Book Chapter (1995)
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Currie, E (1995) The End of Work: Public and Private Livelihood in Post-employment Capitalism. In Edgell, Stephen., Walklate, Sandra., & Williams, Gareth. (Eds.) Debating the Future of the Publci Sphere. Avebury, Aldershot.
Carlen, P (1995) Why Study Women's Imprisonment? Or Anyone Else's. In King, R. & Maguire, M. (Eds.) Prisons in Context. Clarendon, Oxford, pp. 131-140.
Crowther, Philip (1995) H'ani : National Parks and Wildlife Facilities at Springbrook. In Popovic, Vesna, Whitman, Paula, & Hudson, Brian J. (Eds.) Design for the community. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, pp. 36-39.
Efron, Nathan (1995) Introduction. In Efron, Nathan (Ed.) The International Contact Lens Year Book. Saunders, London, ix-x.
Efron, Nathan (1995) Prescribing contact lenses for the 'top 20' sports. In Efron, Nathan (Ed.) The International Contact Lens Year Book. Saunders, London, pp. 10-23.
Efron, Nathan (1995) Review of contact lens research presented at ARVO 1994. In Efron, Nathan (Ed.) The International Contact Lens Year Book. Saunders, London, pp. 1-9.
Efron, Nathan (1995) Sports vision correction with contact lenses. In Loran, Donald F.C. & MacEwen, Caroline J. (Eds.) Sports Vision. Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, pp. 127-147.
Irving, Kym A. (1995) Social development : personal identity and social competence. In Boulton-Lewis, Gillian & Catherwood, Dianne (Eds.) The Early Years : Development, Teaching and Learning. Pitman, London.
Kavanagh, David J. (1995) Families and chronic mental illness. In Sanders, M.R. (Ed.) Healthy families, Healthy Nation : Strategies for Promoting Family Mental Health in Australia. Australian Academic Press, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 79-85.
Li, J.D., Brown, R.J., & Bilger, R.W. (1995) Spectral measurements of reactive and passive scalars in a turbulent reactive-scalar-mixing layer. In Durst, F., Kasagi, N., Launder, B.E., Schmidt, F.W., Suzuki, K., & Whitelaw, J.H. (Eds.) Selected Papers from the 9 International Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows. Springer.
Lidstone, John (1995) Becoming professional. In Lidstone, John (Ed.) Becoming professional: Papers from the special session on becoming professional at the 1994 Congress of the International Geographical Union held in Prague, Czech Republic. Centre for Applied Environmental and Social Education Research, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 11-26.
Lidstone, John (1995) Looking at the world-positively. In Lidstone, John (Ed.) Global Issues of Our Time. Cambridge University Press, Hong Kong, China, pp. 1-9.
Muncie, J (1995) Issues in the Study of the Family. In Sapsford, R. (Ed.) Understanding the Family. Sage, pp. 7-37.
Singh, Parlo (1995) Feminism(s), Education and Social Justice in the 1990s: Poststructural Theory and the Politics of Inclusion. In Kalanztis, Mary (Ed.) A Fair Go in Education. Australian Curriculum Studies Association, Belconnen, A.C.T, pp. 18-24.
Singh, Parlo (1995) Voicing the `Other'. Speaking for the `Self'. Disrupting the metanarratives of educational theorizing with poststructural feminism(s). In Wexler, P. & Smith, R. (Eds.) After postmodernism : education, politics, and identity. Falmer Press, London, pp. 182-206.
Skitmore, Martin & Lowe, David (1995) Human factors in estimating. In Smith, Nigel (Ed.) Project Cost Estimating. Thomas Telford Ltd, , pp. 91-100.
South, N (1995) Drug Markets and Law Enforcement. In Dorn D. (ed), N. Hobbs (Ed.) Professional Criminals. International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology, Dartmouth, pp. 25-42.
Tindle, Elizabeth (1995) Restart : reflections on the British scheme of the 80s for the long term unemployed. In Hicks, Richard E., Creed, Peter, Patton, Wendy A., & Tomlinson, John (Eds.) Unemployment, Developments and Transitions. Australian Academic Press, Brisbane, pp. 253-261.
Wright, Natalie (1995) Design and culture : an ongoing cultural experience. In Popovic, Vesna, Whitman, Paula, & Hudson, Brian (Eds.) Design for the Community. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld., pp. 90-93.