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Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, Carroll, Julie-Anne, & Marsh, Brendan (2012) Using mobile social media and GIS in health and place research. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26(5), pp. 715-730.
Ben Harush, Orit Rivka (2010) Out of touch? On the lack of emotional support over the mobile phone. Media Asia, 37(4).
Ben Harush, Orit Rivka (2010) Communication patterns within social networks : a case study of Australian women. PLATFORM: Journal of Media and Communication, pp. 6-22.
Schejter, Amit, Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, & Tirosh, Noam (2015) Re-theorizing the “digital divide”: Identifying dimensions of social exclusion in contemporary media technologies. In FACE Conference: European Media Policy 2015: New Contexts, New Approaches, 9-10 April 2015, Music Hall, Old Student House (Vanha ylioppilastalo), Mannerheimintie 3, University of Helsinki, Finland. (Unpublished)
Ben Harush, Orit Rivka (2009) Defining friendworks : communication perspective on social networks types. In Flew, Terry (Ed.) Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship : Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2009, Creative Industries Precinct, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, pp. 191-208.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, & Nucifora, Alice (2013) GIS and qualitative data on young mothers’ use of urban neighbourhoods for physical activity. In AEA Annual Scientific Meeting 2013, 20-22 October 2013, Brisbane, QLD.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, & Washington, Tracy L. (2012) ‘The health-location connection’: using GIS and social media on smartphones to track engagement with the Local urban environment for work, recreation, and physical activity. In Alliance for Healthy Cities , 26 - 28 October 2012, Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre. (Unpublished)
Ben Harush, Orit Rivka (2011) Communicating friendships : a case study of women in an Australian 'seachange' town. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.