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Disciplining writing: the case for multi‐disciplinary writing groups to support writing for publication by higher degree by research candidates in the humanities, arts and social sciences
This article addresses multi‐disciplinary writing groups in supporting writing for publication for higher degree by research candidates in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Drawing on focusExpand
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Getting a GRiP: examining the outcomes of a pilot program to support graduate research students in writing for publication
This article addresses an under-researched area of graduate studies: the role of writing groups in developing the research and publication potential of university graduates. Drawing on focus groupExpand
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The barriers that only you can see: African Australian women thriving in tertiary education despite the odds
This qualitative study argues the need to recognise the increasing numbers of new African women migrants who have come to Australia with tertiary qualifications, but who are not necessarily refugees.Expand
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Living on the Edge of the World
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Gains and losses: African Australian women and higher education
This article argues that African women migrants in Australia are increasingly enrolling in and successfully completing tertiary study, usually at high emotional and financial cost. While thisExpand
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Working Out What to Wear in Papua New Guinea: The Politics of Fashion in Stella
In this article I discuss Stella , a new women’s magazine in Papua New Guinea. Noting that Stella provides a context for celebrating new Pacific femininities, I argue that the magazine’sExpand
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Brambuk living cultural centre
The article examines the production of tourist space in relation to Brambuk, an Aboriginal cultural centre in Victoria, Australia. In doing so, it draws on Tim Edensor’s discussion of heterogeneousExpand
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Gender and Radiance
Described by director, Rachel Perkins, as `the first Aboriginal film to have jokes in it" Radiance(2) was released in both mainstream and art-house cinemas across Australia. Audiences at the 1998Expand
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The Formal, the Informal, and the Precarious: Making a Living in Urban Papua New Guinea
Overview: For many Papua New Guineans, the dominant accounts of ‘the economy’ – contained within development reports, government documents and the media – do not adequately reflect their experiencesExpand
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Being the first: women leaders in the Pacific Islands
Recent policy and academic writing on women in the Pacific has focused on the barriers women in the region experience when seeking to participate in formal politics. This paper contributes to theExpand
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