Recent Submissions

  • Exploring Educator Leadership Practices in Gifted Education to Facilitate Online Learning Experiences for (Re)Engaging Gifted Students 

    Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle; Neumann, M (Gifted Education, Creativity and Leadership Development, 2022)
    This article draws on case study findings of educator leadership in an online gifted education school, which emerged from a larger study exploring online engagement practices used by specialist gifted education teachers ...
  • Equity and Access to Services for Children with Language Difficulties: from Part Three - Impact, Intervention and Equity 

    Reilly, Sheena; Law, James; Conway, Maya; Krahe, Michelle (Language Development Individual Differences in a Social Context, 2022)
    Care injustice, sometimes termed the ‘postcode lottery’ arises when individuals cannot access services simply because of where they reside. The distribution and access to health and education services for children with ...
  • Chapter 8 - Temporal trends in metabolite profiles correspond with seasonal patterns of temperature and rainfall during field-scale ecotoxicology assessment 

    Melvin, Steven; Lanctot, Chantal; Doriean, nicholas; Bennett, William; Carroll, Anthony (Applied Environmental Metabolomics: Community Insights and Guidance from the Field, 2022)
    The multiparameter nature of metabolomics data offers sensitivity paired with a potential to unravel the mechanistic basis of toxicological stress. However, sensitive multiparameter analyses may be susceptible to confounding ...
  • Urban water policy in a drying continent 

    Gaynor, Andrea; Cook, Margaret; Frost, Lionel; Gregory, Jenny; Morgan, Ruth; Shanahan, Martin; Spearritt, Peter (Lessons from History: Leading historians tackle Australia's greatest challenges, 2022)
  • Intoduction 

    McKinnon, Scott; Cook, Margaret (Disasters in Australia and New Zealand: Historical Approaches to Understanding Catastrophe, 2020)
    Despite the extraordinary impacts of disasters on life in Australia and New Zealand, their historiography remains surprisingly limited. In this introductory chapter, McKinnon and Cook review the existing literature on past ...
  • “Shaken but Not Stirred”: The Aftermath of Urban Disasters 

    Cook, Margaret (Disasters in Australia and New Zealand: Historical Approaches to Understanding Catastrophe, 2020)
    Disasters, as transformative environmental forces, challenge human perceptions of identity, belonging and control. This chapter concentrates on the aftermath of two specific urban disasters—the 1989 Newcastle earthquake ...
  • Ten Years on: Brisbane’s Compounding Flood Risk 

    Cook, Margaret; Harrison, Ella (Complex Disasters: Compounding, Cascading, and Protracted, 2022)
    It is over 10 years since Brisbane experienced the devastating 2011 flood. Reaching 4.46 m AHD in the Central Business District (CBD) at its peak, the flood was estimated as equivalent to a 1 in 100 (1%) Annual Exceedance ...
  • Wine tourism and gastronomy: A natural partnership in regional development 

    Pratt, Marlene; Carlini, Joan (The Routledge Handbook of Gastronomic Tourism, 2019)
    The image of wine has developed into one of a lifestyle product, and correspondingly, there is an increasing trend where wine tourism is viewed as a personalized encounter where travelers can experience culture, lifestyle, ...
  • Gendered narrative experiences of women in academia 

    Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle; Neumann, M; Manakil, Jane; Pickard-Smith, K (Academic Women: Voicing Narratives of Gendered Experiences, 2023)
    Chapter 1 unpacks and defines concepts and perceptions of gendered women’s experiences in academia (framing around the work of Kaufman 2018, and others: Burke 2021; Cordova and Knecht 2019; Mirza 2014; Vaiou 2018). Here ...
  • Cogent themes from women’s gendered experiences in academia 

    Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle; Pickard-Smith, K; Neumann, Michelle; Manakil, Jane (Academic Women: Voicing Narratives of Gendered Experiences, 2023)
    This final concluding chapter draws together recurrent themes from across the chapters to discuss understandings and implications from the sharing of women’s narratives of gendered experiences in, and through academia. It ...
  • Bias against women academics in student evaluations of teaching: Tarring and feathering in academia 

    Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle (Academic Women: Voicing Narratives of Gendered Experiences, 2023)
    Nearly ninety 90 per cent of all people across the world, both men and women, are prejudiced against women; the United Nations Development Programme (2020) report calls this ‘a deeply ingrained bias’. In universities across ...
  • Concepts and Perceptions of Gendered Women's Experiences in Academia 

    Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle; Neumann, M; Manakil, J; Pickard-Smith, K (Academic Women: Voicing Narratives of Gendered Experiences, 2023)
    In this chapter we begin by introducing some current and historical feminist literature and theorizations of women’s work in academia. We approach this chapter as an empowered and collective group of individuals, each with ...
  • Sustaining the Employability of Working-Age Adults: A Singapore Case Study 

    Leow, Anthony; Billett, Stephen (Graduate Employability and Workplace-Based Learning Development: Insights from Sociocultural Perspectives, 2022)
    There is a growing emphasis, globally, on aligning tertiary education with graduate employability. Efforts within both vocational and higher education are increasingly being directed towards assisting tertiary students to ...
  • 'Going Home is One Thing This Lot of Blockheads Can’t Do': Unhomely Renovations on The Block 

    Jeffery, Ella (Screening the Gothic in Australia and New Zealand: Contemporary Antipodean Film and Television, 2022)
    The Block (2003-2004; 2010-) exemplifies Australia’s fixation on home renovation. Renovation programs are a reality television sub-genre characterised by excess, artifice, and questions of property and possession – also ...
  • Twenty-First-Century Australian Poetry 

    Holland-Batt, Sarah; Jeffery, Ella (The Routledge Companion to Australian Literature, 2020)
    This chapter surveys and defines twenty-first-century Australian poetry via its most prominent subjects and concerns, discernable critical trends and movements, and the demographic and generational shifts that have occurred ...
  • Instagram and the Diary: The Case of Amalia Ulman's Excellences & Perfections (2014) 

    Best, Susan (Epistolary Entanglements in Film, Media and the Visual Arts, 2022)
    Amalia Ulman’s Instagram performance Excellences & Perfections (2014) was hailed as the first Instagram masterpiece. Unusually for an artwork, it begins in a clandestine fashion on 20 April 2014. The performance was ...
  • Conceptualization of the winescape framework 

    Valduga, V; Minasi, SM; Lohmann, G (Routledge Handbook of Wine Tourism, 2022)
    In this chapter, the landscape is examined as a cultural system related to multiplicities and coexistences (e.g., economics, culture, society, public policy) designed by the process of historical formation itself. For the ...
  • Public Health Education in the United States 

    Nurmala, Ira; Pathak, Yashwant V (Advancing Professional Development through CPE in Public Health, 2019)
    The public health field has been recognized in the United States since the 1900s. In the period of 1900–1945, public health had a narrower interest. During the 1900s, public health was interested in measuring communicable ...
  • Lesson Learned from the U.S. Concept 

    Nurmala, Ira; Pathak, Yashwant V (Advancing Professional Development through CPE in Public Health, 2019)
    Public health in Indonesia started to become an integral part of the country's development when the first public health program was initiated in 1956 at three major universities in Indonesia. These programs of public health ...
  • Learning Organization for Professional Development 

    Nurmala, Ira; Pathak, Yashwant V (Advancing Professional Development through CPE in Public Health, 2019)
    An organization is a place for a group of people who work coordinately to achieve a common goal. In each organization there is a team or group which is formed to complete a particular task. A collection of two or more ...

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