Dr Debbie Rodan
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Awards and Recognition
National and International Research Positions
- Appointed as an Assessor for the Australian Research Counci
Research Areas and Interests
- Political blogging
- Popular media identifications
- Online identity
- Media Activist Forums
- PhD, Murdoch University, 2000 .
Recent Research Grants
- Construction of the subject as heart patient in the context of the gift economy, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (APAI)(**), 2010, $13,611.
- Construction of the subject as heart patient in the context of the gift economy, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (APAI), 2009, $38,669.
- Construction of the subject as heart patient in the context of the gift economy, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (APAI), 2008, $26,140.
- Construction of the subject as heart patient in the context of the gift economy, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (APAI), 2007, $31,627.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
- Rodan, D., Uridge, L., Green, L., (2012), Negotiating a new identify online and off-line: The HeartNET experience. New Media and Intercultural Communication: Identity, Community and Politics, 13(19), 139-154, New York.
- Mummery, J., Rodan, D., (2011), Chewing the Communal Cud: Community Deliberation in Broadsheet Letters and Political Blogs. Technologies for Supporting Reasoning Communities and Collaborative Decision Making: Cooperative Approaches, 296-318, Hershey PA USA.
- Rodan, D., Balnaves, M., (2009), Democracy to Come: Active Forums as Indicator Suites for e-Participation and e-Governance. Electronic Participation, LNCS5694(16), 175-185, Berlin .
- Rodan, D., Balnaves, M., (2010), Media activist websites: the nature of e-participation spaces. Australian Journalism Review, 32(1), 27-39, Adeliade, South Australia.
- Rodan, D., (2009), Large, sleek, slim, stylish flat screens: Privatized space and the televisual experience. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 23(3), 367-382, London, DOI: 10.1080/10304310902884050.
- Rodan, D., Lange, C., (2008), Going Overboard? Representing Hazara Afghan Refugees as Just Like Us. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 29(2), 153-169, Online, DOI: 10.1080/07256860801938625.
- Uridge, LK., Rodan, D., Green, L., (2012), A moderator's dilemma: Munchausen syndrome by internet. Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Assocation Conference: Communicating Change and Changing Communication in the 21st Century, 11.
- Rodan, D., (2010), Tactics for mobilising participation and action: GetUp! a case study of communicative spaces. Record of Communications Policy & Research Forum 2010, 29-40, Sydney NSW.
- Uridge, LK., Rodan, D., Green, L., (2010), Negotiating conflict and negativity in an online community for recovering heart patients. Cultural attitudes towards technology and communication. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on cultural attitudes towards technology and communication, 231-246, http://blogs.ubc.ca/catac/catac-2010/proceedings-2010/.
- Rodan, D., Uridge, LK., Green, L., (2010), Using nicknames, psuedonyms and avatars on HeartNET: A snapshot of an online health support community. Media Democracy and Change: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, 16p., http://www.anzca.net/conferences/conference-papers/94-anzca10proceedings.html.
- Rodan, D., (2010), Remaking the obese 'self' in The biggest loser: Couples (Australia). Media, Democracy and Change: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2010, 17p., Canberra.
- Uridge, L., Green, L., Rodan, D., (2009), Enhancing wellness: HeartNET an online interactive community supporting people with cardiovascular disease. 2008 Vario Health Conference Physical and Mental Wellness Integrative Approaches to Health Conference Proceedings, 145-150, Joondalup, Western Australia.
- Uridge, L., Rodan, D., Green, L., (2008), HeartNET: Moving Towards a Transformative Space?. Proceedings of the Transforming Information & Learning Conference, On Line, Perth.
Research Student Supervision
- Doctor of Philosophy, The Rise Of Regionalisation In The Asian Television Industry: A Case Study Of Trendy Drama 2000-2012.
- Master of Communications, Australia, March 2003: The Print Media, Democracy And The Decision To Invade Iraq..
- Doctor of Philosophy, Women's Magazine Editors: Our Story Tellers And Their Cultural Roles. .