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 2018

An Avatar of Peace: Commemorating Human Rights Activism, Vera Mackie

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

People, Nature and the Southern Ocean, Ben Maddison

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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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Analysis of a beat-up: The structuring of a sensational media story, Brian Martin

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Evidence-based campaigning, Brian Martin

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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

Future opportunities and challenges in developing sustainable offshore Indonesian fisheries, Alistair McIlgorm and Brooke M. Campbell

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Art as Activism in Japan: The Case of a Good-for-Nothing Kid and her Pussy, Mark J. McLelland

Cultural, Political and Technical Factors Influencing Early Web Uptake in North America and East Asia, Mark J. McLelland

From Queer Studies on Asia to Asian Queer Studies, Mark J. McLelland

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

High Court Constitutional Challenges to Criminal Law and Procedure Legislation in Australia, Luke J. McNamara and Julia Quilter

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Law and order is no get-out-of-jail card for floundering politicians, Luke J. McNamara and Julia Quilter

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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

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The Simpsons Do the Nineties, Renee Middlemost

Encounters with Performance/Art: Then and Now, Sarah B. Miller

‘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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The integrated structure of consciousness: phenomenal content, subjective attitude, and noetic complex, Katsunori Miyahara and Olaf Witkowski

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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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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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Implementing the Guiding Principles at the domestic level, Philip C. Orchard

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Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: The Role of National Legislation and Policies, Philip C. Orchard

The Emergence of Safe Areas and the Role of Normative Contingency, Philip C. Orchard

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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

Anthropocentrism, Fiona S. Probyn-Rapsey

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

Towards an improved international framework to govern the life cycle of plastics, Karen Raubenheimer, Alistair McIlgorm, and Nilufer Oral

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

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Arbitration Jurisdiction in Philippines v PRC: Quixotic Judicialisation and Sovereign Resistance in Law of the Sea, Gregory L. Rose

Regulating humanitarian assistance by Australian charities: legal tools to deter funding of terrorism abroad, Gregory L. Rose

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Assessing food security using household consumption expenditure surveys (HCES): a scoping literature review, Joanna Russell, Anne Lechner, Quentin A. Hanich, Aurelie Delisle, Brooke M. Campbell, and Karen E. Charlton

Inquiry mentality and occasional mourning in the settler colonial carceral, Micaela Sahhar and Michael R. Griffiths

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'Six o'clock is late enough': the 1947 New South Wales liquor referendum, Lauren Samuelsson

Change in the rocky reef fish fauna of the iconic Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve in north-eastern New Zealand over 4 decades, David Schiel, Tony Ayling, Michael Kingsford, Christopher Battershill, J. Howard Choat, Neil L. Andrew, Kendall Clements, Avril Ayling, Linda Leum, Mark Poynter, and Geoffrey P. Jones

Twin Peaks 2.0: reforming Australia's financial regulatory regime in light of failings exposed by the Banking Royal Commission, Andrew D. Schmulow, Karen Fairweather, and John Tarrant

Protection of Financial Consumers in Australia, Andrew D. Schmulow and James O'Hara

Vitoria's On the Indians, Legal Subjectivity and the Right to Travel, Nan M. Seuffert

Diversity policies meet the competency movement: towards reshaping law firm partnership models for the future, Nan M. Seuffert, Trish Mundy, and Susan Price

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#fear&loathing in Sydney: Law, Justice and the Experience of Fear in a Hashtag World, Cassandra E. Sharp

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#Vulnerability - Expectations of Justice through Accounts of Terror on Twitter, Cassandra E. Sharp

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What's in a hashtag? Vulnerability as a transformative disposition within social media, Cassandra E. Sharp

It's All Academic: Reflections on Teaching Method in the Development of Intelligent Lawyers, Cassandra E. Sharp and Karina Murray

Cowboys and Coconuts Robert Dean Frisbie in the Colonial Pacific, Paul Sharrad

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Coastal Climate Change and Transferable Development Rights, John Sheehan, Andrew H. Kelly, Ken Rayner, and Jasper Brown

Producing Nuanced Chinese Fantasy: A Case Study of Stephen Chow's Box Office Hit Mermaid, Hongchi Shiau and Brian Yecies

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Constraints preventing Chinese EFL teachers from putting their stated beliefs into teaching practice, Lei-Min Shi, Janine Delahunty, and Xiaoping Gao

Report on Korean Film Industry before Reform: between 2016 and 2018, Aegyung Shim and Brian Yecies

International regulation on low-carbon shipping for climate change mitigation: Development, challenges, and prospects, Yubing Shi and W Gullett

International regulatory responses to global challenges in marine pollution and climate change, Yubing Shi and Dazhen Zhang

The Anti-Festival: Kimberley Aboriginal Cultural Politics and the Artful Business of Creating Spaces for Kardiya to Hear and Feel Across Difference, Lisa Slater

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'Captured by Evils' - Combatting Black Money, Corruption and Money Laundering in Bangladesh: The Dog Must Bark to Keep Predators Away', S M. Solaiman

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Corporate social responsibility and workplace casualties in Bangladesh: an appraisal of Islamic principles as a potential solution, S M. Solaiman

Decriminalisation of Directors' Duty of Care: Part 1: A View Through the Lens of Criminalisation, S M. Solaiman

Decriminalisation of Directors' Duty Of Care: Part 2: A Proposal for Re-Criminalisation, S M. Solaiman

Understanding Social Wellbeing and Values of Small-Scale Fisheries amongst the Sama-Bajau of Archipelagic Southeast Asia, Natasha Stacey, Dirk J. Steenbergen, Julian Clifton, and Greg Acciaioli

Troubling Law's Indefinite Detention: Disability, the Carceral Body and Institutional Injustice, Linda Roslyn Steele

Cruises and the Making of Greater New Zealand, Frances Steel

New Zealand and the Sea: An Introduction, Frances Steel

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Servant mobilities between Fiji and New Zealand: The transcolonial politics of domestic work and immigration restriction, c.1870-1920, Frances Steel

'Time is on our side': Shipping and the coming of flight in the Pacific, Frances Steel

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Implementing strategies to overcome social-ecological traps: the role of community brokers and institutional bricolage in a locally managed marine area, Dirk J. Steenbergen and C Warren

A 10 year follow-up study of young people reported missing to the police for the first time in 2005, Emily Stevenson and Stuart DM Thomas

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Australia's deal with Timor-Leste in peril again over oil and gas, Rebecca Strating and Clive H. Schofield

Settler Colonialism and the Logic of Double Elimination, Marcelo G. Svirsky and Ronnen Ben-Arie

Replacing injured horses, cross-dressing and dust: modernist circus technologies in Asia, Peta Tait

Same-sex partnering and same-sex parented families in Singapore, Shawna Tang

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Migrant Labor and State Power: Vietnamese Workers in Malaysia and Vietnam, Angie Ngoc Tran and Vicki D. Crinis

Secret City and micromarkets: the 'global noir audience' for Australian crime drama, Sue Turnbull and Marion L. McCutcheon

Dexter: "Remember the Monsters?", Sue Turnbull and Renee Middlemost

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Firm Performance and Market Behaviour: The Scholarship of David Merrett, Simon Ville

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How blockchain is strengthening tuna traceability to combat illegal fishing, Candice Visser and Quentin A. Hanich