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  • Davidson, Patricia; Sindhu, Siriorn (Elsevier, 2014)
    Nursing leadership is critical for implementing evidence-based, ethical practice and promoting optimal patient outcomes. Promoting competence in nursing care and ensuring safe and effective work environments are important ...
  • Bjorkeng, Kjersti; Clegg, Stewart; Pitsis, Tyrone (Sage Publications, 2009)
    This article presents findings from longitudinal ethnographic research of a mega-project alliance. For five years we followed the leadership team of a large Australian Alliance Program made up of a large public and several ...
  • Pullen, Alison (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)
  • Hager, Paul; Hodkinson, P (Springer, 2011)
    Accepting that human understanding of learning inevitably employs metaphor, this chapter argues that the idea of professional learning is most fruitfully illuminated by employing the metaphor of becoming. The argument has ...
  • Taniguchi, Sumiko (2009)
    In this thesis, I investigate the nature of change that two adult language learners/users have experienced in learning to become bilingual through the mediation of autobiographical narrative writing. The major purposes ...
  • West, Lorraine; Lee, Alison; Poynton, Cate (Taylor and Francis, 2012)
    Depression at work has been the subject of a growing body of research. However, though increasing attention is being paid to more contextualized orientations to the phenomenon, little is known of the experience of the ...
  • Bj??Rkeng, Kjersti; Clegg, Stewart (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    Purpose ? The purpose of this paper is to explore organizational induction as socially situated learning processes. It presents an empirical study of inductees going through an induction program in a medium sized bank ...
  • Fox, Stephen; Swan, Elaine (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2009)
    Much of the debate on flexibility has remained at a stubbornly macro, demographic level without looking closely at individual attempts to become more flexible. This paper argues that the debate on flexibility has been ...
  • Fox Stephen; Swan Elaine (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2009)
    Much of the debate on flexibility has remained at a stubbornly macro, demographic level without looking closely at individual attempts to become more flexible. This paper argues that the debate on flexibility has been ...
  • Tough, Leisa (Hornsby, 2007)
    Beecroft House is a built project that re-scripted a Federation era family home from a single dwelling to dual occupancy for the next generation of inhabitants. In doing so the project challenged the legitimacy of existing ...
  • Jenkins, Roger; Breach, Geoff (University of Melbourne, 2004)
  • Zeibots, Michelle (University of Western Sydney, 2004)
  • Dauvergne, Catherine; Millbank, Jenni (Thomson Legal and Regulatory Ltd, 2003)
    Leave to appeal from a decision of the Full Federal Court in Kabir v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs - the case concerns a gay couple from Bangladesh seeking asylum and marks the first time that a final ...
  • Ogunsiji, Olayide; Wilkes, Lesley; Jackson, Debra; Peters, Kath (Sage, 2012)
    Settling in a new country exposes immigrants to various health risk factors, and the existing literature alludes to immigrant women being more vulnerable than men. This article highlights some of the difficulties faced by ...
  • Schuck, Sandra; Aubusson, Peter; Buchanan, John; Russell, Tom (Springer, 2012)
    The recruitment and retention of new entrants to the teaching profession has long been an important aspect of education, as so often these new entrants renew and refresh practice in schools. At times there have not ...
  • Chiarella, Carl; He, Xuezhong; Wang, Duo (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2006)
    We develop a simple behavioral asset pricing model with fundamentalists and chartists in order to study price behavior in financial markets when chartists estimate both conditional mean and variance by using a weighted ...
  • Adamowicz, Vic; Bunch, David; Cameron, Trudy; Dellaert, Benedict; Hanemann, W; Keane, Michael; Louviere, Jordan; Meyer, Robert; Steenburgh, Thomas; Swait Jr, Joffre (Springer, 2008)
    We review the discussion at a workshop whose goal was to achieve a better integration among behavioral, economic, and statistical approaches to choice modeling. The workshop explored how current approaches to the specification, ...
  • Marley, Anthony; Regenwetter, Michel; Grofman, A; Tsetlin, I (Cambridge University Press, 2006)
    Behavioral Social Choice looks at the probabilistic foundations of collective decision-making rules. The authors challenge much of the existing theoretical wisdom about social choice processes, and seek to restore faith ...
  • Houser, Daniel; Keane, Michael; Mccabe, Kevin (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2004)
    Different people may use different strategies, or decision rules, when solving complex decision problems. We provide a new Bayesian procedure for drawing inferences about the nature and number of decision rules present in ...
  • Cao, Longbing (IEEE Computer Society, 2008)
    Behavior is increasingly recognized as a key component in business intelligence and problem-solving. Different from traditional behavior analysis, which mainly focus on implicit behavior and explicit business appearance ...