Publications: Hartley, Lisa
Fleay, C., Hartley, L.K. and Kenny, M.A. (2013) Refugees and asylum seekers living in the Australian community: The importance of work rights and employment support. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 48 (4). pp. 473-493.
Hartley, L.K., McGarty, C. and Donaghue, N. (2013) Understanding disagreement within the majority about action to atone for past wrongs. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43 (S2). E246-E261.
Hartley, L.K., Pedersen, A. and Dandy, J. (2012) Attitudes towards asylum seekers: An evaluation of a mature-aged community education programme. Race Equality Teaching, 30 (1). pp. 34-38.
Bliuc, A.M., McGarty, C., Hartley, L.K. and Muntele Hendres, D. (2012) Manipulating national identity: The strategic use of rhetoric by supporters and opponents of the ‘Cronulla riots’ in Australia. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35 (12). pp. 2174-2194.
Pedersen, A. and Hartley, L.K. (2012) Prejudice against Muslim Australians: The role of values, gender and consensus. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 22 (3). pp. 239-255.
Suhnan, A., Pedersen, A. and Hartley, L.K. (2012) Re-examining prejudice against asylum seekers in Australia: The role of people smugglers, the perception of threat, and acceptance of false beliefs. The Australian Community Psychologist, 24 (2). pp. 79-97.
Pedersen, A., Paradies, Y., Hartley, L.K. and Dunn, K.M. (2011) Bystander antiprejudice: Cross-cultural education, links with positivity towards cultural ‘Outgroups’ and preparedness to speak out. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 5 (1). pp. 19-30.
Hartley, Lisa Kathryn (2010) Going somewhere or staying put? The social psychology of movements that challenge minority-majority relations. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Pedersen, A., Aly, A., Hartley, L.K. and McGarty, C. (2009) An intervention to increase positive attitudes and address misconceptions about Australian Muslims: A call for education and open mindedness. The Australian Community Psychologist, 21 (2). pp. 81-93.
Hartley, L.K. and Pedersen, A. (2007) Asylum seekers: How attributions and emotion affect Australians' views on mandatory detention of “the other”. Australian Journal of Psychology, 59 (3). pp. 119-131.