Kath Albury
Kath Albury
Swinburne University of Technology
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TitleCited byYear
Sexting, consent and young people's ethics: Beyond Megan's Story
K Albury, K Crawford
Continuum 26 (3), 463-473, 2012
1992012
The porn report
A McKee, K Albury, C Lumby
Melbourne University Publishing, 2008
1782008
Selfies| Selfies, Sexts and Sneaky Hats: Young People's Understandings of Gendered Practices of Self-Representation
K Albury
International Journal of Communication 9, 12, 2015
1022015
Porn and sex education, porn as sex education
K Albury
Porn Studies 1 (1-2), 172-181, 2014
952014
Young people, social media, social network sites and sexual health communication in Australia:" This is funny, you should watch it"
C Evers, K Albury, P Byron, K Crawford
International Journal of Communication 7 (1), 2013
832013
“It would be weird to have that on Facebook”: young people's use of social media and the risk of sharing sexual health information
P Byron, K Albury, C Evers
Reproductive health matters 21 (41), 35-44, 2013
802013
Yes means yes: Getting explicit about heterosex
K Albury
Allen & Unwin, 2002
752002
Young people and sexting in Australia: Ethics, representation and the law
K Albury, K Crawford, P Byron, BP Mathews
ARC Centre for Creative Industries and Innovation/Journalism and Media …, 2013
742013
Too much? Too young? The sexualisation of children debate in Australia
C Lumby, K Albury
Media International Australia 135 (1), 141-152, 2010
612010
Healthy sexual development: A multidisciplinary framework for research
A McKee, K Albury, M Dunne, S Grieshaber, J Hartley, C Lumby, ...
International Journal of Sexual Health 22 (1), 14-19, 2010
612010
Reading porn reparatively
K Albury
Sexualities 12 (5), 647-653, 2009
572009
Young people, media and sexual learning: rethinking representation
K Albury
Sex education 13 (sup1), S32-S44, 2013
492013
The politics of sexting: young people, selfrepresentation and citizenship
K Albury, N Funnell, E Noonan
Published in proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication …, 2010
452010
Safe on my phone? Same-sex attracted young people’s negotiations of intimacy, visibility, and risk on digital hook-up apps
K Albury, P Byron
Social Media+ Society 2 (4), 2056305116672887, 2016
332016
Queering sexting and sexualisation
K Albury, P Byron
Media International Australia, 138, 2014
312014
Playing by the rules: researching, teaching and learning sexual ethics with young men in the Australian National Rugby League
K Albury, M Carmody, C Evers, C Lumby
Sex Education 11 (3), 339-351, 2011
312011
Data cultures of mobile dating and hook-up apps: Emerging issues for critical social science research
K Albury, J Burgess, B Light, K Race, R Wilken
Big Data & Society 4 (2), 2053951717720950, 2017
302017
The ethics of porn on the net
K Albury
Remote control: New media, new ethics, 196-211, 2003
292003
Just because it’s public doesn’t mean it’s any of your business: Adults’ and children’s sexual rights in digitally mediated spaces
K Albury
New Media & Society 19 (5), 713-725, 2017
232017
Identity plus? Bi-curiosity, sexual adventurism and the boundaries of ‘straight’sexual practices and identities
K Albury
Sexualities 18 (5-6), 649-664, 2015
202015
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