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  • 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 ...
  • Mills, RH; Beilharz, KA (Cambidge University Press, 2012-01)
    Maturation of network technologies and high-speed broadband has led to significant developments in multi-user platforms that enable synchronous networked improvisation across global distances. However sophisticated the ...
  • Benjamin, AE (PNU Press, 2005-01)
  • Donald, SJ (Rowman and Littlefield, 2005-01)
  • Muller, E; Edmonds, EA (ACM Press, 2006-01)
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  • Dwyer, CM (ABC Radio National, 2005-01)
    Description: This feature documentary follows the story of Chris Nolan, who lives in an aged care nursing home, and the family and friends who support him. When Nolan was 28 years old he suffered a hypoxic brain injury ...
  • Edmonds, EA (Swets Zeitlinger Publishers, 2003-01)
  • Thomas, MH (Melbourne University Press, 2005-01)
    THERE was a time when the corners of his tiny work space were discernible. Now they are indeterminate behind towers of bric-a-brac, and the walls are concealed by binders, papers, audio tapes, maps, photographs, books. ...
  • Dwyer, CM (ABC Radio National, 2006-01)
    A feature program about the real trade for virtual goods in online worlds and multiplayer games. The program explores the economic and ethical consequences of trading in virtual worlds. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/backgroun ...
  • Leggett, MG (ACM, 2005-01)
    The contemporary burgeoning usage of digital movies, photos, audio and text, their distribution through networks both electronic and physical will be considered in the context of a convergence of these media with a popular ...