Publications: Third, Amanda
Fitch, K. and Third, A. (2013) Ex-journos and promo girls: Feminization and professionalization in the Australian public relations industry. In: Daymon, C. and Demetrious, K., (eds.) Gender and public relations: Critical perspectives on voice, image and identity. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, London.
Strider, J., Third, A., Locke, K. and Richardson, I. (2012) Parental approaches to enhancing young people's online safety. Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre
Third, A., Richardson, I., Collings, P., Rahilly, K. and Bolzan, N. (2011) Intergenerational attitudes towards social networking and cybersafety: A living lab. Cooperative Research Centre for Young People, Technology and Wellbeing, Melbourne, VIC.
Fitch, K. and Third, A. (2010) Working girls: Revisiting the gendering of public relations. PRism, 7 (4). pp. 1-13.
Third, A. and Richardson, I. (2009) Analysing the impacts of social networking for young people living with chronic illness, a serious condition or a disability: An evaluation of the Livewire online community. Murdoch University. Centre for Everyday Life, Murdoch University, W.A..
Richardson, I. and Third, A. (2009) Cultural phenomenology and the material culture of mobile media. In: Vannini, P., (ed.) Material culture and technology in everyday life: Ethnographic approaches. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc, New York, U.S.A, pp. 145-156.
Richardson, I. and Third, A. (2009) Moblogging and belonging: The role of moblogging in enriching young people's social connection. Murdoch University/Queensland University of Technology/Telstra Foundation, Murdoch University, W.A..
Richardson, I., Third, A. and MacColl, I. (2007) Moblogging and belonging: New mobile phone practices and young people's sense of social inclusion. In: DIMEA07 Second International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts, September 19 - 21, 2007, Perth, Australia pp. 73-78.