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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 -> 370107 Social Change :

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Bramble, T. J. and Minns, J. (2002). Activist perspectives on the Australian anti-capitalist movement. In: P. Griffiths, Jubilee Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association. Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association, Canberra, (). 2-4 October, 2002. 82  
Lawrence, G. A., Cheshire, L. A. and Richards, C. A. (2004). Agricultural production and the ecological question. In R. White (Ed.), Controversies in environmental sociology (pp. 221-237) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 98  
Milojevic, I. (2001) Alternative futures of globalization: Globotech versus ecarmony. Journal of Futures Studies, 5 4: 65-78. 89  
Western, J. S. and Lanyon, A. (1999). Anomie in the Asia Pacific region: The Australian study. In Peter Atteslander, Bettina Gransow and John Western (Ed.), Comparative Anomie Research: Hidden Barriers - Hidden Potential for Social Development (pp. 73-98) Aldershot, Hantsfordshire: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. 86  
Bramble, Tom (2006) 'Another World is Possible': A Study of Participants at Australian Alter-Globalisation Social Forums. Journal of Sociology, 42 3: 287-309. doi:10.1177/1440783306066728 426 679 4 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Skrbis, Zlatko (2006). Australians in Guantanamo Bay: Gradations of Citizenship and the Politics of Belonging. In Nira Yuval-Davis, Kalpana Kannabiran and Ulrike M. Vieten (Ed.), The Situated Politics of Belonging (pp. 176-190) London: Sage Publications. 106 9
Australian Social Attitudes 2: Citzenship, Work and Aspirations. Edited by David Denemark, Gabrielle Meagher, Shaun Wilson, Mark C. Western and Phillips, Timothy Sydney, NSW: UNSW Press, 2007. 320  
Australian Social Attributes: The First Report. Edited by Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher, Rachel Gibson, David Denemark and Mark Western Western Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2005. 822  
Milojevic, I. (1999) Beyond wars. New Renaissance: A Journal of Social and Spiritual Awakening, 9 2: 26-27. 32  
Thomas, P N (2006). Bhoomi, Gyan Ganga, e-governance and the right to information: ICTS and development in India. In: Knowledge Societies for All: Media Communication Strategies. International Association for Mass Communication Research, Cairo, Egypt, (1-26). 23-28 July 2006. 102  
Ip, D. F. and . (2001) Book review: Managed in Hong Kong: Adaptive systems, entrepreeurship and human resources Eds: C Rowley & R Fitzgerald. The China Journal, 46 206-207. 46  
Majumdar, P., Chamala, S. and Western, J. S. (1999). Building alliances between non government organisations and local people: A case from an Indian NGO. In: Building Partnerships for Better Development - Conference Proceedings. Building Partnerships for Better Development, Bangkok: Sukhothai Thammathirat Open Univ., (132-140). Sept, 1998. 78  
Servaes, J.E.J. and Breit, R. A. W. (2005). By way of conclusion: Where to go from here?. In R. Breit and J. Servaes (Ed.), Information Society or Knowledge Societies? UNESCO in the Smart State (pp. 161-165) Penang: Southbound. 67  
Emmison, J. M. (2000). Calling for help, charging for support: Some features of the introduction of payment as a topic in calls to a software helpline. In: Calling for Help: Computers, Telephones and the Discourses of Helping, Problem Solving and Advice-Seeking in Commercial and Non-commmercial Settings. Calling for Help, Denmark, Aalborg University, (). 8-10 September, 2000. 52  
Western, M. C. and O'Flaherty, M. J. (2005). Changing economic attitudes in Australia: 1987 - 2004. In: R. Julian, R. Rottier and R. White, TASA 2005 Conference Proceedings: Community, Place, Change. TASA 2005 Conference, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia, (). 4-8 December 2005. 78  
Chinese Business and the Asian Crisis. Edited by Ip, D. F., Lever-Tracy, C. and Tracy, N. Aldershot: Gower, 2000. 60  
Western, M. C. and Baxter, J. H. (2007). Class and Inequality in Australia. In J. Germov and M. Poole (Ed.), Public sociology: an Introduction to Australia Society (pp. 215-236) Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 1130  
Thomas, P. N. (2007). Communication and Social Change: Expanding the research agenda. In Srampickal, J. and Aram, A. (Ed.), Understanding Development Communication First ed. (pp. 143-162) New Delhi, India: Media House. 87  
Van de Fliert, E. (2007). Communication and sustainable rural development. In Thomas, P. N. (Ed.), Communication for Social Change (pp. 85-94) Brisbane: The University of Queensland. 113  
Van de Fliert, Elske (2008). Communication for Rural Innovation: Rethinking Agricultural Extension. In: World Congress on Communication for Development: Lessons, Challenges, and the way Forward. Innovative Agricultural technology Transfer and Extension System for Enhancing productivity and Competitiveness in APEC Member Economies, Seoul, Korea, (). 1-3 July 2008. 326  
Comparative Anomie Research: Hidden Barriers - Hidden Potential for Social Development. Edited by Atteslander, P., Gransow, B. and Western, J. S. Aldershot, Hantsfordshire: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 1999. 130  
Atteslander, P., Gransow, B. and Western, J. S. (1999). Conclusions and implications for development policies. In Peter Atteslander, Bettina Gransow and John Western (Ed.), Comparative anomie research: Hidden barriers, hidden potential for social development (pp. 215-224) Aldershot, Hantsfordshire: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. 48  
Lee, Young-Sook (2003). Constructing tourism in South Korea : nation state and the tourist gaze PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 322 2
McLeod, Abby (2003). Contesting violence : state and simbu approaches to law and order in contemporary Papua New Guinea PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 153 3
Budiman, A. and Roan, A M (2006). Corrupt culture or the corruption of culture: An examination of post-colonial values in the Indonesian Public Sector under Suharto. In: J. Sayers, B. Catley and R. S. Jaques, Proceedings of the 2nd Meeting, Australian Caucus of the Standing Conference of an Organizational Symbolism (ACSCOS). Australian Caucus of the Standing Conference of an Organization, Auckland, New Zealand, (). 31 November - 1 December, 2006. 110  
Milojevic, I. (2001) Creating spaces for poverty free futures. Development, 44 4: 98-103. 45  
Thomas, Pradip (2005). CRIS and global media governance: Communication rights and social change. In: C. Bailey and K. Barnett, Social Change in the 21st Century 2005 Conference Proceedings. Social Change in the 21st Century, Brisbane, Australia, (1-11). 28 October 2005. 71  
Greenwood, Matthew. (2003). Decentralisation and governance from the ground-up : two case studies from Papua New Guinea MPhil Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 164 6
Scull, S. C. (2004) Defending Human Rights: Community-Based Asylum Seekers in Queensland Ipswich: UQ Boilerhouse CSRC 116  
Dennis, Rea and Murdoch, Trish (2001) Disability focus groups: A strategy for including people with disability in parishes. Journal of Religion, Disability and Health, 5 4: 45-59. doi:10.1300/J095v05n04_04 49   0
Milojevic, I. (2001). Dystopias: What are they?. In A. B. Shostak (Ed.), Utopian Thinking in Sociology: Creating the Good Society (pp. 44-45) Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 32  
Western, M. C. (2003). Earnings, enterprises and the Australian labour market. In: Chinese Ministry of Labor and Social Security Symposium on Improving the Compensation System in Chinse Enterprises. Improving Compensation System in Chinese Enterprises, Beijing, (). 3-4 November, 2003. 33  
Lockie, Stewart, Lyons, Kristen, Lawrence, Geoffrey and Mummery, Kerry (2002) Eating 'Green': Motivations behind organic food consumption in Australia. Sociologia Ruralis, 42 1: 23-40. doi:10.1111/1467-9523.00200 1057   97 Cited 138 times in Scopus138 2
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. 2352 4602
Emotions and Globalization. Edited by Skrbis, Z. Philadelphia, PA: Routledge, 2007. 56  
Western, M. C. and Tranter, B. K. (2005). Engaged Citizens: Are Post Materialists Making a Difference?. In Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher, Rachel Gibson, David Denemark and Mark Western (Ed.), Australian Social Attitudes : The First Report (pp. 82-100) Sydney: University of New South Wales Press. 74 7
Williams-Wynn, M. and Wiltshire, K. W. (2001) Final Report and Recommendations: Fifth session of the Intergovernmental Council of the Management of Social Transformations Programme (MOST), UNESCO, Paris, 14-17March 2001 Paris, France: UNESCO 47  
van de Fliert, E. (2007). For growth or well-being? Communication strategies for sustainable development in rural Asia. In J. E. J. Servaes and S. Liu (Ed.), Moving Targets - Mapping the Paths Between Communication, Technolgy and Social Change in Communities (pp. 45-60) Penang, Malaysia: Southbound. 114 2
Servaes, J. E. J. and Liu, S. (2007). From the centre to the periphery: Multiple paths to social change in communities. In J. E. J. Servaes and S. Liu (Ed.), Moving Targets: Mapping the Paths Between Communication, Technology and Social Change in Communities (pp. 1-9) Malaysia: Southbound. 59 3
Milojevic, I. (2001). From utopia to dystopia and back. In A. B. Shostak (Ed.), Utopian Thinking in Sociology: Creating the Good Society (pp. 46-47) Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 70  
Milojevic, I. and Inayatullah, S. (2001). Futures dreaming outside and on the margins of the western world. In A. B. Shostak (Ed.), Utopian Thinking in Sociology: Creating the Good Society (pp. 25-34) Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 39  
Ensor, J. (1999) Futurestext. Journal of Australian Studies, 63 165-172. 34  
Milojevic, I. (2001) Future studies in C. Kramarae and D. Spender (eds.) Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women. New York: Routledge 23  
Milojevic, I. (2002) Gender, education and world futures in D. Al Gobaisi (eds.) Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. Paris: UNESCO 51  
Connor, Meredith, Shevellar, Lynda and Westoby, Peter (2013) Getting back on your feet: community development work and natural disasters Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Community Development Unit, School of Social Work and Human Services, The University of Queensland 58 7
Lawrence, G. A. (2002). Globalisation, community and Australian social research: Challenges and opportunities: Plenary Address. In: Australian Assoc of Social Research Conference. Australian Association of Social Research, Hydro Majestic Hotel, Katoomba, (). 1-4 October, 2002. 84  
Milojevic, I. (2001). Globalisation, gender and world futures. In: New Futures: Transformations in Education, Culture and Technology. International Conference on New Futures, Tamkang University, Taiwan, (198-212). 4-8 November, 2000. 42  
Antrobus, Emma, Cheshire, Lynda, Connor, Meredith, George, Nicole, Madsen, Wendy, Ramirez, Suzanna, Shevellar, Lynda, Walters, Peter, Westoby, Peter and Wickes, Rebecca (2013) Identifying and evaluating factors influencing community resilience in a crisis : 128 29
Huggins, Jackie (2004) Indigenous women and leadership: A personal reflection. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6 1: 5-7. 87  
Information Society or Knowledge Societies? UNESCO in the Smart State. Edited by J. E. J. Servaes and R. A. W. Breit Penang: Southbound, 2005. 40  

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