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Papers from 2018

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'I'm a local...': fostering 'belonging' for former refugees in regional Australia through inclusive partnerships, Leticia Anderson and Rob Cumings

2018 The Asian Conference on Cultural Studies.

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“Twice the size of Texas”: assessing the importance of regional popular music scenes – a case study of regional Queensland, Andy Bennett, David W. Cashman, and Natalie Lewandowski

2018 Popular Music & Society.

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Considering the role of the distance student experience in student satisfaction and retention, Madeleine Bornschlegl and David W. Cashman

2018 Open Learning.

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Improving distance student retention through satisfaction and authentic experiences, Madeleine Bornschlegl and David W. Cashman

2018 International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design 8:3.

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Can anyone learn to sing? For most of us, the answer is yes, Leigh Carriage

2018 The Conversation.

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A case for reimagining Australia : dialogic registers of the Other, truth-telling and a will to justice, Dean Chan, Misty Farquahar, Robert Garbutt, Thor Kerr, Baden Offord, Elfie Shiosaki, and Yirga G. Woldeyes

2018 Coolabah 24 & 25 199-212.

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Australian wine labels: Terroir without the terror, Moya Costello, Robert Smith, and Leonie Lane

2018 Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 18:3 54-65.

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Sounding Northeast Brazil: musical genre manifestations on the island of Fernando de Noronha, Jon Fitzgerald and Arianne Reis

2018 Popular Music and Society 41:1 55-70.

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Phenomenological, African feminist research: Kenyan women’s stories of living with vaginal fistulas, Glory Gatwiri

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African womanhood and incontinent bodies: Kenyan women with vaginal fistulas, Kathomi Gatwiri

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Decolonising the waters : interspecies encounters between sharks and humans, Zan Hammerton and Akkadia Ford

2018 Animal Studies Journal 7:1 270-303.

Shoreline revels : perversity, polyvalence and exhibitionism at Coney Island's Mermaid Parade, Philip Hayward and Lisa Milner

2018 Scaled for success : the internationalisation of the mermaid 209-226.

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Gerhard Richter : Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Wes Hill

2018 Artforum International 56:7 251-252.

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Neo-expressionism : then and now, Wes Hill

2018 Eyeline 88 72-76.

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Review: From here to there : Australian art and walking, Lismore Regional Gallery 7 July-26 August 2018, Wes Hill

2018 Artlink 38:3 82-85.

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Sublime plight : Richard Mosse, Ai Weiwei and the social turn, Wes Hill

2018 Artlink 38:3 10-17.

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The automedial zaniness of Ryan Trecartin, Wes Hill

2018 M / C Journal 21:2.

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The last refuge: food stories from Myanmar to Coffs Harbour, Mandy Hughes

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The social and cultural role of food for Myanmar refugees in regional Australia: making place and building networks, Mandy Hughes

2018 Journal of Sociology.

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Anticipating engagement: pre-service teachers’ perceptions of virtual worlds, Lisa Jacka and Matthew Hill

2018 Authentic virtual world education 135-151.

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A paradigm shift in responding to children who have experienced trauma: the Australian treatment and care for kids program, Lynne McPherson, Kathomi Gatwiri, Joe Tucci, Jane Mitchell, and Noel Macnamara

2018 Children and Youth Services Review.

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A 'great anti-war play' : Bury the Dead on the world stage, Lisa Milner

2018 Australasian Drama Studies:72 31-65.

The cultural front: left cultural activism in the post-war era, Lisa Milner

2018 The far left in Australia since 1945 267-282.

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‘The unbreakable solidarity of women throughout the world with heroic Vietnam’ : Freda Brown, women’s organisations and the anti-Vietnam War movement, Lisa Milner

2018 History Australia 15:2 255-270.

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Seven steps to heaven : time and tide in 21st century contemporary music higher education, Annie Mitchell

2018 Australian Journal of Teacher Education 43:5 60-77.

It takes a town : igniting a culture of generosity to build a thriving environment for all children in 2484, Elizabeth Reimer Dr, Carmen Stewart, and Alexandra Bec

2018 New Community 15:4.

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How the personal support networks of people with intellectual disability promote participation and engagement, Kathy Shelley, Michelle Donelly, Anne Hillman, Angela Dew, Louise Whitaker, Rogerr J. Stancliffe, Marie Knox, and Trevor Parmenter

2018 Journal of Social Inclusion 9:1 37-57.

Out of the forest, Gregory P. Smith

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Stories that walk with you: opportunities in locative audio for feature journalism, Jeanti S. St Clair

2018 Australian Journalism Review 40:1 19-33.

Papers from 2017

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Transformative learning and teaching in human rights education, Leticia Anderson

2017 Pedagogies of Human Rights workshop.

The Islamophobic index: constructing and validating an index for the evaluation of anti-Muslim discourses, Leticia Anderson, Shima Shahbazi, and Mujib Abid

2017 Australian Association of Islamic and Muslim Studies (AAIMS) Bi-Annual Conference.

The individual and organisational support of police officers and their outcomes, Yvonne Brunetto Prof, Rodney Farr-Wharton Dr, Kate Shacklock Assoc. Prof, Art Shriberg Prof, Ben Farr-Wharton Dr, and Joseph Azzopardi Dr

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Child athletes and athletic objectification, Nadine Cameron, Lynne McPherson, Prue Atkins, Matthew Nicholson, and Maureen Long

2017 Journal of Sport and Social Issues 41:3 175-190.

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Complicated love, audio visual recording (film clip), Leigh Carriage

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Live quartet performance, Leigh Carriage

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Live quintet performance, Leigh Carriage

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Live trio performance, Leigh Carriage, Helen Russell, and Stephen Russell

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The vicissitudes of the image: materiality and the environment in the Old Growth project, Grayson Cooke

2017 Transformations:30 20-38.

Unsettled: Colonial Ruin in the Flinders Ranges, exhibition, Grayson Cooke and Dea Morgain

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Abu Ben Bail: a creative writer reads Murray Bail’s archived correspondence, Moya Costello

2017 Mosaic: An Interdisciplinary Critical Journal 50:3 91-105.

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Love and rhetoric: a writing life, Moya Costello

2017 Sydney Review of Books.

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On writing [expressing a relation to] dried plant specimens, Moya Costello

2017 Transformations 30 150-163.

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Pressed specimens, Moya Costello

2017 Plumwood Mountain 4:1.

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Australian educational research funding trends report: a national stocktake and review of category 1 funding in education, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and Jean S. Renouf

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What women want: single older women and their housing preferences, Sandy Darab, Yvonne Hartman, and Louise Holdsworth

2017 Housing Studies.

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Towards reflexive localism: exploring the diverse co-creators of alternative food across time in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales, Australia, Hazel Ferguson, Johanna Kijas, and Adele Wessell

2017 Journal of Historical Geography 56 14-21.

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Regional & queer: refusing to be invisible, creating queer space in a non-queer world, Akkadia Ford

2017 CyberGeo 4:1.

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The Dallas Buyers Club: who's buying it?, Akkadia Ford

2017 Transgender Studies Quarterly 4:1 135-140.

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Improving outcomes for children in out-of-home care: the role of therapeutic foster care, Margarita Frederico, Maureen Long, Patricia McNamara, Lynne McPherson, and Richard Rose

2017 Child & Family Social Work 22:2 1064-1074.

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Rear-view mirror: vision, time, modernity and the anthropocene, Robert Garbutt

2017 Continuum 31:2 277-284.

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The provocation of Gaïa: learning to pay attention in Rotary Park, Robert Garbutt and Shauna McIntyre

2017 Transformations 30 164-181.

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'Why did they take him away?' The theft of Neddy Larkin, Robert Garbutt, Ros Sten, Jenny Smith, Dianne Harrington, Thelma James, and Mickey Ryan

2017 History and Anthropology 28:5 584-604.

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'Better off dead' - Sasha's story of living with vaginal fistula, Glory J. Gatwiri and Helen Jaqueline McLaren

2017 Journal of International Women's Studies 18:2 247-259.

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The housing pathways of single older non-home owning women in a rural region of Australia, Yvonne Hartman and Sandy Darab

2017 Journal of Rural Studies 54 234-243.

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What do single, older women want? Their 'own little space' (and garden) to call home, for a start, Yvonne Hartman and Sandy Darab

2017 The Conversation.

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Electrical power generation and electrical supply Performance Data data set collected during Southern Cross University “Sunflower” Prototype mobile Solar PV (and connected Lithium (LiPo) battery Storage) AC mains power generator. Installation at Island Vibes Music Festival Stradbroke Island 2016., Barry J. Hill

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Conflict in collaborative musical composition: a case study, Matthew Hill, Barry Hill, and Robert Walsh

2017 Psychology of Music.

Art after the hipster : identity politics, ethics and aesthetics, Wes Hill

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Harmony Korine's Trash Humpers: from alternative to hipster, Wes Hill

2017 M/C Journal 20:1.

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Jenny Watson's right to look, Wes Hill

2017 Artlink 37:4 30-35.

Looking back 2017 : Australia, Wes Hill

2017 Frieze.

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Something living, Wes Hill

2017 Artforum.

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The impact of mutual obligation for sole parents, Louise Holdsworth

2017 Journal of Sociology 53:3 607-621.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, Mark Hughes

2017 Social work and human services best practice 147-167.

Organisations and management in social work: everyday action for change, Mark Hughes and Michael Wearing

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Life journeys of victim/survivors of child sexual abuse in institutions: an analysis of Royal Commission private sessions, I Katz, Anna Jones, B J. Newton, and Elizabeth Reimer

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Culture, meaning and sustainability in surfing, Neil Lazarow and Rebecca Olive

2017 Sustainable surfing 203-218.

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Book review: Kinship care: increasing child well-being through practice, policy and research, Lynne McPherson

2017 Australian Social Work 70:4 515-516.

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Secrecy surrounding the physical abuse of child athletes in Australia, Lynne McPherson, Maureen Long, Matthew Nicholson, Nadine Cameron, Prue Atkins, and Meg E. Morris

2017 Australian Social Work 70:1 42-53.

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Supervising child protection practice: what works?: an evidence informed approach, Lynne McPherson and Noel Macnamara

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Children’s experience of sport in Australia, Lynne McPherson, Matthew Nicholson, Nadine Cameron, Prue Atkins, and Meg E. Morris

2017 International Review for the Sociology of Sport 52:5 551-569.

Cockatoo Island, Australia: industry, labour and protest culture, Lisa Milner

2017 Shipbuilding and ship repair workers around the world: case studies 1950-2010 519-543.

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Red, Lisa Milner

2017 Recorder 290 11-12.

Swimming against the tide: a biography of Freda Brown, Lisa Milner

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Teaching arranging to classical and contemporary music students in higher education, Annie Mitchell

2017 Problems in Music Pedagogy 16:2 57-74.

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Transnational social workers in statutory child welfare: a scoping review, Corina Modderman, Guinever Threlkeld, and Lynne McPherson

2017 Children and Youth Services Review 81 21-28.

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Injured bodies, damaged lives: experiences and narratives of Kenyan women with obstetric fistula and female genital mutilation/cutting, Lillian Mwanri and Glory Joy Gatwiri

2017 Reproductive Health 14:1.

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The political imperative of feminism, Rebecca Olive

2017 Routledge handbook of physical cultural studies 51-60.

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Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: impacts on ecosystems and human well-being, Gretta T. Peci, Miguel B. Araújo, Johann D. Bell, Julia Blanchard, Timothy D. Clark, Robert K. Colwell, Finn Danielsen, Birgitta Evangard, Lorena Falconi, Simon Ferrier, Stewart Frusher, Raquel A. Garcia, Roger B. Griffis, Alistair J. Hobday, Charlene Janison-Scheepers, Marta A. Jarzyn, Sarah Jennings, Jonathon Lenoir, Hlif I. Linnetved, Victoria Y. Martin, Phillipa C. McCormack, Sharon A. Robinson, Brett R. Scheffers, Justine D. Shaw, Cascade JB Sorte, Jan M. Strugnell, Jennifer M. Sunday, Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Adriana Vergés, Cecilia Villanueva, Thomas Wernberg, and Stephen E. Williams

2017 Science 355:6332.

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‘Shock and awe’: the memory of trauma in post-9/11 artworks, Denise N. Rall

2017 Memory and the wars on terror: Australian and British perspectives 163-182.

Sit down, teacher! A sociological lens on teacher transformation in the experimental learning classroom, Elisabeth Reidl-Valiente, Leticia Anderson, and Susan Banki

2017 The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference.

A relational approach to practice: an ethical alternative to working with parents in out-of-home care processes, Elizabeth Reimer

2017 Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics 14:2 6-19.

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Leaving the door open for “tune ups”: challenging notions of ending working relationships in family work, Elizabeth Claire Reimer

2017 Child & Family Social Work 22:4 1357-1364.

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Eugenics and the normal body: the role of visual images and intelligence testing in framing the treatment of people with disabilities in the early twentieth century, elizabeth stephens and Peter Cryle

2017 Continuum 31:3 365-376.

Cultural awareness, sensitivity and safety: refocusing social work interventions in indigenous affairs, Lester J. Thompson and D C. Duthie

2017 Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues.

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A comparative study of Australian social work research, Clare Tilbury, Mark Hughes, Christine Bigby, Mike Fisher, and Lauren Vogel

2017 The British Journal of Social Work 2217-2237.

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Social work research in the child protection field in Australia, Clare Tilbury, Mark Hughes, Christine Bigby, and Jennifer Osmond

2017 The British Journal of Social Work 47:1 256-274.

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The way to a heart : food for love, Adele Wessell

2017 The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture 6:2.

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We will show the country: bringing history to life, Adele Wessell

2017 M/C Journal 20:5.

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Students’ conceptualisations of critical reflection, Louise Whitaker and Elizabeth Reimer

2017 Social Work Education 36:8.

Papers from 2016

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Book review: Mission invisible: race, religion, and news at the dawn of the 9/11 era, Leticia Anderson

2016 Journal of Peace Education 13:3 284-286.

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The reunification partnership: engaging birth parents and foster carers as collaborators in restoration casework, Leon Ankersmit

2016 Australian Social Work 69:3 273-282.

Christians first. The politics of inclusion, inter-religious literacy and Christian privilege: comparing Australian and English education, Cathy J. Byrne

2016 Boundaries of religious freedom: regulating religion in diverse societies.

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Watermarks, live performance, Leigh Carriage

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Weave, sound recording (CD), Leigh Carriage

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Weave, album launch, live performance, Leigh Carriage, Martha Baartz, Helen Russell, Laura Targett, Steve Russell, Toby Wren, and David Sanders

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Weave, album launch, live performance, Leigh Carriage, Paul Cutlan, Cameron Undy, Steve Russell, Carl Morgan, and Oliver Nelson

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Weave, album launch, live performance, Leigh Carriage, Peter Jeavons, Simon Jeans, Steve Russell, Christopher Tarr, and Dylan Hooper

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Weave, album launch, live performance, Leigh Carriage, Carl Mackay, Stephen Magnusson, Steve Russell, Danny Fisher, and Frank Di Sario

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Weave, album launch, live quintet performance, Leigh Carriage, Stephen Magnusson, Toby Hall, Carl Mackay, Steve Russell, and Frank Di Sario

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