Frazer, R. & Carlson, B. 2017. Indigenous memes and the invention of a people. Social Media + Society. 1-12.
Carlson, B., Jones, L., Harris, M., Quezada, N. & Frazer, R. 2017. Trauma, shared recognition and Indigenous resistance on social media. Australasian Journal of Information Systems. 21, 1-18.
Frazer, R. & Waitt, G. 2016. Pain, politics and volunteering in tourism studies. Annals of Tourism Research. 57, 176-189.
Waitt, G. & Frazer, R. 2012. ‘The vibe’ and ‘the glide’: surfing through the voices of longboarders. Journal of Australian Studies. 36.3, 327-343.
Carlson, B. & Frazer, R. 2015. ‘It’s like going to a cemetery and lighting a candle’: Aboriginal Australians, sorry business and social media. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples. 11.3, 211-224.
Carlson, B., Farrelly, T., Frazer, R. & Borthwick, F. 2015. Mediating tragedy: Facebook, Aboriginal peoples and suicide. Australasian Journal of Information Systems. 19, 1-15.
Carlson, B. & Frazer, R. 2016. Indigenous Activism & Social Media: A Global Response to #SOSBLAKAUSTRALIA. In A McCosker, S Vivienne and A Johns (2016), Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest and Culture. Rowman & Littlefield International: Lanham.
Frazer, R. 2018. Book review: Space After Deleuze. Antipode.
Frazer, R. 2016. Book review: Nothing Personal? Geographies of Governing and Activism in the British Asylum System. Progress in Human Geography.
Frazer, R. 2017. Living arrangements of care in community-based support for humanitarian entrants. Institute of Australian Geographers conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
Frazer, R. 2016. Volunteering, uncertainty, and assemblages of care. State University of New York, Albany.
Frazer, R. 2016. Assemblages of care and volunteer engagement in refugee resettlement. Institute of British Geographers conference. Royal Geographical Society, Kensington.
Frazer, R. 2016. Thinking care through assemblage: ethological effects and ethics. Institute of Australian Geographers conference. University of South Australia, Adelaide.
Frazer, R. 2015. The Forgotten Children: Containing the “Tsunami of Emotion”. Institute of Australian Geographers conference. Australian National University, Canberra.
Frazer, R. 2016. We’re all shit at probability: A four-part guide in mind-bending mathematics. Future Perfect magazine.
Frazer, R. 2016. The Forgotten Children. Future Perfect magazine.