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Macquarie University

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The longitudinal Australian study of students with autism (LASA)

The purpose of this longitudinal study was to understand the relationship between children on the autism spectrum, subtypes of autism, experiences of intervention, and school support with developmental and behavioural trajectories.
Conference paper

Platform informality: online rental housing markets in Sydney, Australia

Digital platforms are increasingly mediating how people seek and access housing. This paper examines four platforms, including Realestate.com.au, Gumtree.com.au, Flatmates.com.au and Insiderairbnb.com.au to mobilises a practice-based approach to understanding housing informality in Australian cities.
Conference paper

Centring, rather than connecting with, nature

This paper argues that the ‘living with nature’ movement and technocratic responses, such as Nature-based Solutions, are ideological fantasies of curation. Instead, this paper maintains that ecosystems must become the frames and bases for decision-making.
Conference paper

Resilience success of community-led and governed green infrastructure in Australia

This paper explores a series of case studies that illustrate community governance models that started with a community led vision for complex green infrastructure projects.
Report

The voice of Australian health consumers

This survey report outlines what Australian consumers think about their health system’s performance before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.