Books

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Books

 

To be included in this collection the publication must meet the Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) definition of research and:

  • be a major work of scholarship
  • be offered for sale as bound hard copies, packaged CD-ROMs or subscription/fee based e-books
  • have an International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
  • be written entirely by a single author, or by joint authors who share responsibility for the whole book
  • have been published by a commercial publisher

The types of books that may meet the criteria include:

  • critical scholarly texts (e.g. music, medieval or classical texts)
  • new interpretations of historical events
  • new ideas or perspectives based on established research findings

The types of books that are unlikely to meet the criteria include:

  • textbooks
  • anthologies
  • edited books
  • creative works such as novels
  • translations
  • revisions or new editions

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Recent Submissions

  • Hunter, L; Emerald, E; Martin, G (Springer, 2013-01)
    Action research was conceived as a method of collaborative, self-reflective problem-solving in a community context. Yet many believe it has evolved too far away from its original, directly activist roots. As a direct ...
  • Higgins, W; Dow, G (Peter Lang, 2013-01)
    Neoliberalism has now failed, so can a social democratic resurgence replace it? This book retrieves the political thought of Swedish politician Ernst Wigforss to explore the unrealised potential of social democracy. Wigforss ...
  • Jung, K (Routledge, 2014-01)
    The Korean womens movement, which is seen in both Western and non-Western countries as being exemplary in terms of womens activism, experienced a dramatic change in its direction and strategy in the early 1990s. At the ...
  • Leung, LT; Finney Lamb, C; Emrys, L (UTS ePress, 2009-01)
    This research by Linda Leung investigated the use of Information communication technologies (ICT) by refugees during flight, displacement and in settlement. It examined the impact of Australias official policy of mandatory ...
  • Fang, X (University of Rochester Press, 2012-01)
    In 1968, at the height of the Cultural Revolution, the Chinese Communist Party endorsed a radical new system of health-care delivery for the rural masses. Soon every village had at least one barefoot doctor to provide basic ...