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    • S T Lee Lecture 2009 

      Pang, Tikki; Magnusson, Roger (2014-07-22)
    • The 'S' Word: The Spectre of Syphilis within Middle-Class Marriage in Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain 

      Hanley, Anne (2009)
      The years between 1870 and 1914 witnessed profound shifts in the medical understanding of, social responses to, and cultural representations of syphilis and its sufferers. Prostitutes had traditionally been recognised as ...
    • S.O.C.I.A.L. - Emergent Enterprise Social Networking Use Cases: A Multi Case Study Comparison 

      Riemer, Kai; Richter, Alexander (2012-12-12)
      Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) is a relatively new phenomenon. It refers to the application of Internet platforms for relationship building and short message exchanges in the context of workplace communication. While ...
    • Sacred Heritage Making in Confucius’ Hometown: A Case of the Liangguan Site 

      Qin, Bailan (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Languages and Cultures Department of Chinese Studies, 2018-08-01)
      For over two thousand years, Qufu – the hometown of Confucius – has maintained numerous heritage sites where ancient Chinese elites revered Confucius and studied Confucianism. The sites, known as sacred places, have been ...
    • Sacred–Political Imagery in Fifteenth-Century Florence 

      Blake, Katharine Frances (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts, 2019-06-21)
      This thesis offers a new context for understanding three of Donatello’s statues—the marble David c.1408–12, and the bronzes of David and Judith, c.1450s. By weaving together art history, religious history, classical ...
    • SafeGrowth and City Crime Workshop 

      Clancey, Garner; Malloch, Anne (2011-02-17)
      The Sydney Institute of Criminology hosted a one-day workshop on 24 January 2011 focusing on crime in cities. This conference, SafeGrowth and City Crime - Co-Design, Eco-Parks, Funky Laneways and Fixing Deadzones, was ...
    • The Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage: Law and Policy - A case study of Angkor 

      Lloyd, Georgina (University of Sydney. Faculty of Law, 2009-08)
      Intangible cultural heritage (ICH) is a relatively recent addition to the corpus of international heritage law. Traditional conservation theory, which is the foundation of heritage law, has long delineated heritage only ...
    • Safeguarding resettlement: global expectations and local experiences in Cambodia 

      Connell, Jessie Beatrice Winkworth (University of Sydney Faculty of Science School of Geosciences, 2015-12-09)
      Planned community relocation or “resettlement” is not new, however the contexts in which people are being relocated and the safeguards in place to protect them are changing. Multilateral development banks are under competing ...
    • Safety and productivity in the long distance trucking industry 

      Hensher, David A.; Daniels, Rhonda; Battellino, Helen (1992)
      Media attention to truck safety in recent years has highlighted the lack of scientific evidence on the real causes of heavy vehicle crashes. The paper examines the hypothesis that the underlying causes of unsafe on-road ...
    • Safety of Intravitreal Therapies 

      Salem, Wedad Saleh Mohamed (University of Sydney Sydney Medical School Discipline of Clinical Ophthalmology and Eye Health, 2015-06-17)
      Purpose: To study the safety of intravitreal drug injections used to treat macular eye diseases. Methods: This thesis is based on results from two clinical trials, the BEVORDEX study, a phase II, multicentre, randomised ...
    • Sailing on Glory : A poetical palimpsest of the passenger craft of Sydney Harbour 1788-1932 

      Merlyn, Teri (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Letters, Art and Media, 2015-08)
      The story of the passenger craft of Sydney Harbour, from First Fleet arrival in 1788 until the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932, encapsulates a unique historical era. Apart from the growing colony’s high dependence of on water ...
    • Saints and the world in four late medieval British saint plays 

      McKeown, Ailish Marie (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Letters, Art and Media Department of English, 2014)
      This thesis examines the four surviving medieval British saint plays, the East Anglian Digby Mary Magdalene and Conversion of Saint Paul, and the Cornish plays Beunans Meriasek and Bewnans Ke. With reference to Walter ...
    • Salen-based Metal Complexes in Solid State Materials as a Platform for the Capture and Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 

      Solomon, Marcello (University of Sydney Faculty of Science School of Chemistry, 2016-12-02)
      Since the industrial revolution, the consumption of fossil fuels has been rapidly increasing to cater for the needs of an ever growing world population. The annual 30 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide released into the ...
    • Saliency-Based Lesion Segmentation Via Background Detection in Dermoscopic Images 

      Ahn, Euijoon; Kim, Jinman; Bi, Lei; Kumar, Ashnil; Li, Changyang; Fulham, Michael; Feng, Dagan (IEEE, 2017-01-16)
    • Salinity Research Workshop Report 

      van der Lely, A; Beecher, G (2005-10-19)
      The CRC for Sustainable Rice Production Management Committee questioned whether the CRC Strategic Plan sufficiently addressed the problem of salinity, (and whether the current portfolio of salinity-related research ...
    • Salivary flow and dental health 

      D'Souza, Marion (1991)
    • Salivary gland dysfunction and xerostomia 

      Smith, Graydon Charles (University of Sydney Faculty of Dentistry, 1980)
      This work was digitised and made available on open access by the University of Sydney, Faculty of Dentistry and Sydney eScholarship . It may only be used for the purposes of research and study. Where possible, the Faculty ...
    • Salt intake reduction efforts: advances and challenges 

      Isma'eel, H; Schoenhagen, P; Webster, J (Cardiovascular Diagnosis & Therapy, 2015-06)
      The articles in this special issue of Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Therapy describe the efforts to reduce salt intake in different parts of the world, including South America, Africa, the Middle East, the Far East (China ...
    • Salt reduction in Australia: from advocacy to action 

      Webster, J; Trieu, K; Dunford, E; Nowson, C; Jolly, KA; Greenland, R; Reimers, J; Bolam, B (Cardiovascular Diagnosis & Therapy, 2015-06)
      Background: As part of its endorsement of the World Health Organization’s Global Action Plan to prevent non-communicable diseases, the Federal Government of Australia has committed to a 30% reduction in average population ...
    • Salt water, fresh water and Yawuru social organisation 

      Sullivan, Patrick (Sydney University Press, 2014-02-19)