Paul Byron
Paul Byron
School of Communication, University of Technology Sydney
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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
Young people and sexting in Australia: Ethics, representation and the law
K Albury, K Crawford, P Byron, B Mathews
ARC Centre for Creative Industries and Innovation/Journalism and Media …, 2013
“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
Young people, social media, social network sites and sexual health communication in Australia: "This is funny, you should watch it"
CW Evers, K Albury, P Byron, K Crawford
International Journal of Communication 7, 18, 2013
‘That’s not necessarily for them’: LGBTIQ+ young people, social media platform affordances and identity curation
B Hanckel, S Vivienne, P Byron, B Robards, B Churchill
Media, Culture & Society 41 (8), 1261-1278, 2019
An interdisciplinary definition of pornography: Results from a global Delphi panel
A McKee, P Byron, K Litsou, R Ingham
Archives of Sexual Behavior 49 (3), 1085-1091, 2020
Learning from pornography: Results of a mixed methods systematic review
K Litsou, P Byron, A McKee, R Ingham
Sex Education 21 (2), 236-252, 2021
"Hey, I'm having these experiences": Tumblr use and young people's queer (dis)connections
P Byron, BJ Robards, B Hanckel, S Vivienne, B Churchill
International Journal of Communication, 2239-2259, 2019
Queering sexting and sexualisation
K Albury, P Byron
Media International Australia 153 (1), 138-147, 2014
‘That happened to me too’: young people's informal knowledge of diverse genders and sexualities
P Byron, J Hunt
Gender and Sexuality in Education and Health, 85-98, 2019
Digital Media, Friendship and Cultures of Care
P Byron
Routledge, 2021
Hooking up with friends: LGBTQ+ young people, dating apps, friendship and safety
P Byron, K Albury, T Pym
Media, Culture & Society 43 (3), 497-514, 2021
Safety, risk and wellbeing on dating apps
K Albury, P Byron, A McCosker, T Pym, J Walshe, K Race, D Salon, ...
Swinburne University of Technology, 2019
Troubling expertise: social media and young people’s sexual health
P Byron
Communication Research and Practice 1 (4), 322-334, 2015
Twenty years of ‘cyberqueer’: The enduring significance of the Internet for young LGBTIQ+ people
B Robards, B Churchill, S Vivienne, B Hanckel, P Byron
Youth, Sexuality and Sexual Citizenship, 151-167, 2018
Friendship, sexual intimacy and young people’s negotiations of sexual health
P Byron
Culture, health & sexuality 19 (4), 486-500, 2017
‘How could you write your name below that?’ The queer life and death of Tumblr
P Byron
Porn Studies 6 (3), 336-349, 2019
Dating apps as public health ‘problems’: cautionary tales and vernacular pedagogies in news media
K Albury, A McCosker, T Pym, P Byron
Health Sociology Review 29 (3), 232-248, 2020
Reading for realness: Porn literacies, digital media, and young people
P Byron, A McKee, A Watson, K Litsou, R Ingham
Sexuality & Culture 25, 786-805, 2021
‘You learn from each other’: LGBTIQ young people’s mental health help-seeking and the RAD Australia online directory
P Byron, S Rasmussen, D Wright Toussaint, R Lobo, KH Robinson, ...
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