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Ailwood, Joanne (2007) Mothers, teachers, maternalism and early childhood education and care : some historical connections. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 8(2), pp. 157-165.
Number of full-text downloads 2,071

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Boone, Danielle J. (2007) A Picasso or a Pre-schooler? : ways of seeing the 'child as artist'. In 2007 Philsophy of Education Society of Australasia Conference "Creativity, Enterprise and Policy - New Directions in Education", 6- 9 December 2007, Wellington, New Zealand.
Number of full-text downloads 660

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Ehrich, Lisa C. (2003) Phenomenology: The Quest for Meaning. In O’Donohue, T. & Punch, K. (Eds.) Qualitative educational research in action. Doing and reflecting. Routledge Falmer, London ; New York, pp. 42-69.

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Graham, Linda J. (2005) The Incidental "Other": A Foucaultian interrogation of educational policy effects. In American Educational Research Association Conference, April 11th to 16th, Montreal.
Number of full-text downloads 804

Graham, Linda J. (2007) (Neo)Liberal doses of inequality : advance Australia where? In Shaw, Robert (Ed.) Creativity, Enterprise and Policy - New Directions in Education, Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia, Wellington, New Zealand.
Number of full-text downloads 63

Graham, Linda J. (2005) (Re)Visioning the Centre: Queensland's quest for the cosmopolitan child. In Philosophy in Education Society of Australasia, 24th - 27th November 2005, Hong Kong. (Unpublished)
Number of full-text downloads 303

Graham, Linda J. (2006) Speaking of "disorderly" objects: a poetics of pedagogical discourse. In Foucault and Education SIG, American Education Research Association (AERA), April 6-11 2006, San Francisco.
Number of full-text downloads 604

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Henderson, Deborah J. (2004) Why Studies of Asia deserves a place in Australia's history curriculum. EQ Australia, Talking H(2), pp. 21-22.
Number of full-text downloads 263

Heywood, Philip R. (2004) Collaboratice Community Plannng. Australian Planner, 41(2), pp. 30-33.
Number of full-text downloads 373

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Jewels, Tony J., de Pablos Heredero, Carmen, & Campbell, Marilyn A. (2004) Does technology impact on teaching styles or do teaching styles impact on technology in the delivery of higher education? Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 1.
Number of full-text downloads 485

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Lidstone, John (2005) Teaching for disaster mitigation in a time of terrorism : can the lessons from natural disasters be applied to the New World Order? Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 20(2), pp. 33-38.
Number of full-text downloads 167

Lidstone, John (2006) Theory and practice in teacher education. In Peklaj, C. (Ed.) Teorija in praksa v izobrazevanju uciteljev. Pedagosko izobrazevanje Filozofske fakultete, Univerza v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pp. 11-18.

Lloyd, Eluned M. (2004) Unravelling an archive: Historicising 'doctorate'. In AARE Annual Conference, 28th November - 2nd December, Melbourne, Australia.
Number of full-text downloads 103

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Mellor, Bronwyn & Patterson, Annette J. (2005) Critical literacy : theory, pedagogy and the historical imperative. In Beach, R., Green, J., & Shanahan, P. (Eds.) Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Literacy Research (2nd Edition). Hampton Press, Cresskill, NJ, pp. 455-480.

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Patterson, Annette J. (2002) Installing English at the hub of early twentieth century school curricula in Australia. History of Education Review, 31(2), pp. 45-57.

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