• The Quiet Crisis of PhDs and COVID-19: Reaching the financial tipping point. 

      Johnson, Rebecca L.; Coleman, Ross A.; Batten, Nicole H.; Hallsworth, Djuna; Spencer, Emma E.
      Published 2020
      Before the COVID-19 crisis, existing high levels of financial concerns amongst PhD students increased their vulnerability to disruptive events. Impacts from the pandemic have increased their financial stress to the point ...
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    • The Quiet Crisis of PhDs and COVID-19: Reaching the financial tipping point. 

      Johnson, Rebecca L.; Coleman, Ross A.; Batten, Nicole H.; Hallsworth, Djuna; Spencer, Emma E.
      Published 2020
      Before the COVID-19 crisis, existing high levels of financial concerns amongst PhD students increased their vulnerability to disruptive events. Impacts from the pandemic have increased their financial stress to the point ...
      Preprint
    • RAAF P-40 Kittyhawk accident data 

      Hobbins, Peter; Roberts-Pedersen, Elizabeth; Sun, Chao; Signorelli, Laura
      Published 2019-02-19
      This dataset comprises information based on preliminary reports for 601 accidents involving Royal Australian Air Force Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk fighter aircraft over 1942-1946. Based primarily on World War II documents held ...
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      Dataset
    • Rationality and Synchronic Identity 

      Hedden, Brian
      Published 2019
      Many requirements of rationality rely for their application on facts about identity at a time. Take the requirement not to have contradictory beliefs. It is irrational if a single agent believes P and believes ¬P, but it ...
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    • Re-Orienting Global Digital Cultures 

      Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2015-07-31
      This chapter reflects on the Asian perspectives on digital culture offered in this volume. It provides a context for understanding this latest “Asian” turn in theorizing and researching digital cultures. It argues that the ...
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      Book chapter
    • The reactivated bike: Self-reported cycling activity during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in Australia 

      Fuller, G.; McGuinness, K.; Waitt, G.; Buchanan, I.; Lea, T.
      Published 2021
      Highlights • 63% of respondents say they increased cycling during COVID-19 restrictions. • Recreational cycling has increased significantly, while there has been a significant decrease in commuter riding. • ...
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    • Reasons, Coherence, and Group Rationality 

      Hedden, Brian
      Published 2019
      If groups can have beliefs and other attitudes of their own, what determines which such attitudes the group rationally ought to have? A widespread presupposition is that group-level beliefs should be a function of the ...
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    • Rebuilding Shakespeare’s theatre (and how to show your workings) 

      Fitzpatrick, Tim
      Published 2008-10-08
      This is an attempt to use—and assess the usefulness of—PowerPoint as a means of presenting research which involves a high degree of visual imaging. Working from the only available 17 th century sketch of Shakespeare’s ...
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      Presentation
    • References to e-texts in academic publications 

      Sukovic, Suzana
      Published 2009-01-01
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore roles of electronic texts (e-texts) in research enquiry in literary and historical studies, and to deepen the understanding of the nature of scholars’ engagement with e-texts ...
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      Article
    • Reflections on COVID-19 in Sydney, Australia 

      Peters, Robbie
      Published 2020
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    • Reimagining Digital Citizenship via Disability 

      Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2016-10-31
      In recent times, disability has gained prominence as an important arena of social justice, politics, and citizenship. This applies also to digital technologies and cultures, where “acts of citizenship” are increasingly ...
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      Book chapter
    • Reimagining the Good Life with Disability: Communication, New Technology, and Humane Connections 

      Alper, Meryl; Ellcessor, Elizabeth; Ellis, Katie; Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2015-04-28
      Many deeply cherished notions of “the good life” are based on limiting notions of humans, things, and their environment. In particular, “the good life” is often imagined as a realm beyond illness, impairment, and especially, ...
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      Book chapter
    • Reimagining the new pedagogical possibilities for universities post-Covid-19: An EPAT Collective Project 

      Peters, M.A.; Rizvi, F.; McCulloch, G.; Gibbs, P.; Gorur, R.; Hong, M.; Hwang, Y.; Zipin, L.; Brennan, M.; Robertson, S.; Quay, J.; Malbon, J.; Taglietti, D.; Barnett, R.; Chengbing, W.; McLaren, P.; Apple, R.; Papastephanou, M.; Burbules, N.; Jackson, L.; Jalote, P.; Kalantzis, M.; Cope, B.; Fataar, A.; Conroy, J.; Misiaszek, G.; Biesta, G.; Jandri, P.; Choo, S.; Apple, M.; Stone, L.; Tierney, R.; Tesar, M.; Besley, T.; Peters, M.A.; Rizvi, F.; McCulloch, G.; Gibbs, P.; Gorur, R.; Brennan, M.; Hwang, Y.; Robertson, S.; Quay, J.; Hwang, Y.; Taglietti, D.; Barnett, R.; Chengbing, W.; Papastephanou, M.; McLaren, P.; Apple, R.D.; Burbules, N.C.; Jalote, P.; Jackson, L.; Cope, B.; Fataar, A.; Conroy, J.; Biesta G.; Misiaszek, G.; Choo, S.S.; Jandri, P.; Stone, L.; Apple, M.W.; Tierney, R.J.; Tesar, M.; Besley, T.; Peters, M.A.; Misiaszek, L.
      Published 2020
      Our minds are still racing back and forth, longing for a return to ‘normality’, trying to stitch our future to our past and refusing to acknowledge the rupture. But the rupture exists. And in the midst of this terrible ...
      Article
    • Relational Clauses in English Technical Discourse: Patterns of Verb Choice 

      Harvey, Arlene
      Published 2001-12-01
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    • Remembering Anne Dunn (1950 - 2012) 

      O'Donnell, Penny; Martin, Fiona; Dunn, Peter
      Published 2012-07-01
      When Ian Richards asked for a tribute to our extraordinary colleague, Anne Dunn, who passed away on July 1, 2012, after a long illness, it was hard to know where to begin. This is a very difficult farewell. Anne always ...
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      Article
    • Rent and crisis: Old housing problems require a new state of exception in Australia 

      Maalsen, Sophia; Rogers, Dallas; Ross, Leo Patterson
      Published 2020
      The coronavirus pandemic is opening up a space for housing advocates and scholars to push for reforms to the private rental sector. Yet, we argue the Australian government has shown little commitment to addressing long-term, ...
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    • Replies to Döring and Eker, Snedegar and Lenman 

      Hedden, Brian
      Published 2017
      In their contributions to this symposium, D¨oring and Eker, Snedegar, and Lenman advance a variety of objections to the time-slice-centric theory of rationality I defend in Reasons without Persons. I am grateful for their ...
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    • Return of the regulatory state: A stakeholder analysis of Australia’s Digital Platforms Inquiry and online news policy 

      Flew, Terry; Gillett, Rosalie; Martin, Fiona; Sunman, Lucy
      Published 2021
      In this paper, we undertake a stakeholder analysis of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s Digital Platforms Inquiry to understand the nature and influence of different forms of public input. Our findings ...
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      Article
    • Review of " Mission to China: How an Englishman Brought the West to the Orient" 

      Stenberg, Josh
      Published 2017
      Review of " Mission to China: How an Englishman Brought the West to the Orient"
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    • Review of "Contemporary Taiwanese women writers: An Anthology" 

      Stenberg, Josh
      Published 2018
      Review of "Contemporary Taiwanese women writers: An Anthology"
      Article