Teresa Swist
Teresa Swist
Engaged Research Fellow, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University
Verified email at uws.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
‘Pawns and prawns’: international academics’ observations on their transition to working in an Australian university
S Saltmarsh, T Swirski
Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 32 (3), 291-301, 2010
472010
Social media and the wellbeing of children and young people: A literature review
T Swist, P Collin, J McCormack, A Third
372015
Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Synthesis report
I Katz, M Keeley, B Spears, C Taddeo, T Swist, S Bates
232014
Developing creativity: Aligning community, learning and teaching practices
T Swirski, L Wood, I Solomonides
Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA annual conference, 2008
162008
From products to publics? The potential of participatory design for research on youth, safety and well-being
P Collin, T Swist
Journal of Youth Studies 19 (3), 305-318, 2016
152016
Unleashing the imagination in learning, teaching and assessment: Design perspectives, innovative practices and meaning making
T Swirski
ATN Assessment Conference. Australia: Australian Technology Network, 2010
132010
Platforms, data and children’s rights: Introducing a ‘networked capability approach’
T Swist, P Collin
New Media & Society 19 (5), 671-685, 2017
102017
Place-making in higher education: co-creating engagement and knowledge practices in the networked age
T Swist, A Kuswara
Higher education research & development 35 (1), 100-114, 2016
102016
Lines of affect and performativity: Singing the body electric-politic in qualitative research
T Swirski
Cultural Studies? Critical Methodologies 13 (4), 347-352, 2013
82013
Re-imagining work-integrated learning through slow innovation in higher education
T Swirski, MD Simpson
International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning 13 (4), 239, 2012
82012
‘Cultural making’: how complexity and power relations are modulated in transdisciplinary research
T Swist, B Hodge, P Collin
Continuum 30 (4), 489-501, 2016
72016
Something Haunting You?: Reframing and Promoting Help-Seeking for Young Men: The Co-Creation and Evaluation of a Social Marketing Campaign
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, P Collin, T Swist, J Webb-Williams, ...
72016
Cross-cultural “distance”,“friction” and “flow”: Exploring the experiences of pre-service teachers on international practicum
L Uusimaki, T Swirski
Asia Pacific Journal of Education 36 (3), 425-436, 2016
52016
‘Appreciate a Mate’: Helping Others to Feel Good about Themselves: Safe and Well Online: A Report on the Development and Evaluation of a Positive Messaging Social Marketing …
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, P Collin, T Swist, J Drennan, ...
42015
Something haunting you
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, P Collin, T Swist, J Webb-Williams, ...
Reframing and promoting help-seeking for young men: the co-creation and …, 2016
32016
Safe and Well Online: Learnings from Four Social Marketing Campaigns for Youth Wellbeing
B Spears, C Taddeo, P Collin, T Swist, M Razzell, V Borbone, J Drennan
32016
Academic Publishing and its Digital Binds: Beyond the Paywall towards Ethical Executions of Code
T Swist, L Magee
Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 9 (3), 240-259, 2018
22018
The labour of communicating publics: Participatory platforms, socio-technical intermediaries and pluralistic expertise
T Swist, L Magee, J Phuong, D Sweeting
Communication and the Public 2 (3), 210-225, 2017
22017
Research on Youth Exposure To, and Management Of, Cyberbullying Incidents in Australia: Part C: an Evidence-based Assessment of Deterrents to Youth Cyberbullying: Appendix A …
B Spears, C Taddeo, T Swirski, M Keeley, I Katz, P Collin, T Daly, S Bates
Social Policy Research Centre, 2014
22014
Third-generation creativity: Unfolding a social-ecological imagination
T Swirski
The Creative University, 145-159, 2013
22013
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