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Nov-2004Issues of self-directed learning in a drama-driven curriculumMoore, Tiina
9-Jun-2013Issues with Multiband Compression DesignBrickhill, Thomas
29-Jan-2014Issues with Stuttering MeasurementKarimi, Hamid
2011"It looks after me”: how older patients make decisions about analgesics for osteoarthritisMilder, T; Lipworth, W; Williams, K; Ritchie, J; Day, R
2009"It Takes Two To Tango", A Research About The Risks And Control Measures For The Management Of A Performance Contract For Regular Maintenance Of Rail Infrastructure.Vonk, Warner; Hulleman, Rob
Sep-2013'It's a terrible thing when your children are sick': motherhood and home healthcare workLupton, Deborah
6-Jul-2011"It's All About Me" - Anthropomorphised - Part 1Debenham, John; University of Sydney Business School
2001'It's just how you've been brought up!': An Aboriginal perspective on the relationship between the law, racism and mental health in N.S.W.Bolt, Reuben; Indigenous Heath Studies
1987Italian traditional music in AdelaideBarwick, Linda
1968Italians In The Australian Environment: An Anthropometric SurveyPalmisano, Richard G.; Faculty of Dentistry
2010Iterations of a Riddle: The Reconciliation of Individual and Collective InterestsOppenheimer, Robert
25-Sep-2008Iterative Receiver for MIMO-OFDM System with ICI Cancellation and Channel EstimationLi, Rui
24-Jan-2013It’s a dog’s life when man’s best friend becomes his fattestDegeling, C
23-Jul-2013‘It’s like this maze that you have to make your way through.’ Women’s experiences of seeking a domestic violence protection order in NSW.Laing, Lesley
Nov-2012‘It’s Mabo, It’s the Constitution, It’s the Vibe’: Debates over the ‘active citizen’ and Aboriginal history in the NSW History Syllabus in the 1980s and 1990sCondie, Michael; Department of History
1969The Jabuduruwa : a study of the structure of rite and myth in an Australian Aboriginal religious cult on the Beswick Reserve, Northern TerritoryMaddock, Kenneth, 1937-; School of Behavioural Sciences
Jan-1994Jacob Viner and the History of Economic ThoughtGroenewegen, Peter; Economics
cosmepic22.tif.jpg20-Mar-2006James (Jim) Sime (weaver, from western Queensland, sailed on the Royal tar from Sydney 16/07/1893)-
Nov-2012Japan be Number One Internationalism and History of Japanese Diplomacy, 1853-2006Ishii, Noriyuki; Department of History
1992The Japanese Experience with Urban Private Rail Companies: Idiosyncratic or Exemplary?Shoji, K.