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Surveying rip current survivors: preliminary insights into the experiences of being caught in rip currents
Abstract. This paper begins a process of addressing a significant gap in knowledge about people's responses to being caught in rip currents. While rip currents are the primary hazard facingExpand
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Commentary: Career progress relative to opportunity: how many papers is a baby 'worth'?
How many papers is a baby ‘worth’? We were prompted to ask this provocative question by recent experiences, working on appointment committees and writing research grants in Australia, whereExpand
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‘We’re moving out’: Youth Out‐Migration Intentions in Coastal Non‐Metropolitan New South Wales
This article discusses youth out-migration on the non-metropolitan New South Wales Eastern Seaboard. High levels of in-migration and counter-urbanisation, typical of many coastal non-metropolitanExpand
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Resident Attitudes to Farmland Protection Measures in the Northern Rivers Region, New South Wales
Abstract In-migration to popular ‘sea change’ and ‘tree change’ regions has produced conflicts between rural land users. In the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, new residential developmentsExpand
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Co-opting the Night: The Entrepreneurial Shift and Economic Imperative in NTE Planning
Abstract The City of Sydney Council has presented their night-time economy plan (NTE) – Open, Future directions for Sydney at night – as a unique and substantial contribution to global city planningExpand
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Stereotyping the Shire: Assigning White Privilege to Place and Identity
ABSTRACT Through a focus on the media’s role in constructing and maintaining stereotypes of white privilege and racism, this paper investigates the stereotyping of the Sutherland Shire, Sydney,Expand
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Electric vehicle adoption: An analysis of best practice and pitfalls for policy making from experiences of Europe and the US
Electric vehicle adoption : An analysis of best practice and pitfalls for policy making from experiences of Europe and the US
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Rip Current Survival Principles: Towards Consistency
ABSTRACT Bradstreet, A.J.; Brander, R.W.; McCarroll, J.R.; Brighton, B.; Dominey, H.D.; Drozdzewski, D.; Sherker, S.; Turner, I.; Roberts, A., and MacMahan, J., 2014. Rip current survival principles:Expand
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A place called ‘Bielany’: negotiating a diasporic Polish place in Sydney
This paper examines the creation of a distinctly Polish place by Polish migrants and their children, in Sydney, Australia. I explore the use of place as a means of maintaining distinct ethno-culturalExpand
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