Faculty of Arts and Education

Centre for Citizenship, Development and Human Rights


Publications by CCDHR staff

Stan van Hooft (2011), Acumen Publishing, UK.

Developing Communities for the Future
Kenny Susan (2010), Cengage Learning, Australia

Challenging Capacity Building: Comparative Perspectives (Rethinking International Development)
Sue Kenny and Matthew Clarke (eds), (2010), Palgrave Macmillan, London

Political Parties and Democracy: Volume III: Post Soviet and Asian Political Parties, (2010) Kay Lawson, general editor; volume editors, Baogang He, Anatoly Kulik and Kay Lawson, Praeger Publishers, Santa Barbra, California

Rebellion and Reform in Indonesia: Jakarta's security and autonomy, Policies in Aceh, (2010) Michelle Miller, Routledge, London and New York

Where are You From? Voices in transition, (2010) Margaret Kumar, Heather D'Cruz, Niranjala Weerakkody (eds), The Social Sciences

Questioning Cosmopolitanism, (2010) Stan Van Hooft and W. Vandekerckhove. Springer

Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Matthew Clarke, Ismet Fanany and Sue Kenny, (eds) (2010) Earthscan, United Kingdom.

Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalisation, Ommundsen, W., Leach, M., Vandenberg, A. (eds). (2010) Cresskill, New Jersey, Hampton Press.

Human Rights from Below: Achieving rights through community development, Ife, J., (2009), Cambridge University Press, Australia.

A Century of influence; the Australian Student Christian Movement 1896-1996, Howe, R., (2009), UNSW Press,

Youth Identity and Migration, Mansouri, F., (2009), Common Ground Publishing, Melbourne

Building Bridges : Creating a culture of diversity, Mansouri, F., Jenkins, L., Leach, M., Walsh, L. (2009), Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic.

East Timor: The Price of Liberty, Kingsbury, D. (2009), Palgrave, New York.

The Millennium Development Goals and Beyond: International Assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Feeny, S. and Clarke, M (2009), Palgrave-MacMillian, London.

Testifying to the Holocaust, Australian Association of Jewish Studies, Maclean, P., Langfield, M., Abramowich, D., (eds), (2008), Sydney.

Global Citizens: Australian Activists for Change, Stokes, G., Pitty, R., Smith, G. (ed.) (2008), Cambridge University Press.

Four is odd Five is even: The cognitive framework of Malay proverbs, Fanany, I., Fanany, R. (2008), Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Democratic Theory: Predicament and Transcendence, He, B. (2008), China’s Law Press, Beijing.

Deliberative Democracy: Theory, Method and Practice, He, B. (2008), China’s Social Science Publishers, Beijing.

Political Islam and Human Security, Mansouri, F. and Akbarzade, S. (eds.) (2008), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, London, pp.312.

Democratic Theory: Predicament and Transcendence, Beijing, He, B., (2008) Democratic Theory: Predicament and Transcendence, Beijing: China’s Law Press.

Deliberative Democracy: Theory, Method and Practice, Beijing
He, B., (2008) Deliberative Democracy: Theory, Method and Practice, Beijing: China’s Social Science Publishers.

Identity, Education and Belonging: Arab and Muslim youth in contemporary Australia, Mansouri,F., and Percival Wood, S., (2008), Melbourne University Press.

Post-Kyoto: Designing the Next International Climate Change Protocol, Clarke, M. (2008), Nova Publishing, New York.

Human Rights in Asia: A Reassessment of the Asian Values Debate. Kingsbury D. and Avonius L. (2008), Routledge, Abingdon, New York.

Questioning Cosmopolitanism (2008) Papers from second biennial conference of the International Global Ethics Association, Melbourne.

International Development: Issues and challenges. Damien Kingsbury, John McKay, Janet Hunt, Mark McGillivray, Matthew Clarke (2008). Palgrave Macmillan.

Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific: Studies using the genuine progress indicator. (Eds) Philip Lawn & Matthew Clarke (2008). Published by Edward Elgar Inc. USA.

Recognition in Politics: Theory, Policy and Practice, (eds). Connolly, J., Leach, M. and Walsh, L., Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

Trends in Australian Political Opinion: Results from the Australian Election Study, 1987-2007. Ian McAllister and Juliet Clark. Australian Social Science Data Archive. 2007. Available at http://assda.anu.edu.au

Trends in Australian Political Opinion: Results from the Australian Election Study, 1987-2004. Ian McAllister and Juliet Clark. Australian Social Science Data Archive, 2007.

Islam and Political Violence: Muslim Diaspora and Radicalism in the West, edited by Shahram Akbarzadeh and Fethi Mansouri. Published by Tauris Academic Studies, London, New York, 2007.

Political Development. Author: Damien Kingsbury. Published by Routledge 2007.

East Timor: Beyond Independence. A series of monographs (eds) Damien Kingsbury and Michael Leach. Published by the Centre of Southeast Asian Studies 2007.

Rural Democracy in China: The Role of Village Elections
Baogang He. (2007). New York: Palgrave.

Federalism in Asia
Baogang He. (2007). (co-editor with Brian Galligan and Takashi Inoguchi), Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom.

Australia and the Middle East: A front-line relationship, (ed) Fethi Mansouri, 2006, published by Palgrave Macmillan

Developing Communities for the Future. Author: Susan Kenny, 3rd edition, 2006, published by Thomson

Political Islam and Human Security, (eds) Fethi Mansouri and Shahram Akbarzadeh, Cambridge Scholars Press, London, 2006.

Peace in Aceh: A Personal Account of the Helsinki Peace Process. Author: Damien Kingsbury, published by PT Equinox Publishing Indonesia, 2006

Violence In Between: Conflict and security in Archipelagic Southeast Asia, Damien Kingsbury (ed) jointly published by the Monash Asia Institute and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2005.

The Politics of Indonesia. Author: Damien Kingsbury, 3rd edition, 2005, published by Oxford University Press.

South-East Asia: A Political Profile. Author: Damien Kingsbury, 2nd edition, 2005, published by Oxford University Press

Lives in Limbo: Voices of refugees under temporary protection. Authors: Michael Leach & Fethi Mansouri, UNSW Press, 2004.

Indonesia’s Struggle: Jemaah Islamiyah and the Soul of Islam. Author: Greg Barton, July 2004.
‘Key Issues in Development’, by Damien Kingsbury co-authored with Remnyi, J, McKay, J and Hunt, J. Palgrave, London and New York, April 2004.

What is Australia upagainst?: Jemaah Islamiyah and the fight for the hearts and minds of Indonesia, by Greg Barton, 2004.

Critical Perspectives on Refugee Policy in Australia (eds) Michael Leach and Fethi Mansouri, Deakin University, Melbourne, June 2003. (available online http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts/ccdhr/rsg/CPORPA_contents.php)

Power Politics and the Indonesian Military’. Author: Damien Kingsbury, Routledge Curzon, London, New York and Toronto, April 2003.

Autonomy and Disintegration in Indonesia. Author: Damien Kingsbury and Harry Aveling, Routledge Curzon, London, 2002

Abdurrahman Wahid, Muslim, Democrat, Indonesian President - A View from the Inside. Author: Greg Barton, Sydney UNSW Press, April 2002

Politics of Social Exclusion: Refugees on Temporary Protection Visa in Victoria. Author: Fethi Mansouri, Melek Bagdas, Deakin University, 2002

The Politics of Indonesia. Author: Damien Kingsbury, second edition, Melbourne Oxford Press 2002

Rhetorics of Welfare: Uncertainty, Choice and Voluntary Associations
Authors: Kevin Brown, Susan Kenny, Bryan Turner and John Prince, Macmillan, 2000

Citizenship and Democracy in a Global Era
Author: Andrew Vandenberg, Macmillan, 2000

Searching for Social Advantage: What has happened to the ‘Social Dividend’ for Victorians?
Authors: Linda Hancock with Sally Cowling, Women’s Audit Project, Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, 1999

Privatising Youth Detention: A Roundtable
Authors: Linda Hancock and Sandy Cook, Centre for Public Policy , University of Melbourne and School of Law & Legal Studies, La Trobe University, 1999

Analysing Health Policy
Author: Linda Hancock, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1999.

Women, Public Policy and the State
(ed) Linda Hancock, Macmillan, Melbourne

Developing Communities for the Future - Community Development in Australia
Author: Susan Kenny, Nelson, Melbourne, Second Edition, 1999

Proceedings of the Conference Community, Citizenship & Enterprise Culture
ANZTSR, hosted by the Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, June 1998

Proceedings of the Conference Politics of Democracy and Citizenship
Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, June 1996

Proceedings of the Conference Labour, Rights & Globalisation
Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, December 1996

Theories of International Relations
Authors: Scott Burchill and Andrew Linklater, Macmillan, London 1996

Australia in the World
Authors: Scott Burchill, Gary Smith and Dave Cox, Oxford University Press, Melbourne 1996

'Nahdlatul Ulama, Traditional Islam and Modernity in Indonesia
Authors: Greg Barton and Greg Fealy, Monash Asia Institute

Democracy and Markets in the New World Order
Noam Chomsky’s 1995 Arts Faculty Lecture, Deakin University, 1995. Audio tape and video tape available

Proceedings of the Conference Labour, Unemployment and Democratic Rights
(ed) Ray Jureidini, Labour and Industry, and Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, 1995

Proceedings of the Conference Citizenship & Transgression
(ed) Andrew Linklater, Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, 1995

Citizenship: Critical Concepts
Author: Bryan Turner, Peter Hamilton. Routledge, 1994

Developing Communities for the Future: Community Development in Australia
Author: Susan Kenny, Nelson, 1994

Difference and Tolerance: Human Rights in Southeast Asia
(ed) Damien Kinsbury and Greg Barton, Deakin University Press 1994

The Contract State: Public Management and the Kennett Government
(eds) John Alford and Deirdre O’Neill, Deakin University Press 1994

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