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Papers from 2016

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The wandering 1, Stephen Garrett

2016.

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Discovering my own African feminism: embarking on a journey to explore Kenyan women's oppression, Glory J. Gatwiri and Helen J. McLaren

2016 Journal of International Women's Studies 17:1 202-211.

Silence as power: women bargaining with patriarchy in Kenya, Glory J. Gatwiri and Karanja A. Mumbi

2016 Social Alternatives 35:1 13-18.

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Gender differences in the temporal sequencing of problem gambling with other disorders, John Haw and Louise Holdsworth

2016 International Journal of Mental health and Addiction 14:5 687-699.

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Voodoo threads: the cultural trajectory of Dr. John’s ‘I walk on gilded splinters’, Philip Hayward and Matthew Hill

2016 Journal of World Popular Music 3:2.

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Hipster aesthetics: creatives with no alternative, Wes Hill

2016 EMAJ 9.

How folklore shaped modern art: a post-critical history of aesthetics, Wes Hill

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How does the stigma of problem gambling influence help-seeking, treatment and recovery? A view from the counselling sector, Nerilee Hing, Elaine M. Nuske, Sally M. Gainsbury, Alex MT Russell, and Helen Breen

2016 International Gambling Studies 16:2 263-280.

Ethics in organizations, Mark Hughes

2016 Rethinking values and ethics in social work.

Providing responsive services to LGBT individuals with dementia, Mark Hughes

2016 Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans individuals living with dementia: concepts, practice and rights 83-96.

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Research engagement and impact: challenges and opportunities, Mark Hughes

2016 Australian Social Work 69:4 385-387.

Advocacy: an overarching approach, Mark Hughes and Jill Wilson

2016 Case management: inclusive community practice 143-163.

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Perception, imagination and affect in human-robot relationships, Erika Kerruish

2016 Cultural Studies Review 22:2 4-20.

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Devolution of the welfare state? A three country comparative analysis of social enterprises within welfare state models, Barbara Kinder

2016 Blue Gum:3 102-118.

If these halls could talk: Dreamland, live performance, Julian Louis, Janis Balodis, Shenzo Gregory, Phil Blackman, Darcy Grant, Katia Molino, Kirk Page, Toni Scanlan, Ben Walsh, Barry Hill, Jamie Birrell, Kate McDowell, Karl Johnson, William Kutana, Marisa Snow, Naya Crookshanks, and Edward Horne

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Solo lecture-recital, Matthew Marshall

2016 International Guitar Research Centre Conference.

Black women with vaginal fistula: the power to silence via internet imagery, Helen Jacqueline McLaren and Glory J. Gatwiri

2016 Social Alternatives 35:1 47-52.

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Safety as a fifth dimension in supervision: stories from the frontline, Lynne McPherson, Margarita Frederico, and Patricia McNamara

2016 Australian Social Work 69:1 67-79.

‘A key person internationally’: towards a biography of Freda Brown, Lisa Milner

2016 Lillith 22 21-36.

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A key person internationally’: towards a biography of Freda Brown, Lisa Milner

2016 Lillith 22 21-36.

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From fairy frock to tea towel...and thanks for the Land Rover!, Annie Mitchell

2016 Proceedings of the 21st International Seminar of the ISME Commission on Special the Education of the Professional Musician 133-143.

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Significant life events and social connectedness in Australian women’s gambling experiences, Elaine M. Nuske, Louise Holdsworth, and Helen Breen

2016 Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 33:1 7-25.

Queer activist intersections in Southeast Asia: human rights and cultural studies, Baden Offord

2016 Ways of knowing about human rights in Asia 43-57.

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Framing the socialization process of the DBA candidate: what can universities offer and what should candidates bring?, Simon J. Pervan, Deborah Blackman, Terry Sloan, Michelle Wallace, Andrea Vocino, and Cathy J. Byrne

2016 Studies in Continuing Education 38:3 299-317.

Book review: Thinking through fashion: a guide to key theorists, Denise N. Rall

2016 Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture 1:2 266-269.

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Possibilities and limits to enforcing tax compliance measures on ‘irregular’ workers, Maarten Richard Rothengatter

2016 970114 52:2 139-154.

Walking with media: activating the cubewalk network as a mobile architecture, David Rousell, Alexandra Cutcher, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Bill Boyd, Fiona V. Fell, and Jeanti S. St Clair

2016 Walking the meshwork: an ineractive symposium on walking as research,education and artistic practice.

Creative practice as pedagogy: an ecology of experimentation, Kim Satchell

2016 The Pedagogies of Cultural Studies 71-92.

Creative practice as pedagogy: an ecology of experimentation, Kim M. Satchell

2016 The Pedagogies of Cultural Studies 71-92.

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Historical out-of-home child care leavers and mental health needs, Gregory P. Smith

2016 Australian Social Work 70:1 1-3.

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Gut feminism, Elizabeth Stephens

2016 Australian Humanities Review 59 79-84.

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Gatekeepers, sole mothers and housing in a regional New South Wales shire, Vanessa Thomas, Sandy Darab, and Yvonne Hartman

2016 Rural Society 25:3 240-255.

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Caution regarding righteous absolutes: relational ethics and social welfare intervention in the Pacific Nations, Lester J. Thompson

2016 The International Journal of Diverse Identities 16:4 1-13.

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Countering globalisation and managerialism: relationist ethics in social work, Lester James Thompson and David Alastair Wadley

2016 International Social Work.

Well-being among Aboriginal Australians: re-fashioning public housing policy, Lester J. Thompson, D C. Duthie, and D A. Wadley

2016 Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues 19:3.

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Connecting and strengthening young Aboriginal men: a family wellbeing pilot study, Mary Whiteside, Helen Klieve, Nigel Millgate, Brad Webb, Zona Gabriel, Lynne McPherson, and Komla Tsey

2016 Australian Social Work 69:2 241-252.

Papers from 2015

Book review: Reflecting on representation, Leticia Anderson

2015 Australian Journalism Review 37:1 195-196.

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Countering Islamophobic media representations: the potential role of peace journalism, Leticia Anderson

2015 Global Media and Communication 11:3 255-270.

Mixing religion and politics in Peace Education: moving from teaching cultural knowledge towards cultural competency, Leticia Anderson

2015 University of Sydney Teaching Colloquium 2015.

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Radical theatre mobility: Unity Theatre, UK, and the New Theatre, Australia, Cathy Brigden and Lisa Milner

2015 New Theatre Quarterly 31:4 328-342.

Religion, the elephant in the Asia-focused Australian school room, Cathy J. Byrne

2015 Issues in religion? Whose religion? 257-281.

"Where is the hoop?" Reflections on academia, artistic research and artistic practice, Leigh Carriage and Matthew Hill

2015 NACTMUS 2015 Conference: research methodologies for creative works: a backwards design approach.

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Deforest, Grayson Cooke

2015.

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Old growth, Grayson Cooke

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Performing archival remix in Outback and Beyond, Grayson Cooke

2015 International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 11:1 100-115.

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Fiona Fell is a ceramic artist, Grayson Cooke, Fiona V. Fell, and Matthew Hill

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Archival memory and dissolution: the after image project, Grayson Cooke and Amanda J. Reichelt-Brushett

2015 Convergence 21:1 8-26.

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Frack, Grayson Cooke, Amanda J. Reichelt-Brushett, and Barbara Harrison

2015.

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Fanning hallucinations in Murray Bail's hall of mirrors, Moya Costello

2015 The Writing the Ghost Train: Rewrriting, Remaking, Rediscovering Papers – The Refereed Proceedings Of The 20th Conference Of The Australasian Association Of Writing Programs.

Northern Rivers: a gothic tale, Moya Costello

2015 Out of place: microfiction and prose poems.

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Pressed specimens, Moya Costello

2015 Text 30.

Bibere vinum suae regionis: why Whian Whian wine, Moya Costello and Steve Evans

2015 Environmentally sustainable viticulture: practices and practicality 323-339.

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Political theatre and the state, Melbourne and Sydney, 1936-1953, Phillip Deery and Lisa Milner

2015 History Australia 12:3.

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Alternative approaches to wellbeing and engagement in Vanuatu, Thomas Dick

2015 Australasian Psychiatry 23:6 52-54.

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Chorographing the Vanuatu aquapelago: engaging with performatively constituted specificities of place', Thomas Dick

2015 Shima 9 1-22.

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Clay's anatomy: sculpted, scanned, screened, Fiona Fell

2015 Stepping up: The Australian Ceramics Triennale.

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External and internal topographies: art on the uncanny limits of scan technology, Fiona V. Fell

2015 Transformations: Journal of Media & Culture 26.

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L'Interruptión, Fiona V. Fell

2015.

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Lones Morrow, Fiona V. Fell

2015 Stepping Up: the Australian Ceramics Triennale, Stepping up: delegates exhibition.

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More than something to hold the plants up: soil as a non-human ally in the struggle for food justice, Hazel Ferguson and The Northern Rivers Landed Histories Research Group

2015 Local Environment.

The queer film festival as a gender-diverse space: positioning the 'L' in GLBTIQ screen content, Akkadia Ford

2015 Lesbian geographies: gender, place and power 177-190.

Getting the most out of electronic portfolios: pedagogy and benefits, Hilary Gallagher, Lester J. Thompson, and Mark Hughes

2015 Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 17:2 39-54.

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The influence of language difficulties on the wellbeing of international students: an interpretive phenomenological analysis, Glory Gatwiri

2015 Inquiries Journal/Student Pulse 7:5 1-2.

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Putting vaginal fistulas on the international social work map: A critical perspective, Glory Gatwiri and Heather Fraser

2015 International Social Work 60:4 1039-1050.

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The scent of success: image-sound relations and audio-logo-visuality in Baz Luhrmann’s two promotional films for Chanel No.5 perfume, Philip Hayward and Matthew Hill

2015 Screen Sound: The Australasian Journal of Soundtrack Studies:5 36-50.

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A hipster history: towards a post-critical aesthetic, Wes Hill

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Habitat (with world food books), Wes Hill

2015 Frieze 169.

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Outside Thoughts, Wes Hill

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Speech Acts, Wes Hill

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What is zombie formalism?, Wes Hill

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A grounded theory of the influence of significant life events, psychological co-morbidities and related social factors on gambling involvement, Louise Holdsworth, Elaine Nuske, and Nerilee Hing

2015 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 13:2 257-273.

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Myanmar to Coffs Harbour: the role of food in regional refugee settlement, Mandy Hughes

2015 Locale 5 58-81.

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The last refuge: food stories from Myanmar to Coffs Harbour, video recording[trailer], Mandy Hughes

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The role of food in regional refugee settlement: stories from the Myanmar community Coffs Harbour, Mandy Hughes

2015 Agrifood Research Network Conference.

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Editorial: The Australian social work profession and its journal, Mark Hughes

2015 Australian Social Work 68:4 405-406.

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Loneliness and social support among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people aged 50 and over, Mark Hughes

2015 Ageing and Society 36 1961-1981.

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people's attitudes to end-of-life decision-making and advance care planning, Mark Hughes and Colleen M. Cartwright

2015 Australasian Journal on Ageing 34:suppl. 2 39-43.

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Older lesbians and work in the Australian health and aged care sector, Mark Hughes and Sujay Kentlyn

2015 Journal of Lesbian Studies 19:1 62-72.

Representations of LGBT ageing in Australia and the UK, Mark Hughes and A King

2015 44th Annual BSG Conference: Ageing in changing times: challenges and future prospects.

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Angelica Mesiti's rapture (silent anthem): hearing with our eyes, Erika Kerruish

2015 Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 29:4 593-604.

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Re-imagining the empire of Japan through Japanese schoolboy uniforms, Emerald L. King and Denise N. Rall

2015 M/C Journal 18:6.

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Introduction: Creative writing as research IV, Nigel Krauth, Donna Lee Brien, Ross Watkins, Anthony Lawrence, Dallas Baker, and Moya Costello

2015 TEXT 30.

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Rhapsody on a riff, sound recording (CD), Matthew Marshall

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Solo recital, Coffs Harbour Guitar Festival, live performance, Matthew Marshall

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Chamber music recital, Matthew Marshall & Donald Maurice (October), live performance, Matthew Marshall and Donald Maurice

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Children's experience of sport: what do we really know?, Lynne McPherson, Prue Atkins, Nadine Cameron, Maureen Long, Matthew Nicholson, and Meg E. Morris

2015 Australian Social Work 69:3 348-359.

Consuming wildlife: representations of tourism and retribution in Australian animal horror, Maja Milatovic

2015 Animal horror cinema: genre, history and criticism 76-93.

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Cockatoo, the island dockyard: island labour and protest culture, Lisa Milner

2015 Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 9:1 19-37.

Theatres of radicalism: Newcastle's post-war cultural activists, Lisa Milner

2015 Radical Newcastle 152-161.

New wine in old bottles: aligning curricula, pedagogy and assessment through creative practice in classical and contemporary music, Anne K. Mitchell

2015 Assessment in music education: from policy to practice landscapes: the arts, aesthetics, and education 195-206.

The sentience of plants: animal rights and rights of nature intersecting?, Alessandro Pelizzon and Monica Gagliano

2015 Australian Animal Protection Law Journal 11 5-14.

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Engage to stay and deliver: humanitarian access in the Central African Republic, Jean S. Renouf

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As we draw near mountains: nature and beauty in the hearts of dwarves, Jessica Seymour

2015 Representations of nature in middle-earth 27-49.

Forgetting is the human superpower, Jessica Seymour

2015 More Doctor Who and philosophy 249-257.

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“Murder me…become a man”: establishing the masculine care circle in young adult dystopia, Jessica Seymour

2015 Reading Psychology 37:4 627-649.

Writing across platforms: adapting classics through social media, Jessica Seymour

2015 Minding the gap: writing across thresholds and fault lines 105-116.

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‘Youth theory’: a response to aetonormativity, Jessica Seymour

2015 TEXT 32:special iss..

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Young adult writing: setting the scene, Jessica Seymour and Denise Beckton

2015 TEXT 32:special iss..

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A series of fortunate readers: a collaborative review article of important Australasian YA writing, Jessica Seymour, Denise Beckton, Eugen Bacon, Donna Lee Brien, Gyps Curmi, Maree Kimberley, Jodi McAlister, Catriona Mills, and Shivaun Plozza

2015 TEXT 32:special iss..

The Lizzie Bennet diaries: fan-creator interactions and new online storytelling, Jessica Seymour, Jenny Roth, and Monica Flegel

2015 The Australian Journal of Popular Culture 4:2 & 3 99-114.