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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 750000 - Social Development and Community Services -> 750900 Understanding Past Societies :

750901 Understanding Australia's past (156)
750902 Understanding the pasts of other societies (194)

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Sbeghen, Jo-Anne Maree. (2005). An analysis of the sculpture of Candi Sukuh in Central Java : its meanings and religious functions 1437-1443 C.E. PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 464 8
Conte, E., Kirch, P. V., Weisler, M. I. and Anderson, A. J. (2004). Archaeological field Investigations. In E. Conte and P. V. Kirch (Ed.), Archaeological Investigations in the Mangareva Islands (pp. 94-105) USA: Archaeological Research Facility, University of California. 57  
Prangnell, J. M. (2004) Archaeological survey for two proposed Optus telecommunications facilities on North Stradbroke Island Univ Qld., St Lucia: School Soc Sci 101  
Weisler, M. I. (2004) A stone tool basalt source on Ata, Southern Tonga. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, 25 113-120. 80  
Haslam, M. A., Ulm, S. G. and Kirkwood, L. Australian Archaeology: 30 years of Australian Archaeology 1974-2003 [DVD]. Canberra: Archaeological Assoc., 2004. 50  
Weisler, M. I. (2004) Contraction of the southeast Polynesian interaction sphere and resource depression on Temoe Atoll. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, 25 57-88. 127  
Creese, H. M. (2007) Curious modernities: Early twentieth-century Balinese textual explorations. Journal of Asian Studies, 66 3: 723-758. doi:10.1017/S0021911807000940 111 3 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Irwin, G. J., Horrocks, M., Williams, L. J., Hall, H. J., McGlone, M. S. and Nichol, S. L. (2004). Evidence for diet, parasites, pollen, phytoliths, diatoms and starch grains in prehistoric coprolites from Kohika. In G. Irwin (Ed.), Kohika : the archaeology of a late Māori lake village in the Ngāti Awa rohe, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand (pp. 217-238) Auckland, NZ: Auckland University Press. 113  
Matheson, C. (2002). Genetic analysis of human population groups and sub-groups from samples of degraded DNA PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 66  
Low, Morris Japan on Display: Photography and the Emperor. New York: Routledge, 2006. 397 2
Worringer, R. E. (2007). Japan's Progress Reified: Modernity and Arab Dissent in the Ottoman Empire. In The Islamic Middle East and Japan: Perceptions, Aspirations, and the Birth of Intra-Asian Modernity (pp. 91-119) USA: Markus Wiener Publications. 54  
Weisler, M. I., Conte, E. and Kirch, P. V. (2004). Material culture and geochemical sourcing of basalt artifacts. In E. Conte and P.V. Kirch (Ed.), Archaeological Investigations in the Mangareva Islands (pp. 128-148) USA: Archaeological Research Facility, University of California. 105 2
Osmond, G. (2007). "Modest monuments"?: Postage stamps and hierarchies of social memory. In: Lomax, Michael E., North American Society for Sport History. Proceedings. Proceedings of the 2007 North American Society for Sport History Conference. 2007 North American Society for Sport History Conference, Lubbock, Texas, United States of America, (8-9). 25-28 May 2007. 83  
Loy, T. H. (2002) Molecular archaeology. Today's Life Science, 14 3: 40-44. 65   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Johnson, H. (2004). People's mentalities are in a process of change: Interpreting New Caledonia Metis Women. In J. Oakes, R. Riewe and Y. Belander et al. (Ed.), Aboriginal Cultural Landscapes (pp. 168-178) Univ Manitoba, Canada: Aboriginal Issues Press. 57  
Green, R. C. and Weisler, Marshall I. (2004) Prehistoric introduction and extinction of animals in Mangareva, Southeast Polynesia. Archaeology in Oceania, 39 1: 34-41. 376 1 Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Kirch, P. V., Coil, E., Weisler, M. I., Conte, E. and Anderson, A. J. (2003). Radiocarbon dating and site chronology. In E. Conte and P.V. Kirch (Ed.), Archaeological Investigations in the Mangareva Islands (pp. 94-105) USA: Archaeological Research Facility, University of California. 87  
Ross, A. C. (2004) Review of After Captain Cook: The archeology of the recent indigenous past in Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 39 1: 61-63. 68  
Johnson, H. (2002) Review of Lives in Context: The Art of Life History Research, eds A.L. Cole & J.G. Knowles. The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology = La revue Canadienne de Sociologie, 39 2: 356-357. 72  
Wilkes, Geoff (2007) Review of Pol O'Dochartaigh and Alexander Stephan (Eds.), Refuge and Reality: Feuchtwanger and the European Emigres in California. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 43 1: 90-91. doi:10.1353/smr.2007.0024 78   0 0
Hall, Jay and Viel, Rene (2004). The early classic Copan landscape: A view from the preclassic. In E. Bell, M.Canuto and R. Sharer (Ed.), Understanding early classic Copan (pp. 17-28) Philadelphia, PA., U.S.A.: University Of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. 103 5
Garcia Sánchez, Soraya (2007) The lieutenant nun: Violence, gender and power. Sincronía: Una Revista Electrónica de Estudios Culturales, Spring 1-16. 163  
Bailey, P. M. (2006). Yanagi Sôetsu and Korean material culture: Towards a postcolonialist reading. In Ramière, N. and Varshney, R. (Ed.), Rhizomes: Connecting Languages, Cultures and Literatures (pp. 118-132) UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 73