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2020(Re)building home and community within and through the social housing sector: lessons from a South Australian approachTually, S.; Skinner, W.; Faulkner, D.; Goodwin-Smith, I.
2004Re-embodiment and rehabilitationChiveralls, Keri Roslyn
2005Re-enchanting terrorism: Jihadists as "liminal beings"Saniotis, A.
2011Re-framing drama for developmentSkuse, A.; Skuse, A.; Gillespie, M.; Power, G.
2010Re-gendering Chinese history: Zhao Mei's Emperor Wu ZetianSong, X.
2011Re-imagining city waterfronts: A comparative analysis of governing renewal in Adelaide, Darwin and MelbourneOakley, S.
2000Re-mapping carnival: gender, sexuality and power in a Martinican festivalMurray, David Alexander Bruce
1998Re-Orienting Western FeminismsBulbeck, M.
1995Reading Catherine Martin's An Australian GirlAllen, M.
2000Reading Karobran by Monica ClaireJones, J. A.
1994Reading Yoshio Sugimoto's '6000 Days in Australia'Aoki, N.; Yoneyama, S.
2003Readings in cultural geography.Gale, Gwendoline Fay
2012Realising free health care for the poor in Indonesia: the politics of illegal feesRosser, A.
2015Realising rights in low quality democracies: instructive Asian casesRosser, A.
2002Reality bites: Employment policy in a measurement vacuumBarrett, S.; Ellen Carlson; Path to Full Employment Conference (2002 : Newcastle, N.S.W.)
2009Rebuilding governance in failed states: the case of Timor LesteRosser, A.; Hout, W.; Robison, R.
1995Rebuilding the house of LabourPocock, Barbara A.
2009Recent developments in Indian migration to Australia (with special reference to academics)Hugo, G.; Dasvarma, G.; Gopal, D.; Mayne, A.
2004Recent population movements between South Asia and Australia: Trends and implicationsHugo, G.; Rumley, D.; Chaturvedi, S.
2000Recent Trends in the Ageing of Australia's Population and Their ImplicationsHugo, G.; Older Australians: A Working Future? (7 Nov 1999 : Adelaide, Australia)