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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).

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Ferguson, Kathryn (2006) Submerged realities: shark documentaries at depth. Atenea, XXVI (1). pp. 115-129.

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Greer, Shelley M. (1995) The accidental heritage: archaeology and identity in northern Cape York. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Harrison, Helena, Birks, Melanie, Franklin, Richard, and Mills, Jane (2017) Case study research: foundations and methodological orientations. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 18 (1). 19. pp. 1-17.

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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.

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Lockie, Stewart, and Wong, Catherine Mei Ling (2017) Risk, sustainability and time: sociological perspectives. In: Schandl, Heinz, and Walker, Iain, (eds.) Social Science and Sustainability. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 187-198.

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Menadue, Christopher Benjamin James (2019) Science fictions, cultural facts: a digital humanities approach to a popular literature. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Menadue, Christopher Benjamin, and Jacups, Susan (2018) Who reads science fiction and fantasy, and how do they feel about science? Preliminary findings from an online survey. SAGE Open, 8 (2).

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Paul, Gunther (2010) Support for workers. The Independent Weekly, 12. p. 1.

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Wisnu, Wijaya Stevanus, Watson, Jason, and Bruce, Christine (2018) Understanding empowerment in a social media context: lessons from Indonesian migrant domestic workers. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 14 (2). pp. 172-195.

Wong, Catherine Mei Ling, and Lockie, Stewart (2018) Sociology, risk and the environment: a material-semiotic approach. Journal of Risk Research, 21 (9). pp. 1077-1092.

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.

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