Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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(Applied Linguistics Review, 2018)In globalized times, high mobility has complicated the meanings of allegiance to place, creating a need for a critical awareness of place identity. Although place identity has made important contributions to the social ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Difference of purpose: The usage of railway accounts in Victoria and Queensland (1880-1900), a comparative study (Accounting History, 2018)In both the New and Old Worlds, the railways were invariably the largest business enterprises of the nineteenth century in terms of both employment and capitalisation. This article explores whether Australia’s railroads ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Effectiveness of social marketing interventions to promote physical activity among adults: A systematic review (Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 2016)BACKGROUND: Social marketing managers promote desired behaviors to an audience by making them tangible in the form of environmental opportunities to enhance benefits and reduce barriers. This study proposed "benchmarks," ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Comparing promoter and employee attributions for the causes of firm failure: the case of an Indian petrochemical company (International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2012)The central question this study addressed was why did an Indian petrochemical company fail? We employed the attribution theory to compare attributions for corporate failure at three levels: employees versus promoters, top ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Comparing and prioritizing the factors affecting purchase decisions in innovation adoption in a post-secondary educational setting (Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations, 2012)This study explores the factors influencing the purchase decision in innovation adoption in the public sector. Qualitative data, using in-depth, semi-structured interviews were gathered from IT professionals at a post-secondary ...JOURNAL ARTICLE