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CCG Publications Archive - 2010

This page contains archived publications from 2010.

Books by Title

Book Chapters by Author

Journal Articles by Author

Conference Presentations by Author

Media Coverage by Author

Other Activities by Participant

Annual Report

 


 

Books by Title

Confucian Primers in Dynastic China: Tracing Ethical Molding to Earliest Times
Developing Communities for the Future
Ethical Consumption: A Critical Introduction
Challenging Capacity Building :Comparative Perspectives Rethinking International Development
Political Parties and Democracy: Volume III: Post-Soviet and Asian Political Parties
Where Are You From?
Questioning Cosmopolitanism
Zizek and Politics: A Critical Introduction
Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalisation
Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh


 

Confucian Primers in Dynastic China: Tracing Ethical Molding to Earliest Times
Xiangshu Fang (2010) 'Confucian Primers in Dynastic China: Tracing Ethical Molding to Earliest Times', Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany
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Developing Communities for the Future
Kenny Susan (2010) ‘Developing Communities for the Future’, Cengage Learning, Australia.
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Ethical Consumption: A Critical Introduction
Lewis , Tania and Potter, Emily (eds), (2010) ‘Ethical Consumption: A Critical Introduction’, Routledge, London.


Challenging Capacity Building :Comparative Perspectives Rethinking International Development
Kenny, S. and Clarke, M., (2010) Challenging Capacity Building :Comparative Perspectives Rethinking International Development, Palgrave Macmillan


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


Where Are You From?
Kumar, M, D’Cruz, H & Weerakkody, N (2010), Where are you from? Voices in transition, Common Ground Publishers, Altona, VIC, (pp. 191).


Questioning Cosmopolitanism
Van Hooft, S, & Vandekerckhove, W, (2010) Questioning Cosmopolitanism, Springer.


Zizek and Politics: A Critical Introduction
Boucher, G, and Sharpe, M, (2010) Zizek and Politics: A Critical Introduction, Edinburgh University Press: UK.


Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalisation
Ommundsen, W., Leach, M., Vandenberg, A. (eds).(2010) Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of
Globalisation, Cresskill, New Jersey, Hampton Press, 973-1-57273-925-3 (Pages: 316)


Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh
Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.

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Book Chapters by Author


 

Clarke, M., Fanany I & Kenny S, (2010) Reconstructing the Invisible Landscape in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.

Clarke M & Murray, S (2010) The Voices of International NGO Staff in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.


Dharmalingam A, Wulff M, Lobo M, (2010) An Overview of Chinese Settlement in Melbourne, Australia: Implications for Chinese Settlement in Prato in “Oltre ogni muro: i cinesi di Prato” (Eds) G Johanson and R Smith, Pacini Editore S.p.A, Pisa, Italy. (translation in Italian)


Fanany I (2010) Towards a Model of Constructive Interaction between Aid Donors and Recipients in a Disaster Context: The case of Lampuuk in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.


He B (2010) “Introduction to Political Parties and Democracy: Part II: Asian Parties”, “China’s Step toward Democratization: Intraparty Democracy”, in Political Parties and Democracy: Volume III: Post‐Soviet and Asian Political Parties, Kay Lawson, general editor; volume editors, Baogang He, Anatoly Kulik and Kay Lawson, Santa Barbra, California: Praeger Publishers, 2010, pp. 115‐125; pp. 127‐147.

He B (2010) “September 11, 2001 and Cultural Equality”, in Wenche Ommundsen, Michael leach and Andrew Vandeberg, eds., Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalization, (New Jersey: Hampton Press. Inc), 2010, pp. 93‐108.

He B (2010) Chinese book chapter “Chaoyue Duoyuan de Yishi Xingtai” (“Beyond Ideologies”), in Xu Jilin, ed., Qimeng de Yichan yu Fansi (Reflection on the Enlightenment and its Legacy), Nanjing: Jiangsu People’s Press, 2010, 34‐39.


Kenny, S Clarke M, Fanany I & Kingsbury D (2010) Deconstructing Aceh's Reconstruction in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.

Kenny S, Clarke M (2010) Lessons from Aceh in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.

Kenny S (2010) Reconstruction through Participatory Practice? in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.


Kingsbury, D. (2010) Political Reconstruction in Aceh in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.

Kingsbury, D (2010) ‘Decentralisation and Democratic Engagement in Timor‐Leste’, in Farram, S. ed. Locating Democracy: Representation, Elections and Governance in Timor‐Leste, Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin.


Kumar, M, D’Cruz, H & Weerakkody, Nina (2010), ‘Where are you from? Voices in transition’, in M Kumar, H D’Cruz  & N Weerakkody (eds), ‘Where are you from?: Voices in transition’, Common Ground Publishers, Altona, VIC, ( pp.1-13). 


Lewis, T and Potter, E (2010) ‘Introducing Ethical Consumption’, in ‘Ethical Consumption: A Critical Introduction’, edited by Tania Lewis and Emily Potter, Routledge, London.


Mansouri, F. (2010) Local governance, intercultural tension and the racialisation of Muslims in the West, in Yasmeen, Samina (eds), Muslims in Australia : the dynamics of exclusion and inclusion, pp. 250‐269, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic.


Marotta, V (2010) ‘The Cosmopolitan Stranger’  in Stan van Hooft and Wim Vandekerckhove (eds) Questioning Cosmopolitanism, Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 105-120.


Miller, M. (2010) The Role of Islamic Law (Sharia) in Post-Tsunami Reconstruction in Clarke, M., Fanany, I., Kenny, S. (eds).(2010) Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh, Earthscan, London. Washington DC.


Potter, E (2010) ‘Drinking to Live: The Work of Ethically Branded Bottled Water’, in ‘Ethical Consumption: A Critical Introduction’, edited by Tania Lewis and Emily Potter, Routledge, London.


Sharpe, M. (2010) “ Zizek, Slavoj (1949-) in Jon Howard ed. CONTEMPORARY CRITICAL THEORISTS (Edinburgh University Press: UK, 2010).

Sharpe, M (2010) “On Plato as Origin and Periagoge in Strauss and Arendt”, in Tony Burns and James Connolly eds. On Leo Strauss’ Legacy(Imprint Bokos: UK, 2010).


Weerakkody, N (2010), ‘Roots and routes’, in M Kumar, H D’Cruz  & N Weerakkody(eds), ‘Where are you from?’: Voices in transition, Common Ground Publishers, Altona, VIC,  pp. 25-37. 

Weerakkody, N, Kumar, K & D’Cruz, H (2010), ‘‘Where are we going?’: Voices in transition’ in M Kumar, H D’Cruz  & N Weerakkody (eds), ‘Where are you from?’: Voices in transition, Common Ground Publishers, Altona, VIC, pp.167-182.


 

Journal Articles by Author


 

Boucher, G and Sharpe, M,(2010), “Introduction: “Žižek’s Communism” and In Defence of Lost Causes”, IJZS, Volume Four, Number Two.


Connors, P. & McDonald, P. (2010) Transitioning communities: community, participation and the Transition Town movement Community Development Journal 2010; doi: 10.1093/cdj/bsq014.


Fishkin, J.S., He, B., Luskin, R.C. and Siu, A. (2010) 'Deliberative Democracy in an Unlikely Place: Deliberative polling in China'British Journal of Political Science Cambridge University Press.


He, B (2010) 'Four Models Of The Relationship Between Confucianism And Democracy'Journal of Chinese Philosophy 37:1 (March 2010) 18–33.

He, B. (2010) Four Models of the Relationship between Confucianism and Democracy, The Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 37, No. 1, March 2010, pp18‐33.

He, B. (2010) Deliberative Democracy in an Unlikely Place: Deliberative Polling in China, (co‐authored with James Fishkin, Bob Ruskin and Alice Siu), British Journal of Political Science, Vol.40, No.2, 2010, pp. 435‐448.

He, B., Pietsch, J., & Clark, M. (2010) Generational Change: Regional Security and Australian Engagement with Asia, Pacific Studies, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2010, pp. 163‐181.

He, B. (2010) A Deliberative Approach to the Tibet Autonomy Issue: Promoting Mutual Trust through Dialogue, Asian Survey, Vol. 50, No. 4, July/August issue, 2010, pp. 709‐734.

He, B. (2010) Giving the people a voice? Experiments with consultative authoritarian institutions in China”, (co‐authored with Stig Thøgersen), The Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 19, No. 66, 2010, pp. 675‐692.

He, B. (2010) Zizhi, Difang Fenquan yu Difang Baohu (Autonomy, Decentralization and Local Protection), Shehuizhuyi Yanjiu (Socialism Studies), (co‐author with Xie Yuhua) 2 (2010):94‐99.

He, B. (2010) Xieshang Minzhu zai Jiejue Quntixing Tufa Shijianzhong de Zuoyong (The function of Deliberative Democracy in deal with Group unexpected Incidents), Xuexi Shibao (Study Times), (19 Apr 2010), p.5.

He, B. (2010) Xianzhen he Chaoyue Zuoyou zhizheng (Constitutionalism and Beyond the Dispute between the Left and Right), Academic Journal of Jinyang, No. 4, 2010, pp. 21‐25.

He, B. (2010) A Political‐Sociological Analysis of China’s Suicide”, Twentieth‐First Century, Hong Kong, 2010, No. 5, pp.4‐7.


Kenny, S (2010) Book review of Craig, G, Popple, K and Shaw, M eds (2008) Community Development in Theory and Practice. An International Reader, Spokesman, Nottingham, pp.348 in Community Development Journal, Vol. 45, No. 1, January 2010. pp135-138.


Kingsbury, D. (2010) ‘The Links Between Policing, Rule of Law, State Capacity and Sustainable Peace’, Journal of International Peacekeeping.

Kingsbury, D. (2010) ‘Identity, Belonging and the State: Post-Colonial States, Ethnic Minorities and Development’, Ethnic and Racial Studies.

Kingsbury, D. (2010) ‘National Identity in Timor-Leste: Challenges and Opportunities’, South-East Asia Research March 2010.

Kingsbury, D. (2010) ‘The Links Between Policing, Rule of Law, State Capacity and Sustainable Peace’, Journal of International Peacekeeping 14.


Lobo, M (2010), Negotiating emotions, rethinking Otherness in suburban Melbourne, Gender, Place and Culture, volume 17(1),pp. 99-114.

Lobo M, (2010), Interethnic understanding and belonging in suburban Melbourne, Urban Policy and Research, volume 28(1),pp. 85-99.

Lobo M, (2010), Re-imagining citizenship in suburban Australia, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association (ACRAWSA) e-journal, 6(1). Available


Mansouri, F, Leach, M and Nethery, A (2010) Temporary protection and the refugee convention in Australia,Denmark, and Germany, Refuge : Canada's periodical on refugees, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 135‐147, York University, Center for Refugee Studies, North York, Canada.

Mansouri, F and Jenkins, L (2010) Schools as sites of race relations and intercultural tension, Australian journal of teacher education, vol. 35, no. 7, pp. 93‐108, Edith Cowan University, Katoomba, N.S.W.


Murrell, C. (2010) Baghdad bureaux: an exploration of the interconnected world of fixers and correspondents at the BBC and CNN. Media, War and Conflict. Pp 125‐137.


Sharpe, M. (2010), “Then We Will Fight Them in the Shadows!” Seven Parataxic Views, On Žižek's Style.” IJZS Volume Four, Number Two.

Sharpe, M. (2010), ” Uncovering Euthyphro’s Treasure: Reading Plato’s Euthyphro with Lacan”, in Helios: Journal of the Classical Association of the Southwest”, 37:1.

Sharpe, M. (2010), “Thoughts of an Antipodean in Hellas: An Ancient Commentary on Democracy and Hubris”, in Arena Magazine, no. 106.


Zadjow, G. (2010) It blasted me into space: Intoxication and an ethics of please, Health Sociology Review, 19, 2, pp. 218‐229.


Conference Presentations by Author


 

Dr Scott Burchill (2010) lecture titled "Shining the master's shoes: Australia in Afghanistan" at Royal United Services Institute of Australia (RUSI) of Victoria on 25 February. http://rusi.org.au/states/vic/whats_on.htm


Dr Phil Connors (2010) was invited speaker and facilitator at an Education Forum presenting and discussing the research report 'Covering the Costs of Education: Research results on the access to education for low income families in the Geelong region'.  21st of April, Geelong.


Associate Professor Russell Grigg (2010) Colonising Camus: or, the Arab as the true outsider in L’Étranger’, Colloquium, Deakin University, Australia, Wed 13 October 2010.


Professor Baogang He and Dr M. Warren (2010) 'Authoritarian Deliberation: The deliberative turn in Chinese political development' presented at Australian Political Studies Association, forthcoming publication in Perspective on Politics.


Associate Professor Renate Howe (2010) was invited by The National Library of Australia who is currently holding an exhibition on 'The Dunera Boys :Seventy Years On' which draws on the NLA archives collections as part of the exhibition, to give a talk on the ASCM’s assistance to the Dunera Boys, especially during the period they were held as enemy aliens in camps at Tatura and Hay.


Professor Sue Kenny (2010) 'Community development and post-disaster reconstruction - Lessons for development practice', paper delivered at International Association of Community Development (Victorian division) Seminar, Australian Volunteers International, Fitzroy, Wednesday 17th November 2010.

Professor Sue Kenny (2010) 'Cosmopolitanisn through practical international solidarity' Keynote address at the lLaunch of Women's International Solidarity (Aust), Fitzroy.


Dr Michele Lobo presented a paper titled “Acts faith in the secular city” at the New Zealand Geographical Society/IAG Conference held from 5 – 8 July, 2010 at Christchurch, New Zealand. (The paper is co-authored by Prof. Fethi Mansouri and Dr Michele Lobo.)


Professor Fethi Mansouri was one of the Chair and distinguished participant at the national symposium on 'Migrant Security: Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational Era'. The event was held at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) on 15 -16 July 2010.

Professor Fethi Mansouri was one of the plenary speaker at the Eighth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities to be held at the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA) USA from 29 June to 2 July 2010. Professor Mansouri's presented a paper on 'Transnational Practices and Active Citizenship: Muslim Migrant Integration in the West’.

Professor Fethi Mansouri chaired a panel discussion on ‘Supporting Muslim communities in Australia’ at the Diversity in Health 2010 on Wednesday 9 June 2010 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC). Diversity in Health 2010 was held from 7-9 June 2010.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) invited speaker at the Inaugural Forum of Global Dialogue Foundation, Melbourne on "Unity in Diversity ‐ 10.10.10" Bridging Cultures, Building Peace Grassroots Solutions for Understanding and Cooperation Among People and Cultures held on Sunday 10 October 2010 to Tuesday 12 October 2010. Prof. Mansouri spoke at the roundtable on Cultural Diversity and Inclusion, as seen from the Asia Pacific Region.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) invited to attend the “Unity in Diversity”, Think‐tank, organised by the Global Dialogue Foundation on 1st of October 2010. The purpose of the think‐tank was to establish support for GDF Project" Unity in Diversity", currently working under the auspice of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) panel member at the Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria ECCV 2010 State Conference. The conference discussed contemporary issues such as: social cohesion, racism and discrimination; services for international students; interpreting and translating services and youth engagement; identity and belonging. The conference was held at the Melbourne Town Hall on Tuesday 28 September 2010.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) ‘Race relations and anti-racism strategies’, invited paper presented to the Australia and New Zealand Race Relations Roundtable, Canberra, Australian Human Rights Commission, Wednesday 10 November, 2010.


Dr Michelle Miller and Ass. Prof. Tim Bunnell (2010) ‘Theatre of Transformation: Banda Aceh through Conflict, Tsunami and Decentralisation’, Workshop on Rural-Urban Networks and Transitions in Asia: Respatializing Cultural and Political Imaginaries, Jointly organised by the Asia Research Institute and Global Cities Research Cluster, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore, 25 – 26 February 2010.


Dr Amy Nethery (2010) “Immigration Detention, Punishment, the Constitution, and a Bill of Rights” at the Refugees, History and Human Rights seminar organised by Deakin University and The University of Melbourne, State Library, 19‐20 August, Victorian state library.


Dr Emily Potter (2010) ‘Following the Bottle of Mount Franklin Water in Indigenous Communities’, at ‘Following Commodities’ Symposium, UniSA, October 21, Adelaide.


Dr Matthew Sharpe presented a paper “On Klein’s Trilogy” at the Australasian Association for Philosophy conference on 4 July 2010

Dr Matthew Sharpe presented a paper “On Naming: Maimonides with Kripke” at the Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association conference on 16 July 2010.


Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2010 in late March participated in an invitee-only international seminar on the normative role of caring in nursing and other caring professions held over three days in Rome. Papers from the seminar will be edited and published in the journal "Nursing Ethics" in December, 2010.

Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2010 presented two seminars in Singapore in March. At the National University of Singapore he presented a paper on "Hope and Religion" and at the Singapore Management University, he presented a seminar on "Hope and Politics". "Hope and Politics" was also the topic of a lecture he gave at the Institute for Political Studies in Aix-en-Provence in France on April 22nd. Stan's OSP leave is proving very productive.


Dr Nina Weerakkody (2010) Teaching and learning in a fully online unit: Rich group discussions amid technological challenges. Presented at the Sixth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, Free University of Berlin, Germany, 15-17 January, 2010. (The paper was based on a research
project funded by a Faculty of Arts & Education, Teaching & Learning Research Grant awarded in 2008.)


Dr Grazyna Zajdow (2010) presented a paper in the refereed proceedings of the Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference in Canberra at ANU, December 1-5. The paper was entitled: ‘Producing the market for alcohol: the Victorian example’.


Media Coverage by Author


 

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes was interviewed by ABC Radio Canberra on debates over the Australian flag and the uses of the Southern Cross on 21 January 2010 and by ABC Radio Perth on 26 January 2010.


Dr Geoffrey Boucher and Dr Matthew Sharpe - Book event at Trades Hall Victoria for ZIZEK AND POLITICS on 2 July 2010.

Dr Geoffrey Boucher and Dr Matthew Sharpe - Book launch at Reading bookstore Carlton with on 16 July 2010.


Dr Scott Burchill was interviewed on ABC Breakfast Show on 7 May 2010.

Dr Scott Burchill reviewed the newspapers on 10August 2010 at 6.45am & 7.45am on ABC24 (HD) & ABC 2(SD).

Dr Scott Burchill spoke about West Papua at the AIIA on 9 August 2010.

Dr Scott Burchill (2010) 'Bring the boys back home', The Drum Unleashed, 19 October, 2010.

Dr Scott Burchill (2010) ‘Shifting reasons for being at war’, The Age, 22 October, 2010.

Dr Scott Burchill (2010) comment on the Afghanistan war debate in Parliament.


Professor Baogang He was quoted in two articles in The Australian about China.


Professor Damien Kingsbury, Dr Geoff Robinson, Dr Helen McGrath and Ross Monaghan continued with their regular commentary appearances across a variety of channels, both national and local.


Professor Fethi Mansouri was interviewed by Iman Riman, SBS Radio, Arabic Program, 24 April 2010. (Listen online)

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) interviewed by Darragh O'Keeffe for and cited in the following article ‘Culture Clash’, Education Review, October 2010. www.educationreview.com.au.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) SBS Insight Program, interview with Kate Mayhew, regarding ‘Islamophobia in Australia’ on 29 October 2010.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) Perth Radio station RTRFM 92.1, interview with Peter Barr, ‘migrant youth and the social experiences of racism’ 12 October, 2010.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2010) Perth radio station RTRFM 92.1, interview with Peter Barr, ‘asylum seekers proposed detention centre in Northam WA and the racist debate’ on 9 November 2010.


Professor David Marshall was interviewed for an article about the fleeting nature of reality TV fame for the Geelong Advertiser.


Colleen Murrell gave interviews on 20th and 21st July to ABC local radio on the launch of ABC News 24.


Dr Matthew Sharpe and Dr Geoffrey Boucher - Book event at Gleebooks Sydney on 4 July 2010.


Professor Geoff Stokes was interviewed on issues surrounding the appointment of Julia Gillard as the new Australian Prime Minister for Sanlian Life Weekly Magazine, a national Chinese magazine based in Beijing.


Dr Andrew Vandenberg (2010) Interview with James Nunez from SBS Radio, World View, regarding the Swedish Elections, 20 September.

Dr Andrew Vandenberg (2010) Interview with Jennifer Macey from PM Radio National, regarding the Swedish Elections, 20 September.


Dr Niranjala Weerakkody (2010) interviewed for and cited in the following article ‘Future TV at your fingertips’, The Adelaide Advertiser, 15 Oct 2010 p. 23.


Other Activities by Participant


 

Professor Baogang He was invited to attend Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s speech on his China policy and his announcement on the Federal government’s initiative to launch the ‘Australian Centre on the China in the World’ in ANU on 23 April 2010. After the speech Baogang had a chance to talk with him very briefly.

Professor Baogang He is a member of Europe and Global Challenges program for the year 2010.


Associate Professor Liz Eckermann (Lead CI) and Associate Professor Matthew Clarke received $222,236 commencing July 2010. Funding source: AusAID ADRA
Title: Developing new and effective ways to evaluate intervention in maternal health
services in illiterate and innumerate communities in southern Lao PDR: a case study
Year 1: $111,868
Year 2: $110,368

Synopsis: Where women are neither literate nor numerate, conventional measures of quality of life are unable to tap the impact of aid policies, practices and programs on their lives. In line with AusAID’s mission to improve gender equity in development outcomes and the OECD (2009) initiatives to develop new paradigms
to assess progress in societies (beyond GDP and mortality rates), this project will bring together the Lao Ministry of Health, Lao researchers, village communities and service providers to generate effective tools to assess the impact on women’s physical, mental, social and economic well-being of intervention programs designed to improve maternal and child health in LaoPDR.


Colleen Murrell (2010) School of Communication and Creative Arts was once again part of the judging team for the United Nations Association of Australia Media Peace Awards.


Professor Geoffrey Stokes, Professor Marian Simms, Dr Hans Lofgren, Dr David Hundt and Dr Peter Haeusler : The Australasian Political Studies Association has appointed a Deakin team comprising Prof. Geoffrey Stokes, Prof. Marian Simms, Dr Hans Lofgren, Dr David Hundt and Dr Peter Haeusler to edit the Australian Journal of Political Science. Stokes and Simms will be co-editors, Lofgren and Hundt will be Associate Editors and Peter Haeusler will be the Review Editor. The appointment is for three years with an option for renewal for a further 3 years. This is the first time that AJPS has been based at Deakin University. The journal is published quarterly by Taylor and Francis.


2010 Annual Report

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