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  • Challenges and Solutions. CIRN Prato Conference

    Author: 
    Eds, Larry Stillman, Tom Denison, Misita Anwar
    Publisher: 
    Centre for Community and Social Informatics, Faculty of IT, Monash University.
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2015 - 13th Prato CIRN Community Informatics Research Network Conference. Privilege, Information, Knowledge & Power: An endless dilemma? (09/11)
  • China in the World: Migration, Settlement, Diaspora Formations and Transnational Linkages. Vol. 174

    Author: 
    Baldassar, L., & Pookong, K. (Eds.)
    Publisher: 
    Queen’s Policy Studies Series. Canada: McGill-Queen’s University Press
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    In September 2011, the leading scholars of Chinese migration around the world gathered in Prato, Italy - home of one of the largest Chinese communities in Europe - for an international conference on the movement of people out of China, their return, and the transnational networks that link migrant Chinese peoples to their homeland. The result of that gathering, this book is an in-depth analysis of one of the largest and most important ongoing diasporas in human history. China in the World delivers a complete assessment of both the history and key contemporary debates relating to Chinese migration and settlement around the world. Each of the chapters examines a particular region that has played a significant role in the development of Chinese diasporas. The authors pay particular attention to the process of integration in host countries as well as the nature of continuing transnational ties to the homeland, and include analysis of generational, gender, and class distinctions. In addition to vibrant case studies and engaging accounts of everyday experiences at personal, family, and community levels, the book also considers the involvement of state governments and their relationships to China. A definitive analysis of relocation and settlement patterns, key issues, and current contexts of the Chinese diaspora, China in the World is a major addition to the scholarship on human migration. Contributors include Daniele Cologna (Insubria University), Evelyn Hu-DeHart (Brown University), Emmanuel Ma Mung Kuang (Universite De Poitiers), Lucia Lo (York University), Gabi Dei Ottati (University of Florence), Yoon Yung Park (Rhodes University), Miri Song (University of Kent), Junko Tajima (Hosei University), and Min Zhou (University of California). Outcome of: 2011 - China in the World (22/09)
  • Coercive Relief – Reflections on Supervision and Enforcement Constraints

    Author: 
    Jeff Berryman and Robyn Carroll.
    Publisher: 
    University of Western Australia Law Review, 38 (1), 123-142.
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Eighth Remedies Discussion Forum (10/06)
  • Compelled Apologies as a Legal Remedy: Some Thoughts from a Civil Law Jurisdiction

    Author: 
    Andrea Zwart-Hink, Arno Akkermans, Kiliaan va Wees.
    Publisher: 
    University of Western Australia Law Review, 38 (1), 100-122.
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Eighth Remedies Discussion Forum (10/06)
  • Concept Learning in Neuromorphic Vision Systems: What Can We Learn from Insects?

    Author: 
    Sandin F, Khan AI, Dyer AG, Amin AHM, Indiveri G, Chicca E, Osipov E.
    Publisher: 
    in Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, 7 (5), 387–395.
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Bio-inspired computing and novel technology for networks of tiny wireless sensor devices (04/12)
  • DisLocated Readings: Translation and Transnationalism.

    Author: 
    Gerber, L. and Wilson, R.
    Publisher: 
    Special Issue of the Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature. Vol 14, No 1
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2010 - Found in Translation: Textual Explorations of Australia and the World (21/09)
  • Equitable compensation and remoteness: not so remote from the common law after all

    Author: 
    Jensen Darryn
    Publisher: 
    Special Issue: Remedies" [2014] (UWALawRw) 12; (2014) 38(1) University of Western Australia Law Review
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Eighth Remedies Discussion Forum (10/06)
  • Equitable compensation and remoteness: not so remote from the common law after all

    Author: 
    Katy Barnett.
    Publisher: 
    University of Western Australia Law Review, 38 (1), 48-79
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Eighth Remedies Discussion Forum (10/06)
  • Filicide and Parental Separation and Divorce

    Author: 
    Brown, T., Tyson, D., Fernandez Arias, P.
    Publisher: 
    Child Abuse Review, UK, Special Themed Issue on Filicide, March/April, Vol, 23, Issue 2, pp 79-88
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Addressing Filicide: Inaugural International Conference for Cross National Dialogue (30/05)
  • Filicide: Recasting Research and Intervention (editorial)

    Author: 
    Brown, T., Tyson, D.
    Publisher: 
    Child Abuse Review, UK, Special Themed Issue on Filicide, March/April, Vol, 23, Issue 2, pp 75-78
    Date: 
    2014
    Note: 
    Outcome of: 2013 - Addressing Filicide: Inaugural International Conference for Cross National Dialogue (30/05)

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