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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 -> 750600 Government and Politics -> 750604 Civics and citizenship :

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Cuthill, M. and Warburton, J. R. (2005) A conceptual framework for volunteer management in local government. Urban Policy and Research, 23 1: 109-122. 324  
Short, Patricia Margaret. (2004). Association, reciprocity, sharing and dependency : conditions of access and forms of inequality beyond the market state PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Qld. 156 8
Reddel, T (2002) Beyond participation, hierarchies, management and markets: 'New' governance and place policies. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 61 1: 50-63. doi:10.1111/1467-8500.00258 50   22 Cited 36 times in Scopus36 0
Cuthill, M and Fien, J (2005) Capacity building: Facilitating citizen participation in local governance. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 64 4: 63-80. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8500.2005.00465a.x 202   21 Cited 35 times in Scopus35 0
Chenoweth, L. I., Warburton, J. R. and Buckley, A. (2005) Carrots or sticks? The Use of Incentives to Achieve Social Policy Goals in Australia. New Global Development: JI & CSW, 21 1: 1-9. 119  
Feros, K. (2001). Challenging the Australian national political identity: Les Murray's Fredy Neptune. In: T. Arklay and A. Gash, Australasian Political Studies Association 2001 Conference. 43rd Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association, Brisbane, (). 24-26 September 2001. 49  
De Maria, W. A. (2002) Commonwealth of Australia, Senate Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee: Public Interest Disclosure Bill 2001 [ 2002] Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia 54  
Community and Local Governance in Australia. Edited by P. G. Smyth, T. Reddel and A. E. Jones Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2005. 40  
Davey, S. L. (2005). Critical, Creative and Caring Engagements: Philosophy through Inquiry. In Daniel Shepherd (Ed.), Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children Vol 31 ed. (pp. 25-31) Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. 74  
Burgh, G. (2003). Democratic Education: Aligning curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and school governance.. In Philip Cam (Ed.), Philosophy, Democracy and Education APPEND Phil. Series: Vol. 4 ed. (pp. 101-120) Seoul, Korea: Korean National Commission for UNESCO. 255  
Democratic theory today: Challenges for the 21st century. Edited by A. F. Carter and G. M. Stokes America: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 67  
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J (2006) Disability's affect: Or, refugees, communication and community. Southern Review, 38 2: 58-73. 59  
Burgh, Gilbert (2007) Education and Civic Responsibility. Professional Voice, 4 3: 33-37. 91  
Western, M. C. and Tranter, B. K. (2005). Engaged Citizens: Are Post Materialists Making a Difference?. In Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher, Rachel Gibson, David Denemark and Mark Western (Ed.), Australian Social Attitudes : The First Report (pp. 82-100) Sydney: University of New South Wales Press. 78 7
Johnson, H., Ip, D. F. and Everingham, J. L. (2005). Engaging With Diversity: Community Consultation and the State Public Sector. In: D. Gardiner and K. Scott, Proceedings of International Conference on Engaging Communities. United Nations International Conference on Engaging Communities, Brisbane Convention Centre, (1-22). 15/08/05 - 17/08/05. 84  
Turner, G. (2003). Ethics, entertainment and the tabloid: The case of talkback radio in Australia. In C. Lumby and E. Probyn (Ed.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics (pp. 87-99) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 629 6
Burgh, G. (2005). From Socrates to Lipman: Making Philosophy Relevant. In Daniel Shepherd (Ed.), Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children Vol. 31 ed. (pp. 25-31) Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary Press. 137  
Eddington, R. (1999) Information liberation. Social alternatives, 18 2: 73-74. 31  
O'Connor, B. (2001) Intellectual origins of welfare dependency. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 36 3: 221-236. 514   7 Cited 7 times in Scopus7
Smyth, P. G., Reddel, T. and Jones, A. E. (2005). Introduction. In P. Smyth, T. Reddel and A. Jones (Ed.), Community and Local Governance in Australia (pp. 1-12) Sydney: University of New South Wales Press. 40  
Dahlberg, L. and Siapera, E. (2007). Introduction: Tracing radical democracy and the internet. In L. Dahlberg and E. Siapera (Ed.), Radical Democracy and the Internet: Interrogating Theory and Practice (pp. 1-16) New York, N.Y. U.S.A.: Palgrave. 216 2
Reddel, Tim (2002). 'Joining up' and network governance: Some lessons and dilemmas from Queensland. In: Mark Considine, Knowledge, networks and joined-up government: Conference proceedings from the International Political Science Association Committee, Structure and Organisation of Government Research. Knowledge, Networks and Joined-Up Government, Melbourne, Australia, (301-316). 3-5 June 2002. 107  
Reddel, T. (2005). Local social governance and citizen engagement. In P. Smyth, T. Reddel and A. Jones (Ed.), Community and Local Governance in Australia (pp. 187-204) Sydney: University of New South Wales. 90  
De Maria, W. A. (2002) Members' Ethics & Parliamentary Privileges Commitee: Communications to members, member's representations to Government and information provided to members: Transcript of proceedings Brisbane: Queensland Legislative Assembly 41  
Gregg, M. (2007) Normal homes. M/C Journal:A Journal of Media and Culture, 10 4: x-x. 41  
Burgh, G. (2003) Philosophy in Schools: Education for democracy or democratic education. Critical and Creative Thinking: The Australasian Journal of Philosophy in Schools, 11 2: 18-30. 167  
Gregg, M. C. (2004) Positioning 21st Century protest. M/C Reviews, . 124  
Radical democracy and the internet. Edited by Lincoln Dahlberg and Eugenia Siapera New York: Palgrave, 2007. 153 4
Burgh, G. (2005) Reason, feminism and philosophical education. Critical & creative t\inking: the Australasian journal of philosophy for children, 12 1&2: 67-78. 98 1
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J (2006). Reclaiming civility: Disibility, diversity and human rights. In E. Porter and B. Offord (Ed.), Activating Human Rights (pp. 219-238) Bern: Peter Lang. 40  
Smyth, Paul (2003) Reclaiming Community? From Welfare Society to Welfare State in Australian Catholic Social Thought. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 49 1: 17-30. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00278 96   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Dahlberg, Lincoln (2007) Rethinking the fragmentation of the cyberpublic: From consensus to contestation. New Media & Society, 9 5: 827-847. doi:10.1177/1461444807081228 410 7 46 Cited 67 times in Scopus67 1
Davey, S. L. (2005) Review of Enquiring Minds: "Socratic Dialogue in Education". Analytic Teaching, 25 2: 78-79. 68  
Gregg, M. C. (2004) Review of Lindsay Tanner, Crowded Lives. JAS Review of Books, 24 . 61  
Smith, Philip (2001) Review of: Rethinking Australian citizenship edited by Wayne Hudson and John Kane. Ethnic And Racial Studies, 24 6: 1091-1092. doi:10.1080/01419870120077986 56   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Scull, S. (2001) Review of the Social Capital Measurement Literature Ipswich Qld: Comunity Service and Research Centre 88  
Davey, S. L. (2005) Review: "Studying Society and Environment: A Guide for Teachers" Rob Gilbert (ed). The Social Educator, 23 1: 55-57. 335  
Davey, S. L. (2005) Review: "Teaching Studies of Society and Environment", Colin Marsh. The Social Educator, 23 1: 57-59. 586  
Henman, Paul (2006). Segmentation and conditionality: Technological reconfigurations in social policy. In G. Marston and C. McDonald (Ed.), Analysing Social Policy: A Governmental Approach (pp. 205-222) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 74 3
Hudson, E and Cuthill, M (2006). Supporting communities by engaging adolescents through the use of university after school care: A case study.. In: Proceedings of Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance National Conference 2006. AUCEA National Conference 2006, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, (---). 12-14 July 2006. 72  
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. 185  
Dahlberg, L. (2007). The internet and discursive exclusion. In L. Dahlberg and E. Siapera (Ed.), Radical Democracy and the Internet: Interrogating Theory and Practice (pp. 128-147) New York: Palgrave. 392 15
Dahlberg, Lincoln (2007) The internet, deliberative democracy, and power: Radicalizing the public sphere. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 3 1: 47-64. 575 2 Cited 36 times in Scopus36
Thomas, P. N. (2007) The right to information movement and community radio in India. Communication for Development and Social Change, 1 1: 33-47. 147  
Mackenzie, J. (2003) What Is To Be (UN)Done: Praxical Post-Marxism and Ecologism. Dialogue E-Journal, 1 2: 31-54. 60  
Warburton, Jeni and Petriwskyj, Andrea M. (2007) Who speaks for Australia's seniors?: policy partnerships and older Australians. Just Policy, 45 38-43. 76  
Harris, A., Wyn, J. and Younes, S. (2007) Young people and citizenship: an everyday perspective. Youth Studies Australia, 26 3: 19-27. 131