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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 -> 750800 Heritage -> 750801 Preserving the built environment :

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Mullins, P. F. and Kynaston, C. (2001). A Brisbane seaside cottage: 280 Flinders Parade, Sandgate, Queensland. In S. Marsden (Ed.), Our House (pp. 1-7) Sydney: Australian Heritage Committee. 348  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Assessment for the Proposed Airport Link Brisbane: UQASU 61  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Caboonbah Homestead Archaeological Project: 2006 - 2007 Field Season. School of Social Science. 292  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Detailed Photographic Record of the Macintosh Island Park Pedestrian Bridge, Gold Coast City. University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 517  
Noble, L. A. (2002) Docomomo Paris. Architectural Review Australia, 82: 24-26. 67  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Heritage Boundaries Review Brisbane: UQASU 36  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Historical Archaeological inspection of Points along Powerlink's Proposed Townsville South - Townsville East Transmission Line. University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 65  
Prangnell, J M (2006) Historical Archaeology at the University of Queensland. An Archaeological Life: Papers in honour of Jay Hall, 1 141-148. 62  
Rains, K. and Prangnell, J. M. (2005) Historical Cultural Heritage Desktop Study of Mount Lindesy Highway between Kantenna Street and Rosia Road, Park Ridge St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 53  
Besley, J. R. (2002). Home improvement: Suburban works in progress. In: J. Goddard, Suburbia: A Conference. Suburbia: A Conference, S.H. Ervin Gallery, National Trust Centre, Sydney, (41-51). 25 February, 2002. 117  
Keniger, M. D. (2002). Intended to provoke curiosity. In D. Reed (Ed.), Tangled Destinies: National Museum of Australia (pp. 50-57) Victoria, Australia: The Images Publishing Group Pty Ltd. 48  
Carter, Bill and Grimwade, Gordon (2000) Managing small heritage sites with interpretation and community involvement. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 6 1: 33-48. doi:10.1080/135272500363724 151   Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Prangnell, J. M. and Forrest, J. (2006) Maritime Archaeological Monitoring of the Demolition of the Queensland Maritime Museum Dry Dock Caisson, South Brisbane Brisbane: UQASU 82  
Ross, A. C. NR204 Cultural Heritage Management (On Park) Study Book. Gatton: Univ. of Qld., 1999. 55  
Prangnell, J. and Mate, G. (2007). Preliminary Assessment Report of the Acland No 2 Colliery Site, Acland Rosalie Shire. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 110  
Juratowitch, Dawn, Daly, K. L. and Smith, N. J. (2002) Reduction of stress and trauma in the delivery of disaster recovery services. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 17 1: 50-54. 62  
Prangnell, J. (2007) Review of Historical Archaeology. Australian Archaeology, 65 65: 62-62. 63   0
Grimwade, G. and Carter, R. W. (1999). Rural archaeological heritage sites: Challenge for local community involvement. In: W. Nuryanti, (World of Archaelogical Wonders) Heritage, Tourism and Local Communities. World of Archaelogical Wonders, Yogyakarta Indonesia, (161-176). 21-25 Feb, 1999. 41  
Keniger, M. D. (2001). Taking shape: The evolution of Australia's cities. In Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Ed.), The Alfred Deakin Lectures: Ideas for the future of a civil society (pp. 507-513) Sydney: Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 44  
Smith, P. D. (1999) The elementary forms of place and their transformations. Qualitative Sociology, 22 1: 13-36. 38  
Hampson, A. (1999) Toowong library then and now. Architectural Review Australia, 68 Winter: 100. 60