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Petelin, Roslyn (2004) Academic journal publishing: Desiderata for the digital age. Australian Journal of Communication, 31 3: 117-123. 674 2
Lo Bianco, J. (2002) After NALSAS...?. Australian Language Matters: A Newsletter of Language and Literacy, 10 2: 7-9. 113  
Australian Journal of Communication (2004) Volume 31 Issue 1 52  
Australian Journal of Communication (2004) Volume 31 Issue 2 48  
Australian Slavonic and East European Studies (2004) Volume 18 50  
Jamarani, Shirin (2005) (Book review) Against Empire: Feminisms, Racism, and the West. Asian Studies Review Journal, 29 2: 227-229. doi:10.1080/10357820500221196 43   0
Lea, Bronwyn (2004) Bronwyn Lea (poetry). Heat, 07 92-93. 126 50
Louie, K. (2002) China: Maximizing Australia's Asia knowledge Victoria (Australia): Asian Studies Association of Australia 45  
Colen, K. and Petelin, R. M. (2003). Collaborative Considerations for Corporate Writers: Insights from the Academy and the Corporation. In: G Radford, Conference on Corporate Communication 2003. Conference on Corporate Communication 2003, Wroxton College, Wroxton Abbey, Wroxton, England, (129-136). Jun 28 - July 1, 2003. 93 224
De Nooy, Juliana. (2004) Conference Report: Independent Language Learning: New Research Directions (Open University, Milton Keynes, UK 4-5 December 2003). Carnet Austral, 20: 11-12. 94  
Taylor, K. and Petelin, R. M. (2003). Considering Content Management in a Software Development Company: Taking Single-Sourcing Seriously. In: C Hatcher, T Flew and J Jacobs, Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, 2003: Designing Communication for Diversity. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, 2003: Designing Communication for Diversity, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, (1-8). July 9 - 13, 2003. 64  
Petelin, Roslyn M. (2005). Consulting (in Writing) to the Corporation: Principles and Pragmatics. In: Goodman, Michael and Genest, Christina, Conference on Corporate Communications 2005. Conference on Corporate Communication 2005, Wroxton College, Campus of Fairleigh Dickenson University, Wroxton, UK, (359-366). 10 - 13 June, 2005. 81 347
Gunders, Lisa (2006). Creating compliant citizens: Structuring the national and the future through language. In: T. Le and M. Short, Proceedings of the International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory into Research. International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania, (228-235). 15 - 18 November 2005. 29  
Newman, Paul (2005) Disgrace, Benang, and the search for benevolence. Journal of Australian Studies, 29 85: 83-96. doi:10.1080/14443050509388018 60   0
Hergenhan, L. T. (2006) Doing the shows. Quadrant, L 9: 68-71. 29  
Cruickshank, F (2005) Herbert's 'Jordan (I)'. Explicator, 64 1: 12-14. 49   0
Wakabayashi, J. F. (2002). Induction into the Translation Profession through Internet Mailing Lists for Translators. In E. Hung (Ed.), Teaching Translation and Interpreting 4: Building Bridges (pp. 47-58) Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 60  
Gallois, Cindy, McKay, Susan. and Pittam, Jeffery (2005). Intergroup Communication and Identity: Intercultural, Organizational, and Health Communication. In Kristine L. Fitch and Robert E. Sanders (Ed.), Handbook of Language and Social Interaction (pp. 231-250) Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.. 256 4
Nelson, B, Freadman, A. S. and Anderson, P (2001). Introduction. In B. Nelson, A. Freadman and P. Anderson (Ed.), Telling Performances: Essays on Gender, Narrative, and Performance (pp. 10-17) Newark: University of Delaware Press. 28  
Aoyama, T. (2002) Japan and Korea: Maximizing Australia's Asia knowledge Victoria (Australia): Asian Studies Association of Australia 43  
Monk, Sue (2006). Looking through a prism: Questioning Cuban music and Cuban music research. In: Kate, Bennett, Maryam Jamarani and Laura Tolton, Rhizomes: Re-Visioning Boundaries, Brisbane, Australia, (1-8). 24-25 February 2006. 235 1104
Leach, J. (2007). New rhetorics in new sciences: Figuration and knowledge mediation. In S. Thomas (Ed.), What is the New Rhetoric? (pp. 69-81) UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 114 142
Knight, J. W. (2000) Notes from the poetry editor. Social Alternatives, 19 1: 4. 31  
Gustavsen, P.A. and Tilley, E. N. (2003) Public relations communication through corporate websites: Towards an understanding of the role of interactivity.. PRism, 1 1: 1-14. 54  
Lo Bianco, J. (2002). Real world language politics and policy. In S. J. Baker (Ed.), Language Policy: Lessons from Global Models (pp. 8-27) Monterey, California, USA: Monterey Institute of International Studies. 85  
Fitzgerald, R. D. (2006) Review: Benwell, Bethan and Stokoe, Elizabeth, Discourse and Identity. Media International Australia, 121 202-203. 89  
Sussex, Roland D. (2002) Review of English: One language, different cultures by E. Ronowicz & C. Yallop (eds). Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 25 1: 193-196. 96  
Duggan, L. J. (2003) Review of J M Arther: The Default Country. JAS Review of Books, 19 October 2003: . 47  
Aoyama, T. (2003) Romancing food: The gastronomic quest in early twentieth-century Japanese literature. Japanese Studies, 23 3: 251-264. 94  
Petelin, R. M. (2004). The corporate style guide: Every company should have one. In: M. Goodman and C. Genest, Conference on Corporate Communication 2004. Conference on Corporate Communication 2004, Wroxton College, Wroxten Abbey, Wroxton, England, (259-270). June 4 - 7, 2004. 552  
Freadman, A. S. (1999). The culture peddlers. In Graham Squires (Ed.), Language, Literature, Culture (pp. 7-26) Newcastle: Dept of Modern Languages, Univ. of Newcastle. 31  
Gislason, Kari (2003) The passion of the old and the new: Saga studies on the fatal shore. Parergon, 20 1: 163-191. 35   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Meakins, Felicity (1999) The subject of Howard's desire: Passive sentences and political intention. M / C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 2 5: x-x. 66  
Lo Bianco, J. (2002) Uncle Sam and Mister Unz. Australian Language Matters: A Newsletter of Language and Literacy, 10 4: 8-10. 30  
Freadman, A. S. (2002). Uptake. In R. Coe, L. Lingard and T. Teslenko (Ed.), The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre (pp. 39-53) Cresskill, New Jersey, USA: Hampton Press. 111  
Ryan, Alyssa (2007). Vulnerable Machine: Writing a Personal Illness Discourse MPhil Thesis, School of English, Media Studies, and Art History, The University of Queensland. 326 59
Uchiyama, A. (2004). What Japanese girls read. In: R. Cribb and L. Edwards et al., Asia Examined: Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004. 15th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Canberra, (1-11). 29 June - 2 July 2004. 50  
Tiffin, H.M. (2004). White men read books; we hunt for heads instead: Head-trading in Borneo. In Z. Bialas and K. Kowalczyk-Twarowski (Ed.), Ebony, Ivory & Tea (pp. 58-75) Poland: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytitu Slaskiego. 41