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Cook, Peta S., and Osbaldiston, Nick (2010) Pigs hearts and human bodies: a cultural approach to xenotransplantation. M/C Journal, 13 (5).
Ferguson, Kathryn (2006) Submerged realities: shark documentaries at depth. Atenea, XXVI (1). pp. 115-129.
Greer, Shelley M. (1995) The accidental heritage: archaeology and identity in northern Cape York. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Jacobson, Chris, and Stephens, Anne (2009) Cross cultural approaches to environmental research and management: a response to the dualisms inherent in the practice of western science? Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 39 (4). pp. 159-162.
Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2016) Assembling interdisciplinary energy research through an Actor Network Theory (ANT) frame. Energy Research & Social Science, 12. pp. 106-110.
Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2015) The mutable nature of risk and acceptability: a hybrid risk governance framework. Risk Analysis, 35 (11). pp. 1969-1982.
Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2015) Organisational risk perception and transformations in India's nuclear establishment. Journal of Risk Research, 18 (8). pp. 1012-1029.
Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2014) Australian uranium deal could make Indian nuclear power safer. The Conversation, 5 September 2014.
Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2014) The Australia-India nuclear deal - a qualitative risk analysis perspective. Australian Resources & Investment, 8 (4). pp. 157-159.
Wong, Catherine Mei Lin (2013) Mobilising risk and safety in the nuclear power sector: a case study of key organisations in India. In: [Presented at the ANU Energy Change Institute Open Day], pp. 1-7. From: ANU Energy Change Institute Open Day 2013, 11 November 2013, Canberra, ACT.
Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2012) India's nuclear programme: trust abroad but not at home. Al Jazeera, 3 November 2012.
Wilkinson, Barry, Leggett, Chris, and Patarapanich, Somsong (1986) National ideology, technology and employment: the construction industry in Singapore. New Technology, Work and Employment, 1 (1). pp. 67-76.