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Anderson, Debra J. & Yoshizawa, Toyoko (2007) Cross-cultural comparisons of health-related quality of life in Australian and Japanese midlife women. Menopause, 14(4), pp. 697-707.
Ball, Matthew J. & Scherer, Burkhard (2011) Introduction : queering paradigms, interrogating agendas. In Scherer, Burkhard & Ball, Matthew J. (Eds.) Queering Paradigms II : Interrogating Agendas. Peter Lang AG, Bern, pp. 1-10.
Bryant, Lia & Pini, Barbara (2006) Towards an Understanding of Gender and Capital in Constituting Biotechnologies in Agriculture. Sociologia Ruralis, 46(4), pp. 261-279.
Crabb, Shona & Ekberg, Stuart (2014) Retaining female postgraduates in academia : the role of gender and prospective parenthood. Higher Education Research and Development, 33(6), pp. 1099-1162.
Davey, Jeremy D. (1997) Determinants of binge drinking and alcohol use by young women. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 10(2), pp. 7-16.
Draper, Angela E. (1999) 'I'm sorry, you said she was how old?' Youthfulness and the fashion model. Social Alternatives, 18(2), pp. 33-37.
Dwyer, Angela E. (2005) Average looking really pretty model people: New ways of thinking about the fashion model for new times. In Julian, Roberta, Rottier, Reannan, & White, Rob (Eds.) Community, Place, Change, The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, December, Hobart, Australia.
Dwyer, Angela E. (2004) Disorder or delight? Towards a new account of the fashion model body. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, 8(4), pp. 405-423.
Dwyer, Angela E. (2004) Disrupting the ‘ravages of lookism’: Observations of female model bodies. In Richmond, Katy (Ed.) Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, December, Beechworth.
Dwyer, Angela E. (2006) From private to public bodies: Normalising pregnant bodies in Western culture. Nexus: Newsletter of The Australian Sociological Association, 18(3), pp. 18-19.
Dwyer, Angela E. (2008) Policing embodied queerness : focusing on bodies in criminological research. Nexus : Newsletter of The Australian Sociological Association.
English, Rebecca M., Johns, Raechel, & Dwyer, Angela E. (2015) Two mums and some babies : queering motherhood. In Burton, Nadya (Ed.) Natal Signs : Cultural Representations of Pregnancy, Birth and Parenting. Demeter Press, Ontario, Canada.
Fredericks, Bronwyn L. (1995) Inspiration and strength. REDRESS: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 5(June), p. 15.
Fredericks, Bronwyn L. (2008) Which way that empowerment? : Aboriginal women's narratives of empowerment. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Scholarship, 4(2), pp. 6-19.
Fredericks, Bronwyn L., Adams, Karen, & Angus, Sandra (2010) The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women's Health Strategy. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal: A National Resource Journal for Aboriginal and Islander Community Education Workers, 34(4), pp. 32-34.
Fredericks, Bronwyn L., Adams, Karen, Angus, Sandra, & the Australian Women's Health Network, Talking Circle (2010) National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's health strategy. Australian Women's Health Network (AHWN), Melbourne.
Hayes, Sharon L. & Ball, Matthew J. (2010) 'Homophobia' in the university classroom : law and justice students' conceptualizations of queer identity. In Scherer, Burkhard (Ed.) Queering Paradigms. Peter Lang AG, Bern, pp. 181-196.
Hayes, Sharon L. & Ball, Matthew J. (2010) Queering cyberspace : fan fiction communities as spaces for expressing and exploring sexuality. In Scherer, Burkhard (Ed.) Queering Paradigms. Peter Lang AG, Bern, pp. 219-239.
Hayes, Sharon L. & Ball, Matthew J. (2009) Sexuality in a criminal justice curriculum : a study of student conceptualisations of gay identity. Journal of Australian Studies, 33(3), pp. 273-287.
Kuga Thas, Angela M. (2013) Book Review : Shoshana Amielle Magnet, When Biometrics Fail: Gender, Race, and the Technology of Identity, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 2011, ISBN 978 0 8223 5135, xv+208pp. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, 146, pp. 167-168.
Lennie, June (2006) Critically evaluating rural women’s participation and empowerment : An interdisciplinary feminist framework for research and analysis. In Behera, M. C. (Ed.) Globalising Rural Development : Competing Paradigms and Emerging Realities. Sage, New Delhi.
Macoun, Alissa & Miller, Danielle (2014) Surviving (thriving) in academia : feminist support networks and women ECRs. Journal of Gender Studies, 23(3), pp. 287-301.
Maxwell, Jane & Freeman, James E. (2007) Gender differences in DUI in treatment in Texas. Traffic Injury Prevention, 8(4), pp. 353-360.
Maxwell, Jane & Freeman, James E. (2007) Women who come to treatment as a result of a DUI offense. In Traffic Injury Prevention, Seattle, USA.
McDonald, Katie & Scaife, Wendy A. (2011) Mapping Australia's philanthropic investment in women and girls. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
Miller, Evonne, Buys, Laurie, & Roberto, Karen (2005) Feeling Blue?: The importance of a confidant for the wellbeing of older rural married Australian and American men. In 38th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, November 2005, Gold Coast.
Morriss, Cate (2009) Pacific women, Pacific plan : is the Pacific Islands Forum stepping up the pace with a gendered approach to regional development? In 3th International Conference on Women's Studies : Gender at the Crossroads : Multi Disciplinary Perspectives, 20-22 April 2009, Eastern Mediterranean University, Center for Women’s Studies in Famagusta, Northern Cyprus. (In Press)
Pini, Barbara (2005) Gender, Leadership and Franchise in Australian Agri-political Groups: Men's Resistance to Change. In Davies, D, Fisher, G, & Hughes, R (Eds.) Engaging the Multiple Contexts of Management: Convergence and Divergence of Management Theory and Practice: Proceedings of the 19th ANZAM Conference, 7 December - 10 December 2005, Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra.
Pini, Barbara (2005) Tradition and Change: Gender Relations and Australian Local Government. In Davies, D, Fisher, G, & Hughes, R (Eds.) Engaging the Multiple Contexts of Management: Convergence and Divergence of Management Theory and Practice: Proceedings of the 19th ANZAM Conference, 7 December - 10 December 2005, Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra.
Pini, Barbara & Price, Robin (2005) Gender, Identity and Women's Involvement in Tractor Work: A Case Study of the Australian Sugar Industry. In Baird, M, Cooper, R, & Westcott, M (Eds.) Reworking work: Proceedings of the 19th Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand, 9-11 February 2005, Australia, New South Wales, Sydney.
Pini, Barbara M. & McDonald, Paula K. (2004) Gender, change and resistance: Men's response to women's networks in the Australian sugar industry. In Bailey, C., Cabrera, D., & Buys, L. (Eds.) Social Change in the 21st Century Conference; Centre for Social Change Research; Queensland University of Technology.
Pini, Barbara M. & Shortall, Sally (2006) Gender Equality in Agriculture: Examining State Intervention in Australia and Northern Ireland. Social Policy and Society, 5(2), pp. 199-206.
Rodgers, Jessica (2011) After Sex? On Writing since Queer Theory, edited by Janet Halley and Andrew Parker [Review]. M/C Reviews.
Rodgers, Jessica (2010) Analysing queer student media using a combined queer theoretical and media studies approach. In Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference (ANZCA10), 7-9 July 2010, Old Parliament House, Canberra. (Unpublished)
Rodgers, Jessica (2010) The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory edited by Giffney and O'Rourke [Review]. M/C Reviews.
Rodgers, Jessica (2013) Jane McCredie - Making Girls and Boys : Inside the Science of Sex [Book Review]. M/C Reviews.
Rodgers, Jessica (2010) 'Live your liberation - don't lobby for it' : Australian queer student activists' perspectives of same-sex marriage. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 24(4), pp. 601-617.
Rodgers, Jessica (2010) Pleasure Consuming Medicine : The Queer Politics of Drugs By Kane Race [Review]. M/C Reviews.
Rodgers, Jessica (2012) Queer theory, media studies and editorial processes in queer student media. 3C Media, 7, pp. 4-19.
Rodgers, Jessica (2011) Queers doing theory : Australian queer student activist print media’s representations of capitalism. In Scherer, Burkhard & Ball, Matthew J. (Eds.) Queering Paradigms II : Interrogating Agendas. Peter Lang Publishing Inc..
Rodgers, Jessica & Parkhill, Chad (2010) Queer/error : gay media systems and processes of abjection. In Nunes, Mark (Ed.) Error : Glitch, Noise and Jam in New Media Cultures. Continuum International Publishing Group, New York, pp. 211-231.
Romano, Angela R. (2010) Who makes the news : Australia : global media monitoring project 2010 national report. Toronto, ON.
Scherer, Burkhard & Ball, Matthew (2011) Queering Paradigms II : Interrogating Agendas. Peter Lang Publishing, Bern, Switzerland.
Steinberg, Margaret & Cain, Lara (2003) Putting paid to prescribed roles : a new era for Australian women and philanthropy. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld.. [Working Paper]
Williams, Clive K. (2002) Masculinity Delinquency and the Risky Road Use Behaviour of Young Male Offenders. In 2002 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, 4-5 November 2002, Adelaide, SA.
Williams, Clive K. & Ferguson, Megan (2002) An examination of masculinity and delinquency as psychosocial factors underlying the risky road use behaviour of young male offenders. In 37th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, 27 September - 10 October 2002, Gold Coast, QLD.