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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 -> 750300 Community Service (excl. Work) -> 750311 Migrant development and welfare :

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Ip, D. F. and Lever-Tracy, C. (1999). Asian women in business in Australia. In Gregory A. Kelson and Debra L. DeLaet (Ed.), Gender and immigration (pp. 59-81) Basingstoke, U.K.: Macmillan Press Ltd. 136  
Tisdell, M. E. (2005). Australian immigration policies: Do they respond to economic globalisation? A comparative study. In Clem Tisdell (Ed.), Globalisation and World Economic Policies: Effects and Policy Responses of Nations and their Groupings (pp. 167-181) Delhi, India: Serials Publications. 64  
Pohlman, Annie (2005) (Book review) Wife or Worker? Asian Women and Migration. Asian Studies Review, 29 1: 106-106. doi:10.1080/10357820500139489 54   0
Humpage, L. and Marston, G (2004) Contested Belonging: Temporary Protection in Australia. Refuge, 22 2: 67-76. 52  
Ip, D. F. (2005) Contesting Chinatown: Place-making and the emergence of ethoburbia' in Brisbane, Australia. GeoJournal, 64 1: 63-74. doi:10.1007/s10708-005-3926-1 94   Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Humpage, L and Marston, G. J. (2005) Cultural justice, community development and onshore refugees in Australia. Community Development Journal: Special Issue on Refugees, 40 2: 137-157. 122   Cited 6 times in Scopus6
Lever-Tracy, Constance and Ip, David (2005) Diversification and extensible networks: The strategies of Chinese businesses in Australia. International Migration, 43 3: 73-97. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2435.2005.00326.x 80 5 3 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Experience of Transnational Chinese Migrants in the Asia-Pacific 1 ed. Edited by D. F. Ip, R. Hibbins and W. H. Chui New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2006. 46  
Ip, Lai-kwan and Chui, W. H. (2006). Hong Kong Chinese Women as Resilient Migrants. In D. Ip, R. Hibbins and W. H. Chui (Ed.), Experience of Transnational Chinese Migrants in the Asia-Pacific (pp. 87-101) New York, N.Y. U.S.A.: Nova Science Publishers. 58 6
Ip, D. F. (1999). Network as capital: PRC immigrant entrepreneurs in Brisbane. In Y-F. Tseng, C. Bulbeck, L-H. N. Chiang and J-C. Hsu (Ed.), Asian Migration: Pacific Rim Dynamics (pp. 149-165) Taipei: Interdisciplinary Group for Aust. Studies, Nat. Taiwan Uni. 48  
Lever-Tracy, C., Ip, D. F. and Tracy, N. (1999). Old ties abroad, new friends at home: Networks of Australian Chinese entrepreneurs. In Y-F. Tseng, C. Bulbeck, L-H. N. Chiang and J-C. Hsu (Ed.), Asian Migration: Pacific Rim Dynamics (pp. 97-116) Taipei: Interdisciplinary Group for Aust. Studies Nat. Taiwan Uni.. 48  
Scull, S. C. and Woolcock, G.W.E. (2005) Problem gambling in non-English speaking background communities in Queensland, Australia: A qualitative exploration. International Gambling Studies, 5 1: 29-44. 153  
Ip, L.R. and Chui, E.W.H. (2002) Resettlement experience of five chinese skilled women migrants to Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 11 3: 333-355. 88   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Marston, G (2004). Rethinking Social Inequality: the Case of 'Illegal Refugees'. In: Michael Fine, Paul Henman and Nicholas Smith, Social Inequality Today. 1st Annual Conference of the Centre for Research ..., Macquarie University, (1-23). 12 November 2003. 111  
Chui, E.W.H. and Ip, L.R. (2002). Their untold stories: Experiences of five Chinese social work migrants and successful settlement. In: C Chu and D Ip, An international Conference on Middle Class Chinese Migrants in Australia: Settlement Needs and Dilemmas. An International Conference on Middle Class Chinese Migrants., Griffith University, Brisbane, (1-23). 15-16 February 2002. 113  
Kwok, Jen Tsen (2005). The Strategic Utility of ‘Chineseness’ in the Political Cultures of Diasporic Chinese Communities: Some Preliminary Thoughts. In: T. Khoo, The Body Politic - Racialised Cultures in Australia : Refereed Proceedings from the UQ Australian Studies Conference. UQ Australian Studies Centre Conference, Brisbane, University of Queensland, (1-11). 24-26 November 2004. 77  
Gowers, A. M. (2000). Third country migrants and the European union Master's Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 85  
Lui, Chi-wai (2006). Transnational Chinese migration: An Australian profile. In David Ip, Raymond Hibbins and Wing Hong Chui (Ed.), Experience of transnational Chinese migrants in the Asia-Pacific (pp. 17-39) New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers. 128  
Ip, D. F., Hibbins, R. and Chui, W. H. (2006). Transnationalism and Chinese Migration. In D. Ip, R. Hibbins and W.H. Chui (Ed.), Experience of Transnational Chinese Migrants in the Asia-Pacific (pp. 1-16) New York, N.Y. U.S.A.: Nova Science Publishers. 97 9
Ip, David and Hsu, Richard J. C. (2006) Transnationalism and gender identity: The case of the "one and a half generation" Taiwanese migrants. Asian Studies Review, 30 3: 273-288. doi:10.1080/10357820600897689 97 9 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Chui, Wing Hong and OConnor, Ian (2006) Understanding problem gambling in two ethnic communities in Brisbane, Queensland - A pilot study. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work And Development, 16 1: 67-75. 87   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Markovic, Milica (1999). Under the sun of a foreign sky : resettlement of immigrant women from the former Yugoslav republics, Queensland, Australia PhD Thesis, Tropical Health Program, The University of Queensland. 126 108
Ingamells, Ann and Westoby, Peter (2008) Working with young people from refugee backgrounds in Australia. European Journal of Social Work, 11 2: 161-173. doi:10.1080/13691450701532180 71   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0