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Research Output for Jenny Hughes

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014 publications have not been audited.

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Publications

1997 School of Social Inquiry

Hughes, J. (1997) A History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in New Guinea, "Sex, Disease, and Society A Comparative History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific", pp. 231-248, Greenwood Press, Westport [B1]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Hughes, J. (1997) "The Fourth World: The Quest for Recognition and Rights", "Global forces, local realities. Anthropological perspectives on change in the Third World", pp. 167-192, Deakin University Press, Geelong [B1]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Hughes, J. (1997) "The Researcher, the Institute and the Community: A Field Study of Stds in Papua New Guinea", "Proceedings of the Third Asia and Pacific Conference on the Social Sciences and Medicine, Perth, 1996", pp. 1-15, Edith Cowan University, Perth, W.A. [E2]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1995 School of Social Inquiry

Clark, J.* and Hughes, J. (1995) A History of Sexuality and Gender in Tasi, "Papuan borderlands: Huli, Duna, and the Ipili perspectives on the Papuan New Guinea highlands.", pp. 315-340, University of Michigan, Michigan Uni, US [B1]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Hughes, J. (1995) After the Gold Rush:A Medical Anthropological Study in Papua New Guinea, Anthropology. Voices from the Margins, pp. 35-60, Deakin University Press, Geelong [B1]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

No grants and/or consultancies found or audited – the 2014 HERDC financial return has not been completed or loaded as yet.

Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised by Jenny Hughes

No completions found or audited.

Legend:
* Not a member of Deakin University at time of output.

DRO to publications collection last synchronised: Monday 20th October 2014 10:04pm

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23rd July 2011