Ngaire Donaghue
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Social cognition: An integrated introduction
M Augoustinos, I Walker, N Donaghue
Sage, 2014
Utilizing a Social‐Ecological Framework to Promote Water and Energy Conservation: A Field Experiment1
T Kurz, N Donaghue, I Walker
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (6), 1281-1300, 2005
Resilience, apps and reluctant individualism: Technologies of self in the neoliberal academy
R Gill, N Donaghue
Women's Studies International Forum 54, 91-99, 2016
Choosing to conform: The discursive complexities of choice in relation to feminine beauty practices
A Stuart, N Donaghue
Feminism & psychology 22 (1), 98-121, 2012
Body satisfaction, sexual self-schemas and subjective well-being in women
N Donaghue
Body Image 6 (1), 37-42, 2009
The ways that people talk about natural resources: Discursive strategies as barriers to environmentally sustainable practices
T Kurz, N Donaghue, M Rapley, I Walker
British journal of social psychology 44 (4), 603-620, 2005
Body image concern among Australian adolescent girls: The role of body comparisons with models and peers
RN Carey, N Donaghue, P Broderick
Body image 11 (1), 81-84, 2014
‘Nice girls don't carry knives': Constructions of ambition in media coverage of Australia's first female prime minister
LJ Hall, N Donaghue
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (4), 631-647, 2013
As if postfeminism had come true: The turn to agency in cultural studies of ‘sexualisation’
R Gill, N Donaghue
Gender, agency, and coercion, 240-258, 2013
What you look like is such a big factor’: Girls’ own reflections about the appearance culture in an all-girls’ school
RN Carey, N Donaghue, P Broderick
Feminism & psychology 21 (3), 299-316, 2011
Spinning the pole: A discursive analysis of the websites of recreational pole dancing studios
N Donaghue, T Kurz, K Whitehead
Feminism & Psychology 21 (4), 443-457, 2011
‘I'm totally smart and a feminist… and yet I want to be a waif’: Exploring ambivalence towards the thin ideal within the fat acceptance movement
N Donaghue, A Clemitshaw
Women's Studies International Forum 35 (6), 415-425, 2012
Gender-role self-stereotyping and the relationship between equity and satisfaction in close relationships
N Donaghue, BJ Fallon
Sex Roles 48 (5), 217-230, 2003
Illnesses that Australians most feared in 1986 and 1993
R Borland, N Donaghue, D Hill
Australian Journal of Public Health 18 (4), 366-369, 1994
“We may be pirates, but we are not protesters”: Identity in the S ea S hepherd C onservation S ociety
A Stuart, EF Thomas, N Donaghue, A Russell
Political Psychology 34 (5), 753-777, 2013
“Giving guilt the flick”? An investigation of mothers’ talk about guilt in relation to infant feeding
K Williams, N Donaghue, T Kurz
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (1), 97-112, 2013
Who gets played by ‘the gender card’? A critical discourse analysis of coverage of Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s sexism and misogyny speech in the Australian print media
N Donaghue
Australian Feminist Studies 30 (84), 161-178, 2015
“People don't care as much about their health as they do about their looks”: Personal trainers as intermediaries between aesthetic and health-based discourses of exercise …
N Donaghue, M Allen
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 14 (1), 42-56, 2016
The confidence trick: Competing constructions of confidence and self-esteem in young Australian women's discussions of the sexualisation of culture
L Thompson, N Donaghue
Women's Studies International Forum 47, 23-35, 2014
Deservingness and gratitude in the context of heart transplantation
GM O’Brien, N Donaghue, I Walker, CA Wood
Qualitative Health Research 24 (12), 1635-1647, 2014
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