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  • Kokotovich, V (University of New South Wales, 2007-01)
    The pace of technological change in the world within which we live and work is increasing at an exponential rate. This in turn causes turbulent change within society, and indeed within social relationships. In a real sense ...
  • Ding, GK (Istanbul Technical University, 2012-01)
    One-fifth of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions come from households. There are 7 million households in Australia and each is producing about 15 tonnes of greenhouse gas every year. Energy use, car use and waste are the ...
  • Mangioni, V; McKerchar, MA (Atax, UNSW, 2013-01)
    Contemporary tax research appears to be becoming increasingly multi-disciplinary and using mixed methodologies as researchers seek deeper understandings and thereby more critically 'real' solutions to research problems. ...
  • Chan, A (Contemporary China Centre, Australian National University, 2011-01)
    Several Chinese and Vietnamese instances are analyzed and compared to explain the nature, causes and underlying factors that lead to the strikes in the Chinese export industries. The labor laws, relation between the ...
  • Wallen, LP (2006-01)
    Struck by the lightning: The ongoing research with choreographer Juan Carlos Garcia and his company, Lanonima Imperial, is based on a continual dialogue about the body in space and its dialogue with electronic time-based ...
  • Doloi, H; Iyer, KC; Sawhney, A (Pergamon, 2011-01)
    Contactor's expertise and performance play a significant role in successful delivery of a project. While clients strive hard to make the best decisions in selecting the right contractor for the right job, a clear understanding ...
  • Loke, L; Robertson, TJ (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, 2010-01)
    As movement-based, interactive technologies continue to become more embedded in our daily lives, aliveness, vitality and pleasure in our interactions with these technologies are becoming sought-after qualities. Dance is ...
  • Riedy, C; Partridge, EY (Transgrid, 2006-01)
    Study of factors influencing electricity used in Newington
  • Riedy, C; Partridge, EY (Transgrid, 2006-01)
    Study of factors influencing electricity used in Newington
  • Abourizk, S; Sawhney, A (Natl Research Council Canada, 1993-01)
    Scheduling of construction projects with an uncertainty content requires that the scheduler's subjective knowledge of various factors that might influence the duration of the activities comprising the project is incorporated. ...
  • Brejzek, T; Wallen, LP (Broken Dimanche Press, 2013-01)
    In 1904, diverted by circumstance to Athens rather than Corfu, the brothers Freud found themselves unhappy by the change in destination. Standing on the Acropolis, an uncanny thought had entered Freud's mind: `So does this ...
  • Pandolfo, Berto (Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA, 2007)
    Substance: Diverse Practices from the Periphery, an international exhibition that highlights the contributions of over 30 contemporary industrial, graphic, architectural, environmental and media design innovators who are ...
  • Anderson, B; Bobrova, Y; Glazko, A (Hertfordshire County Council, UK, 2010-01)
    This infrastructure re-development project was commissioned by the National UK Highways Agency. (it has not yet been approved or realised.) The design team consisted of Benedict Anderson (design leader), Alexandra Glazko ...
  • Anderson, B; Bobrova, Y; Glazko, A (Hertfordshire County Council, UK, 2010-01)
    This infrastructure re-development project was commissioned by the National UK Highways Agency. (it has not yet been approved or realised.) The design team consisted of Benedict Anderson (design leader), Alexandra Glazko ...
  • Pandolfo, B; Verghese, G (The University of Gothenburg, 2013-01)
    The task of a designer is to project the future into the present by articulating a possible outcome to an existing condition. This paper will examine the outcomes of these projections, through a comparative analysis of a ...
  • Ge, J; SUSILAWATI, C (Queensland University of Technology, 2013-01)
    Many Australian families are unable to access homeownership. This is because house prices are very high to the severely or seriously unaffordable level. Therefore, many low income families will need to rely on affordable ...
  • Sundays 
    Sadokierski, ZA (DAB LAB, )
    A bit of reading on a lazy Sunday is a favourite past time for many, which is why Zoë Sadokierski's exhibition Sundays will attract a few admirers.
  • Stewart, C (Gimpel Fils London, )
    Super Border is a series of sixty photographic images taken along the route of the new €300 million Integrated External Vigilance System, a surveillance system located along the southern Mediterranean coast and designed ...
  • Maxwell, IJ; Pigram, DA (Links International, 2010-01)
  • Pigram, DA; Maxwell, IJ; McGee, W (-, )