Matthew Wade
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Worshipping Bodies: Affective Labour in the Hillsong Church
M Wade, M Hynes
Geographical Research 51 (2), 173-179, 2013
312013
Seeker-friendly: The Hillsong megachurch as an enchanting total institution
M Wade
Journal of Sociology 52 (4), 661-676, 2016
262016
Virtuous Play: The Ethics, Pleasures, and Burdens of Brain Training
M Wade
Science as Culture 27 (3), 296-321, 2018
42018
Neuroethics and ideals of the citizen-subject: A sociological critique of an emerging discipline
M Wade
Refereed Proceedings of the TASA 2015 Conference, 150, 2015
42015
Tactics of the ‘Ugly Australian’: Morality, masculinity, nationalism and governance amid a cheating controversy in sport
M Wade
Journal of Sociology 55 (3), 528-550, 2019
22019
No room for ‘playa haters’ in interdisciplinary collaborations
M Wade
BioSocieties 12 (1), 182-189, 2017
22017
At Hillsong, Religious Expression Is a Global Corporate Brand
M Wade, M Hynes
The Conversation 14, 2014
22014
The challenges of responding to misinformation during a pandemic: content moderation and the limitations of the concept of harm
SA Baker, M Wade, MJ Walsh
Media International Australia, 1329878X20951301, 2020
12020
‘Their time and their story’: Inscribing belonging through life narratives and role expectations in wedding videography
M Wade, M WALSH
Social Beings, Future Belongings: Reimagining the Social, 26-42, 2019
12019
The Institution, the Ethic, and the Affect: The Hillsong Church and the Production of Multiple Affinities of the Self
M Wade
The Australian National University, 2010
12010
Misinformation: tech companies are removing ‘harmful’coronavirus content–but who decides what that means?
SA Baker, M Wade, MJ Walsh
The Conversation, 2020
2020
Soundtrack for love: wedding videography, music and romantic memory
MJ Walsh, M Wade
Continuum 34 (1), 14-31, 2020
2020
Book Review: Nicholas Hookway, Everyday Moralities: Doing it Ourselves in an Age of Uncertainty
M Wade
Journal of Sociology, 2020
2020
Risky disciplining: On interdisciplinarity between sociology and cognitive neuroscience in the governing of morality
M Wade
European Journal of Social Theory, 2019
2019
Instrumental Intimacy: EEG Wearables and Neuroscientific Control by Melissa Littlefield
M Wade
Configurations 26 (4), 495-499, 2018
2018
A Sociology of the Total Organization: Atomistic Unity in the French Foreign Legion
M Wade
Contemporary Sociology 46 (1), 111-114, 2017
2017
Intensive labours, expansive visions: Emerging ideals of the ethical subject amidst the rise of cognitive neuroscience
M Wade
PQDT-Global, 2016
2016
Still Alice, and the advocacy for Alzheimer’s in fiction
M Wade
https://theconversation.com/still-alice-and-the-advocacy-for-alzheimers-in …, 2015
2015
Celebrating Oliver Sacks’ romantic science and a life now ending
M Wade
https://theconversation.com/celebrating-oliver-sacks-romantic-science-and-a …, 2015
2015
The Ethic, the Institution, and the Affective: The Hillsong Church and the Production of Multiple Affinities of the Self
M Wade
Australian National University, 2010
2010
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