Communication research

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Communicating citizenship in China’s digital society

Author: Bingjuan Xiong

Published: 2019, Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 12 (2), 128-145

Traditions of communication theory and the potential for multicultural dialogue

Author: Robert T. Craig & Bingjuan Xiong

Published: 2022, Journal of Multicultural Discourses, 17(1), 1-25.

Strategic illiteracies: the long game of technology refusal and disconnection

Author: Ethan Plaut 

Published: 2022, Open Access Journal Article, Communication Theory 

Museum Installation: Mata ki te Mata / Eyes on Tāmaki

Developed by: Ethan Plaut 

Exhibited: 2021/2022, Auckland Museum 

UNESCO report Gender and Creativity: Progress on the precipice

Author: Bridget Conor 

Published: 2021

How Goopy are you? Women, goop and cosmic wellness

Author: Bridget Conor 

Published: 2021

The persistence of vaccine hesitancy: COVID-19 vaccination intention in New Zealand

Author: Jagadish Thaker

Published: 2021, Journal of Health Communication, 26(2), 104-111

The Handbook of International Trends in Environmental Communication

Author: Takahashi, B., Comfort, S.E., Thaker, J., & Metag, J.

Published: 2021 London, UK/New York, US: Routledge.

A Mild Touch of Cancer

Director: Annie Goldson 

Released: 2021, feature and broadcast documentary  

"Normal was a problem" - post-pandemic futures

Author: Luke Goode

Released: 2022, A Research Agenda for COVID-19 and Society, Edward Elgar Publishing, (pp.195-214)