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Alloway, Nola, Gilbert, Pam, Gilbert, Rob, and Henderson, Robyn (2003) Boys performing English. Gender and Education, 15 (4). pp. 351-364.
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.
Bainbridge, Roxanne (2009) Cast all imaginations: Umbi speak. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Baker, Joanne (2009) Young mothers in late modernity: sacrifice, respectability and the transformative neo-liberal subject. Journal of Youth Studies, 12 (3). pp. 275-288.
Baker, Joanne (2003) Don’t believe the hype: young women's experience of male violence in the 'girl power' era. Women Against Violence, 14. pp. 27-34.
Baker, Joanne (2002) A radical experience: Townsville international women's conference. Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, 12. pp. 65-66.
Costigan, Kate (2006) When words are not enough: assisting the rebirth of women’s community culture. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Cadman, Kate, Friend, Lorraine, Gannon, Susanne, Ingleton, Christine, Koutroulis, Glenda, McCormack, Coralie, Mitchell, Patricia, Onyx, Jenny, O'Regan, Kerry, Rocco, Sharn, and Small, Jennie (2000) Memory workers doing memory-work on memory work: exploring unresolved power. In: Memory Work Conference Papers. From: Memory-Work Conference, February 2000, Sydney. (Unpublished)
Dyer, Michelle (2015) Neoliberalism and the international gender-development agenda: escaping lyrical metaphorical seduction in the Solomon Islands. In: Proceedings of the Australian Sociological Society Conference, pp. 116-122. From: TASA 2015: Australian Sociological Society Conference: neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific, 23-26 November 2015, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Dopico, Mansura (2006) Infibulation, orgasm, and sexual satisfaction: sexual experiences of Eritrean women, who have undergone infibulations and of Eritrean men who are, or have been married to such women. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Davies, Bronwyn (2003) The production of Gendered Identities: a Reflexive Analysis of Researching Preschool Children at Play. In: Davies, Bronwyn, (ed.) Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales: preschool children and gender. Hampton Press, New Jersey, USA, pp. 142-163.
Davies, Bronwyn, Dormer, Suzy, Honan, Eileen, McAllister, Nicky, O'Reilly, Roisin, Rocco, Sharn, and Walker, Alison (1997) Ruptures in the skin of silence: a collective biography. Hecate, 23 (1). pp. 62-79.
Ferguson, Kathryn (2006) Parliament of whores: the mystery of the mace. Victorian Review, 32 (2). pp. 64-87.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Lady budgets: an explainer. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 22 December 2014.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Terror: abstract and embodied. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 19 September 2014.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Women's property: the case for ambitious change. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 7 September 2014.
Harrison, Ryl Julie (2013) Telling lies to little girls: the sexual politics of mothering girls. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Harris, Nonie, and Baker, Joanne (2008) Connecting, collaborating and surviving: the story of a women's studies centre in the Australian tropics. Outskirts: Feminisms Along the Edge, 19. pp. 1-29.
Harris, Nonie (2007) Child care is not a women's issue!: a feminist analysis of child care subsidy policy. Just Policy, 44. pp. 45-50.
Harris, Nonie (2007) Comparative, feminism and qualitative: an uncommon perspective on cross-national social policy research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 6 (1). pp. 27-35.
Hercus, Cheryl M. (2005) Stepping out of Line: becoming and being feminist. Perspectives on Gender . Routledge, New York, US.
Harris, Nonie (2002) Interviewing friends and the feminist research process. Women in Welfare Education, 5. pp. 44-53.
Kelly, Jennifer (2008) A lesbian feminist analysis of the demise of hormone replacement therapy. Women's Studies International Forum, 31 (4). pp. 300-307.
Kelly, Jennifer (2005) Zest for Life: lesbians' experiences of menopause. Spinifex Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Lockie, Stewart (2011) Intimate partner abuse and women's health in rural and mining communities. Rural Society, 20 (2). pp. 198-215.
Lynn, Robyn, and Perkins, Sue (2000) A women's community garden: a small step towards a future of peace? Women Against Violence, an Australian feminist journal, Dec (9). pp. 74-83.
Miles, Debra (2012) Creating space for women-only places. In: Gender Work and Organisation Biennial Interdisciplinary Conference, p. 220. From: Gender Work and Organisation Conference: 7th International Interdisciplinary Conference, 27-29 June 2012, Keele University, Keele, UK.
Miles, Debra, and Mason, Robyn (2011) Whatever happened to the 'F' word? Challenges for women specific services. In: Book of Abstracts of 2011 AASW North Queensland and Queensland Biennial Conference , p. 5. From: 2011 AASW North Queensland and Queensland Biennial Conference , 4-6th November 2011, Townsville. (Unpublished)
Miles, Debra (2011) Relationships, power and emotion in feminist organisations. Outskirts: feminisms along the edge, 24. 1- 12.
McCann, Pol Dominic, Plummer, David, and Minichiello, Victor (2010) Being the butt of the joke: homophobic humour, male identity, and its connection to emotional and physical violence for men. Health Sociology Review, 19 (4). pp. 505-521.
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.
Moloney, Sharon (2009) Female biology as sacred: Australian women's bio-spiritual experiences of menstruation and birth. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Miles, Debra (2009) With Women, For Women: the experiences of women as workers in feminist organisations. Lambert Academic Publishing, Koln, Deutschland.
Moloney, Sharon (2007) Dancing with the wind: a methodological approach to researching women's spirituality around menstruation and birth. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 6 (1). pp. 114-125.
Moloney, Sharon (2006) The spirituality of childbirth. Birth Issues, 15 (2 ). pp. 41-46.
Miles, Debra (2005) Feminist activism in Northern Territory women’s services. Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, 17. pp. 33-40.
Plummer, David, and Geofroy, Stephen (2010) When bad is cool: violence and crime as rites of passage to manhood. Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, 4. pp. 1-17.
Pittaway, Eileen, and Rees, Susan (2006) Multiple jeopardy: domestic violence and the notion of cumulative risk for women in refugee camps. Women Against Violence, 18. pp. 18-25.
Ravenswood, Katherine, Le Queux, Stéphane, French, Erica, Strachan, Glenda, and Burgess, John (2015) Managing diversity in the South Pacific Region. In: Presentations from the 29th Annual Conference for the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand. From: AIRAANZ 2015: 29th Annual Conference for the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand, 3-5 February 2015, Auckland, New Zealand.
Rees, Susan, Silove, Derrick, Verdial, Teresa, Tam, Natalino, Savio, Elisa, Zulmira, Fonseca, Thorpe, Rosamund, Liddell, Belinda, Zwi, Anthony, Kuowei, Tay, Brooks, Robert, and Steel, Zachary (2013) Intermittent explosive disorder amongst women in conflict affected Timor-Leste: associations with human rights trauma, ongoing violence, poverty, and injustice. PLoS ONE, 8 (8). pp. 1-7.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2013) Considerations for Australia's next woman prime minister. Australian Centre for Leadership for Women (ACLW), Minnamurra, NSW, Australia.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2013) Why do women vote for women: an exploration of decision criteria in the Australian 2010 federal election. International Journal of Leadership in Public Services, 9 (1/2). pp. 6-21.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2013) Women's activism: insights for empowering women from global women activists. Australian Centre for Leadership for Women (ACLW), Minnamurra, NSW, Australia.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2012) Australian Women's Views of PM Gillard and Mr. Abbott. Report. Australian Center for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra NSW.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2010) Factors Influencing Women's Vote in the 2010 Australian Federal Election. Report. Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra, NSW.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2009) Women Getting Into Boards. Report. Australian Center for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra, NSW.
Rogers, Dianne (2008) Mothering and Attention Deficit Disorder: the impact of professional power. Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrucken, Germany, pp. 1-201.
Rees, Susan, Pittaway, Eileen, and Bartolomei, Linda (2005) Waves of violence: women in post-tsunami Sri Lanka. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2005 (2). pp. 1-6.
Rocco, Sharn (2003) VIII. Telling tales and making excuses. Feminism & Psychology, 13 (4). pp. 459-463.
Stephens, Anne (2015) Ecofeminism and systems thinking: shared ethics of care for action research. In: Bradbury, Hilary, (ed.) Sage Handbook of Action Research. Sage Publications, London, UK, pp. 564-572.
Sewell, Sandra (2014) Women and the environment: an indicative study on Tamborine Mountain, Queensland. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Stephens, Anne (2013) Ecofeminism and Systems Thinking. Research in Gender and Society, 36 . Taylor & Francis, New York, USA.
Stephens, Anne (2012) Feminist systems theory: learning by praxis. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 25 (1). pp. 1-14.
Stephens, Anne, and Liley, William (2011) Can five simple principles make a world of difference? Nation of Change, 29 December 2011.
Stephens, Nina (Anne) (2011) Feminist-systems thinking: principles and practice. PhD thesis, University of Queensland.
Stephens, Anne, Jacobson, Chris, and King, Christine (2010) Describing a feminist-systems theory. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 27 (5). pp. 553-566.
Stephens, Anne, King, Christine, and Jacobson, Christine (2010) Exploring FST principles in community development: the ‘carrot on a stick’ early health intervention programme. International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 10 (2). pp. 257-275.
Sceriha, Madge G. (2008) Death rights: hearing the voices of older women in the voluntary euthanasia debate. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
Vick, Malcolm (2003) Danger on the roads! Masculinity, the car and safety. Youth Studies Australia, 22 (1). pp. 32-37.
Wight, Linda (2007) Magic, art, religion, science: blurring the boundaries of science and science fiction in Marge Piercy's cyborgian narrative. In: Morrissey, Thomas J., and de Los Santos, Oscar, (eds.) When Genres Collide: selected essays from the 37th Annual Meeting of the Science Fiction Research Association, June 22-25, 2006, White Plains, New York. Fine Tooth Press, Waterbury, CT, USA, pp. 133-140.
Wight, Linda (2007) Piercy's Gendered Cyborgs: hope, threat and blurred boundaries. In: Duchamp, L. Timmel, (ed.) The WisCon Chronicles. Aqueduct Press, Seattle, USA, pp. 74-81.
Wenitong, Mark, Tsey, Komla, McCalman, Janya, Fagan, Ruth, Baird, Leslie, Patterson, David, Baird, Bradley, Whiteside, Mary E., Cadet-James, Yvonne L., and Wilson, Andrew (2004) Social determinants of health: rural Aboriginal men and participatory action research in Queensland Australia. In: Proceedings of Discourses and Silences: indigenous peoples, risks and resistance. From: XI World Congress of Rural Sociology, July 2004, Trondheim, Norway.