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  • Goodman, James; Worth, D (Australian Political Economy Movement, 2008)
    Resource wealth in Australia is often presented as an asset, waiting to be exploited. Reflecting this, the recent resource boom is unquestioned indeed celebrated - as a great windfall for the Australian people. There is ...
  • Reid, Carol; Collins, Jock (Springer, 2009)
    In recent decades, the size and diversity of the minority population of contemporary western societies has increased significantly. To the critics of immigration, minority youth have been increasingly linked to crime, ...
  • Flowers, Rick; Goodman, James; Pearse, Rebecca (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2009-09-18)
    Climate Lives: Narrative, Transformation, and Climate Action Knowing what mobilizes people into action is crucial, yet we know little about Australian climate activists. This paper compares the experiences of grassroots ...
  • Huang, Kai-Ping; Wang, Karen (Springer, 2013)
    This study attempts to define the four constructs identified in the title and examine patterns of interaction among them. It begins by demonstrating that entrepreneurial orientation influences resource acquisition. It then ...
  • Norman, Heidi (Routledge, 2012)
    The New South Wales Annual Rugby League Knockout, run on the long weekend in October, is the largest gathering of Aboriginal people in Australia. This signi?cant event, now running for 40 years, is run for and by the ...
  • Crawford, Robert (School of Economics and Political Science, University of Sydney, 2004)
    Scholarly accounts of Robert Menzies? electoral success in 1949 and Gough Whitlam?s victory in 1972 invariably refer to the respective victors? electoral campaigns. However, the analysis of the campaigns? innovative ...
  • Eager, D. M (Hallmark Editions, 2007)
  • Logue, Danielle (Routledge, 2009)
    The mobility of scientists and the concerns surrounding `brain drain' are not new. Even in the Ptolemic dynasty, the first king set out to attract and influence the movements of scholars to shift the centre of learning ...
  • Burden, Kevin; Schuck, Sandra; Aubusson, Peter (Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 2012)
    A growing area of research concerns the increasing use by young people of mobile phones. Inevitably, researchers interested in exploring the lives and habitus of young people must also consider their engagement with the ...
  • Idle, Jan (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2010)
    This paper takes its title from the oil painting by George Pitt Morison held in the collection of the Art Gallery of Western Australia, called '12 August 1829. The Foundation of Perth. Mrs Dance strikes the first cut to ...
  • Collins, Jock (Canadian Ethnic Studies Association, 2013)
    Australia has been a major immigration nation for over six decades, with immigration central to nation building in Australia. In the past two decades, the character of the Australian immigration intake has changed considerably ...
  • Low, Angeline (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2009-08-26)
    This paper looks at the issues and challenges of Muslim women’s entrepreneurship in Australia and Canada at the intersections of entrepreneurship and leadership. As a starting point, this paper will investigate the types ...
  • Invernizzi, Noela; Foladori, Guillermo; Maclurcan, Don (Sage, 2008)
    The possibility that nanotechnology will turn into an instrument to aid development or alleviate poverty has been discussed explicitly in academic circles, at meetings held by international bodies, and in non-governmental ...
  • Sun, Wanning (Taylor & Francis, 2010)
    In Chinese, 'dagong' means 'working for the boss'. Dagong migrants constitute the most populous group of China's mobile population, so knowledge of their cultural practices is crucial to understanding how globalisation and ...
  • Iedema, Roderick; Flabouris, Arthas; Grant, Susan; Jorm, Christine (Elsevier Ltd, 2006)
    This paper considers the rise across acute care settings in the industrialized world of techniques that encourage clinicians to record their experiences about adverse events they are personally involved in; that is, to ...
  • Goodman, James (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    Not surprisingly, there is much debate about types of nationalist movement, and their role in history. This essay seeks to conceptualize nationalism as a social movement, and explores its dynamics as a social formation ...
  • Archer, David; Griffin, Tony (Victoria University, 2006)
    CRC Sustainable Tourism project #510041
  • Wearing, Stephen (Parks and Leisure Australia, 2008)
    This article explores the relationship between national parks, tourism, marketing and promotion, both conceptually and practically. It examines the structure and nature of the relationship between these areas. The implications ...
  • Lyons, Mark; Passey, Andrew (Blackwell Publishing, 2006)
    The policy of Australian governments, both Commonwealth, state and territory, toward those organisations that comprise a third sector of the organised economy is patchy and piecemeal. Absent is any recognition that they ...