Gail Moloney
Gail Moloney
Associate Professor, Social Psychology, Southern Cross University
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Talking about transplants: Social representations and the dialectical, dilemmatic nature of organ donation and transplantation
G Moloney, I Walker
British journal of social psychology 41 (2), 299-320, 2002
Social representations and themata: The construction and functioning of social knowledge about donation and transplantation
G Moloney, R Hall, I Walker
British journal of social psychology 44 (3), 415-441, 2005
Messiahs, pariahs, and donors: The development of social representations of organ transplants
G Moloney, I Walker
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 30 (2), 203-227, 2000
Using social representations theory to make sense of climate change: what scientists and nonscientists in Australia think
G Moloney, Z Leviston, T Lynam, J Price, S Stone-Jovicich, D Blair
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
Cross-cultural dimensions of meaning in the evaluation of events in world history? Perceptions of historical calamities and progress in cross-cultural data from thirty societies
JH Liu, D Paez, K Hanke, A Rosa, DJ Hilton, CG Sibley, R Cabecinhas, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (2), 251-272, 2012
Social representations and identity: Content, process, and power
G Moloney, I Walker
Springer, 2007
“Heroes” and “villains” of world history across cultures
K Hanke, JH Liu, CG Sibley, D Paez, SO Gaines Jr, G Moloney, CH Leong, ...
PloS one 10 (2), e0115641, 2015
Contagion in the representational field of water recycling: Informing new environment practice through social representation theory
P Callaghan, G Moloney, D Blair
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 22 (1), 20-37, 2012
Social representations and the politically satirical cartoon: The construction and reproduction of the refugee and asylum-seeker identity
G Moloney
Social representations and identity: Content, process, and power, 61-84, 2007
Cognitive polyphasia, themata and blood donation: Between or within representation
G Moloney, J Williams, D Blair
Papers on Social Representations 21 (1), 4.1-4.12, 2012
‘They’re all tribals’: Essentialism, context and the discursive representation of Sudanese refugees
S Hanson-Easey, M Augoustinos, G Moloney
Discourse & Society 25 (3), 362-382, 2014
Social representations of refugees: Place of origin as a delineating resource
S Hanson‐Easey, G Moloney
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 19 (6), 506-514, 2009
Editorial political cartoons in Australia: social representations & and the visual depiction of essentialism
G Moloney, P Holtz, W Wagner
Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 47, 284-298, 2013
Family planning, antenatal and post partum care in multiple sclerosis: a review and update
A Van Der Walt, AL Nguyen, V Jokubaitis
Medical Journal of Australia 211 (5), 230-236, 2019
Without anchor: Themata and blood donation
G Moloney, M Gamble, J Hayman, G Smith
Papers on Social Representations 24 (2), 2.1-2.21, 2015
When is the gift given? Organ donation, social representations, and an opportunity to register
G Moloney, M Sutherland, M Norton, I Walker
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 29 (3), 207-221, 2019
The power of an immediate donor registration opportunity: Translating organ donation attitudes into registration behavior
E Sharpe, G Moloney, M Sutherland, A Judd
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 39 (1), 49-59, 2017
Acknowledging Gerard. Articulating social representations and identity through process and content: the resettlement of refugees in regional Australia
G Moloney
Papers on Social Representations 19 (1), 15.1-15.16, 2010
Facebook and older adults: Fulfilling psychological needs?
R Clark, G Moloney
Journal of aging studies 55, 100897, 2020
Translation strategies, contradiction, and the theory of social representations: Why discussing needles may improve blood donor retention
G Moloney, J Hayman, M Gamble, G Smith, R Hall
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (2), 393-415, 2017
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