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SAMSS Research Successes 2011

Peer-reviewed publications (alphabetical order)

Baker, D. and Hyde, M. (2011) “Police have customers too: an exploratory study of South Australia Police’s service delivery”, Police, Practice & Research: an International Journal, Vol.12, no.2, pp.148-171
 
Baker, D. (2011) “Interview with Commissioner Mal Hyde:  South Australia’s Long-serving and Reformist Police Commissioner”. In D. Das & O. Marenin, Trends in Policing: Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe, Boca Raton (FL): Taylor & Francis, pp. 1-22
 
Baker, D. (2011) "A Case Study of Policing Responses to Camps for Climate Action: Variations, Perplexities and Challenges for Policing”, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 35(2): 141-166

Bursian, O. 2011.  Migrant Women Act, Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing

Duffy, M & Waitt, G (2011). Rural Festivals and Processes of Belonging. In C Gibson & J Connell (eds) Festival Places: Revitalising Rural Australia Clevedon, UK: Channel View Press, pp 44-59

Duffy, M & Waitt, G (2011). Sound diaries: a method for listening to place. Aether: The Journal of Media Geography special issue on Geographies of Music, Geographers who Play Music, 7, 119-136

Duffy, M, Waitt, G, Gorman-Murray, A, & Gibson, C (2011). ‘It’s a lot of hard work’: The experiences of university students in term-time employment. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 37, 33-50

Duffy, M, Waitt, G, Gorman-Murray, A, & Gibson, C (2011). ‘Bodily rhythms: corporeal capacities to engage with festival spaces. Emotion, Space and Society, 4, 17-24

Edmondson, B. (2011). Collective Responsibilities: New Principles for Order in the 21st Century. Global Studies Journal, 3 (4), 11-20

Fenley, Julie. ‘The National Aboriginal Conference and the Makarrata: Sovereignty and Treaty Discussions, 1979-81’, Australian Historical Studies, Volume 42 Issue 3, 2011, pp. 372-389

Gunstone, A. 2011. ‘The impact of the Commonwealth Government’s Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) framework on Australian Indigenous Studies’. Kulumun: Journal of the Wollotuka Institute 1(1) 55-66

Gunstone, A. 2011. ‘Reconciliation and Dialogue in Regional Australia: a case study in East Gippsland’. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues 14(2-3): 133-150

Gunstone, A. 2011. ‘Indigenous Peoples and the Australian Constitution’. Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Directions and Intersections Conference. Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, 7-9 December 2011, 69-79

Gunstone, A. 2011. ‘The Establishment of the 1991-2000 Australian Reconciliation Process’. 2011 Australian Political Studies Association Conference. Australian National University, Canberra, 26-28 September 2011, 1-10

Merlino, D, & Duffy, M (2011). Images of Home: A Sound Based Community Cultural Development Research project for Youth in Officer. In Creative Arts in Research for Community and Cultural Change. C McLean (ed) Detselig Temeron Press

Munro, L.P. (2011). Go boldly, dream large: The challenges confronting  non-traditional students at University. Australian Journal of Education, 55, 115-131

Munro, L.P. (2011). ‘It’s a lot of hard work’: The experiences of university students in term-time employment. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 37, 33-50

Sutherland, K.E. (2011). Utilising Facebook to create an online community for PR students. Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal (accepted)

Symmons, M.A., Rose, G., Rorke, J., & Watkins, C. (2011). Ecodriving: Insight from a real world fleet-based trial. Proceedings Australasian Transport Research Forum, Adelaide

Symmons, M.A, & Mulvihill, C.M. (2011). A simulator comparison of riding performance between  new, returned and continuing motorcycle riders. Proceedings 6th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, Lake Tahoe

Symmons, M.A, & Mulvihill, C.M. (2011). On-road comparison of returned, continuing and new motorcycle riders. Proceedings 21st Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, Halifax

Van Doorn, G.H., Symmons, M.A., & Richardson, B.L. (2011). A precision-of-information explanation of sensory dominance. International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms, 3, 240-256

Yell, S. & Fletcher, M. (2011). Airgraphs and an Airman: The role of airgraphs in World War II family correspondence. History Australia, 8 (3), 117-138

Non peer-reviewed publications

Crinall, K., Manning, D. & Glavas, A. (2011). “Everything Effects Everything Else”: Power, perception and hidden forms of restrictive practice in shared supported accommodation. Churchill: Monash University. ISBN: 978-0-9871783-0-5

Harkness, A. & Baker, D. (2011). Overland’s legacy should be independence for police chiefs. The Age, 2 November, p. 17

Laming, C., Crinall, K., Hurley, J., Patten, S., Goodall, D., Yarram, D., Hamer, K. & McDonald, P. (2011). The Gippsland CommUNITY Walk Against Family Violence: Evaluation Report. Churchill: Monash University. ISBN: 978-0-646-55432-7

Van Doorn, G.H., Symmons, M.A., & Richardson, B.L. (2011). Red is no warmer than blue: A challenge to the semantic coding hypothesis. Proceedings International Multisensory Research Forum

Van Doorn, G.H., & Eklund, A. (2011). Synchronous communication via facebook® reinforces on- and off-campus student learning. AHRI Gippsland HR Network’s “Social Media” Forum

Income

ARC Linkage. Managing increasing challenges in motorcycle safety: strengthening research evidence for effective policy and countermeasure development. $1,347,168 [Symmons & others]

ARC Linkage project (2007-12) with the University of Melbourne, Victoria Police, Department of Human Services, Department of Victorian Communities and the Department of Justice, titled ‘Family Violence Reform: Using knowledge to Develop and Integrate Policy and Practice'. This project is now more widely known as SAFER (Safety and Accountability in Families: Evidence and Research). $4.6m (Crinall, Laming and colleagues)

Victoria Local Sustainability Accord. Sustainable Gippsland eCommunity. $248,248 [Symmons & others]

Climate Change Adaptation Research Grants. What would a climate-adapted Australian settlement look like? $320, 000 [Duffy, Symmons & others]