Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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(2019-10-30)The mass displacement of refugees that occurred following the Second World War was the largest refugee crisis the world had ever experienced. The resettlement of these Displaced Persons (DPs) and families was a complex ...GRIFFITH THESIS
(Australian Army Journal, 2013)Sex, gender and sexuality have always been the subject of lively debates within and around the military - from the age-old problem of the on and off-duty sexual behaviour of servicemen to the more recent process of creating ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(2019-10-28)Biomedical studies of chronic diseases often involve the observations of multiple failure times related to recurrent clinical events. Examples include, sequence of epileptic seizures in neurology studies, repeated attacks ...GRIFFITH THESIS
The Lived Experience of Acquiring Life Skills with Congenital Total Blindness: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (2019-10-28)In 1996, Dr Phil Hatlen an internationally renowned educator of students with visual impairments, observed that young people with congenital total blindness (CTB) face poor quality of life outcomes in adulthood, when ...GRIFFITH THESIS
(Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 2013)Target date funds provide a simple, automated approach to retirement savings in defined contribution plans. The passing of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 has seen an increase in the popularity of these funds in the ...JOURNAL ARTICLE