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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 370000 Studies in Human Society -> 370100 Sociology :

370101 Social Theory (68)
370102 Social Policy and Planning (78)
370103 Race and Ethnic Relations (149)
370104 Urban Sociology and Community Studies (75)
370105 Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment (32)
370106 Sociological Methodology and Research Methods (47)
370107 Social Change (121)
370199 Sociology not elsewhere classified (84)

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Bennett, T., Emmison, J. M. and Frow, J. A. Accounting for Tastes: Australian Everyday Cultures. Melbourne: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1999. 250  
Gray, Ian and Lawrence, Geoffrey A future for regional Australia: Escaping global misfortune. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 301  
Rowe, D. and Mckay, J. (2003). A man's game: Sport and masculinities. In M. Donaldson and S. Tomsen (Ed.), Male Trouble: Looking at Australian Masculinities (pp. 200-216) Melbourne: Pluto Press. 119  
Smith, P. D. (1999) Angel' s town. American Journal of Sciology, 104 4: 1228-1230. doi:10.1086/210157 39   0 0
Campbell, H. and Lawrence, G. A. (2003). Assessing the neoliberal experiment in Antipodean agriculture. In R. Almas and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Globalization, Localization and Sustainable Livelihoods (pp. 89-101) Aldershot, England: Ashgate. 62  
Short, Patricia Margaret. (2004). Association, reciprocity, sharing and dependency : conditions of access and forms of inequality beyond the market state PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Qld. 155 8
Chang, Man Wai. (2004). 'Astronaut' wives : their experiences in Brisbane MPhil Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland. 205 99
Dwan, K. M. (2004). Challenges to the professional ideal: Interactions between doctors and bureaucrats in Australia in the closing decade of the twentieth century , School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 87  
Western, J., Haynes, M., Durrington, D. A. and Dwan, K. (2006) Characteristics and benefits of professional work - Assessment of their importance over a 30-year career. Journal of Sociology, 42 2: 165-188. doi:10.1177/1440783306058482 210 4 5 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Everingham, J. L. (2006). Collective Action Among Rural Women in India. In B. Bock and S. Shortall (Ed.), Rural Gender Relations: Issues and Case (pp. 242-259) Wallingford, UK: CABI. 57 1
Emmison, J. M. and Smith, P. D. (2002) Confronting the Millennium: Beck, Risk and Y2K. Risk Management: An International Journal, 4 1: 17-28. 45 136
Lawrence, G. A. and Grice, J. C. (2004). Consumer evaluation of risks associated with GM crops. In: Globalisation, Risks and Resistance in Rural Economies and Societies, XI World Congress of Rural Sociology. XI World Congress of Rural Sociology, Trondheim, Norway, (-----). 25-30 July, 2004. 63  
Emmison, J. M. and Frow, J. A. (1999). Cultural capital, families and information technology. In D. Meredyth, N. Russell, L. Blackwood, J. Thomas and P. Wise (Ed.), Real Time: Computers, Change and Schooling (pp. 266-272) Canberra: Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs. 44  
Smith, Philip and West, Brad (2003). Cultural studies, Australian studies and cultural sociology. In Ian McAllister, Steve Dowrick and Riaz Hassan (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Social Sciences in Australia (pp. 638-653) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 42  
Everingham, J. L. (2007). Democratising Governance in Australia's Regions: the value of regional networks. In L. Cheshire and V. Higgins and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Rural Governance: International Perspectives 1 ed. (pp. 227-244) Abingdon: Routledge. 49  
Gaven, Jodie Marie. (2003). Demography of perception : leisure perceptions of inner city children and parents PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 150 2
Sheahan, M and Smith, P (2003) Deviance and marginal occupations: the case of taxi drivers. Deviant Behavior, 24 5: 449-466. doi:10.1080/713840244 87   5 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Mackinnon, Lauchlan A. K. (2006). Do economists ‘compose’ economics? A comparison of the creative processes of artists and economists. , School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 186 211
Sinay, Laura (2002). Ecoturismo e Culturas Tradicionais Estudo de Caso: Martim de Sa Master's Thesis, EICOS - Estudos Interdisciplinares de Comunidades e Ecologia Social, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. 2374 4656
Lawrence, G. A. and Grice, J. C. (2004) Encuestas a consumidores sobre biotecnologia: Formular preguntas hasta obtener las respuestas deseadas, O facultar al publico para expersar sur opinion? [Consumer surveys of biotechnology: Asking the questions until we get the answers we want ]. Revista Iberoamerican de Ciencia, 1 3: 157-181. 231  
Chang, Shin-Ock (2004). Environmental concern among Australians and Koreans : a multifaceted approach / Shin-Ock Chang. PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 103  
Richards, Carol, Lawrence, Geoff and Cheshire, Lynda (2004). Environmental sustainability in the beef grazing sector of Central Queensland: What helps, what hinders?. In Carol Richards and Lyn Aitken (Ed.), Social innovations in natural resources management handbook (pp. 65-67) Brisbane, Australia: Department of Natural Resources & Mines. 106  
Cameron, A. (2004) Factors affecting broadband adoption and demand: A comparative study between metropolitan and regional Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 54 2: 53-60. 76  
Hewitt, B, Baxter, J and Western, M (2006) Family, work and health - The impact of marriage, parenthood and employment on self-reported health of Australian men and women. Journal of Sociology, 42 1: 61-78. doi:10.1177/1440783306061353 227 4 7 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Murrie, Linzi. (2003). Feminism as 'Men's Business' : the possibilities and limitations of the profeminist politics in Men Against Sexual Assault PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 142 3
Huang, Xianbi (2007). Finding niches: Social networks and job search in transitional China. In: Curtis, B, Matthewman, S and McIntosh, T, Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons: TASA & SAANZ 2007 Joint Conference Proceedings. TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007, Auckland, New Zealand, (1-7). 4-7 December 2007. 66  
Lawrence, G. A. (2004). Foreword. In C. Richards and L. Atikens (Ed.), Social Innovations in Natural Resource Management Handbook (pp. i-ii) Qld: Dept Natural Resources & MInes, Qld. 43  
Lawrence, G. A. and Cheshire, L. A. (2004). From protest to partnership: Rethinking local responses to change and restructuring in rural Australia. In: Globalisation, Risks and Resistance in Rural Economies and Societies, XI World Congress of Rural Sociology. XI World Congress of Rural Sociology, Trondheim, Norway, (-----). 25-30 July, 2004. 66  
Baxter, Janeen, Perales, Francisco and Tai, Tsui-O (2013). Gender, justice and work: a distributive approach to perceptions of housework fairness. In: Mark Wooden, Janeen Baxter and Garry Barrett, HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013 - Papers: HILDA Conference 2013 Proceedings. HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013, Melbourne, Australia, (). 3-4 October 2013. 161 2
Western, J. S. and Lanyon, A. (2001). Globalisation and nation states. In: J. Ariffin and A. Louis, Proceedings of the Institute Sultan Iskandar and Swiss Academy of Development Joint International Conference on Social Challenges of Rapid Economic Transformation. International Conference on Social Challenges of Rapid Economic Transformation, Technology University of Malayasia, (41-44). May, 2001. 94  
Globalization, Localization and Sustainable Livelihoods. Edited by Almas, R. and Lawrence, G. A. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2003. 81  
Lui, Chi-Wai (2004). Global shifts and local imaginations : changing tourist gaze and the transformation of Hong Kong's tourism PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 288 9
Hewitt, B., Turrell, G., Baxter, J. H. and Western, M. C. (2004). Health impacts of marriage dissolution on older Australians: The role of social and economic resources. In: Academy of Social Sciences in Australia Workshop: Is the Intergenerational Report Gender Neutral?. Academy of Social Sciences in Australia Workshop, Brisbane, Australia, (). 1-2 July 2004. 84  
Mckay, J. (2003). Hegemonic masculinity, the State and the politics of gender equity policy research. In Justin Lewis and Toby Miller (Ed.), Critical Cultural Policy Studies: A Reader (pp. 202-209) UK: Blackwells. 127  
Brady, Michelle and Perales, Francisco (2013). Hours of paid work among single and partnered mothers in Australia: how childcare package matters. In: Mark Wooden, Janeen Baxter and Garry Barrett, HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013 - Papers: HILDA Conference 2013 Proceedings. HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013, Melbourne, Australia, (). 3-4 October 2013. 122 11
Natalier, Kristin. (2003). "I'm not his wife".: doing gender in share households PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 213 17
Shepherd, Nicole (2003). Interviewing Online: Qualitative Research in the Network(ed) Society. In: Qualitative Research: Creating Spaces for Understanding. Association of Qualitative Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, (25-26). 17-19 July, 2003. 2582 4162
Western, M. C. and Baxter, J. H. (2001). Introduction. In J Baxter; M Western (Ed.), Reconfigurations of Class and Gender (pp. 1-13) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 30  
Almas, R. and Lawrence, G. A. (2003). Introduction: The global/local problematic. In R. Almas and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Globalization, Localization and Sustainable Livelihoods (pp. 3-24) Aldershot: Ashgate. 51  
Light, R. (1999). Japanese school rugby and the reproduction of hegemonic masculinity. In Timothy J. L. Chandler and John Nauright (Ed.), Making the rugby world: Race, gender, commerce (pp. 105-127) London: Frank Cass. 48  
Baxter, J. H. (2005). Male Breadwinners and White Australians: The Role of Employment and Immigration Policies in Shaping Domestic Labour Patterns in Australia. In S. Huang, B. Yeoh and N. Abdul Rahman (Ed.), Asian Women as Transnational Domestic Workers (pp. 380-394) Singapore: Marshal Cavendish Academic. 134 66
Lawrence, G. A. and Cheshire, L. A. (2004). Managing nature: The promises and problems of sustainable development in regional Australia, Plenary Address. In: R. Taplin and K. Herbert, Ecopolitics XV Conference. Environmental Governance: Transforming Regions and Localities. Ecopolitics XV Conference. Environmental Governance: Transforming Regions & Localities, Macquarie University, Sydney, (-----). 12-14 November, 2004. 108  
Memmott, Paul and Meltzer, Anne (2005). Modelling Social Capital in a Remote Australian Indigenous Community. In Ann Dale and Jenny Onyx (Ed.), A Dynamic Balance: Social Capital & Sustainable Community Development (pp. 105-126) The University of British Columbia, Vancouver: UBC Press. 174 3
Cheshire, L. A. and Lawrence, G. A. (2003). Monto, Queensland. In C. Cocklin and M. Alston (Ed.), Community Sustainability in Rural Australia: A Question of Capital? (pp. 10-37) Wagga Wagga: Centre for Rural Res., Charles Sturt Univ. 85  
Leiminer, M. and Baker, C. D. (2000). Negotiating competing versions of 'the child': An analysis of a child's competence in participation in parent-talk at the preschool. In: J. Mason and M. Wilkinson, Taking Children Seriously: Proceedings of a National Workshop. Taking Children Seriously, Campbelltown, NSW, (276-299). 12-13 July 1999. 40  
Heng, Teck-Kin. (2003). Overseas Chinese capitalism and globalisation : Chinese businesses, entrepreneurship and economic development in Singapore PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 219 3
Western, J. and Lynch, M. (2000). Overview of the social impact assessment process. In L. Goldman (Ed.), Social Impact: An Applied Anthropology Manual (pp. 35-59) New York: Oxford. 59  
Teixeira, S. R., Chamala, S. A., Cowan, R. T. and Western, M. (2004) Participatory approach for the identification of dairy industry needs in the design of research, development and extension actions: Australian and Brazilian case studies. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44 6: 521-530. doi:10.1071/EA01187 134   5 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Cross, Aaron Alan (2002) Playing with 'peng' in Tai-chi Boxing. Health Sociology Review, 11 1-2: 53-60. doi:10.5172/hesr.2002.11.1-2.53 45   0
Phillips, T. and Smith, P. D. (2000) Police violence occasioning citizen complaint. British Journal of Criminology, 40 3: 480-496. doi:10.1093/bjc/40.3.480 38   10 0

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