14 June 2013 | The project was a multi method, cross cultural and inter-disciplinary adaptation project aimed to assess the resilience and vulnerability of the Arabana people and then develop adaptation options.
14 June 2013 | This report examines inland settlements and the impact of extreme events, a warming and drying southern climate and increased costs of structural economic change and degradation of infrastructure.
30 May 2013 | Using offence statistics for police administrative units (the only publicly-available information on the geographical distribution of crime in New Zealand) this paper investigates whether this data can be used to construct geographical crime statistics that correspond to regional councils, territorial authorities, and urban areas.
13 June 2013 | This thesis argues that publication design is moving from a broadcast medium to a social and relational one, where the audience participates in the production of meaning (or sense-making) by attaining a closer relationship to the production of design.
13 June 2013 | This publication examines why women continue to be under-represented in leadership positions and paid less than their male colleagues in the Australian workforce, looking at the full spectrum of issues from unconscious bias to tax arrangements and childcare.
28 March 2013 | This research provides an in-depth understanding of issues facing migrant sex workers in New Zealand, with a particular focus on occupational health and safety, and sexual reproductive health.
12 June 2013 | This paper provides practitioners, policy-makers and researchers with an overview of a number of influential recent approaches to conceptualising, recognising and responding to the complexity of child maltreatment and trauma.
30 November 2012 | This report provides a children’s rights-based analysis and evaluation of the current criminal laws that can apply to peer-to-peer sexting and cyber bullying among young people in New South Wales.
05 June 2013 | 56% of American adults now own a smartphone of some kind. This report analyses demographic trends in smartphone ownership, addressing factors including gender, age, ethnicity, geography, and socio-economic status.
11 June 2013 | This report generated detailed primary evidence regarding high school student use of ICT, perceptions of use of ICT at school, perceptions of ICT as a discipline, and motivations regarding career choices.
13 November 2012 | This guide is one of ten outlining a range of evidence-informed actions that councils may consider when preparing their Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans and other strategies.
29 May 2013 | The Victorian Parliament's law reform committee has recommended major changes to laws around the practice of sexting, to avoid teenagers who send an explicit picture of themselves being placed on the child sex offender register.
01 March 2013 | This talk asks whether Australia can reinvigorate its public institutions to better educate, support and care for those who will, before long, play a central role in shaping the future?
In 1974, the Arecibo Message was broadcast into space. Composed by the finest scientific minds of a generation, its mission was to give intelligent alien civilisations knowledge of the people of Earth. It was, quite frankly, embarrassing. Today a new intellectual explorer Dr Percival Bantam Sauváge has emerged to boldly carry humanity’s business card to the cosmos. takes a light-hearted look at culture in the 21st Century Watch in full
08 May 2013 | Privatised neighbourhoods and lifestyle migration are a global phenomenon. Increasingly, it seems, middle class people with sufficient capital are choosing to 'opt out' of urban environments, or, at least, to shield themselves from their more 'dangerous' elements, namely the poorer residents.