Murdoch University

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30 Dec 2009

Mobile learning is not pervasive in higher education and yet its potential is enormous. This paper describes a project to instigate mobile learning using technological literacy and professional learning among academic staff.

Mobile learning is not pervasive in higher education and yet its potential...


15 Jun 2005

The poor state of Indigenous housing in remote areas is generally acknowledged as one of Australia's most intractable housing problems. The thesis examines why the remote Indigenous housing system does not meet the housing needs of Indigenous people in remote areas and discusses an alternative...

Discussion paper

1 Oct 2004

Origins of the research

In August 2001 members of the Prison Reform Group of Western Australia and the combined Social Justice Commissions of the Uniting Church of Australia and the Anglican and Catholic Churches gathered together at the decommissioned Fremantle Jail to commemorate...

Working paper

1 Jan 2003

An account of the Aboriginal history of the Pilbara.

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17 Nov 2016

The one-off deal brokered by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Peter Dutton, for the resettlement of refugees on Manus Island and Nauru to the United States has the potential to go a long way to finally giving these...


20 Nov 2013

Executive Summary: 21st century Asia is a powerhouse in the contemporary global economy. In a short period of time it has closed the development gap between the Region and the rest of the world. All indications suggest that this growth performance will continue into...


7 Jan 2010

While there has been a lull in the debate over 'Asian values' since the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis, the concept never disappeared.

The development of a regional human-rights commission constitutes a fresh battleground where competing views are playing out. As in the past, the...

Discussion paper

20 Nov 2009

The political project for European Union is defined by its inherent dialectic as both part of and a distinct response to globalisation.

Like other regionalisms, the EU is broadly committed to openness or ‘open regionalism’. But the project for European Union has also been...

Discussion paper

1 Oct 2009

Governance of Islam in Singapore has been strongly shaped by the authoritarian state's micro-management of nation-building, commanding influence of Islamic institutions such as the peak religious bureaucracy MUIS (Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura or Islamic Religious Council) and reliance on draconian legislation such as...