Publications

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Armstrong, P., & Potts, A. (2002). Serving the wild. In A. Smith & L. Wevers (Eds.), On display (cultural studies in Aotearoa New Zealand). Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Austrin, T. (1995). The Discovery of Utopia: The Webbs and the Soviet Experiment. Critique.

Austrin, T. (1996). Rules of Respectability or Building the New World: Erik Olssen's Caversham. Sites(32), 94-105.

Austrin, T. (1997). Community Rules: Situating Local History. History Now, 3(2), 44-49.

Austrin, T. (1997). Hierarchies, Networks and Sales: Retail Banking in a Deregulated Environment. In D. Knights (Ed.), Financial Services and Social Relations: An Industry in transition. London: Macmillan.

Austrin, T. (1997). Regimes, Suppliers and Markets: Comparability and Consistency in Gambling. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Gaming, Wagering and Risk Taking, Montreal.

Austrin, T. (1998). Retailing Leisure: Local and Global Developments in Gambling. In H. Perkins & G. Cushman (Eds.), Time Out? Leisure, Recreation and Tourism in New Zealand and Australia. Auckland: Addison, Wesley, and Longman.

Austrin, T. (1999). Simulation and Surveillance: Developments in the Consumption and Production of real and virtual gambling. In M. Collis, L. Munro & S. Russell (Eds.), Challenges and Prospects: Sociology for a New Millenium. Melbourne: TASA Conference Proceedings.

Austrin, T. (2000). Looking for the Action: Rules of Control and Occupational Style in Casinos. In G. McLennan, P. Spoonley & A. Ryan (Eds.), Readings in New Zealand Sociology. Auckland: Addison, Wesley and Longman.

Austrin, T. (2001). Entangled Improvisors: Punters, States, Locales and Betting. In B. Curtis (Ed.), Gambling in New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Austrin, T., Curtis, B., McMillen, J., & Pearce, D. (1998). Study of the Social and Economic Impacts of New Zealand Casinos: A Report Prepared for the Australian Institute of Gaming Research for the Casino Control Authority.

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Bagshaw, S., Dalziel, P., Roberts, C., Clark, G., & Richardson, M. (2001). Report of the Mayoral Taskforce on Poverty. Christchurch: Christchurch City Council.

Barnett, J. R. (1999). 'Hollowing out' the state? Some observations on the restructuring of hospital services in New Zealand. Area, 31, 259-270.

Barnett, J. R. (1999, 2000). Local Empowerment or community burden? Exploring some of the implications of recent hospital restructuring in rural New Zealand. Paper presented at the Twentieth New Zealand Geography Conference, Palmerston North.

Barnett, J. R. (2000). Does place of residence matter? Contextual Effects on smoking in Christchurch. New Zealand Medical Journal, 113, 433-435.

Barnett, J. R. (2000). Geographic perspectives on hospital restructuring and its impacts in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal, 113, 125-128.

Barnett, J. R. (2000). Rationalising hospital services: reflections on hospital restructuring and its impacts in New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer, 56, 4-20.

Barnett, J. R. (2000). 'Wait till it's serious': health care costs and urban survival strategies of low income groups in Christchurch. New Zealand Medical Journal, 113, 223-227.

Barnett, J. R. (2001). Coping with the costs of primary care?: household and locational variations in the survival strategies of the urban poor. Health and Place, 7, 141-157.

Barnett, J. R. (2003). Primary health care in New Zealand: Problems and Policy approaches. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, in press.

Barnett, J. R., & Barnett, P. (1997). A Turning Tide? reflections on ideology and health services restructuring in New Zealand. Health and Place, 3(3), 55-58.

Barnett, J. R., & Barnett, P. (1999). Reform and change in health services provision. In P. Davis & K. Dews (Eds.), Health and society in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Barnett, J. R., & Barnett, P. (2001). Community ventures in rural health: the establishment of community health trusts in southern New Zealand. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 2, 229-234.

Barnett, J. R., & Barnett, P. (2003). Back to the Future? reflections on Past Reforms and Future Prospects for Health Services in New Zealand. Geojournal, in press.

Barnett, J. R., & Barnett, P. (2003). "If you don't get off your butts you will get nothing" Community resistance to hospital closures in southern New Zealand. Health and Place, 9(in press).

Barnett, J. R., Barnett, P., & Kearns, R. A. (1998). Declining professional dominance? trends in the proletarianisation of primary care in New Zealand. Social Science and Medicine, 46, 193-207.

Barnett, J. R., & Coyle, P. (1998). Social inequality and general practitioner utilisation:assessing the effects of financial barriers on the use of care by low income groups. New Zealand Medical Journal, 111, 66-70.

Barnett, J. R., Coyle, P., & Kearns, R. A. (2000). Holes in the safety net?: Assessing the effects of targeted benefits upon the health care utilisation of poor New Zealanders. Health and Social Care in the Community, 8, 1-13.

Barnett, J. R., & Kearns, R. A. (1999). Auckland's Starship Enterprise: Placing Metaphor in a children's hospital. In A. Williams (Ed.), Therapeutic Landscapes: the dynamic between place and wellness (pp. 169-200). Lanham: University Press of America.

Barnett, J. R., & Kearns, R. A. (2000). Happy meals in the Starship Entreprise: Interpreting a moral geography of health care consumption. Health and Place, 6, 81-94.

Barnett, J. R., & Kearns, R. A. (2003). Reading the Landscapes of private medicine: Ascot's place in Millenial Auckland. Social Science and Medicine, 51, 2303-2315.

Barnett, J. R., & Lauer, G. (2003). Urban deprivation and public hospital admissions in Christchurch 1990-1997. Health and Social Care in the Community, 1(in press).

Barnett, J. R., Moon, G., & Kearns, R. A. (2003). Social Inequality and Ethnic Differences in Smoking in New Zealand. Social Science and Medicine, forthcoming.

Baylyn, O. (1998). Hall of Fame: life stories of New Zealand Women. Christchurch: Clerestory Press.

Boston, J., Dalziel, P., & St John, S. (Eds.). (1999). Redesigning the Welfare State in New Zealand: Problems, Policies and Prospects. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Brown, L., & Barnett, J. R. (2003). Is the corporate transformation of hospital creating a new health care space? A case study of the impact of co-location of public and private hospitals in Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 1(in press).

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Campbell, S., & Thorns, D. C. (2001). Housing Need and Demand. Christchurch: Christchurch City Council.

Campbell, S., & Thorns, D. C. (2002). Housing in the 1990s. In Housing Finance Review: Joseph Roundtree Foundation.

Cloke, P., & Perkins, H. (1998). 'Cracking the canyon with the awesome foursome': representations of adventure tourism in New Zealand. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space(16), 185-218.

Cribb, J., & Barnett, J. R. (1999). Being bashed: Western Samoan women's attitudes towards domestic violence in Western Samoa and New Zealand. Gender Place and Culture, 6, 201-226.

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Dalziel, P. (1998). New Zealand. In C. E. Morrison & H. Soesastro (Eds.), Domestic Adjustments to Globalisation. Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange.

Dalziel, P. (1999). Does Australia Need a Programme of New Zealand Style Economic Reforms? Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 4(4), 17-26.

Dalziel, P. (1999). Fiscal Policy. In D. Milne & J. Savage (Eds.), Reporting Economics: A New Zealand Guide to Covering the Economy. Wellington: New Zealand Journalists Training Organisation.

Dalziel, P. (1999). A History of the New Zealand Economy. In D. Milne & J. Savage (Eds.), Reporting Economics: A New Zealand Guide to Covering the Economy. Wellington: New Zealand Journalists Training Organisation.

Dalziel, P. (1999). A Third Way for New Zealand? In C. Eichbaum & P. Harris (Eds.), The New Politics: A Third Way for New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Dalziel, P. (2001). Economic Policy. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand: Government and Politics (Second ed., pp. 408-417). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Dalziel, P. (2001). Third Way Economic Management in New Zealand. Economic and Labour Relations Review, 12(2 December), 193-207.

Dalziel, P. (2001). A Third Way for New Zealand? In A. Giddens (Ed.), The Global Third Way Debate. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Dalziel, P. (2002). New Zealand's Economic Reforms: An Assessment. Review of Political Economy, 14(1), 31-46.

Dalziel, P., & Higgins, J. (2002). Experience and Suitability of Job Applicants: Two Policy Issues from a Survey of Employers. Labour Market Bulletin(Special Issue), 151-171.

Dalziel, P., & Lattimore, R. (2001). The New Zealand Macroeconomy: A Briefing on the Reforms and their Legacy (Fourth ed.). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Davis, P. (2000). Hazard, risk and error in medical practice. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy(5), 190-191.

Davis, P., & Ashton, T. (Eds.). (2001). Health and Public Policy. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Davis, P., Beaglehole, R., & Durie, M. (2000). Directions for Public Health in New Zealand in the new millenium. New Zealand Public Health Report, 7(1-3), 10.

Davis, P., & Dew, K. (Eds.). (2000). Health and Society in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Davis, P., Graham, P., & Pearce, N. (1999). Health expectancy in New Zealand, 1981-1991: social variations and trends in a period of rapid social and economic change. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health(53), 519-527.

Davis, P., Gribben, B., Scott, A., & Lay-Yee, R. (2000). Do physician styles persist over time? Continuities in patterns of clinical decision-making in a stable cohort of general practitioners. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy(5), 1-8.

Davis, P., Gribben, B., Scott, A., & Lay-Yee, R. (2000). The'supply' hypothesis and patterns of clinical activity in general practice. Social Science and Medicine(50), 407-418.

Davis, P., & Lay-Yee, R. (1999). Early sex and its behavioural consequences in New Zealand. Journal of Sex Research(36), 135-144.

Davis, P., Lay-Yee, R., Schug, S., Briant, R., Scott, A., Johnson, S., et al. (2001). Adverse Effects Regional Feasibility Study: indicative findings. New Zealand Medical Journal(114), 203-205.

Davis, P., Lay-Yee, R., Schug, S., Briant, R., Scott, A., Johnson, S., et al. (2001). Adverse Effects Regional Feasibility Study: methodological results. New Zealand Medical Journal(114), 200-202.

Davis, P., Lightfoot, R., Finn, E., Lay-Yee, R., Gribben, B., & McAvoy, B. (1999). Practice nurses in the Waikato, 1991-1992: What was their patient mix and pattern of care? New Zealand Family Physician(26), 50-54.

Davis, P., McLeod, K., Ransom, M., Ongley, P., Pearce, N., & Howden-Chapman, P. (1999). The New Zealand Socio-Economic Index: developing and validating an occupationally-derived indicator of socioeconomic status. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health(23), 20-26.

De Ras, M., & Grace, V. (Eds.). (1997). Bodily Boundaries, Sexualised Genders and Medical Discourses. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

De Ras, M., & Grace, V. (1997). 'Corpus Mobile' Body, gender, sexuality and medicalisation. In M. De Ras & V. Grace (Eds.), Bodily Boundaries, Sexualised Genders and Medical Discourses. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Dennehy, G., & Newbold, G. (2001). The Girls in the Gang. Auckland: Reed.

Du Plessis, R. (1992, June). A Changing Context: the impact on households with children of current changes in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Paper presented at the Current Insights into Child Abuse, Conference organised for Child Protection Workers, Department of Social Welfare, Christchurch.

Du Plessis, R. (1992). Review of: Changing Our Lives: Women Working in the Women's Liberation Movement 1970-1990, Maud Cahill and Christine Dann (eds), Wellington: Bridget Williams Books Ltd, 1991. Women's Studies Journal, 8(2), 159-163.

Du Plessis, R. (1992). Review of: Minding Children, Managing Men: Conflict and Compromise in the Lives of Postwar Pakeha Women, Helen May, Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 1992. New Zealand Books, 2(1, June).

Du Plessis, R. (1992). Review of: Superwoman Where Are You?Social Policy and Women's Experience, Celia Briar, Robyn Munford and Mary Nash (eds), Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 1992. University Review, 1(6, August).

Du Plessis, R. (1992). Running Fast in a Looking Glass World? Reflections on Strategies for the 1990s. Paper presented at the Women and Work Conference: Directions and Strategies for the 1990s, Dept of Sociology, Massey University, Palmerston North.

Du Plessis, R. (1992). You Have Struck a Rock! Women and Political Struggle in South Africa. In L. Hill (Ed.), Women's Studies Association Conference Papers. Auckland: Women's Studies Association, P.O. Box 5067.

Du Plessis, R. (1993). Getting A(Head): what gets done through hairdressing? Broadsheet: NZ's Feminist magazine, 14-17.

Du Plessis, R. (1994). What gets done through hairdressing? In L. Hill (Ed.), Women's Studies Assocation Conference Papers 1993. Auckland: Women's Studies Association, P.O. Box 5067.

Du Plessis, R. (1995). Of Wild Women and Hairy men. Broadsheet: NZ's Feminist magazine, 26-30.

Du Plessis, R. (1995). Of Wild Women and Hairy Men: Reflections on mytho-poetic Constructions on fe/male archtypes. In L. Hill (Ed.), Women Studies Association Conference Papers 1994. Auckland: Women Studies Association, P.O. Box 5067.

Du Plessis, R. (1995). Review of: Feminism and the Politics of Difference, Sneja Gunew and Anna Yeatman (eds)

Du Plessis, R. (1995). Reviews of:Feminism and the Politics of Difference, Sneja Gunew and Anna Yeatman (eds); Justice and Identity: Antipodean Practices, Margaret Wilson and Anna Yeatmen (eds). Women's Studies Journal, 11(1-2), 179-185.

Du Plessis, R. (1995). Women in a Restructured New Zealand. In A. Edwards & S. Magarey (Eds.), Women: Restructuring Work and Welfare in Australia (pp. 244-259). Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Du Plessis, R. (1997). Women, Feminism and the State. In C. Rudd & B. Roper (Eds.), The Political Economy of New Zealand (pp. 220-236). Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Du Plessis, R. (1998). (Hetero)sexualities and post-heterosexuality: Reflections on feminist theorising in the 1990s and beyond. In L. Hill (Ed.), Women's Studies Association Conference Papers 1997. Auckland: Women's Studies Association, P.O. Box 5067.

Du Plessis, R. (2000). Review of: Telling women's lives: narrative inquiries in the history of women's education, Kathleen Weiler and Sue Middleton (eds), Open University Press, Buckingham, Philadelphia. Women's Studies Journal, 16(1).

Du Plessis, R. (2001). Changing Times, Shifting Contexts: Variations on cultural politics and 'the turn to culture'. New Zealand Sociology, 16(1).

Du Plessis, R. (2001). Fathering and the Fatherless: Challenges for the New Millenium. Journal of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists(Spring).

Du Plessis, R. (2001). Queer, queerer, queerest? Feminisms, Heterosexualities and queer theorising. In L. Alice & L. Star (Eds.), Queer in Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Du Plessis, R. (2001). Review of: Hair Matters: Beauty, Power and Women's Consciousness, Ingrid Banks, New York University Press, New York and London. Sociological Research Online, March.

Du Plessis, R. (2001). Work. In C. Kramarae & D. Spender (Eds.), The Routledge Internaitonal Encylopedia of Women: Global Women's Issues and Knowledge.

Du Plessis, R., & Alice, L. (1998). Feminisms, connections and differences. In R. Du Plessis & L. Alice (Eds.), Feminist Thought in Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Du Plessis, R., & Alice, L. (Eds.). (1998). Feminist Thought in Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Du Plessis, R., & Armstrong, N. (1998). Shifting Certainties, Complex Practices: reflections on feminist research. In R. Du Plessis & L. Alice (Eds.), Feminist Thought in Aoteaora/ New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Du Plessis, R., Bunkle, P., Irwin, K., Laurie, A., & Middleton, S. (Eds.). (1992). Feminist Voices: Women's Studies Text for Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Du Plessis, R., & Fougere, G. (Eds.). (1999). Politics, Policy and Practice: Essays in honour of Bill Willmott: Department of Sociology, University of Canterbury.

Du Plessis, R., & Higgins, J. (1997). Feminism. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand Politics in Transition (pp. 328-340). Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Dupuis, A., & Thorns, D. C. (1996). The Meaning of Home for Home. Housing Studies, 11(4), 485-501.

Dupuis, A., & Thorns, D. C. (1997). Regional variations in Housing and Wealth Accumulation in New Zealand. Urban Policy and Research, 15(October), 189-202.

Dupuis, A., & Thorns, D. C. (1998). Home Ownership and the Search for Ontological Security. Sociological Review, 46(1), 24-47.

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Fairweather, J. R., & Swaffield, S. R. (1999). Public perceptions of natural and modified landscapes of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. AERU Research Report No. 241: Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit: Lincoln University.

Amy L. Fletcher. 2004. 'Field of genes: the politics of science and identity in the Estonian genome project.' New Genetics and Society 23(1). April: 1-12.

Fletcher, A. (2003). Distant States in World Markets: New Zealand Universities Confront the Information Age. Journal of Asia-Pacific Affairs, 4(2), 1-20.

Fougere, G. (1995). What is the core business of Vote: Health? In Symposium on the Delivery of Health Services to Smaller Communities(pp. 18-23). Wellington: National Advisory Committee on Core Health and Disability Services.

Fougere, G. (2001). Transforming health sectors: new logics of organising in the New Zealand health system. Social Science and Medicine, 52, 1233-1242.

Fountain, J., & Thorns, D. C. (1998). Heritage Tourism and New Zealand Cities. In H. Perkins & G. Cushman (Eds.), Time Out? Leisure, Recreation and Tourism in New Zealand and Australia. Auckland: Addison Wesley Longman.

Fraser, L. (1995). Constructing the Irish Experiences in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand: A Comparative Approach. British Review of New Zealand Studies(8), 117-124.

Fraser, L. (1995). Structure and Agency: Comparative Perspectives on the Irish Catholic Experience in New Zealand and the United States. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 14(2), 87-103.

Fraser, L. (1995). The Ties that Bind: Irish Catholic Testamentary Evidence from Christchurch, 1876-1915. The New Zealand Journal of History, 29(1), 67-82.

Fraser, L. (1996). The Making of an Ethnic Collectivity: Irish Catholic Immigrants in Nineteeth-Century Christchurch. The Journal of Religious History, 20(2), 210-227.

Fraser, L. (1997). Crossings: The Structure of Catholic Irish Migration to Nineteeth Century Canterbury. In R. Davis (Ed.), Irish-Australian Studies 8. Darlinghurst, NSW: Crossing Press.

Fraser, L. (Ed.). (1998). From Tara to Holyhead: Irish Catholic Immigrants in Nineteeth Century Christchurch. Auckland: Auckland University Press.

Fraser, L. (Ed.). (2000). A Distant Shore: Irish Migration and New Zealand Settlement. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.

Fraser, L. (2000). Irish Migration to the West Coast, 1864-1900. In L. Fraser (Ed.), A Distant Shore: Irish Migration and New Zealand Settlement (pp. 86-104). Dunedin: University of Otago Press.

Fraser, L. (2000). Irish Migration to the West Coast, 1864-1900. New Zealand Journal of History, 34(2), 197-225.

Fraser, L. (2000). Patterns of Irish Migration to the West Coast of New Zealand. In P. Bull, F. Devlin-Glass & H. Doyle (Eds.), Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998: Studies in Culture, Identity and Migration (pp. 152-164). Sydney: Crossing Press.

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Gidlow, B., Cushman, G., & Perkins, H. (1995). Whatever happened to 'recreation'? Changes in New Zealand state leisure policy. ANZALS Leisure Research Series(2), 76-93.

Goodrich, C., Taylor, C. N., & Bryan, H. C. (2000). Social Impact Assessment in New Zealand. In P. A. Memon & H. Perkins (Eds.), Environmental Planning and Management in New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Goodrich, C. N., & Taylor, C. N. (1995). Editorial, Special issue on Social Assessment. Project Appraisal, 10(3).

Goven, J. (2000). New Parliament, Old Discourses? The Parental-Leave Debate in Hungary. In S. Gal & G. Kilgman (Eds.), Reproducing Gender: Politics, Publics and Everyday Life after Socialism.

Grace, V. (1995). Problems of communication, diagnosis and treatment in the use of the New Zealand health services for chronic pelvic pain: a quantitative analysis. Health Care for Women International, 16(6), 521-535.

Grace, V. (1995). Problems women patients experience in the medical encounter for chronic pelvic pain. Health Care for Women International, 16(6), 509-519.

Grace, V. (1995). Women's experiences of using the health services in New Zealand for chronic pelvic pain. New Zealand Family Physician,22(3), 104-106.

Grace, V. (1997). Reading the silent body: women, doctors and pelvic pain. In M. De Ras & V. Grace (Eds.), Bodily Encounters, Sexualised Genders and Medical Discourses. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Grace, V. (1998). Mind/Body Dualism in medicine: the case of chronic pelvic pain without organic pathology. A critical review of the literature. International Journal of Health Services, 28(1), 127-151.

Grace, V. (1998). Researching women's encounters with doctors for pelvic pain: discourse analysis and method. In R. Du Plessis & L. Alice (Eds.), Feminist Thought in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Differences and Connections. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Grace, V. (2000). Baudrillard's Challenge. A Feminist Reading. London: Routledge.

Grace, V. (2000, November 17-19). Baudrillard's Challenge: A Feminist returns to the scene. Paper presented at the Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand, University of Waikato.

Grace, V. (2000). Pitfalls of the medical paradigm in chronic pelvic pain. Balliere's Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 14(3), 525-539.

Chronic Pelvic Pain - Sociological perspectives, (2001).

Grace, V. (2001). Critical encounters with the medical paradigm: encouraging dialogue. Feminism and Psychology, 11(3), 422-429.

Grace, V. (2001). Discussant's comment on Jacque Derrida's presentation on 'The Future of the University'. In L. Simmons & H. Worth (Eds.), Derrida Downunder: Deconstructing (in) the Antipodes. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Grace, V. (2001). From 'Feminist Studies' to 'Gender Studies': Challenges to gender Studies at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Paper presented at the International Conference: Societies in transition - Challenges to Women's and Gender Studies, Carl von Ossietzsky Universitat Oldenburg, Germany.

Grace, V. (2001, March 20-22). Medical Visualisation - Ontological Paradoxes. Paper presented at the Baudrillard West of the Dateline, University of Auckland.

Grace, V., & Arnoux, L. (1998). Clean-burning fuel for use in woodstoves: feminist politics, community development and global sustainability. Community Development Journal - An International Forum, 33(3), 260-269.

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Hall, B., Thorns, D. C., & Willmott, W. (1996). Class, Locality and Family-Bases of Communion in a Locality. In G. Crow (Ed.), The Sociology of Rural Communities V2, The International Library of Critical Writings in Sociology. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publisher.

Hart, B., & Grace, V. (2000). Fatigue in chronic fatigue syndrome: a discourse analysis of women's experiential narratives. Health Care for Women International, 21(3), 187-201.

Higgins, J. (1993). Lake Albert Urban Water Reuse Demonstration Project: Survey Report.

Higgins, J. (1994, July 1994). Employment trends and training schemes in a New Zealand youth labour market: policy or skills mismatch?Paper presented at the International Working Party on Labour Market Segregation ,16th Conference, Strassbourg.

Higgins, J. (1995, December 1995). No longer a burning social issue? The closure of the unemployment debate in New Zealand. Paper presented at the Sociological Association of New Zealand, Akaroa.

Higgins, J. (1995). Skills and schemes: the training response to youth unemployment. In P. Morrison (Ed.), Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand: Proceedings of the Sixth Conference (pp. 195-205). Wellington: University of Victoria.

Higgins, J. (1995, December 1995). Skills and Schemes: the training response to youth unemployment. Paper presented at the Sixth Conference, Labour, Employment and Work, Victoria, University of Wellington.

Higgins, J. (1995). The task force on unemployment: an experience of deja vu? New Zealand Political review, 4(1), 6-7.

Higgins, J. (1997). No longer a burning social issue? Employment assistance policy and the closure of the unemployment debate in New Zealand. Journal of Sociology, 33(2), 137-152.

Higgins, J. (1997). Policy trade-offs in social service contracting: a case for transparency in policy discourse. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand(9 November), 1-15.

Higgins, J. (1997). Social Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Critical perspective: Book review. Social Work Review.

Higgins, J. (1998, 12-15 February 1998). Rolling back the State? The rise and fall of the state in the lives of benefit recipients. Paper presented at the Social responsibility: Whose Agenda? Conference, Massey University, Albany Campus.

Higgins, J. (1998, 14 September 1998). Social responsibility, surveillance and the state of welfare in New Zealand. Paper presented at the Seminar in the "Making History' Series, University of Canterbury.

Higgins, J. (1999, 23 July 1999). The Disappearing Middle? Youth labour market destinations in Christchurch 1976 - 1996. Paper presented at the Seminar, Department of Sociology, University of Canterbury.

Higgins, J. (1999). From welfare to workfare. In J. Boston, P. Dalziel & S. St John (Eds.), Redseigning the Welfare State in New Zealand: Problems, Policies and Prospects. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Higgins, J. (2000). Poverty, Social Assistance and the Employability of Mothers: Book Review of. Womens's Studies Journal, 16(2).

Higgins, J. (2000). Social Policy and Risk: Book Review. New Zealand Sociology.

Higgins, J. (2001, 28-30 June). Access denied? School Leavers, employment and the knowledge economy in Aotearoa New Zealand. Paper presented at the Children and Young People: Their Environments, Children's Issues Centre, University of Otage, Dunedin.

Higgins, J. (2001, 6-9 September). Sharing sociological stories: reflections on teaching sociology in prison. Paper presented at the Starting at where they are, International Conference on Young people and Informal Education, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Higgins, J. (2001, 4-6 July). Young people, Transitions, and Labour Market Power: Coping with Complexity. Paper presented at the Competing Visions, Australian National Social Policy Conference, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Higgins, J. (2001). Young Workers in a Deindustrialising Economy: the case of Christchurch 1976-1996. New Zealand Geographer, 57(1), 36-48.

Higgins, J., & Dalziel, P. (1997, 5-7 July 1997). New Zealand's social policy reforms: making the trade-offs visible. Paper presented at the Ninth International Conference on Socio-Economics, Universite de Montreal.

Higgins, J., & Dalziel, P. (2002). Experience and suitability of job applicants: two policy issues from a survey of employers. Labour Market Bulletin(Special Issue 2000-2002), 157-171.

Higgins, J., Dalziel, P., & Drummond, M. (2001). Employer Demand for Skilled Workers in Christchurch: A Report Prepared for the Mayoral Taskforce on Poverty. Christchurch: Christchurch City Council, University of Canterbury.

Higgins, J., & Du Plessis, R. (1997). Feminism. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand Politics in Transition (pp. 328-340). Auckland: Oxford University Press.

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Jaber, N. (1995). From Unveiling to Re-Veiling: Islam and the Women's Movements. Journal of Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, 2(1), 1-14.

Jaber, N. (1997). International Women's Day: When the Local is Global. Paper presented at the Voice of Arabic Women Conference Proceedings, Melbourne, Australia.

Jaber, N. (1997). Islam Revisited: (Wo)manhood, Nationhood and the Crisis of Gender Equality. In P. J. White & W. S. Logan (Eds.), Remaking the Middle East. Oxford and Washington: Berg Publication.

Jaber, N. (1998). Postcoloniality, Identity and the Politics of Location. In R. Du Plessis & L. Alice (Eds.), Feminist Thought In Aotearoa/New Zealand (pp. 37-43). Auckland: Oxford University Press.

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