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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 -> 751000 Communication :

751001 Languages and literature (813)
751002 Languages and literacy (114)
751003 Visual communication (60)
751004 The media (591)
751005 Communication across languages and cultures (273)
751006 Managing collections (12)
751099 Communication not elsewhere classified (202)

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Jiang, Wenying Wendy (2006). Acquisition of word order in Chinese as a foreign language: An error taxonomy PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 1282 55
Ko, L (2006) A critical analysis of the NAATI interpreter test in Australia. Translation Watch Quarterly, 2 2: 9-27. 477  
Lian, A. B. (2006). A dialogic model of inquiry in second language teaching: Toward the concept of a critical approach to pedagogic research PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 451  
Roulston, K., Baker, C.D. and Liljestrom, A. (2001) Analyzing the researcher's work in generating data: The case of complaints. Qualitative Inquiry, 7 6: 745-772. 79  
Wang, Ying Xian (2006). A pragmatic and semantic study of the Chinese modal particle A PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland. 1113 29
Breit, R. A. W. (2006). Australian sport, property rights and the emerging information monopoly. In P. Thomas and J. Servaes (Ed.), Intellectual property rights and communications in Asia: conflicting traditions (pp. 191-218) New Dehli: Sage. 370 9
Cooke, D., Brown, T. P. and Zhu, Y. (2007) Beyond language: Workplace communication and the L2 worker. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 17 1: 83-103. doi:10.1075/japc.17.1.06coo 229   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Baker, Carolyn, Emmison, Michael and Firth, Alan (2005). Calibrating for Competence in Calls to Technical Support. In C. Baker, M. Emmison and A. Firth (Ed.), Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction on Telephone Helplines (pp. 39-62) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 337 1
Firth, A., Emmison, J.M. and Baker, C. D. (2005). Calling for Help: An Introduction. In C. Baker, M. Emmison and A. Firth (Ed.), Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction on Telephone Helplines (pp. 1-35) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 69  
Emmison, J. M. (2000). Calling for help, charging for support: Some features of the introduction of payment as a topic in calls to a software helpline. In: Calling for Help: Computers, Telephones and the Discourses of Helping, Problem Solving and Advice-Seeking in Commercial and Non-commmercial Settings. Calling for Help, Denmark, Aalborg University, (). 8-10 September, 2000. 52  
Calling for Help: language and social interaction in telephone helplines. Edited by Carolyn D. Baker, Michael Emmison and Alan Firth Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2005. 112  
Wang, Vincent Xian. (2006). Chinese EFL learners' pragmatic competence in requests PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 874 31
Mckay, S. B. (2005). Communication and 'risky' behaviour in adolescence. In A. Williams and C. Thurlow (Ed.), Talking Adolescence: Perspectives on Communication in the Teenage Years 1st ed. (pp. 265-281) New York: Peter Lang. 86 4
Gardner, J. M. J., Paulsen, N., Gallois, C., Callan, V. J. and Monaghan, P. G. (2001). Communication in organisations: An intergroup perspective. In W. P. Robinson and H. Giles (Ed.), The New Handbook of language and Social Psychology (pp. 561-584) Chichester, England: John Wiley. 529  
Servaes, J E J, Malikhao, and Pinprayong, (2006). Communication rights as human rights for instance in Thailand. In: Imagining Community / Nation Without (Cultural) Borders. An International Conference on Inter-Asian Culture, Communication, Conflict & Peace, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, (). 28-29 July, 2006. 57  
Dobson, Akemi (2002). Cultural nationalism and representations of Japanese culture in language textbooks PhD Thesis, , The University of Queensland. 290 1
Zhu, Y. and Hildebrandt, H. (2007) Culture, contexts, and communication in multicultural Australia and New Zealand: An introduction. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 17 1: 1-9. doi:10.1075/japc.17.1.02zhu 145   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Mulholland, J. El lenguaje de la negociación : Manual de estrategias prácticas para mejorar la comunicación. Barcelona, Spain: Gedisa, 2003. 162  
Phạm, Hồng Nhung (2007) Exploring the concept of "Face" in Vietnamese: evidence from its collocational abilities. Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching, 4 2: 1-13. 131  
Danby, Susan, Baker, Carolyn and Emmison, Michael (2005). Four Observations on Openings in Calls to Kids Help Line. In C. Baker, M. Emmison and A. Firth (Ed.), Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction on Telephone Helplines (pp. 133-151) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 336 3
McKenna, B. (2005) Guest editorial. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 35 4: 343-344. 90  
Niesten, R. and Sussex, Roland D. (2005). Human and non-human interactants in internet chat. In: I. MacColl, Evolution: Universities, students and technology. Evolution: Universities, students and technology, Wrest Point Casino, Hobart, (801-816). 25-28 September 2005. 67  
Ojo, T. (2007) ICTs for development in the Sub-Saharan African region: Historical, economic and political contexts. Communication for Development and Social Change, 1 4: . 73  
Wong, Kam Cheong, Wong, Catherine, Li, Stephen, Woo, Kai Hui and Woo, Kai Zhi (2010, May 01). Improve Your Communication with Doctors. Australian Chinese Daily News [Aozhou Xin Bao] (Australian Chinese Weekly Magazine), p.1127: 66-67; 1128: 66-67; 1129: 65-67. 517 352
Watson, B.M., Schwarz, G. and Jones, E. L. (2005). Is organizational e-democracy inevitable? The impact of information technologies on communication effectiveness. In Teresa Torres-Coronas and Mario Arias-Oliva (Ed.), e-Human resources management: Managing knowledge people 1st ed. (pp. 206-235) Hershey, PA, USA: Idea Group. 104  
Gottlieb, Nanette Linguistic Stereotyping and Minority Groups in Japan. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2006. 365 16
Thomas, Pradip N. (2008). Making a difference: the right to information movement and social change. In Lee, Philip (Ed.), Communicating peace: entertaining angels unawares (pp. 137-155) Penang, Malaysia: Southbound. 99 1
O'Connell, S. M. (2006) Making it work: A study of Australian expatriate language and cultural strategies for the workplace in Japan. New Voices: Cross-Cultural Encounters in the Australia-Japan Relationship, 1 75-86. 58  
Ko, L. (2005) NAATI accreditation for translators in Australia: Theoretical underpinnings and practical implications. Translation Watch Quarterly, 1 46-58. 257 2636
Nguyễn, V-T. (2007) Ẩn dụ thời gian trong tiếng Anh hiện đại (đối chiếu với tiếng Việt). Language and Life: A Magazine of Linguistics Society of Vietnam, 1+2 135+136: 66-69. 537  
Leiminer, M. and Baker, C. D. (2000). Negotiating competing versions of 'the child': An analysis of a child's competence in participation in parent-talk at the preschool. In: J. Mason and M. Wilkinson, Taking Children Seriously: Proceedings of a National Workshop. Taking Children Seriously, Campbelltown, NSW, (276-299). 12-13 July 1999. 40  
Hainge, Greg (2007) Of glitch and men: The place of the human in the successful integration of failure and noise in the digital realm. Communication Theory, 17 1: 26-42. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2885.2007.00286.x 549 6 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Servaes, J. E. J. (2003). Participatory Communication Research (PCR): Is there such a thing?. In T. N. Malmelin (Ed.), VTiede: ViestinnNYhteiskuntaan, Kulttuuriin ja Kansalaisuuteen. [The Science of Care/Transfer: Communication Perspectives on Society, Culture and Citizenship] (pp. 19-27) Helsinki: Viestinnan laitos. 34  
Kwansah-Aidoo, and Obijiofor, L. M. (2006). Patterns of internet use among university students in Ghana. In: O. Felix Ayadi, African Development: What Role for Business?. International Academy of African Business and Development, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, (359-365). 23-27 May, 2006. 390  
Ota, Hiroshi, Giles, Howard and Gallois, Cindy (2002) Perceptions of younger, middle-aged, and older adults in Australia and Japan: Stereotypes and age group vitality. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 23 3: 253-266. doi:10.1080/07256860216390 171   0
Hashimoto, K. (2007) Power and illusion: Old words, new expressions and desire for empowerment. AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 105-114. 108  
Lee, T-K. (2007) Pragmatic particles as speech strategies: The case of leh and its tonal variants in colloquial Singapore English. California Linguistic Notes, 32 1: 1-24. 288  
De Nooy, J. (2007) Review of: Distance Education and Languages: Evolution and Change by Borje Holmberg, Monica Shelley and Cynthia White (Eds.),. Language Learning and Technology, 11 1: 26-30. 156  
Gottlieb, N R (2006) Review of 'Okama' wa sabetsu ka: "Shuukan Kinyoubi no "Sabetsu Hyougen" Jiken by Fushimi Noriaki, Matsuzawa Kureichi et al. Intersections: Gender, history and culture in the Asian context, 12 1-5. 70  
De Nooy, J. (2007) Review of Robert O'Dowd, Telecollaboration and the Development of Intercultural Communication Competence, Munich: Langenscheidt. 2006. pp. 248. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 30 1: 11-14. 150  
Gottlieb, Nanette R. (2007) Review of Vicarious Language: Gender and Linguistic Modernity in Japan, by Miyako Inoue. University of California Press, 2006 and A Cultural History of Women's Language, by Endo Orie. University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies, 2006. Monumenta Nipponica, 62 2: 255-260. 212  
Miller, Rodney G. (1987). Rhetorical strategies to suggest a democratic disposition M.A. Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 166 50
Matthews, Julie (2001) Should 21st century techno-kids care about inequality?. Social Alternatives, 20 3: 24-27. 27  
Wilson, K. L., Lizzio, A. J., Gallois, C. and Zauner, S. (2001) Social rules for managing attempted interpersonal domination in the workplace: Influence of status and gender.. Sex Roles, 44 3/4: 129-154. doi:10.1023/A:1010998802612 185   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Emmison, J.M. (2004) Sociology and the Major: getting to the core. Nexus, 16 2: 5-6. 32  
Breit, R. A. W. (2006). Sport, property rights and the emerging information monopoly in Australia. In: Networking Communication Association. International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany, (1-20). 19-23 June, 2006. 54  
Baker, C. and Johnson, G. (2000) Stories of courtship and marriage: Orientations in openings. Narrative Inquiry, 10 2: 377-401. doi:10.1075/ni.10.2.05bak 35   4 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Ko, Leong (2006) Teaching interpreting by distance mode: Possibilities and constraints. Interpreting, 8 1: 67-96. doi:10.1075/intp.8.1.05ko 394 5 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0
Atzert, Stephan (2007) Text als Imagepflege: Selbstbild, Anlehnung und Differenz bei Sigmund Freud. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 43 4: 508-516. doi:10.3138/seminar.43.4.508 74   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Thomas, Pradip N. (2005). That persistent 'other': The political economy of copyright in India. In Bernard Bel, Jan Brouwer, Biswajit Das, Vibodh Parthasarathi and Guy Poitevin (Ed.), Media and Mediation (pp. 436-464) New Delhi, India: Sage Publications. 182  

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