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Reporting Conflict: New Directions In Peace Journalism
Reporting Conflict...
Jake Lynch
Johan Galtung


Journalists control our access to news. By pitching stories from particular angles, media set the agenda for public debate. In Reporting Conflict, Jake Lynch and Johan Galtung challenge reporters to t ...


Find Your Tribe (And Nine Other Things I Wish I
Find Your Tribe (A...
Rebecca Sparrow


Everybody knows high school can be tough, especially when: * your best friend behaves more like your worst enemy * the person you have a crush on fails to notice you exist * even the C-grade netball t ...


A Prescription For Change: The Terry White Story
A Prescription For...
Tony Koch


In A Prescription for Change: The Terry White Story, veteran journalist Tony Koch colourfully charts the drive, integrity and family support that have guided White through a fascinating life in busine ...


Slow Death By Rubber Duck: How The Toxic Chemistry Of Everyday Life Affects Our Health
Slow Death By Rubb...
Rick Smith
Bruce Lourie


'Why don't we experiment on ourselves?' When leading environmentalists Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie decided to tell the story of pollution in our modern world by using their own bodies as laboratories, ...


Mcpherson Lecture Series Volume 4: Equity And Property
Mcpherson Lecture ...
Sarah Worthington


The fourth volume in an annual series inaugurated by the University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law. These lectures capture the important contributions equity has made to the law of personal p ...


Learning How To Breathe
Learning How To Br...
Linda Neil


When musician Linda Neil returns home to Brisbane to care for her ailing mother, Joan, a singing teacher, she has no idea what she is committing to, or even that she is committing at all.


The Young Widow
The Young Widow's ...
Virginia Lloyd


Single at 32, married at 33, and widowed at 34. The Young Widow's Book of Home Improvement is a wry and touching love story that plays with the parallels between our homes and ourselves.


The Birth Wars
The Birth Wars
Mary-Rose Maccoll


Each day battles are waged in hospitals and clinics around Australia: between those who view birth as natural and those who view birth as medical. Essential reading for every woman who is or may one d ...

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Welcome To The Urban Revolution
Welcome To The Urb...
Jeb Brugmann


We are now at the dawn of the urban century. What does it mean that half the earth’s people now live in cities–and that two billion more will join them over the next twenty-five years? How does this c ...


Aboriginal Australia: An Introductory Reader in Aboriginal Studies (2nd edition)
Aboriginal Australia presents selected themes that relate to indigenous Australians against a background of traditional, colonial and contemporary experiences. Particular facets of the lives of Aborig ...





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