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Dee, Mike (2015) Urban public space and the marginalisation of children and young people. In McConville, Chris (Ed.) Hopeful places: Migration and Belonging in an Unpredictable era. Connor Court Publishing Pty Ltd, Ballarat, VIC.
Dee, Michael J. (2003) Children, young people and their social and spatial citizenship rights. In Joined Up Services : Linking Together for Children and Families. Children's Issues Centre, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Dee, Mike & Marston, Greg (2015) The social inclusion policy agenda in Australia: A case of old wine, new bottles? Australian Journal of Social Issues, 50(2).
Dee, Mike (2015) Urban citizenship in a sensor rich society. International Journal of Social, Management, Economics and Business Engineering, 9(1), 76 -81.
Dee, Mike (2013) Welfare surveillance, income management and new paternalism in Australia. Surveillance & Society, 11(3), pp. 272-286.
Dee, Michael, Schooneveldt, Simon, & Tomlinson, John (2005) From Paupers to Citizenship. New Community Quarterly, 3(3), pp. 41-45.
Crane, Phil & Dee, Mike (2001) Young people, public space and new urbanism. Youth Studies Australia, 20(1), pp. 11-18.
Dee, Mike (2000) No hiding place. Young People Now, pp. 20-21.
Dee, Mike (1996) Sun, sea, sex, sand and conservatism in the Australian television soap opera. Young People Now, March, pp. 1-5.
Dee, Mike (1996) Sun, sea, sex, sand and soap. Young People Now, 82(3), pp. 30-31.
Dee, Mike (1995) Caught on camera. Young People Now, pp. 18-19.
Dee, Mike (2015) Urban citizenship in a sensor rich society. In International Science Index, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, London, United Kingdom, pp. 893-898.
Dee, Mike (2014) Poverty by acronym in Australia : welcome to CIM, VIM, PBIM, CPIM and SEAM. In West, Brad (Ed.) Proceedings of the TASA 2014 Annual Conference, University of South Australia, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA.
Dee, Mike (2014) When the five giants of post war reconstruction meet the four pillars of welfare reform-young people lose out, again. In West, Brad (Ed.) Proceedings of the TASA 2014 Annual Conference, University of South Australia, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA.
Dee, Mike (2013) Citizenship, community, public space and the marginalisation of children and young people. In Osbaldiston, Nicholas, Strong, Catherine, & Forbes-Mewett, Helen (Eds.) 2013 Conference Proceedings Reflections, Intersections and Aspirations 50 years of Australian Sociology, Monash University Caulfield Campus, Melbourne, Australia.
Dee, Mike (2013) Public Space and the Marginalisation of Children and Young People. In Conference Proceedings : The Inaugural European Conference on the Social Sciences 2013, IAFOR (International Academic Forum), Brighton, United Kingdom.
Dee, Michael J. & Lantz, Sarah (2012) Welfare reform, surveillance and new paternalism. In Broom, Alex & Cheshire, Lynda (Eds.) The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, November 27-29, Brisbane, The Australian Sociological Association, The University of Queensland.
Marston, Greg & Dee, Michael J. (2012) Does the social inclusion discourse add value? In The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, November 27-29, Brisbane.
Dee, Michael J. (2011) Governing the dangerous classes : welcome to E-Nose, CCTV and the Mosquito. In Threadgold, Steven, Kirby, Emma, & Germov, John (Eds.) Proceedings of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Local Lives/Global Networks, The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), The University of Newcastle, pp. 1-23.
Dee, Mike (2008) Towards a matrix of rights to public space for children and young people in Australia. In Majoribanks, T, Barraket, Jo, Chang, J-S, Dawson, A, Guillemin, M, Henry-Waring, M, et al. (Eds.) TASA Re-imagining Sociology : Annual Conference The Australian Sociological Association, 2-5 December 2008, University of Melbourne.
Dee, Mike (2004) Young people, children and their social and spatial citizenship rights. In The Canadian Anthropology Society Conference on Citizenship and Public Space Abstracts, The Canadian Anthropology Society , London, Ontario, Canada, 7.22-7.23.
Dee, Michael J. (2003) Harsh times at the Ministry of Fear? Australia's diminished citizenship of the working poor. In Bradley, Rebecca, Lyddon, Jeff, & Buys, Laurie (Eds.) Social Change in the 21st Century : 2003 Conference Proceedings, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Dee, Mike (2002) Young people, citizenship and public space : a work in progress on issues and consequences. In World Congress of Sociology : Constructing and Using Time, Space and Place, 11-15 July 2002, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Dee, Michael J. (2002) The new citizenship of the risk and surveillance society: From a citizenship of hope to a citizenship of fear? In Hanna, Barbara (Ed.) Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, 22 November 2002, Carseldine, Queensland.
Dee, Michael (2000) Building the computer mediated distance learning community: Issues and observations drawn from teaching and learning. In Beven, Fred, Kanes, Clive, & Roebuck, Dick (Eds.) Learning Together Working Together : Building Communities for the 21st Century Conference, Centre for Learning and Work Research, Faculty of Education, Griffith University : Australian Academic Press, Gold Coast, Australia, p. 48.
Dee, Michael J. (2000) The use of CCTV to police public spaces : a case of big brother or big friend? In 27th Rediscovery of Public Space & Cities for the Well-Being Of Children, 4-8 July 2000, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)
Dee, Michael (2000) Young people and their struggle for youth citizenship. In First International Youth Service Models Conference, 12-15 March 2000, Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia.
Dee, Michael J. (1999) Young people and citizenship-delayed, diminished and empty? In Living at the Edge International Conference on Young People and Social Exclusion, 9-12 September 1999, University of Strathclyde, Scotland . (Unpublished)
Dee, Mike (1999) Young people and the social exclusion of their public and private space. In Joint Conference AASW IFSW APASWE AASWWE Promoting Inclusion-Redressing Exclusion The Social Work Challenge, Australian Association of Social Workers, Brisbane Sheraton Hotel, Brisbane, QLD, p. 264.
Dee, Mike (1995) Young people and the struggle for public space in Australia. In Youth 2000 Conference, 7-9 July1995, University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, UK. (Unpublished)
Dee, Mike (2014) Engaging children and young people in creating resilient and healthy urban spaces. In Australia-China Centre for Public Health Research Forum 2014, 1-3 August 2014, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
Dee, Mike (2012) Surveillance Town: Social inclusion-exclusion through surveillance, ‘the dignity of work’ and income management. In Surveillance and/in Everyday Life: Monitoring Pasts, Presents and Futures, 20-21 February 2012, Sydney Law School, Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney, Australia. (Unpublished)
Dee, Mike (2012) Public space and the marginalisation of children and young people. In Place and Displacement Conference, 21-23 November 2012, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.
Dee, Mike (2010) Let the children (and young people) play-where, how, why? In The 17th Australian Research in Early Childhood Education Conference, 19-21 January 2010, Monash University, Peninsula Campus, Frankston, Australia. (Unpublished)
Dee, Mike (2009) Children and young people using public space : models of rights, optimism and wellbeing. In Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) National Conference , 2-4 September 2009, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, VIC. (Unpublished)
Dee, Mike (2004) Young people, participation and public space. In Youth in Local Government Conference , 1-3 July 2004, Children's Issues Centre, University of Otago, Dunedin. (Unpublished)
Crane, Philip R., Dee, Michael J., & Spencer, Anna (2011) Redland city youth and public space report : provisions for good practice. (Unpublished)
Dee, Michael John (2008) Young people, public space and citizenship. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.