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  • The Local and the Digital in Environmental Communication 

    Díaz-Pont, Joana; Maeseele, Pieter; Sjolander, Annika Egan; Mishra, Maitreyee; Foxwell-Norton, Kerrie (2020)
    This volume interrogates the intertwining of the local and the digital in environmental communication. It starts by introducing a wave metaphor to tease out major shifts in the field, and situates the intersections of local ...
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  • Health Care Practice in Australia: Policy, Context and Innovations 

    Taylor, Sandra; Foster, Michele; Fleming, Jennifer (2008)
    Health Care Practice and Policy in Australia explores and analyses the challenges faced by contemporary Australian health professionals, proposes principles for contemporary health care practice, and provides examples of ...
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  • My mum is a parasite scientist. That’s RAD! 

    Andrews, Katherine; Doyle, Brian; Azzuri, Brittney (2017)
    This book is about the amazing and sometimes weird world of parasites and about the jobs of scientists who study them. Topics include parasites that can be found in poo, head-lice and malaria parasites. The book includes ...
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  • Our mum is a nanotech scientist. That’s RAD! 

    Li, Qin; Doyle, Brian; Walker, Maylen (2018)
    In this engaging, fun and educational book, children will learn about the amazing world of nanoparticles and nanotechnology. From medicines to brilliant colours on butterfly wings, nanoparticles are all around us! The book ...
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  • Our mum is a forensic scientist. That’s RAD! 

    Stewart, Donna; Doyle, Brian; Walker, Maylen (2018)
    Imagine all the cool things you could learn if your mum was a police forensic scientist! In this educational and fun book, children will learn how forensic science can be used to gather evidence to help solve crimes. From ...
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  • My aunt is a protein crystal scientist. That’s RAD! 

    Martin, Jenny; Doyle, Brian; Andrews, Rachele (2019)
    Crystals are all around us! From our food, to our jewellery, even in our digital devices; they are everywhere. Scientists can also use protein crystals to help understand disease and discover new medicines. In this colourful ...
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  • Cultural History of the Bushranger Legend in Theatres and Cinemas, 1828-2017 

    Couzens, AJ (2019)
    The bushranger legend is an important component of Australia’s cultural history, with names like Ned Kelly and Ben Hall still provoking strong, if ambivalent, responses. Storytellers mobilize this legend in unique and ...
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  • The Humble Cosmopolitan: Rights, Diversity, and Trans-State Democracy 

    Cabrera, Luis (2020)
    Is a strong cosmopolitan stance irretrievably arrogant? Cosmopolitanism, which affirms universal moral principles and grants no fundamental moral significance to the state, has become increasingly central to normative ...
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  • Optional Choice of Court Agreements in Private International Law 

    Keyes, Mary (2019)
    This book highlights the importance of optional choice of court agreements, and the need for future research and legal development in this area. The law relating to choice of court agreements has developed significantly ...
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  • Sound, Space and Civility in the British World, 1700-1850 

    Denney, Peter; Buchan, Bruce; Ellison, David; Crawley, Karen (2019)
    In this collection, the essays examine the critical role that judgments about noise and sound played in framing the meaning of civility in British discourse and literature during the long eighteenth century. The volume ...
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  • Startup Accelerators A Field Guide 

    Busulwa, Richard; Birdthistle, Naomi; Dunn, Steve (2020)
    Accelerator programs have become one of the most powerful and valuable resources for entrepreneurs seeking to learn rapidly, build powerful networks, raise capital, build their startups and do this at speed and scale. In ...
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  • Care of the neonate with neonatal abstinence syndrome 

    Needham, Judith; Flint, Andrea (Neonatal Nursing in Australia and New Zealand, 2018)
    Neonatal abstinence syndrome is defined as a condition where neonates have experienced in utero exposure to opioids or other substances used by the mother causing withdrawal symptoms 24-72 hours post birth (Edwards & Brown, ...
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  • Investment Governance for Fiduciaries 

    Drew, Michael E; Walk, Adam N (2019)
    Governance is a word that is increasingly heard and read in modern times, be it corporate governance, global governance, or investment governance. Investment governance, the central concern of this modest volume, refers ...
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  • Blended Learning Designs in STEM Higher Education 

    Allan, Christopher N; Campbell, Chris; Crough, Julie (2019)
    This book offers a set of learning principles to support the design of rich learning experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) higher education, including detailed evaluations and discussions ...
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  • Sustainable Futures for Music Cultures: An Ecological Perspective 

    Schippers, Huib; Grant, Catherine (2016)
    The sustainability of music and other intangible expressions of culture has been high on the agenda of scholars, governments, and nongovernmental organizations in recent years. However, there is a striking lack of systematic ...
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  • Spiritual Journeying: The Art of Tim Johnson 

    Leslie, Donna (2019)
    As a young Australian artist, Tim Johnson sought to look beyond the world he knew and was familiar with, into mysteries that naturally come with things foreign. He wanted to explore what it was like to exist beyond the ...
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  • Here and Now: Artistic Research in Music 

    Tomlinson, Vanessa; Wren, Toby (2016)
    Here and Now is a snapshot of the artistic process, taken from a particular time and place; musicians based in Brisbane, Australia in 2013-14. Vanessa Tomlinson writes: “It is not a singular story, but an entry point ...
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  • Modern Day Slavery and Orphanage Tourism 

    Cheer, Joseph M; Mathews, Leigh; Doore, Kathryn van; Flanagan, Karen (2019)
    Orphanage tourism is where tourist interactions with 'orphaned' children are central to traveller itineraries and experience making in less-developed contexts. While appealing to the desire of tourists and volunteers to ...
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  • Flowers from my Garden 

    MacDonald, Sara; Hall, Randall; John, Richard (2018)
    In this book Millie the Mathematician helps us to sort and classify flowers in her garden based on their colour. She helps us represent the number of each type of flower in tables and graphs. We also learn the connection ...
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  • I Can Count 

    MacDonald, Sara; Hall, Randall; John, Richard (2018)
    In this book Millie the Mathematician helps us learn to count. She also helps us identify 2-D shapes. We learn the connection between the written name of a number, its numeral and its quantity. We also learn to identify ...
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