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Abdullah-Wendt, Rohana (2008) Indigenous governance : does it improve indigenous employment outcomes? And if so how? In Brown, Kerry A., Mandell, Myrna, Furneaux, Craig W., & Beach, Sandra (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in Public Management : The 12th Annual Conference of the International Research Society for Public Management, 26 – 28 March 2008, Brisbane, Australia.
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 (Unpublished)
de Plevitz, Loretta (2010) Binang gurri: turning a deaf ear to indigenous hearing loss. Australian indigenous health bulletin, 10(3), pp. 1-13.
Macoun, Alissa (2011) Aboriginality and the Northern Territory intervention. Australian Journal of Political Science, 46(3), pp. 519-534.
Macoun, Alissa (2012) Aboriginality and the Northern Territory intervention. PhD thesis, University of Queensland.
McPhail-Bell, Karen & Henaway, Chris (2010) The Queensland Indigenous alcohol diversion program : a health agency’s journey. In (Ed.) Inaugural National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference: Listening, Learning and Leading, 16-18 June 2010, Adelaide, SA. (Unpublished)
Smyllie, Susan, Scaife, Wendy A., & McDonald, Katie (2011) That's what governments do : exploring fundamental barriers to public–philanthropic interaction : the example of indigenous well-being. Public Management Review, 13(8), pp. 1139-1154.
Strakosch, Elizabeth & Macoun, Alissa (2012) The vanishing endpoint of settler colonialism. Arena Journal, 37-38, pp. 40-62.