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  • Cranny-Francis, Anne (Legal Intersections Research Centre, 2013)
    Cultural analysis of the relationship between hospitality, identity and subjectivity, conducted by reference to an episode of the television series Glee and its depictions of heteronormativity and resistance
  • Wilson, M. A; Smeulders, D. J; Kannangara, G. K (IDEA Group, 2006)
    Dialysis of humic organic matter separates the material into molecular weight fractions or, more correctly, fractions which can pass through specifically sized pores. In the course of investigating the structure of humic ...
  • Hutchinson, Marie; Jackson, Debra (BioMed Central, 2013)
    Although there is a sizeable body of evidence regarding the nature of hostile behaviours among clinicians in the nursing workplace, what is less clear is the nature of the relationship between these behaviours and patient ...
  • Garces, Esther; Alacid, Elisabet; Rene, Albert; Petrou, Katherina; Simo, Rafel (Nature Publishing Group, 2013)
    Parasitoids are a major top-down cause of mortality of coastal harmful algae, but the mechanisms and strategies they have evolved to efficiently infect ephemeral blooms are largely unknown. Here, we show that the generalist ...
  • Finkelstein, Joanne; Lynch, Rob (Routledge, 2001)
  • Swift, Paul; Smith, Geoff; Franklin, Jim (Sage Publications, 2006)
    The transmittance and irradiance distribution at the exit aperture of a cylindrical mirror light pipe (MLP) have been measured and calculated for the cases of collimated and diffuse inputs. MLPs are an example of a nonimaging ...
  • Inglis, Sally; Clark, Robyn; Shakib, S; Wong, D; Molaee, P; Wilkinson, David; Stewart, Simon (Oxford Journal, 2008)
    Background: There are minimal reports of seasonal variations in chronic heart failure (CHF)-related morbidity and mortality beyond the northern hemisphere. Aims and methods: We examined potential seasonal variations with ...
  • Riedy, Chris (Integral Institute, 2009)
    The question of how to successfully facilitate the changes needed to avoid dangerous climate change has become a critical one for researchers and practitioners. In this article, I use Integral Theory to guide a scan of one ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (Picador, 2008)
    This is a major creative work, a novel of approximately 100,000 words. It was first published in Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand in May 2008, and has since been published in: Germany, France, the Netherlands, ...
  • Pham, Khanh; Le Thi, Quynh; Petrie, Dennis; Adams, Jon; Doran, Christopher (Adis International, 2008)
    Background: Injuries caused by both non-use of and substandard helmets in motorcycle accidents place a substantial cost on both the Vietnamese Government and on victims and their families who are unfortunate enough to ...
  • Huang, Yi; Ge, Janet (PRRES, UWS and UTS, 2009)
    The house price index decreases in Mainland China during the last few months have been accompanied by a collapse of the stock market which has fallen to 40% of its original high point. Many investors are concerned that the ...
  • Huang, Yikun; Ge, Janet (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, 2008)
    Rapid movements of house prices bring concerns about affordability when house prices go up and of crisis when they fall below their trend value. This paper reviews house prices which have the potential to deviate significant ...
  • Macdonald, Heather (The University of Western Australia, 2011)
    This paper argues that policy makers need a more fine-grained understanding of housing submarkets, to avoid the often perverse outcomes of aspatial incentives and regulations on housing affordability. A cluster analysis ...
  • Li, P. C (UTS , Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, 2003)
    In the period since the influential studies by Case and Shiller (1989, 1990), it has been established that housing markets are characterised by information diffusion patterns determined by informational inefficiencies. ...
  • Macdonald, Heather; Funderberg, Richard; Swenson, David; Russett, Anne; Simeon, Malynne (Iowa Finance Authority, 2007)
    ? Larger family housing developments slowed neighboring property value appreciation in Polk County by 3.8% in the first year or two after developments were approved, but had no significant effect once developments were ...
  • Burton, Chris (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2007)
    This article reports on a case study of a failed new entrant Sydney museum that entered the museum market in 1991 and exited in 1997. In tracking the trajectory of the new entrant museum, and the relationship between ...
  • James, Paul; Sankaran, Shankar (Common Ground Publishing, 2006)
    Public sector reform, or New Public Management in Australia, and around the world, is causing operational and cultural change within government departments. For such transformation to occur, people and organisations are ...
  • Price, Jenna (Canberra Times, 2007)
    'INDIGENOUS TALKING BLACK - Representing indigenous voices in the mainstream media Background When the Howard Government decided to implement the Northern Territory Intervention in 2006, the media representation ...
  • Zalizniak, L; Dunlop, J; Nugegoda, Dayanthi; Choy, Sc; Kefford, Ben (Elsevier Sci Ltd, 2010)
    The effects of suspended and deposited sediments on the macroinvertebrates are well documented in upland streams but not in slower flowing lowland rivers. Using species found in lowland lotic environments, we experimentally ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest; Leggett, Michael (M I T Press, 2010)
    The study collects, compares and synthesises existing knowledge from specific sources about artists and creative designers working within research processes. The emphasis is on collaboration, evaluation and reflective practice.