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    Design and Arts Australia Online: Dataset Codebook v1.0
    Ryan, T ; East, S ; Mendelssohn, J ; Cutter, N ; Sumner, T ; Fensham, R ( 2022-05-01)
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    How can we stop fake election news spreading in migrant communities?
    Wang, WY ( 2022-05-02)
    Tackling fake news in CALD communities requires partnerships between governments, community groups and media organisations. There should be a particular focus on digital literacy of community leaders. And more resources should be devoted to improve journalists’ cultural competence in communicating with CALD Australians.
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    A literal game of thrones: why the glamour of royalty doesn’t fade
    Sparrow, J ( 2021-08-13)
    Dennis Altman began writing God Save the Queen after he and his editor spotted a peculiar phenomenon. A list compiled by The Economist of the world’s 10 most democratic nations featured eight countries with maintained constitutional monarchies, despite the seeming contradiction between hereditary power and popular rule.
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    Lost in Australia? A Missing Masterpiece
    Anderson, J ; Home, R (The Australian, 2022-01-15)
    A painting by Paolo Veronese of The Pool of Bethesda was offered to the NGV, was rejected and then went missing. The article asks for help finding it.
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    In the Stillness Between Two Waves of the Sea
    De Beukelaer, C ; Corcoran, J ( 2020-05)
    A reflection on being at sea during the COVID-19 pandemic. Text by Christiaan De Beukelaer and Jennifer Corcoran. Photographs by Christiaan De Beukelaer.
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    From Locked Out to Locked In
    De Beukelaer, C ( 2020-09)
    According to the International Maritime Organization, more than 200,000 seafarers are currently stranded at sea. They cannot return home at the end of their contracts on commercial vessels – including container ships, tankers, bulk carriers and cruise ships – which often have them at sea for months. Since countries around the world started closing their borders to contain the spread of COVID-19, crew change has been prohibited. As a result, the “Seafarers Happiness Index”, a quarterly survey published by the London-based Mission to Seafarers, indicates an unsurprising recent drop in “general happiness” levels.
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    Crew change crisis risks supply chains - and lives
    De Beukelaer, C ( 2020-10)
    Some 400,000 seafarers are currently stuck on ships, past the end of their contracts, unable to go home.
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    Ook Zeelieden Willen Naar Huis
    De Beukelaer, C ( 2020-10)
    De honderdduizenden zeelieden die niet aan wal raken, zijn de onzichtbare slachtoffers van de corona-epidemie, stelt Christiaan De Beukelaer. Toch zijn de rederijen niet snel geneigd om hun bemanningen te wisselen. Daar moet verandering in komen.