School of Social and Political Sciences - Research Publications
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‘Split Loyalties: Mixed Migration and the Diaspora Connection’
(Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat, 2018)
Projects Assisting Older Workers in European Countries: A Review of the Findings of Eurowork Age
(Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1998)
Older Workers in an Ageing Society Critical Topics in Research and Policy
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013-09-30)
Memories of Rape: The Banality of Violence and Impunity in Naga Society
(Zubaan Series on Sexual Violen, 2017-04-15)
This volume addresses the question of state impunity, arguing that when it comes to the violation of human and civil rights, particularly in relation to sexual violence, the state of India has played an active and collusive ...
Suffering for Territory: Immigrant Claims and Indigenous rights in the United States and India
(V & R Unipress and University of Vienna, 2016)
News writing, 2nd edn [Book Review]
(University of Queensland, 2015)
The restitution of conjugal rights: making a case for international feminism
The aim of this article is to investigate the late nineteenth century Indian and British feminist campaigns against child marriage. An analysis of the 1888 case Dadaji versus Rukhmabai, a trial of 'restitution of conjugal ...
Victoria's regional management forums: a comparative review
Victoria’s Regional Management Forums were established in 2005 to facilitate collaboration between Victorian Government departments and local government in each of Victoria’s eight administrative regions. The Forums are ...
Regulatory failures and regulatory solutions: a characteristic analysis of meta-regulation
Meta-regulation has developed as a method of harnessing the self-regulatory capacity within regulated sites whilst retaining governmental authority in determining the goals and levels of risk reduction that regulation ...
Experts don't know everything: Governance issues associated with transport and disadvantage
Public transport planning in an urban context has a relatively straightforward objective: maximise public transport patronage, in order to minimise the economic costs of road traffic congestion and the environmental damage ...