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  • Holden 
    Crawford, Robert (UNSW Press, 2010)
    'She's a Beauty', Prime Minister Ben Chifley famously declared in 1948, admiring the first Holden as it rolled off the production line. More than a mere car, Holden became a national symbol, a status that General ...
  • Small, Jennifer Jessie (2005)
    This thesis focusses on the lived experiences of women and girls as tourists. While scholarly interest in gender and tourism has developed in recent years, a gendered analysis of the central element of tourism – the tourist ...
  • Feletto, E.; Gastelurrutia, A.; Martinez, F.; Faus, M.; Benrimoj, Charlie (Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2010)
    Community pharmacy is part of the health care system which is currently under economic pressure and facing changes in demands from consumers and government. In response, the pharmacy profession is becoming more patient ...
  • Fletcher, R. (Elsevier Science, 2007)
  • Short, Alison Edna (2003)
    This thesis has set out to investigate the role of music therapy in the form of the specialist Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) with a view to exploring how meanings related to adjustment from a health crisis ...
  • Wang, Ying; Su, Dawei; Ung, Alison; Ahn, Jung-Ho; Wang, Guoxiu (IOP PUBLISHING LTD,, 2012)
    Hollow structured CoFe(2)O(4) nanospheres were synthesized by a hydrothermal method. The uniform hollow nanosphere architecture of the as-prepared CoFe(2)O(4) has been confirmed by field emission scanning electron microscopy ...
  • Nordon, Robert; Shu, Alan; Camacho, Fernando; Milthorpe, Bruce (Wiley-Liss Inc, 2004)
    Background The investigation of receptor-ligand interactions in the cellular context presents significant technical challenges, first, to immobilize the ligand in a manner that preserves functional properties and, second, ...
  • Smith, Graeme (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
    Over the last decade, rural township governments have been subjected to intensive streamlining and rationalization programmes. This article examines which ongoing reforms and processes are causing township governments to ...
  • Rolph, Timothy; Hill, Nathalie; Woods, Jonathan; Wilkens, Roy; Skilbeck, Greg (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2005)
    We have undertaken a comparative study of down-core variation in multiproxy palaeoclimate data (magnetic susceptibility, calcium carbonate content and total organic carbon) from two coastal water bodies (Myall and Tuggerah ...
  • Rahali, Essam; Chong, Wei; Chaczko, Zenon; Braun, Robin (IEEE Xplore, 2011)
    This paper discusses experiences of applying a Holonic approach for Modelling the Business Process Management (BPM) in the telecommunication domain. Topics presented in this paper include shared experiences as well as ...
  • HOME 
    Joseph, Sue (UTSePress, 2013)
    There are many ubiquitous notions of the modern Western 'home' including psychological, spatial and emotional. As a universal social construct, its principle differentials are cultural and inter relational. ...
  • Home 
    Schlunke, Katrina (Duke University Press, 2009)
    Does "possession" produce "home"? This essay figures the claim by Captain Cook to possess Australia as an attempt to institute a single order of time and nature. But that order was and is always undercut by the reality of ...
  • Baker, Ellen; Avery, Gayle; Crawford, John (Idea Group Publishing, 2006)
    While technology enables home-based telecommuting (HBT), it also has been blamed for its slow growth. Thus, technology may both facilitate and hinder HBT. In order to clarify the role that technology currently plays when ...
  • Zapart, Siggi; Kenny, Patricia; Hall, Jane; Servis, Betty; Wiley, S (Blackwell Publishing, 2007)
    The provision of home-based palliative care requires a substantial unpaid contribution from family and friends (i.e. informal care). The present cross-sectional descriptive study, conducted between September 2003 and April ...
  • Baker, Ellen; Avery, Gayle; Crawford, John (Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Gloibal), 2008)
    This chapter examines the role of technology in home-based telecommuting (HBT), and the implications of this role for organizational IT departments and for managers of telecommuting employees. Specifically, it addresses ...
  • Varnham, Sally (Wolf Legal Publishers, 2008)
    There is evidence that more and more parents in the developed countries worldwide are choosing to educate their children at home. This is despite, or because of, the existence of comprehensive government education systems ...
  • Hill, Michael (UTS: Design, Architecture and Building, 2005)
    In the animated film The Incredibles (2004) a dysfunctional family of superheroes is forced to go undercover and to refrain from practising heroic deeds and demonstrating their special powers. In an attempt to give it ...
  • Robinson, Catherine (Melbourne University Press, 2009)
    There was also the lime at a drop-in meals service when the women at my table forgave my red-faced abstinence from the hospital-mash by sending me forth to claim my unwanted main and dessert portions so they could be ...
  • Lancione, Michele (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)
    The paper focuses on one central point of the performative' approach to homelessness that is still inadequately explored by the current literature: the conceptualisation of the relational entanglements between homeless ...
  • Box, Helen Catherine (2007)
    My research takes place against the backdrop of the design research debate ongoing since the 1990s. This debate highlighted the potential contributions that design artefacts and practice could make in a scholarly and ...