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Alford, Jennifer H. (2005) Critical Literacy in high school preparation language programs:challenges and possibilities. Curriculum Perspectives, 25(3).
Alford, Jennifer H. (2001) Learning language and doing critical literacy at the same time: issues facing NESB students in the mainstream secondary classroom. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 45(3), pp. 238-242.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2005) Drama: Engaging all Learning Styles. In 9th International INGED (Turkish English Education Association) Conference, 20 - 22 October, 2005, Economics and Technical University, Ankara Turkey.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (1996) A Study of Patterns of Participation of Arnhem Land Aboriginal Students in a Non-Aboriginal Urban Secondary School. TESOL in Context, 6(2), pp. 26-32.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2004) Teaching English Poetry to Turkish Undergraduates: Comprehension Strategies Matter. In Bilkent University 9th International English Language Teaching Conference, "Challenge in Learning: Helping Learners Realise Their Full Potential", March 4-6, 2004, Ankara, Turkey.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2009) eCAF: A new tool for the conversational analysis of electronic communication. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 40(6), pp. 1014-1027.
Elyildirim, Selma & Ashton-Hay, Sally (2006) Creating Positive Attitudes Towards English as a Foreign Language. English Teaching Forum, 44(4).
Emmison, Michael & Danby, Susan J. (2007) Who's the friend in the background? Interactional strategies in determining authenticity in calls to a national children's helpline. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 30(3), 31.1-31.17.
Exley, Beryl E. (2005) Kangaroos on the main street? Using resources to break down stereotypes. Jigsaw: The magazine of the National Family Day Care Council of Australia, 35, pp. 9-10.
Fairclough, Norman, Graham, Philip W., Lemke, Jay, & Wodak, Ruth (2004) Introduction. Critical Discourse Studies, 1(1), pp. 1-7.
Ferrier, Elisabeth, Rooney, David J., Graham, Philip W., & Jones, Ashley (2007) Cultural knowledge management and broadband content in development: Open content platforms, copyright and archives. In Rahman, H (Ed.) Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Developments. Idea Group Publishing / Information Science Publishing, pp. 148-165.
Graham, Philip W. (2006) ‘Capitalism’ as False Consciousness. Studies in Language and Capitalism, 1, pp. 57-76.
Graham, Philip W. & Goodrum, Abby (2007) New media literacies : at the intersection of technical, cultural, and discursive knowledges. In Mansell, Robyn & Avgerou, Crisanthi (Eds.) The Oxford handbook of information and communication technologies. Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, Oxford, pp. 473-493.
Graham, Philip W. & McKenna, Bernard (2000) A Theoretical and Analytical Synthesis of Autopoiesis and Sociolinguistics for the Study of Organisational Communication. Social Semiotics, 10(1), pp. 41-59.
Hanna, Barbara E. & de Nooy, Juliana (2003) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum: Electronic Discussion and Foreign Language Learning. Language Learning and Technology, 7(1), pp. 71-85.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (1998) A Legitimate Place for Intuition and Other A-logical Processes in Research and Hence in Reports of Research. In Australian Association for Research in Education, 29 November - 3 December, 1998, Adelaide.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (1997) Science Literacy: Demystifying Texts in Science Classrooms. In Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference, 30 November - 4 December, 1997, Brisbane, Australia.
Kendall, Gavin P., Collins, Alan, & Michael, Mike (1997) Constructing risk: Psychology, medicine and child welfare. Journal of Applied Social Behaviour, 4(1), pp. 15-25.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2004) Agency as Discursive Practice: Taking Up a Position as an International Student. In Vadeboncoeur, Jennifer & Jervis-Tracey, Paula (Eds.) Crossing boundaries: Perspectives across paradigms in educational research. Australian Academic Press, Brisbane, pp. 89-113.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2005) Agency as discursive practice: From 'nobody' to 'somebody’'as an international student in Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 25(1), pp. 45-60.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2005) Critical Discourse Analysis and hybrid texts: Analysing English as a Second Language (ESL). Melbourne Studies in Education, 46(2), pp. 87-105.
Mills, Kathy A. (2007) Access to multiliteracies: A critical ethnography. Ethnography and Education, 2(3), pp. 305-325.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) Critical Framing in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. In Rennie, J (Ed.) Voices, Vibes, Visions: Hearing the Voices, Feeling the Vibes, Capturing the Visions, Aust. Assoc. for Teaching English/Australian Literacy Educator's Association, Darwin.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) 'Mr. Travelling-at-will Ted Doyle' : Discourses in a multiliteracies classroom. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 29(2), pp. 132-149.
Sarigul, Ece & Ashton-Hay, Sally (2005) Culture and English Language Teaching: Raising Awareness. In 9th International INGED (Turkish English Education Association) Conference "New Horizons in ELT", 2- - 22 October, 2005, Economics and Technical University, Ankara Turkey.
Tan, Jennifer Pei-Ling (2008) Closing the gap: A multiliteracies approach to English language teaching for 'at-risk' students in Singapore. In Healy, Annah (Ed.) Multiliteracies and Diversity in Education. Oxford University Press, Victoria, Australia, pp. 144-167.