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Anderson, Marilyn June (2011) Investigating the Australian lump-sum Baby Bonus and the reach of its pronatalist messages with young women in Far North Queensland. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Boström, Magnus, Davidson, Debra J., and Lockie, Stewart (2018) Conclusions: a proposal for a brave new world of conceptual reflexivity. In: Boström, Magnus, and Davidson, Debra J., (eds.) Environment and Society: concepts and challenges. Palgrave Studies in Environmental Sociology and Policy . Palgrave McMillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 351-374.

Blythe, Jessica, Cohen, Philippa, Abernethy, Kirsten, and Evans, Louisa (2017) Navigating the transformation to community-based resource management. In: Armitage, Derek, Charles, Anthony, and Berkes, Fikret, (eds.) Governing the Coastal Commons: communities, resilience and transformation. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 141-156.

Barnes, Michele L., Bodin, Örjan, Guerrero, Angela M., McAllister, Ryan R.J., Alexander, Steven M., and Robins, Garry (2017) The social structural foundations of adaptation and transformation in social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society, 22 (4). 16.

Barker, Michelle, and McAra, Sally (2012) Buddhism in Australia and New Zealand: antipodean Dharma. In: Abeynayake, Oliver, and Tilakaratne, Asanga, (eds.) 2600 Years of Sambuddhatva: global journey of awakening. Ministry of Buddhasasana and Religious Affairs, Government of Sri Lanka, Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte, Sri Lanka, pp. 557-568.

Barker, Michelle, and Rocha, Cristina (2011) Buddhism in Australia: traditions in change. Critical Studies in Buddhism . Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, GBR.

Barker, Michelle, and Rocha, Cristina (2011) Introduction. In: Rocha, Cristina, and Barker, Michelle, (eds.) Buddhism in Australia: traditions in change. Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp. 1-19.

Barker, Michelle (2008) The role of religious capital in relating religion and economic development. Third Sector Review, 14 (1). pp. 1-8.

Barker, Michelle (2007) Investments in religious capital: an explorative case study of Australian Buddhists. Journal of Global Buddhism, 8. pp. 65-80.

Bendle, Mervyn F. (2002) Trajectories of anti-globalism. Journal of Sociology, 38 (3). pp. 213-222.

Bendle, Mervyn F. (2001) Death, the Abyss and the Real. Psychoanalytic Studies, 3 (2). pp. 223-236.

Bendle, Mervyn (2001) Traditionalism in Australia: an overview. Australian Religion Studies Review, 14 (1). pp. 5-18.

Bendle, M.F. (2001) The contemporary episteme of death. Cultural Values, 5 (3). pp. 349-367.

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Cinner, Joshua E., Adger, W. Neil, Allison, Edward H., Barnes, Michele L., Brown, Katrina, Cohen, Philippa J., Gelcich, Stefan, Hicks, Christina C., Hughes, Terry P., Lau, Jacqueline, Marshall, Nadine A., and Morrison, Tiffany H. (2018) Building adaptive capacity to climate change in tropical coastal communities. Nature Climate Change, 8 (2). pp. 117-123.

Carrington, Ann (2017) Accountability: whose responsibility is it? a commentary on 'Men as Allies in Preventing Violence Against Women: principles and practices for promoting accountability'. Report Section. White Ribbon, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Camilleri, Peter, and Jones, Peter (2001) Doing 'women's work'?: men, masculinity and caring. In: Pease, Bob, and Camilleri, Peter, (eds.) Working with men in the human services. Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW, Australia, pp. 25-33.

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Dyer, Michelle (2017) Growing down like a banana: Solomon Islands village women changing gender norms. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 18 (3). pp. 193-210.

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Furze, Brian, Savy, Pauline, Webb, Robert, James, Sara, Petray, Theresa, Brym, Robert J., and Lie, John (2015) Sociology in Today's World. Cengage Learning, South Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Field, Annette Marie (2004) Places of suffering and pathways to healing: post-conflict life in Bidau, East Timor. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Gilmore, Marjorie Anne (2005) Kill, cure or strangle: The history of government intervention in three key agricultural industries on the Atherton Tablelands, 1895 – 2005. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Lovatt, Heather Muriel (2015) Unravelling foster care and finding family support. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Lankshear, Colin, and Knobel, M (2009) More than words: Chris Searle's approach to critical literacy as cultural action. Race & Class, 51 (2). pp. 59-78.

Lim, Lai Kuan (2004) The development of sport in Singapore : an Eliasian analysis. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Murphy, Peter (2018) The platform university: the destruction and resurrection of universities in the auto-industrial age. In: Barnett, Ronald, and Peters, Michael A., (eds.) The Idea of the University: contemporary perspectives. Peter Lang, New York, NY, USA, pp. 483-500.

Murphy, Peter (2017) Auto-industrialism: DIY capitalism and the rise of the auto-industrial society. Sage, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Murphy, Peter (2015) Design capitalism: design, economics and innovation in the auto-industrial age. She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation, 1 (2). pp. 140-149.

Murphy, Peter (2015) The stranger society: the case of economic and social development in the tropics. Budhi: A Journal of Culture and Ideas, 19 (2-3). pp. 107-134.

Murphy, Peter (2014) The desktop factory of the new industrial revolution. Quadrant, 58 (10). pp. 32-35.

Murphy, Peter (2014) It pays to choose your ancestors carefully. Quadrant, 58 (6). pp. 40-43.

Maisrikrod, Surin (2007) Learning from the 19 September coup: advancing Thai-style democracy? Southeast Asian Affairs, 2007 (1). pp. 340-359.

Marshall, Nadine A. (2005) A conceptual and operational understanding of social resilience in a primary resource industry : insights for optimizing social and environmental outcomes in the management of Queensland’s commercial fishing industry. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Osbaldiston, Nick (2013) Conclusion: departing notes on the slow narrative. In: Osbaldiston, Nick, (ed.) Culture of the Slow: social deceleration in an accelerated world. Consumption and Public Life . Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 178-192.

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Petray, Theresa, Doyle, Tanya, Howard, Elise, Morgan, Rhian, and Harrison, Ryl (2019) Re-engineering the "leaky pipeline" metaphor: diversifying the pool by teaching STEM "by stealth". International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 11 (1). pp. 10-29.

Petray, Theresa L., and Gertz, Janine (2018) Building an economy and building a nation: Gugu Badhun self-determination as prefigurative resistance. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 12 (1).

Petray, Theresa, and Pendergrast, Nick (2018) Challenging power and creating alternatives: integrationist, antisystemic and non-hegemonic approaches in Australian social movements. Journal of Sociology, 54 (4). pp. 665-679.

Petray, Theresa L., and Collin, Rowan (2017) Your privilege is trending: confronting whiteness on social media. Social Media and Society, 3 (2). pp. 1-10.

Page, Alexander, and Petray, Theresa (2016) Agency and structural constraints: Indigenous peoples and the Australian settler-state in North Queensland. Settler Colonial Studies, 6 (1). pp. 88-98.

Petray, Theresa, and Stephens, Anne (2015) Refereed proceedings of TASA 2015 conference: neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific. In: Proceedings of the Australian Sociological Society Conference (2015) From: TASA 2015: Australian Sociological Society Conference: neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific, 23-26 November 2015, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Petray, Theresa (2015) Taking back voice: Indigenous social media activism. Australian Quarterly, 86 (1). pp. 24-27.

Petray, Theresa, and Halbert, Kelsey (2013) Teaching engagement: reflections on sociological praxis. Journal of Sociology, 49 (4). pp. 441-455.

Petray, Theresa Lynn (2013) Self-writing a movement and contesting indigeneity: being an Aboriginal activist on social media. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 7 (1). pp. 1-20.

Petray, Theresa L. (2012) Can theory disempower? Making space for agency in theories of Indigenous issues. In: Theorising Indigenous Sociology: Australian Perspectives Workshop Proceedings. pp. 1-6. From: Theorising Indigenous Sociology: Australian Perspectives Workshop, 22-29 November 2012, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Petray, Theresa L. (2012) A walk in the park: political emotions and ethnographic vacillation in activist research. Qualitative Research, 12 (5). pp. 554-564.

Petray, Theresa Lynn, and Halbert, Kelsey (2012) Active citizenship in a digital world: enhancing engagement online. In: Proceedings of The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association. pp. 1-12. From: 2012 Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, 26–29 November 2012, Brisbane, Qld, Australia.

Petray, Theresa Lynn (2012) Prefigurative activism, state engagement, and agency in the Townsville Aboriginal movement. In: Proceedings of The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association. pp. 1-12. From: 2012 Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, 26–29 November 2012, Brisbane, Qld, Australia.

Page, Alexander, and Petray, Theresa (2012) The duality of agency and the Australian settler-state in the twenty first century: the Palm Island riot of 2004 and the aftermath. In: Proceedings of The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association. pp. 1-8. From: 2012 Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, 26–29 November 2012, Brisbane, Qld, Australia.

Petray, Theresa Lynn (2011) Protest 2.0: online interactions and Aboriginal activists. Media, Culture and Society, 33 (6). pp. 923-940.

Petray, Theresa (2010) 'This isn't a black issue': homophily and diversity in Aboriginal activism. Social Movement Studies, 9 (4). pp. 411-424.

Petray, Theresa Lynn (2010) Actions, reactions, interactions: the Townsville Aboriginal movement and the Australian state. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Petray, Theresa L. (2010) Push-button activism: the use of technology by Townsville Aboriginal activists. In: Proceedings of TASA 2010 Social Causes, Private Lives. pp. 1-18. From: TASA 2010 theAustralian Sociological Association conference; social causes, private lives, 6 - 9 December 2010, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Petray, Theresa L. (2008) Homophily and diversity: the use and effects of bonding versus bridging networks by Townsville Aboriginal activists. In: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2008: re-imagining sociology. pp. 1-15. From: Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2008: re-imagining sociology, 2-5 December 2008, University of Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Pocock, Celmara Anne (2003) Romancing the Reef: history, heritage and the hyper-real. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Sims, K. (2018) More growth, less freedom? charting development pathways in Lao PDR. In: Howe, Brendan, (ed.) National Security, Statecentricity, and Governance in East Asia. Security, Development and Human Rights in East Asia . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 127-149.

Sims, Kearrin (2017) Book review of "Changing Lives in Laos: society, politics, and culture in a post-socialist state" ed. by Vanina Bouté and Vatthana Pholsena. Singapore, NUS Press, 2017. ISBN: 978-981-4722-26-1. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 39 (3). pp. 583-586.

Strugnell, Jan (2016) Kudos for female Antarctic researchers. Nature, 536. p. 148.

Sims, Kearrin, and Arvanitakis, James (2013) Why a missing Lao activist should concern us all. New Matilda, September 11 2013. p. 1.

Strauss, Jonathan (2011) The Accord and working-class consciousness: the politics of workers under the Hawke and Keating governments, 1983-1996. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Sloane, Fiona Margaret (2002) The Philippines censuses of 1903 and 1939 and the representation of women's occupations. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Spuler, Michelle (2002) The Development of Buddhism in Australia and New Zealand. In: Prebish, Charles S., and Baumann, Martin, (eds.) Westward Dharma: Buddhism beyond Asia. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, USA, pp. 139-151.

Spuler, Michelle (2002) Developments in Australian Buddhism: facets of the diamond. Routledge Critical Studies in Buddhism . Taylor & Francis, London.

Spuler, Michelle (2000) Buddhism in the West: an emerging genre. Religious Studies Review, 26 (4). pp. 343-350.

Spuler, Michelle (2000) Characteristics of Buddhism in Australia. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 15 (1). pp. 29-44.

Spuler, Michelle (2000) Qu’est-ce que le zen ? La reformulation du zen à l’attention de l’Occident (When is Zen, Zen? Remarketing Zen Buddhism for the West). Recherches Sociologiques et Anthropologiques , 31 (3). pp. 1-8.

Spuler, Michelle (1999) The impact of multiculturalism on Australian religious traditions. DISKUS: The On-Disk Journal of International Religious Studies , 5. pp. 1-8.

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Waters, Malcolm (2004) Modernist radicalism, postmodernization and orderings: the work of Stephen Cook. Journal of Sociology, 40 (3). pp. 213-219.

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