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Alloway, Nola (2007) Swimming against the tide: boys, literacies, and schooling - an Australian story. Canadian Journal of Education, 30 (2). pp. 582-605.
Anderson, Neil, Timms, Carolyn, and Courtney, Lyn (2006) "If you want to advance in the ICT industry, you have to work harder than your male peers." Women in ICT Industry Survey: preliminary findings. In: Proceedings of the 2006 Australian Women in IT Conference. From: AusWIT 2006 10th Australian Women in IT Conference: partICipaTion one year on, 4-5 December 2006, Adelaide, SA, Australia.
Anderson, Neil, Klein, Mary, and Lankshear, Colin (2005) Redressing the gender imbalance in ICT professions: toward state-level strategic approaches. Australian Educational Computing, 20 (2). pp. 3-10.
Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pam (2004) Shifting discourses about gender in higher education enrolments: retrieving marginalised voices. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17 (1). pp. 99-112.
Alloway, Nola, Gilbert, Pam, Gilbert, Rob, and Henderson, Robyn (2003) Boys performing English. Gender and Education, 15 (4). pp. 351-364.
Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pamela (2002) Boys and literacy learning: changing perspectives. AECA Research in Practice Series, 9 (4). 1-18.
Alloway, Nola, Gilbert, Pam, Freebody, Peter, and Muspratt, Sandy (2002) Boys, literacy and schooling: expanding the repertoires of practice. Project Report. Curriculum Corporation, Carlton, Victoria.
Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pam (2002) Literacy and gender in early childhood contexts: boys on the side? In: Makin, Laurie, and Diaz, Cirss Jones, (eds.) Literacies in Early Childhood: changing views, challenging practice. Maclennan & Petty, Eastgardens, NSW, Australia, pp. 251-265.
Baker, Joanne (2010) Great expectations and post-feminist accountability: young women living up to the ‘successful girls’ discourse. Gender and Education, 22 (1). pp. 1-15.
Dalley-Trim, Leanne (2012) Australian generation Ys: reading their futures through a neoliberal lens. In: Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Education, pp. 1-7. From: 8th International Conference on Education, 5-7 July 2012, Samos Island, Greece.
Dalley-Trim, Leanne (2012) Young women's dismissal of the influence of gender upon their future life trajectory as played out in 'New Times'. Australian Educational Researcher, 39 (2). pp. 193-205.
Dalley-Trim, Leanne, and Alloway, Nola (2010) Provision of Services to Facilitate and Evaluate Teachers' Professional Learning in Working Towards Success for Boys. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Dalley-Trim, Leanne (2009) The call to critique 'common sense' understandings about boys and masculinity(ies). Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 34 (1). pp. 54-68.
Dalley-Trim, Leanne (2007) 'The boys' present... hegemonic masculinity: a performance of multiple acts. Gender and Education, 19 (2). pp. 199-217.
Dalley-Trim, Leanne (2006) 'Just boys being boys'? Youth Studies Australia, 25 (3). pp. 26-33.
Davies, Bronwyn, Dormer, Suzy, Gannon, Sue, Laws, Catherine, Rocco, Sharn, Taguchi, Hillevi Lenz, and McCann, Helen (2001) Becoming schoolgirls: the ambivalent project of subjectification. Gender and Education, 13 (2). pp. 167-182.
Errington, Edward P. (1996) Exploring gender perceptions of student teachers using role-play. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Teacher Education: stability, evolution and revolution, pp. 137-146. From: Second International Conference of Teacher Education: stability, evolution and revolution, 30 June - 4 July 1996, Israel.
Ford, Carole (2011) Boys are doctors, girls are nurses: the resilience of gender as a determinant in the career aspirations of girls. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
Gough, Annette, and Whitehouse, Hilary (2003) The nature of environmental education research from a feminist poststructuralist viewpoint. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 8 (1). pp. 31-43.
Gilbert, Pam (2000) ‘The deepening divide?’: Choices for Australian education. Australian Educational Researcher, 27 (1). pp. 31-45.
Haase, Malcolm (2010) Fearfully powerful: male teachers, social power and the primary school. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 18 (2). pp. 173-190.
Haase, Malcolm, Balatti, Jo, Knight, Cecily, and Henderson, Lyn (2010) Male preservice teachers, gender and performance in an online teacher education subject. In: Proceedings of Australian Teacher Education Association Conference, pp. 1-11. From: ATEA 2010 Australian Teacher Education Association Conference, 4-7 July 2010, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Henderson, Lynette, Eshet-Alkalai, Yoram, and Klemes, Joel (2008) Digital gaming: a comparative international study of youth leisure in a peaceful and war zone country. Eludamos: journal for computer game culture, 2 (1). pp. 73-103.
Harrington, Ingrid (2006) The role of a dominant masculinity discourse in the decisions of early school leaving boys in Queensland. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Honan, Eileen, Davies, Bronwyn, Knobel, Michele, and Baker, Carolyn (2000) Producing possible Hannahs: theory and the subject of research. Qualitative Inquiry, 6 (1). pp. 9-32.
Klein, Mary (2004) Doing our maths: teaching and learning through a poststructuralist lens. In: Allen, Jennifer, (ed.) Sociology of Education: possibilities and practices. Social Science Press, Tuggerah, NSW, Australia, pp. 145-160.
Klein, Mary (2004) Thinking innovatively about advancing the innovative potential of preservice teachers. In: Proceedings of the 2004 Australian Teacher Education Association National Conference, pp. 203-212. From: Making Spaces: regenerating the profession, 7 - 10 July 2004, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.
Lasen, Michelle (2010) Education and career pathways in Information Communication Technology: what are schoolgirls saying? Computers & Education, 54 (4). pp. 1117-1126.
Meldrum, K.J., and Ollis, D.J. (2010) Improving health outcomes for girls: reflections on the impact on body issues of a girl's only health and physical education intervention. In: Abstracts from 20th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion, p. 1. From: 20th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion, 11-15 July 2010, Geneva, Switzerland.
Meldrum, Kathryn (2010) The quest to improve body image in adolescent girls - school-based interventions is only part of the answer: A case study from Victoria. In: Abstracts of SHAPE 2010 Sport, Health and Physical Educatio Conference, p. 1. From: SHAPE 2010 Sport, Health and Physical Education Conference, 26 February 2010, Adelaide, SA, Australia.
Marchant, Jillian (2009) Off the beaten mummy track: enabling employment for rural single mothers. In: Proceedings of AARE International Education Research Conference 2009, pp. 1-5. From: AARE International Education Research Conference 2009, 29 November - 3 December 2009, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Marchant, Jillian (2009) Global financial crisis, unemployment crisis, and rural partnerships crisis. In: Papers from Unemployment and the Global Financial Crisis: Policy, partnerships and practice, pp. 1-3. From: Unemployment and the Global Financial Crisis: Policy, partnerships and practice, 1-2 December 2009, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Plummer, David (2011) Masculinity + HIV = risk: exploring the relationship between masculinities, education and HIV in the Caribbean. In: Klot, Jennifer F., and Nguyen, Vinh-Kim, (eds.) The Fourth Wave: Violence, Gender, Culture & HIV in the 21st Century. UNESCO, Paris, France, 139- 156.
Plummer, David, and McLean, Arden (2010) The price of prejudice: the corrosive effect of HIV-related stigma on individuals and society. In: Morrissey, Michael, Bernd, Myrna, and Bundy, Donald , (eds.) Challenging HIV & AIDS: a new role for Caribbean education. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), Paris, France, pp. 232-239.
Patterson, Annette, and Mellor, Bronwyn (2000) Critical practice: Teaching "Shakespeare". Journal of adolescent & adult literacy, 43 (6). pp. 508-517.
Rocco, Sharn (2006) Gender effects of school uniforms. Every Child: the magazine of the Australian Early Childhood Association, 12 (2). p. 9.
Rocco, Sharn (2004) Doing Derrida down under–a matter of (feminist) response-ability. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17 (1). pp. 129-142.
Ritchie, S.M. (2002) Student positioning within groups during science activities. Research in Science Education, 32 (1). pp. 35-54.
Rocco, Sharn (1997) Working with children in the early childhood years. In: Alloway, Nola, and Gilbert, Pam, (eds.) Boys and Literacy: teaching units. Curriculum Corporation, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 25-33.
Timms, Carolyn, Courtney, Lyn, and Anderson, Neil (2006) Dimensions of 'boring': secondary girls' perceptions of advanced ICT subjects. In: Proceedings of the Australian Computers in Education Conference 2006. From: ACEC 2006 Australian Computers in Education Conference 2006, 2-4 October 2006, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Whitehouse, Hilary (2012) The Anthropocene, young women and education for sustainability. Redress, 21 (3). pp. 6-9.
Woods, Cindy (2011) Female participation in secondary school physics and mathematics: motivations and influences in a regional setting. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Woods, Cindy (2008) Factors predicting high ability girls' enrolment in Year 11 and 12 physics and intermediate mathematics in regional and rural North Queensland. In: Proceedings of the AARE 2008 International Education Research Conference, pp. 1-18. From: AARE 2008 International Educational Research Conference, 30 November - 4 December 2008, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Whitehouse, H.L. (2008) Book review of "Beyond the Great Divide. Single Sex or Coeducation?" by Judith Gill, University New South Wales Press, Sydney, Australia. Australian Educational Researcher, 35 (2). pp. 148-151.
Woods, Cindy (2008) Reasons for high ability regional and rural girls' decisions to enrol in senior secondary physics and intermediate mathematics. In: Proceedings of the 39th Annual ASERA Conference 2008. From: 39th Annual ASERA Conference 2008, 2-5 July 2008, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Walls, Gillian Sandra Rachel (2006) The ability of gender to challenge: Queensland senior physical education. PhD thesis, James Cook University.