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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 -> 370600 History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine -> 370602 Sociology and Social Studies of Science and Technology :

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Hindmarsh, R. A. and Lawrence, G. Altered Genes II: The Future? 2 ed. Melbourne: Scribe Publications, 2001. 57  
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Lawrence, G. (2001). Bio-utopia: Future Natural?. In R. Hindmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Altered Genes II: The Future? 2 ed. (pp. 11-35) Melbourne: Scribe Publications. 95  
Taylor, S. D. (2002) Book review of 'The New Genetics & the Public's Health' by A. Petersen & R. Bunton (Eds). New Genetics and Society, 21 3: 351-352. doi:10.1080/14636770216007 40   0
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, C (2002). Communicating disability: What's the matter with internet studies?. In: M. Power, Refereed Articles from the Proceedings of the ANZCA 2002 Conference. Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century, Coolangatta, (). 10-12 July, 2002. 68  
Adler, M. and Henman, P. W. (2005) Computerisation and e-government in social security: A comparative international study Washington DC: IBM Centre for the Business of Government 84  
Adler, Michael and Henman, Paul (2005) Computerizing the welfare state: An international comparison of computerization in social security. Information, Communication & Society, 8 3: 315-342. doi:10.1080/13691180500259137 113 2 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Hindmarsh, R. A. (2001). Constructing Bio-utopia: Laying foundations amidst dissent. In R. Hindmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Altered Genes II: The Future? 2 ed. (pp. 36-52) Melbourne: Scribe Publications. 35  
Ecopolitics Thought+Action (2002) Volume 1 Issue 3 75  
Henman, P. W. (2005). e-Government, public policy and the growth of conditionality. In: D. Remenyi, 5th European Conference on e-Government. 5th European Conference on e-Government, Antwerp, Belgium, (223-229). 16-17 June, 2005. 53  
Henman, P. W. (2005) E-Government, targeting and data profiling: Policy and ethical issues of differential treatment. Journal of E-Government, 2 1: 79-98. doi:10.1300/J399v02n01_05 328   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Murray, J. A. (2004) Grief Matters. The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 7 2: 27-27. 112  
Taylor, S.D., Otlowski, M. F., Barlow-Stewart, K. K., Treloar, S. A., Stranger, M. and Chenoweth, K. (2004) Investigating genetic discrimination in Australia: Opportunities and challenges in the early stages. New Genetics And Society, 23 2: 225-239. doi:10.1080/1463677042000237053 33   16 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
Treloar, Susan, Taylor, Sandra, Otlowski, Margaret, Barlow-Stewart, Kristine, Stranger, Mark and Chenoweth, Kellie (2005) Methodological Considerations in the Study of Genetic Discrimination. Community Genetics, 7 4: 161-228. doi:10.1159/000082254 44   13 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Rogers-Hayden, Tee and Hindmarsh, Richard (2002) Modernity Contextualises New Zealand's Royal Commission on Genetic Modification: A Discourse Analysis. Journal of New Zealand Studies, 1 1: 41-61. 47  
Hindmarsh, Richard (2002) Molitor's techno-discourse: Rhetoric unconvincing. Journal of Futures Studies, 6 3: 117-124. 56  
Jobling, I. F. (2004). Observations of exercise and sport science in the early modern Olympiads: Selected examples from a socio-historical perspective. In: Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Inaugural National Conference. Exercise and Sports Science 2004 - From Research to Practice, Brisbane, (). 14-16 April 2004. 71  
Fletcher, M. Don and Whip, R. J. (1999) Ohayon, Holmes, and Peirce in Batya Gur's Detective Fiction. Clues, 19 2: 97-104. 77  
Lawrence, G. A., Norton, J., Lockie, S. and Lyons, K. (2002). Organics and biotechnology: Never the twain shall meet?. In: World Congress of Sociology: International Sociological Assoc., Research Committee on Agriculture & Food. World Congress of Sociology: International Sociological Assoc., Research Committee on Agriculture & Food, x, (). 2002. 66  
Rooney, David (1997). Playing Second Fiddle: A history of technology and organisation in the Australian music economy (1901-1990) PhD Thesis, Humanities, Griffith University. 2485 13095
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, C (2002). Privileged and excluded voices: Disability, biotechnology and media moments. In: N. Sunderland, P. Graham and P. Isaacs, Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Citizenship. Toward Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Citizenship, Ipswich, (1-26). 15-17 July, 2002. 37  
Low, M. (2004) Review of The Lens within the Heart: The Western Scientific Gaze and Popular Imaginery in Later Edo Japan. By Timon Screech. Journal of Japanese Studies, 30 1: 163-166. doi:10.1353/jjs.2004.0023 127   0 0
Goggin, G. M. (2002). Rural communities online: Networking consumers and providers. In: CRF 2002 Conference Program and Papers. Communications Research Forum 2002, Canberra, (1-16). 2-3 October, 2002. 22  
Low, M. (2002). Science, Technology and Gender. In S. Nakayama and H. Yoshioka (Ed.), Science Revolutions 1st ed. (pp. 180-197) Tokyo: Gakuyo Shobo. 40  
Nguyen, D. and Western, M.C. (2007) Socio-structural correlates of online news and information adoption/use: Implications for the digital divide. Journal of Sociology, 43 2: 167-185. doi:10.1177/1440783307076894 91 8 10 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Nguyen, An (2003) The current status and potential development of online news consumption: a structural approach. First Monday, 8 9: 1-11. doi:10.5210/fm.v8i9.1075 73   0
Taylor, S. D. (2004) The Double Edged Helix: Social Implications of Generitcs in a Diverse Society. New Genetics & Society, 23 1: 124-125. 26  
Taylor, S. D. (2001). The new quest for genetic knowledge: The need for critique and compromise in genetic technologies. In J. Daly, M. Guillemin and S. Hill (Ed.), Technologies and Health: Critical Compromises (pp. 2-15) South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. 32  
Hindmarsh, Richard Alan (2000) The problems of genetic engineering. Peace Review, 12 4: 541-547. doi:10.1080/10402650020014627 64   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Low, Morris (2002). The reformatting of Japan for the people. Science, Technology and the New Economy. In J. Maswood, J. Graham and H. Miyajima (Ed.), Japan - Change and Continuity 1st ed. (pp. 179-191) London: Routledge Curzon. 44  
Najman, J. M. and Hewitt, B. (2003) The validity of publication and citation counts for Sociology and other selected disciplines. Journal of Sociology, 39 1: 62-80. doi:10.1177/0004869003039001320 70 5 17 Cited 19 times in Scopus19 0
Taysom, S. (1999) True love is a trued wheel: Technopleasure in mountain biking. A Journal of Media and Culture, 2 6: 1-4. 49  
Redden, G., Caldwell, N. P. and Nguyen, D. A. (2003) Warblogging as Critical Social Practice. Southern Review, 36 2: 68-79. 60