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2018‘I am a British subject’: Indians in Australia claiming their rights, 1880–1940Allen, M.
2017‘I am somewhat puzzled’: questions, audiences and securitization in the proscription of terrorist organizationsJarvis, L.; Legrand, T.
2018"I aspire to look and feel healthy like the posts convey": engagement with fitness inspiration on social media and perceptions of its influence on health and wellbeingRaggatt, M.; Wright, C.J.C.; Carrotte, E.; Jenkinson, R.; Mulgrew, K.; Prichard, I.; Lim, M.S.C.
2012'I can do it, and how!' Student experience in access and equity pathways to higher educationHabel, C.
2012I can see for miles: re-visualizing the internetKnight, S.; Falkner, N.; Nguyen, H.; Tune, P.; Roughan, M.
2009'I can't be green if I'm in the red!' The creation of high resolution broad scale economic estimates to assist in the decision to adopt alternative land uses in the sa cropping regionLyle, G.; Kilpatrick, A.; Ostendorf, B.; Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Biennial International Conference (2009 : Adelaide, Australia)
2018‘I cannot explain it. I knew it was wrong’: a public account of cigarette smoking in pregnancyHodgetts, K.; Crabb, S.
2008I could have saved you linguists a lot of time and trouble: 180 years of research and documentation of South Australia’s indigenous languages, 1826-2006Simpson, J.; Amery, R.; Gale, M.; William McGregor
2015"I do feel like a scientist at times": A qualitative study of the acceptability of molecular point-of-care testing for chlamydia and gonorrhoea to primary care professionals in a remote high STI burden settingNatoli, L.; Guy, R.; Shephard, M.; Causer, L.; Badman, S.; Hengel, B.; Tangey, A.; Ward, J.; Coburn, T.; Anderson, D.; Kaldor, J.; Maher, L.; TTANGO Investigators; Kumar, S.
2012'I don't believe in discrimination but... this is just too far': political discourse in the Australian marriage equality debateMatthews, N.; Augoustinos, M.
2020I don't like crickets, I love them: invertebrates are an important prey source for varanid lizardsCross, S.L.; Craig, M.D.; Tomlinson, S.; Bateman, P.W.
2008'I don't think general practice should be the front line': experiences of general practitioners working with refugees in South AustraliaJohnson, D.; Ziersch, A.; Burgess, T.
2012"I don't think it's dangerous when it's wine": Danish alcohol culture from a public health perspectiveGronkjaer, M.; Curtis, T.; de Crespigny, C.; Delmar, C.; 18th Qualitative Health Research Conference (QHR 2012) (23 Oct 2012 - 25 Oct 2012 : Montreal, Quebec)
2016‘I don't view myself as a woman politician, I view myself as a politician who's a woman’: the discursive management of gender identity in political leadershipSorrentino, J.; Augoustinos, M.
2015'I don't want to be here but I feel safe': referral and admission to a child and adolescent psychiatric inpatient unit: the young person's perspectiveSalamone-Violi, G.; Chur-Hansen, A.; Winefield, H.
2011"I don't want to play follow the leader": Three proposals for reform of the cross-examination of child witnessesCaruso, D.
2017‘I don’t want to think about it’ concerns about sheep and beef cattle transportation and slaughter amongst Australian meat consumersBuddle, E.; Bray, H.; Pitchford, W.; Ankeny, R.; 63rd International Congress of Meat Science and Technology (ICoMST) (13 Aug 2017 - 18 Aug 2017 : Cork, Ireland)
2020“I feel abused by my own mind”: themes of control in men’s online accounts of living with anxietyDrioli-Phillips, P.G.; Oxlad, M.; Feo, R.; Scholz, B.; Le Couteur, A.
2018"I feel more comfortable speaking to a male": Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men's discourse on utilizing primary health care servicesCanuto, K.; Wittert, G.; Harfield, S.; Brown, A.
2018"I feel sorry for them": Australian meat consumers' perceptions about sheep and beef cattle transportationBuddle, E.; Bray, H.; Ankeny, R.