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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 :

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Haishu, Jin and Patton, Simon (2005) 10 poems by Jin Haishu. Amsterdam, Netherlands, Mediamatic IP. 119  
Xiaoxian, Song and Patton, Simon (2005) 15 poems by Song Xiaoxian. Amsterdam, Netherlands, Mediamatic IP. 98  
Gibbons, S. (2005). Aboriginal testimonial life-writing and contemporary cultural theory PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 1851 2633
Tsurutani, C. (2001). Acquisition of Word Prosody by Second Language Learners PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 336  
Uchiyama, A. (2000) A cry for identity: A case study of Maori-English cultural translation. Translation Quarterly: Translation & Ideology, 16 & 17: 79-91. 187  
Whitlock, Gillian (2006). Active remembrance: testimony, memoir and the work of reconciliation. In Annie E. Coombes (Ed.), Rethinking settler colonialism: History and memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa (pp. 24-44) Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. 516 101
Magee, P. (2003) A death in progress. Entertext, 2 3: 14-22. 44  
Poacher, J. (2000) A D Hope: Selected Poetry and Prose and The Double Looking-Glass. Australian Literary Studies, 19 4: 440-442. 272   0
Sussex, Roland (2000) AFMLTA - CALL + ATELL: A web-based information and resource hub for technology-enhanced language learning. Australian Language Matters, 8 2: 10-11. 71  
Carter, David (2007) After Postcolonialism. Meanjin, 66 2: 114-119. 186  
Levy, Bronwen (2000) Agony and ecstasy: Feminists among feminists. Hecate, 26 1: 107-112. 91  
Wakabayashi, J. F. (2000). A Japanese perspective on the Universalism v Particularism debate. In Marilyn Gaddis Rose (Ed.), Beyond the Western Tradition: Translation Perspectives XI (pp. 259-274) Binghampton , USA: Center for Research in Translation, State University of New York. 618  
Brandenstein, C. (2002) AJC Author/Article Index 2001. Australian Journal of Communication, 29 1: 115-116. 48  
Hainge, Greg. (2005). Allegorical Geographies: Topographical Transposition and Allegorical Function in Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s Aesthetic Spaces. In Jeanne Garane (Ed.), Discursive Geographies: Writing space and place in French (pp. 25-38) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi. 453 6
Casey, M. (2006). Alma De Groen (5 September 1941 - ). In S. Samuels (Ed.), Dictionary of Literary Biography: Australian Writers, 1975 - 2000 (pp. 71-75) USA: Thomson Gale. 127  
Thomas, M.K. (2002) Ambiguity Stripped Bare. Australian Women's Book Review, 14 1: . 49  
Haugh, Michael and Hinze, Carl (2003) A metalinguistic approach to deconstructing the concepts of 'face' and 'politeness' in Chinese, English and Japanese. Journal of Pragmatics, 35 10-11: 1581-1611. doi:10.1016/S0378-2166(03)00049-3 169   29 Cited 31 times in Scopus31 0
Tiffin, H. (2001) Among head-hunters and cannibals: Spenser St. John in Borneo and Haiti. Kunapipi, 23 2: 18-30. 176  
Obana, Y. (2003) Anaphoric choices in Japanese fictional novels: the discourse arrangement of noun phrases, zero and third person pronouns. Text, 23 3: 405-443. 117   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Holbrook, Peter (2005) Anne Wallace: Painting and awareness. Heat, 9 139-160. 559 7
Hetherington, Carol and Petersson, Irmtraud (2002) Annual Bibliography of Studies in Australian Literature: 2001. Australian Literary Studies, 20 3: 249-270. 81 3
Hetherington, C. A. and Petersson, I. E. (2003) Annual Bibliography of Studies in Australian Literature: 2002. Australian Literary Studies, 21 1: 103-123. 75 3 0
Woodhouse, R. H. (1997) A note on the metrical indeterminacy of Od. 19.327 anstaleoz. Glotta: Zeitschrift fur griechische und lateinische Sprache, 73 73: 257-258. 39   1
Starr, Paul. (2004). Another word for feeling : affect and still images in the work of Paul Auster, David Thomson and Atom Egoyan PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 1284 6
Haugh, M. B. (2003) Anticipated versus inferred politeness. Multilingua, 22 4: 397-413. 116   Cited 26 times in Scopus26
Scholfield, Simon-Astley (1999) A poetic end: Allen Ginsberg's'Sphincter'. M/C: A journal of media & culture, 2 8: . 116  
Duwell, M. E. (2000) A Poet's People by Bruce Dawe. Coppertales, 6 116-118. 121  
Levy, Bronwen (1999) April Fool? Out, out, imagined critic (Me!). (Comment on Tania Peitzker, 'Real and Imagined Lesbians in contemporary Australian fiction'.). Crossings: Bulletin of the International Australian Studies Association, 4 1 - April: . 177  
Mylne, T. (2001). Argument Structure and the Status of the Complement PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 98  
Aoyama, T. (2001). A Room Sweet as Honey: Father-Daughter Love in Mori Mari. In R.L. Copeland and E. Ramirez-Christensen (Ed.), The Father-Daugher Plot: Japanese Literary Women and the Law of the Father (pp. 167-193) Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 309  
Dicinoski, Michelle (2008). Arterial. In Janie Conway-Herron, Moya Costello and Victor Marsh (Ed.), Re-placement: A national anthology of creative writing from universities across Australia (pp. 94-94) Lismore, NSW, Australia: Southern Cross University Press; Australian Association of Writing Programs. 67 1
Turpin, Myfany (2007) Artfully hiddden: Text and rhythm in a Central Australian Aboriginal song series. Musicology Australia, 29 1: 93-108. doi:10.1080/08145857.2007.10416590 371 7 0
Asian Studies Review (2006) Volume 30 Issue 2 61  
Levy, Bronwen (1999). Assimilation and integration: colonial(ist) questions for Australian Lesbian/Gay/Queer writing. In John Angus and Stephen Cox (Ed.), Queer in the 21st Century: Perspectives on assimilation and integration (pp. 5-14) Fortitude Valley, Queensland: Gay and Lesbian Welfare Association. 183  
Wilkes, Geoff (2001) A textual problem in 'Macbeth', I.ii. Notes And Queries, 48 3: 293-295. doi:10.1093/nq/48.3.293 81   0 0
Helm, J. (2001) A trick that has been lost: Modern society and poetry through the eyes of Calliope and Pythagoras in the poetry of A. D. Hope. Quadrant, 45 7-8: 80-84. 65  
AUMLA (2001) Volume 95 56  
AUMLA (1999) Volume 91 Issue May 44  
AUMLA (2002) Volume 98 36  
AUMLA (2001) Volume 96 Issue November 47  
AUMLA (2002) Volume 97 43  
AUMLA (1999) Volume 92 Issue November 41  
AUMLA (2003) Volume 99 41  
AUMLA (2003) Volume 100 41  
Laughren, M. (2000). Australian Aboriginal Languages: Their contemporary status and functions. In Barry J. Blake and Robert Malcolm Ward Dixon (Ed.), The Handbook of Australian Languages (pp. 1-32) Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 189  
Barlow, Damien and Dale, Leigh (2007). Australian gay and lesbian writing. In Nicholas Birns and Rebecca McNeer (Ed.), A companion to Australian literature since 1900 (pp. 445-458) Rochester, NY, U.S.A.: Camden House. 198  
Leishman, K. (2000) Australian grunge literature. Journal of Australian Studies, 63 94-102. 160  
Australian Journal of Communication (2002) Volume 29 Issue 1 64  
Australian Journal of Communication (2002) Volume 29 Issue 3 49  
Australian Journal of Communication (2002) Volume 29 Issue 2 56  

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