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    DIALOGUE / COLLABORATION
    Andrew, B ; Walter, T ; Maidment, S ; Ryan, J (National Gallery of Victoria, 2017)
    The text focusses on key moments in Brook Andrew’s 25-year career, and looking at the artist’s fascination with archival materials and strong interest in process that remain central to his practice. A point of focus is Andrew’s interdisciplinary and collaborative approach which encompasses mediums of photography, video, neon, text, collage, printmaking, assemblage, sculpture, painting and installation.
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    Blak & Salty: reflections on violence and racism
    Moodie (Gomeroi), D ; Menzel (Ngadjuri), K ; Cameron (Dharug), L ; Moodie (Gomeroi), N ; Smith, LT ; Lee, E ; Evans, J (Zed Books, 2022)
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    Gender, Epistemic Violence, and Indigenous Resistance
    Moodie, N ; Walter, M ; Kukutai, T ; Gonzales, A ; Henry, R (Oxford University Press, 2022)
    This chapter provides an introduction to gendered differences in work, poverty, and violence experienced by Indigenous People and the limitations of sociology in explaining Indigenous Peoples continued dispossession and oppression. The chapter also provides an overview of the contribution of Indigenous feminisms and queer Indigenous studies to broader thinking on gender, coloniality, and First Nations sovereignty. Integral to this analysis is the colonial imposition of gender binaries and the gendered violence of settler-colonial societies, which is central to the formation of such states, their spatiotemporalities, and the ongoing oppression of Indigenous Peoples and our lifeworlds. Central to the focus of an Indigenous sociology of gender are myriad forms of resistance to epistemic violence, anchored in tradition and by normative systems, and essential for the maintenance and reinvention of Indigenous futures. This chapter provides an introduction to Indigenous scholarship on gender and sexuality, gendered structures of historic and contemporary violence toward Indigenous Peoples, and maps the resistance of gendered identities as fundamental to the resurgence of Indigenous lifeworlds.
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    Social Planning for Trusted Autonomy
    Miller, T ; Pearce, AR ; Sonenberg, L ; Abbass, HA ; Scholz, J ; Reid, DJ (Springer International Publishing, 2018)
    In this chapter, we describe social planning mechanisms for constructing and representing explainable plans in human-agent interactions, addressing one aspect of what it will take to meet the requirements of a trusted autonomous system. Social planning is automated planning in which the planning agent maintains and reasons with an explicit model of the other agents, human or artificial, with which it interacts, including the humans’ goals, intentions, and beliefs, as well as their potential behaviours. The chapter includes a brief overview of the challenge of planning in human-agent teams, and an introduction to a recent body of technical work in multi-agent epistemic planning. The benefits of planning in the presence of nested belief reasoning and first-person multi-agent planning are illustrated in two scenarios, hence indicating how social planning could be used for planning human-agent interaction explicitly as part of an agent’s deliberation.
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    Gods Amongst Us/Gods Within: The Black Metal Aesthetic
    MICHALEWICZ, A ; Haslem, W ; Ndalianis, A ; Mackie, C (New Academia Publishing, 2007)
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    Creating the Global Network: Developing Social and Community Practice in Higher Education
    MERLINO, D ; Stewart, S ; Cartiere, C ; Zebracki, M (Routledge, 2015-11-19)
    The collection examines the continual evolution of public art, moving beyond monuments and memorials to examine more fully the development of socially-engaged public art practice.
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    Work Hours Mismatch in the United States and Australia
    DRAGO, R ; WOODEN, M ; Schneider, B ; Christensen, K (Cornell University Press, 2010)
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    The Changing Distribution of Working Hours in Australia
    WOODEN, M ; Drago, R (RoutledgeFalmer, 2009)
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    Employee turnover: Less is not necessarily more?
    Harris, MN ; Tang, KK ; Tseng, Y-P ; Baltagi, BH (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2006-01-01)