Recent Submissions

  • Rolling with the punches 

    Carins, Julia; Rundle-Thiele, Sharyn; Stock, Christiane (How to Keep Your Research Project on Track: Insights from When Things Go Wrong, 2018)
    Much of our professional practice is underpinned by the cycle of planning. Most research projects require a plan to be set during the funding application process, which establishes expectations for colleagues working on ...
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  • Governing Plural Policing Provision: Legal Perspectives, Challenges and Ideas 

    Shearing, Clifford; Stenning, P (Comparative Policing from a Legal Perspective, 2018)
    It is, of course, not customary to begin a chapter with quotes from three authors. We have done so because the quoted passages epitomize so concisely a debate that has been going on among policing scholars and policy-makers ...
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  • Thriving on a Pale Blue Dot: Criminology and the Anthropocene 

    Holley, Cameron; Shearing, Clifford (Criminology and the Anthropocene, 2018)
    This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts covered in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book outlines some of the fundamental questions posed by the Anthropocene for criminology, and briefly summarises ...
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  • The tree of knowledge: sustainable management practices for a collaborative ecosystem amongst small to medium enterprises 

    Stewart, Heather; Gapp, Rod (RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON SMALL BUSINESS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES, 2018)
    In in this chapter we initially identify the need for a more specific language when discussing corporate social responsibility (CSR) within the small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME) context and adopt the term sustainable ...
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  • Carry On Nurse: A 'Tradition of Care' 

    Wilson, Joy; Metcalf, William (Brisbane: Training, Teaching and Turmoil tertiary education 1825-2018, 2018)
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  • The Evolution of Brisbane's Universities: ' To serve the people and not be a handmaid of the status QUO' 

    Metcalf, William (Brisbane: Training, Teaching and Turmoil tertiary education 1825-2018, 2018)
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  • Brisbane's Brave New World for Tertiary Education 

    Metcalf, William (Brisbane: Training, Teaching and Turmoil tertiary education 1825-2018, 2018)
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  • Physiological and musculoskeletal characteristics of the modern golfer 

    Horan, Sean (Routledge International Handbook of Golf Science, 2018)
    The game of golf has changed. Once a sport where successful performance was almost exclusively linked to technique, golf has evolved to include a heavy emphasis on the physicality and athleticism of the player. Rhetoric ...
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  • Excellence for all: inclusive teaching with a passion – a teaching excellence recognition scheme 

    Berry, Mike; Guest, Ross (Global Perspectives on Teaching Excellence: A new era for higher education, 2018)
    A locally developed teaching excellence recognition scheme in an Australian Business School is the focus of this chapter. Such schemes are not uncommon but Michael Berry and Ross Guest contend that universities have ...
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  • Employment relations and human resource management 

    Harney, brian; Dundon, Tony; Wilkinson, Adrian (The Routledge companion to employment relations, 2018)
    This chapter locates the emergence and significance of key intersections of human resource management (HRM) and employment relations (ER) in a threefold manner. First, the chapter traces the origins of HRM, highlighting ...
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  • Overview of Pillar IV: Community involvement and benefits 

    Tacon, Paul (Art on the Rocks, 2018)
    Aspects of Agnew et al.’s (2015) Pillar IV focuses discussion in this presentation: “This pillar of rock art conservation emphasizes the need to encourage appropriate and well-managed economic, social and cultural development ...
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  • Developments in Educational Leadership Research and Practice in Asia 

    Bryant, Darren; Walker, Allan (ROUTLEDGE INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK OF SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLING IN ASIA, 2018)
    This chapter focuses on understanding the knowledge base of the region and examines the diversity of educational leadership practice and research. Understanding educational leadership research across Asia presents a ...
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  • Sampling design in tourism and hospitality research 

    Teeroovengadum, Viraiyan; Nunkoo, Robin (HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH METHODS FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT, 2018)
    A researcher needs facts to answer the research questions posed in a study. Such facts are often collected through primary research. Data collection is therefore an important stage in any research, irrespective of the ...
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  • When the Truth Becomes Too Hard to Tell: Jocelyne Saab & Dunia (2005) 

    McVeigh, Kathryn (True Event Adaptation Scripting Real Lives, 2018)
    This chapter investigates how Lebanese former frontline journalist and documentary maker, Jocelyne Saab, explores truth and reality in her 2005 feature film, Dunia (Kiss Me Not on the Eyes). It traces how Saab, when faced ...
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  • On Legal Translation as a Practice and Discipline (in Chinese) 

    Cao, Deborah (Falu fanyi yanjiu (Legal Translation Studies), 2018)
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  • River Tourism in China 

    Buckley, Ralf; Winn, Travis; Li, Weiyi; Winn, Peter; Zhong, Linsheng (Managing Asian Destinations, 2018)
    Rivers attract tourists in China as elsewhere. There are four main types of river tourism in China: riverbank sightseeing, riverboats, river drifting (piaoliu ziyou or ziyou piao) and whitewater rafting (yeshui piaoliu or ...
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  • Modelling Water Quality to Support Lake Restoration 

    Lehmann, Moritz; Hamilton, David (Lake Restoration Handbook A New Zealand Perspective, 2018)
    Numerous applications of deterministic models have been used to support decision making in relation to lake restoration actions in New Zealand. The most widely used are one-dimensional, coupled hydrodynamic-ecological ...
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  • Less Geneva, More Jakarta: Assessing Australia’s Asia Pivot 

    O'Neil, Andrew (International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier ASEAN, Australia, and India, 2018)
    While attention has been devoted to the consequences of the US rebalance to Asia, Australia has sought to define its own regional pivot. Along with Japan, China and Indonesia are the most important countries in Asia for ...
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  • Context for Restoration 

    Quinn, John; Collier, Kevin; Howard-Williams, Clive; Hamilton, David (Lake Restoration Handbook A New Zealand Perspective, 2018)
    New Zealand has made significant contributions to scientific knowledge underpinning lake restoration work and to the development and testing of management tools. This introductory chapter provides an overview of the history, ...
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  • Applying Citizen Science to Freshwater Ecosystem Restoration 

    Peters, Monica; Hamilton, David; Eames, Chris (Lake Restoration Handbook A New Zealand Perspective, 2018)
    Interest in citizen science is growing globally as environmental degradation continues, information needs increase and value of stronger relationships between the science community and public is recognised. How community ...
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