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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 13 of 13
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2009Cinéma Vérité? Australian Film, Young Lebanese-Australian Men, and the Performance of IdentityThompson, Lisa; Department of Sociology and Social Policy
2009A Generational Approach to Modelling Youth’s Engagement in PoliticsSuchowerska, Roksolana; Department of Sociology and Social Policy
2009Sorting Out Autism Spectrum Disorders: Evidence-Based Medicine and the Complexities of the Clinical EncounterLenne, Brydan Sarah; Department of Sociology and Social Policy
2009Do neo-liberal ideologies disadvantage those with mental illness within the Australian mental health care system?Yeoman, Sara; Department of Sociology and Social Policy
2009Awakening the latent entrepreneur or fulfilling society’s responsibility: Individualisation of funding for support services for people with disabilityThaler, Ofir; Department of Sociology and Social Policy
2010Where there’s smoke, there’s more smoke: The social settings and friendship interactions that encourage young adults to smoke cigarettesRobilliard, Georgina; Sociology and Social Policy
2010Deliberation and the Norm of ParticipationMcBride, Aimee; Sociology and Social Policy
2010FIGHTING FOR YOUR RITES: A STUDY OF RITUAL DYNAMICS IN JUDOWang, David; Sociology and Social Policy
2010Changing spaces, changing faces: The shifting behaviour, performativity and identification of gay and lesbian individuals between different social spacesKapeleris, Aphrodite; Sociology and Social Policy
2010The disintermediation of the furniture supply chain: Chinese immigrant entrepreneurs at the global-local nexusLee, Frederick William; Sociology and Social Policy
2010Media Discourse and the “Truths” of Gender, Culture and ViolenceBarnard, Merryn; Sociology and Social Policy
2010Neoliberalism as an Organising Principle for Society: Is There Really No Alernative?Holland, Ben; Sociology and Social Policy
2010“How cavemen did social media”: A comparative case study of social movement organisations using Twitter to mobilise on climate changeCampbell, Andrew; Sociology and Social Policy
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 13 of 13