Natalie Ann Hendry
Natalie Ann Hendry
Vice-Chancellor's postdoctoral research fellow, School of Media and Communication, RMIT University
Verified email at deakin.edu.au
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A Snapshot of Social Media: Camera Phone Practices
L Hjorth, N Hendry
Social Media+ Society 1 (1), 2056305115580478, 2015
672015
Investigating combination HIV prevention: isolated interventions or complex system.
G Brown, D Reeders, GW Dowsett, J Ellard, M Carman, N Hendry, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 18 (1), 20499-20499, 2014
292014
Beyond Social Media Panics for ‘At Risk’ Youth in Mental Health Practice
NA Hendry, B Robards, S Stanford
Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Mental Health Policy and Practice, 135-154, 2017
112017
Selfies as pedagogy: Young people x mental illness x social media
N Hendry
How the ‘selfie’ performs across time and place, 2014
82014
Association between sexually transmissible infection testing, numbers of partners and talking to partners and friends about sexual health: survey of young adults
NA Hendry, G Brown, GW Dowsett, M Carman
Sexual Health, 2017
62017
Untangling the conflation of ‘young adults’ and ‘young people’in STI and sexual health policy and sex education
NA Hendry, G Brown, M Carman, J Ellard, J Wallace, GW Dowsett
Sex education 18 (5), 527-540, 2018
42018
Social Media Bodies: Revealing the Entanglement of Sexual Well-being, Mental Health, and Social Media in Education
NA Hendry
The Palgrave Handbook of Sexuality Education, 509-526, 2017
42017
Everyday anxieties: Young women, mental illness and social media practices of visibility and connection
NA Hendry
RMIT University, 2017
32017
Beyond high school: What do we know about young adults' social and sexual contexts? Literature Review.
N Hendry, G Brown, K Johnston, G Dowsett
Melbourne, Australia: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society …, 2013
32013
Young Women’s Mental Illness and (In-) visible Social Media Practices of Control and Emotional Recognition
NA Hendry
Social Media+ Society 6 (4), 2056305120963832, 2020
22020
COVID-19 was an unexpected intermission for creative arts workers in Victoria: but what happens next? A research snapshot
N Hendry, J Flore, A Gaylor
RMIT University, 2021
2021
MEDIATING MENTAL ILLNESS: DIGITAL LIFEWORLDS, PLATFORMS AND ALGORITHMS
NA Hendry, E Wan, J Flore, A McCosker, P Kamstra, J Farmer
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2020
2020
METHODS THAT MOVE US: CREATIVITY AND ETHICS IN RESEARCHING DIGITAL YOUTH CULTURES
S Uldbjerg, N Hendry, Y Gerrard
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2020
2020
‘Mr Luke’and teachers of TikTok: generative figurations of professional practice, pedagogy, and identity
C Hartung, R Welch, N Hendry, K Albury
2020
PLATFORM PEDAGOGIES: LEARNING, AUTHORISING AND VALIDATING TRUST IN EDUCATION
J Sefton-Green, JZ Pandya, N Hendry, L Pangrazio
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research 2019, 2019
2019
Ashy Bines and getting fit online: expanding the conversation around young women’s engagement with fitspo
C Hartung, N Hendry, R Welch
Critical Health Education Studies Conference 2018: New Moves in an Old Game, 2018
2018
The YeS Project: Teacher Guide
O the eSafety Commissioner, NA Hendry, J Walsh, S Leahy Hatton
Office of the eSafety Commissioner, 2018
2018
The YeS Project: Workshop Handbook
O the eSafety Commissioner, NA Hendry, J Walsh, S Leahy Hatton
Office of the eSafety Commissioner, 2018
2018
Investigating young people’s sexual cultures (book review)
NA Hendry
Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1-3, 2015
2015
Harry Potter and the Millennials: research methods and the politics of the Muggle generation (book review)
NA Hendry
International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2014
2014
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