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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 -> 379900 Other Studies in Human Society -> 379901 Gender Specific Studies :

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Carle, Alison and Nauright, John (1999) A man's game?: Women playing rugby union in Australia. Football Studies, 2 1: 55-73. 588  
Thomas, M.K. (2002) Ambiguity Stripped Bare. Australian Women's Book Review, 14 1: . 49  
McLelland, M. J. (2003) "A mirror for men?": Idealised depictions of white men and gay men in Japanses women's media. Transformations, 6 1-14. 542  
Osmond, G. (2006) Anderson, Eric. In the Game: Gay Athletes and the Cult of Masculinity (book review). Journal of Sport History, 33 1: 94-95. 194  
Johnson, H. (2004). (Ap)Praising technology: Gender and internet use in Singapore. In: M. Vicziany, Cultures and Technologies in Asia: The Paradigm Shifts. Proceedings of the Conference held on 9-13 February 2004 in Mumbai, Maharashtra State, India. First Annual Conference of the Monash Asia Institute, Mumbai, India, (). 8-13 February 2004. 56  
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. 224 4 8
Wu, Shuhwa (2006). Australian female indigenous life narrative: Some case studies. In: Indigenous Culture Development Association, Proceedings of the International Conference on Taiwan Indigenous Literature. International Conference on Taiwan Indigenous Literature: Taiwan Indigenous Literature, Hualien City, Taiwan, (324-349). 2-4 September 2005. 70  
Australian Women's Book Review (2010) Volume 22 Issue 1 33  
Rowe, Y. M. (2006). Beyond the Vulnerable Self: The 'Resisting Reader' of Marriage Manuals for Heterosexual Women. In: Bennett, Kate, Jamarani, Maryam and Tolton, Laura, Rhizomes: Re-Visioning Boundaries, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland, (). 24-25 February, 2006. 263 1897
Hughes, Carolyn (2002) Bringing down the house. Australian Women's Book Review, 14 2: . 48  
Hungerford, Catherine L. (2002) Change through choice: The significance of form and function in testimonial stories associated with the debate over the ordination of women. Australian Journal of Communication, 29 3: 71-86. 33  
Whip, R. J. and Fletcher, M. D. (1999) Changing characteristics of women on local government councils in Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 34 1: 59-77. 62   0
Carle, Alison and Nauright, John (1999). Crossing the line: Women playing rugby union. In Timothy J. L. Chandler and John Nauright (Ed.), Making the rugby world: Race, gender, commerce (pp. 128-148) London: Frank Cass. 269  
Palmieri, S. (1999) Different Voices: Gender and politics in Australia. Social Alternatives, 18 2: 72-73. 28  
Garlick, B. (2002) Diving into the Heart of Empire. Australian Women's Book Review, 14 1: . 29  
Garlick, B. (2002) Dorothy Hewett (21 May 1923-25 August 2002). Hecate, 28 2: 191-195. 31  
Porter, M. (2005). Down Under Power? Australian Mothering Experiences in the 1950s, 1960s. In A. O'Reilly, M. Porter and P. Short (Ed.), Motherhood: Power & Oppression (pp. 181-193) Toronto: Women's Press. 71 4
North, M. (2002). Dymphna Cusack (1902-1981). In S. Samuels (Ed.), Dictionary of Literary Biography: Australian Writers 1915-1950 (pp. 52-62) USA: Thomas gale. 85  
Ferrier, C. (1999) Editorial. Hecate: An interdisciplinary journal of women's liberation, 25 1: 4-9. 34  
Ferrier, Carole (2007) Editorial. Hecate: an interdisciplinary journal of women's liberation, 33 2: 1-3. 25  
Ferrier, Carole (2004) Editorial. Hecate, 30 1: 5-9. 16  
Ferrier, C. (2002) Editorial. Australian Women's Book Review, 14 1: . 36  
Ferrier, C. (2002) Editorial. Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women's Liberation, 14 2: . 41  
Ferrier, C. (2002) Editorial. Hecate, 28 2: 4-8. 30  
Ferrier, C. (2002) Editorial. Hecate, 28 1: 1-190. 24  
Dever, Maryanne and Ferrier, Carole (2003) Editorial. Hecate, 29 1: 4-6. 27  
Ferrier, Carole (2004) Editorial. Hecate, 30 2: 4-10. 23  
Davies, Bronwyn, Browne, Jenny, Gannon, Susanne, Honan, Eileen and Somerville, Margaret (2005) Embodied women at work in neoliberal times and places. Gender, Work and Organization, 12 4: 343-362. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2005.00277.x 92 4 25 Cited 26 times in Scopus26 0
Aoyama, Tomoko (2006) Embroidering girls' texts: Fashion and feminism in the fiction of Kanai Mieko. U.S. - Japan Women's Journal, 29 99-117. 212  
Inayatullah, S. and Milojevic, I. (1999). Exclusion and communication in the information era: From silences to global conversations. In Wendy Harcourt (Ed.), Women@Internet: Creating New Cultures in Cyberspace (pp. 76-88) London: Zed Books. 56  
Whitehouse, Gillian, Diamond, Chris and Baird, Marian (2007) Fathers use of leave in Australia. Community, Work and Family, 10 4: 387-407. doi:10.1080/13668800701575002 114   Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Milojevic, I. (1999). Feminising future studies. In Z. Sardar (Ed.), Rescuing All Our Futures: The Future of Futures Studies (pp. 61-71) Twickenham, UK: Adamantine Press. 30  
Roberts, R. A. (2004). Feminising the counter-revolution: An analysis of negative characters in the revolutionary model works of the Chinese cultural revolution. In: R. Cribb and L. Edwards, Asia Examined: Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004. Asia Examined, Canberra, (1-25). 29 June - 2 July, 2004. 132  
McKay, J. and Rowe, D. (1999). Field of soaps: Rupert v. Kerry as masculine melodrama. In SportCult (pp. 191-210) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 80  
Weatherall, Ann and Gallois, Cindy (2003). Gender and identity: Representation and social action. In J. Holmes and M. Meyerhoff (Ed.), The Handbook of Language and Gender (pp. 487-508) Oxford, UK: Blackwell. 132 3
Ogilvie, E. (2003). Gender and offending attitudes: Criminality, compliance and complexity. In J. S. Western, M. Lynch and E. Ogilvie (Ed.), Understanding Youth Crime (pp. 81-97) UK: Ashgate. 31  
Ogilvie, Emma and Western, John S. (2003). Gender and offending behaviours: Opportunity, motivations and manifestations. In J.S. Western, M. Lynch and E. Ogilvie (Ed.), Understanding Youth Crime (pp. 65-80) United Kingdom: Ashgate. 107 3
McKay, J. (1999). Gender and organizational power in Canadian sport. In Sport and Gender in Canada (pp. 197-214) Toronto: Oxford University Press. 96  
Milojevic, I. (2003) Gender and the 1999 war in and around Kosovo. Social Alternatives, 22 2: 28-36. 58   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Diamond, Chris and Whitehouse, Gillian (2007) Gender, computing and the organization of working time: Public/private comparisons in the Australian context. Information, Communication and Society, 10 3: 320-337. doi:10.1080/13691180701409879 77 6 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Fagan, A. A. and Western, J. (2003) Gender differences in the relationship between offending, self-harm and depression in adolescence and young adulthood. Australian And New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 36 3: 320-337. doi:10.1375/000486503322746190 138   2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Broughton, S and Palmieri, S (1999) Gendered contributions to parliamentary debates: The case of euthanasia. Australian Journal of Political Science, 34 1: 29-45. doi:10.1080/10361149950443 77   14 0
Whitehouse, Gillian and Diamond, Chris (2006) Gendered dichotomies and segregation patterns in computing jobs in Australia. Labour and Industry, 16 3: 73-90. 67   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Krenske, Leigh and McKay, Jim (2000) 'Hard and heavy': Gender and power in a heavy metal music subculture. Gender, Place and Culture, 7 3: 287-304. doi:10.1080/713668874 373   Cited 17 times in Scopus17 0
Hecate (2002) Volume 28 Issue 1 32  
Hecate (2008) Volume 34 Issue 2 52  
Hecate (2007) Volume 33 Issue 2 35  
Hecate (2008) Volume 34 Issue 1 39  
Hecate (2007) Volume 33 Issue 1 60  
Hecate (2008) Volume 29 Issue 2 16  

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