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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. 156 8
Campbell, Iain, Whitehouse, Gillian and Baxter, Janeen (2009). Australia: Casual employment, part-time employment and the resilience of the male-breadwinner model. In Leah F. Vosko, Martha MacDonald and Iain Campbell (Ed.), Gender and the contours of precarious employment (pp. 60-75) London, United Kingdom: Routledge. 225 4 8
Huston, Simon (2006) Context and Drivers of Queensland's Property Market. 257 2121
Hayatbakhsh, M. R., Najman, Jake M., Jamrozik, Konrad D., Mamun, Abdullah A. and Alati, Rosa (2006) Do parents' marital circumstances predict young adults' DSM-IV cannabis use disorders? A prospective study. Addiction, 101 12: 1778-1786. doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2006.01620.x 183 220 14 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Henman, Paul and Jones, Andrew (2012) Exploring the use of residual measures of housing affordability in Australia: Methodologies and concepts. AHURI Final Report, i-35. 146 7
Baum, S. W. and Wulff, M. (2001). First home ownership among three generations of Australian home buyers. In: Proceedings of Housing and Urban Development in New Europe Conference. , Pultusk-Warsaw, Poland, (1-11). 25-29 June, 2001. 53  
Fronek, P. (2006) Global perspectives in Korean intercountry adoption. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work And Development, 16 1: 21-31. 29   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Wulff, M. and Baum, S. W. (2001). Housing aspirations among young Australians: Variations on the 'dream'. In: Proceedings of National Housing Conference, 2001. , Sheraton Towers Hotel, Brisbane, (1-8). 26-26 Oct. 2001. 55  
Western, M., Baxter, J. and Chesters, J. (2007). How are families managing?. In D. Denemark, G. Meagher, S. Wilson, M. C. Western and T. Phillips (Ed.), Australian social Attitudes 2: Citzenship, Work and Aspirations (pp. 241-261) Sydney, NSW: UNSW Press. 111 8
Manicaros, M. A. and Stimson, R. J. Living in a Retirement Village Attitudes, Choices and Outcomes. Brisbane: Univ. of Qld, 1999. 238  
Motherhood: Power and Oppression 1 ed. Edited by M. Porter, P. M. Short and A. O'Reilly Toronto, Canada: Women's Press, 2005. 90  
Cage, Robert A. and Foster, John (1999) Overcrowding and Infant Mortality: A Tale of Two Cities. Discussion Paper No. 256, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 399 475
Baxter, J. H. and Hewitt, B. A. (2005). Paying for housework: Resources, demand and attitudes. In: Proceedings: The 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference. Families Matter: 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (27-27). 9-11 February 2005. 95  
Moran, Mark (2002) The devolution of indigenous local government authority in Queensland: Opportunities for statutory planning. Australian Planner, 39 2: 72-82. 77  
Hosking, Amanda and Western, Mark (2005). The effect of non-standard employment on work-family balance. In: Proceedings: The 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference. Families Matter: 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, Vic, Australia, (1-18). 9-11 February, 2005. 179