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CCG Publications Archive - 2006

This page contains archived publications from 2006.

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Books by Title

Caring about Health
Developing Communities for the Future: Community Development in Australia
Diaspora Criticism
Gender-Based Violence in the Western Pacific Region: A Hidden Epidemic
Haunting the Knowledge Economy
The MacroMelbourne Initiative: Developing Strategic Responses to Disadvantage in Melbourne: Today and towards 2030
Midnight’s Orphans: Anglo-Indians in Post/Colonial Literatur
Passionate Modernity. Sexualty, Class and Consumption in India
Peace in Aceh: A Personal Account of the Helsinki Peace Process
South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture
Understanding Virtue Ethics
Australia and the Middle East: A front-line relationship
Development of Deliberative Democracy: A collection of the essays presented at the international conference on deliberative democracy and Chinese practice of participatory and deliberative institutions
Political Islam and Human Security(first edition)
The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China


 

Caring about Health
Van Hooft, S. (2006), Ashgate Publishing Limited, England, pp.226.

Book cover - Caring about Health Explores such concepts as caring, health, disease, suffering and pain from a phenomenological perspective. This book draws out ethical demands that arise when one encounters these phenomena and the forms of ethical education that help respond to those demands. It explores the grounds for ethical living rather than enunciating ethical principles.

 

 

 


Developing Communities for the Future: Community Development in Australia
Kenny, S. (2006) Thompson, Melbourne, pp.416.

Book cover - Developing Communities for the Future As a comprehensive introduction to community development, this text provides excellent theoretical foundations to understanding the nature of community development, and integrates theoretical insights with practical issues through the use of case studies. Notable for addressing contemporary issues, Developing Communities for the Future addresses continuities and changes in community development, trends, and major issues in a social, intellectual and political context. Current and up-to-date the third edition of this text reflects the current changes and community developments in Australia. With an abundance of practical and up to the minute case studies and exercises this text helps to engage students by linking practical real-world examples to comprehensive theoretical explanations.


Diaspora Criticism
Mishra, S. (2006) Edinburgh University Press, pp.200.

Book cover - Diaspora Criticism The first introduction to the field of Diaspora criticism that serves both as a timely guide and a rigorous critique. Diaspora criticism takes the concept ‘diaspora’ as its object of inquiry and provides a framework for discussing displaced communities in a way that takes contemporary social, cultural and economic pressures into account. It also offers an alternative to Postcolonial Studies. This book is the first to provide an accessible overview of the critical trends in Diaspora criticism and to critically evaluate the major Diaspora critics and their models, with the aim of adding to the debate on methodology. This authoritative account will be of interest to those working in Diaspora Studies and its related fields of History, Literature, Art, Sociology, population and Migration Studies, Politics, and Ethnic and Postcolonial Studies.

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Gender-Based Violence in the Western Pacific Region: A Hidden Epidemic?
Eckermann, E. (ed) (2006) World Health Organization, Switzerland. pp.144.

Book cover - Gender-Based Violence in the Western Pacific Region: A Hidden Epidemic? In 1996, the World Health Assembly declared violence “a leading worldwide public health problem” and Murray and Lopez reported that the global burden of injury from violence falls disproportionately on females of all ages. It is this nexus between violence as a key health issue and as a gender issue that is explored in this publication. This publication was put together to showcase some of the important epidemiological and evaluation research on the topic that is being conducted in other parts of the Region. The three studies contained in this volume provide complementary data for the Western Pacific Region to support the mission of a multi-country study. The first two studies provide much needed epidemiological data on two aspects of gender-based violence in China, self-directed violence and intimate partner abuse. The third provides a comprehensive evaluation of services for abused women in the Philippines.


Haunting the Knowledge Economy
Kenway, J., Bullen, E., Fahey, J. and Robb, S. (2006) Routledge, Abingdon, UK/New York, USA, pp.153.

Book cover - Haunting the Knowledge Economy Haunting the Knowledge Economy provokes ‘conversations’ between the knowledge economy and those marginalised economies that haunt it: the risk, gift, libidinal and survival economies. These illuminate the knowledge economy’s shortcomings and point to alternative possible systems of exchange and sets of values. This multi-discciplinary study takes the knowledge economy out of the hands of economists and brings it into creative tension with the ideas of key thinkers from sociology, anthropology, philosophy and ecology.


The MacroMelbourne Initiative: Developing Strategic Responses to Disadvantage in Melbourne: Today and towards 2030
Hancock, L. and Horrocks, L. (2006) Melbourne Community Foundation, Australia pp.140.

Book cover - The MacroMelbourne Initiative The MacroMelbourne Initiative aims to provide a framework through which we can understand issues of disadvantage, people and place in Melbourne, now and into the future. It also aims to resource strategies and directions for action. The purpose of the discussion paper is both to map current research around disadvantage in Melbourne and Melbourne’s future, and to stimulate strategic thinking on issues of disadvantage, people and place. It is aimed at a range of audiences: it is to be given to a number of social policy think tanks both in Australia and overseas, as a catalyst for their thinking on possible innovation and advocacy ideas in a forward-thinking strategy to progress philanthropic investment in positive change in Greater Melbourne. Along with their responses, it will be used as a publication for MCF initiatives in 2006, aimed at progressing philanthropic investment.


Midnight’s Orphans: Anglo-Indians in Post/Colonial Literatur
D’Cruz, G. (2006) Peter Lang, Bern, Switzerland, pp.265.

Book cover - Midnight’s Orphans: Anglo-Indians in Post/Colonial Literatur Anglo-Indians are the human legacy of European colonialism. These descendants of European men and Indian women regularly appear as disconsolate and degenerate figures in colonial and postcolonial literature, much to the chagrin of contemporary Anglo-Indians. Many significant writers, such as Rudyard Kipling, Maud Diver, John Masters, Salman Rushdie and Hari Kunzru, have created Anglo-Indian characters to represent the complex racial, social and political currents of India’s colonial past and postcolonial present. This book is the first detailed study of Anglo-Indians in literature. Rather than simply dismissing the representation of Anglo-Indians in literary texts as offensive stereotypes, the book identifies the conditions for the emergence of these stereotypes through close readings of key novels, such as Bhowani Junction, Midnight’s Children and The Impressionist. It also examines the work of contemporary Anglo-Indian writers such as Allan Sealy and Christopher Cyrill. Presenting a persuasive argument against ‘image criticism’, the book underscores the importance of contextualizing literary texts, and makes a timely contribution to debates about ‘mixed race’ identities, minoritarian literature and interculturalism.


Passionate Modernity. Sexualty, Class and Consumption in India
Srivastava, S. (2006) Routledge, New Delhi, India, pp.350.

Book cover - Passionate Modernity. Sexualty, Class and Consumption in India Combining historical and ethnographic analysis, this book deals with the making of the heterosexual imagination from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present in the Indian context. This unique book uses methods from anthropology, cultural studies and history to explore the making of modern cultures of sexuality in India. It provides an analysis of the sexual and domestic politics of the period by focusing on the vast corpus of publications and journals on sexology from the 1920s to the 1940s, and links Indian activities with those in other parts of the world. The author analyzes material that has thus far been outside the purview of scholarly studies, namely, ‘footpath pornography’, magazines such as Sexology Mirror (in Hindi), women’s magazines dealing explicitly with sex and sexuality.


Peace in Aceh: A Personal Account of the Helsinki Peace Process
Kingsbury, D. (2006) PT Equinox Publishing Indonesia, pp.236.

book cover - Peace in Aceh: A Personal Account of the Helsinki Peace Process Following nearly three decades of conflict and a series of failed ceasefire agreements, on 15 August 2005, the separatist Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Government of Indonesia reached an historic peace agreement to end the fighting and to give Aceh a high degree of genuine autonomy. The catalyst for the talks that produced this agreement was the devastating tsunami of 26 December 2004, which left almost 170,000 dead or missing in Aceh and destroyed most of the populated low-lying areas. Despite the massive destruction, the peace talks were conducted under an intensified military campaign. GAM made a major concession to the talks by announcing early that it was prepared to negotiate an outcome other than complete independence. The Indonesian side, however, under pressure from the military and ?nationalists·in Jakarta, pressed for GAM to accept a minor reworking of the status quo. The international community, meanwhile, just pressed for a settlement. In the end, the Indonesian government also compromised, and the two parties reached an agreement that was intended to end the fighting and to address many, if not all, of GAM? outstanding claims. Despite opposition to the talks process, and to compromise, the outcome was increasingly seen both in Jakarta and in Aceh as a ?in-win·situation, and as a further significant step in Indonesia? continuing process of reform and democratisation. Peace in Aceh offers an insider? personal account of that peace process and is required reading for anyone wishing to understand this troubled province.


South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture
Healy, C. and Witcomb, A. (2006), Monash University ePress, Australia, pp.23.

Book cover - South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, edited by Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb, is a collection of outstanding analyses of museums in the South Pacific, written by an international team of cultural, museum and architectural critics, and historians. A series of snapshots introduce the reader to key museums in the region and longer essays explore these museums in broad terms. Over the last 50 years, museums have been regarded by many scholars and cultural critics as archaic institutions far from the cutting edge of cultural innovation. This judgement is being proved wrong across the globe, with innovative museums staking out new territory. Nowhere is this more striking than in the South Pacific where new and redeveloped institutions have included the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, the National Museum of Australia, the Melbourne Museum, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, the Museum of Sydney, the Gab Titui Cultural Centre in the Torres Strait, the Auckland Museum, the Centre Culturel Tjibaou and the Vanuatu Cultural Centre. South Pacific Museums make sense of these museums as part of the complex field of heritage, where national economies meet global tourism, cities brand themselves, and indigeneity articulates with colonialism. The effect is one of cultural experimentation. Part One, ‘New Museums’, introduces three different museums in distinctive national contexts - Te Papa, the Centre Culturel Tjibaou and the National Museum of Australia. Essays in this part grapple with the role of these museums in the nation at particular historical moments under speci?c political pressures. Part Two, ‘New Knowledges’, documents practices and exhibitions at the point of tension between indigenous and non-indigenous interests in the museum. In Part Three, ‘New Experiences’, contributors explore the ways in which museums in the South Pacific are producing that ineffable cultural phenomenon - experience.


Understanding Virtue Ethics
Van Hooft, S. (2006), Acumen Publishing Limited, England. pp.184.

Book cover - Understanding Virtue Ethics Philosophers have increasingly advocated a virtue-based ethics that challenges traditional moral theories founded on moral obligation and delineation of right or wrong in given situations. Stan van Hooft provides a broad overview of the history of virtue ethics from Aristotle to Nietzsche to the ideas of contemporary writers Ricoeur and Levinas. He explores the major themes of moral theory and shows how a virtue ethics approach differs from those of other traditions. Van Hooft considers how morally complex practical problems, such as abortion, euthanasia, and integrity in politics,


Australia and the Middle East: A front-line relationship
Mansouri, F (ed) ( 2006) Tauris Academic Studies, pp.216

Book cover - Australia and the Middle East: A front-line relationship Australia’s encounters with the Middle East have historically been defined initially through its membership of the British Empire, later as a key Commonwealth player and more recently through Australia's close strategic relationship with the US. This book traces the nature of the Australia-Middle East relationship, from an insular ‘White Australia’ ideology through to the global impact of September 11th. A comprehensive analysis of this complex relationship provides an essential basis for understanding past encounters, evaluating present policies and developing a framework for future interactions. The various authors seek to draw together the various dimensions and themes of this relationship – from trade and migration, to Australia’s increasing strategic interest and current military involvement in the region.

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Development of Deliberative Democracy: A collection of the essays presented at the international conference on deliberative democracy and Chinese practice of participatory and deliberative institutions
He, B. and Shengyong, C. (2006), China’s Social Sciences Press, China, pp.478.


Political Islam and Human Security
Mansouri, F. and Akbarzade, S. (eds.) (2006) Cambridge Scholars Press, London, pp.280.

Book cover - Political Islam and Human Security In the wake of the September 11 and subsequent terrorist attacks, the academic and media commentaries on Islam the religion and Islam the basis for political ideology has received an unprecedented high level of exposure and attention. The acts of political violence by extremist groups and the omnipresent war on terror have added fresh uncertainties to an already complex global order. Just as terrorism and counter-terrorism are locked in a mutually re-enforcing symbiosis, the sense of insecurity felt by Muslims and non-Muslims alike is mutually dependent and has the potential to escalate. This general assessment holds true for Muslims living in the Muslim world and beyond. The pervasive sense of being under attack physically and culturally by the United States and its allies has contributed to a growing unease among Muslims and re-enforced deep-seated mistrust of the ‘West’. Public articulation of such misgivings has in turn, lent credence to Western observers who posit an inherent antipathy between the West and the Muslim world. The subsequent policies that have emerged in this context of fear and mutual distrust have contributed to the vicious cycle of insecurity. The present volume is anchored in the current debates on the uneasy and potentially mutually destructive relationship between the Muslim world and certain West countries. It brings together leading international scholars in this interdisciplinary field to deal with such inter-related questions as the nature of Islamism, the impact of the ‘war on terror’ on the spread of militancy, the growing sense of being under siege by Muslim Diasporas and the many unintended ramifications of a security-minded world order. This volume deliberately focuses on these issues both at a broad theoretical level but more importantly in the form of a number of prominent case studies including Indonesia, Algeria and Turkey.


The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China
He, B and Ethan, J. Leib (eds.) (2006) Palgrave, New York, pp.296.

Book cover - The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China This book investigates whether the theory of “deliberative democracy”--developed in the West to focus democratic theory on the legitimation that deliberation can afford--has any application to Chinese processes of democratization. It discovers pockets of theory especially useful to guide Chinese practices and pockets of Chinese practice that can, in turn, educate the West on possibilities for innovative uses of deliberative democratic theory.

 

 


Book Chapters by Author


Alomes, S. (2006) The AFL and the Movement Against Racial Vilification, Sharing Spaces: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Responses to Story, Country and Rights, API Network - Australia Research Institue, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, pp. 364-383.


Balnaves, M., Walsh, L., and Shoesmith, B. (2006). E-Democracy: Media-Liminal Space in the Era of Age Compression in Weiss, J.; Nolan, J.; Hunsinger, J.; Trifonas, P. (eds) International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments, Springer International Handbooks of Education, Vol. 14, pp.1007-1023.


Birch, D. (2006) 'Corporate Social Responsibility' in David Clark (ed) The Elgar Companion to Development Studies, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham UK, 2006, pp 81-85.


Birch, D. (2006) 'The CSR Landscape: An Overview of Key Theoretical Issues and Concepts', in Jan Jonker & Marco de Witte (eds) The Challenge of Organizing and Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK, 2006, pp 13-30.

Birch, D. (2006) 'The Triple Bottom Line as a Business Basic? Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability: A Rio Tinto Case Study' in Tony Shallcross & John Robinson (eds) Global Citizenship and Evironmental Justice, Rodopi, Amsterdam & New York, 2006, pp 117-132.

Birch, D. (2006) 'Reading the Social Future of Business and Corporate Social Responsibility: A Perspective from the Social Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church' in Shaun Cannon (ed) Work, Ethics and Values. Perceptions on Labouring Ideals in the Century Ahead, Melbourne Catholic Commission for Justice Development and Peace, Melbourne, 2006, pp 47-62.


Bradford, C. (2006) The End of Empire? Colonial and Postcolonial Journeys in Children's Books, Children's Literature: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies, Routledge, United Kingdom, pp. 184-202.


Burchill, S. (2006) The Israel-Palestine Conflict since 9/11, Australia and the Middle East: A Front-line Relationship, Tauris Academic Studies, London, pp. 123-133.


Demetrious K (2006) 'Active Voices' in Public Relations, Critical debates and Contemporary Practice, edited by Jacquie L'Etang and Magada Pieczka, Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, London, pp.93-107.


Eckermann, E. (2006) Introduction, Gender-Based Violence in the Western Pacific Region: A Hidden Epidemic?, World Health Organization, Switzerland, pp. 7-12.


Fahey, J., Bullen, E., Kenway, J. and Robb, S. (2006) Knowledge beyond the knowledge economy: merely cultural? Merely commercial? Merely civilizing?, World Yearbook of Education 2006. Education research and policy: steering the knowledge-based economy, Routledge, Abingdon, UK. , pp. 287-301.


Fishkin, J.*, He, B. and Siu, A.* (2006) Public Consultation Through Deliberation in China: The First Chinese Deliberative Poll, The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China, Palgrave, New York, pp. 229-244.


Hancock, L. (2006) Bringing in the community sector: Partnerships and advocacy, Beyond the Policy Cycle: The policy process in Australia, Allen & Unwin, Australia, pp. 42-65.


He, B (2006) 'Three Paradigms for the Taiwan Question', in Sources of Conflicts and Cooperation in the Taiwan Straits, Zheng Yongnian and Raymond Ray-kuo Wu (eds), Singapore: World Scientific, 2006, pp. 75-94 .

He. B. (2006) 'The Dalai Lama's Autonomy Proposal: A One-Side Wish' in Barry Sautman and June Dreyer, (eds), Contemporary Tibet: Politics, Development and Society in a Disputed Region, Armonk: ME Sharpe, 2006, pp. 67-84.

He. B. (2006) 'Village Elections and Three Discourse on Democracy', in Claudia Derichs and Thomas Heberer, (eds), The Power of Ideas: Intellectual Input and Political Change in East and Southeast Asia, The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press, Studies in Asian Topics No. 35, pp. 150-165.

He. B. (2006) 'Intra-Party Democracy: A Revisionist Perspective from Below', in Kjeld Erik Broedsgaard and Yongnian Zheng (eds), The Chinese Communist Party in Reform, Routledge, pp. 192-209.

He.B, (2006) Consultancy: A Different Gate to the Field, in Maria Heimer and Stig Thogersen (eds), Doing Fieldwork in China, the University of Hawaii Press and NIAS Press, pp. 168-188.

He. B. (2006) Chinese Roads toward Democracy: A Theoretical Reflection on Village Election, in Democracy in Asia, Europe and the World, (eds) Chung-Si Ahn and Bertrand Fort, Marshall Cavendish publishers, Singapore, pp. 107-129.

He, B. (2006) Western Theories of Deliberative Democracy and the Chinese Practice of Complex Deliberative Governance, The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China, Palgrave MacMillan, New York , pp. 133-148.

He, B. (2006) Cultural Equality and its Soft Power against Terrorism, Ethics of War in a Time of Terror. Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defense, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, No. 163, pp. 85-98.

He, B, Fishkin, S. J and Siu, A (2006) 'Public Consultation through Deliberation in China: The First Chinese Deliberative Poll?', in E, Leib and B, He (eds.),The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China, Palgrave, New York, pp. 229-244.

He. B. and C. Shengyong (eds) (2006), 'Participatory and Deliberative Institutions in China', in Development of Deliberative Democracy. A Collection of the Essays Presented at the International Conference on Deliberative Democracy and Chinese Practice of Participatory and Deliberative Institutions, China's Social Sciences Press, Beijing, pp. 92-108 (Edited books in Chinese).


Kingsbury, D. and McCulloch, L. (2006) Military Business in Aceh, Verandah of Violence: The Background to the Aceh Problem, Singapore University Press, Singapore, pp. 199-224.

Kingsbury, D. (2006) Islam and political secularism: their convergence in an independence struggle, Political Islam and Human Security, Cambridge Scholars Press, United Kingdom, pp. 126-139.


Lennon, J. (2006) Paris Down Under - World Heritage Impacts in Australia, Art and Cultural Heritage: Law, Policy and Practice, Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. 210-215.


Logan, W. (2006) The Cultural Role of Capital Cities: Hanoi and Hue, Vietnam, Capital Cities in Asia-Pacific: Primacy and Diversity, Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, RCHSS, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 49-67.


Long, C. (2006) Heritage Preservation, Sustainability and Social Cohesion A Radical Heritage Agenda, Constructing World Heritage, Die Deutsche Bibliothek, Germany., pp. 203-211.


Mackey, S. (2006) Competing Community Relations Campaigns in Australia: Public Relations Efforts for and against a Biosolids Production Facility, International and Intercultural Public Relations: A Campaign Case Approach, Pearson Education, Inc., United States, pp. 170-186.


Mansouri, F. & S. Akbarzadeh, (2006) Islamism and Political Violence in the world word order, in Mansouri, F. and S. Akbarzadeh, (eds), Political Islam and Human Security. Cambridge Scholars Press, UK, pp.3-15.

Mansouri, F. (2006), Conceptualising intra-stage sequencing in the learner language, in F. Mansouri (ed), Bilingualism and theory-driven second language acquisition research. Cambridge Scholars Press, UK, pp.1-12.

Mansouri, F. (2006), Second language acquisition research: from theory formation to theory application, in F. Mansouri (ed), Bilingualism and theory-driven second language acquisition research. Cambridge Scholars Press, UK, pp.86-105.

Mansouri, F. (2006), Middle Eastern Refugees in Fortress Australia. In F. Mansouri (ed), Australia and the Middle East: A Frontline Relationship. I.B.Tauris Publishers: London/New York, pp. 87-104.

Mansouri, F. (2006), Second language acquisition research: from theory formation to theory application, in F. Mansouri (ed), Bilingualism and theory-driven second language acquisition research. Cambridge Scholars Press, UK, 86-105.

Mansouri, F and S. Percival-Wood, (2006), Exploring the Australia-Middle East Connection. In F. Mansouri (ed), Australia and the Middle East: A Frontline Relationship. I.B.Tauris Publishers, London/New York, pp1-18.

Mansouri, F. and J. Sankari (2006), Australias Economic Interests in the Middle East and the Human Rights Challenge. In F. Mansouri (ed), Australia and the Middle East: A Frontline Relationship. I.B.Tauris Publishers, London/New York, pp. 169-190.


Ommundsen, W. (2006) 'In the wake of the Tampa: Multiculturalism, cultural citizenship and Australian refugee narratives', in Charles I. Armstrong and Øyunn Hestetun, (eds), Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative, Oslo: Novus Press, 2006, pp. 21-35.


Park, S. (2006) Becoming green: diffusing sustainable development norms thoughout the World Bank Group, The World Bank and Governance: A Decade of Reform and Reaction, Routledge, Britain, pp. 168-188.


Shengyong, C.* and He, B. (2006) Preface, Development of Deliverative Democracy: A collection of the essays presented at the international conference on the deliberative democracy and Chinese practice of participatory and deliberative institutions, China's Social Sciences Press, China, pp. 1-11.


Srivastava, S. (2006) The Voice of the Nation and the Five-Year Plan Hero: Speculations on Gender, Space, and Popular Culture, Fingerprinting Popular Culture: The Mythic and the Iconic in Indian Cinema, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp. 122-155.


Stokes, G. (2006) Karl Popper's Revisionist/Realist Theory of Democracy, Karl Popper: A Centenary Assessment, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, England, Vol 1., pp. 217-230.

Stokes, G. (2006) Critical Theories of Deliberative Democracy and the Problem of Citizenship, The Search for Deliberative Democracy in China, Palgrave Macmillan, New York , pp. 53-73.


Walker, D. (2006) Cultural Decline and Survivalist Narratives: the battle for civilisation, Political Islam and Human Security, Cambridge Scholars Press, United Kingdom, pp. 32-48.

Walker, D. (2006) Perilous Encounters: Australia, Asia and the Middle East, Australia and the Middle East: A Front-line Relationship, Tauris Academic Studies, London, pp. 19-34.

Walker, D. (2006) Orient and Re-Orient: Australia in Asia, Australia and India Interconnections: Identity, Representation, Belonging, Mantra Books, New Delhi, pp. 266-285.


Witcomb, A. (2006) How Style Came to Matter: Do we need to move beyond the politics of representation?, South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, Monash University ePress, Australia, pp. 1-16.

Witcomb, A. (2006) Interactivity: Thinking Beyond, A Companion to Museum Studies, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom, pp. 353-361.


Young, L. (2006) National Museum of Australia, South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, Monash University ePress, Australia, pp. 1-5.


 

Journal Articles by Author


Alomes, S. (2006) Correct Weight? Analysing Australian Football through a Derivative Global or Cultural Cringe Model, Football Studies, Football Studies Group, Australia, Vol 9, No 2, pp. 5-21.


Barbara, J. (2006) Nation building and the role of the private sector as a political peace-builder, Conflict, Security & Development, Routledge, United Kingdom, Vol 6, No 4, pp. 581-594.


Batten. J & Birch, D. (2006), ‘Defining Corporate Citizenship. Evidence from Australia’, Asia Pacific Business Review 11/3, pp.293-303.


Brown, K. (2006) The Position of Australian Community Sporting Organisations in the Third Sector: Membership Profiles, Characteristics and Attitudes, Third Sector Review, The Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research Association, Australia, Vol 12, No 2, pp. 17-39.


Bullen, E., Fahey, J. and Kenway, J. (2006) The Knowledge Economy and Innovation: Certain uncertainty and the risk economy, Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, Routledge, United Kingdom, Vol 27, No 1, pp. 53-68.

Bullen, E. (2006) A sporting chance: Class in Markus Zusak’s The Messenger and Fighting Ruben Wolfe, Papers: Explorations into Children’s Literature, Deakin University, Australia, Vol 16, No 1, pp. 46-50.

Bullen, E. and Parsons, E. (2006) Shopping for Answers: Reflections on a Trial of Online Content Delivery, Academic Exchange Extra - an on-line forum for educators and students, Rapid Intellect Group, United States, Issue 8, pp. 1-15.


Clemens, J. and Grigg, R. (2006) A Note on Psychoanalysis and the Crime of Torture, Australian Feminist Law Journal7, Socio-Legal Research Centre, Griffith University, Australia, Vol 24, pp. 161-17.


Cote, J. (2006) Staging modernity: the Semarang International Colonial Exhibition, 1914, RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, Association for the Publication of Indonesian and Malaysian Studies, Inc., Australia, Vol 40, No 1, pp. 1- 44.

Coté, J. (2006) Terra-ising the Homeland: Recent Debates on Australian National Identity, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, Debreceni Egyetem, Angol-Amerikai Intezet, Hungary, Vol 12, No 2, pp. 1- 14.


Datta, S. (2006) Modelling Dialogue with Mixed Initiative in Design Space Exploration , Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, Vol 20, pp. 129-142.


Devlin-Glass, F. (2006) Writing in the Slipstream of the Wildean Trauma: Joyce, Buck Mulligan and Homophobia Reconsidered, The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Canadian Association for Irish Studies, Canada, Vol 31, No 2, pp. 27-33.

Devlin-Glass, F. (2006) Western Maps/Yanyuwa Meaning: an Interview with John Bradley, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, The University of Queensland, Australia, Vol 35, pp. 90-101.

Devlin-Glass, F. (2006) ‘Real’ English and ‘English Lite’: What texts should we teach in the English classroom? (1) or ‘English Lite’ and ‘Thick Lit’: What is the debate about?, Idiom, Victorian Association for the Teaching of English, Australia, Vol 42, No 1, pp. 39-44.


Dudek, D. (2006) Of Murmels and Snigs: Detention-Centre Narratives in Australian Literature for Children and Young Adults, Overland, O.L. Society Ltd, Australia, 185, pp. 38-42.

Dudek, D. (2006) Under the Wire: Detainee Activism in Australian Children’s Literature, Papers: Explorations into Children’s Literature, Deakin University, Australia, Vol 16, No 1, pp. 17-22.


Eckermann, E. (2006) Finding a ‘safe’ place on the risk continuum: a case study of pregnancy and birthing in Lao PDR, Health Sociology Review, eContent Management Pty Ltd, Australia, Vol 15, Issue 4, pp. 374-386.


Faunce, T.*, Lofgren, H., Harvey, K.* and Johnston, K.* (2006) Tendering for Low Cost Generics in Australia, Health Issues, Health Issues Centre Inc., Australia, Issue 87, pp. 26-29.


Hancock, L. Howe, B.and Considine, M. (2006) Transitional Labour Markets: a Social Investment and Risk Mitigation Strategy for Social Policy, Australian Bulletin of Labour, Vol 32, No 2, Flinders University, Australia, pp. 103-113.

Hancock, L. (2006) Mature workers, Training and Using TLM Frameworks, Australian Bulletin of Labour, Vol 32, No 3, Flinders University, Australia, pp. 257-279.

Hancock, L. (2006) The Advantages of a Proactive Business Response to Human Rights Reporting, The Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Issue 23, Autumn 2006, Greenleaf Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom, pp. 21-24.


He, B (2006)‘The Politics of the Dalai Lama’s New Initiative for Autonomy’ (co-author with Barry Sautman), Pacific Affair, vol. 78, no. 4, Winter 2005-2006, pp. 601-629.

He, B. (2006) A Survey Study of Voting Behavior and Political Participation in Zhejiang, Japanese Journal of Political Science, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, Vol 7, No 3, pp. 225-246.

He, B. (2006) The Federal Solution to Ethnic Conflicts, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Georgetown University, USA, Vol 7, No 2, pp. 29-36.


Hughes, P. and Demetrious, K. (2006) Engaging with Stakeholders or Constructing Them? Attitudes and Assumptions in Stakeholder Software, The Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Greenleaf Publishing, United Kingdom, Issue 23, pp. 93-101.


Johnson, L. (2006) Style wars: revolution in the suburbs? Australian Geographer, vol. 37, no. 2, July, pp. 259-277.

Johnson, L. (2006) Browsing the Modern Kitchen - a Feast of Gender, Place and Culture (Part 1), Gender, Place and Culture: a journal of feminist geography, Routledge, United Kingdom, Vol 13, No 2, pp. 123-132.

Johnson, L. (2006) Hybrid and Global Kitchens - First and Third World Intersections (Part 2), Gender, Place and Culture: a journal of feminist geography2, Routledge, United Kingdom, Vol 13, No 6, pp. 647-65.

Johnson, L. (2006) Valuing the Arts: Theorising and Realising Cultural Capital in an Australian City, Geographical Research, Blackwell Publishing Asia, Australia, Vol 44, No 3, pp. 296-309.


Kenny, S (2006) Non-government organisations and the dialectics of state and civil society, FUTURES: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies, Pergamon, Available online 10 February 2006, Vol 39, Issues 2-3, pp. 185-199.

Kingsbury, D. (2006) Analysis: Aceh’s non-federation with Indonesia, Federations: What’s new in federalism worldwide, Forum of Federations, Canada, Vol 5, No 2, pp. 25-26.


Langfield, M. (2006) Capturing the intangible: Holocaust survivor testimonies held in the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre, Melbourne, Oral History Association of Australia. Journal, Oral History Association of Australia, Australia, No 28, pp. 7-13.


Leach. M. (2006) ‘East Timorese History after Independence’, History Workshop Journal 61(1): pp. 222-237.

Leach, M. and A. Zamora (2006). ‘Illegal/ IIlegales: Comparing anti-immigrant/ anti-refugee discourses in Australia and Spain’. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, vol 12, no 1, July, pp. 51-64.


Lofgren, H and Malhotra, P.* (2006) The rise of India’s pharmaceutical industry: Transforming the global competitive landscape?, Peripherie, Verlag Westfalisches Dampfboot, Germany, Vol 26, No 103, pp. 291-315.


Logan, W. (2006) ‘The cultural role of capital cities: Hanoi and Hue, Vietnam’, Pacific Affairs, vol. 78, no. 4 , pp. 559-75.

Logan, W. (2006) Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam: Managing a Battle Site, Metaphoric and Actual, Outre-Mers. Revue d’Histoire: explorations, colonisations, independences, Société Francaise d’Histoire d’Outre Mer, France, 183 - I, II, pp. 175-192.


Long, C. and Sweet, J. (2006) Globalization, nationalism and World Heritage: Interpreting Luang Prabang, South East Asia Research, I P Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom, Vol 14, no 3, pp. 445-469.


Mackey, S. (2006) Misuse of the term ‘stakeholder’ in public relations, PRism OnLine PR Journal, The Public Relations Resource Centre, Published online, Vol 4, Issue 1, pp. 1-15.


Maclean, P., (2006) An Almost Universal Scheme of National Service in Australia in the 1950s, Australian Journal of Politics and History, Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd, Australia, Vol 52, No 3, pp. 378-397.

MacLean, P. (2006) Transforming the Holocaust into an Adventure in Videotestimony: An Unexpected Form of Discourse, Quaderns de Filologia. Estudis Literaris, Universitat de Valencia, Facultat de Filologia, Spain, Vol XI, pp. 125-143.

MacLean, P. (2006) You leaving me alone? The persistence of ethics during the Holocaust, International Journal on Audio-Visual Testimony, Memoire d’Auschwitz a.s.b.l., Centre d’Etudes et de Documentation, Belgium, June 2006, pp. 23-36.


Mansouri, F(2006) ‘Community language programs in Australian schools: policy at the cross-roads’. International Journal of Learning, Common Ground Publishers. Volume 12, 2006, Online address: www.Learning-Journal.com .

Mansouri, F., M.P. Leach & S. Traies (2006), ‘Acculturation Patterns and Visa Category: The Experiences of Iraqi Refugees in Australia’. Journal of Intercultural Studies. Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. 393-412.

Mansouri, F. & S. Cauchi (2006), ‘The psychological impact of extended temporary protection’. Refuge, Canada’s Periodical on Refugees. Vol. 23, No. 2, pp.81-94.


McCulloch, A. (2006) Depression and its Expression: Art as Problem Solver, International Journal of the Humanities, Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, Australia, Vol 3, pp. 1-9.


Monteath. P, Langfield, M and Maclean, P (2006), ‘Oral History at the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre’, Oral History Association of Australia Journal, No.28, pp.14-16.


Nichols, D. and Lee, R. (2006) ‘Life... the manifestation of a purpose’. The uses of memoir in the writings of Mildura’s De Garis siblings, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Royal Australian Historical Society, Australia, Vol 92, Part 1, pp. 46-62.

Nichols, D. (2006) ‘Does the meaning mean a thing?’ Johnny Young’s hit songs of the 60s-70s, ACH: The Journal of the History of Culture in Australia, API Network, Australia, Vol 24, pp. 163-184.


Oakham, K. and Kirby, B. (2006) Feeding the chooks in the country: A study of successful public relations media strategies in regional Victoria, The Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, Vol 7, pp. 95-108.

Oakham, K. (2006) In our own image? The socialisation of journalism’s new recruits, Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association, Australia, Vol 27, No 2, pp. 183-197.


Ostlin, P., Eckermann, E., Mishra, U., Nkowane, M. and Wallstam, E. (2006) Gender and health promotion: A multisectoral policy approach, Health Promotion International 2006: Proceedings of the 6th Global Conference on Health Promotion, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, Vol 21, Supplement 1, pp. 25-35.


O'Toole, K. (2006) Community governance in rural Victoria: Rethinking grassroots democracy?, Rural Society: The journal of research into rural and regional social issues for Australia and New Zealand, Centre for Rural Social Research, Charles Sturt University, Australia, Vol 16, No 3, pp. 303-319.

O’Toole, K., Wallis, A. and Mitchell, B. (2006) Local perceptions of sustainability indicators, Rural Society: The journal of research into rural and regional social issues for Australia and New Zealand, Vol 16, No 1, pp. 25-46, Centre for Rural Social Research, Charles Sturt University, Charles Sturt University, Australia.


Park, S. (2006) Theorizing Norm Diffusion Within International Organizations, International Politics: a journal of transnational issues and global problems, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., United Kingdom, No 43, pp. 342-361.


Sharpe, M. (2006) ‘Thinking of the Extreme Situation...’ on the New Anti-Terrorism Laws, or Against a Recent (Theoretical and Legal) Return to Carl Schmitt, The Australian Feminist Law Journal, Desktop Publishing, Griffith University, Griffith University, Vol 24, pp. 95-124.

Sharpe, M. (2006) Leo Strauss: the Sphinx’s Secret? Or How We Learnt to Stop Worrying and Believe through the ‘Hoi Poloi’, Arena Journal, Arena Printing and Publishing, Australia, No 27, pp. 125-158.

Sharpe, M. (2006) A Coincidentia Oppositorium? On Carl Schmitt and New Australian Conservatism, Borderlands e-journal: new spaces in the humanities, Borderlands, Australia, Vol 5, No 2, pp. 1-14.

Sharpe, M. (2006) The Aesthetics of Ideology, or ‘The Critique of Ideological Judgment’ in Eagleton and Zizek, Political Theory: an international journal of political philosophy, Sage Publications, Inc., United States, Vol 34, No 1, pp. 95-120.

Sharpe, M. (2006) The Philosopher’s Courtly Love? Leo Strauss, Eros, and the Law, Law and Critique: journal of critical legal studies, Springer-Verlag Dordrecht, Netherlands, No 17, pp. 357-388.


Sweet, J. (2006) UNESCO and cultural heritage practice in Australia in the 1950s: The international touring exhibition Australian Aboriginal Culture, 1948-55, Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management, University of South Australia, South Australia, Vol 4 Issue 1, pp. 209-218.


Vandenberg, A. (2006) ‘Social Movement Unionism in Theory and in Sweden’ Social Movement Studies Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 171-191.

Vandenburg, A. (2006) ‘Social-movement unionism and networked computers’ International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Vol. 1, Issue 4, pp.45-52


Walker, D. (2006) Strange Reading: Keith Windschuttle on Race, Asia and White Australia, Australian Historical Studies, Melbourne University Publishing, Australia, No 128, pp. 108-122.

Walker, D. (2006) General Cariappa Encounters ‘White Australia’: Australia, India and the Commonwealth in the 1950s, The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Routledge Journals, United Kingdom, Vol 34, No 3, pp. 389-406.


Walsh, L. and Barbara, J. (2006) Speed, International Security, and “New War” Coverage in Cyberspace, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication7, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Business Administration, Israel, Vol 12, No. 1, pp. 1-1.


Weerakkody, N (2006) A Comparison of Australian and Malaysian Views on the Use of Biometric Devices in Everyday Situations, The International Journal of Learning2, Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia, Vol 12, Issue 6, pp. 63-7.

Weerakkody, N. (2006) A ‘Mobile’ Technology and Waiting for the Broadband ‘Horse Trade’, International Journal of Learning, Common Ground Publishing Ltd, Melbourne, Australia, Vol 13, No 8, pp. 45-60.

Weerakkody, N. (2006) A Comparative Analysis of Opinions of Americans, Australians and Malaysians on the Use of Biometric Devices in Workplaces for Security and Monitoring of Worker Productivity, The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture & Change Management, Common Ground Publishing Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, Australia, Vol 5, No 6, pp. 43-52.

Weerakkody, N D (2006), ‘Where else have you been?: The effects of diaspora consciousness and transcultural mixtures on ethnic identity. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 3, pp. 709-720.http://proceedings.informingscience.org/InSITE2006/indexbytopic.htm (pp. 709-720).


Young, L. (2006) Villages that Never Were: The Museum Village as a Heritage Genre, International Journal of Heritage Studies, Routledge, United Kingdom, Vol 12, No 4, pp. 321-338.

Young, L. (2006) A House in History, Heritage and Tourism: Shifting Times at Blundell’s Cottage, Canberra, Public History Review, UTS ePress Journals, Australia, Vol 12, pp. 44-57.


Zadjow, G. (2006) The narrative of evaluations: medically supervised injecting centers, Contemporary Drug Problems, Federal Legal Publications, Inc., United States, 33, pp. 399-426.


Other Publications by Author


Birch, D. (2006) The Sale District Community Partnership Program Review for Transfield Services August 31, 2006

Birch, D (2006) Micro-Credit and Financial Literacy, for ANZ

Birch, D. & Fenny, H. (2006) Partnership Brokers Accreditation Scheme, PBAS

Birch, D. (2006) Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF)

Birch, D. (2006) Exit Strategies, Rio Tinto and IBLF

Birch, D. (2006) ALC 101 – Preparation for Lecture Materials


Brown, K. (2006) Levels of Civic Participation: Demographic and attitudinal characteristics of Australian community group members, Community Development in a ‘Global Risk Society’: Conference Proceedings, Deakin University, Australia.

Brown, K. (2006) Aspects of Comparative Active Citizenship, Australia and New Zealand Third Sector Research: Eighth Biennial Conference: Navigating New Waters, Flinders University, Australia.


He, B. (2006) Participatory and Deliberative Institutions in China, Development of Deliberative Democracy: A collection of the essays presented at the international conference on deliberative democracy and Chinese practice of participatory and deliberative institutions, pp. 92-108, China’s Social Sciences Press, China.


Kenny, S , McNevin, A and Hogan, L. (2006) Tracking What Works: Voluntary activity, community strengthening and local government. This work was commissioned by the Municipal Association of Victoria and is available from the MAV.

Kenny, S. (2006) The Seduction of Fear: Community development and global risk society, Community Development in a ‘Global Risk Society’ conference proceedings, Deakin University, Australia.


Kingsbury, D. (2006) Indonesia’s Counter-revolution 1965-66, Revolutionary Movements in World History: From 1750 to the Present. Volume 2: H-P, ABC-CLIO Inc., Santa Barbara, California.

Kingsbury, D. (2006) Indonesia’s Independence Revolution 1945-49, Revolutionary Movements in World History: From 1750 to the Present. Volume 2: H-P, ABC-CLIO Inc., Santa Barbara, California.


Lofgren, H. (2006) Pharmaceuticals, Globalization: Encyclopedia of Trade, Labor, and Politics - Volume I, ABC-CLIO, Inc., California, USA.


Logan, W. (2006) Dien Bien Phu: Development and Conservation in a Vietnamese Cultural Landscape, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Logan, W. (2006) Limiting the List: Human Rights and Intangible Cultural Heritage, Research Conference Proceedings on Asian Approaches to Conservation, pp. 80-86, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Logan, W. (2006) Protecting Heritage Down Under: The Principles and Practices of Cultural Heritage Conservation in Australia and the Pacific, Proceedings: International Conference on the Safeguarding of Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Towards an Integrated Approach, pp. 130-145, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), France.


Mansouri, F., C, Makhoul, J. Sankari, T. Christie, and B. Warren, (2006), Mediation and Conflict Resolution among the Arabic-speaking Community in Melbourne, Centre For Citizenship & Human Rights (CCHR), Deakin University: Geelong.

Mansouri, F. (2006) Social and economic rights of asylum seekers in Australia, Centre For Citizenship & Human Rights (CCHR), Deakin University: Geelong.


Mackey, S. (2006) Rhetorical Theory and Public Relations: From the Agora to the Postmodern, Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, 2006: Empowerment, Creativity and Innovation: Challenging Media and Communication in the 21st Century, Australia and New Zealand Communication Association/University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia.


Nichols, D. (2006) The Jock McDougalls of Broadmeadows, Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment. Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, pp. 389-399, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, New Zealand.


Oakham, K. (2006) Comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable: the role of journalism in the academy, Social Sciences Conference 2006. The First International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Common Ground, Australia, Australia.


O’Toole, K. (2006) Step we gaily on we go, heel for heel and toe for toe: community building in Scotland and Australia, Governments & Communities in Partnership: From Theory to Practice, pp. 1-26, University of Melbourne, Australia.

O’Toole, K. (2006) Whither Regional Governance: Ten years gone, ten years on?, Adaptable Regions: open minds open opportunities. Conference proceedings of the 10th National Conference, Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) 2006, Management Solutions (Qld) Pty Ltd, Queensland, Australia.


Prince, J. and Loza, J. (2006), Evaluation Toolkit: Training and Service Delivery in Decision-Making and Dispute Management Processes in Native Title, for the Indigenous Facilitation and Mediation Project (IFaMP), AIATSIS.

Prince, J. and Loza, J. (2006), It Was the Best Workshop I’ve Ever Been To and I’ve Been To a Few: Review of the Workshop Component of the Governance Training Program (GTP), for Aboriginal Affairs, Victoria.

Prince, J. (2006), Community and Stakeholder Relations Management Plan, Southern Regional Water Pipeline Operations.

Prince, J. (2006) Background Briefing Paper – Wollongong, Bluescope, for Transfield Services

Prince, J. and Loza, J. (2007), East Kimberley Community Assessment: The Tennant Creek Gold Manbarrum Project (previously referred to as Sandy Creek) for Tennant Creek Gold.(Industry research report)


Srivastava, S. and Wilmot, S. (2006) KOTLA WALKS - performing locality, Ronin Films, Australia.(Major original creative work)

Stokes, G. (2006) Deliberative Democracy and Citizenship, The Development of Deliberative Democracy: a collection of the essays presented at the international conference on deliberative democracy and Chinese practice of participatory and deliberative institutions, pp. 44-56, China’s Social Sciences Press, China.

Stokes, G. (2006) Deliberative Practices in Australian Democracy, The Development of Deliberative Democracy: A collection of the essays presented at the international conference on deliberative democracy and Chinese practice of participatory and deliberative institutions, pp. 469-471, China’s Social Sciences Press, China.


Weerakkody, N. (2006) Where Else Have You Been? The Effects of Diaspora Consciousness and Transcultural Mixtures on Ethnic Identity, Journal of Issues: Proceedings of the Informing Science + Information Technology Conference (InSITE), pp. 709-720, Informing Science Institute, United Kingdom.


Research Reports

Proceedings of Community Development in a ‘Global Risk Society’ Conference,
Alice, L et.al.(eds) (2006) Centre For Citizenship and Human Rights (CCHR), Deakin University: Geelong, 322pp. 

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A Report : MacroMelbourne Initiative: Developing Strategic Responses to Disadvantage in Melbourne: Today and in 2030 (2006)
Hancock, L and Horrocks, L with Victorian Council of Social Service, Melbourne Community Foundation.

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Asylum Seekers in Howard's Australia: The Social and Economic Costs of Temporary Protection Visas, (2006).

Mansouri, F, Deakin University , Geelong.

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Mediation and Conflict Resolution among the Arabic- speaking Community in Melbourne, (2006).
A research project funded by Victoria Law Foundation, Victorian Arabic Social Services (VASS), Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights (CCHR) in partnership with Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria (DSCV), Deakin University, Geelong. 

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Tracking What Works: Voluntary activity, community strengthening and local government, (2006).

Kenny, D, McNevin, A and Hogan, Municipal Association of Victoria, Commissioned by MAV.

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Social and Economic Rights of Asylum Seekers in Australia, (2006),

Mansouri, F, Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights (CCHR), Deakin University: Geelong. 

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2006 Annual Report

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ICG Annual Report 2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

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