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Lisa Hartley
Lisa Hartley
Senior Lecturer & Co-Director of the Centre for Human Rights Education, Curtin University
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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Refugee resettlement in Australia: What we know and need to know
F Fozdar, L Hartley
Refugee Survey Quarterly 32 (3), 23-51, 2013
1662013
Civic and ethno belonging among recent refugees to Australia
F Fozdar, L Hartley
Journal of refugee studies 27 (1), 126-144, 2014
902014
Housing and the creation of home for refugees in Western Australia
F Fozdar, L Hartley
Housing, Theory and Society 31 (2), 148-173, 2014
832014
Asylum seekers and resettled refugees in Australia: Predicting social policy attitude from prejudice versus emotion
L Hartley, A Pedersen
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 3 (1), 142-160, 2015
742015
Australia Day, flags on cars and Australian nationalism
F Fozdar, B Spittles, LK Hartley
Journal of Sociology 51 (2), 317-336, 2015
672015
Manipulating national identity: The strategic use of rhetoric by supporters and opponents of the ‘Cronulla riots’ in Australia
AM Bliuc, C McGarty, L Hartley, D Muntele Hendres
Ethnic and Racial Studies 35 (12), 2174-2194, 2012
662012
Re-examining prejudice against asylum seekers in Australia: The role of people smugglers, the perception of threat, and acceptance of false beliefs
A Suhnan, A Pedersen, LK Hartley
The Australian Community Psychologist 24 (2), 79-97, 2012
602012
Asylum seekers: How attributions and emotion affect Australians' views on mandatory detention of “the other”
L Hartley, A Pedersen
Australian Journal of Psychology 59 (3), 119-131, 2007
562007
Can we make a difference? Prejudice towards asylum seekers in Australia and the effectiveness of antiprejudice interventions
A Pedersen, LK Hartley
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 9 (1), 1-14, 2015
542015
Prejudice against Muslim Australians: The role of values, gender and consensus
A Pedersen, LK Hartley
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 22 (3), 239-255, 2012
532012
Refugees and asylum seekers living in the Australian community: The importance of work rights and employment support
C Fleay, L Hartley, MA Kenny
Australian Journal of Social Issues 48 (4), 473-493, 2013
522013
‘I feel like a beggar’: asylum seekers living in the Australian community without the right to work
C Fleay, L Hartley
Journal of International Migration and Integration 17 (4), 1031-1048, 2016
512016
Bystander antiprejudice: Cross-cultural education, links with positivity towards cultural ‘outgroups’ and preparedness to speak out
A Pedersen, Y Paradies, LK Hartley, KM Dunn
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 5 (1), 19-30, 2011
462011
Exploring physical activity engagement and barriers for asylum seekers in A ustralia coping with prolonged uncertainty and no right to work
L Hartley, C Fleay, ME Tye
Health & Social Care in the Community 25 (3), 1190-1198, 2017
382017
Policy as punishment: Asylum seekers in the community without the right to work
L Hartley, C Fleay
Curtin University, 2014
322014
Refugees in Western Australia: settlement and integration
F Fozdar, L Hartley
Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre, 2012
312012
People seeking asylum in Australia: Access and support in higher education
L Hartley, C Fleay, S Baker, R Burke, R Field
National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education. Perth: Curtin University, 2018
302018
People seeking asylum in Australia and their access to employment: just what do we know?
C Fleay, A Lumbus, L Hartley
Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 8 (2), 63-83, 2016
262016
An intervention to increase positive attitudes and address misconceptions about Australian Muslims: A call for education and open mindedness
A Pedersen, A Aly, L Hartley, C McGarty
The Australian Community Psychologist 21 (2), 81-93, 2009
262009
“We are Like Animals”: Negotiating Dehumanising Experiences of Asylum-Seeker Policies in the Australian Community
L Hartley, C Fleay
Refugee Survey Quarterly 36 (4), 45-63, 2017
232017
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