Queensland University of Technology
Who uses domestic, family, and sexual violence, how, and why?
This report provides a focused examination of violence perpetration, in order to enhance national efforts to end domestic, family and sexual violence.
Governing for quality and safety: a new province for boards of Australian aged care and disability support providers?
This article addresses the question of to what extent changes in legislation and regulatory standards in aged care and disability create new expectations of these boards and directors.
Public interest sex tech hackathon: speculative futures and participatory design
Sex tech has emerged as a site in which sexual pleasure, wellbeing and health are increasingly understood as data. The Public Interest Sex Tech Hackathon offered new perspectives on ethical data governance and public interest technologies by exploring a topic that has been both sensationalised/stigmatised...
Building types to address the missing middle: a review of typologies to increase density in Australian inner-city suburbs
The question of how to best design this medium-rise, medium-density, mixed-used development is the focus of this paper, which reviews building typologies sourced from established medium-density global cities so as to propose alternative development paradigms for Australian cities.
Thinking musically about garden design for a more immersive experience
This paper introduces the idea of ‘composing’ the soundscape of a space through a musical process. With a focus on aural experience in gardens, the project is establishing what types, combinations and intensities of sounds offer interest and distraction and capture unconscious and conscious attention.