Amelia Johns
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Religiosity, citizenship and belonging: The everyday experiences of young Australian Muslims
A Johns, F Mansouri, M Lobo
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 35 (2), 171-190, 2015
White tribe: Echoes of the Anzac myth in Cronulla
A Johns
Continuum 22 (1), 3-16, 2008
" More than a game": the impact of sport-based youth mentoring schemes on developing resilience toward violent extremism
A Johns, M Grossman, K McDonald
Social Inclusion 2 (2), 57-70, 2014
Muslim young people online:“Acts of citizenship” in socially networked spaces
A Johns
Social Inclusion 2 (2), 71-82, 2014
Negotiating digital citizenship: Control, contest and culture
A McCosker, S Vivienne, A Johns
Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
Digital Citizenship as Fluid Interface
S Vivienne, A McCosker, A Johns
Negotiating digital citizenship: Control, contest and culture, 1, 2016
Contested publics: Racist rants, bystander action and social media acts of citizenship
A McCosker, A Johns
Media International Australia 151 (1), 66-72, 2014
Examining Islamic religiosity and civic engagement in Melbourne
M Vergani, A Johns, M Lobo, F Mansouri
Journal of Sociology 53 (1), 63-78, 2017
ISS 18 Battle for the Flag
A Johns
Melbourne Univ. Publishing, 2015
Addressing the “Muslim question”
F Mansouri, M Lobo, A Johns
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 35 (2), 165-170, 2015
Flagging white nationalism ‘after Cronulla’: from the beach to the net
A Johns
Journal of Intercultural Studies 38 (3), 349-364, 2017
Productive provocations: Vitriolic media, spaces of protest and agonistic outrage in the 2011 England riots
A McCosker, A Johns
Fibreculture journal, 171-193, 2013
Grounding religiosity in urban space: Insights from multicultural Melbourne
F Mansouri, M Lobo, A Johns
Australian Geographer 47 (3), 295-310, 2016
Collaborative partnerships and gatekeepers in online research recruitment
A Rattani, A Johns
The American Journal of Bioethics 17 (3), 27-29, 2017
Youth, social cohesion and digital life: From risk and resilience to a global digital citizenship approach
A Harris, A Johns
Journal of Sociology 57 (2), 394-411, 2021
Feeling the Chill: Bersih 2.0, State Censorship, and “Networked Affect” on Malaysian Social Media 2012–2018
A Johns, N Cheong
Social Media+ Society 5 (2), 2056305118821801, 2019
After Cronulla:‘Where the bloody hell are we now?’
A Johns, G Noble, A Harris
Journal of Intercultural Studies 38 (3), 249-254, 2017
Islamic religiosity in the west: belonging and political engagement in multicultural cities
F Mansouri, MA Lobo, BS Turner, A Johns
Deakin University Publishing, 2017
Social media conflict: Platforms for racial vilification, or acts of provocation and citizenship?
A Johns, A McCosker
Communication, Politics & Culture 47 (3), 44-54, 2015
Introduction: Ten years of WhatsApp: The role of chat apps in the formation and mobilization of online publics
E Baulch, A Matamoros-Fernández, A Johns
First Monday 25 (1), 2020
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