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To be included in this collection the journal article must meet the Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) definition of research and:

  • be published in a scholarly journal
  • have been peer-reviewed
  • have an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) or ISBN

The types of journal articles that may meet the criteria include:

  • commentaries and communications of original research
  • research notes
  • letters to journals, provided that the letter satisfies the HERDC definition of research and the subsequent definitions for journal articles in this section
  • critical scholarly texts which appear in article form
  • articles reviewing multiple works or an entire field of research
  • invited papers in journals
  • articles in journals which are targeted to both scholars and professionals
  • articles in a stand alone series.

The types of journal articles that are unlikely to meet the criteria include:

  • letters to the editor
  • case studies
  • articles designed to inform practitioners on existing knowledge in a professional field
  • articles in newspapers and popular magazines
  • editorials
  • book reviews
  • brief commentaries and communications of original research reviews of art exhibitions, concerts, theatre productions.

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  • Mukheibir, Pierre; Kuruppu, Natasha; Gero, Anna; Herriman, Jade (Springer Netherlands, 2013)
    This paper aims to identify key cross-scale challenges to planned adaptation within the context of local government in Australia, and suggest enabling actions to overcome such challenges. Many of the impacts of climate ...
  • Mustelin, Johanna; Kuruppu, Natasha; Matus Kramer, Arnoldo; Daron, Joseph; De Bruin, Karianne; Guerra Noriega, Alex (Earthscan Ltd, 2013)
    The last decade has seen a rapid proliferation of climate change adaptation research resulting in a broad theoretical and conceptual understanding of adaptation. However, significant gaps still exist in applying these ...
  • Higgins, Winton (Journal of Global Buddhism, 2012)
    Secular Buddhism is coalescing today in response to two main factors. First, it rejects the incoherence of Buddhist modernism, a protean formation that accommodates elements as far afield as ancestral Buddhism and ...
  • Newell, Barry; Marsh, Debborah Marie; Sharma, Deepak (Resilience Alliance Publications, 2011)
    As the complexity and interconnectedness of present-day social-ecological systems become steadily more apparent, there is increasing pressure on governments, policy makers, and managers to take a systems approach to the ...
  • Onyx, Jenny; Kenny, Sue; Brown, Kevin (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
    A study of what active citizenship means from the perspective of citizens who are active within third sector organisations. Based on an empirical study involving 1,610 respondents across 11 towns in six countries. Two ...