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Index

81 He, Baogang, (2008) ‘Human Rights in China’

80 Questioning Cosmopolitanism. (2008) Papers (25 papers on CD) from the second biennial conference of the International Global Ethics Association.

79 Brown, Kevin.(2007). The hidden stigmas of chronic illness: notes on the design of testing knowledge of and attitudes towards long-term illness in Australia.

78 Delanty, Gerard. (2006). European Citizenship: A Critical Assessment. Paper presented to the International Advisory Board Seminars, Citizenship and Globalisation Research Priority Area, Deakin University.

77 Engin F. Isin and Bryan S. Turner. (2006). Reclaiming Citizenship: The contradictions between citizen and human rights. Paper presented to the International Advisory Board Seminars, Citizenship and Globalisation Research Priority Area, Deakin University.

76 McCulloch, Jude (2005) (In)security in the age of globalisation: human precariousness in the move from welfare to warfare state, presented at the Security Workshop, 28 February 2005

75 Brown, Kevin, (2005). Comparative Dimensions of Active Citizenship.

74 Considine, Mark. Hancock, Linda. Howe, Brian. Ziguras, Stephen. (2005). From Risk to Opportunities: Labor markets in transitions.

73 Kenny, Sue. (2005). Human Rights and Community Development Issues, presented at the 'Human rights and Development' Workshop, Deakin University.

72 Piper, Chris.(2005). Key Human Rights In The Humanitarian Sector, presented at the 'Human rights and Development ' Workshop, Deakin University.

71 Kingsbury, Damien. (2005). Development and the Military: The TNI in Ace, presented at the 'Human rights and Development' Workshop, Deakin University.

70 Alice, Lynne. (2005). Military Humanitarianism: Upholding human rights in situations of post-conflict reconstruction, presented at the ‘Human rights and Development’ Workshop, Deakin University.

69 Downer, Alexander. (2004). Australia : A resolute friend of Iraq , paper presented at the ‘ Iraq and the Challenges for Human Rights’ symposium, Melbourne Art’s Centre.

68 Al-Shahristani, Hussain. (2004). Historical Overview on Human Rights Abuses and Constitutional Guarantees for Human Rights in the New Iraq, paper presented at the ‘Iraq and the Challenges for Human Rights’ symposium, Melbourne Art’s Centre.

67 Al-Khudairi, Salma. (2004). Women’s Empowerment in Arab States: With particular focus on Iraq , paper presented at the ‘ Iraq and the Challenges for Human Rights’ symposium, Melbourne Art’s Centre.

66 Kingsbury, D. (2004). Politics and Islam in Aceh paper, Deakin University.

65 Kenny, S. (2004) ‘Risk and contemporary life’ paper presented at Professorial Lecture.

64 Kingsbury, Damien. (2003). Acheh, Nationalism and Islam (introduction and paper), presented at the ‘Political Islam in Indonesia’, conference organised by the Melbourne Indonesia Consortium, at Melbourne University.

63 Nur Djuli, Muhamad, (2003). Acheh, Nationalism and Islam, paper presented at the‘Political Islam in Indonesia’, conference, Melbourne University.

62. Turner, B.S. (2002) 'Sovereignty and Emergency. Political Theory, Islam and American Conservatism' Theory Culture and Society 19(4): 103-19

61. Turner, B.S. (2002) 'Cosmopolitan Virtue, Globalization and Patriotism' Theory Culture and Society 19(1-2): 45-64.

60. Turner, B.S. (2003) 'Strong Aesthetic/Weak Structreandquot; the sociology of cultural resistance to globalisation'

59. Turner, B.S. (1994) 'Orientalism and the Problem of Civil Society in Islam', in Turner, B.S. Orientalism, Postmodernism and Globalism. Routeledge, London, pp.20-35

58 Bryan B.S. (2003) 'Review Article - Class, generation and Islamism: towards a global sociology of political Islam', British Journal of Sociology, Vol. 54, Issue No.1, pp.139-47

57 Barton, G (2003) One Year On: Megawati in Denial Over Extent of JI. The Australian Financial Review.

56 Burchill, S (2003) Bali 12 months on - refusing to understand? The Age.

55 Kingsbury, D (2002) Australian Support for the Military is a Mistake, paper presented at public forum, Melbourne, The Bali Bombing in Perspective.

54 McCulloch, J. (2002) Counter-Terrorism and Human Security: Fallout from the Bali Bombing, paper presented at public forum, Melbourne, The Bali Bombing in Perspective.

53 Barton, G (2002) Why Indonesia Did Nothing, paper presented at public forum, Melbourne, The Bali Bombing in Perspective.

52 Burchill, S (2202) The Revolt Against the West Closes In, paper presented at public Forum, Melbourne, The Bali Bombing in Perspective.

51 McCulloch, J. (2002) Globalisation, terror and the Militarisation of Law Enforcement, paper presented at The War on Terrorism: Democracy Under Challenge Conference, Victorian Trades Hall council.

50 McCulloch, J. (2002) War at Home: Spies, September 11 and the Militarisation of Everyday Life, paper presented at the andquot;city/state: Flow/capture/control/ruptureandquot; Forum.

49 McCulloch, J. (2001) The New McCarthyism, article published in Overland Magazine, Vol

48 Leat, D. (2001) Foundations, Givers, Governance and Accountability: Key Findings, refereed conference paper from Charitable Foundations, Governance and Accountability Conference, Deakin University.

47 Hooper, A. (2000) In the Eye of the Storm: Community Development Responses to Enterprise Culture, refereed conference paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

46 Leat, D. (2000) Making Partnerships Work: Typologies and Conditions, refereed conference paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

45 Onyx, J. (2000) Partnership: Beyond the State, refereed conference paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

44 Prince, J. (2000) Voluntary Associations in the Public Sphere: Some Preliminary Findings, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

43 O'Toole, K. (2000) Local to Local: Interpretations of Globalisation in Sister City Relationships, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

42 Rogers, M., Baker, J. (2000) Community Leadership Programs and the Government: A Partnership for Community Renewal, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

41 Hanley, P. (2000) Third Sector and State Partnerships: Perspectives from the New Zealand Community Sector, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

40 Dekker, P. (2000) Nonprofits in the Netherlands: From Partnership to Self-Abandonment, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

39 Kenny, S. (2000) Overview of Third Sector and State Partnerships: Unpacking the Discourses and Practices, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

38 Earles, W. (2000) Challenging Notions of Coherence, Stability and Capacity within Sectors: A Prelude to a Dialogue on New and Different Forms of Third Sector and State Sector Relations, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

37 Vandenberg, A. (1999) The Civilising Activity of Politics: Democracy and Democratisation, refereed paper from Civilising the State: Civil Society, Policy and State Transformation Conference, Deakin University.

36 Fine, B. (1999) The Political Economist's Tale: Or, if Globalisation, (Welfare) State Versus Market and Social Capital are the Answers, do we have the Right Questions? refereed paper from Civilising the State: Civil Society, Policy and State Transformation Conference, Deakin University.

35 Tazreiter, C. (1999) Non-Government Organisations as Potential Sites of Power in a Decentred World: The Case of Refugee NGOs in Australia, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

34 Mansouri, F (1999) The Potential for Civil Society in the Middle East: Historical Precedents and Post-Colonial Trends, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

33 Casey, J. and Trofymowych, D. Civil Police in Evolving Democracies: New Paradigms in Relationships between Police and Civil Society? refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

32 Kopra, K. (1999) Globality and Global Corporatism - New Challenges to Democracy and Citizenship, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

31 Brown, K. (1999) Consumer Citizenship and the Development of Welfare, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

30 O'Toole, K. (1999) Think Global and Act Local and What do you Get?: The Experience of Small Towns in South West Victoria, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

29 Prior, W. (1999) Preserving the Past or Framing the Future? Or Perhaps just our Civic Duty?
refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

28 Van Krieken, R. (1999) Governance, Law and Civilisation, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

27 Greer, L., Reis, J., Lockie, S. (1999) Taking a Byte out of the Bulls Balls! Is there an Udder Way? Regional Identity in the Global Market, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

26 Lyons, L. (1999) Emerging Civil Society, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

25 Clifford, R. (1999) Inventing Civil Society: Understanding Indonesian Discourses on Civil Society, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

24 Stockwell, S. (1999) Citizens of the Media: Civic Responsibilities in a Global Society, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

23 Kenny, S. (1999) Deflect and Audit: The State and Third Sector Organisations, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

22 Phillips, R. (1999) The Rise of Corporate Citizenship and its Implications for 'New Governance' - From Domestic to Global Influences, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

21 Slaughter, S. (1999) The State in an Era of Shadowy Governance, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

20 Wearing, M., Smyth, P., Sotori, M. (1999) Resisting the Global, Remaking the Social?; Framing Ethical Partnerships in Contracted Human Services, refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

19 White, P. (1999) The Kurds and Citizenship - How Relevant? refereed paper from Third Sector and State Partnerships Conference, Deakin University.

18 Reznitchenko, L. (1998) Crisis Trust and Civil Society in Russia, paper presented at conference, Deakin University.

17 Dorward, D. (1996) South Africa: Concepts of Democracy and Citizenship in a Plural Society, refereed paper presented at Democracy and Citizenship Conference, Deakin University.

16 Turner, B. (1996) Contemporary Citizenship Theory, refereed paper presented at Democracy and Citizenship Conference, Deakin University.

15 Vandenberg, A. (1996) Definitions of Democracy, refereed paper presented at Democracy and Citizenship Conference, Deakin University.

14 Dabscheck, B. (1996) Human Rights and Industrial Relations, refereed paper presented to Labour Rights and Globalisation Conference, Deakin University.

13 Burchill, S. (1996) Free Trade and Labour Right, refereed paper presented to Labour Rights and Globalisation Conference, Deakin University.

12 Burgess, J., Macdonald, D. (1996) Globalisation and Labour Standards in Australia, refereed paper presented to Labour Rights and Globalisation Conference, Deakin University.

11 Arup, C. (1996) Access to Communications Media as an Interface Between Globalisation and Justice, refereed paper presented to Labour Rights and Globalisation Conference, Deakin University.

10 Manning C. (1996) Does Globalisation Undermine Labour Standards? refereed paper presented to Labour Rights and Globalisation Conference, Deakin University.

9 Linklater, A. (1995) Citizenship and Sovereignty in the Post-Westphalian State, paper presented to Citizenship and Transgression Conference, Deakin University.

8 Christoff, P. (1994) Ecological Citizens and Ecologically Guided Democracy, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

7Clegg, S. (1994) Concepts of Power and the Dissolution of Political Boundaries, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

6 Davidson, A. (1994) The Citizen Who Does Not Belong: Multiculturalism, Citizenship and Democracy, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

5 Genocchio, B. (1994) Powerlines Within The Palace: Said, Bhabha and the Politics of Difference, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

4 Newton Hewitt, J. (1994) Hope, Imagination, and the Making of Democratic Society: Theology as Critical Theory in the Work of Reinhold Niebuhr, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

3 Pixley, J. (1994) Market Action or Social Action: Competing Versions of Citizenship, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

2 Turner, B. (1994) Extending Democracy/Expanding Citizenship, refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

1 Watts, R. (1994) Employment, Welfare and Citizenship: Link or Riddle? refereed paper presented to Extending Democracy Conference, Deakin University.

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