Select Publications


Jane EA; Shaw F, 2016, Misogyny Online: A Short (and Brutish) History, Aguilera N, (ed.), Sage Publishing,

Barker C; Jane EA, 2016, Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice, 5th edition, Fifth, SAGE Publishing, London, California, New Delhi, Singapore,

Jane EA; Fleming C, 2014, Modern Conspiracy: The Importance of Being Paranoid, First, Bloomsbury Academic, New York, London, New Delhi, Sydney,

Jane EA, 2002, Evidence, Harper Collins, Australia,

Jane EA, 1998, Babewatch, Hodder Headline, Australia and New Zealand,

Jane EA, 1997, Deadset, Random House, Australia,

Book Chapters

Jane EA, 2023, 'Bad Actors or Bad Architecture? Rethinking Gendered Violence Online', in Boyle K; Berridge S (ed.), The Routledge Companion on Gender Media Violence, Routledge

Jane EA, 2022, 'Trolling and Online Abuse', in Atkinson R; Ayers T (ed.), Shades of Deviance: A Primer on Crime, Deviance and Social Harm, second edition, Routledge,

Klincewicz M; Frank LE; Jane EA, 2022, 'The ethics of matching: mobile and web-based dating and hook up platforms', in The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Sex and Sexuality, Routledge, New York, pp. 553 - 573,

Jane EA, 2022, 'Beyond tipping points, trauma, and trailblazing: Adventure Time and the transordinary', in Pérez Riedel MD (ed.), Transmedia and Public Representation: Transgender People in Film and Television, Peter Lang, New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Oxford, Wien,

Jane EA, 2021, '“Feminism is Eating Itself”: Women's Experiences and Perceptions of Lateral Violence Online', in Bailey J; Flynn A; Henry N (ed.), The Emerald International Handbook of Technology-Facilitated Violence and Abuse, Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 171 - 188,

Jane EA; Vincent NA, 2020, 'Cyberhate, Communication and Transdisciplinarity', in Filimowicz M; Tzankova V (ed.), Reimagining Communication: Meaning, Routledge, pp. 170 - 196,

Jane E, 2020, 'Online abuse and harassment', in Ross K (ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication, 3 Volume Set, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1 - 16,

Vincent NA; Jane EA, 2019, 'Parental Responsibility and Gene Editing', in Parens E; Johnston J (ed.), Human Flourishing in an Age of Gene Editing, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 126 - 140,

Jane EA, 2019, 'It’s Not the End of the World: Post-Apocalyptic Flourishing in Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time', in Bubbio PD; Fleming C (ed.), Mimetic Theory and Film, Bloomsbury Publishing, New York, pp. 177 - 204,

Jane E, 2019, 'Hating 3.0 and the Question of Whether Anti-Fan Studies Should Be Renewed for Another Season', in Click M (ed.), Anti-Fandom: Dislike and Hate in the Digital Age, NYU Press, New York, pp. 42 - 61,

Jane EA, 2018, 'Zen and the Art of Choking to Death as a Single Parent', in Nelson C; Robertson R (ed.), Dangerous Ideas about Mothers, University of Western Australia Press, Australia, pp. 169 - 180,,an%20opinion%2C%20and%20always%20have.

Vincent NA; Jane EA, 2017, 'Cognitive Enhancement: A Social Experiment with Technology', in van de Poel I; Asveld L; Mehos DC (ed.), New Perspectives on Technology in Society: Experimentation Beyond the Laboratory., Routledge, Oxford, New York, pp. 125 - 148,

Jane EA, 2017, 'Gendered cyberhate: a new digital divide?', in Ragnedda M; Muschert GW (ed.), Theorizing digital divides, Routledge, Oxford, pp. 186 - 198,

Jane EA, 2017, 'Feminist Flight and Fight Responses to Gendered Cyberhate', in Segrave M; Vitis L (ed.), Gender, Technology and Violence, Routledge, London, New York, pp. 45 - 61,

Vincent NA; Jane EA, 2017, 'Beyond Law: Protecting Cyber Victims Through Engineering and Design', in Martellozzo E; Jane EA (ed.), Cybercrime and its Victims, Routledge, Oxford, pp. 209 - 223,

Jane EA, 2017, 'Gendered Cyberhate, Victim-Blaming, and Why the Internet Is More Like Driving a Car On a Road Than Being Naked in the Snow', in Martellozzo E; Jane EA (ed.), Cybercrime and its Victims, Routledge, Oxford, pp. 61 - 78,

Jane EA; Martellozzo E, 2017, 'Victims of Cybercrime on the Small “i” Internet', in Martellozzo E; Jane EA (ed.), Cybercrime and its Victims, Routledge, Oxford, pp. 1 - 24,

Jane EA, 2015, 'The Scapegoating of Cheerleading and Cheerleaders', in Cowdell S; Fleming C; Hodge J (ed.), René Girard and Sacrifice in Life, Love, and Literature, Bloomsbury Publishing, New York, London, New Delhi, Sydney, pp. 83 - 100,

Vincent NA; Jane EA, 2014, 'Put Down the Smart Drugs – Cognitive Enhancement is Ethically Risk Business', in 2014: A Year in the Life of Australia, Future Leaders, Sydney, pp. 120 - 124,

Jane EA, 2011, 'We're Networking for Notoriety', in Compton L; Lasslett S; Collins C; Murphy C; Jones C; Hawgood G; Davies D (ed.), Jump Start 9 & 10, Cambridge University Press, pp. 72 - 73,

Edited Books

Martellozzo E; Jane EA; Yar M; Martellozzo E; Vincent NA; Brickell C; Shields Dobson A; Hickle K; Cleland J; Harindranath R; Kowalski RM; Giumetti GW; Niezen R, (eds.), 2017, Cybercrime and its Victims, Routledge, Oxford,

Journal articles

Jane EA, 2022, 'Rise Up in Mirth: On Angry Feminist Humor and Why Taking It Personally Is Political', Signs: journal of women in culture and society, 47, pp. 561 - 587,

Jane EA, 2018, 'Gendered Cyberhate as Workplace Harassment and Economic Vandalism', Feminist Media Studies, 18, pp. 575 - 591,

Jane EA, 2017, 'Systemic Misogyny Exposed: Translating Rapeglish From the Manosphere With a Random Rape Threat Generator', International Journal of Cultural Studies, 21, pp. 661 - 680,

Jane EA, 2017, 'Feminist Digilante Responses to a Slut-Shaming on Facebook', Social Media + Society, 3, pp. 205630511770599,

Jane EA, 2016, 'Is Debbie Does Dallas dangerous? Representations of cheerleading in pornography and some possible effects', Feminist Media Studies, 17, pp. 264 - 280,

Jane EA, 2016, 'Online Misogyny and Feminist Digilantism', Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 30, pp. 284 - 297,

Jane EA, 2016, '‘Dude… Stop the Spread’: Antagonism, Agonism, and #Manspreading on Social Media', International Journal of Cultural Studies, 20, pp. 459 - 475,

Jane EA, 2015, '“Gunter's a Woman?!”— Doing and Undoing Gender in Cartoon Network's Adventure Time', Journal of Children and Media, 9, pp. 231 - 247,

Jane EA, 2015, 'Flaming? What flaming? The pitfalls and potentials of researching online hostility', Ethics and Information Technology, 17, pp. 65 - 87,

Jane EA, 2014, '‘Back to the Kitchen, Cunt’: Speaking the Unspeakable About Online Misogyny', Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 28, pp. 558 - 570,

Jane EA, 2014, 'Beyond antifandom: Cheerleading, textual hate and new media ethics', International Journal of Cultural Studies, 17, pp. 175 - 190,

Jane EA, 2013, 'What's In A Name?', Sturgeon, 1, pp. 33 - 44,

Jane EA, 2013, '‘No Bos Olib’ – On the Gynocentrism and Sparkly Separatism of the Barbie Movies', Fusion, 1,

Jane EA, 2012, '‘Your a Ugly, Whorish, Slut’ – Understanding E-Bile', Feminist Media Studies, 14, pp. 531 - 546,

Jane E, 2012, '"Your a Ugly, Whorish, Slut" - Understanding E-bile', Feminist Media Studies,

Jane EA, 2010, 'Flip Skirt Fatales: How Media Fetish Sidelines Cheerleaders', Platform: journal of media and communication, 2, pp. 52 - 70,

Conference Presentations

Jane EA; Alimardani A, 2022, 'AI in education: is it safe to fail?', presented at Justice Innovation Symposium, University of Newcastle, 09 December 2022

Jane EA, 2022, 'Engaging online pedagogy', presented at N/A, School of the Arts and Media, UNSW Sydney, 10 October 2022

Jane EA, 2022, 'Harmful thoughts', presented at Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Carriageworks, Sydney, 17 September 2022

Jane EA; Alimardani A, 2022, 'How evil is my new e-artefact? Value-sensitive design using AI and ML', presented at Creative AI Conference, Arts, Design and Architecture, UNSW Sydney, 19 June 2022

Jane EA, 2022, 'A focus on Secondary Prevention in partnership with victim-survivors: the problem and its context', presented at National Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Symposium, Online, 09 June 2022

Jane EA, 2022, 'The future of work', presented at Vivid Festival, UTS, Sydney, 07 June 2022

Jane EA, 2022, 'The future of sex and gender: the end of feminism?', presented at 72nd Annual International Communication Association Conference, Paris, 28 May 2022

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