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Goon, Patricia, and Craven, Allison (2003) Whose debt?: Globalisation and whitefacing in Asia. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 9.
Lundberg, Anita, Stasiewicz-Bieńkowska, Agnieska, and Enhörning Singhateh, Anna (2012) Border crossing networks: virtual reality. In: Proceedings of International Conference: Innovative research in a changing and challenging world (A), pp. 1-15. From: International Conference: Innovative research in a changing and challenging world, 16-18 May 2012, Phuket, Thailand.
Newlands, Maxine (2013) New Australian Prime Ministers' anti-environmental agenda. The Ecologist, 20 September 2013. p. 1.
Newlands, Maxine (2013) "We will save the reef": Great Barrier Reef at risk from fossil fuel extraction. The Ecologist. p. 1.
Newlands, Maxine (2013) What haunts the Captain of the Rainbow Warrior? The Ecologist. p. 1.
Newlands, Maxine (2012) One of the world's oldest tribes halts dam construction. The Ecologist, 6 November 2012. p. 1.
Newlands, Maxine (2012) Australian eco-protest camp destroyed in arson attack. The Ecologist, 8 October 2012. p. 1.
Newlands, Maxine (2012) Carbon trading in the city of undoing. In: Poynter, Gavin, MacRury, Iain, and Calcutt, Andrew , (eds.) London After Recession: a fictitious capital? Design and the Built Environment . Ashgate Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 199-212.
Newlands, Maxine (2012) Debunking disability: media discourse and the Paralympic Games. In: Schantz, Otto J., and Gilbert, Keith , (eds.) Heroes or Zeros: the medias perceptions of Paralympic sport. Sport and Society . Common Ground Publishing, Illinois, USA, pp. 209-224.
Newlands, Maxine (2012) Green Britannia: deconstructing 'Team Green Britain' and the London 2012 Olympic Games. International Journal of Sport and Society, 1 (3). pp. 185-194.
Otto, Ton (2011) The liberal treatment of difference: An untimely meditation on culture and civilization. Current Anthropology, 52 (5). pp. 703-704.