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    • W.B. Yeats: Searching for a National Identity through the Ritual of Theatre 

      Barraclough, Penelope (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Literature, Art and Media Department of English, 2015)
      W.B. Yeats was a leading figure in the Irish Literary Revival, a movement which set out to promote Irish literature in an attempt to create a sense of national pride and identity amongst its people. As part of this movement, ...
    • Wagner and the Little Balletmaster That Could 

      Ginters, Laura (2008-06-17)
      Theatre history accounts of the nineteenth-century always throw up the names of two geniuses of the German theatre who made significant reforms to the theatre of their day: Richard Wagner and the Duke of Saxe-Meiningen. ...
    • Wah Wah - DAS 2014 Lab Report 2 

      Marion, Jean Guy Bruno (2014-05-30)
      Wah Wah effect with variable input

      Gunaydin, Eda; Portal, Lara (Nom de plume) (2015)
    • The waiting weapons 

      Unknown author (1962-06-25)
    • Walakandha Wangga 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda; Ford, Lysbeth (Sydney University Press, 2016-11-01)
      For the last 40 years or so, the Walakandha wangga, a repertory composed collaboratively by a number of Marri Tjavin singers, has been the most prominent wangga performed in Wadeye. Initiated in the mid-1960s by Stan ...
    • Walkabout : an asynchronous messaging architecture for mobile devices 

      Hudson, Adam (University of Sydney. aculty of Engineering and Information Technologies. School of Information Technologies, 2008)
      Modern mobile devices are prolific producers and consumers of digital data, and wireless networking capabilities enable them to transfer their data over the Internet while moving. Applications running on these devices ...

      Reynolds Walsh, Lexie; Xian, Tingsen; Levinson, David (2018-09-13)
      By testing the walking speed of groups of pedestrians and of phone users, followers of groups and of phone users, and of people uninfluenced by phone users and groups, from different sites it could been seen that groups ...
    • Walking as a Transport Mode 

      Wigan, Marcus (1994-04)
      Walking is viewed from many different perspectives, but lacks both informed advocacy groups and a unified policy treatment. As a result, the weight given to pedestrian movements is inconsistent, and an appropriate view ...
    • Walking the tightrope: communicating overdiagnosis in modern healthcare 

      McCaffery, K; Jansen, J; Scherer, L; Thornton, H; Hersch, J; Carter, SM; Barratt, A; Sheridan, S; Moynihan, R; Waller, J; Pickles, K; Edwards, A (BMJ Publishing Group, 2016)
      Overdiagnosis and overtreatment have serious implications for individuals, healthcare systems, and society,1 2 and effective strategies are urgently needed to help the public, clinicians, and policy makers address this ...
    • Walking to Work in Sydney: Analysis of Journey-to-work Census Data from 2001 and 2011 

      Zander, Alexis; Rissel, Chris; Rogers, Kris; Bauman, Adrian (2013-05-21)
      Walking is the most popular physical activity in Australia, and it is safe and suitable for a broad range of people. Walking to work is one way to incorporate physical activity into the daily routine, and is therefore ...
    • The Walking Wounded calls for a rethink of what we most value 

      Komesaroff, P; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W (The Conversation, 2014-05-27)
      Starting with Karl Marx, many thinkers have pointed out that the creative potential of the capitalist economic system comes at a cost – the lack of inherent ethical scruples to limit the inexorable logic of profit and ...
    • Walls in the desert: fortified enclosures, urbanism and settlement in the ancient Central Asian oasis of Khorezm 

      Negus Cleary, Michelle (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry Department of Archaeology, 2014)
      The fortified enclosures of Late Iron Age/Antique Khorezm (Chorasmia) (7th/6th century BCE–4th century CE) have been characterised by previous scholars as the urban centres of a centralised, agricultural state, yet there ...
    • Walls of Iron: Nineteenth Century Prefabricated Iron Buildings in Australia 

      Ainge, Judith Alison (University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, 2016-12-12)
      This thesis explores the relationship between nineteenth century prefabricated iron buildings and the unique conditions that facilitated their use in Australian colonies. Nineteenth century prefabricated iron buildings ...
    • Wan nes nomo - Place & access to primary care in rural Vanuatu 

      Petrou, Kirstie (2009)
      This thesis seeks to examine access to health care in rural Vanuatu. Health1 has long been recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a fundamental human right, yet disparities persist in health status throughout ...
    • Wangga: Songs of North Australia 

      Browne, Gary; Christensen, Sten; Coleman, Ross; Marret, Allan; Barwick, Linda (2008-05-01)
      The Wangga Project incorporates field work from Northern Australia in the form of music and dance audio and video recordings and technical and cultural analysis, aiming to present these data in a multimedia website.
    • WANMA: The Western Australian New Music Archive 

      Hope, Cat; MacKinney, Lisa; Green, Lelia; Mahoney, Tos (2013)
      In 2013, Edith Cowan University partnered with The State Library of Western Australia, The National Library of Australia, Western Australian music advocacy body Tura New Music, The National Library of Australia and ABC ...
    • Want to help small businesses? Bring on Taxmageddon 

      Babones, Salvatore (Truthout, 2012-11-23)
    • ‘The war is a money making show’: Working-Class Attitudes to World War II and Australian Nationalism 

      Jenvey, Lian (Business and Labour History Group, The University of Sydney, 2010-12)
      This paper will address the conference themes of ‘class, power and social structure’ through examining industrial and ideological conflict during World War II. The paper will also address the theme of ‘class and culture’ ...
    • Wartime Internment: Family, memory and history 

      Pulvirenti, Anton (University of Sydney Sydney College of the Arts, 2013-06-07)
      This thesis investigates the wartime internment of my paternal grandfather Angelo Pulvirenti, interned in Australia during the Second World War. It investigates his internment in three ways. Firstly, Angelo’s internment ...