• M-health and health promotion: the digital cyborg and surveillance society 

      Lupton, Deborah
      Published 2012-04-05
      The new mobile wireless computer technologies and social media applications using Web 2.0 platforms have recently received attention from those working in health promotion as a promising new way of achieving their goals ...
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      Article
    • Madame de Staël and the Transformation of European Politics, 1812–17 

      Sluga, Glenda
      Published 2014
      What place do women have in international history? This article approaches the chronic uncertainty surrounding this question through an examination of the role of one woman, Germaine de Staël (1766–1817), in the processes ...
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      Article
    • Mapping connections among activism interactional practices and presence in videoconferencing language learning 

      Carbajal-Carrera, B.
      Published 2021
      The pandemic-induced global shift to remote learning revealed that key elements of face-to-face learning fail to translate satisfactorily to the online environment. Among them, group interactions in videoconferencing ...
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    • Maritime archaeology in Vietnam: Australian involvement 

      Pearson, Natali
      Published 2016-01-01
      Open Access
      Article
    • Mary Shelley, Life of William Godwin 

      Shelley, Mary
      Published 1999
      Mary Shelley's Life of William Godwin is an incomplete biography of a major author of the Enlightenment by his daughter, a major Romantic author. The working title 'Life of William Godwin' was affixed some time ago by the ...
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      Book
    • Melaleuka : a history and description of New South Wales pidgin. 

      Troy, Jakelin Fleur
      Published 1994-01-01
      This thesis is about the genesis and development of the first Pidgin English in Australia, called here New South Wales Pidgin. It presents a detailed analysis of the history of the language and a diachronic analysis of ...
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      Thesis
    • The mental health status and approaches of accessing antenatal care information among pregnant women during COVID-19 epidemic:a cross-sectional study in China (Preprint) 

      Jiang, Hong; Jin, Longmei; Qian, Xu; Xiong, Xu; La, Xuena; Chen, Weiyi; Yang, Xiaoguang; Yang, Fengyun; Zhang, Xinwen; Abudukelimu, Nazhakaiti; Li, Xingying; Xie, Zhenyu; Zhu, Xiaoling; Zhang, Xiaohua; Zhang, Lifeng; Wang, Li; Li, Lingling
      Published 2021
      BACKGROUND: China was the first country in the world to experience a large-scale COVID-19 outbreak. The rapid spread of the disease and enforcement of public health measures has caused distress among vulnerable populations ...
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    • Mobile Technologies 

      Goggin, Gerard; Ling, Rich; Hjorth, Larissa
      Published 2015-04-16
      Table of Contents of Gerard Goggin, Rich Ling, and Larissa Hjorth, eds., Mobile Technologies: Major Works, 4 vols., Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies Series, New York: Routledge, 2015
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      Book
    • The model crisis, or how to have critical promiscuity in the time of Covid-19 

      Anderson, Warwick
      Published 2021
      During the past forty years, statistical modelling and simulation have come to frame perceptions of epidemic disease and to determine public health interventions that might limit or suppress the transmission of the causative ...
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    • Multicultural Health Translation, Interpreting and Communication 

      Ji, Meng; Taibi, Mustapha; Crezee, Ineke, H. M.
      Published 2019
      Multicultural Health Translation, Interpreting and Communication presents the latest research in health translation resource development and evaluation, community and professional health interpreting, and the communication ...
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      Book
    • “Must-Read” Mobile Technology Research: A Field Guide 

      Goggin, Gerard; Ling, Rich; Hjorth, Larissa
      Published 2015-01-01
      As research on mobile technologies has grown dramatically, and the field has matured, there is a need for a reference work to offer an accessible guide to this research; a “rough guide,” or map, to its contours. There is ...
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      Book chapter
    • National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic 

      Van Bavel, Jay J.; Cichocka, Aleksandra; Capraro, Valerio; Sjåstad, Hallgeir; Nezlek, John B.; Pavlovi, Tomislav; Alfano, Mark; Gelfand, Michele J.; Azevedo, Flavio; Birtel, Michèle D.; Cislak, Aleksandra; Lockwood, Patricia L.; Ross, Robert Malcolm; Abts, Koen; Agadullina, Elena; Aruta, John Jamir Benzon; Besharati, Sahba Nomvula; Bor, Alexander; Choma, Becky L.; Crabtree, Charles David; Cunningham, William A.; De, Koustav; Ejaz, Waqas; Elbaek, Christian T.; Findor, Andrej; Flichtentrei, Daniel; Franc, Renata; Gjoneska, Biljana; Gruber, June; Gualda, Estrella; Horiuchi, Yusaku; Huynh, Toan Luu Duc; Ibanez, Agustin; Imran, Mostak Ahamed; Israelashvili, Jacob; Jasko, Katarzyna; Kantorowicz, Jaroslaw; Kantorowicz-Reznichenko, Elena; Krouwel, André; Laakasuo, Michael; Lamm, Claus; Leygue, Caroline; Lin, Ming-Jen; Mansoor, Mohammad Sabbir; Marie, Antoine; Mayiwar, Lewend; Mazepus, Honorata; McHugh, Cillian; Minda, John Paul; Mitkidis, Panagiotis; Olsson, Andreas; Otterbring, Tobias; Packer, Dominic J.; Perry, Anat; Petersen, Michael Bang; Puthillam, Arathy; Riaño-Moreno, Julián C.; Rothmund, Tobias; Santamaría-García, Hernando; Schmid, Petra C.; Stoyanov, Drozdstoy; Tewari, Shruti; Todosijevi, Bojan; Tsakiris, Manos; Tung, Hans H.; Umbre, Radu G.; Vanags, Edmunds; Vlasceanu, Madalina; Vonasch, Andrew; Yucel, Meltem; Zhang, Yucheng; Abad, Mohcine; Adler, Eli; Akrawi, Narin; Mdarhri, Hamza Alaoui; Amara, Hanane; Amodio, David M.; Antazo, Benedict G.; Apps, Matthew; Ay, F. Ceren; Ba, Mouhamadou Hady; Barbosa, Sergio; Bastian, Brock; Berg, Anton; Bernal-Zárate, Maria P.; Bernstein, Michael; Biaek, Micha; Bilancini, Ennio; Bogatyreva, Natalia; Boncinelli, Leonardo; Booth, Jonathan E.; Borau, Sylvie; Buchel, Ondrej; Cameron, C. Daryl; Carvalho, Chrissie F.; Celadin, Tatiana; Cerami, Chiara; Chalise, Hom Nath; Cheng, Xiaojun; Cian, Luca; Cockcroft, Kate; Conway, Jane; Córdoba-Delgado, Mateo Andres; Crespi, Chiara; Crouzevialle, Marie; Cutler, Jo; Cypryaska, Marzena; Dabrowska, Justyna; Daniels, Michael A.; Davis, Victoria H.; Dayley, Pamala N.; Delouvee, Sylvain; Denkovski, Ognjan; Dezecache, Guillaume; Dhaliwal, Nathan A.; Diato, Alelie B.; Di Paolo, Roberto; Drosinou, Marianna; Dulleck, Uwe; Ekmanis, Jnis; Ertan, Arhan S.; Etienne, Tom W.; Farhana, Hapsa Hossain; Farkhari, Fahima; Farmer, Harry; Fenwick, Ali; Fidanovski, Kristijan; Flew, Terry; Fraser, Shona; Frempong, Raymond Boadi; Fugelsang, Jonathan A.; Gale, Jessica; Garcia-Navarro, E. Begoña; Garladinne, Prasad; Ghajjou, Oussama; Gkinopoulos, Theofilos; Gray, Kurt; Griffin, Siobhán M.; Gronfeldt, Bjarki; Gümren, Mert; Gurung, Ranju Lama; Halperin, Eran; Harris, Elizabeth; Herzon, Volo; Hruka, Matej; Huang, Guanxiong; Hudecek, Matthias F. C.; Isler, Ozan; Jangard, Simon; Jørgensen, Frederik J.; Kachanoff, Frank; Kahn, John; Dangol, Apsara Katuwal; Keudel, Oleksandra; Koppel, Lina; Koverola, Mika; Kubin, Emily; Kunnari, Anton; Kutiyski, Yordan; Laguna, Oscar; Leota, Josh; Lermer, Eva; Levy, Jonathan; Levy, Neil; Li, Chunyun; Long, Elizabeth U.; Longoni, Chiara; Magli, Marina; McCashin, Darragh; Metcalf, Alexander L.; Mikloui, Igor; El Mimouni, Soulaimane; Miura, Asako; Molina-Paredes, Juliana; Monroy-Fonseca, César; Morales-Marente, Elena; Moreau, David; Muda, Rafa; Myer, Annalisa; Nash, Kyle; Nesh-Nash, Tarik; Nitschke, Jonas P.; Nurse, Matthew S.; Ohtsubo, Yohsuke; Oldemburgo de Mello, Victoria; O'Madagain, Cathal; Onderco, Michal; Palacios-Galvez, M. Soledad; Palomäki, Jussi; Pan, Yafeng; Papp, Zsófia; Pärnamets, Philip; Paruzel-Czachura, Mariola; Pavlović, Zoran; Payán-Gómez, César; Perander, Silva; Pitman, Michael Mark; Prasad, Rajib; Pyrkosz-Pacyna, Joanna; Rathje, Steve; Raza, Ali; Rêgo, Gabriel G.; Rhee, Kasey; Robertson, Claire E.; Rodríguez-Pascual, Iván; Saikkonen, Teemu; Salvador-Ginez, Octavio; Sampaio, Waldir M.; Santi, Gaia C.; Santiago-Tovar, Natalia; Savage, David; Scheffer, Julian A.; Schönegger, Philipp; Schultner, David T.; Schutte, Enid M.; Scott, Andy; Sharma, Madhavi; Sharma, Pujan; Skali, Ahmed; Stadelmann, David; Stafford, Clara Alexandra; Stanojević, Dragan; Stefaniak, Anna; Sternisko, Anni; Stoica, Agustin; Stoyanova, Kristina K.; Strickland, Brent; Sundvall, Jukka; Thomas, Jeffrey P.; Tinghög, Gustav; Torgler, Benno; Traast, Iris J.; Tucciarelli, Raffaele; Tyrala, Michael; Ungson, Nick D.; Uysal, Mete S.; Van Lange, Paul A. M.; van Prooijen, Jan-Willem; van Rooy, Dirk; Västfjäll, Daniel; Verkoeijen, Peter; Vieira, Joana B.; von Sikorski, Christian; Walker, Alexander Cameron; Watermeyer, Jennifer; Wetter, Erik; Whillans, Ashley; Willardt, Robin; Wohl, Michael J. A.; Wójcik, Adrian Dominik; Wu, Kaidi; Yamada, Yuki; Yilmaz, Onurcan; Yogeeswaran, Kumar; Ziemer, Carolin-Theresa; Zwaan, Rolf A.; Boggio, Paulo S.
      Published 2022
      Changing collective behaviour and supporting non-pharmaceutical interventions is an important component in mitigating virus transmission during a pandemic. In a large international collaboration (Study 1, N=49,968 across ...
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    • Nationalism, the First World War, and sites of international memory 

      Sluga, Glenda
      Published 2016
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to restore the history of internationalism to our understanding of the legacy of the First World War, and the role of universities in that past. It begins by emphasising the war’s twin ...
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    • Natural Shocks and Marriage Markets: Fluctuations in Mehr and Dowry in Muslim Marriages 

      Chowdhury, Shyamal; Mallick, Debdulal; Chowdhury, Prabal Roy
      Published 2020
      We examine how mehr, a conditional payment from husbands to wives in the event of divorce, and dowry, a transfer from the bride's family to the groom at the time of marriage, have fluctuated in Bangladesh due to natural ...
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    • The nature of public opinion on social media in China 

      Nip, Joyce Y. M.
      Published 2017-06-05
      The political implications of the Internet on China has drawn much interest. Without an effective government system of grievance address, Chinese citizens have directed their complaints first to the news media and then ...
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      Presentation
    • Naval Shipwrecks in Indonesia 

      Pearson, Natali
      Published 2017-01-01
      This paper examines naval heritage in Indonesian waters, focusing on HMAS Perth (I) and other Allied vessels that sank in the Java Sea and the Sunda Strait in 1942, and argues for a re-consideration of what we understand ...
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      Conference paper
    • Networked Framing Between Source Posts and Their Reposts: An Analysis of Public Opinion On China's Microblogs 

      Nip, Joyce Y. M.; Fu, King-wa
      Published 2015-11-24
      Retweeting a post on a social media platform is a part of a process of growing significance through which public opinion formation takes place. A ‘retweet count’ on, say Twitter or weibo, can be taken as a measure of user ...
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      Article
    • New Beats Project Updated Redundancy Timeline 

      Zion, Lawrie; Dodd, Andrew; Marjoribanks, Timothy; O'Donnell, Penny; Ricketson, Matthew; Sherwood, Merryn; Winarnita, Monika; Harper, Robin
      Published 2017-08-21
      Document tabled by New Beats Project at public hearing of the Senate Select Committee on the Future of Public Interest Journalism on 21 August 2017 - Updated Redundancy Timeline
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      Working Paper
    • New Media and Youth Political Engagement 

      Chen, Peter John; Stilinovic, Milica
      Published 2020
      This article critically examines the role new media can play in the political engagement of young people in Australia. Moving away from “deficit” descriptions, which assert low levels of political engagement among young ...
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    • ‘New’ Histories of (Australian) Capitalism 

      Huf, Ben; Sluga, Glenda
      Published 2019
      In the decade since the Great Recession of 2007–08, ‘capitalism’ has re-emerged as a pervasive framework for understanding a world in momentous flux. Across the globe, a torrent of public-minded scholarship has debated the ...
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