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  • Goodman, James (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)
    The "great globalization debate" began in the late 1980s with a series of proclamations as to the newness of the phenomenon. Ranging across multiple social science disciplines, globalization theory asserted that social ...
  • Ison, Nicky (Oxford University Press, 2009)
    This chapter is a reflection on the youth climate movement in Australia and draws on ideas from the theories of change.
  • Chan, Lai-Ha (World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 2012)
    Growing interest in a wide range of global health issues makes China an increasingly important actor in the international health arena. This case study provides a closer look at the transitions in China's health policy ...
  • Behrendt, Larissa (Centre for Policy Development, 2010)
    A critique of the ALP's Inidgenous Policy
  • Brown, Tony (Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), 2009)
    There is an increasing polarisation of income, job opportunities and access to education in the advanced economies. Simultaneously there is a continuing reordering of economic relations between the advanced and the newly ...
  • Davidson, Patricia; Halcomb, Elizabeth; Gholizadeh, Leila (Oxford University Press, 2010)
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  • Tournay, Virginie; Louvel, Severine; Granjou, Celine (Sage, 2013)
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  • Goodman, James; Yasukawa, Keiko; Brown, Tony (National Tertiary Education Union, 2006)
    This research was supported by the National Recruitment funding of the NTEU. Its aim was to undertake an in-depth qualitative study of the experiences of casual academic staff in an Australian University, particularly, ...
  • Adair, Daryl (Elsevier, 2013)
    The articles by Waddington, Christiansen, Gleaves, Hoberman, & M?ller (2013) and Henne, Koh, & McDermott (2013) are important contributions to the rather limited academic debate about illicit drug use among athletes and ...
  • Kent, Jennifer (Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2009)
    This paper will consider individual responsibility for climate change mitigation as it is expressed through forms of voluntary action; how perceptions of agency may contribute to broader level change; and the implications ...
  • Unknown author (2012-05-23)
    This collection contains an Internet archive of crisis coverage of the 2000 Fiji coup by University of the South Pacific journalism students. David Robie and journalism students at the University of the South Pacific (USP) ...
  • Legacy 
    Behrendt, Larissa (University of Queensland Press, 2009)
    Simone Harlowe is young and clever, an Aboriginal lawyer straddling two lives and two cultures while studying at Harvard. Her family life back in Sydney is defined by the complex relationship she has with her father, Tony, ...
  • Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Travaglia, Jo; Westbrook, Mary; Jorm, Christine; Hunter, Cynthia; Carroll, Katherine; Iedema, Roderick; Ekambareshwar, Mahalakshmi (UNSW, 2006)
    This report presents the findings of multiple studies conducted to evaluate the Incident Information Management System (IIMS) for NSW Health. IIMS was introduced by NSW Health to act as a core mechanism for safety and ...
  • Archer, David; Griffin, Tony (Sustainable Tourism CRC, 2005)
    This report presents results from visitor surveys conducted in Mungo National Park (NP) during winter and spring of 2001. The study was managed and carried out by a team of researchers from the School of Leisure, Sport ...
  • Dela Rama, Marie; Edwards, Melissa; Dalton, Bronwen (Australian Parliament House, 2008)
    With two other School of Management colleagues, Melissa Edwards and Bronwen Dalton, we made this submission into the following Community Affairs Committee Inquiry. This submission was later cited by Ian Verrender, a Sydney ...
  • Neumark, Norie; Miranda, Maria (Antipodes curated by Tim Nohe, 2008)
    Talking About the Weather is an ongoing cross media project sparked by our response to the terrifying spectre of global climate change. Sheer terror at the possibilities that are being talked about led us to talking about ...
  • Reid, Carol; Fabiansson, Charlotte; Healey, Louise; Collins, Jock (Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Australian Government, 2010)
    In order to explore many aspects of the lives of cosmopolitan youth, we devised a survey that was trialled among 51 youth aged between 14 and 17 years living in Western or South-Western Sydney. On the basis of this ...
  • Robinson, Catherine (Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2003)
    Full project publication list includes four separate works: Positioning Paper, This study aimed to improve our empirical and conceptual understanding of the precursors of homelessness among vulnerable groups. Such a study ...
  • Seelig, T; Thompson, A; Burke, T; Penningar, S; Mcnelis, S; Morris, Alan (Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2009)
    What motivates people to become rental investors? What factors drive or shape their investment behaviour, and how are their experiences and intentions as rental investors linked? This paper reports on a qualitative study ...
  • Archer, David; Griffin, Tony (Sustainable Tourism CRC, 2005)
    This report presents the results from a series of visitor surveys conducted in a set of seven national parks in north-eastern New South Wales. The set of parks included Boonoo Boonoo, Bald Rock, Gibraltar Range, Washpool, ...