Publications & Exhibitions

  • Raphael, Jackie. 2018. “Marilyn Monroe: Truth in Posthumous Endorsements” in CrossBridge. Waterhill: New York. https://www.amazon.com/CrossBridge-October-2018-Robert-Caine/dp/1775309606
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam, eds. Personas and Places: Negotiating Myths, Stereotypes and National Identities. 2018. Waterhill. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0993993893
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam. “Introduction: Representation and (Mis)representations” in Personas and Places: Negotiating Myths, Stereotypes and National Identities. 2018. Waterhill. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0993993893
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam. “Chris Hemsworth: Helping and hindering the Australian identity” in Personas and Places: Negotiating Myths, Stereotypes and National Identities. 2018. Waterhill. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0993993893

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  • Raphael, Jackie. “Paul Walker: The Man and the Mourning.” In Credibility and the Incredible: Disassembling the Celebrity Figure, edited by Celia Lam, Jackie Raphael and Millicent Webber. 2018. Brill. https://brill.com/view/title/35653?format=PBK
  • Lam, Celia, Jackie Raphael and Millicent Webber, eds. “Assembling Celebrity Analysis.” In Credibility and the Incredible: Disassembling the Celebrity Figure. 2018. Brill. https://brill.com/view/title/35653?format=PBK
  • Lam, Celia, Jackie Raphael and Millicent Webber, eds. Credibility and the Incredible: Disassembling the Celebrity Figure. 2018. Brill. https://brill.com/view/title/35653?format=PBK

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  • Lam, Celia and Jackie Raphael. “X-Men Bromance: Film, audience and promotion”. In Celebrity Studies. 2018. Routledge. doi.org/10.1080/19392397.2018.1426026
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam. “The function of hosts: enabling fan–celebrity interactions at pop culture conventions”. In Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. 2017. Routledge. dx.doi.org/10.1080/10304312.2017.1391177 
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam. “True bromance: the authenticity behind the Stewart/McKellen relationship”. In Celebrity Studies. 2017. Routledge.
    www.tandfonline.com/eprint/gVMrMzrJeZPQ7mjaWni9/full
  • Raphael, Jackie. “Paul Newman’s Posthumous Philanthropy and Persona”. In Becoming Brands: Celebrity, Activism and Politics, edited by Jackie Raphael and Celia Lam. 2017. Waterhill.
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam. “Introduction: Becoming Brands”. In Becoming Brands: Celebrity, Activism and Politics, edited by Jackie Raphael and Celia Lam. 2017. Waterhill.
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam, eds. Becoming Brands: Celebrity, Activism and Politics. 2017. Waterhill.

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  • Raphael, Jackie. “Authentic Activism: Challenges of an Environmental Celebrity” In The Political Economy of Celebrity Activism, edited by Nathan Farrell. Routledge. Accepted for press 17 December 2015.
  • Raphael, Jackie and Celia Lam. “Marvel Media Convergence: Cult following and buddy banter.” Northern Lights, Volume 14, Number 1, June 2016, pp. 159-178(20), Intellect. – doi.org/10.1386/nl.14.1.159_1

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  • Lam, Celia and Jackie Raphael. “Selling the Bromance: Sensationalism of the McAvoy/Fassbender Relationship.” In Building Bridges in Celebrity Studies, edited by Jackie Raphael, Basuli Deb and Nidhi Shrivastava. 2016. Waterhill.
  • Raphael, Jackie, Basuli Deb, and Nidhi Shrivastava. “Bridging the Gaps Between Celebrity and Media.” In Building Bridges in Celebrity Studies. 2016. Waterhill.
  • Raphael, Jackie, Basuli Deb, and Nidhi Shrivastava, eds. Building Bridges in Celebrity Studies. 2016. Waterhill.

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  • Raphael, Jackie. 2013. “Pamela Anderson and Web 2.0: Adapting to change and changing the world, one tweet at a time.” In Changing Facts: Changing Minds; Changing Worlds, edited by Julie Lunn, Stephanie Bizjak and Sue Summers, 62-78. Perth: Black Swan Press.
  • PhD published online 2013 – “The Celebrity Endorsement Industry: Adapting to Web 2.0 and Beyond” –  espace.library.curtin.edu.au:80/R?func=dbin-jump-full&local_base=gen01-era02&object_id=192677
  • Published “Mass Media Reboot: The Internet Triumphs” in Life Without Media Conference Proceedings in 2011, 387-395.
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