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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 -> 759900 Other Social Development and Community Services -> 759999 Other social development and community services :

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De Ishtar, Z (2006) ACPACS postdoctoral research fellow nominated to the Nobel Peace Prize. The Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies Newsletter, May 2006 4-4. 74  
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Milojevic, I. (2001) Alternative futures of globalization: Globotech versus ecarmony. Journal of Futures Studies, 5 4: 65-78. 89  
Tyron J. Venn (2008). Appendix A: MCA Terminology. In Socio-economic Evaluation of Indigenous Enterprise Development: The Case of Wik Forestry, Cape York Peninsula, Australia (pp. 473-476) Saarbrucken: VDM. 78 102
Reid, Scott A. and Hogg, Michael A. (2005) A self-categorization explanation for the third-person effect. Human Communication Research, 31 1: 129-161. doi:10.1093/hcr/31.1.129 383 11 39 Cited 47 times in Scopus47 0
Abrams, D., Hogg, M. A. and Marques, J (2005). A social psychological framework for understanding social inclusion and exclusion. In Dominic Abrams, Michael A. Hogg and Jose M. Marques (Ed.), The Social Psychology of Inclusion and Exclusion (pp. 1-23) New York, USA: Psychology Press. 167  
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Carter, David and Bennett, Tony (2001). Australian culture and its publics. In Tony Bennett and David Carter (Ed.), Culture in Australia: policies, publics and programs (pp. 135-139) Melbourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press. 81  
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Jolly, L. and Coco, A. (2001) Carole Park Project: Computers in the Community Ipswich UQ: Community Service and Research Centre 61  
O'Connor, S. (2001) CATHNet West Moreton: Pilot Project Indevependent Evaluation Ipswich Qld: Community Service and Research Centre 55  
Mullins, P. F. (2000). Cities of post-industrialism, cities of post-modernity. In Jake M. Najman and John S. Western (Ed.), A sociology of Australian society 3rd ed. (pp. 385-405) Melbourne: Macmillan. 79  
Baum, S, Mullins, P, Stimson, R and OConnor, K (2002) Communities of the postindustrial city. Urban Affairs Review, 37 3: 322-357. doi:10.1177/10780870222185360 76   7 0
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (1999). Community participation in social and resource management issues: Reflections from an Indonesian case. In: Book of Abstracts of 1999 International Symposium on Society Resource Management. The 1999 Internationl Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Univ. of Qld., (147). 7 - 10 July, 1999. 51  
Goggin, G. M. (2002) Conurban. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 5 2: . 39  
Ding, P. and Craig-smith, S. J. (2003). Crisis Management for Tourism Destinations in the World- The Examplles of Crisis Management for British Foot and Mouth. In G. Zhang (Ed.), Disease Outbreak. China's Tourism Development: Analysis & Forecast 2002-2004 (pp. 357-364) Beijing, China: Social Science Documentation Publishing House. 119  
Culture in Australia : Policies, publics, and programs. Edited by Tony Bennett and David Carter Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 74  
Han, J. H. and Baum, S. W. (2002). Determinants of mobility intentions in the Seoul Metropolitan Region. In: Asia Pacific Societies: Contrasts, Challenges and Crises. 5th Annual Asia Pacific Sociological Conference. 5th Asia Pacific Sociological Association Conference, Brisbane, Australia, (). 4-7 July, 2002. 70  
Kemp, D. L. (2003) Discovering participatory development through corporate - NGO collaboration: A mining industry case study Brisbane: Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining 198  
Milojevic, I. (2001). Dystopias: What are they?. In A. B. Shostak (Ed.), Utopian Thinking in Sociology: Creating the Good Society (pp. 44-45) Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 32  
Hayward, C. (2001) E - Brisbane: Development of Virtual Community Networks Ipswich QLD: Community Service and Research Centre 85  
Hogg, Michael A., Martin, Robin, Epitropaki, Olga, Mankad, Aditi, Svensson, Alicia and Weeden, Karen (2005) Effective leadership in salient groups: Revisiting leader-member exchange theory from the perspective of the social identity theory of leadership. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin, 31 7: 991-1004. doi:10.1177/0146167204273098 128   35 Cited 42 times in Scopus42 0
Tisdell, Clem (2005) Elephants and polity in ancient India as exemplified by Kautilya's Arthasastra (Science of Polity) St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 281 272
Beach, R., Parsons, D., Brereton, D. and Paulsen, N. (2005). Engaging on the ground: Site-level community engagement practice in the Australian minerals industry. In: Dave Gardiner and Katie Scott, Proceedings of International Conference on Engaging Communities. International Conference on Engaging Communities, Brisbane, QLD Queensland, (1-17). 14-17 August 2005. 137  
Ross, A.H. (2003). Environmental Mediation. In Henk A Becker and Frank Vanclay (Ed.), The International Handbook of Social Impact Assessment 1 ed. (pp. 296-314) United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. 73  
Short, Patricia M. and Mutch, Allyson (2001) Exchange, reciprocity and citizenship – principles of access and the challenge to human rights in the third sector: An Australian perspective. Social Justice, 28 4: 114-127. 87  
Weerawardena, J. (2003). Exploring the role of learning capabilities in innovation-based competitive strategy. In: D. Simm, M. Easterby-Smith and B. Simpson, Organisational Learning and Knowledge: 5th International Conference. Organizational Learning and Knowledge Conference, Lancaster, UK, (). 30 May - 2 June, 2003. 59  
Weerawardena, Jay (2003) Exploring the role of market learning capability in competitive strategy. European Journal of Marketing, 37 3/4: 407-429. doi:10.1108/03090560310459023 170 2 0
Hogg, M. A., Fielding, K. and Darley, J. (2005). Fringe dwellers: Processes of deviance and marginalization in groups. In Dominic Abrams, Michael A Hogg and Jose M Marques (Ed.), The Social Psychology of Inclusion and Exclusion 1st ed. (pp. 191-210) New York, USA: Psychology Press. 173  
Milojevic, I. (2001). From utopia to dystopia and back. In A. B. Shostak (Ed.), Utopian Thinking in Sociology: Creating the Good Society (pp. 46-47) Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 70  
Milojevic, I. and Inayatullah, S. (2001). Futures dreaming outside and on the margins of the western world. In A. B. Shostak (Ed.), Utopian Thinking in Sociology: Creating the Good Society (pp. 25-34) Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 39  
Milojevic, I. (2001) Future studies in C. Kramarae and D. Spender (eds.) Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women. New York: Routledge 23  
Milojevic, I. (2001). Globalisation, gender and world futures. In: New Futures: Transformations in Education, Culture and Technology. International Conference on New Futures, Tamkang University, Taiwan, (198-212). 4-8 November, 2000. 42  
Cheshire, L. A. Governing Rural Development: Discourses and Practices of Self-help in Australian Rural Policy. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2006. 69 1
Gaertner, L, Hogg, M. A. and Tindale, S (2004) Group and intergroup processes: An introduction. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 8 2: 107-108. doi:10.1177/1368430205051063 39   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (1999). Groups and their roles: Contrasting top-down and bottom-up approaches in addressing social and resource management issues in Indonesia. In: Book of Abstracts of 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. The 1999 Internationl Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Univ. of Qld., (147). 7 - 10 July, 1999. 44  
Information Society or Knowledge Societies? UNESCO in the Smart State. Edited by J. E. J. Servaes and R. A. W. Breit Penang: Southbound, 2005. 40  
Stimson, R. J., Mullins, P. F., Baum, S. W., Davis, R. M., Gleeson, S. R. and Shaw, K. Inner-City Renaissance: The Changing Face, Functions and Structure of Brisbane's Inner-City. Queensland: Techtrade Australia, 2000. 206  
Weerawardena, J. (2003) Innovation in Queensland firms: Implications for the smart State. Queensland Review, 10 1: 89-101. 80  
Frank, B. R. and Martindah, E. (1999). Integrating an extension program to control fasciolosis in draught animals in Indonesia (and other Asian countries) with the FAO community IPM program. In: M. boyd, Book of abstracts: The 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management - application of social science to resource management in the Asia-Pacific region. 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management - application of social science to resource management in the Asia-Pacific region, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, (71-71). 7 - 10 July, 1999. 33  
Hewstone, M. and Hogg, M. A. (2005). Interpersonal Relations and Group Processes. In Miles Hewstone, Frank D. Fincham and Jonathan Foster (Ed.), Psychology (pp. 384-407) MA, USA: British Psychological Society / Blackwell. 293  
Breit, R. A. W. and Servaes, J.E.J. (2005). Introduction: Background and issues for whom and for what?. In R. Breit and J. Servaes (Ed.), Information Society or Knowledge Societies? UNESCO in the Smart State (pp. 1-18) Penang: Southbound. 33  
Luke, H. (2001). Junior doctors: Professional and cultural development of the medical habitus PhD Thesis, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland. 134  
Chang, Chao-Sheng. (2001). Labour subordination in newly industrialised economies : a case study of Taiwan PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 74  
Parks, W. and Bera, A. (2001) Liking social research, health communication and dengue control: an example from Fiji. Arbovirus Research in Australia, 8 167-274. 52  
Local governance and social inclusion: Places and policies (2001) . Edited by T. Reddel. Local Governance and Social Inclusion: Places and Policies, 26 July, 2001, St Lucia, Qld. 77  
Jones, A. E., Reddel, T. and Smyth, P. G. (2001). Local governance and social inclusion: Towards an effective place policy framework.. In: T. Reddel, Local Governance and Social Inclusion: Places and Politics. Local Governance and Social Inclusion: Places and Politics, St Lucia, (57-83). 26 July, 2001. 148  
Stimson, R. J. (2002). Monitoring and benchmarking regional and local performance. In: International Geographical Union Regional Conf. Sym., Durban, South Africa, (1-14). 4-7 August, 2002. 28  
Deng, Ke, Zhou, Xiaofeng and Shen, Heng Tao (2007). Multi-source skyline query processing in road networks. In: R. Chirkova, A. Dogac, T. Ozsu and T. Sellis, Data Engineering 2007 (ICDE 2007). IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering 2007 (ICDE 2007), Istanbul, Turkey, (796-805). 16-20 April 2007. doi:10.1109/ICDE.2007.367925 160 1 Cited 57 times in Scopus57 0

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