Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS

Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Social media and social justice in the context of career guidance: Is education enough?’ In T. Hooley, R. Sultana & R. Thomsen (ed.s). Career Guidance for Social Justice: Contesting Neoliberalism, (pp. 109 – 124). London: Routledge.

Buchanan, R., Holmes, K., Preston, G., & Shaw, K. (2015). From the Local to the Global: Taking account of context in the push for the technologisation of education. In N. Johnson, S. Bulfin & C. Bigum (Ed.s). Critical perspectives on technology and education, (pp. 227-244). Melbourne: Palgrave MacMillan.

Chapman, A. & Buchanan, R. (2012). ‘FYI…Virtual Space has a Context: Toward an Alternative Frame for Understanding Cyberbullying’ in S. Saltmarsh, K. Robinson & C. Davis (Ed.s) Rethinking School Violence: Theory, Gender, Context (pp. 56-68). Basingstoke, GB: Palgrave McMillan.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Murray, T. & Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘The internet is all around us’: How children come to understand the internet’, Digital Culture & Education, 10, 1-21. [online article, open access]

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E., Scevak, J. & Smith, S.P. (2018). Expert insights into education for positive digital footprint development, Scan, 37(2) [online article, open access]

Grimes, S., Southgate, E., Scevak, J. & Buchanan, R. (2018). University student perspectives on institutional non-disclosure of disability and learning challenges: reasons for staying invisible. International Journal of Inclusive Education, [online first] doi: 10.1080/13603116.2018.1442507

Southgate, E., Buchanan, R., Cividino, C., Saxby, S., Eather, G., Smith, S.P., Bergin, C., Kilham, J., Summerville, D. & Scevak, J. (2018). What teachers should know about highly immersive virtual reality: Insights from the VR School Study. Scan, 37(4), [online article, open access]

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E., Smith, S.P., Murray, T. & Noble, B. (2017). Post no photos, leave no trace: Children’s digital footprint strategies. E-Learning and Digital Media, 14(5), 275-290. doi: 10.1177/2042753017751711

Grimes, S., Scevak, J., Southgate, E. & Buchanan, R. (2017). Non-disclosing students with disabilities or learning challenges: characteristics and size of a hidden population, Australian Educational Researcher, 44, 425-441. doi: 10.1007/s13384-017-0242-y

Chapman, A., Mangion, A. & Buchanan, R. (2015). Institutional statements of commitment and widening participation policy in Australia, Policy Futures in Education, 13(8), 995-1009. doi: 10.1177/1478210315581462

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2014). The political ontology of cyborgs: Considering implications of posthumanism for Education. Creative Approaches to Research, 7, 7-20.

Holmes, K., Preston, G.D., Shaw, K., & Buchanan, R. (2013). ‘Follow’ Me: Networked Professional Learning for Teachers, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(12), 54-65. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2013v38n12.4.

Chapman, A., Forster, D. & Buchanan, R. (2013). The Moral Imagination in Pre-service Teachers’ Ethical Reasoning, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(5), 131 – 143. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2013v38n5.8.

Buchanan, R., Holmes, K., Preston, G. & Shaw, K. (2012). Basic literacy or new literacies? Examining the contradictions of Australia’s education revolution, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 37(6), 97-110. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2012v37n6.8.

Buchanan, R. (2011). Paradox, promise and public pedagogy: Implications of the federal government’s digital education revolution, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(2), 67-78. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2011v36n2.6.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2001). Towards an Epistemology of Ecofeminism, Education Research and Perspectives, 28(1), 57-70.

EDITORIALS AND OPINION PIECES

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E. & Bennett, A. (2015). Social justice in the enterprise university: global perspectives on theory, policy, ethics and critical practice, International Studies in Widening Participation, 2(2), 1 – 2.

 Southgate, E. & Buchanan, R. (2014). This century becomes you: Qualitative inquiry, being/there and social becoming in the 21st century, Creative Approaches to Research, 7, 4-6.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, K. (2013). Opinion: Educational purposes and the Melbourne Declaration, Professional Educator, 12, 25-27.

EDITED JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

Southgate, E., Bennett, A., Buchanan, R. (Guest Editors) (2015). Social justice in the enterprise university: global perspectives on theory, policy, ethics and critical practice, International Studies in Widening Participation, 2(2).

Southgate, E. & Buchanan, R. (Guest Editors) (2014). This century becomes you: Qualitative inquiry, being/there and social becoming in the 21st century, Creative Approaches to Research, 7(1).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Digital life and digital death: The case for new forms of digital ethics’, PESA Conference 2017, Newcastle, NSW.

McPherson, A. & Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Who cares? Exploring the ethics of care in educational social justice work’, PESA Conference 2017, Newcastle, NSW.

Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Digital identity in a post-truth world: The case of digital ethics‘, RE4D Conference 2017, Springfield, QLD.

Buchanan, R., Smith. S., Scevak, J., & Southgate E, (2016). ‘What do students understand about Digital Footprint Management: Examining social media education for career guidance’, AARE Conference 2016, Melbourne, VIC.

Buchanan, R., & Forster, D. (2015). ‘Digital Dilemmas and the Mediation of the Entrepreneurial Self’, PESA Conference, 2015, Melbourne, VIC.

Buchanan, R., Dennis, J., Noble, B., Scevak, J., Smith, S. & Southgate, E. (2015). ‘Examining the Digital Footprint awareness of university students: An emerging equity issue for Higher Education’, AARE Conference 2015, Freemantle, WA.

Buchanan, R., Murray, T., Noble, B., Smith, S. & Southgate, E. (2015). ‘Online all the time? How children understand their digital footprints’, AARE Conference 2015, Freemantle, WA.

Buchanan, R., Smith. S., Scevak, J., & Southgate E, (2015). ‘The importance of digital footprints in achieving equity and excellence in higher education’, GAPS Conference 2015, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia.

Buchanan, R. & Southgate, E. (2014). ‘What lurks beneath: Philosophies of Engagement and the Neoliberal University’, PESA Conference 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.

Buchanan, R. & Southgate, E. (2014). ‘It’s more than computer hubs: Equity and learning in higher education’, European Access Network Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Buchanan, R. (2012). ‘Digital dilemmas and professional practice: implications for pre-service teacher ethics education’, Teacher Education Dialogue Conference, Coffs Harbour, NSW.

Buchanan, R., Holmes, K., Preston, G., & Shaw, K. (2012). ‘Shifting horizons: A critical examination of projects, policy and progress towards digital education in Australia’, Critical Perspectives on Learning with New Media Conference, Melbourne, VIC.

Chapman, A. & Buchanan, R. (2011). ‘Accountability frameworks in Australian education: Utopia or dystopia?’, PESA Conference 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2009). ‘Dialogue and difference: The sorry story of the digital native’, PESA Conference 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2009). ‘Setting free the word of God’, Religious Communication Conference: Abstracts, Melbourne, VIC.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Chapman, A., Buchanan, R. & Forster, D. (2012). ‘The Moral Imagination in Pre-service Teachers’ Ethical Reasoning’, AARE-APERA Conference 2012, Sydney, NSW.

Buchanan, R. & Laura, R. (2012). ‘Theo-critical feminism, Mother Nature and epistemological patriarchy’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2012). ‘Set free by the word of God’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2012) ‘God, Freedom and Nature: Transdisciplinary reflections on the discourse of religion and theology’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2011). ‘Utopia or dystopia? A critical examination of the Melbourne Declaration’, PESA Conference 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2010). ‘Globalisation and social justice: The exploitation of the digital native’, Learning for Life: Sustainability, Global Citizenship and Social Justice. SEAA Biennial Conference with SASOSE Annual Conference, Adelaide, SA.

EDITED VOLUME OF CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Laura R. S., Buchanan R. A., & Chapman, A. K. (2012). ‘Conference Editors’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

REPORTS

Shaw, K., Holmes, K., Preston, G. & Buchanan, R. (2012). AIS Building Relationships Grant: Final Report, Association of Independent Schools