Responsible Governance

Responsible Governance is crucial for justice in work, organisations and industries

 

Research in this theme centres on: Sustainability; Engagement; and Accountability. 

 

This research aligns with the UN’s 16th Sustainable Development Goal: Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies


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Recent Publications:

Communication with intent: A typology of communicative interaction in engagement

Johnston, Kim A., Lane, Anne (2021) Communication with intent:A typology of communicative interaction in engagement Public Relations Review, 47 (1), pp.Article number: 101925.
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Submission to National Priorities & Industry Linkage Fund Consultation Paper

Grant-Smith, Deanna, Sadiq, Kerrie, Feldman, Alicia (2021) Submission to National Priorities and Industry Linkage Fund Consultation Paper

ANT Stakeholder Action Mapping Tool and User Guide

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) ANT Stakeholder Action Mapping Tool and User Guide

PREDICT: Principles of Good Mining Checklist

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) PREDICT: Principles of Good Mining Checklist

The socio-political landscape of mining: Interactive Timeline

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) The socio-political landscape of mining: Interactive Timeline.

Understanding the social and political stakeholder environment of contemporary and future mining: delivering tools for navigating multiple perspectives: CRC ORE Project Report P4-010: Summary Report

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) Understanding the social and political stakeholder environment of contemporary and future mining: delivering tools for navigating multiple perspectives:CRC ORE Project Report P4-010: Summary Report

The social imperative in public relations: Utilities of social impact, social license and engagement

Hurst, Bree, Johnston, Kim (2021) The social imperative in public relations: Utilities of social impact, social license and engagement Public Relations Review, 47 (2), pp.Article number: 102039.
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In whose interests? When relational engagement to obtain a social license leads to paradoxical outcomes

Koya, Ninitha, Hurst, Bree, Roper, Juliet (2021) In whose interests? When relational engagement to obtain a social license leads to paradoxical outcomes Public Relations Review, 47 (1), pp.Article number: 101987.
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The paradoxes of food waste reduction in the horticultural supply chain

Richards, Carol, Hurst, Bree, Messner, Rudolf, O'Connor, Grace (2021) The paradoxes of food waste reduction in the horticultural supply chain Industrial Marketing Management, 93, pp.482-491.
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Referendums and referendum campaigns

Roper, Juliet, Hurst, Bree, Bethune, Graham, Harris, Phil, Bitonti, Alberto, Fleisher, Craig S., Skorkjær Binderkrantz, Anne (2021) Referendums and referendum campaigns The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Interest Groups, Lobbying and Public Affairs.[ 1 ed.].
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