Books, journal articles and refereed conference papers
Eves, R. and Titus, A (2020), Women’s economic empowerment among coffee smallholders in Papua New Guinea. Department of Pacific Affairs Research Paper. Canberra, ACT: Dept. of Pacific Affairs, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University
Titus, A (2017), ‘MAD meets culture’ at Mobile Acquired Data (MAD) showcase. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra
Titus, A (2016), Invited Panellist on ‘Digital Media and Collective Action’ at international symposium – Digital Publics in Asia Pacific, Creative Arts Faculty, Queensland University of Technology
Titus, A (2015), ‘Theorising digitally mediated collective action at the networked peripheries: Emerging dynamics and the composition of online mobilisations against corruption in PNG’, ICTs in Melanesia: Building a Research Community, Crawford School of Public Policy, Canberra: The Australian National University.
Titus, A. & Kuch, D. (2014), ‘Emerging Dimensions of Networked Energy Citizenship: the case of Coal Seam Gas mobilization in Australia’, Communication, Politics & Culture, Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 35-59,ISSN: 2200-6796
Titus, A. & Kuch, D. (2012), ‘Online advocacy networks, issue mobilisations and the Coal Seam Gas controversy’, presented to Social Media Network Analysis session at RC33, International Sociological Association, 8th International Social Science Methodology Conference
Titus, A. (2012). ‘Understanding Online Climate Publics: mobilising and contesting energy futures’. Invited Paper presented to Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia Summit
Kuch, D, Titus, A and Webb, S. A. (2012), ‘Coal Innovation in Action: Using Actor Network Theory to study Carbon Capture and Storage’, 3rd International Energy Agency Greenhouse gas R and D programme (IEAGHG) Social Research Network Conference, 12 April.
Titus, A. & Kuch, D. (2012). ‘Using Social Media to understand issue mobilizations, protest and communication.’ Paper presented to the EIDOS Sustainable Development in Resource Intensive Regions summit, Gladstone, Queensland, 27 June.
Titus, A. and Webb, S. A. (2011), ‘Public Perceptions and Social Attitude Formation on Carbon Capture and Storage: A Network-based Approach’, Environment and Technology section, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, 20-23 August
Titus, A. (2011), ‘Global Production Networks and the International Division of Labour: Skill in the Software Outsourcing Industry’, Economic Sociology of Work session, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, 20-23 August
Research reports and policy briefs
Roxburgh, C., Gregory, A., Hall, J., Higgins, S. Titus, A., McGill, D, Hetherington, J., Ross, C (2018), ‘At-Scale Evaluation of Digital Data Collection Apps (DDCAs) in ACIAR projects: Mobile Acquired Data phase 2 (MAD 2)’, final research report to ACIAR
Eves, R. and Titus, A (2017), Coffee is Men’s Business (Part 2). SSGM In Brief 2017/12. Canberra: The Australian National University.
Eves, R. and Titus, A (2017), Coffee is Men’s Business (Part 1). SSGM In Brief 2017/11. Canberra: The Australian National University.
Eves, R. and Titus, A (2017), Gender Challenges to Financial Inclusion in Papua New Guinea. Department of Pacific Affairs (DPA) Discussion Paper 2017/8 Canberra: The Australian National University.
Duus, S., Titus, A. Si, W., Jensen, M. (2015), ‘Realising Democracy Amid Communicative Plenty: A Deliberative Systems Approach’, Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Project Report No.1. Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra.
Kuch, D, Titus, A, Ladwig, J, and Webb, S. A., Kennedy, D (2013), ‘Managing Low Emissions Coal Technologies project risk: The role of public awareness’, final research report to Industry and Investment, New South Wales through the Coal Innovation NSW Fund