List of Subject Classifications Records

Browse Results (128 results found)

Subscribe to the RSS feed for this result setSubscribe to the RSS feed for this result set

Page 1 of 3

Result Pages:    1 2 3  next › last »

 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 -> 420000 Language and Culture -> 420300 Cultural Studies :

420301 Cultural Policy Studies (44)
420302 Cultural Theory (80)
420303 Culture, Gender, Sexuality (177)
420304 Screen and Media Culture (143)
420305 Aboriginal Cultural Studies (44)
420306 Postcolonial and Global Cultural Studies (51)
420307 Consumption and Everyday Life (35)
420308 Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies (97)
420399 Cultural Studies not elsewhere classified (199)

  Abstract Views File Downloads Thomson Reuters Web of Science Citation Count Scopus Citation Count Altmetric Score
Kato, K. (2008) Addressing global responsibility for conservation through cross-cultural collaboration: Kodama Forest, a forest of tree spirits. The Environmentalist, 28 2: 148-154. doi:10.1007/s10669-007-9051-6 132   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Nicoll, Fiona (2004). After Keating: Queer(y)ing Ordinary Mums and Dads. In Carter, David (Ed.), The Ideas Market (pp. 163-180) Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. 72 31
Kato, K. (2007) Ama-no Isobue: The role of soundscape in the formation of environmental ethics. Soundscape, 9 33-38. 315  
D'Costa, A. (2006). Anglo-Indian Nostalgia: Longing for India as Homeland. 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. 535 2764
Harris, Anita (2009) A report on the youngest cohort of respondents to the national survey of community attitudes towards violence against women Carlton South, Vic., Australia: VicHealth 60  
Nicoll, Fiona (2004) 'Are you calling me a racist?': teaching critical whiteness theory in Indigenous sovereignty. Borderlands eJournal, 3 2: . 1612  
A Slap-up Treat. Travelling Shakespeare in Australia 1 ed. Edited by Gillian Ridsdale Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Performing Arts Centre, 2006. 75 12
Guy, Ramsay and Shnukal, Anna (2003) ‘Aspirational Chinese’: achieving community prominence on Thursday Island, Northeast Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 12 3: 337-359. 166   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Turner, G. (2001). Australasia. In Toby Miller (Ed.), A Companion to Cultural Studies 1 ed. (pp. 246-258) Malden, Mass.: Blackwell. 59  
Australian Slavonic and East European Studies (2006) Volume 20 Issue 1-2 48  
Clarke, Robert (2002). Australia’s Sublime Desert: John McDouall Stuart and Bruce Chatwin. In Gilbert, Helen and Johnston, Anna (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire 1 ed. (pp. 149-172) New York: Peter Lang. 129 26
Hainge, Greg (2002) A whisper or a scream? experimental music sounds a warning for the future of theory. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 16 3: 285-298. doi:10.1080/1030431022000018654 546 238 0
Butler, Rex W. (2001). Before the Law: Reading the Yuendumu Doors with Eric Michaels. In de Vries, Hent and Weber, Samuel (Ed.), Religion and Media (pp. 514-527) Stanford, California: Stanford University Press. 242 80
Jennaway, M. (2000). Bitter honey: female agency and the polygynous household, North Bali. In J. Koning, J. Nolten, J. Rodenberg and R. Saptari (Ed.), Women and Households in Indonesia: Cultural Notions and Social Practices (pp. 142-163) Richmond, Surrey, UK: Curzon. 109 237
Maynard, Margaret (2002). Blankets: the Visible Politics of Indigenous Clothing in Australia. In Parkins, Wendy (Ed.), Fashioning the Body Politic. Dress, Gender, Citizenship 1 ed. (pp. 189-204) Oxford: Berg. 344 33
Ward, S. (2003) Blurred: Mapping the Boundaries between the local and international film industries in South-east Queensland. Metro, 137: 44-52. 60  
Butler, Sally (2003). Cape York's Time in Motion. In Weir, Ian (Ed.), Story Place Indigenous Art of Cape York and the Rainforest (pp. 192-199) Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery. 72 111
Kato, K. (2006) Case Study 14.7 Traditional use in Shirakami-sanchi World Heritage area, Japan in M. Lockwood, G. Worboys and A. Kothari (eds.) Managing Protected Areas: A global guide. London: Earthscan 79  
Turner, G (2006). Celebrity. In S. Cunningham and G. Turner (Ed.), The media and communications in Australia 2nd ed. (pp. 357-367) Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 99  
Turner, G (2006). Celebrity, the tabloid and the democratic public sphere. In P. D. Marshall (Ed.), The celebrity culture reader (pp. 487-500) New York: Routledge. 841 3
Hainge, Greg (1999). Céline: classique anti-classique. In: Classicisme de Céline; Actes du XIIe colloque international Louis-Ferdinand Céline pp.155-167, Paris, (155-167). 1999. 111  
Ahrens, P. M. (2005) Colonising with Christianity? The case of George Brown, missionary photographer. Third Text, 19 3: 259-267. doi:10.1080/09528820500049478 86 3 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Gregg, Melissa C. (2006) Communicating Investment: Cultural Studies, Affect and the Academy. 225 843
Gallois, C. and Callan, V. J. Communication and Culture: a Guide for Practice. London, England: Wiley, 1997. 643  
Kato, K. (2006) Community, connection and conservation: Intangible cultural values in natural heritage - the case of Shirakami-sanchi World Heritage area. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 12 5: 458-473. doi:10.1080/13527250600821670 154   Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Conference report: Women's studies conference (1998) . Edited by Australian Feminist Studies. Women's Studies Conference, 1998, University of Havana, Cuba. 56  
Ramsay, G. M. (2001) Contentious connections: Removals, legislation and Indigenous-Chinese contacts. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 4 1: 1-6. 63  
Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies (2006) Volume 20 Issue 2 68  
Alexander, J. C. and Smith, P. (1999) Cultural structures, social action, and the discourses of American civil society: A reply to Battani, Hall, and Powers. Theory and Society, 28 3: 455-461. doi:10.1023/A:1006950207556 43   3 0
Gregg, Melissa C. Cultural Studies' Affective Voices. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 465 5
Galla, A. (2002) Culture and heritage in development: Ha Long Ecomuseum, a case study from Vietnam. Humanities Research, 9 1: 63-76. 137  
Culture and Religion: An Interdisciplinary Journal (2006) Volume 7 Issue 1 104  
Nicoll, Fiona (2002) De-facing Terra Nullius and facing the secret of Indigenous sovereignty in Australia. Borderlands, 1 2: . 210  
Ridsdale, Gillian and Smith, Christopher Defining Acts. Australia on Stage 1 ed. Brisbane: Queensland Performing Arts Centre, 2001. 46 37
Almond, Philip C. Demonic possession & exorcism in early modern England: Contemporary texts and their cultural contexts. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 459 16
Clarke, Robert and Hunter, Mary Ann (2003). Developing cultural citizens through Australia’s Young Artists Mentoring Program. In Frances K. Kochan and Joseph T. Pascarelli (Ed.), Global perspectives on mentoring: Transforming contexts, communities, and cultures (pp. 53-71) Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.A.: Information Age Publishing. 76 55
Carter, David Dispossession, dreams and diversity: Issues in Australian studies. Frenchs Forest, Australia: Pearson Education, 2006. 2405  
Clarke, Robert (2004). Distant Cousins and Ordinary Australians: Encounters with Aboriginality in the 1990s. In Bhattacharya, Rimli (Ed.), Text, Travelling, Text 1 ed. (pp. 115-134) New Delhi: Department of English, University of Delhi. 59 16
Maynard, Margaret Dress and Globalisation. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 2004. 138 11
Hume, Lynne (2010). Dress and religious practices. In Joanne Bubolz Eicher (Ed.), Encyclopedia of world dress and fashion (pp. 77-84) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 62  
Maynard, Margaret (2006) Dress for Dissent: Reading the Almost Unreadable. Journal of Australian Studies, 30 89: 103-112. 89 198
St John, Graham (2006) Electronic dance music culture and religion: An Overview. Culture and Religion, 7 1: 1-25. doi:10.1080/01438300600625259 230   Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
Butler, Rex W. (2003). Emily Kame Kngwarreye and the undeconstructible space of justice. In Gaiger, Jason and Wood, Paul (Ed.), Art of the 20th Century: A Reader (pp. 304-319) New Haven, USA: Yale University Press. 572 136
McKay, S. and Bonner, F. (2002) Evaluating Illness in Women's Magazines. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 21 1: 53-67. doi:10.1177/0261927X02021001004 67   3 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
O'Regan, Tom and Ward, Susan (2006) Experimenting with the Local and the Transnational: Television Drama Production on the Gold Coast. Continuum, 20 1: 17-31. doi:10.1080/10304310500475335 357 9 0
Dixon, S.M. (2001). Familia Veturia: towards a lower-class economic prosopography. In S. Dixon (Ed.), Childhood, Class and Kin in the Roman World (pp. 115-127) UK: Routledge. 46  
Gregg, Melissa (2006) Feeling Ordinary: Blogging as Conversational Scholarship. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 20 2: 147-160. 338 4
Gregg, Melissa C. (2006) Feeling Ordinary: Blogging as Conversational Scholarship. 237 2603
Nicoll, Fiona From Diggers to Drag Queens: Configurations of Australian National Identity. Sydney: Pluto Press, 2001. 1901  
Koh, Aaron (2001). Global Flows of Foreign Talent: Identity Anxieties in Singapore's Ethnoscape. In: Transforming Cultures/Shifting Boundaries: Asian Diasporas & Identities in Australia & Beyond, Brisbane, Australia, (17-17). 30 November - 2 December 2001. 78  

Page 1 of 3

Result Pages:    1 2 3  next › last »