Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES (220000) > PHILOSOPHY (220300) > Phenomenology (220310)"
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Hamilton, Jillian G. (2006) A reformation of space : intimate transactions in art and distributed communication. In Hamilton, Jillian G. (Ed.) Intimate Transactions : Art, Exhibition and Interaction within Distributed Network Environments. ACID (Australasian CRC for Interaction Design), Brisbane Australia, pp. 116-129.
Gildersleeve, Matthew (2015) Acknowledging, moving toward and transcending psychophysiological angst during a paradox of conflicting desires. Quadrant: The Journal of the C.G. Jung Foundation, 45(1), pp. 69-86.
Gildersleeve, Matthew (2013) Mutual enlightenment : augmenting human factors research in surgical robotics. IEEE Pulse, 4(2), pp. 26-31.
Le Lievre, James A., Schweitzer, Robert D., & Barnard, Alan (2011) Schizophrenia and the progression of emotional expression in relation to others. Qualitative Health Research.
Rosbrook, Bernadette & Schweitzer, Robert (2010) The meaning of home for Karen and Chin refugees from Burma: An interpretative phenomenological approach. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 12(2), pp. 159-172.
Bourke, Patricia E. (2007) Inclusive education research and phenomenology. In Jeffery, Peter L. (Ed.) Australian Association for Research in Education. Research impacts: Proving or improving?, 25 - 29 November, 2007, Fremantle, Western Australia. (Unpublished)
Flender, Christian, Kitto, Kirsty, & Bruza, Peter D. (2009) Nonseparability of shared intentionality. In Bruza, Peter D., Sofge, Don, Lawless, William, Rijsbergen, Keith van, & Klusch, Matthias (Eds.) Third Quantum Interaction Symposium, 25-27 March 2009, Saarbruecken, Germany.
Mitchell, Peta (2015) Atmospheres: Aesthetics of emotional spaces. Social and Cultural Geography.