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  • Mcneil, Peter (Charles Scribner's Sons, 2004)
    Significant international collaboration in a new field, an encyclopedia 'identifying the world's preeminent authorities' and asking new questions 'that define the field' (preface xv)
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
  • Mcneil, Peter; Riello, Giorgio (Berg, 2006)
  • Clegg, Stewart; Gudergan, Siggi; Kornberger, Martin; Ray, Tim (Liber and Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006)
  • De Valence, Gerard (Spon Press, 2011)
    The chapter analyses one of the characteristics of the building and construction industry that is difficult to quantify in a meaningful way - how competitive markets operate in the industry. The difficulties arise from ...
  • Runeson, Goran (Spon Press, 2011)
    Academic research into building economics is comparatively new, if by academic research we mean the kind of research we have in well-established academic disciplines. It seems that a new discipline, like building economics, ...
  • Cameron, Ros; Sankaran, Shankar (Copenhagen Business School Press, 2013)
    The aim of this chapter will be to take a detailed exploration of mixed methods research (MMR) designs as an indicator of a movement towards more complex and innovative research designs in which both qualitative and ...
  • Clegg, Stewart; Kornberger, Martin (Elsevier Science, 2003)
    Modernism and postmodernism may be thought of as either moments or movements. We argue for thinking of them as moments, essentially related to each other, rather than movements that literally have historical specificity. ...
  • Riello, Giorgio; Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2010)
    When we write about the recent decades -- and indeed much of the twentieth century - scholars do not 'reconstruct a past that they can never know' as observed by Fritz Stern in his Varieties of History (1970), Depending ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Gebruder Mann Verlag, 2013)
    Between the wars the Duchess of Windsor (1896-1986) was a quintessential female sartorial modernist. It was an image built on a type of obsessive discipline and iteration of gestures and actions in `appearing' and also ...
  • Spurr, Samantha (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2008)
    The bodies and spaces of today are not the same as they have been throughout history. One must now recognise a multitude of variations, both singularly and in the way they relate. Now that we are firmly immersed in a ...
  • Zhang, Jiawan; Wen, Yuan; Nguyen, Quang Vinh; Lu, Liangfu; Huang, Mao Lin; Yang, Jiadong; Sun, Jizhou (Springer, 2010)
    This paper proposes a new method called Concentric Coordinate for visualizing multidimensional datasets. To reduce the overlapping and edge crossings among curves, axes are arranged as concentric circles rather than parallel ...
  • Mukheibir, Pierre; Ziervogel, Gina (Greenleaf Publishing, 2009)
    Scientific evidence confirms that climate change is already taking place and that most of the warming observed during the past 50 years is due to human activities OPCC 2007). Climate change projections suggest increased ...
  • Boydell, Spike (CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, 2006)
    This essay is introduced by delving into the myth, embeddedness and tradition that surrounds people's perceptions of property rights. In all societies the property rights of individuals are subject to both political and ...
  • Monden, Masafumi (Bloomsbury, 2013)
    Fully researched book chapter about scholarly investigations of Japanese Lolita fashion within the contexts of fashion, gender and cultural globalization. It includes historical and stylistic analysis of dresses, combined ...
  • Macarthur, John; Stead, Naomi (Monash University ePress, 2006)
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    Writers from poets to philosophers engaged with fashion throughout the nineteenth century, frequently charting their own musings on the quixotic nature of fashionable change with their wider intellectual enquiry on topics ...
  • Zhang, Jiawan; Yang, Guoqiang; Huang, Mao Lin; Lu, Liangfu; Che, Ming (Springer, 2010)
    With the rapid growth of networks in size and complexity, netwok administrators today are facing more and more challenges for protecting their networked computers and other devices from all kinds of attacks. Unlike the ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2011)
    In 1989, Brisbane-based fashion designers Pam Easton and Lydia Pearson began to create from an Australian provincial city their range of garments that were deliberately nostalgic and feminine, with an air of knowing ...