REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
SCHOLARLY BOOK CHAPTERS
PUBLICATIONS (UNDER REVIEW)
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (forthcoming), (Im)mobile Homes: Family life at a distance in the age of mobile media, Studies in Mobile Communication Series, Oxford University Press.
- Soriano, Cheryll Ruth and Cabalquinto, E.C.B. (under contract), YouTube and Brokerage of Social Transactions in the Philippines, Asian Visual Cultures Series, Amsterdam University Press.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
- Cabalquinto, E. B. C. (2021), Telecocooning in the age of (im)mobility, Special Forum on COVID-19: Academic Life in the Pandemic, Communication, Culture and Critique, 14(2). [LINK]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Standby Mothering: Temporalities, Affects and the Politics of Mobile Intergenerational Caregiving, Special Issue: Transnational family care 'on hold'? Intergenerational relationships and obligations in the context of immobility regimes, Rosa-Maria Brandhorst, R., Loretta Baldassar and Raelene Wilding, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 18(3), 358-376.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Wood-Bradley, G. (2020), Migrant platformed subjectivity: Rethinking the mediation of transnational affective economies via digital connectivity services, Special Issue on Digital Media, Migration and Emotion edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Donya Alinejad, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 23(5), 787 - 802.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Soriano, C. R. (2020), “Hey, I like your videos. Super relate!”: Locating sisterhood in a postcolonial public on YouTube, AoIR 2019 Special Issue edited by Jonathon Hutchinson and Mary Elizabeth Luka, Information, Communication & Society, 1 - 16. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Hutchins, B. (2020), "It should allow me to opt in or opt out": Investigating smartphone use and the contending attitudes of commuters towards geolocative data collection, Telematics and Informatics, 51, 1-10. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Elastic carework: The cost and contradictions of mobile caregiving in a transnational household, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 133 - 145.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), Digital ties, disrupted togetherness: Locating uneven communicative mobilities in transnational family life [Special issue], Migration, Mobilities and Displacement [Open access], Monika Winarnita (ed.), 4, 1, pp. 49 - 63. [PDF]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), "They could picture me or I could picture them": 'Displaying' family life beyond borders through mobile photography, Information, Communication and Society, Online first: [LINK]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2018), “I have always thought of my family first”: An analysis of transnational caregiving among Filipino migrant adult children in Melbourne, Australia, Mobilities, Communication and Asia [Special issue], International Journal of Communication, Mohan Jyoti Dutta and Raka Shome (eds.), 12, pp. 4011 - 4029. [PDF]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2018), Home on the Move: negotiating differential domesticity in family life at a distance, Media, Culture and Society, 40 (6), pp. 795 - 816.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2018), “We’re not only here but we’re also there in spirit”: Asymmetrical Mobile Intimacy and the Transnational Filipino Family, Mobile Media & Communication, 6 (1), pp. 37 – 52.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2014), At Home Elsewhere: The Transnational Kapamilya in Selected ABS-CBN Station IDs, Special Issue: Media and the Diaspora, Plaridel: A Philippine Journal of Communication, Media and Society, 1 (11) [PDF].
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2012), Blogging Away from Home: Blogs as Discursive Platforms of Empowerment among Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) Bloggers, The Asian Congress for Media and Communication Journal, 5 (1), 1-30.
SCHOLARLY BOOK CHAPTERS
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Ahlin, T. (forthcoming), Care within or out of reach: Fantasies of care and connectivity in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nancy Burke, Ayo Wahlberg and Lenore Manderson (eds), Viral Loads: Coronavirus, Inequality and an Anthropology of the Future.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (forthcoming), Imaginaries, mobile practices, and the politics of transnational family futures, Monika Büscher, Carlos Lopez-Galviz, Astrid Nordin, and Emily Spiers (eds), Social Futures Handbook, Routledge.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Researching transnational family life in the age of mobile media. Monika Büscher, Malene Freudendal-Pedersen, and Sven Kesselring (eds), Handbook on Methods and Applications for Mobilities Research, Edward Elgar Publishing, 251 - 262.
- Uy-Tioco, C. and Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Transnational Digital Carework: Filipino migrants, family intimacy, and mobile media, Jason Vincent Cabañes & Cecilia Uy-Tioco (eds.), Mobile Media and Asian Social Intimacies, Springer, 153 - 170.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), [Dis]connected Households: Transnational family life in the age of mobile Internet, Jeremy Hunsinger, Lisbeth Klastrup and Matthew Allen (eds.), Second International Handbook of Internet Research, Springer, 1 - 21.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2018), Ambivalent intimacies: Entangled pains and gains through Facebook use in transnational family life, Amy Dobson, Nicholas Carah and Brady Robards (eds.), Digital Intimate Publics & Social Media, Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change, Palgrave Macmillan, 247-263.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Book Review: Communications and Mobility: The migrant, the mobile phone, and the container box by David Morley, Mobile Media & Communication.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2018). Book Review: Smartphones as Locative Media by Jordan Frith, Information, Communication and Society, 1-4.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2017), Book Review: Mobile Communication and the Family: Asian Experiences in Technology Domestication by Sun Sun Lim, Journal of Children & Media, 11(3), 367-375.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Tanyag, M. (2021), A murderous plague in the Philippines, New Mandala, 24 March 2021. [LINK]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Staying Connected, Geelong Advertiser, 4 December 2020. [PDF]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), The COVID-19 Pandemic and Ageing Migrants' Digital Lives, The Disruptr, Deakin University. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), From #MulaiBicara to #BabaeAko: Unpacking #MeToo movements across Asia, The Disruptr, Deakin University, [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2020), Filipino family life at a distance in the digital era, News from Australia and the Pacific, The Newsletter, International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden, The Netherlands. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), Interrogating the politics of mobile caregiving, Feminist Educational Engagement Lab, Institute of Education, University College London, [Link]
- Interviewee, Want to be a social media influencer? These jobs are for you. This. Deakin University. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), Fragmented and Connected: Transnational Filipino Family Life in the Digital Age, Star at 33: Insights 2020: Philippine Star. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), A Scholar on the move: Key Reflections of a Visiting Researcher, Blog page of the Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe), Lancaster University, [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2019), Swipe in the name of love? Filipina agency in interracial digital dating, New Mandala. [Link]
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (2018). Radio Broadcast in the Land Down Under (Book Section). Cultural Center of the Philippines Encyclopedia of Philippine Art (Broadcast Arts Volume). [Press release]
PUBLICATIONS (UNDER REVIEW)
- Cabalquinto, E.C.B. and Büscher, M. (Journal article), Between existential mobility and intimacy 5.0: Translocal care in pandemic times, Commentary Series on Covid-19, Sociality, and Mobility, Media, Culture & Society.
- Soriano, C., Panaligan, J. and Cabalquinto, E.C. B. (Journal article), “Performing “Digital Labor Bayanihan”: Strategies of Influence and Survival in the Platform Economy", Special Issue on Platform Labor: Global South Perspectives, Sociologias - a brazilian open access journal, Rafael Grohmann, Ludmila Abilio, and Henrique Amorim.
- Cabalquinto, E.C.B. and Hu, Yang (Book Chapter), The Transnationalisation of Intimacy: Family Relations and Changes in an Age of Global Mobility and Digital Media, Handbook on Migration and Family, Waters J. and Yeoh, B.S.A (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Cabalquinto, E.C.B. (Book chapter), (Im)mobile Household: The Filipino family in the twenty-first century. Handbook of Philippine Sociology: Understanding and Transforming Society, Curato, N. and Cornelio, J. (eds), Routledge.
- Leurs, K. Dedecek Gertz, H. and Cabalquinto, E.C.B., (Book chapter), Making sense of digital traces in migration contexts, Handbook of Research Methods in Migration, Vargas-Silva, C., Markaki, Y., and Allen, W. (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Zhao, X. (Book chapter) A (Dis)connected dwelling: The Promise and limits of migrants' homemaking practices in virtual spaces, Handbook on Home and Migration, Boccagni, P. (ed), Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Cabalquinto, E.C.B., Hanckel, B., Hendry, N., and Mamalipurath, J.M., (Journal Article), "(Un)caring infrastructures: Mapping care and support for international students during COVID-19.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (Book chapter), Ageing Migrants and Mobile Care at a Distance, Encyclopedia of Ageing and Society, Hyde, M. and Evans, L. (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. (Book chapter), Family communication in the digital age: The case of ageing migrants in Melbourne, Australia, Digital Repertoires in an aging society, Hänninen, R., Taipale, S. and Haapio-Kirk, L. (eds)
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. and Soriano, C. (Book chapter), The changing face of Philippine Celebrity Culture: Platform, Possibilities and Politics, Asian Celebrity and Digital Media, Donner, G. and Xu, J. (eds)
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B., At home from afar: The mobile lives of the transnational Filipino family [Doctoral Dissertation], Monash University, 2016.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B., Blogging away from home: Blogs as discursive platforms of empowerment among Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) [Masters Research], University of the Philippines, Open University, 2012.
- Cabalquinto, E. C. B. Family value[s] meal for sale: A postmodern analysis on the representation of the Filipino family in selected advertisements of Jollibee [Undergraduate thesis], University of the Philippines, 2003.
- Mobile Media and Communication; Information, Communication & Society; Media International Australia; Association of Internet Researchers Conference; Asian Studies Review; Cultural Sociology; New Media and Society; Emotion, Space and Society; Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies; International Journal of Cultural Studies; American Behavioral Scientist; Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine; Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration; Journal of Family Studies; Human Technology: An interdisciplinary journal on humans in ICT environments; Philippine Journal of Development Communication, and; Plaridel: A Philippine journal of communication, media and society.