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Stigmatization, scapegoating and discrimination in sexually transmitted diseases: overcoming 'them' and 'us'.
It is recognized that AIDS involves multiple epidemics. As well as an epidemic of HIV, we are experiencing epidemics of fear and of stigmatization, scapegoating and discrimination associated withExpand
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Border work in the contact zone: thinking indigenous/non-indigenous collaboration spatially
This paper explores different ways of conceptualising Indigenous/non-Indigenous research collaboration and partnerships. It begins with a brief outline of the problem of current conceptualisationsExpand
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Sustainability education: researching practice in primary schools
Many teachers are keen to implement sustainability education in primary schools but are lacking the confidence, skills and knowledge to do so. Teachers report that they do not understand the conceptExpand
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Sustainability education in early childhood: An updated review of research in the field
Sustainability education is increasingly practiced in early childhood, but a previous review of the literature suggests that there is little empirical research to provide the necessary foundation andExpand
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Water in a Dry Land: Place-Learning Through Art and Story
Foreword Acknowledgements Preface: Rock and Stone 1. Mapping the Territory 2. White 3. Thinking Through Country 4. A Literature Review of Water 5. Intimate Intensity: Immiboagurramilbun/ ChrissiejoyExpand
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Death Talk: The Case Against Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide
PART ONE: EUTHANASIA AND THE SEARCH FOR A NEW SOCIETAL PARADIGM 1 Euthanasia, Genetics, Reproductive Technologies, and the Search for a New Societal Paradigm PART TWO: EVOLUTION OF THE EUTHANASIAExpand
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Embodied Women at Work in Neoliberal Times and Places
In this article five women explore (female) embodiment in academic work in current workplaces. In a week-long collective biography workshop they produced written memories of themselves in theirExpand
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The Ethical Imagination
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The Anthropocene’s Call to Educational Research
This chapter is set within two parallel social processes in contemporary western societies: the growing response to the devastating impact of climate change framed within the concept of theExpand
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Tracing Bodylines: The Body in Feminist Poststructural Research.
This paper traces body lines in feminist poststructural research by identifying the conditions under which research into the lived body can be brought into discursive relation with contemporaryExpand
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