Book Chapters

Parents: RMIT Research  

Browse Results (4500 results found)

Subscribe to the RSS feed for this result setSubscribe to the RSS feed for this result set

Page 23 of 23

Result Pages:    « first ‹ previous  13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Refine

  Abstract Views Full text provided File Downloads Thomson Reuters Web of Science Citation Count Scopus Citation Count Altmetric Score
Verhoeven, D 1999, 'When familiarity breeds: Ken G Hall, disability and national cinema' in D. Verhoeven (ed.) Twin peeks: Australian and New Zealand feature films, Damned Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 51-67. 117  
Magner, B 2008, '"When Iris met Eve: An Australian friendship"' in Mary Edmond-Paul (ed.) Lighted Windows: Critical Essays on Robin Hyde, Otago University Press, New Zealand, pp. 127-141. 147  
Pepperell, N 2009, 'When is it safe to go on reading capital?' in Tom Bunyard (ed.) The Devil's Party: Marx, Theory & Philosophy, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London, London, England, pp. 11-21. 159  
Bessant, J, Emslie, M and Watts, R 2013, 'When things go wrong: A reflection on students as youth researchers' in Kitty te Riele and Rachel Brooks (ed.) Negotiating Ethical Challenges in Youth Research, Routledge, New York, USA, pp. 31-42. 211  
Farrell, L 2008, 'When welfare economics and gambling studies collide' in M. Virén (ed.) Gaming in the New Market Environment, Palgrave-Macmillan, Australia, pp. 23-53. 263  
Grierson, E 2005, 'When we talk of art: a search for meaning' in Dianne Waite (ed.) Art: RMIT 2005 Postgraduate Book, RMIT University Press, Melbourne, pp. 4-11. 160  
Ednie-Brown, P 2017, 'When words won't do: Resisting the impoverishment of knowledge' in L. Vaughan (ed.) Practice-Based Design Research, Bloomsbury Academic, London, New York, pp. 131-139. 131  
Yigzaw, D 2015, 'Where the real issue lies: Normative conflict between the WTO system and human rights' in Gabriel Moens (ed.) International Trade and Business Law Review, LexisNexis Butterworths, Chatswood, Australia, pp. 31-96. 95  
Kelly, P and Kamp, A 2015, 'Where the wild things are' in Peter Kelly and Annelies Kamp (ed.) A Critical Youth Studies for the 21st Century, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden/Boston, pp. 142-150. 107  
Brennan, L and Fien, J 2013, 'Where to from here?' in L. Brennan, L. Parker, T. Watne, J. Fien, D. Hue and A. Doan (ed.) Growing sustainable communities: A development guide for Southeast Asia, Tilde Publishing and Distribution, Prahran, Australia, pp. 254-263. 110  
Montague, A, Larkin, R and Burgess, J 2016, 'Where was HRM? The crisis of public confidence in Australia's banks' in Nankervis, Alan; Rowley, Chris; Salleh, Noorziah (ed.) Asia Pacific Human Resource Management and Organisational Effectiveness : Impacts on Practice, Elsevier, United States, pp. 67-85. 121  
Cooper, B 2005, 'Where were the gatekeepers? Corporate collapse and the role of accountants' in T. Campbell (ed.) Ethics and Auditing, ANU Press, Canberra, pp. 159-176. 290  
Parker, K, Nitse, P and Davey, W 2008, 'Where will professional software engineering education go next?' in Michael Kendall (ed.) Learning to Live in the Knowledge Society, Springer Boston, Boston, pp. 185-192. 159   0
Li, B and Boo, Y 2012, 'Which fundamental factors proxy for share returns? An application of the multi self-organising maps in share pricing' in A B M Shawkat Ali, et al (ed.) Multidisciplinary Computational Intelligence Techniques: Applications in Business, Engineering, and Medicine, IGI Global, Hershey, United States, pp. 1-21. 85   0
Watts, R 2005, ''White australia' and the Third Reich: the history of child welfare, trust and racial government, 1930-1945.' in Judith Bessant, Richard Hil, Rob Watts (ed.) Violations of trust: How social and welfare institutions fail children and young people., Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, pp. 71-97. 166  
Mitsogianni, V 2014, 'White noise Panorama: Process-based architectural design' in Leon van Schaik (ed.) The Practice of Spatial Thinking: Differentiation Processes, onepointsixone, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 131-132. 221  
Mitsogianni, V 2013, 'White noise panorama process-based architectural design: Reflections on a PHD by project and design practice research' in Johan Verbeke and Burak Pak (ed.) Knowing (by) Designing, LUCA, Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, KU Leuven, Ghent, Brussels, pp. 223-233. 304  
Harrison, S 2008, 'White steel' in Philip Sutton Cox (ed.) Cox Architects and Planners, Images Publishing Group, Mulgrave, pp. 28-33. 137  
Gardner, M 1995, 'Who signs the contract? Applying agency theory to politicians' in The state under contract, B. Williams Books, Wellington, New Zealand, pp. 140-159. 183  
Davidson, S 2006, 'Who's not paying their fair share of income tax?' in P. Saunders (ed.) Taxploitation: The Case for Income Tax Reform, Centre for Independent Studies, St Leonards, NSW, pp. 56-65. 168  
Siracusa, J 2017, 'Who won the cold war and why does it matter' in Joseph M. Siracusa (ed.) Humanities, arts and social sciences: It's everyone's business, Routledge, New York, United States, pp. 23-35. 124  
Mina, A 2006, 'Why are cuttlefish tickled pink?' in R. McLeod (ed.) The sensuous intellect, RMIT University Press, Melbourne, pp. 156-167. 126  
Smith, A and Stewart, B 2014, 'Why deterrence policies do not work: a cognitive perspective on drug-use in sport' in Bob Stewart and Michael Burke (ed.) Drugs and sport : writings from the edge, Dry Ink Press, Hawthorn, Australia, pp. 243-271. 107  
Gardner, M 1994, 'Why equality is good policy or making sure rewards are just' in S. Hammond (ed.) Equity under enterprise bargaining, Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training, Sydney, Australia, pp. 16-27. 179  
Branigan, E 2007, 'Why single mothers need to be accountants: The 'third shift' of bureaucratic labour under welfare reform' in Fastenau, Maureen; Branigan, Elizabeth; Douglas, Kathy; Marshall, Helen; Cartwright, Sheree (ed.) Women and Work 2007: Current RMIT University Research, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 61-76. 132  
McKay, J and Devlin, M 2015, 'Widen participation in Australia: lessons on equity, standards, and institutional leadership' in M. Shah, A. Bennett and E. Southgate (ed.) Widening higher education participation, Chandos Publishing, Kidlington, United Kingdom, pp. 1-10. 12  
Horne, R and Carre, A 2009, 'Will the well run dry? Developments in water resource planning and impact assessment' in R. Horne, T. Grant and K. Verghese (ed.) Life Cycle Assessment: Principles, Practice and Prospects, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 93-108. 151  
Siracusa, J 2005, 'Wilsonianism and imperial Germany' in Richard Dean Burns, Joseph M. Siracusa (ed.) The Search for International Security, Regina Books, Claremont, California, pp. 52-83. 133  
Meredyth, D, Hopkins, L, Ewing, S and Thomas, J 2004, 'Wired high rise: Using technology to combat social isolation on an inner city public housing estate' in Marshall.Stewart, Taylor.Wal and Yu. Xinghuo (ed.) Using Community Informatics to Transform Regions, Idea Group Publishing, United Kingdom, pp. 192-208. 111  
Wild, G and Hinckley, S 2011, 'Wireless communications and power supply for in vivo biomedical devices using acoustic transmissions' in Mr Anthony Laskovski (ed.) Biomedical Engineering, Trends in Electronics, Communications and Software, Intech, Rijeka, Croatia, pp. 111-130. 172   0
Hu, J, Bertok, P, Hamilton, M, White, G, Duff, A and Cutts, Q 2006, 'Wireless interactive teaching by using keypad-based ARS' in D. Banks (ed.) Audience response systems in higher education, Information science publishing, Hershey, CA, USA, pp. 209-221. 216  
Dekic, M and Simic, M 2008, 'Wireless power transfer and its applications in automotive engineering' in Aleksander Subic, Martin Leary and Jorg Wellnitz (ed.) Meeting the Challenges to Sustainable Mobility, Publishing Solutions Pty Ltd, Australia, pp. 209-216. 306  
Ahmed, K and Gregory, M 2014, 'Wireless sensor network simulations using castalia and storage case study' in A.-S. Khan Pathan, M. M. Monowar, S. Khan (ed.) Simulation Technologies in Networking and Communications: Selecting the Best Tool for the Test, CRC Press, United States, pp. 459-494. 236  
Weller, P 2017, 'Withdrawal and withholding of medical treatment' in A.-M. Farrell, J. Devereux, I. Karpin and P. Weller (ed.) Health Law: Frameworks and Context, Cambridge University Press, Port Melbourne, Australia, pp. 191-200. 85  
Tanter, R 2005, 'With eyes wide shut: Japan, Heisei militarization and the Bush Doctrine' in Melvin Gurtov, Peter Van Ness (ed.) Confronting the Bush Doctrine: Critical Views from the Asia-Pacific, Routledge, New York, pp. 153-180. 138  
McDonald, C 2007, 'Wizards of Oz?: The radical tradition in Australian Social Work (and what we can learn from Aotearoa New Zealand)' in Michael Lavalette, Iain Ferguson, British Association of Social Workers (ed.) International Social Work and the radical Tradition, Venture Press, Birmingham, United Kingdom, pp. 33-50. 206  
Van Schaik, L 2009, 'WOHA: A Reflective Introduction' in Patrick Bingham-Hall (ed.) WOHA: the architecture of WOHA, Pesaro Publishing, NSW, Australia, pp. 18-27. 178  
Martin, J 2012, 'Women and disaster management' in M. Lownes Jackson and R. Guy (ed.) Economic Empowerment of Women: A Global Perspective, Informing Science Institute, United States, pp. 15-35. 159  
Donald, S 2004, 'Women and technology in the teaching profession: multi-literacy and curriculum impact' in Chinese Women - Living and Working, RoutledgeCurzon, United States, pp. 131-146. 109  
Hudson, C and Azalanshah, M 2014, 'Women and television in Malaysia: Soaps, transnational pleasure and modernity' in J. Kim (ed.) Reading Asian Television Drama: Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries, I.B.Tauris, London, United Kingdom, pp. 125-146. 153  
Beza, B, Johnson, A and Fuentes, A 2018, 'Women and their roles in peace building in conflict vulnerable areas of Mindanao, Philippines' in Graham Marsh, Iftekhar Ahmed, Martin Mulligan, Jenny Donovan and Steve Barton (ed.) Community Engagement in Post-Disaster Recovery, Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 131-144. 22  
Solomon, R 2007, 'Women at Work: The Unfulfilled Promise of International Human Rights Instruments?' in Fastenau, Maureen; Branigan, Elizabeth; Douglas, Kathy; Marshall, Helen; Cartwright, Sheree (ed.) Women and Work 2007: Current RMIT University Research, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 119-134. 172  
French, L 2012, 'Women in Film: Treading Water but Fit for the Marathon' in Theresa Carilli, Jane Campbell (ed.) Challenging Images of Women in the Media: Reinventing Women's Lives, Lexington Books, Maryland, United States, pp. 35-46. 248 582
Arenius, P and Franzen, R 2016, 'Women's entrepreneurship and social capital' in Hans Westlund, Johan P Larsson (ed.) Handbook of Social Capital and Regional Development, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 108-140. 112  
Douglas, K 2007, 'Women, Street Sex Work and the Law in Victoria: Stories of Injustice in Relation to Sexual Assault' in Fastenau, Maureen; Branigan, Elizabeth; Douglas, Kathy; Marshall, Helen; Cartwright, Sheree (ed.) Women and Work 2007: Current RMIT Research, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 77-91. 441  
Nyland, B 2007, 'Women who work for women to work: Care work and the cost of giving' in Fastenau, Maureen; Branigan, Elizabeth; Douglas, Kathy; Marshall, Helen; Cartwright, Sheree (ed.) Women and Work, RMIT University, Melbourne, pp. 109-117. 165  
Eversole, R 2006, 'Women working away: female labour migration in Asia and the Pacific' in S. Charlesworth, K. Douglas, M. Fastenau, S. Cartwright (ed.) Women and Work 2005: Current RMIT University Research, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 23-41. 172  
Douglas, K 2006, 'Women, workplace conflict and court-connected ADR: an argument for researching reflexive practice.' in S. Charlesworth, K. Douglas, M. Fastenau, S. Cartwright (ed.) Women and Work 2005: Current RMIT University Research, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 99-123. 197  
French, L and Poole, M 2015, 'Women writers on the Australian screen' in Jill Nelmes and Jule Selbo (ed.) Women Screenwriters: an International Guide, Palgrave MacMillian, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, pp. 163-169. 98  
Heylen, K and Haffner, M 2012, 'Woonuitgaven, woonsubsidies en armoede in Vlaanderen en Nederland (Housing expenses, housing subsidies and poverty in Flanders and the Netherlands)' in Danielle Dierckx, Stijn Oosterlynck, Jill Coene & An Van Haarlem (ed.) Armoede en Sociale Uitsluiting. Jaarboek 2012 (Poverty and Social Exclusion. Yearbook 2012), Academische Cooperatieve Vennootschap cvba, Leuven/Den Haag, Belgie, pp. 165-179. 97  
McMillan, M 2015, ''Words are like weapons, they wound sometimes': Andrew Bolt, gay white men, and an out and proud gay black man' in D. Hodge (ed.) Colouring the Rainbow: Blak Queer and Trans Perspectives: Life Stories and Essays by First Nations People of Australia, Wakefield Press, Mile End, Australia, pp. 168-181. 79  
Lingard, H and Turner, M 2017, 'Work and well-being in the construction industry' in R. J. Burke and K. M. Page (ed.) Research Handbook on Work and Well-Being, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 189-215. 106   0
Sullivan, D 2011, 'Work envy, workhorses and the mid-career librarian' in Lowe-Wincentsen, Dawn and Crook, Linda (ed.) Mid-Career Library and Information Professionals: A leadership Primer, Chandos Publishing, Oxford, pp. 113-135. 106  
Marchington, M, Rubery, J and Cooke, F 2005, 'Worker representation and voice across organisational boundaries' in Mick Marchington, Damian Grimshaw, Gill Rubery, and Hugh Willmott (ed.) Fragmenting Work: Blurring Organizational Boundaries and Disordering Hierarchies, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 239-260. 134  
Marchington, M, Rubery, J and Cooke, F 2004, 'Worker representation within and across organisational boundaries: A case study of worker voice in a multi-agency environment' in Geraldine Healy, Edmund Heery, Philip Taylor and William Brown (ed.) The Future of Worker Representation, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 82-102. 151  
De La Harpe, B 2010, 'Working Successfully in University Interdisciplinary Teams: Learning from Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory' in Martin Davies, Marcia Devlin, Malcolm Tight (ed.) Interdisciplinary Higher Education: Perspectives and Practicalities, Emerald Publishing, Bingley, United Kingdom, pp. 75-96. 221  
Ramcharan, P and Grant, G 2007, 'Working to empower families: perspectives of case managers' in Christine Bigby, Chris Fyffe, Elizabeth Ozanne (ed.) Planning and Support for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Issues for Case Managers and Other Professionals, New South Wales Press, Sydney, pp. 121-138. 121  
Bessant, J 2017, 'Working with and thinking against Habermas' in Mark Murphy (ed.) Habermas and Social Research, Taylor and Frances, Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. 75-90. 86  
Dana, L and Smyrnios, K 2015, 'Working with siblings and how to survive them' in Richard L Narva (ed.) How to Build Growth, Family Control and Family Harmony, Global Law and Business, London, United Kingdom, pp. 39-56. 91  
Siemon, D, Bleckly, J and Neal, D 2012, 'Working with the big ideas in number and the Australian curriculum: mathematics' in Bill Atweh, Merrilyn Goos, Robyn Jorgensen and Dianne Siemon (ed.) Engaging the Australian National Curriculum: Mathematics - Perspectives from the Field, Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 19-46. 2659  
Poppins, P and Singh, M 2005, 'Work integrated learning in information technology education' in T. van Weert and A. Tatnall (ed.) Information and Communication Technologies and Real-life Learning, Springer, USA, pp. 223-230. 165  
Crist, G, Wilkins, G and Minifie, P 2015, 'World architecture workshop: Memes and shortcuts' in Donald Bates, Vivian Mitsogianni, DIego Ramirez-Lovering (ed.) Studio Futures, Uro Publications, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 77-82. 131  
James, P and McNevin, A 2013, 'Would-be citizens and "strong states": Circles of security and insecurity' in Niklaus Steiner, Robert Mason and Anna Hayes (ed.) Migration and Insecurity: Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational Era, Routledge, United Kingdom, pp. 87-107. 135  
Woodcock, I, Wollan, S and Dovey, K 2015, 'Would you like a code with that? Place-based planning and mapping neighbourhood field of care' in Rebecca Leshinsky and Crystal Legacy (ed.) Instruments of Planning: Tensions and challenges for more equitable and sustainable cities, Routledge, New York, United States, pp. 125-141. 83  
Magner, B 2015, 'Writing from the cellar: Revisiting Villa Isola Bella' in Harvey, M and Ailwood, S. (ed.) Katherine Mansfield and Literary Influence, Edinburgh University Press, United Kingdom, pp. 219-232. 67  
Gray, E 2015, 'Writing `lesbian, gay-type lovers': Buffy, postmodern gothic and interruptions to the lesbian cliché' in Lorna Piatti-Farnell, and Donna Lee Brien (ed.) New Directions in 21st-Century Gothic, Routledge, New York, United States, pp. 132-145. 124  
Batty, C 2013, 'Writing the screenplay' in Graeme Harper (ed.) A Companion to Creative Writing, Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, United Kingdom, pp. 98-114. 165  
Howe, A 2009, 'Writing to Lindy - may I call you Lindy?' in Deborah Staines, Michelle Arrow & Katherine Biber (ed.) The Chamberlain Case: Nation, Law, Memory, Australian Scholary Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 221-233. 225  
Ouzzani, M, Bouguettaya, A and Elmagarmid, A 2010, 'WS-Query: A framework to efficiently query semantic web service' in Richard Chbeir, Youakim Badr, Ajith Abraham, Aboul-Ella Hassanien (ed.) Emergent Web Intelligence: Advanced Information Retrieval, Springer, London, pp. 47-86. 188  
Teo, S 2005, 'Wuxia redux: Crouching tiger, hidden dragon as a model of late transnational production' in Meaghan Morris, Siu Leung Li and Stephen Chan Ching-kiu (ed.) Hong Kong Connections: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, pp. 191-204. 468  
Potts, J 2007, 'X-efficiency vs. x-efficacy' in Roger Frantz (ed.) Renaissance in Behavioral Economics : Essays in Honor of Harvey Leibenstein, Routledge, London, pp. 92-104. 112  
Johnson, A, Dodd, M, Helsel, S and Black, R 2008, 'X_field' in L. Zilka (ed.) Para: RMIT architecture thesis projects 2006-2007, The images Publishing Group, Melbourne, pp. 84-117. 199  
Sinanan, J 2016, 'Xin Yimin: 'New' Chinese migration and new media in a Trinidadian town' in W. Sun and J. Sinclair (ed.) Media and Communication in the Chinese Diaspora: Rethinking Transnationalism, Routledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 210-226. 111  
Bukreev, I, Cedola, A, Pelliccia, D, Jark, W and Lagomarsino, S 2013, 'X-ray waveguides' in J. Zegenhagen and A. Kazimirov (ed.) The X-Ray Standing Wave Technique: Principles and Applications, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, pp. 143-162. 112   0
Porzoor, A and Macreadie, I 2015, 'Yeast as a model for studies on Abeta aggregation toxicity in Alzheimer's disease, autophagic responses, and drug screening' in Juan I. Castrillo and Stephen G. Oliver (ed.) Systems biology of Alzheimer's Disease, Humana Press, New York, pp. 217-226. 117  
Macreadie, I 2007, 'Yeast, Molecular and Therapeutic Applications' in Arza Seidel (ed.) Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology Vol 26, John Wiley and Sons, Australia, pp. 478-501. 124  
Vaughan, P and Macreadie, I 2007, 'Yeasts' in Arza Seidel (ed.) Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology Volume 26, John Wiley and Sons, Australia, pp. 445-478. 158  
Howe, A 2008, 'Yes, minister,'sex violence policy has failed': It's time for sex, violence and crime in a postmodern frame' in Gayle Letherby, Philip Birch (ed.) Sex as Crime?, John Wiley and Sons, Devon, pp. 220-237. 171  
Bhosale, S, Wilman, B and Langford, S 2012, 'Yoctoliter-sized vessels as potential biological models' in Prof. Bruno Pignataro (ed.) Molecules at Work, Wiley-VCH, Germany, pp. 3-12. 123  
Sumartojo, S 2015, ''You aren't an Aussie if you don't come': National identity and visitors' practices at the Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux' in Julia Lossau, Quentin Stevens (ed.) The Uses of Art in Public Space, Routledge, New York, United States, pp. 1-15. 157  
Batty, C 2015, 'You are what you eat: film narratives and the transformational function of food' in Peri Bradley (ed.) Food, Media and Contemporary Culture: The Edible Image, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, pp. 27-43. 105  
Binns, D 2016, 'You can't stop her: Elektra re-configured' in M. J. McEniry, R. M. Peaslee and R. G. Weiner (ed.) Marvel Comics Into Film: Essay Adaptations Since the 1940s, McFarland, Incorporated Publishers, Jefferson, USA, pp. 39-51. 130  
Whyte, J and Clarke, A 2009, 'You can't talk about this with social workers' in Jack Frawley, Maggie Nolan, Nereda White (ed.) Indigenous Issues in Australian Universities: Research, Teaching, Support, Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, pp. 15-21. 209  
Macmillan, A 2006, '"You don't have other teachers to bounce ideas off" Report from SIMERR Victoria' in T. Lyons (ed.) Science,ICT and Mathematics Education in Rural and Regional Australia, University of New England, Armidale, Australia, pp. 44-64. 157  
Macarow, K 2010, 'You have cancer' in Vera Kalitzkus and Peter L. Twohig (ed.) The Fallible Body. Narratives of Health, Illness and Disease, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Freeland, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 29-39. 135  
Johnson, G and Chamberlain, C 2014, 'Young people' in C. Chamberlain, G. Johnson and C. Robinson (ed.) Homelessness in Australia: An Introduction, NewSouth Publishing, Australia, pp. 117-134. 230  
Kelly, P 2014, 'Young people, alcohol and a social science of risk: Bauman and the problem of ambivalence' in K. Fitzpatrick and R. Tinning (ed.) Health Education: Critical Perspectives, Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 105-117. 160  
Fien, J 2003, 'Young people and the environment: Results and implications of a study of environmental knowledge, beliefs and behaviuor inAsia and the pacific' in Peter R. Hills, Chi-sum Man (ed.) New Directions in Environmental Education for Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, pp. 15-32. 121  
Powell, A 2015, 'Young women, activism and the 'politics of (sexual) choice': Are Australian youth cultures post-feminist?' in Sarah Baker, Brady Robards, Bob Buttigieg (ed.) Youth Cultures and Subcultures: Australian Perspectives, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Surrey, United Kingdom, pp. 215-226. 125  
Pawar, M and Nipperess, S 2017, 'You roll up your sleeves and you help, and work with people - Robyn Miller' in Manohar Pawar, Richard Hugman, Andrew Alexander, A.W. (Bill) Anscombe (ed.) Empowering Social Workers: virtuous practitioners, Springer, Singapore, pp. 139-156. 96  
Wierenga, A, Guevara, J and Beadle, S 2013, 'Youth-led learning' in Ani Wierenga and Jose Roberto Guevara (ed.) Educating for Global Citizenship: A Youth-Led Approach to Learning Through Partnership, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 195-211. 167  
Meredyth, D 2012, 'Youth media enterprise: ethos, administration and pastoral care' in Jessica Pykett (ed.) Governing Through Pedagogy: Re-educating Citizens, Routledge, Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. 155-169. 146  
MacDermott, S and Taylor, S 2015, 'Youth policy in Australia since World War II: the more things change' in A. Hogan and M. Young (ed.) Rural and Regional Futures, Routledge, New York, United States, pp. 166-188. 98  
Bessant, J 2012, 'Youth work and the education of professional practitioners in Australia' in Dana Fusco (ed.) Advancing Youth Work Current Trends, Critical Questions , Routledge, United States, pp. 52-68. 236  
Lewis, T 2011, ''You've put yourselves on a plate': the labours of selfhood on MasterChef Australia' in Beverley Skeggs and Helen Wood (ed.) Reality Television and Class, Palgrave-Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 104-116. 876  
Morgan, L 2010, 'Zeitgeist moments' in David Forrest (ed.) The Curator in the Academy, Australian Scholary Publishing, North Melbourne, Australia, pp. 91-99. 134  
Lee, J 2011, 'Ziarah-Dalam-Dialog Di Malaysia' in P B Kleden; R Mirsel (ed.) Menerobos Batas - Merobohkan Prasangka, Jilid 1: Pendasaran dan Praksis Dialog, Maumere: Penerbit Ledalero, Malaysia, pp. 237-254. 118  
Black, R, Gray, E and Leahy, D 2016, 'Zombies, monsters and education: The creation of the young citizen' in Victoria Carrington, Jennifer Rowsell, Esther Priyadharshini and Rebecca Westrup (ed.) Generation Z: Zombies, Popular Culture and Educating Youth, Springer, The Netherlands, pp. 159-172. 142   11
Johnson, A 2011, 'Zone' in Patrick Bingham-Hall (ed.) Stanisic Live/Work, Pesaro Publishing, Singapore, pp. 122-129. 123  
Kelly, P 2015, 'Zygmunt Bauman's challenge for critical youth studies: ambivalence and the re-enchantment of a social scientific imagination' in Peter Kelly and Annelies Kamp (ed.) A Critical Youth Studies for the 21st Century, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden/Boston, pp. 613-629. 133  

Page 23 of 23

Result Pages:    « first ‹ previous  13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

© 2014 RMIT Research Repository • Powered by Fez SoftwareContact us