Recent Submissions

  • Public health pedagogy and technology as a mode of existence 

    Williams, Benjamin; Lee, Jessica (Social Theory and Health Education Forging New Insights in Research, 2020)
    Bruno Latour is one of the most influential thinkers of our time. A prolific author, he has produced a large body of work on a diverse array of topics. The ideas presented in these works have been taken up by scholars ...
  • Renewal of the LLB transition curriculum for the new quality regime 

    Galloway, Kathrine; Collins, Pauline; Corbett-Jarvis, Nichola; Schillmoller, Anne; Shircore, Mandy; Thiriet, Dominique; Bradshaw, Rachel (The First-Year Law Experience: a new beginning, 2014)
    This chapter provides an overview of the internal and external processes adopted by a regional law school for renewal of first-year curriculum. Within this process, attention is given to the new discipline standards and ...
  • Depictions of eagles, hawks and owls in the rock art of Australia 

    Tacon, Paul (Raptor on the fist: falconry, its imagery and similar motifs throughout the millennia on a global scale, 2020)
    After a brief introduction to Australian rock art depictions of raptors are reviewed. Images of birds are relatively rare at Australian rock art sites, in comparison to macropods, fish, reptiles and other creatures and ...
  • Policing Muslim Communities: The importance of procedural justice in communication and engagement activities 

    Murphy, Kristina (The Rowman & Littlefield Handbook of Policing, Communication, and Society, 2021)
    In recent decades, many countries around the world have faced an increase in ‘home-grown’ terrorism. While home-grown terrorist acts can be perpetrated by anyone, in countries like the United States, Canada, Australia and ...
  • Notebooks 

    Yeo, Richard (Information: A Historical Companion, 2021)
    Clear, accessible, and authoritative, the book opens with a series of articles that provide a narrative history of information from premodern practices to twenty-first-century information culture.
  • Media Multitasking and Task-Switching Performance for Affective and Non-Affective Decisions 

    Murphy, Karen; Brandon, Kirrilee; Lee, Mindy (Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 139, 2020)
  • Conventional and Biotechnological Approaches for Targeted Trait Improvement in Lentil 

    Gupta, Dorin; Dadu, Rama Harinath; Sambasivam, Prabhakaran; Bar, Ido; Azad, Mahsa; Beera, Navya; Ford, Rebecca; Biju, Sajitha (Accelerated Plant Breeding, Volume 3, 2020)
    Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) is an important cool-season food crop grown in various parts of the world as it offers ecological, environmental value and nutritional security. To sustain food production for future generations, ...
  • Weaving our Narratives: Amplifying the Social Echo of Restorative Justice through the Arts 

    Morrison, Brenda; Woodland, Sarah; Saunders, Vicki; Barclay, Leah; Beetson, Bianca (Arte en Prisión: Justicia Restaurativa a Través de Proyectos Artísticos y Narrativos, 2020)
  • Sustainability Competences and Pedagogical Approaches at Griffith University 

    Caldera, Helessage; Desha, Cheryl; Hales, Rob (Developing Sustainability Competences Through Pedagogical Approaches, 2021)
    Griffith University was founded in 1971 as a Higher Education Institution (HEI) to introduce Australia’s first degrees in environmental science and Asian studies. It has 50,000 students and 4,000 staff members across its ...
  • Data Visualisation Prototypes for Problem Definition in the Design of Accessible Transport Solutions 

    Moug, V; Hwang, I (Advancing a Design Approach to Enriching Public Mobility, 2021)
    Public transport is a challenging environment for both passenger and operator. The operation of large networks carries expectation of timely delivery of passenger-oriented services. With numerous stakeholders such as ...
  • Chinese Buddhist Philanthropy 

    Schak, David (Exploring the Life and Teachings of Mahayana Buddhists in Asia, 2020)
    Compassion and the imperative to be charitable to others are basic tenets of Buddhism. However, this does not mean that the act of giving was uniform throughout the Buddhist world or under all social and political conditions. ...
  • Media and crime 

    Wood, William (An Introduction to Crime and Criminology, 2015)
    “Don’t go letting that sociology degree get you killed.” This line comes out of the mouth of the hard-edged cop, Dirty Harry, in the film by the same name (1971). Played by Clint Eastwood, Dirty Harry is constantly getting ...
  • A review of the use of special measures for complainants’ evidence at trial 

    Powell, Martine; Pichler, Anne-Sophie; Goodman-Delahunty, Jane; Sharman, Stefanie; Westera, Nina (Child Sexual Abuse Forensic Issues in Evidence, Impact, and Management, 2020)
    Special measures are alternative modes of evidence presentation by vulnerable witnesses, such as child and adult complainants in child sexual assault (CSA) cases. They include closed-circuit television (CCTV) and prerecorded ...
  • An overview of best practice investigative interviewing of child witnesses of sexual assault 

    Powell, Martine; Brubacher, Sonja; Benson, Mairi; Goodman-Delahunty, Jane; Westera, Nina (Child Sexual Abuse: Forensic Issues in Evidence, Impact, and Management, 2020)
    A properly conducted forensic interview has the greatest chance of eliciting a complete and accurate account from children about their experiences. We review the features of best practice interviews within the framework ...
  • Allied health education: Current and future trends 

    Bissett, Michelle; Tuttle, Neil; Cardell, Elizabeth (Clinical Education for the Health Professions: Theory and Practice, 2021)
    Allied health is a term used to describe a wide range of health professions which provide care alongside medicine and nursing. This chapter defines allied health before describing key elements of university-delivered allied ...
  • Punitive Populism 

    Wood, William (The Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology, 2014)
    Punitive populism refers to the idea that public support for more severe criminal justice policies (most specifically incarceration) has become a primary driver of policy making, as well as of political election cycles, ...
  • Socially Sustainable Globalization? The Domestic Politics of Globalization in Australia 

    Conley, Thomas (Challenges of Globalization and Prospects for an Inter-civilizational World Order, 2020)
    The chapter has two major aims. The first is to outline the broad trajectory of the globalisation of the Australian political economy since the 1980s and consider its relationship to social outcomes. The second is to ...
  • Affirm–Apply–Advance: Transitioning Undergraduate Students through their Theory-into-practice Journey 

    Bissett, Michelle; Roberts, Melanie (Teaching and Learning Innovations in Higher Education, 2021)
    This book showcases transformative, theory-informed innovations in teaching and learning in higher education.
  • Widening participation in service learning 

    Valencia-Forrester, Faith; Bachaus, Bridget (International perspectives in social justice programs at the institutional and community levels, 2021)
    Work-integrated learning (WIL) and service learning are widespread approaches to experiential, practice-based learning in Australia. Both are associated with extensive bodies of research that support their benefits to ...
  • Optional Choice of Court Agreements in Private International Law: General Report 

    Keyes, Mary (Optional Choice of Court Agreements in Private International Law, 2020)
    The law in relation to choice of court agreements has developed significantly in recent years, but most of this development has concerned exclusive choice of court agreements. Optional choice of court agreements have not ...

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