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Reframing Conceptions of Contemporary Literacy Capabilities in Pre-Service Primary Teacher Education (Literacy Enrichment and Technology Integration in Pre-Service Teacher Education, 2014)This chapter describes the challenges of integrating new technologies with literacy education in pre-service primary teacher education in Australia. The authors describe the policy context and regulatory mechanisms controlling ...BOOK CHAPTER
A Critical Examination of the Debt-to-GDP Ratio and Its Implications for Policy-Making in Selected OECD Eonomies, Between 1995 and 2015 (2018-07)The debt-to-GDP ratio is the most reported debt index by institutional, and the predominantly quantitative literature on sovereign debt relies heavily on the GDP-ratio, as it allows for cross-country analysis and ...GRIFFITH THESIS
(2018-03-14)This research investigates whether a program utilising a full commercial marketing mix (4P) is more effective than a program using a promotion-only approach in increasing fruit and vegetable (FV) intake of children. ...GRIFFITH THESIS
Testing conservation applications for environmental DNA techniques through field surveys of presence, richness and assemblage of lotic biodiversity (2018-02)“Each year at the season of the falling of the waters, the people living in the vicinity of the Golden Basin, the home of the Pla Buk [Mekong giant catfish, Pangasianodon gigas], join together for the purpose of catching ...GRIFFITH THESIS
"Who am I if my Brain Has Changed?": Changes to Self-Identity after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury and the Relationship to Neurocognitive, Psychological and Social/Occupational Factors (2018-06)Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a sudden, unexpected neurological event that can change an individual’s life course. Changes to self-identity or self-discrepancy between one’s pre-injury and post-injury selves is commonly ...GRIFFITH THESIS