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Absence in the Aftermath. Journal of Contemporary History, 52(2), 197-210

Julie Kalman, Daniella Doron

2017   

Proceedings of "Absence in the Aftermath" conference held in 2014. journals.sagepub.com/doi/fu... [...]

Proceedings of "Absence in the Aftermath" conference held in 2014.

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2017DoronJournalKalman

Absent Jews and Invisible Antisemitism in Postwar Vienna: Der Prozeß (1948) and The Third Man (1949). Journal of Contemporary History, 52(2), 211-228

Lisa Silverman

2017   

Proceedings of "Absence in the Aftermath" conference held in 2014. journals.sagepub.com/doi/fu... [...]

Proceedings of "Absence in the Aftermath" conference held in 2014.

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2017JournalSilverman

Academic hyper-mobility and cosmopolitan dispositions. Journal of Intercultural Communication, 27, 1-17

Kirpitchenko, L

2011   

Proceedings of "Postgraduate publication skill-building workshop" held in 2010. research.monash.edu/en/publ... [...]

Proceedings of "Postgraduate publication skill-building workshop" held in 2010.

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2011JournalKirpitchenko

Advances in Applied Probability, 50(4)

Various

2018    (Cambridge University Press)

Proceedings of "Probability: from East to West" conference held in 2017. [...]

Proceedings of "Probability: from East to West" conference held in 2017.

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2018JournalVarious

Advances in Cultural Linguistics

Farzad Sharifian

2017    745 Pages    (Springer)

DDC: 306.44    LCC: P35

OCLC: 993010541    ISBN 13: 9789811040566    ISBN 10: 9811040567

Proceedings of "The First International Conference on Cultural Linguistics (ICCL2016)" held in 2016. This groundbreaking collection represents the broad scope of cutting-edge research in Cultural Linguistics, a burgeoning field of interdisciplinary inquiry into the relationships between language and cultural cognition. The materials surveyed in its chapters demonstrate how cultural conceptualisations encoded in language relate to all aspects of human life - from emotion and embodiment to kinship [...]

Proceedings of "The First International Conference on Cultural Linguistics (ICCL2016)" held in 2016.

This groundbreaking collection represents the broad scope of cutting-edge research in Cultural Linguistics, a burgeoning field of interdisciplinary inquiry into the relationships between language and cultural cognition. The materials surveyed in its chapters demonstrate how cultural conceptualisations encoded in language relate to all aspects of human life - from emotion and embodiment to kinship, religion, marriage and politics, even the understanding of life and death. Cultural Linguistics draws on cognitive science, complexity science and distributed cognition, among other disciplines, to strengthen its theoretical and analytical base. The tools it has developed have worked toward insightful investigations into the cultural grounding of language in numerous applied domains, including World Englishes, cross-cultural/intercultural pragmatics, intercultural communication, Teaching English as an International Language (TEIL), and political discourse analysis.

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2017BookSharifian

After the clinic? Researching sexual health technology in context. In Culture, Health & Sexuality, 17(4), 398-411

Mark Davis

2015   

Proceedings of "Sexualities/Technology/Health collaborators meeting" held in 2014. There is great interest in what testing, pharmaceutical, information and social media technology can do for sexual health. Much programmatic and research activity is focused on assessing how these technologies can be used to best effect. Less obvious are analyses that place technology into historical, political and real-world settings. Developing an ‘in-context’ analysis of sexual health technology, this paper [...]

Proceedings of "Sexualities/Technology/Health collaborators meeting" held in 2014.

There is great interest in what testing, pharmaceutical, information and social media technology can do for sexual health. Much programmatic and research activity is focused on assessing how these technologies can be used to best effect. Less obvious are analyses that place technology into historical, political and real-world settings. Developing an ‘in-context’ analysis of sexual health technology, this paper draws on interviews with leading community advocates, researchers and clinicians in Australia, Canada and the UK and looks across examples, including social media, rapid HIV testing, pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV and polymerase chain reaction Chlamydia testing. The analysis is framed by studies of techno-society and the dialectics of sex-affirmative advocacy with biomedical authority and attends to: the rationalistic and affective dimensions of the imaginary associated with technology; the role of technology in the re-spatialisation and re-temporalisation of the sexual health clinic; and the re-invention of technology in its real-world contexts. This in-context approach is important for: the effective implementation of new technology; strengthening the social science contribution to the field; and enriching social theory in general on life in techno-societies.

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2015DavisJournal

After the Whirlwind: Jewish Absence in Postwar Czechoslovakia. Journal of Contemporary History, 52(2), 278-296

Jan Lanicek

2017   

Proceedings of "Absence in the Aftermath" conference held in 2014. journals.sagepub.com/doi/fu... [...]

Proceedings of "Absence in the Aftermath" conference held in 2014.

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2017JournalLanicek

Applying VAT to financial services in China: Opportunities for China and lessons for the world? Australian Tax Review, 45(1), 38-49

Yan Xu, Richard Krever

2016   

Proceedings of "VAT and Financial Supplies" workshop held in 2015. Prior to 2012, the Chinese VAT applied primarily to supplies of goods, with supplies of services, including financial services, subject to a turnover tax known as the Business Tax. The value of financial services in respect of a loan was interpreted as the gross interest payable on the loan. As a consequence, a 5% turnover tax was applied to interest payments, with no input tax recovery by business customers in the VAT system. [...]

Proceedings of "VAT and Financial Supplies" workshop held in 2015.

Prior to 2012, the Chinese VAT applied primarily to supplies of goods, with supplies of services, including financial services, subject to a turnover tax known as the Business Tax. The value of financial services in respect of a loan was interpreted as the gross interest payable on the loan. As a consequence, a 5% turnover tax was applied to interest payments, with no input tax recovery by business customers in the VAT system. The result was overtaxation of all borrowers and, in particular, business customers facing significant biases and distortions from the compounding tax liability. Since 2012, Chinese authorities have gradually been shifting services subject to the Business Tax into the VAT. Yet to be moved are loans and similar financial services as there is no clear agreement as to how the Business Tax rules on financial services might be integrated into the VAT. Somewhat ironically, depending on how they are migrated into the VAT and the VAT input tax system, these unprincipled and distorting rules might end up providing a model for taxing financial services in a VAT. The result has the potential to be the benchmark for reform of the VAT in the 21st century.

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2016JournalKreverXu

Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown, The

Amy Bloch, Carolyn James, and Camilla Russell, (Eds.)

2019    (CRRS Publications)

ISBN 13: 9780772756619   

Proceedings of "Annual PCMRS Public Lecture featuring Emeritus Professor Alison Brown " held in Prato in 2015. This volume celebrates the scholarship of Alison Brown, emeritus professor in the department of history at Royal Holloway, University of London. A pre-eminent historian of the Renaissance, Professor Brown has, over a long and ongoing career, produced a stream of books and essays on the intellectual, cultural, and political history of Renaissance Florence and Italy. Her innovative and [...]

Proceedings of "Annual PCMRS Public Lecture featuring Emeritus Professor Alison Brown " held in Prato in 2015.

This volume celebrates the scholarship of Alison Brown, emeritus professor in the department of history at Royal Holloway, University of London. A pre-eminent historian of the Renaissance, Professor Brown has, over a long and ongoing career, produced a stream of books and essays on the intellectual, cultural, and political history of Renaissance Florence and Italy. Her innovative and wide-ranging studies have made her the most authoritative interpreter of Florence’s evolution from fifteenth-century republic to sixteenth-century principate. At the centre of her re-evaluation of this complex and dramatic story are her many studies of the Medici and their own evolution over several generations from citizen bankers to skillful patrons, manipulators of factional networks, “masters of the shop,” and quasi-princes. Her research has brought new perspectives not only to politics and the nature of the Florentine state, but also to the period’s intellectual and religious history — in particular the impact of the rediscovery of Lucretius — and the great ferment of political thought from the humanists to Savonarola, Machiavelli, and Guicciardini. Professor Brown’s vibrant and original inquiries, grounded both in Florence’s archival treasures and in the rich intellectual and artistic traditions of Renaissance Italy, deftly interweave politics, culture, and ideas to yield novel and eye-opening interpretations.
The essays in this book by Professor Brown’s friends and colleagues find inspiration in the themes she has explored and in her dedication to the highest aims and most exacting standards of historical research. The contributions focus on a wide variety of topics, including politics and political thought, family life, art, philosophy, law, and humanism. In providing a portrait of Renaissance studies today as a dynamic field influenced in myriad ways by Professor Brown’s insights and methods, the volume is a tribute to the far-reaching influence of her scholarship.

"This volume makes a significant contribution to Florentine political and cultural history."
- William Caferro, Vanderbilt University

"This volume digs deep into Alison Brown’s terrain, the political culture of Renaissance Florence, with interlocking and original essays on politics, art, and humanism that combine big arguments and extensive archival research … a thematically tight and focused festschrift."
- Mark Jurdjevic, Glendon College, York University

AMY R. BLOCH is Associate Professor of Art History at the University at Albany, State University of New York.

CAROLYN JAMES is Cassamarca Associate Professor of History in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Monash University, Australia.

CAMILLA RUSSELL is Publications Editor for Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu, at Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu (ARSI), Rome, and Honorary Fellow at the University of Newcastle and the University of Divinity, Australia.

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2019BlochChapterJamesRussell

Art as Archive / Archive as Art. Exhibition catalogue

Vince Dziekan, Antonina Lewis

2017    (CIRN Exhibition catalogue)

Proceedings of "15th CIRN 2017: Art as Archive: Archive as Art & The Imagined Archive". [...]

Proceedings of "15th CIRN 2017: Art as Archive: Archive as Art & The Imagined Archive".

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2017DziekanLewis

Artist and the Scientists, The

Patricia Vickers-Rich, Thomas. H. Rich, Peter Trusler

2010    322 Pages    (Cambridge University Press)

DDC: 560.922    LCC: QE714.2

OCLC: 1152911599    LCCN: 2010534738    ISBN 13: 9780521162999    ISBN 10: 0521162998

Proceedings of "The rise and fall of the vendian biota workshop (IGCP Project 493)" held in 2004. The Artist and the Scientists: Bringing Prehistory to Life presents the extraordinary lives and works of eminent paleontologists Patricia Vickers-Rich and Tom Rich, and Peter Trusler, one of the finest artists of scientific realism Australia has produced. Over more than thirty years, Patricia, Tom and Peter have travelled across Eastern Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, Australia and New Zealand [...]

Proceedings of "The rise and fall of the vendian biota workshop (IGCP Project 493)" held in 2004.

The Artist and the Scientists: Bringing Prehistory to Life presents the extraordinary lives and works of eminent paleontologists Patricia Vickers-Rich and Tom Rich, and Peter Trusler, one of the finest artists of scientific realism Australia has produced. Over more than thirty years, Patricia, Tom and Peter have travelled across Eastern Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, Australia and New Zealand in search of the remains of early life, including fish, dinosaurs, birds and mammals. Their successful expeditions, and the many publications and exquisite artworks that have ensued, are a testament to their scientific methodology, thirst for knowledge and eye for detail. The book follows the development of selected works of art covering the last 600 million years of the geological record. Told from the viewpoints of both scientist and artist, the reader is given a unique insight into the process of preserving and recording the evolution of prehistoric life.

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2010BookVickers-Rich

Attitudes to the Welfare State: A Systematic Review Approach to the Example of Ethnically Diverse Welfare States', in Sociological Research Online, 19(1), 1-12

Trude Sundberg

2014    (Sage Journals)

Proceedings of "Writing and Publishing in the Social Sciences" held in 2013. journals.sagepub.com/doi/10... [...]

Proceedings of "Writing and Publishing in the Social Sciences" held in 2013.

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2014JournalSundgerg

Australia: Evaluating Performance in Public-Private Partnership Projects’. In Teicher, J., Van Gramberg, B., Profiroiu, M. and Neesham, C., Sharing Concerns: Country Case Studies in Public-Private Partnerships. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 9-36.

Van Gramberg, B., Teicher, J., Keddie, J. and Neesham, C.

2013    (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Proceedings of "Business Experiences and Social Responsibilities: Between Global Challenges and EU Economic Policies" conference held in 2012. [...]

Proceedings of "Business Experiences and Social Responsibilities: Between Global Challenges and EU Economic Policies" conference held in 2012.

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2013GrambergKeddieNeeshamTeicher

Australia. In Lang, M., Owens, J., Pistone, P., Rust, A., Schuch, J., and Staringer, C. (Eds.), General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAARs) – A Key Element of Tax Systems in the Post-BEPS World, 45-63.

Krever, R., Mellor, P.

2016    (IBFD)

Proceedings of "Tax Complexity and Simplification" conference held in 2014. [...]

Proceedings of "Tax Complexity and Simplification" conference held in 2014.

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2016ChapterKreverMellor

Australians in Italy

Bill Kent, Ros Pesman, Cynthia Troup (Eds.)

2010    332 Pages    (Monash University Publishing)

DDC: 304.845094    LCC: DG457.A87

OCLC: 1058093821    LCCN: 2008425288    ISBN 13: 9780980361681    ISBN 10: 0980361680

Proceedings of "Australians in Italy Workshop " held in 2005. Long before the advent of modern tourism, Australians have travelled to live in Italy, or have undertaken extensive visits there. Indeed they continue to do so in increasing numbers, as women and men find Italian partners; as business people with European interests settle there; as retirees in their thousands seek 'the good life' that Italy - in Ros Pesman's words, this 'culturally endowed place of rebirth' - seems to promise. While [...]

Proceedings of "Australians in Italy Workshop " held in 2005.

Long before the advent of modern tourism, Australians have travelled to live in Italy, or have undertaken extensive visits there. Indeed they continue to do so in increasing numbers, as women and men find Italian partners; as business people with European interests settle there; as retirees in their thousands seek 'the good life' that Italy - in Ros Pesman's words, this 'culturally endowed place of rebirth' - seems to promise. While many are familiar with celebrated expatriates such as Germaine Greer, Jeffrey Smart, Peter Robb and David Malouf, hundreds of other artists, writers, musicians and intellectuals have made and continue to make a notable contribution to the cultural and intellectual life of both countries. Whilst Australian studies flourishes in Italian universities, Australian academics write distinguished accounts of Italian history covering various eras. Despite this sustained activity, the scholarly and cultural engagement of Australians with Italy is not a well known story. This collection seeks to map the past and present of the Australian love affair with Italy, yielding rich insights into its causes, motivations and transformations. Contributors include former Australian Ambassador to Italy Rory Steele, poet Peter Porter, contemporary artists Euan Heng and Jo-Anne Duggan, as well as distinguished academics and young scholars. Amongst the diverse range of articles and vignettes, Ian Britain writes on Donald Friend's Italian years, Loretta Baldassar explores the phenomenon of reverse migration, and novelist Lisa Clifford reflects on her family ties with Italy. Australians in Italy will appeal to scholars and students of migration and multi-culturalism, Australian Studies and Italian Studies, tourism and travel. It will also delight those interested in Italy and all things Italian - people of Italo-Australian background, armchair and actual travellers, sojourners in Italy, and the general reader.

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2010BookKentPesmanTroup

Australia’s skilled migration selection system. Around the Globe, 3(2), 24-31

Duke J.

2006    (Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements)

Proceedings of “Immigration Futures Forum” held in 2006. search.informit.com.au/docu... [...]

Proceedings of “Immigration Futures Forum” held in 2006.

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2006Around the GlobeDukeJournal

Authoritative Child Protection. Child Abuse Rev., 22, 1–4

Sidebotham, P.

2013   

Proceedings of "Addressing Filicide: Inaugural International Conference for Cross-National Dialogue" held in 2013. onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi... onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi... [...]

Proceedings of "Addressing Filicide: Inaugural International Conference for Cross-National Dialogue" held in 2013.

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2013JournalSidebotham
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Balancing legal, cultural and human rights with the forensic paradigm. In Sheehan, R. & Ogloff, J., Working within the Forensic Paradigm: Cross-discipline Approaches for Policy and Practice, 272-278

Rosemary Sheehan, James Ogloff

2014    (Routledge)

Proceedings of "Working with the forensic paradigm: developing effective responses across the health, helping and legal professions" held in 2011.

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2014ChapterOgloffSheehan

Barriers to the effective use of web technologies by community sector organisations

Thomas F. Denison

2008    13 Pages    (Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash University)

ISBN 13: 9780958105842   

Proceedings of the "5th Prato Community Informatics and Development Informatics Conference" 2008. research.monash.edu/en/publ... [...]

Proceedings of the "5th Prato Community Informatics and Development Informatics Conference" 2008.

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2008ChapterDenison

Between ‘Aussies’ and ‘Wah-sers’ - Translating Alice Pung’s "Unpolished Gem" into Italian, in Creative Constraints. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 87-101

Adele D'Archangelo

2012    (Monash University Publishing)

Proceedings of "Found in Translation: Textual Explorations of Australia and the World" workshop held in 2010. Alice Pung's Unpolished Gem was translated into Italian in 2010. Giving some examples of the challenge this work of translation presented, Adele D'Arcangelo will try to put Pung's novel in the picture of a wider production of multicultural literature available in Italy. Positive aspects related to the reception of Gemma Impura in Italy will be pointed out as well as the vital and [...]

Proceedings of "Found in Translation: Textual Explorations of Australia and the World" workshop held in 2010.

Alice Pung's Unpolished Gem was translated into Italian in 2010. Giving some examples of the challenge this work of translation presented, Adele D'Arcangelo will try to put Pung's novel in the picture of a wider production of multicultural literature available in Italy. Positive aspects related to the reception of Gemma Impura in Italy will be pointed out as well as the vital and fundamental collaboration between author and translator. The innate potentialities of Unpolished Gem to transform a personal experience in a universal one were doubled by the translation of the book in another language, allowing a wider and more eclectic readership to become familiar with Alice's story, and making its Australian setting overcome the boundaries of language and space.

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2012D'ArchangeloJournal

Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Criminal Justice

Chris Trotter, Gill McIvor, Fergus McNeill (Eds.)

2016    272 Pages    (Macmillan Education UK)

DDC: 364    LCC: HV6025

OCLC: 965118917    ISBN 13: 9781137441324    ISBN 10: 1137441321

Proceedings of "Beyond the risk paradigm: restoring the client’s place in human service intervention" conference held in 2013. The risk assessment process, the interventions and treatment commenced as a result of it and the theory behind it are central to the administration of criminal justice programmes around the world. Most youth and adult corrections departments routinely conduct risk assessments, which are then used to inform the nature and intensity of subsequent criminal justice [...]

Proceedings of "Beyond the risk paradigm: restoring the client’s place in human service intervention" conference held in 2013.

The risk assessment process, the interventions and treatment commenced as a result of it and the theory behind it are central to the administration of criminal justice programmes around the world. Most youth and adult corrections departments routinely conduct risk assessments, which are then used to inform the nature and intensity of subsequent criminal justice interventions. In this unique and important text, a team of the world's leading researchers in the field of criminal justice come together to provide a critique of this risk paradigm, and to provide practical guidance for professionals, students and academics on how to move to a more effective way of working with offenders. Divided into three sections, the book provides coverage of topics such as: * The development of risk assessment in criminal justice practice, and its advantages and disadvantages * The significance of risk factor research in understanding and explaining juvenile delinquency - as well as the problems it creates * The argument that the risk paradigm fails to accommodate diversity, further disadvantaging women, ethnic minorities and other marginalized groups * The various ways in which real or imagined risk posed by offenders has been regulated under the risk paradigm, the powerful influence of media reporting,, and ways of moving 'beyond risk' to support successful reintegration of offenders * Ways forward for criminal justice interventions that do not rely on risk, but focus rather on the vitally important aspects of social context, relationships and motivation. With strong links between theory and practice, Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Criminal Justice provides a fresh new direction for criminal justice work.

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2016BookMcIlvorMcNeillTrotter

Big Data Political Campaigning and the Law: Democracy and Privacy in the Age of Micro-Targeting

Janice Richardson, Moira Paterson, Normann Witzleb (Eds.)

2019    264 Pages    (Routledge)

DDC: 342.0858    LCC: K3264.C65

OCLC: 1230503388    ISBN 13: 9780367230548    ISBN 10: 0367230542

Proceedings of "Big Data, Privacy and the Political Process" workshop held in 2018. In this multidisciplinary book, experts from around the globe examine how data-driven political campaigning works, what challenges it poses for personal privacy and democracy, and how emerging practices should be regulated.   The rise of big data analytics in the political process has triggered official investigations in many countries around the world, and become the subject of broad and intense debate. [...]

Proceedings of "Big Data, Privacy and the Political Process" workshop held in 2018.

In this multidisciplinary book, experts from around the globe examine how data-driven political campaigning works, what challenges it poses for personal privacy and democracy, and how emerging practices should be regulated.   The rise of big data analytics in the political process has triggered official investigations in many countries around the world, and become the subject of broad and intense debate. Political parties increasingly rely on data analytics to profile the electorate and to target specific voter groups with individualised messages based on their demographic attributes. Political micro-targeting has become a major factor in modern campaigning, because of its potential to influence opinions, to mobilise supporters and to get out votes. The book explores the legal, philosophical and political dimensions of big data analytics in the electoral process. It demonstrates that the unregulated use of big personal data for political purposes not only infringes voters' privacy rights, but also has the potential to jeopardise the future of the democratic process, and proposes reforms to address the key regulatory and ethical questions arising from the mining, use and storage of massive amounts of voter data.   Providing an interdisciplinary assessment of the use and regulation of big data in the political process, this book will appeal to scholars from law, political science, political philosophy, and media studies, policymakers and anyone who cares about democracy in the age of data-driven political campaigning.

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2019BookPatersonRichardsonWitzleb

Borders and Crime: Pre-crime, mobility and serious harm in an age of globalization.

J. McCulloch, S Pickering (Eds.)

2012    (Palgrave Macmillan)

DDC: 364    LCC: HV6025

OCLC: 1136266670    ISBN 13: 9781137283825    ISBN 10: 1137283823

Proceedings of "Third International Roundtable on Transnational Crime" held in 2009. The collection considers the growing importance of the border as a prime site for criminal justice activity and explores the impact of border policing on human rights and global justice. It covers a range of subjects from e-trafficking, child soldiers, the 'global war on terror' in Africa and police activities that generate crime. [...]

Proceedings of "Third International Roundtable on Transnational Crime" held in 2009.

The collection considers the growing importance of the border as a prime site for criminal justice activity and explores the impact of border policing on human rights and global justice. It covers a range of subjects from e-trafficking, child soldiers, the 'global war on terror' in Africa and police activities that generate crime.

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2012BookMcCullochPickering

Building Sustainable Information Systems

Henry Linger, Julie Fisher, Andrew Barnden, Chris Barry, Michael Lang, Christoph Schneider (Eds.)

2013    (Springer)

DDC: 005.7    LCC: T58.5

OCLC: 805048017    ISBN 13: 9781461475392    ISBN 10: 1461475392

Proceedings of the "21st International Conference on Systems Development" in 2012. ​ Information Systems (IS) as a discipline draws on diverse areas including, technology, organisational theory, management and social science. The field is recognized as very broad and encompassing many themes and areas. However, the development of artefacts, or information systems development (ISD), in the broadest sense, is a central concern of the discipline. Significantly, ISD impacts on the organisational [...]

Proceedings of the "21st International Conference on Systems Development" in 2012. ​

Information Systems (IS) as a discipline draws on diverse areas including, technology, organisational theory, management and social science. The field is recognized as very broad and encompassing many themes and areas. However, the development of artefacts, or information systems development (ISD), in the broadest sense, is a central concern of the discipline. Significantly, ISD impacts on the organisational and societal contexts through the use of the artefacts constructed by the development. Today, that impact also needs to be evaluated in terms of its effects on the environment. Sustainable, or "green," IT is a catch-all term used to describe the development, manufacture, management, use and disposal of ICT in a way that minimizes damage to the environment. As a result, the term has many different meanings, depending on the role assumed in the life span of the ICT artefact. The theme of the proposed work is to critically examine the whole range of issues around ISD from the perspective of sustainability. Sustainable IT is an emerging theme in academic research and industry practice in response to an individual concern for the environment and the embryonic regulatory environments being enacted globally to address the environmental impact of ICT. In this work, we intend to bring together in one volume the diverse research around the development of sustainable IS.

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2013BarndenBarryBookChapterFisherLangLingerSchneider

Burning in the Tail: Implications for a Burst Oscillation Model. The Astrophysical Journal, 871(1)

Frank R. N. Chambers, Anna L. Watts, Laurens Keek, Yuri Cavecchi, and Ferran Garcia

2019    (IOP Publishing)

Proceedings of "Burst Environments, Reactions and Numerical Modelling (BERN18)" held in 2018. The American Astronomical Society, find out more The Institute of Physics, find out more THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE ISOPEN ACCESS Burning in the Tail: Implications for a Burst Oscillation Model Frank R. N. Chambers1, Anna L. Watts1, Laurens Keek2, Yuri Cavecchi3,4, and Ferran Garcia1,5 Published 2019 January 22 • © 2019. The American Astronomical Society. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 871, Number 1 [...]

Proceedings of "Burst Environments, Reactions and Numerical Modelling (BERN18)" held in 2018.

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The Institute of Physics, find out more

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE ISOPEN ACCESS
Burning in the Tail: Implications for a Burst Oscillation Model
Frank R. N. Chambers1, Anna L. Watts1, Laurens Keek2, Yuri Cavecchi3,4, and Ferran Garcia1,5

Published 2019 January 22 • © 2019. The American Astronomical Society.
The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 871, Number 1
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Abstract
Accreting neutron stars (NSs) can exhibit high-frequency modulations, known as burst oscillations, in their light curves during thermonuclear X-ray bursts. Their frequencies can be offset from the spin frequency of the NS (known independently) by several Hz, and can drift by 1–3 Hz. One plausible explanation for this phenomenon is that a wave is present in the bursting ocean that decreases in frequency (in the rotating frame) as the burst cools. The strongest candidate is the buoyant r-mode; however, models for the burning ocean background used in previous studies over-predict frequency drifts by several Hz. Using new background models (which include shallow heating, and burning in the tail of the burst) the evolution of the buoyant r-mode is calculated. The resulting frequency drifts are smaller, in line with observations. This illustrates the importance of accounting for the detailed nuclear physics in these bursts.

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Challenges and Solutions. CIRN Prato Conference 2014

Larry Stillman, Tom Denison, Misita Anwar (Eds.)

2014   

Proceedings of "12th CIRN - “Challenges and Solutions”. Community Informatics Research Network Conference. Challenges and Solutions" held in Prato in 2014. [...]

Proceedings of "12th CIRN - “Challenges and Solutions”. Community Informatics Research Network Conference. Challenges and Solutions" held in Prato in 2014.

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2014AnwarConference proceedingsDenisonStillman

Challenges and Solutions. Community Informatics Research Network Conference 2014. Refereed Papers & Abstracts

2014   

Proceedings of "12th CIRN (13th Prato) - “Challenges and Solutions”. Community Informatics Research Network Conference. Challenges and Solutions" held in 2014. [...]

Proceedings of "12th CIRN (13th Prato) - “Challenges and Solutions”. Community Informatics Research Network Conference. Challenges and Solutions" held in 2014.

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2014CirnConference proceedings

Charlatanism in the 'Age of Reason'. Special issue of the Journal of the Cultural and Social History Society, 3(3), 243-249

Peter Cryle

2006   

Proceedings of the international conference 'Charlatanism in the 'Age of Reason'' held in 2004. [...]

Proceedings of the international conference 'Charlatanism in the 'Age of Reason'' held in 2004.

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2006CryleJournal

Cherry picking: A dubious practice. Around the Globe, 3(2), 17-23.

Rowthorn R.

2006    (Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements)

Proceedings of “Immigration Futures Forum” held in 2006, search.informit.com.au/docu... [...]

Proceedings of “Immigration Futures Forum” held in 2006,

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2006Around the GlobeJournalRowthorn

Children as health advocates in families: assessing the consequences

JaneMaree Maher, Deana Leahy, Jo Lindsay, Claire Tanner, Janice Wright

Proceedings of "Child Health Advocacy: Emerging findings" workshop held in 2017. Widespread public concern with obesity means children are seen as advocates for change in family health practices. This qualitative study examines how health knowledge taken home by primary aged children impacts on children's well-being, family food practices, and family relationships. It investigates the consequences for children and families of primary school healthy eating programs, with particular attention to [...]

Proceedings of "Child Health Advocacy: Emerging findings" workshop held in 2017.

Widespread public concern with obesity means children are seen as advocates for change in family health practices. This qualitative study examines how health knowledge taken home by primary aged children impacts on children's well-being, family food practices, and family relationships. It investigates the consequences for children and families of primary school healthy eating programs, with particular attention to diverse family groups. It uses a multi-method qualitative approach including video diaries, and interviews with children and parents within families. Results will inform and school health and education policy practices, and provide resources for those working on health issues with primary school-aged children and families.

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LeahyLindsayMaherResearch ReportTannerWright

Children, ‘healthy’ food, school and family: the ‘[n]ot really’ outcome of school food messages. Children's Geographies, 18(1), 81-95

JaneMaree Maher, Sian Supski, Jan Wright, Deana Leahy, Jo Lindsay, Claire Tanner

2018    (Online)

Proceedings of "Child Health Advocacy: Emerging findings" workshop held in 2017. doi.org/10.1080/14733285.20... [...]

Proceedings of "Child Health Advocacy: Emerging findings" workshop held in 2017.

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2019JournalLeahyLindsayMaheronlineSupskiTannerWright

China in the World: Migration, Settlement, Diaspora Formations and Transnational Linkages

Loretta Baldassar, Kee Pookong (Eds.)

2015    250 Pages    (McGillQueen's University Press)

DDC: 304.8089951   

OCLC: 949178868    ISBN 13: 9781553393269    ISBN 10: 1553393260

Proceedings of "China in the World" conference held in Prato In September 2011. Leading scholars of Chinese migration around the world gathered in Prato, Italy - home of one of the largest Chinese communities in Europe - for an international conference on the movement of people out of China, their return, and the transnational networks that link migrant Chinese peoples to their homeland. The result of that gathering, this book is an in-depth analysis of one of the largest and most important [...]

Proceedings of "China in the World" conference held in Prato In September 2011.

Leading scholars of Chinese migration around the world gathered in Prato, Italy - home of one of the largest Chinese communities in Europe - for an international conference on the movement of people out of China, their return, and the transnational networks that link migrant Chinese peoples to their homeland. The result of that gathering, this book is an in-depth analysis of one of the largest and most important ongoing diasporas in human history. China in the World delivers a complete assessment of both the history and key contemporary debates relating to Chinese migration and settlement around the world. Each of the chapters examines a particular region that has played a significant role in the development of Chinese diasporas. The authors pay particular attention to the process of integration in host countries as well as the nature of continuing transnational ties to the homeland, and include analysis of generational, gender, and class distinctions. In addition to vibrant case studies and engaging accounts of everyday experiences at personal, family, and community levels, the book also considers the involvement of state governments and their relationships to China. A definitive analysis of relocation and settlement patterns, key issues, and current contexts of the Chinese diaspora, China in the World is a major addition to the scholarship on human migration. Contributors include Daniele Cologna (Insubria University), Evelyn Hu-DeHart (Brown University), Emmanuel Ma Mung Kuang (Universite De Poitiers), Lucia Lo (York University), Gabi Dei Ottati (University of Florence), Yoon Yung Park (Rhodes University), Miri Song (University of Kent), Junko Tajima (Hosei University), and Min Zhou (University of California). [less]

2015BaldassarBookPookong

China’s VAT Reform: Experiences and Lessons Learned, 28(2). International VAT Monitor 147-153; translated and published in Taxation Translation Journal

Shirley (Yinghua) Shen, Richard Krever

2017   

Proceedings of "VAT and Financial Supplies" conference held in 2015. axation Translation Journal by the International Taxation Journal Agency, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, sponsored by the Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Local Taxation. research-repository.uwa.edu... [...]

Proceedings of "VAT and Financial Supplies" conference held in 2015.

axation Translation Journal by the International Taxation Journal Agency, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, sponsored by the Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Local Taxation.

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2017JournalKreverShen

Chinese Migration to Europe: Chinese Migration to Europe: Prato, Italy, and Beyond

Loretta Baldassar, Graeme Johanson, Narelle McAuliffe, Massimo Bressan (Eds.)

2015    (Palgrave Macmillan)

DDC: 304.84051    LCC: JV8701

LCCN: 2015002357    ISBN 13: 9781137400239    ISBN 10: 1137400234

Proceedings of the "4th Chinese in Prato and 2nd Wenzhouese Diaspora" in 2011. Through an analysis of Chinese migration to Europe, this volume examines the most pressing migration and integration issues facing many societies today, from the political and policy-based challenges of managing increasingly diverse communities, to individual lived experiences of identity and belonging. In addition to chapters on the UK, France and Italy, the book spotlights one of the most extraordinary examples of [...]

Proceedings of the "4th Chinese in Prato and 2nd Wenzhouese Diaspora" in 2011.

Through an analysis of Chinese migration to Europe, this volume examines the most pressing migration and integration issues facing many societies today, from the political and policy-based challenges of managing increasingly diverse communities, to individual lived experiences of identity and belonging. In addition to chapters on the UK, France and Italy, the book spotlights one of the most extraordinary examples of Chinese migration to Europe: that provided by the city of Prato, just 20km from Florence in Tuscany, Italy. Renowned for its historic textile industry, Prato is now home to one of the largest populations of Chinese residents in Europe, a phenomenon that is remarkable not only for its magnitude but also for the speed with which it has developed. This edited collection, which brings together twenty-seven separate contributors, deepens our understanding of the case of Prato within the context of Chinese migration to the new Europe.

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2015BaldassarBookBressanJohansonMcAuliffe

Choreographed Pasts: A Historiographic Inquiry into Australian and Indigenous Australian Concert Dance. Australasian Drama Studies 73, 237–75

Luke Forbes

2018    (Australasian Drama Studies)

Proceedings of "Monash Prato HDR Publication Workshop" held in 2018. Mid-twentieth-century concert dances by non-Indigenous Australian choreographers frequently appropriated Aboriginal Australians' image and cultural practices in an imbalanced cultural exchange, and yet dance scholarship construes non-Indigenous Australian-authored 'Aboriginality' as respectful veneration of Aboriginal Australia. Through a historiographical review of dance scholarship on 'Terra Australis' (1946) by Edouard [...]

Proceedings of "Monash Prato HDR Publication Workshop" held in 2018.

Mid-twentieth-century concert dances by non-Indigenous Australian choreographers frequently appropriated Aboriginal Australians' image and cultural practices in an imbalanced cultural exchange, and yet dance scholarship construes non-Indigenous Australian-authored 'Aboriginality' as respectful veneration of Aboriginal Australia. Through a historiographical review of dance scholarship on 'Terra Australis' (1946) by Edouard Borovansky and Corroboree (1954) by Beth Dean, this article challenges speculation about the non-Indigenous Australian choreographers' good intentions and the positive outcomes of their pursuit of 'national identity' (by way of 'Aboriginality'). Moreover, the article seeks to unsettle dance scholars' nationalistic, teleological view of dance history in Australia, which discursively and narratively links non-Indigenous Australian concert dance on Aboriginal Australia to the 'emergence' of Indigenous Australian concert dance - from 'blackface' to Bangarra Dance Theatre - and lays claim to Indigenous Australian dance practices. The author argues that uncritical dance scholarly discourse on cultural appropriation and racialised representation has a negative impact on Indigenous Australian dancers and choreographers today, because the very concepts of 'Aboriginality' and 'Indigenous Australian concert dance' are used to further marginalise Indigenous Australians.

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2018ForbesJournal

Circular migration between China and Canada: A focus on the ‘return’ segment. Around the Globe, 3(2), 45-47.

Yih Teo S.

2006    (Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements)

Proceedings of “Immigration Futures Forum” held in 2006, search.informit.com.au/docu... [...]

Proceedings of “Immigration Futures Forum” held in 2006,

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2006Around the GlobeJournalYih Teo
 
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