Sustainable Governance publications

Hulu, streaming and the contemporary television ecosystem

& Steirer, Gregory (2019) Hulu, streaming, and the contemporary television ecosystem. Media, Culture & Society. (In Press)
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Rurality and Education

Pini, Barbara, Mayes, Robyn, & Rodriguez Castro, Laura (Eds.) (2019) Rurality and Education. Routledge (Taylor & Francis), Abingdon.
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    Rural masculinities

    Pini, Barbara & (2019) Rural masculinities. In Gottzén, Lucas, Mellström, Ulf, & Shefer, Tamara (Eds.) Routledge International Handbook of Masculinity Studies. Routledge. (In Press)
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      Intersectionality and Indigenous Peoples in Australia: Experiences with engagement in Native Title and mining

      , Howlett, Catherine, & (2019) Intersectionality and Indigenous Peoples in Australia: Experiences with engagement in Native Title and mining. In Hankivsky, Olena & Jordan-Zachery, Julia S. (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public Policy. Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)
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        The emergence of marketing professionals in schools

        , Pini, Barbara, & (2019) The emergence of marketing professionals in schools. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 40(7), pp. 883-900.
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        Framing sustainability: Alternative standards schemes for sustainable palm oil and South-South trade

        Higgins, Vaughan & (2019) Framing sustainability: Alternative standards schemes for sustainable palm oil and South-South trade. Journal of Rural Studies, 65, pp. 126-134.
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        Public relations, futures planning and political talk for addressing wicked problems

        Roper, Juliet & (2019) Public relations, futures planning and political talk for addressing wicked problems. Public Relations Review. (In Press)
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        Deficit discourses and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disadvantage: A wicked problem in Australian Indigenous policy?

        , , & (2018) Deficit discourses and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disadvantage: A wicked problem in Australian Indigenous policy? In Thomas, Will, Hujala, Anneli, Laulainen, Sanna, & McMurray, Robert (Eds.) The Management of Wicked Problems in Health and Social Care. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 174-185.
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          Of ‘strong’ leadership, crisis communication and pooper scoopers: Change in the Queensland public sector under Newman

          & Colley, Linda (2018) Of ‘strong’ leadership, crisis communication and pooper scoopers: Change in the Queensland public service under Newman. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 77(2), pp. 236-252.
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          Putting children in their place on public transit: Managing mobilities in the child-friendly city

          , Johnson, Laurel, & Edwards, Peter (2018) Putting children in their place on public transit: Managing mobilities in the child-friendly city. In Silver, Christopher, Freestone, Robert, & Demaziere, Christophe (Eds.) Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning 6: The Right to the City. Routledge, New York & London, pp. 201-216.
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            Food waste, power, and corporate social responsibility in the Australian food supply chain

            & (2018) Food waste, power, and corporate social responsibility in the Australian food supply chain. Journal of Business Ethics, 150(1), pp. 199-210.
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            Corporate funding and local community development: A case from the mining industry in Australia

            (2018) Corporate funding and local community development: A case from the mining industry in Australia. In McCrea, Niamh & Finnegan, Fergal (Eds.) Funding, Power and Community Development. Bristol University Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 87-102.
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              Managing the challenges of combining mobilities of care and commuting: An Australian perspective

              , Osborne, Natalie, & Johnson, Laurel (2017) Managing the challenges of combining mobilities of care and commuting: An Australian perspective. Community, Work & Family, 20(2), pp. 201-210.
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              Freedom, part-time pirates, and poo police: Regulating the heterotopic space of the recreational boat

              & (2017) Freedom, part-time pirates, and poo police: Regulating the heterotopic space of the recreational boat. Environment and Planning A, 49(6), pp. 1379-1395.
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              (Re)assembling neoliberal logics in the service of climate justice

              , , & Woods, Michael (2017) (Re)assembling neoliberal logics in the service of climate justice: Fuzziness and perverse consequences in the fossil fuel divestment assemblage. In Higgins, Vaughan & Larner, Wendy (Eds.) Assembling Neoliberalism: Expertise, Practices, Subjects. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY, pp. 131-149.
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              Food justice or food sovereignty?

              Clendenning, Jessica, Dressler, Wolfram, & (2016) Food justice or food sovereignty? Understanding the rise of urban food movements in the USA. Agriculture and Human Values, 33(1), pp. 165-177.
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              Why dialogic principles don't make it in practice - and what we can do about it

              & (2016) Why dialogic principles don't make it in practice - and what we can do about it. International Journal of Communication, 10, pp. 4074-4094.
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                Food security in welfare capitalism

                , Kjærnes, Unni, & Vik, Jostein (2016) Food security in welfare capitalism: Comparing social entitlements to food in Australia and Norway. Journal of Rural Studies, 43, pp. 61-70.
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                The new corporate enclosures: Plantation forestry, carbon markets and the limits of financialised solutions to the climate crisis

                & Lyons, Kristen (2016) The new corporate enclosures: Plantation forestry, carbon markets and the limits of financialised solutions to the climate crisis. Land Use Policy, 56, pp. 209-216.
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