Nicholas Faulkner
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Online networks of racial hate: A systematic review of 10 years of research on cyber-racism
AM Bliuc, N Faulkner, A Jakubowicz, C McGarty
Computers in Human Behavior 87, 75-86, 2018
912018
‘It’s okay to be racist’: moral disengagement in online discussions of racist incidents in Australia
N Faulkner, AM Bliuc
Ethnic and Racial Studies 39 (14), 2545-2563, 2016
622016
Avoiding Theoretical Stagnation: A Systematic Review and Framework for Measuring Public Value
N Faulkner, S Kaufman
Australian Journal of Public Administration, 2017
502017
Emotion expression and intergroup bias reduction between Muslims and Christians: Long-term Internet contact
FA White, HM Abu-Rayya, AM Bliuc, N Faulkner
Computers in Human Behavior 53, 435–442, 2015
452015
Can behavioural interventions increase citizens' use of e-government? Evidence from a quasi-experimental trial
N Faulkner, B Jorgensen, G Koufariotis
Government Information Quarterly 36 (1), 61-68, 2019
312019
Change and continuity in the ideology of Australian prime ministers: The Governor-General's speeches, 1946–2010
K Dowding, N Faulkner, A Hindmoor, A Martin
Australian Journal of Political Science 47 (3), 455-472, 2012
262012
“Put yourself in their shoes”: Testing empathy's ability to motivate cosmopolitan behavior
N Faulkner
Political Psychology 39 (1), 217-228, 2018
242018
Priming political trust: Evidence from an experiment
N Faulkner, A Martin, K Peyton
Australian Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 164-173, 2015
182015
Towards a model public sector integrity commission
T Prenzler, N Faulkner
Australian Journal of Public Administration 69 (3), 251-262, 2010
152010
Short message service reminders to parents for increasing adolescent human papillomavirus vaccination rates in a secondary school vaccine program: a randomized control trial
F Tull, K Borg, C Knott, M Beasley, J Halliday, N Faulkner, K Sutton, ...
Journal of Adolescent Health 65 (1), 116-123, 2019
122019
The INSPIRE framework: How public administrators can increase compliance with written requests using behavioral techniques
N Faulkner, K Borg, P Bragge, J Curtis, E Ghafoori, D Goodwin, ...
Public Administration Review 79 (1), 125-135, 2019
122019
Communication-based interventions for increasing influenza vaccination rates among Aboriginal children: a randomised controlled trial
K Borg, K Sutton, M Beasley, F Tull, N Faulkner, J Halliday, C Knott, ...
Vaccine 36 (45), 6790-6795, 2018
102018
Motivating cosmopolitan helping: Thick cosmopolitanism, responsibility for harm, and collective guilt
N Faulkner
International Political Science Review 38 (3), 316-331, 2017
102017
What interventions could reduce diagnostic error in emergency departments? A review of evidence, practice and consumer perspectives
B Wright, N Faulkner, P Bragge, M Graber
Diagnosis 6 (4), 325-334, 2019
92019
Guilt, anger and compassionate helping
N Faulkner
The Politics of Compassion, 107-119, 2014
82014
Breaking Down the Language of Online Racism: A Comparison of the Psychological Dimensions of Communication in Racist, Anti‐Racist, and Non‐Activist Groups
N Faulkner, AM Bliuc
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 2018
62018
The effects of local socio-political events on group cohesion in online far-right communities
AM Bliuc, JM Betts, N Faulkner, M Vergani, RJ Chow, M Iqbal, D Best
PloS one 15 (3), e0230302, 2020
52020
Victorians Value Nature: Survey Results
J Meis-Harris, A Saeri, M Boulet, K Borg, N Faulkner, B Jorgensen
BehaviourWorks Australia, 2019
42019
The relationship between ‘coming out’as lesbian, gay, or bisexual and experiences of homophobic behaviour in youth team sports
E Denison, R Jeanes, N Faulkner, KS O’Brien
Sexuality Research and Social Policy 18 (3), 765-773, 2021
32021
Improving compliance with medical fitness to drive reviews: The role of behaviourally-optimised letters
N Faulkner, BS Jorgensen, J Sampson, E Ghafoori
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 55, 1-8, 2018
32018
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