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This page contains archived publications from 2005.
The National Interest in International Relations Theory
On feminism and nationalism: Kartini's Letters to Stella Zeehandelaar 1899 - 1903, (trans and introduction) Revised edition
Samurai in the Surf
Welsh Patagonians: the Australian Connection
Dance of the Nomad. A Study of the Selected Notebooks of A.D. Hope
Liberty Beyond Neo-Liberalism: A Republican Critique of Liberal Governance in a Globalising Age
Streetwise Asia – A Practical Guide
Islands in the Stream: Australia and Japan Face Globalisation
Traversing the Fantasy: Critical Responses to Slavoj Zizek
Theories of International Relations
Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture & Postcolonial Identities
Antologi Lengkap Cerpen
Multiculturalism in Asia
Violence in Between: security issues in archipelagic South-East Asia
South East Asia: A Political Profile
The Politics of Indonesia
Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked
Alomes, S. (2005), 'Insecure Times: A Comparable Couple Face Global Pressures', in S. Alomes (ed.) Islands in the Stream: Australia and Japan Face Globalisation, Maribyrnong Press, Australia, pp. 1-18.
Alomes, S. (2005) 'The Barbarian Invasion: ABC TV Sports News and the Battle Against Sydney Centrification', in R. Hess, M. Nicholson and B. Stewart (eds.) Football Fever: Crossing Boundaries, Maribyrnong Press, Australia, pp. 147-158.
Alomes, S. (2005) 'Globalising Festivals of Consumerism: Halloween in Australia, France and Japan', in S. Alomes (ed.) Islands in the Stream: Australia and Japan Face Globalisation, Maribyrnong Press, Australia, pp. 61-78.
Burchill, S. and Linklater, A. (2005) 'Introduction: Frameworks of analysis', in S. Burchill et.al., Theories of International Relations, 3rd Edition, Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire, UK and New York, USA , pp. 1-28.
Burchill, S. (2005) 'Liberalism', in S. Burchill et.al., Theories of International Relations, , Palgrave Macmillan, UK and New York, USA, pp. 55-83.
Clemens, J. (2005) 'The Politics of Style in the Works of Slavoj Zizek', in G. Boucher, J. Glynos and M. Sharpe, Traversing the Fantasy: Critical Responses to Slavoj Zizek, Ashgate Publishing Ltd A, England and USA, pp. 3-22.
Clemens, J. (2005) 'Art-Theory-Machine-Place, A Short Ride in a Fast Machine' Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces 1985 - 2005, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces in conjunction with Black Inc, pp. 185-187.
Cote, J. (2005) 'Romancing the Indies: The literary construction of Tempo Doeloe. 1880-1930', in J. Coté and L. Westerbeek (eds.), Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture & Postcolonial Identities, Aksant Academic Publishers, Netherlands, pp. 133-172.
Cote, J. (2005), 'Memory and History, Community and Nation: Telling the Story of the Indisch Dutch in Australia', in J. Coté and L. Westerbeek (eds.), Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture & Postcolonial Identities, Aksant Academic Publishers, Netherlands, pp. 9-27.
Fahey, J., Bullen, E. and Kenway, J. (2005), 'A Taste for Science: Inventing the Young in the National Interest, in D. Bell and J. Hollows (eds.). Ordinary Lifestyles: Popular Media', Consumption and Taset, Open University Press, England, pp. 200-213.
He, B. (2005), 'Minority Rights with Chinese Characteristics', Multiculturalism in Asia, Oxford University Press, USA, pp. 56-79.
Howe, R. (2005), 'The Spirit of Melbourne: 1960s Urban Activism in Inner-city Melbourne', in S, O'Hanlon and T, Luckins (eds), Go! Melbourne: Melbourne in the Sixties, Melbourne Publishing Group Pty Ltd, Australia pp. 218-230,
Howe, R., Cregan, C. and Grimshaw, P. (2005), 'Migrant Women Workers and their Families in Victoria: Two Social Surveys, 1975 and 2001', in P, Grimshaw, B, Probert and J, Murphy (eds.), Double Shift: Working Mothers and Social Change in Australia, Melbourne Publishing Group Pty Ltd, Australia pp. 70-85.
Kingsbury, D. (2005) 'East Timor Border Security', in D, Kingsbury, Violence in Between: Conflict and Security in Archipelagic Southeast Asia, Monash University Press and ISEAS Publications, Australia and Singapore, pp. 277-297.
Kingsbury, D. (2005) 'Instability in archipelagic Southeast Asia', in D, Kingsbury, Violence in Between: Conflict and security in archipelagic Southeast Asia, Monash University Press and ISEAS Publications, Australia and Singapore , pp. 127-153.
Kingsbury, D. (2005) 'Introduction', in D, Kingsbury, Violence in Between: Conflict and security in archipelagic Southeast Asia, Monash University Press and ISEAS Publications, Australia and Singapore pp. 1-8.
Kingsbury, D. and Fernandes, C. (2005) 'Terrorism in archipelagic Southeast Asia', in D, Kingsbury, Violence in Between: Conflict and security in archipelagic Southeast Asia, Monash University Press and ISEAS Publications, Australia and Singapore, pp. 9-52.
Langfield. M, (2005), 'Detention Centres: Australia' in Prem Poddar and David Johnson (eds.), A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp.119-120.
Logan, W., (2005) 'Hoa Lo: A Vietnamese Approach to Conserving Places of Pain and Injustice' in N. Garnham and K. Jeffery (eds.). Culture, Place and Identity, University College Dublin Press, 152-160.
Long, C. (2005) 'Bringing the Game into Disrepute - Moral Panics in Football in Contemporary Melbourne',in Colin Long, Kate Shaw and, Claire Merlo (eds.). Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked Australian Scholarly Publishing, Australia , pp. 174-191.
Long, C. (2005) 'How We Learned to Love the City Again', ,in Colin Long, Kate Shaw and, Claire Merlo (eds.).Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Australia , pp. 174-191.
Long, C. (2005) 'Introduction: Melbourne Unmasked', ,in Colin Long, Kate Shaw and, Claire Merlo (eds.). Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Australia, pp. 1-19.
Long, C. (2005) 'What is to be Done with the Heritage of Communism? The Uses of Heritage in Post-Communist and Transitional-Communist Societies', in L, Schmidt and H, von Preuschen. (eds.), On Both Sides of the Wall: Preserving Monuments and Sites of the Cold War Era, Westkreuz-Verlag GmbH, Germany, pp. 105-107.
Lowe, D. (2005) 'Australia's Cold War: Britishness and English-speaking Worlds Challenged Anew', in P, Buckner and D, Francis (eds.), Rediscovering the British World, University of Calgary Press, Canada, pp. 361-380.
Mansouri, F (2005), 'Agreement Morphology in Arabic as a Second Language: Typological Features and their Processing Implications'. in M. Pienemann (ed), Cross-linguistic Aspects of Processability Theory. John Benjamins Publishers: Amsterdam, pp117-153.
Mansouri. F, (2005), 'Citizenship, Identity and Belonging in Contemporary Australia'. in S. Akbarzadeh & S. Yasmeen (eds), Islam and the West: Reflections from Australia, UNSW Press, 114-132.
Mavis. R, and Bradford. C (2005) 'Home, Homelessness, and Liminal Spaces: the Uses of Postcolonial Theory for Reading (National) Children's Literature', in E, O'Sullivan, K., Reynolds, and R, Romoren. (eds.), Children's Literature Global and Local: Social and Aesthetic Perspectives, Oslo, Novus Press, pp. 200-217.
Ommundsen, W. (2005), 'Behind the Mirror: Searching for the Chinese-Australian Self', in C, Ferrall, P, Millar and K, Smith (eds.), East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination, Victoria University Press, Wellington, New Zealand, pp. 405-421.
Ommundsen, W. (2005) 'Sleep No More: Ouyang Yu's Wake-up Call to Multicultural Australia', in T, Khoo and K, Louie, .Culture, Identity, Commodity: Diasporic Chinese Literatures in English , Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, China, pp. 231-251.
O'Toole, K. (2005) 'Local Government and Governance in Victoria: Challenges for Community Participation', in R, Eversole and J, Martin, Participation and Governance in Regional Development: Global Trends in an Australian Context, Ashgate Publishing Limited, England and USA, pp. 279-292.
Sharpe, M. (2005) 'What's Left in Zizek? The Antinomies of Zizek's Sociopolitical Reason', in G. Boucher, J. Glynos and M. Sharpe, Traversing the Fantasy: Critical Responses to Slavoj Zizek, Ashgate Publishing Ltd - England and USA, England and USA, pp. 147-168.
Sheehan, M. (2005,) 'Super Size Me:A Comparative Analysis of Responses to Crisis by McDonald's US and McDonald's Australia' in Galloway Kwansah-Aidoo (ed), Public Relations Issues and Crisis Management, Thomson, Melbourne, pp. 67-81.
Slaughter, S. (2005) 'The Republican State: An Alternative Foundation for Global Environmental Governance', in J, Barry and R, Eckersley (eds.), The State and the Global Ecological Crisis, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts pp. 207-227.
Stokes, G. (2005) 'Transnational Citizenship and the Problem of Public Culture', in T, Battin, A Passion for Politics: Essays in Honour of Graham Maddox,, Longman/Pearson Eduction Australia, Australia, pp. 155-166.
van Hooft, S. (2005) 'Socratic Dialogue as Collegial Reasoning', in N, Sanitt (ed.), Motivating Science: Science communication from a philosophical, educational and cultural perspective, Luton, The Pantaneto Press, pp.217-228.
Walker, D. (2005) 'The curse of the tropics', in T, Sherratt, T, Griffiths and L, Robin (eds.), A Change in the Weather: Climate and Culture in Australia, National Museum of Australia Press, Australia , pp. 92-101.
Walker, D. (2005) 'Godless Heathen: China in the American Bestseller', in C, Ferrall, P, Millar and K, Smith (eds.), East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination, Victoria University Press, Wellington, New Zealand , pp. 136-155.
Walker, D. (2005) 'White Australia Policy', in P, Poddar and D, Johnson (eds.), A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literature in English, Edinburgh University Press Ltd, Edinburgh, pp. 484-485.
Young, L. (2005) 'Improving: Art in the Service of Industry', Graeme Davison (ed.) Yesterday's Tomorrows: the Powerhouse Museum and its Precursors 1880- 2005, Powerhouse Publishing/UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 110-123.
Alomes, S. (2005) ‘Reconciling Celebrations: Memory, Unity and People in a Global World, 1901, 1951, 2001’, Reconciliations, API Network, Australia pp. 75-92.
Batten, J.and Fetherston, T. (eds) (2005), ‘Asian Pacific Financial Markets in Comparative Perspective’, Contemporary Studies in Economics and Financial Analysis, Volume 87, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam Netherlands.
Beattie, K. (2005) ‘It's Not Only Rock and Roll: 'Rockumentary', Direct Cinema and Performative Display’, Australasian Journal of American Studies, Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association, Australia, Vol 24, No 2, pp. 21-41.
Bradford, C. (2005) ‘”They went home”: Racialised spaces in contemporary picture books’, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Journal, University of Queensland, Australia, Issue 1, 2005, pp. 86-95.Clemens, J. (2005) ‘Doubles or Nothing: The problem of binding truth to being in the work of Alain Badiou’, Filozofski Vestnik, Zalzba Z R C Press, Slovenia , Vol 26, No 2, pp. 97-111.
Goddard, T. (2005). ‘Corporate citizenship: Creating social capacity in developing countries’. Development in Practice, Vol. 15, No. 3/4, pp.433-438.
Goddard, T. (2005). ‘Expanding the role for occupational therapy: Becoming political in the corporate sector’. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol 59, No. 2, pp. 225-230.
Goodrich, R. (2005) ‘Ruminations on War, Culture War’, Double Dialogues Culture Wars: Art & Industry, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, Summer 2005/06, Issue 3, pp. 1-5.
Hancock, L. (2005) ‘Living Precariously: The Struggle for Social and Economic Citizenship’, Just Policy: A Journal of Australian Social Policy, Victorian Council of Social Service, Australia, Edition 37, September 2005, pp. 5-7.
Higgins, C.P. (2005). ‘Profits and Principles: A critical discourse analysis’. In L. Ryan and J Lodgson (Eds.). Proceedings of the 16th annual meeting of the International Association of Business and Society.
Kenny, S. (2005) ‘Terrify and Control: The Politics of Risk Society’, Social Alternatives: Humanitarian Intervention, University of Queensland, Australia, Vol 24, No 3, pp. 50-54.
Kirby, B. (2005) ‘Just Give Me Someone Who Can Hit the Ground Running’: An Investigation into the Job-Ready Public Relations Graduate, the Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp. 85-96.
Langfield, M. (2005), Review of Barbara J. Messamore (ed.), Canadian Migration Patterns from Britain and North America, Ottawa University Press, Ottawa, 2004, in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol. 33, no. 2, May, pp.286- 288.
Logan, W. (2005) ‘Museums, Community Identity and Urban Heritage’, Queensland Review, University of Queensland Press, Australia, Vol 12, No 1, pp. 27-35
Lowe, D. and Smith, G. (2005) ‘Howard, Downer and the Liberals’ Realist Tradition’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, Blackwell Publishing Asia, Australia, Vol 51, No 3, pp. 459-472.
Mansouri, F (2005), ‘Race, Identity and Education Achievements Among Arab-Australian Students’. International Journal of Learning, Common Ground Publishers. Volume 11, ISSN 1447-9540 (Online) www.Learning-Journal.com .
Mansouri, F. and Duffy, L. (2005) ‘The Pedagogic Effectiveness of Developmental Readiness in ESL Grammar Instruction’, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, Australia,Vol 28, No 1, pp. 81-99.
Mansouri, F. and Trembath. A, (2005), ‘Multicultural education and racism: The Case of Arab-Australian Students in Contemporary Australia’. International Education Journal. Volume 6(4), 516-529.
Ommundsen, W. (2005) ‘If it’s Tuesday, this must be Jane Austen’: Literary tourism and the heritage industry, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, Vol 9, No 2, pp. 74-84, School of Arts, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia
Ommundsen, W. (2005) Introduction: TEXT Special Issue: Literature and Public Culture, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, School of Arts, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia,Vol 9, No 2, pp. 1-5.
Parsons, E. and Bullen, E. (2005) Cultural Orienteering: A Map for Anthony Browne's Into the Forest, Bookbird: A Journal of International Children's Literature, University of Toranto Press, Canada, Vol 43, No 3, pp. 8-17.
Sharpe, M. (2005) ‘A Few Good Men: Psychoanalysis, Abu Ghraib and (the) American Right’, Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, United Kingdom, 10, pp. 168-185.
Sharpe, M. (2005) 'Critique' as Technology of the Self, Foucault Studies, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, No 2, November 2005, pp. 97-116.
Sharpe, M. (2005) Is there a Minority Report?, or: What is Subjectivity?, Other Voices: the (e)Journal of Cultural Criticism, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Vol 2, No 3 (January 2005), pp. 4-14.
Sharpe, M. (2005) The Jargon of Alterity, AntiTHESIS, University of Melbourne, Australia ,Vol 15, 2005, pp. 128-146.
Walker, D. (2005) Nervous Outsiders: Australia and the 1955 Asia-Africa Conference in Bandung, Australian Historical Studies, University of Melbourne, Australia, Vol 37, No 125, April 2005, pp. 40-59.
Walker, D. (2005) Pressing Sorrows: On the Australian exile of German economist Kurt Singer, MEANJIN: Beautiful Minds, Meanjin Company Ltd, Australia,Vol 64, No 3, 2005, pp. 134-140.
Walker, D. (2005) Shooting Mabel: Warrior Masculinity and Asian Invasion (Article 89), History Australia, Monash University ePress, Australia, Vol 2, Issue 3 December 2005, pp. 89.1-89.11.
Zadjow, G. (2005) What are we scared of? The absence of sociology in current debates about drug treatments and policies., Journal of Sociology, SAGE Publications, United Kingdom, Vol 41, No 2, pp. 185-199.
Arabic Communities and Well-Being: Supports and Barriers to Social Connectedness,
Kenny, S, Mansouri, F and Spratt, P .(2005) Centre For Citizenship and Human Rights (CCHR), Deakin University: Geelong 120pp.
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Proceedings of the Politics of Recognition: Identity, Respect and Justice, (2005).
Barbara.J, Leach. M and Walsh, L. Deakin University, Geelong.