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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 -> 751005 Communication across languages and cultures :

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Cochrane, Susan and Cochrane, Renata A black and white family album: Mother and daughter memoirs of Papua New Guinea 1950s-1970s. Eumundi, Queensland: Pacificlink, 2007. 350  
Kim, H, Yu, K. and Sussex, R. D. (2006) A cross-cultural study of e-mail discourse between Koreans and Australians. Discourse and Cognition, 13 2: 79-108. 193  
Lynch, P. J. (2000). Advanced oral methodologies in learning and assessment-quality and equity dimensions in classes of mixed English speaking backgrounds. In: C. Beasley, Making the Critical Connection. Third Biennial Communication Skills in University Education Conference, Freemantle, WA, (33-33). 28-29 Sept. 2000. 99  
Nicoll, Fiona (2004). After Keating: Queer(y)ing Ordinary Mums and Dads. In Carter, David (Ed.), The Ideas Market (pp. 163-180) Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. 69 26
Yu, Kyong-Ae. (2002). A Linguistic study of culture-specific speech acts : politeness in English and Korean. PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 1891 12
Bond, F. (1999). ALT - J/M A Prototype Japanese to Malay Translation system. In: Asia Pacific Association, Machine Translation Summitt VII. Machine Translation Summit VII, Singapore, (444-448). 1999. 107  
Carter, David (2004). A minor miracle, a kind of failure, and some small successes: Australian studies and cultural diplomacy. In Kate Darian-Smith, David Carter, Gus Worby and Gus Worby (Ed.), Thinking Australian Studies: teaching across cultures (pp. 90-109) Brisbane, Queensland: UQ Press. 429 4
Bond, F., Baldwin, T. and Hutchinson, B. (1999). An Alternation-Based Japanese Valency Dictionary Architecture. In: Association for Natural Language Processing, 5th Annual Meeting, Association for Natural Language Processing. 5th Ann. Meeting of Assoc for Natural Language Processing, Tokyo, (193-196). 1999. 53  
Ishikawa, Akira (2006). An analysis of the composition and pragmatic foundations of Japanese honorifics. In: A. Tollini, The 3rd Conference on Japanese Language and Japanese Language Teaching: Proceedings of the Conference. The Third Conference on Japanese Language and Japanese Language Teaching, Rome, Italy, (87-98). 17-19 March 2005. 38  
Liu, S. (2006) An examination of the effects of print media exposure and contact on subjective social reality and acculturation attitudes. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 30 3: 365-382. doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2005.08.007 846 1 5 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Liu, S. and Louw, P. E. (2007) An examination of the factors influencing ethnic identification and acculturation of chinese diasporas in Australia. China Media Research, 3 3: 61-69. 172  
Liu, S. and Louw, P. E. (2006). An examination of the factors that influence identification and acculturation. In: Proceedings of: 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Networking Communication Research. 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Networking Communication Research, Dresden, Germany, (). 19-23 June 2006. 227  
Liu, S. and Wu, M. (2006). An examination of the relationship between social locations of Chinese immigrants and their ethnic newspaper dependency. In: Proceedings of: 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Networking Communication Research. 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Networking Communication Research, Dresden, Germany, (). 19-23 June 2006. 160 2
Liu, S. and Wu, (2006) An examination of the relationship between social locations of Chinese immigrants and their ethnic newspaper dependency. Journal of University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, 8 227-231. 198  
Louw, P. E. (2004) Anglicising postapartheid South Africa. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 25 4: 318-332. doi:10.1080/01434630408666535 81   Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Khoo, T. (2003). Angry Yellow Men: Cultural space for diasporic Chinese masculinities. In K. Louie and M. Low (Ed.), Asian Masculinities: The Meaning and Practice of Manhood in China and Japan 1st ed. (pp. 220-243) London: Routledge Curzon. 82  
Luchjenbroers, J. (1998) Animals, embryos, thinkers and doers: Metaphor and gender representation in Hong Kong English. Australian review of applied linguistics, 21 2: 105-123. 71  
Brownlie, S. (2001). An Investigation of Methodological Issues in Descriptive Translation Research Drawing on a Case Study of the English Translations of Texts by Jean-Francois Lyotard PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 284  
Antipodas: Journal of Hispanic and Galician Studies (2005) Issue 16 121  
Widarsito, Sinta Jean (2006). Anyone for rice? : Australian food culture, multiculturalism and Asian-Australian identities PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, University of Queensland. 1220 62
Petraki, E. (2001). A powerful father: An interview with a Greek-Australian family. In: K. Allan and J. Henderson, Proceedings of ALS2k, the 2000 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. ALS2k 2000 Conference of Australian Linguistic Society, Melbourne, Victoria, (). 7-9 July, 2000. 28  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2006) Appropriating bush tucker: Food in Inoue Hisashi's Yellow Rats. Journal of Australian Studies, 30 87: 129-140. doi:10.1080/14443050609388056 133 1 0
Kleinsasser, R. (1999) A professional development schools' evolution potential: teachers' initial perceptions of their teaching and learning community. Learning Environments Research: An International Journal, 2 3: 265-289. 55  
Cochrane, Susan Art and life in Melanesia. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007. 114 3
Fujimoto, Y. and Hartel, C. E. (1999). Attributional effects on effectiveness of diverse workgroups: openness to perceived dissimilarity is a way to overcome the effects of perceived dissimilarity. In: Jim Cameron and Jolanda Jetten, You have full text access to this content The Abstracts of the 4Th Annual Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. 4Th Annual Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, Carlton South, Vic., (8-8). 8-11 April 1999. doi:10.1080/00049539908255101 69   0
Bode, K. (2006) Aussie battler in crisis? Shifting constructions of white Australian masculinity and national identity. Journal of the Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association, 2 1: 1-18. 173  
Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Journal (2005) Volume 1 Issue 1 118  
Australian Journal of Communication (2003) Volume 30 Issue 1 84  
Australian Journal of Communication (2003) Volume 30 Issue 2 60  
Australian Journal of Communication (2003) Volume 30 Issue 3 233  
Lammervo, T. M. and Gita, J. (2003). Australiansuomalaisista ja australiansuomesta. In H. Jonsson-Korhola and A-R. Lindgren (Ed.), Monena suomi maailmalla: Suomalaisperkieliv (pp. 449-476) Helsinki, Finland: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura. 44  
Bond, F. (1999). A Valency Dictionary Architecture for Machine Translation. In: F. Bond and H. Somers, TMI-99. Theoretical-Methodological Issues in Machine Translation, Chester, UK, (207-217). 8/99. 50  
Miller, Jennifer (1999) Becoming audible: Social identity and second language use. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 20 2: 149-165. 365  
Pekerti, A. A. and Thomas, D. C. (2005). Behavioral consistency in intercultural communication: Communication style as extensions of internalized cultural values. In: C. Nyland, R. Edwards and C. Zhu, ANZIBA 2005 Conference Proceedings. The 2005 Australian and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (). 10-11 November 2005. 320  
Brownlie, S. (2003) Berman and Toury: The translating and translatability of research frameworks. Traduction, Terminologie, R, 16 1: 93-120. 78   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Balzer, Trevor (1999). Bislama. In O. Breton (Ed.), Pidgin Phrasebook 2nd ed. (pp. 11-52) Melbourne: Lonely Planet Publications. 56  
Barney, Katelyn (2008). 'Black, urban, contemporary, strong and beautiful': Exploring how Indigenous Australian women performers are positioned in the popular media.. In Collinson, Ian (Ed.), Whose Popular Music? Industry, Performers, Fans: Selected Proceedings from the 2006 IASPM Australia and New Zealand Conference 1st ed. (pp. 65-76) Ryde, N.S.W.: Internat Assoc of the Study of Popular Music, ANZ Branch and Perfect Beat. 133  
Jamarani, Shirin (2005) (Book review) Against Empire: Feminisms, Racism, and the West. Asian Studies Review Journal, 29 2: 227-229. doi:10.1080/10357820500221196 39   0
Ward, S. (2006) (Book review) Beyond Subculture: Pop, Youth and Identity in a Postcolonial World. Media International Australia, 121 208-210. 72  
Hyndman, D. C. (1998) Book Review: Coronel S. ed. Patrimony: 6 cases on Local Politics and Environment in the Philippines. Pilipinas, 30 Spring: 121-122. 34  
Redmond, C. M. (2005) Book review - Felicity Collins & Theresa Davis: Australian cinema after Mabo. Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Journal, 1 1: 99-101. 36  
Ward, S. (2006) (Book review) Hollywood’s New Radicalism: War, Globalisation and the Movies from Regan to George W. Bush. Media International Australia, 120 196-198. 39  
Hyndman, D. C. (1999) Book Review: Population Dynamics of a Philippine Rain Forest People: The San Idelfonso Agta by J. Early and T. Headland. Journal of Peasant Studies, 27 1: 156-158. 42   0
Low, M. (2002) Book review: War, occupation and creativity: Japan and East Asia, 1920-1960. Japanese Studies, 22 3: 333-335. 76  
Marsh, Victor (2007) Border crossings? Queer spirituality and Asian religion: a first person account. Gay & Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, 3 2: 97-108. 71  
Jaworski, Adam, Fitzgerald, Richard and Constantinou, Odysseas (2005) Busy saying nothing new: Live silence in TV reporting of 9/11. Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 24 1: 121-144. 465 4 Cited 7 times in Scopus7
Duwell, M. E. (2001) Calyx: Thirty Australian Contemporary Poets. Heat, 2 241-248. 102  
Lawe Davies, Chris, Connelly, Brian and Obijiofor, Levi (2003). Campfire culture and computer culture: Museums of the present. In: G. Tremblay, Panam: industries culturelles et dialogue des civilisations dans les Amériques. Panamerican Colloquium: Cultural Industries and Dialogue between Civilizations in the Americas, Montreal, Canada, (557-571). 22-24 April 2002. 91  
Fitzgerald, R. D. and Housley, (2006). Categorisation, accounts and motives: 'Letters-to-the-editor' and devolution in Wales. In J. Wilson and K. Stapleton (Ed.), Devolution and Identity (pp. 111-126) UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 348 5
Barney, K.S. (2005). Celebration or Cover Up? "My island home" Australian national identity and the spectacle of Sydney 2000.. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance 1st ed. (pp. 141-150) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. 133  

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