Refereed journal articles

Past Publications

Journal Articles (2010-2011)

These pages showcase past works published by academics in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts. If you are interested in a more complete and up-to-date list of publications by a given author in our School, please go to their individual profile, which you can access through our Staff Profiles pages.

Ali, J. (2010) Tabligh Jama'at: A Transnational Movement of Islamic Faith Regeneration, European Journal of Economic and Political Studies, vol 3, no. Special Issue, pp 103-131.

Ali, J. (2010)  Tablighi Jama'at and the 'Remaking' of the Muslim, Australian Religion Studies Review, vol 23, no. 2, pp 148-172.

Arvanitakis, J. (2011) Redefining the political moment, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol 3, No 2

Arvanitakis, J. & Boydall, S. (2010) The Miner and the Activist: a parable for our carbon constrained world, Journal of Political Ecology, vol 17, no. 1, pp 58-67

Barbour, C. (2010) Marx's Poetic Unconscious: Secrecy, Literature, and the Political, Parallax, vol 16, no. 4, pp 16-28.

Barbour, C. (2010) Sovereign Times: Acts of Creation, Law, Culture and the Humanities, vol 6, no. 2, pp 1-10.

Barbour, C. (2010) Militants of Truth, Communities of Equality: Badiou and The Ignorant Schoolmaster, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol 42, no. 2, pp 251-263.

Bennett, B. (2011) A Global History of Australian Trees, Journal of the History of Biology, vol 44, no. 1, pp 125-145.

Bennett, B. & Barton, G. (2011) E.H.F. Swain's Vision of Forest Modernity, Intellectual History Review, vol 21, no. 2, pp 135-150

Bennett, B. (2011) Naturalising Australian Trees in South Africa: Climate, Exotics and Experimentation, Journal of Southern African Studies, vol 27, no. 2, pp 265-280.

Bennett, B. (2010) El Dorado of Forestry: the Eucalyptus in India, South Africa and Thailand, 1850-2000, The International Review of Social History, vol 55, no. 18, pp 27-50.

Bennett, D.; Wright, D. & Blom, D. (2010) The Artistic practice-Research-Teaching (ART) Nexus: Translating the Information Flow, Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, vol 7, no. 2.

Bowden B. (2011). The Thin Ice of Civilization, Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, vol 36, no. 2, pp 118-135.

Bower, J. & Kawaguchi, S. (2011) Negotiation of meaning and corrective feedback in Japanese/English eTandem, Language Learning & Technology, vol 15, no. 1, pp 41-71.

Cohen, H. (2010) Knowledge and A Scholarship of Creativity, IM Interactive Media, vol 2010, no. 5, pp 1-8.

Cottle, D., Keys, A. (2010). International labour and the Global Financial Crisis: Chained and Unchained?, Labour and Industry, vol 20, no. 3, pp 270-283.

Cottle, D., Keys, A. (2010). The blindside flick: race and rugby league, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, vol 2, no. 2, pp 1-11.

Cottle, D., Collins, J. (2010). Labor Neoliberals or Pragmatic Neo-Laborists? The Hawke and Keating Labor Governments in Office, 1983-96, Labour History, vol 98, pp 25-37.

Cubby, D. (2011) Photography the Dominant Aesthetic, International Journal of the Image, vol 1, no. 3.

Cubby, D. (2010) Within an illustrated box: ontology of a photography in demise. An extract from the exegesis Photography: the dominant aesthetic, Global Media Journal, Australian Edition, vol 4, no. 2.

Doloswala, K. & Dadich, A. (2011) The accidental criminal: Using policy to curb illegal downloading, First Monday, vol 16, no. 6.

Fitch, K. & Third, A. (2010) Working girls: Revisiting the gendering of public relations, PRism, vol 7, no. 4, pp 1-13.

Fleming, C. (forthcoming). Revolution, Rupture, Rhetoric,  Philosophy and Social Criticism, vol 38, no. 1.

Fleming, C. & O'Carroll, J. (2011). The Dying of the Epic. Anthropoetics, vol 16. no.2.

Fleming, C. & O'Carroll, J. (2010). The Art of the Hoax, Parallax, vol 16, no. 4, pp 45-59.

Fleming, C. (2010). Scene, Not Herd. The Evanescent Underground. Artlink, vol 30, no. 2, pp 21-23.

Foster, G. & Howell, G. (2010) Is the media influencing Australia's purse strings?, Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, vol 11, no. 2, pp 1-16.

Gibbs, A. (2010) Constant Oscillation: Maria Cruz's "00 (yes)''', Eyeline, vol nv, no. 71, pp 80-82.

Gibbs, A. (2010) At the Time of Writing: Sedgwick's Queer Temporalities, Australian Humanities Review, vol 2010, no. 48, pp 41-54.

Hadley, J. (2010) Paying Their Way: Dissident Opinion, Advertising and Access to the Public Sphere, Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, vol 10, no. 1-2, pp 54-61.

Horesh, N. (2011) Autophobia? Israel's Geo-Politics in the Early ‘Chinese Century’, Chinese Journal of International Politics, vol 4, no. 3, pp TBA.

Horesh, N. (2011) הפסקה ? שאנגחאי לפני ולאחר מלה"ע השנייה עיר עם [An On-Off Metropolis ? Shanghai Before and After World War II] Zmanim זמנים . Issue 113, pp 14-25.

Horesh, N. (2010) Why Shanghai? On Engagement and Empiricism in the Field of Chinese Urban Historiography. China Review International, vol 16, no. 4, pp 419-439.
 
Horesh, N. (2010) 从韦伯一直到勃兰特: 西方学者关于晚清民国经济状况的最近辩论简介 [From Max Weber through to Loren Brandt: On Western Scholars' View of the Chinese Economy during the Late-Qing and Republican Eras"], Zhongguo shehui lishi pinglun 中国社会历史评论 (Review of Chinese Social History, Published by Nankai University), no. 11, pp. 375-385. 
 
Horesh, N. (2010) Shanghai, Sweet and Sour: A Critique of Three Important Books on a Rapidly Changing City.
Journal of Modern Chinese History, vol 4, no. 1, pp 81-89.

Horesh, N. (2010) Monetary History Inside Out: Exactly How Common and Reliable Paper Money was during China's Late-Imperial Era, 1368-1911, Journal of the Institute of Asian Studies, vol 23, no. 2, pp 63-82.

Howell, G. & Miller, R. (2010) Organizational Response to Crisis: A case study of Maple Leaf Foods, The Northwest Journal of Communication, vol 39, no. 1, pp 91-108.

Howell, G. & Miller, R. (2010) Equine Influenza - Horsing about with a quarantine crisis, The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol 25, no. 1, pp 23-29.

Howell, G. & Da Salvia, B. (2010) New media, first time voters and the 2007 Australian Federal election, Public Communication Review, vol 1, no. 1, pp 27-36.

Howell, G. & Miller, R. (2010) Maple Leaf Foods: Crisis and Containment Case Study, Public Communication Review, vol 1, no. 1, pp 47-56.

Kavalski, E. (2011). Coming to terms with the complexity of external agency in Central Asia, Journal of Eurasian Studies, vol 2, no. 1, pp 21-29

Kavalski, E. (2011). From the Cold War to Global Warming: Observing Complexity in IR, Political Studies Review, vol 9, no. 1, pp 1-12.

Kavalski, E. (2010). The Peacock and the Bear in the Heartland: Central Asia and the Shifting Patterns of India's Relations with Russia, Indian Journal of Asian Affairs, vol 23, no. 1, pp 1-20

Kavalski, E. (2010). The Peacock and the Dragon: How to Grapple with the Rising Global Ambitions of India and China, China Quarterly, vol 203, no. 1, pp 719-724.

Kavalski, E. (2010). Playing the EU: The Logic of Mythmaking in Bulgaria's Foreign Policy toward Central Asia, Mediterranean Quarterly, vol 21, no. 1, pp 101-121.

Kavalski, E. (2010). Shanghaied into Cooperation: Framing China's Socialization of Central Asia, Journal of Asian and African Studies, vol 45, no. 2, pp 131-145.

Knox, S. (2010) Giving flesh to the 'wraiths of violence': super-realism in the fiction of Hilary Mantel, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 25, no. 65, pp 313-323.

Lem, A. & Paine, G. (2011) Dynamic Sonification as a Free Music Improvisation Tool for Physically Disabled Adults, Music and Medicine, vol 3, no. 3, pp 182-188.

Liston, C. (2010). Bellfield and Rossmore: forgotten associations from Thomas Shepherd to Hardy Wilson, Australian Garden History, vol 22, no. 1, pp. 4-10.

Macarthur, S. (2010) Women, New Music and the Composition of Becomings, Cultural Studies Review, vol 16, no. 2, pp 248-270.

Macarthur, S. (2010) Chaos, Territory, Music Research, Musicology Australia, vol 32, no. 1, pp 121-130.

McGillivray, G. (2010) King/Cate: Stardom, Aura, and the Stage Figure in the Sydney Theatre Company's Production of Richard II, TDR: The Drama Review, vol 54, no. 3, pp 158-163.

McGillivray, G. (2010) Pleasure Out of Suffering: Negotiating Material Reality Through Fetishism and Disavowal in Food Court, About Performance, vol 10, no. 2010, pp 93-106

McInnes, D. & Murphy, D. (2011) Knowledge distribution and power relations in HIV-related education and prevention for gay men: An application of Bernstein to Australian community-based pedagogical devices, Sex Education, vol 11, no. 1, pp 61-76.

McInnes, D. (2011) Responsibility, risk and negotiation in the discourse of gay men's group sex, Culture, Health & Sexuality, vol 13, no. 1, pp 73-88.

McLennan, A. & Howell, G. (2010) Social networks and the challenge for public relations, Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, vol 11, no. 1, pp 11-19.

Morgan, G., Dagistanli S., & Martin G. (2010). Global fears, local anxiety: Policing, counter-terrorism and moral panic over 'bikie gang wars' in New South Wales, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, vol 43, no. 3.

Morgan, G. & Warren, A. (2010) Aboriginal Youth, hip hop and the politics of identification, Ethnic and Racial Studies, pp 1-23.

Moore, A. (2010). Loyal lieutenant or spy? Frank De Groot and the intelligence services, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol 96, no. 2, pp 201-220.

Moore, A. (2010). Eric Olthwaite and the Demise of the North Sydney Bears, Sporting Traditions, vol 27, no. 1, pp 19-36.

Noble, G. & Poynting, S. (2010) White Lines: The Intercultural Politics of Everyday Movement in Social Spaces, Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 31, no. 5, pp 489-505.

Noble, G. (2010) Shifty Insecurities, Ethnopolitics, vol 9, no. 2, pp 263-267

Pena, M.I. (2011), The Potential of Digital Tools in the Language Classroom, The International Journal of the Humanities, vol 8, no. 11, pp 57-68.

Pena, M.I. & Yeung, A. (2010). Satisfaction with Online Learning: Does Students' Computer Competence Matter?, The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, vol 6, no. 5, pp 97-108

Peterson, C. (2011).  Slavery's Bestiary: Joel Chandler Harris's Uncle Remus Tales, Paragraph, vol 34, no. 1, pp 30-47.

Peterson, C. (2010). The Aping Apes of Poe and Wright: Race, Animality, and Mimicry in ‘The Murders in the Rue Morgue’ and ‘Native Son’, New Literary History, vol 41, no. 1, pp 151-171.

Qi, R. (2010). Pronoun acquisition in a Mandarin-English bilingual child, International Journal of Bilingualism, vol 14, no. 1, pp 37-64.

Reading, A. (2010) Gendre and the Right to Memory, Media Development, no. 2, pp 11-14.

Rocha, C. (2010). A Globalizacao do Espiritismo: fluxos do movimento religioso de Joao de Deus entre a Australia e o Brasil, Revista de Anthropologia, vol 52, no. 2, pp 571-603.

Rossiter, N. (2010) The Informational University, the Uneven Distribution of Expertise and the Racialization of Labour, darkmatter, vol 7.

Rossiter, N. (2010) The Informational University, the Uneven Distribution of Expertise and the Racialization of Labour, Edu-Factory Journal, pp 62-73.

Rossiter, P. (2010) The Extraordinarily Ordinary Mr Howard, Australian Studies, vol 2, pp 1-35.

Rutherford, A. (2010). Volatile Space, Takemitsu and the Material Contagions of Harakiri, Screening the Past, vol 27.

Salazar, J. (2011) The mediations of climate change: museums as citizens' media, Museum and Society, vol 9, no. 2, pp 123-135.

Salazar, J. (2010) Digital Stories and emerging citizens' media practices by migrant youth in Western Sydney, 3CMedia: Journal of Community, Citizen's and Third Sector Media and Communication, vol 1, no. 6, pp 54-70.

Sandbach, K. (2011) Graphic Design and the Aesthetics of Place, Irridescent.

Shaw, J.A. & Davidson, L. (2011). Perceptual similarity in input–output mappings: A computational/experimental study of non-native speech production, Lingua, vol 121, pp 1134-1358.

Shumack, K. (2010) The Conversational Self: Structured Reflection Using Journal Writings, Journal of Research Practice, vol 6, no. 2.

Taibi, M. & Martin, A. (2010). Court translation and interpreting in times of "the War on Terror": The case of Tayseer Allouny, Translation and the Genealogy of Conflict, special issue of the Journal of Language and Politics, vol Special issue, no. Special issue, pp 1-18.

Taibi, M. (2010) Public Service Interpreting and Translation, Turjuman, vol 19, no. 2, pp 11-37.

Third, A. (2010) Imprisonment and Excessive Femininity: Reading Ulrike Meinhof's Brain, Parallax, vol 16, no. 4, pp 83-100.

Thorpe, J. (2010) Austrofascism: Revisiting the 'Authoritarian State' 40 Years On, Journal of Contemporary History, vol 45, no. 2, pp 315-343.

Vardoulakis, D. (2010). The Ends of Stasis: Spinoza, Reader of Agamben, Culture, Theory and Critique, vol 51, no. 2, pp 145-156.

Vardoulakis, D. (2010). The Quintessence of Dust: Sovereignty and Creaturely Life, Parallax, vol 16, no. 4, pp 60-69.

Vardoulakis, D. & Monagle, C. (2010) The Politics of Nothing: Sovereignty and Modernity, Culture, Theory and Critique, vol 51, no. 2, pp 111-114.

Vardoulakis, D. (2010). War and its Other, Cultural Studies Review, vol 16, no. 1, pp 267-272.

Walton, D. (2010) The role of Prime Ministers in Australia-Japan Relations: Howard and Rudd, The Round Table: The Journal of Commonwealth Affairs, vol 99, no. 409, pp 429-437.

Watkins, J. (2010) Intermediaries and end-users in telehealth and education, Communication, Politics and Culture, vol 43, no. 1, pp 108-119.

Wright, D.; Bennett, D. & Blom, D. (2010) The interface between arts practice and research: attitudes and perceptions of Australian artist-academics,Higher Education Research and Development, vol 29, no. 4, pp 461-473.

Wu, G. (2010). Translating differences - a hybrid model for translation training, The international journal for Translation & Interpreting research, vol 2, no. 1, pp 24-37.

Yang, P. (2011). Nonverbal aspects of turn taking in Mandarin Chinese interaction, Chinese Language and Discourse, vol 2, no. 1, pp 99-130.

Yang, P. (2010). Managing mianzi in Mandarin Chinese talk-in-interaction: A nonverbal perspective, Semiotica, vol 181, no. 1/4, pp 179-223.

Yang, P. (2010). Nonverbal gender differences: Examining gestures of university-educated Mandarin Chinese speakers, Text & Talk, vol 30, no. 3, pp 333-357.

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