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  • 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 ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Oxford University Press, 1992)
    This paper examines the impact of western architec- ture on Japan in the 1920s and 1930s with reference to both public and domestic buildings and their interiors. The simple model of Japan submitting to overseas 'influence' ...
  • 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 ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (-, 2007)
    This project was submitted for a competition in 2006 to design the new Prague National Library. The project was shortlisted in the competition. Faced with the challenge of designing a national institution for literary ...
  • Macarthur, John; Stead, Naomi (Monash University ePress, 2006)
  • Antoniades, Hera (Australian Property Institute, 2013)
    Every state and territory within Australia has a range of regulatory bodies to oversee consumer protection and the distinct licences that comprise their regimes. In the case of property agents, licensing is managed ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, Franklin (Sage, 2012)
    This Viewpoint article draws on the doctrine of eminent domain (or compulsory purchase) as an analytical framework to analyse the regional and local impacts of a new source of oil. Sekondi- Takoradi, an oil city located ...
  • Abel, Nick; Cork, Steve; Gorddard, R.; Langridge, J.; Langston, Art; Proctor, Wendy; Ryan, Paul; Shelton, David; Walker, Brian; Yiaeloglou, Mandy; Plant, Roel (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), 2003)
    Natural Values: Exploring Options for Enhancing Ecosystem Services in the Goulburn Broken Catchment is the culmination of four years work and the first of its kind in Australia. It began with a vision; to reconnect Australians ...
  • Dorst, Kees (DAB Documents, 2010)
    In the last few years, 'Design Thinking' has gained popularity - it is now seen as an exciting new paradigm for dealing with problems in sectors as a far afield as IT, Business, Education and Medicine. This potential success ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, Franklin (Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa, 2013)
    The nature of ideology in Ghana's 2012 elections has not been studied, but to do so is key to understanding social, economic and political developments in the country. This article tries to fill the gap. Theoretical guidance ...
  • Stewart, Susan; Hanna, Bronwyn; Thompson, Susan; Gusheh, Maryam; Armstrong, Helen; Van Der Plaat, Deborah (Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, 2003)
  • Beilharz, Kirsty; Calo, Claudia; Ferguson, Sam (Springer-Verlag, 2012)
    This paper discusses interaction design for inter- active sonification and visualisation of data in multi-touch contexts. Interaction design for data analysis is becoming increasingly important as data becomes more openly ...
  • Anderson, Benedict (National Theatre Wales, 2010)
    Postive_Negative was conceived as a two-prong sculptural installation. Positive, a two-dimensional series of recognisable boat forms, and Negative, a spatial alien not concerned with any sense of assimilation to site. It ...
  • Funderberg, Richard; Macdonald, Heather (Sage Publications, 2010)
    This paper estimates the valuation effects from new construction of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) projects on neighbouring single-family homes in Polk County, Iowa. The evaluative models estimate the impact from ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, Franklin (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)
    Ghana is one of a few African countries where more people now reside in cities than in the countryside. What is not as well-known are the changes that have taken place in the economic base of Ghanaian cities. This paper ...
  • Jupp, Julie (China Architecture & Building Press, 2010)
    This paper proposes an approach to modelling and visualising decision processes in large complex construction projects by incorporating a network perspective. Computer modelling and visualisation of decision processes as ...
  • De Valence, Gerard; Runeson, Goran (Taylor & Francis, 2009)
    This chapter deals with the creation of the 'new construction industry" a part of the construction industry that is as different: from conventional construction as to constitute a separate, totally new industry. The driving ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (Transdisciplinary Image Conference, 2010)
    If the eighteenth century Picturesque can be regarded as a proprietorial strategy for mediating the visual experience of landscape, then the proliferation and configuration of webcam networks to promote iconic city form ...
  • Nguyen, Quang Vinh; Huang, Mao Lin (Springer, 2010)
    This paper presents a new interactive platform for visual analytics of large networks and graphs. The platform integrates multiple graph layouts, interactive navigations and clustering algorithms into an effective and ...
  • Gu, Ning.; Maher, Mary Lou. (2007-10-04)
    The emergence of digital and computing technologies is arguably the force of the century for innovation in all domains. In design, researchers and practitioners have shown an increasing interest in predicting and examining ...