Dr Tejaswini Patil
Dr Tejaswini Patil
Verified email at federation.edu.au
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Muslim Youth in the Diaspora: Challenging Extremism through Popular Culture
P Nilan
Taylor & Francis, 2017
122017
Manipulative silences and the politics of representation of boat children in Australian print media
HJ McLaren, TV Patil
Continuum 30 (6), 602-612, 2016
92016
You can't have the struggle without the ugly fringe’-Publicness in Australian National Imagination: Media representations of the Muslim demonstrations in Sydney in 2012
TV Patil
Continuum 29 (1), 57-69, 2015
92015
Silence as a discourse in the public sphere: Media representations of Australians joining the fight in Syria
T Patil, GM Ennis
Social Alternatives 35 (1), 40, 2016
62016
Critically reflecting on the Australian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics: Learning from a social work field placement
T Patil, GM Ennis
British Journal of Social Work 48 (5), 1370-1387, 2018
42018
The Politics of Race, Nationhood and Hindu Nationalism: The Case of Gujarat Riots of 2002
T Patil
Asian Journal of Social Science 45 (1-2), 27-54, 2017
22017
Racialised Nationalism (s): Understanding Hindu and Australian Nationalism in Relation to the Cronulla Riot 2005 and the Gujarat Riots of 2002
T Patil
18th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia …, 2010
22010
Australian Media and Islamophobia: Representations of Asylum Seeker Children
TV Patil, HJ McLaren
Religions 10 (9), 501, 2019
12019
PREVALENCE OF BULLYING AND PROFILE OF BULLIES AND VICTIMS AMONG URBAN SCHOOL GOING ADOLESCENTS IN ANAND AND VADODARA, GUJARAT, INDIA
H Patel, J Vankar, S Shah, T Patil, A Phatak, S Nimbalkar
European Journal of Pediatrics 175 (11), 1819-1819, 2016
12016
‘Doing diversity’in a social work context: reflecting on the use of critical reflection in social work education in an Australian University
T Patil, J Mummery
Social Work Education 39 (7), 893-906, 2020
2020
“[B] efore the training I just assumed they've done something bad”: Reporting on professional training for pharmacy assistants and pharmacy dispensary technicians on medically …
T Patil, J Mummery, M Salman, S Cooper, D Williams
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2020
2020
Developing a case-based experiential learning model at a program level in a regional university: Reflections on the developmental process
T Patil, M Hunt, K Cooper, R Townsend
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 60 (2), 225, 2020
2020
Refereed articles
F Williamson, D Durnan, T Edwards, M Waites, T James, V Walters, ...
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 60 (2), 2020
2020
" WHEN YOU'RE SITTING THERE AND PEOPLE WALK IN, AND THEY JUST, OH WHAT ARE YOU DOING THERE?. I FEEL A LITTLE BIT DEGRADED": CONSUMER EXPERIENCES OF OPIOID REPLACEMENT THERAPY …
J Keevins, T Patil, P Cash, W Penney, P Molloy
DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW 36, 43-43, 2017
2017
Prevalence of Bullying and Profile of Bullies and Victims Among Urban School Going Adolescents
J Vankar, HA Patel, S Shah, TA Patil, A Phatak, SM Nimbalkar
INDIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY 58 (5), S122-S123, 2016
2016
THEORISING MUSLIM OTHERING AS'RACIALISED NATIONALISM'IN THE INDIAN AND AUSTRALIAN CONTEXTS
T Patil
The Indian Journal of Political Science, 699-710, 2013
2013
A REVIEW ON 2-AZETIDINONE: A NEW PROFILE OF VARIOUS PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES
V Wable, A Phatak, T Patil
Inventi Impact: Med Chem, 2012
2012
Examining the theoretical foundations of Hindu and Australian nationalism in the context of the Gujarat riots of 2002 and Cronulla riots of 2005: a framework for understanding …
T Patil
2010
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