The University of Wollongong Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts was formed in 2013 following an organisational restructure. It comprised an amalgamation of the former Faculty of Law, Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Creative Arts. Related series: Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive); Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (Archive); Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive).

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Papers from 2019

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Social networking sites and learning in international relations: The impact of platforms, Josh Pallas, Joakim Eidenfalk, and Susan N. Engel

Papers from 2018

Frequency and characteristics of police involvement in potentially criminal behaviour in disability services, Fiona Addicott, Stuart DM Thomas, James R. P Ogloff, and Michael D. Daffern

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Keating & his caucus, Anthony Ashbolt

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Potter v. Minahan: Chinese Australians, the law and belonging in White Australia, Kate Bagnall

Writing home from China: Charles Allen's transnational childhood, Kate Bagnall

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To shame or not to shame-that is the sanitation question, Myles Bateman and Susan N. Engel

Submarine acquisition in Southeast Asia: The dangers, Walter S. Bateman

The South China Sea Arbitral Award amidst Shifting Philippine Foreign Policy, Lowell B. Bautista

The South China Sea Arbitral Award: Evolving Post-Arbitration Strategies, Implications and Challenges, Lowell B. Bautista

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Language use and language attitudes in New Caledonia with particular reference to French Creole Tayo, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford

The Victorian College of Pharmacy: a case study of amalgamation failure and success in Australian higher education, Andre D. Brett

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An Activist For All Seasons, Rowan Cahill

Reappraisal of the Vulnerability of Contract Securities: Some Comparative Perspectives of a Regulatory Mosaic, Charles YC Chew

Vistas of future new mobility studies: transfers and transformations, Georgine W. Clarsen, Peter Merriman, and Mimi Sheller

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Writing, Motivation and Your Work in Progress: Catherine Cole on writing motivation and finding discipline in a busy world, Catherine Cole

Divided sisterhood? Nationalist feminism and feminist militancy in England and Ireland, Sharon M. Crozier-De Rosa

Shame and the anti-feminist backlash: Britain, Ireland and Australia, 1890-1920, Sharon M. Crozier-De Rosa

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The Gay Novel and the Gay World, Guy R. Davidson

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Using strategic culture to understand participation in expeditionary operations: Australia, Poland, and the coalition against the Islamic State, Fredrik Doeser and Joakim Eidenfalk

Shifting the terms of debate: speaking, writing and listening beyond free speech debates, Tanja Dreher and Michael R. Griffiths

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Staff and family attitudes to fences as a means of detaining people with dementia in residential aged care settings: The tension between physical and emotional safety, Shoshana J. Dreyfus, Lyn Phillipson, and Richard Fleming

The Prosthetic Promise Breast Cancer and Technologies of Corporeal Repair, Nadine Ehlers

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Governments can't be trusted to deliver welfare standards for chickens, Elizabeth J. Ellis

What do they need to know? Core skills for postgraduate development studies students, Susan N. Engel and Laura Simpson Reeve

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Geography limits island small-scale fishery production, Hampus B. Eriksson, Kim Friedman, Moses Amos, Ian Bertram, Kalo Pakoa, Rebecca Fisher, and Neil L. Andrew

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Consuming sustainable seafood: Guidelines, recommendations and realities, Anna K. Farmery, Gabrielle M. O'Kane, Alexandra McManus, and Bridget S. Green

Unbeatable: Social Resources, Military Adaptation, and the Afghan Taliban, Theo G. Farrell

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Dynamical relations in the self-pattern, Shaun Gallagher and Anya Daly

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The Role of Input and Interaction in the Acquisition of Chinese as a Second Language, Xiaoping Gao

Abakans: Revolutionary Art for the Past, Present, and Future, Agnieszka Golda

Submarine acquisition in Australia, James V. Goldrick

T-Shirt's Guevara: The Visual Jurisprudence of the New Man, Luis Gomez Romero

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Menzies and Howard on themselves: Liberal memoir, memory and myth making, Zachary Gorman and Gregory C. Melleuish

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The nexus clause: A peculiarly Australian obstacle, Zachary Gorman and Gregory C. Melleuish

An empirical study of punitive damages, James Goudkamp and Eleni Katsampouka

Performing "A New Song": Suggested Considerations for Drafting Effective Coastal Fisheries Legislation Under Climate Change, Don Gourlie, Ruth A. Davis, Hugh Govan, James Marshman, and Quentin A. Hanich

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Australian literature’s legacies of cultural appropriation, Michael R. Griffiths

The next wave of science diplomacy: Marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction, Harriet Harden-Davies

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Belonging In Time: Australian Women Playwrights in a Changing Landscape', Janys Hayes

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Context and vowel harmony: are they essential to identify underlying word-final /s/ in Eastern Andalusian Spanish?, Alfredo Herrero de Haro

Much ado about nothing? Why going non-semantic is not merely semantics, Daniel D. Hutto and Erik W. Myin

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A New, Better BET: Rescuing and Revising Basic Emotion Theory, Daniel D. Hutto, Ian Robertson, and Michael D. Kirchhoff

Wittgenstein's Inspiring View of Nature: On Connecting Philosophy and Science Aright, Daniel D. Hutto and Glenda L. Satne

Vietnamese-Australian life writing and integration: the magazine for multicultural and Vietnamese issues, Michael R. Jacklin

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Advanced cancer patients' construction of self during oncology consultations: a transitivity concordance analysis, Neda Karimi, Annabelle Lukin, Alison Rotha Moore, Adam Walczak, and Phyllis N. Butow

Enforcement in the Southern Ocean: Legal Issues for Fishery Protection Operations around Antarctica, Stuart B. Kaye

Balancing the Quotidian and the Political: Beyond Empathy in Australian Multi-platform Refugee Narratives, Sukhmani Khorana

Animating Animal Affect in Post-3/11 Fiction for Young People: Kibō no bokujō (The Farm of Hope), Helen Kilpatrick

The shôjo (girl) aesthetic in Japanese illustrated and picture books, Helen Kilpatrick

Predictive processing, perceiving and imagining: Is to perceive to imagine, or something close to it?, Michael D. Kirchhoff

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The Markov blankets of life: autonomy, active inference and the free energy principle, Michael D. Kirchhoff, Thomas Parr, Ensor Palacios, Karl Friston, and Julian Kiverstein

Enactivism and predictive processing: a non-representational view, Michael D. Kirchhoff and Ian Robertson

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Part XII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Duty to Mitigate Against Climate Change: Making Out a Claim, Causation, and Related Issues, Seokwoo Lee and Lowell B. Bautista

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South China Sea Arbitration and its Application to Dokdo, Seokwoo Lee and Leonardo Leonardo

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Theatricalizing Law, Marett Leiboff

An assessment of the regulatory framework of the Western Australian sandalwood industry, Kylie Anne Lingard and Mark Perry

Certain Historical Evidence (and Their Implications) Overlooked by the Arbitral Tribunal of the South China Sea Arbitration: Application of Article 121(3) on Spratly Islands, Yu-Ting Lin

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`A frivolous prosecution': Allegations of Physical and Sexual Abuse of Domestic Servants and the Defence of Colonial Patriarchy in Darwin and Singapore, 1880s-1930s, Claire K. Lowrie

'What a Picture Can Do': Contests of colonial mastery in photographs of Asian 'houseboys' from Southeast Asia and Northern Australia, 1880s-1920s, Claire K. Lowrie

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Revealed: the extent of job-swapping between public servants and fossil fuel lobbyists, Adam Robert Lucas

Whispering, Writing and Working across Borders: Practising Transnational History in East Asia, Vera Mackie

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Chasing the thrill or just passing the time? Trialing a new mixed methods approach to understanding heterogeneity amongst recreational fishers based on motivations, Christopher A. Magee, Michelle A. Voyer, Alistair McIlgorm, and Owen H. Li

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Promoting learning: what universities don't do, Brian Martin

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Vaccination Panic in Australia, Brian Martin

A Female Slaving Zone? Historical Constructions of the Traffic in Asian Women, Julia T. Martinez

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Shahrazad in Cronulla: David Foster's Retelling of One Thousand and One Nights in Sons of the Rumour, Farzaneh Mayabadi and Wenche Ommundsen

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Transcultural Memory and the Troostmeisjes/Comfort Women Photographic Project, Katharine E. McGregor and Vera Mackie

Memoir for Your Ears: the podcast life, Siobhan McHugh

Takahashi Tetsu and Popular Sexology in Early Postwar Japan 1945-1970, Mark J. McLelland

Alternative Histories of Social Media in Japan and China, Mark J. McLelland, Haiqing Yu, and Gerard Goggin

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Theorising criminalisation: the value of a modalities approach, Luke J. McNamara, Julia Quilter, Russell G. Hogg, Heather Douglas, Arlie Loughnan, and David B. Brown

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Democracy, liberalism and the challenge of social solidarity, Gregory C. Melleuish

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Fractured Liberals need a new brand - 'broad church' is no longer working, Gregory C. Melleuish

Red tape: tethering Australia to the world, Gregory C. Melleuish

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Under McCormack, the Nationals need to accept they are a minority and preserve their independence, Gregory C. Melleuish

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With a new prime minister nominated, the Nationals have a rare chance to assert themselves, Gregory C. Melleuish

Why Popper can’t resolve the debate over global warming: Problems with the uses of philosophy of science in the media and public framing of the science of global warming, David Mercer

Renovating The Room: audience reception and paratextual intervention, Renee Middlemost

‘Is There Anybody There?’: Solitude and the Hermeneutics of Love in the Writings of Walter de la Mare, Evan Milner

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Black-boxing the Black Flag: Anonymous Sharing Platforms and ISIS Content Distribution, Teodor E. Mitew and Ahmad Shehabat

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Internormative Gastronomies: Law, Nation and Identity, Richard Mohr and Nadirsyah Hosen

Interview with Max Hill, QC, Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation for the United Kingdom, Samuel J. Mullins

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Space perception, movement, and insight: attuning to the space of everyday life after major weight loss, Eli Natvik, Karen Groven, Malfrid Raheim, Eva Gjengedal, and Shaun Gallagher

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Grey networks: The contradictory dimensions of Australia's immigration detention system, David A. Neil and Michelle A. Peterie

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Multilingual Writing in a Monolingual Nation: Australia's hidden literary archive, Wenche Ommundsen

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Gender Bias in Medical Images Affects Students' Implicit but not Explicit Gender Attitudes, Rhiannon Parker, Theresa A. Larkin, and Jonathan P. Cockburn

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Submission on the NSW Draft Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill 2018, Laurie Perry and Kylie Anne Lingard

From White Australia to the Asian Century: Literature and migration in Australia, Sneja Prof Sneja Gunew and Wenche Ommundsen

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Challenge to Enforce Food Safety Law and Regulation in Indonesia, Stephanie Putri

Cross-cultural families in Singapore: transnational marriages and divorces, Ee Ling Quah

Emotional reflexivity and emotion work in transnational divorce biographies, Ee Ling Quah

Divorced and never-married mothers in Singapore Practices, challenges and hopes, Ee Ling Quah and Shawna Tang

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Submission to NSW Law Reform Review into Consent and Knowledge of Consent in relation to Sexual Assault Offences, Julia Quilter

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The hidden punitiveness of fines, Julia Quilter and Russell G. Hogg

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Special Issue: Hidden Criminalisation-Punitiveness at the Edges: Guest Editors' Introduction, Julia Quilter and Luke J. McNamara

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The meaning of ''intoxication'' In Australian criminal cases: Origins and operation, Julia Quilter and Luke J. McNamara

'Intoxication' and Australian Criminal Law: Implications for Addressing Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Harms and Risks, Julia Quilter, Luke J. McNamara, Kate Seear, and Robin Room

The significance of 'intoxication' in Australian criminal law, Julia Quilter, Luke J. McNamara, Kate Seear, and Robin Room

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Can the Basel and Stockholm Conventions provide a global framework to reduce the impact of marine plastic litter?, Karen Raubenheimer and Alistair McIlgorm

Assessing the impact of vulnerability on perceptions of social cohesion in the context of community resilience to disaster in the Blue Mountains, Sarah Redshaw, V M. Ingham, Marion L. McCutcheon, John Hicks, and Oliver Burmeister