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  • Carney, FP; Morris, CA; Milthorpe, B; Flanagan, JL; Willcox, MDP (2009-11)
    Objectives: Investigations of polymer interactions in single protein solutions is a necessary step in the elucidation of in vivo early binding events during protein deposition on hydroxyethyl methacrylate-based contact ...
  • Thornley, J (Taylor and Francis, 2013-01)
    This article considers the potential of a decolonizing poetics, evident across Tasmanian Aboriginal arts and cultural works, to contribute to a distinctively Aboriginal film-making practice in Tasmania. The potency of this ...
  • Hurley, AW (Wiley Blackwell Periodicals, 2013-01)
    A survey of contemporary German literature reveals that the figure of the popular musician-cum-novelist has gained a certain prominence since the latter part of the 1990s, including in the context of what has been referred ...
  • Jazz Pope 
    Hurley, AW
    Jazz Pope focusses on the idiosyncratic writer .and producer Joachlm Ernst Berendts influential role within the German and international jazz scenes. Assembling a swag of cover of photographs, music and text. the exhibition ...
  • Knight, AD (Auckland University of Technology, Pacific Media Centre, 2007-01)
    n South-East and east Asia, terrorism is not new. A number of the region's nations have had to deal with full scale insurgencies of their own. The region contains a heady mix of core US allies, fledgling democracies and ...
  • Knight, AD (http://ejournalist.com.au/, 2010-01)
    Much of the pessimism expressed about journalism's future and the negative impact of the internet, has emanated from western countries, where journalism often has been dominated by large, traditional, privately owned, ...
  • Macnamara, J (Journalism Education Association, 2012-01)
    An analysis of the influence of public relations on journalism and news media, reviewing 80 years of quantitative research and reporting an exploratory qualitative study of the ambiguous and sometimes vexed relationship ...
  • Knight, AD (UTS ePress, 2013-01)
  • O'Donnell, PA (Journalism Education Association, 2006-01)
  • van Rijswijk, HM (Rodopi, 2008-01)
    It is often said that feminists, especially radical lesbian feminists, are not funny. Conservatives have levelled lack of humour at feminists as a political weapon, as a sort of baseline attack: the claims of feminists, ...
  • Bednarek, MA (John Benjamins, 2009-01)
    Interpersonal or evaluative meaning has been described in systemic functional linguistics with the help of appraisal theory (Martin & White 2005), which distinguishes between different types of evaluation. One sub-system ...
  • McManus, J; Collier, K (Oval UTS, 2005-01)
    This paper examines the use of learning partnership groups in a ten day Australian Taxation Office (ATO) workplace training program. Learning partnerships in this context are "learning relationships involving occasional ...
  • Dale, J (Fourth Estate, 2010-01)
    He knows what he wants . . .just not how to get it Everyone at work wants to know why an associate professor of philosophy would stoop to having sexual relations with a man as spectacularly unsuccessful as myself. Well, I ...
  • Titmarsh, M (Mark Titmarsh, )
    A group exhibition of five artists working multimodally that asked the question, What is painting? Why is it meaningful to claim that an artwork is still a painting within the interdisciplinary and pluralist cultural ...
  • Feltham, HB (Australian Asian Arts Society, 2004-01)
  • O'Neill, SP; Byrne, B
    Background Experimental music and sound art events in Sydney have mostly occurred in artist run spaces, which are often not appropriate for focused listening and deep engagement with work. Such events are also often ...
  • O'Neill, SP; Byrne, B
    Background Liquid Architecture, Australia's national festival of sound arts, made a successful Sydney debut in 2005, developing audiences for sound art through diverse, high quality programming. 2006 saw the challenge of ...
  • O'Neill, SP; Byrne, B
    Background Liquid Architecture, Australia's national festival of sound arts, made a successful Sydney debut in 2005, developing audiences for sound art through diverse, high quality programming. 2006 saw the challenge of ...