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  • Chio, Jenny (Routledge, 2011)
    Studies of internal migration in contemporary China frequently focus on the movement of rural people to urban centers, while studies of Chinese tourism concentrate on the mobility of urban travelers. These approaches to ...
  • 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, ...
  • Lyons, Mark (University of Hong Kong, 2003)
  • Sanson, Michelle (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, City Campus, UTS Sydney, 2007-09-13)
    This seminar is Part 3 of Seminar 7 of the 2007 Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Lecture Series. The role of civil societies in global governance. Global governance is defined here as “the multi-layered system of rules, ...
  • Jivan, Vedna (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, City Campus, UTS Sydney, 2007-09-13)
    This seminar is Part 2 of Seminar 7 of the 2007 Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Lecture Series. Vedna Jivan discusses public interest litigation and the role it can play in civil society and for civil society in the ...
  • Blay, Sam (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, City Campus, UTS Sydney, 2007-09-13)
    This seminar is Part 1 of Seminar 7 of the 2007 Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Lecture Series. Sam Blay expands on his earlier lecture by further debating what Cosmopolitan Civil Society means from the legal perspective. The ...
  • Veal, Anthony (Zhejiang University Press, 2006)
  • Cushman, Grant; Veal, Anthony; Zuzanek, Jiri (CABI, 2005)
  • Edwards, Deborah (The Institute for Volunteering Research, 2007)
    People construct socially salient identities of others that in some cases affect their morally significant perceptions of, and interactions with, those groups. If these perceptions are flawed, this has a bearing on ...
  • Veal, Anthony (World Leisure Publications, 2011)
    Recent discussion in the World Leisure Journal has raised the issue of the place of the "leisure society thesis" in the development of leisure studies. Some have argued that the thesis was a key, but misconceived, "project" ...
  • Watson, Virginia (Lynne Rienner Publisher, 2004)
  • Feng, Chongyi (Mirror Books, 2009)
  • Sanati, Farzad; Lu, Jie (Inderscience, 2010)
    Ability to offer a citizen-centric view of government model is the key to a successful e-government service. Life-event model is the most widely adopted paradigm supporting the idea of composing a single complex e-government ...
  • Aylward, David (UTSePress, 2013)
    Consumption patterns of liquor, and particularly wine, have changed dramatically over the past two decades. In industrialised economies, both Eastern and Western, there has been a steep increase in first-time wine ...
  • Marshall, Jonathan (Peter Lang, 2007)
    Cybermind is an Internet mailing list, originally founded in 1994 to discuss the issues and problems of living online. It proved exceptionally fertile and is still going strong thirteen years later. This book is an ...
  • Morris, Alan (Routledge, 2009)
    An increasing number of older Australians are dependent on the private rental market for their accommodation. Through the use of semi-structured in-depth interviews, the life circumstances of older renters (65 plus) in ...
  • Jakubowicz, Andrew; Moustafine, Mara (UTS ePress, 2010)
    Melbourne has been described as Australia's most liveable and most multicultural city. What relation do these descriptions have to each other? How has the public culture of Victoria been influenced by the cultural diversity ...
  • Paton, Douglas; Burgelt, Petra; Prior, Timothy (Emergency Management Australia, a Division of the Federal Attorney General's Department, 2008)
    This paper discusses the process of developing a model capable of informing the development of community outreach strategies to facilitate the sustained adoption of bushfire preparedness measures. Following the identification ...
  • Stronach, Megan; Adair, Daryl (UTS ePress, 2010)
    In Australia a serious and widely documented statistical gap exists between the socio-economic circumstances of the country?s Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations. Areas of divergence include life expectancy, health, ...
  • Byrne, Denis (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2013)
    Roland Barthes observed that though there is a lover's discourse' shared by all those who are in love, it is a discourse ignored or disparaged by surrounding languages'. Concerned that the discourse of heritage may participate ...