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‘We Don’t want it to be like that for her again’: gendered leadership and online feminism in Australian politics and planning
ABSTRACT Learning from women leaders in Australia has gained attention as a national political issue since the election of Julia Gillard as our first female Prime Minister in 2010. In parallel withExpand
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“I’ve Been Silenced for so Long”: Relational Engagement and Empowerment in a Digital Storytelling Project With Young Women Exposed to Dating Violence
Despite decades of research identifying the myriad causes and consequences, young women continue to be exposed to a variety of abuses in their dating relationships. Those who experience such violenceExpand
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Geographic contributions to institutional curriculum reform in Australia: the challenge of embedding field-based learning
Abstract In the context of continuing pressures from managerialist and neoliberal drivers of university reform in Australia, Macquarie University’s recent undergraduate curriculum innovation, basedExpand
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Flipping and still learning: experiences of a flipped classroom approach for a third-year undergraduate human geography course
Abstract The flipped classroom approach, a form of blended learning, is currently popular in education praxis. Initial reports on the flipped classroom include that it offers opportunities toExpand
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Beyond the pentagon prison of sustainable livelihood approaches and towards livelihood trajectories approaches
The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) is promoted as a useful way to centre development on the needs of those who are most vulnerable, but is critiqued for inflexibility and ignoring importantExpand
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Destroying the Joint and Dying of Shame? A Geography of Revitalised Feminism in Social Media and Beyond
Has feminist geography really lost all relevance? This paper examines what the revitalisation of interest in feminist thought and practice, especially in Australia, means for geography. We illuminateExpand
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Digging up Unearthed down-under: a hybrid geography of a musical space that essentialises gender and place
Hybrid geographies are well developed in studies of human–nature relations and environmental humanities, but less so in geographies of music and gender. In this article, we use hybrid geographies toExpand
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Learning about Feminism in Digital Spaces: online methodologies and participatory mapping
ABSTRACT Collaborative online research offers opportunities and constraints for geographers. This article critically appraises a collaborative research process that we used to illuminate spatial andExpand
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Delivering Green Digital Geographies? More-Than-Real Corporate Sustainability and Digital Technologies
Digital geographies are formed by interactions of corporations, individuals, governments and hybrid institutions. This chapter examines how corporations are making claims of sustainability despiteExpand
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