CRSI on Mobile Boundaries/Rigid Worlds. Sydney, NSW: Centre for Research and Social Inclusion, Macquarie University. Retrieved from