Aparna Hebbani
Aparna Hebbani
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Communicating one's way to employment: A case study of African settlers in Brisbane, Australia
A Hebbani, V Colic-Peisker
Journal of Intercultural Studies 33 (5), 529-547, 2012
Intercultural communication challenges confronting female Sudanese former refugees in Australia
A Hebbani, L Obijiofor, H Bristed
Australasian Review of African Studies, The 31 (1), 37-61, 2010
Know thy neighbour: Residential integration and social bridging among refugee settlers in Greater Brisbane
A Hebbani, V Colic-Peisker, M Mackinnon
Journal of Refugee Studies 31 (1), 82-103, 2018
How Muslim women in Australia navigate through media (mis) representations of hijab/burqa
A Hebbani, CR Wills
Australian Journal of Communication 39 (1), 87-100, 2012
Generational differences faced by Sudanese refugee women settling in Australia
A Hebbani, L Obijiofor, H Bristed
Intercultural Communication Studies 18 (1), 66, 2009
Capturing the experiences of international teaching assistants in the US American classroom
A Hebbani, KG Hendrix
New Directions for Teaching and Learning 2014 (138), 61-72, 2014
Acculturation challenges that confront Sudanese former refugees in Australia
AG Hebbani, L Obijiofor, H Bristed
Journal of Intercultural Communication 28 (28), 1-14, 2012
‘Now I’m Part of Australia and I Need to Know What Is Happening Here’: case of Hazara male former refugees in Brisbane strategically selecting media to aid acculturation
P Tudsri, A Hebbani
Journal of International Migration and Integration 16, 1273-1289, 2015
Back to the future: Is strategic management (re) emerging as public relations' dominant paradigm?
LM McDonald, AG Hebbani
PRism 8 (1), 1-16, 2011
Does Employment Status Vary by Demographics? An Exploratory Study of Former Refugees Resettled in Australia
N Khawaja, A Hebbani
Australian Social Work, 1-15, 2017
Methodological and Ethical Challenges in Partnering for Refugee Research: Evidence From Two Australian Studies
L Obijiofor, V Colic-Peisker, A Hebbani
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 1-18, 2016
Spoken English does matter: Findings from an exploratory study to identify predictors of employment among African refugees in Brisbane
A Hebbani, M Preece
Australasian Review of African Studies, The 36 (2), 110-129, 2015
Refugee parents’ communication and relations with their children: Development and application of the refugee parent-child relational communication scale
NG Khawaja, A Hebbani, L Obijiofor, C Gallois
Journal of Family Communication 17 (4), 372-385, 2017
The impact of religious difference and unemployment/underemployment on Somali former refugee settlement in Australia
A Hebbani
Journal of Muslim Mental Health 8 (1), 2014
Employment Aspirations of Former Refugees Settled in Australia: a Mixed Methods Study
A Hebbani, N Khawaja
Journal of International Migration and Immigration, 10-18, 2018
Exploring Media Platforms to Serve the Needs of the South Sudanese Former Refugee Community in Southeast Queensland
K Hebbani, Aparna, Van Vuuren
Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies 13, 40-57, 2015
Navigating through the Australian workplace: Mapping the experience of Taiwanese working holiday makers (WHMs) in Brisbane
F Peng, A Hebbani
Intercultural Communication Studies 23 (2), 33-53, 2014
Facebook in the university workplace
A Francois, A Hebbani, S Rintel
Media International Australia 149 (1), 15-27, 2013
Predictors of employment status: A study of former refugee communities in Australia
NG Khawaja, A Hebbani, C Gallois, M MacKinnon
Australian Psychologist 54 (5), 427-437, 2019
Examining the impact of" visible differences" on multiple marginalization of Somali and Sudanese former refugees in Australia
A Hebbani, J McNamara
ANZCA, 2010
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