Reports and Other Publications

Communal/Plural

Communal/Plural: Journal of Transnational & Crosscultural Studies, to 2001, vols 1-9. ISSN 1320-7873.

Research Reports 

2015

Mar, P & Ang, I 2015, Promoting diversity of cultural expression in arts in Australia (opens in a new window). Australia Council for the Arts, Sydney.

Ang, I, Tambiah, Y & Mar, P 2015, Smart engagement with Asia: leveraging language, research and culture (opens in a new window)(PDF, 6.27MB). Australian Council of Learned Academies, Melbourne.

McNeill, J 2015, INSIGHTS into social procurement: from policy to practice (opens in a new window), report for Social Procurement Australasia.

McNeill, J, reviewer of Headley, S & Moffat, L 2015, Face the facts briefing: growing youth employment for entrepreneurship (opens in a new window), vol. 1, no. 6, Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies.

Neale, T 2015, Scientific knowledge and scientific uncertainty in bushfire and flood risk mitigation: literature review (opens in a new window)(PDF, 2.47MB). Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre.

Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Barnes, A, Collin, P, Swist, T, Drennan, J, Scrimgeour, M & Razzell, M 2015, 'Appreciate A Mate': helping others to feel good about themselves (opens in a new window). Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Melbourne.  

Swist, T, Collin, P, McCormack, J & Third, A 2015, 'Social media and the wellbeing of children and young people: a literature review' (opens in a new window)(PDF, 520KB). Prepared for the Commissioner for Children and Young People, Perth.  

2014 

Caffery, J, Coronado, G, Hodge, B & Taylor-Leech, K 2014, The Timor-Leste Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education Pilot Project: a strategic evaluation (opens in a new window) (PDF, 1.6MB). 

Katz, I, Keeley, M, Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Swirski, T & Bates, S 2014, Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Synthesis report (opens in a new window)(PDF). Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney.

Noble, G & Watkins, M 2014, Rethinking multiculturalism, reassessing multicultural education: project report number 2: perspectives on multicultural education (PDF), An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with NSW Department of Education and Communities, The Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards, and The University of Western Sydney. University of Western Sydney.  

Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Swirski, T, Keeley, M, Katz, I, Collin, P, Daly, T & Bates, S 2014, Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Part C ‒ An evidence-based assessment of deterrents to youth cyberbullying - Appendix D (opens in a new window)(PDF). Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney.

Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Swirski, T, Keeley, M, Katz, I, Collin, P, Daly, T & Bates, S 2014, Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Part C ‒ An evidence-based assessment of deterrents to youth cyberbullying - Appendix C (opens in a new window)(PDF). Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney.

Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Swirski, T, Keeley, M, Katz, I, Collin, P, Daly, T & Bates, S 2014, Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Part C ‒ An evidence-based assessment of deterrents to youth cyberbullying - Appendix B (opens in a new window)(PDF). Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney.

Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Swirski, T, Keeley, M, Katz, I, Collin, P, Daly, T & Bates, S 2014, Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Part C ‒ An evidence-based assessment of deterrents to youth cyberbullying - Appendix A (opens in a new window)(PDF)Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney.

Spears, B, Taddeo, C, Swirski, T, Keeley, M, Katz, I, Collin, P, Daly, T & Bates, S 2014, Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Part C ‒ An evidence-based assessment of deterrents to youth cyberbullying (opens in a new window)(PDF). Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney.

Third, A, Bellerose, D, Dawkins, U, Keltie, E & Pihl, K 2014, Children's rights in the digital age: a download from children around the world (opens in a new window)(PDF). Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Melbourne.  

Third, A, Forrest-Lawrence, P & Collier, A 2014, Addressing the cyber safety challenge: from risk to resilience (opens in a new window)(PDF), Telstra Corporation. 

Watkins, M & Noble, G 2014, Rethinking multiculturalism, reassessing multicultural education: project report number 3: knowledge translation and action research (opens in a new window)(PDF), An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with NSW Department of Education and Communities, The Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards, and The University of Western Sydney. University of Western Sydney. 

Wodak, J 2014, Scientific diversity, scientific uncertainty and risk mitigation policy and planning: scenario exercise literature review (opens in a new window)(PDF). University of Western Sydney. 

2013 

Isar, RY writing for the United Nations Development Program & United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. 2013, Creative economy report (opens in a new window), Special Edition, New York. 

Crabtree, L, Blunden, H, Phibbs, P, Sappideen, C, Mortimer, D, Smith, A & Chung, L 2013, The Australian community land trust manual (opens in a new window)(PDF), University of Western Sydney, Sydney. 

Blanchard, M, Grey, J, Ralph, N & Third, A 2013, Outside the box: evaluating new approaches to promoting cybersafety in vulnerable populations (understanding the impact of the Victorian Government's webWise initiative), Department of Human Services, Victorian State Government.

Third, A & Forrest-Lawrence, P 2013, Cyber safety in perspective: a review of the online safety landscape in Australia and internationally, Telstra Corporation.

Third, A & Mendes, V 2013, Exclusive technologies?: mapping young people's perspectives on digital inclusion, Technology and Wellbeing Roundtable (ARC Linkage output).

Third, A & Ogun, N 2013, eSmart schools framework evaluation: preliminary findings, for the Alannah and Madeline Foundation.

Third, A, Spry, D & Kelly-Dalgety, E 2013, Real Livewires: a research report on the role of chat hosts in the Livewire online community for young people living with a chronic illness or disability (opens in a new window)(PDF), Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Melbourne.

Third, A, Spry, D & Locke, K 2013, Enhancing parents' knowledge and practice of online safety: a research report on an intergenerational 'Living Lab' experiment (opens in a new window), Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Melbourne.

Watkins, M, Lean, G, Noble, G, & Dunn, K 2013, Rethinking multiculturalism, reassessing multicultural education: project report number 1: surveying New South Wales public school teachers (opens in a new window)(PDF), An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with NSW Department of Education and Communities, The Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards, and The University of Western Sydney. University of Western Sydney.

2012 

Hagan, P, Collin, P, Metcalf, A, Nicholas, M, Rahilly, K & Swainston, N 2012, Participatory design of evidence-based online youth mental health promotion, prevention and early intervention and treatment (opens in a new window)(PDF), ISBN: 978-0-9871179-1-5

Kelly, M, Watkins, M & Noble, G 2012, Rethinking multiculturalism, reassessing multicultural education international symposium (opens in a new window) (PDF), Institute for Culture and Society, University of Western Sydney, Parramatta.  

Strider, J, Locke, K, Richardson, I & Third, A 2012, Intergenerational approaches towards enhancing parents' knowledge and practice of online safety: 'Living Lab' research report (opens in a new window), Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Melbourne. 

Strider, J, Third, A, Locke, K & Richardson, I 2012, Parental approaches to enhancing young people's online safety: literature review, Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Melbourne.  

2011 

Collin, P, Rahilly, K, Richardson, I & Third, A 2011, The benefits of social networking services: a literature review (opens in a new window)(PDF), Cooperative Research Centre for Young People, Technology and Wellbeing, Melbourne.

Walsh, L, Lemon, B, Black, R, Mangan, C & Collin, P 2011, The role of technology in engaging disengaged youth: final report, Australian Flexible Learning Framework, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.

Watkins, J 2011, Designing mobile information and content strategies for grassroots participation (opens in a new window)(PDF), Commonwealth of Learning.

Third, A, Richardson, I, Collin, P, Rahilly, K & Bolzan, N 2011, Intergenerational attitudes towards social networking services and cybersafety: a living lab (opens in a new window), Cooperative Research Centre for Young People, Technology and Wellbeing, Melbourne.

2010 

Cardona, B, Watkins, M & Noble, G 2010, Parents, diversity and cultures of home and school (opens in a new window)(PDF), Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney. 

Lally, E & Rowe, D 2010, Perplexing choices: understanding the relationship between telecommunications consumers and service providers (opens in a new window)(PDF), Communications Alliance.  

2009 

Watkins, J 2009, Applied research on the use and potential of mobile-friendly content in the context of local and community media in developing countries (opens in a new window)(PDF), Commonwealth of Learning.

2008 

Allon, F, Bushell, R., Anderson, K & Apouchtine, N 2008, Backpackers in global Sydney: final report (opens in a new window)(PDF). An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with the Council of the City of Sydney, Manly Council, North Sydney Council, Randwick Council, Waverley Council and Woollahra Council. University of Western Sydney.

Bell, J, Vromen, A & Collin, P 2008, Rewriting the rules for youth participation – inclusion and diversity in government and community decision-making (opens in a new window)(PDF), National Youth Affairs Research Scheme, Canberra.

Collin, P. 2008, Young people imagining a new democracy: a literature review (opens in a new window)(PDF), The Whitlam Institute, Sydney.

Watkins, M & Noble, G 2008, Cultural practices and learning: diversity, discipline and dispositions in schooling (opens in a new window)(PDF). An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with NSW Department of Education and Training and the University of Western Sydney. University of Western Sydney.

Rowe, D, Stevenson, D, Tomsen, S, Bavinton, N & Brass, K 2008, The city after dark: cultural planning and governance of the night-time economy in Parramatta (opens in a new window)(PDF). A UWS Urban Research Initiative project with Parramatta City Council. University of Western Sydney.

Chalmers, S & Rosso-Buckton, A 2008, Are you talking to me? negotiating the challenge of cultural diversity in children's health care (opens in a new window)(PDF). An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with the Sydney Children's Hospital (Randwick), The Children's Hospital at Westmead, the Multicultural Health Service (South East and Illawarra Area Health Service) and NSW Health and Community Paediatrics (Sydney South West Area Health Service). University of Western Sydney.

Cardona, B, Noble, G & Di Biase, B 2008, Community languages matter! challenges and opportunities facing the community languages program in New South Wales (opens in a new window)(PDF). A Scoping Study funded by The NSW Community Languages School Program, The NSW Federation of Community Languages Schools and the University of Western Sydney. University of Western Sydney.

Lally, E, Ang, I & Rowe, D 2008, Preparing for the broadband world: fostering consumer confidence through collaboration and partnerships (opens in a new window)(PDF). A report for Communications Alliance. University of Western Sydney. 

Sofoulis, Z, Armstrong, H, Bounds, M, Lopes, A & Andrews, A 2008, Out & about in Penrith. universal design and cultural context: accessibility, diversity and recreational space in Penrith (opens in a new window)(PDF)(Executive Summary) (opens in a new window)(PDF). A UWS Research Partnership Grant project with Penrith City Council. University of Western Sydney.

2006 

Anderson, K & Hurni, A 2006, 'Not just all houses': homebuyer preferences and developer contributions in new release areas in Sydney (opens in a new window)(PDF). A UWS Partnership Research Grant Scheme with the Urban Development Institute of Australia, NSW and the University of Western Sydney.

Ang, I, Brand, JE., Noble, G & Sternberg, J 2006, Connecting diversity: paradoxes of multicultural Australia (opens in a new window)(PDF), Special Broadcasting Services. 

Chalmers, S, Cardona, B & Neilson, B 2006, Diverse strategies for diverse carers: the cultural context of family carers in NSW (opens in a new window)(PDF), NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care. University of Western Sydney.

Chalmers, S 2006, Culture, health and parenting in everyday life (opens in a new window)(PDF). A UWS partnership project with: Sydney Children's Hospital (Randwick) and Multicultural Health Service, South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service. University of Western Sydney.

Lally, E 2006, New media art scoping study (opens in a new window)(PDF), Discussion Paper. Australia Council for the Arts: Sydney.

Cassity, E & Gow, G 2006, Making up for lost time: young African refugees in Western Sydney high schools (opens in a new window)(PDF). Funded by the NSW Department of Education and Training and University of Western Sydney. University of Western Sydney.

Redshaw, S & Noble, G 2006, Mobility, gender and young drivers: second report of the transforming drivers study of young people and driving (opens in a new window)(PDF). An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with the National Roads and Motorists Association Limited (NRMA). University of Western Sydney.

2005 

Sofoulis, Z, Noble, G & Redshaw, S 2005, Youth, media & driving messages: report of the transforming drivers media study (opens in a new window)(PDF)(Executive Summary) (opens in a new window)(PDF). An ARC Linkage grant in partnership with the National Roads and Motorists Association Limited (NRMA). University of Western Sydney.

Gow, G, Isaac, A, Gorgees, P, Babakhan, M & Daawod, K 2005, Assyrian community capacity building in Fairfield City (opens in a new window)(PDF), Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney.

2004 

Ang, I & Cassity, E 2004, Attraction of strangers: partnerships in humanities research, Australian Academy of the Humanities.

Poynting, S & Noble, G 2004, Living with racism: the experience and reporting by Arab and Muslim Australians of discrimination, abuse and violence since 11 September 2001, The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.

2002 

Ang, I & Noble, G 2002, Living diversity: Australia's multicultural future (opens in a new window)(PDF), with Jeffrey E. Brand and Derek Wilding, Special Broadcasting Service.

Chalmers, S & Allon, F 2002, 'We all come from somewhere': cultural diversity at Sydney Children's Hospital (opens in a new window)(PDF), Multicultural Health Unit of the Southeast Area Health Service.

2001 

Butcher, M & Thomas, M 2001, Generate: youth culture and migration heritage in Western Sydney (opens in a new window)(PDF), Migration Heritage Centre.

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Other Publications

McInnes, D (ed.). 2000, Considering Australian gay communities in HIV health promotion, ISBN 1-86341-878-4.

McInnes, D (ed.). 1997, Cultural analysis and HIV/AIDS.

Planet Diana: Cultural studies and global mourning. ISBN 1-86341-506-8, 1997.

From "criticism" to "research": the textual in the academy (opens in a new window)(PDF, 81KB) Professor Meaghan Morris' public lecture.

Comparative cultural research: Hong Kong/Western Sydney exchanges (opens in a new window)(PDF, 582KB) Reflections on a workshop between the Centre and Lingnan University researchers, which focuses on the possibilities and challenges for comparative cultural research. This includes the essay by Professor Meaghan Morris, and has an introduction by Professor Ien Ang.

Post-Suburban Sydney Conference Proceedings

The following is a list of e-proceedings from the Post-Suburban Sydney Conference 2005: After Sprawl: Post-Suburban Sydney.

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