In 2015 Institute staff, Tropical Leaders and their teams, Research Fellows, Visiting Scholars and Adjuncts produced five books, 19 book chapters, 68 journal articles, three theses, 33 conference papers, 13 reports and six commentaries.
Aikhenvald, A. Y. (2015). The art of grammar: A practical guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cunneen, C., White, R., & Richards, K. (2015). Juvenile justice: Youth and crime in Australia (5th ed.). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Evans, N., Lasen, M., & Tsey, K. (2015). A systematic review of rural development research: Characteristics, design quality and engagement with sustainability. Cham: Springer.
Hanusch, F., McMullin, G., Thornton, M., Spiller, K., Strachan, G., French, E., & Rodgers-Healey, D. (Eds.). (2015). Pathways to gender equality in Australia: The role of merit and quotas. Minnamurra, NSW: Australian Centre for Leadership for Women (ACLW). [Rodgers-Healy Adjunct]
Petray, T., & Stephens, A. (Eds.). (2015). Refereed proceedings of TASA 2015 conference: Neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific. Cairns: James Cook University.
Cunneen, C. (in press). Indigenous peoples and rural criminology. In J. F. Donnemeyer (Ed.), The Routledge international handbook of rural criminology. London: Routledge.
Cunneen, C., & Goldson, B. (2015). Restorative justice? A critical analysis. In B. Goldson & J. Muncie (Eds.), Youth crime and justice (pp. 137-154). Los Angeles: Sage.
Cunneen, C., & Rowe, S. (in press). Decolonising Indigenous victimisation. In D. Wilson & S. Ross (Eds.), Crime, victims and policy: International contexts, local experiences. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Dyer, M. (2015). Neoliberalism and the international gender-development agenda: Escaping lyrical metaphorical seduction in the Solomon Islands. In T. Petray & A. Stephens (Eds.), Refereed proceedings of TASA 2015 conference: Neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific (pp. 116-122). Cairns: James Cook University. [Dyer PhD student]
Fibiger, T., & Otto, T. (2015). Det gælder liv og død! Ny etnografi på Moesgaard Museum. In U. Johansson Dahre & T. Fibiger (Eds.), Etnografi på museum. Visioner og udfordringer for etnografiske museer i Norden (pp. 153-172). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
Gabriel, J. (2015). ‘Evergreen’ and REDD+ in the forests of Oceania. In J. A. Bell, P. West & C. Filer (Eds.), Tropical forests of Oceania: Anthropological perspectives (pp. 237-263). Acton, ACT: ANU Press. [Gabriel Research Fellow]
Graham, D. G. (2015). Lost to view: The resilience of Indigenous Australians in the face of systematic racism. In V. Pulla & B. Bhushan Mamidi (Eds.), Some aspects of community empowerment and resilience (pp. 49-62). Mumbai: Allied Publishers. [Graham Research Fellow]
Greiner, R. (2015). Pastoralism and biodiversity conservation in the tropical north of Australia. In P. Figgis, B. Mackey, J. Fitzsimmons, J. Irving & P. Clarke (Eds.), Valuing nature: Protected areas and ecosytem services (pp. 44-49). Sydney: Australian Committee for IUCN. [Adjunct]
Hogan, A., Cleary, J., Lockie, S., Young, M., & Daniell, K. (2015). Localism and the policy goal of securing the socio-economic viability of rural and regional Australia. In A. Hogan & M. Young (Eds.), Rural and regional futures (pp. 260-281). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
Lasen, M., Tomas, L., Whitehouse, H., Sorin, R., Evans, N. S., & Stevenson, R. B. (2015). A case study of an Australian university embedding EfS in a pre-service teaching program. In S. K. Stratton, R. Hagevik, A. Feldman & M. Bloom (Eds.), Educating science teachers for sustainability (pp. 323-346). Cham: Springer.
Lockie, S., & Ransan-Cooper, H. (2015). Biodiversity and sustainable development. In M. Redclift & D. Springett (Eds.), Routledge international handbook of sustainable development (pp. 123-135). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
Lockie, S., & Wong, C. M. L. (in press). Risk, sustainability and time: Sociological perspectives. In H. Schandl & I. Walker (Eds.), Sustainability: Social science contributions. Australia: CSIRO.
Newton Cain, T. (2015). The renaissance of the Melanesian spearhead group. In G. Fry & S. Tarte (Eds.), New Pacific diplomacy (pp. 151-160). Acton, ACT: ANU Press. [Adjunct]
Otto, T. (2015). Towards a theory of tradition and agency. In L. Picht, K. Schmidt, G. Schmitz & L. Wiggering (Eds.), The limits of change (pp. 31-54). Berlin: Neofelis Verlag.
Stephens, A. (2015). Ecofeminism and systems thinking: Shared ethics of care for action research. In H. Bradbury (Ed.), The Sage handbook of action research (3rd ed., pp. 564-572). London: Sage Publications Ltd.
Stevenson, R. B., Ferreira, J.-A., Evans, N. S., & Davis, J. (2015). Beyond science education: Embedding sustainability in teacher education systems. In S. K. Stratton, R. Hagevik, A. Feldman & M. Bloom (Eds.), Educating science teachers for sustainability (pp. 381-398). Cham: Springer.
Tennent, R., & Lockie, S. (2015). Natural resource management in Australia: A historical summary. In A. Hogan & M. Young (Eds.), Rural and regional futures (pp. 71-83). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
White, R., & Cunneen, C. (2015). Social class, youth crime and youth justice. In B. Goldson & J. Mincie (Eds.), Youth crime and justice (pp. 17-30). Los Angeles: Sage.
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015). Fruits for animals: Hunting avoidance speech style in Murui (Witoto, Northwest Amazonia). In A. E. Jurgensen, H. Sande, S. Lamoureux, K. Baclawski & A. Zerbe (Eds.), Proceedings of the Annual Meetings of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (Vol. 41, pp. 545-561). Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Linguistics Society. [PhD student]
Addison, J., & Greiner, R. (2015). Applying the social–ecological systems framework to the evaluation and design of payment for ecosystem service schemes in the Eurasian steppe. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15 October. doi: 10.1007/s10531-015-1016-3 [Greiner Adjunct]
Aikhenvald, A. Y. (2015). Body, mind, and spirit: What makes up a person in Manambu? Studies in Language, 39(1), 85-116. doi: 10.1075/sl.39.1.04aik
Aikhenvald, A. Y. (2015). Differential case in Yalaku. Oceanic Linguistics, 54(1), 240-269.
Aikhenvald, A. Y. (2015). Distance, direction, and relevance: How to choose and use a demonstrative in Manambu. Anthropological Linguistics, 57(1), 1-45. doi:10.1353/anl.2015.0003
Aiton, G. (2015). Repetition and anaphora as a cohesive device in Eibela discourse. Language and Linguistics in Melanesia, 33(2), 35-44. [PhD student]
Allen, M. (2015). Ghostly remains and converging memories: Yūshūkan and the Australian War Memorial exhibit the Pacific War. Asian Studies Review, 39(3), 430-446. doi: 10.1080/10357823.2015.1053839 [Adjunct]
Allen, M. (2015). Producing Okinawan cultural identity in Hawai`i's 'multicultural paradise'. The Asia-Pacific Journal, 13(9), 1-10.
Alvanoudi, A. (2015). The routine achievement of gender in Greek interaction. Gender and Language, 9(1), 11-31. doi: 10.1558/genl.v9i1.18456
Álvarez-Romero, J. G., Adams, V. M., Pressey, R. L., Douglas, M., Dale, A. P., Augé, A. A., . . . Perdrisat, I. (2015). Integrated cross-realm planning: A decision-makers' perspective. Biological Conservation, 191, 799-808. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.07.003
Bainbridge, R., Tsey, K., McCalman, J., Kinchin, I., Saunders, V., Watkin Lui, F., . . . Lawson, K. (2015). No one’s discussing the elephant in the room: Contemplating questions of research impact and benefit in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australian health research. BMC Public Health, 15(696). doi: 0.1186/s12889-015-2052-3
Baldry, E., Carlton, B., & Cunneen, C. (2015). Abolitionism and the paradox of penal reform in Australia: Indigenous women, colonial patriarchy and co-option. Social Justice, 41(3), 168-189. doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2200781
Barnett, A., Abrantes, K. G., Baker, R., Diedrich, A. S., Farr, M., Kuilboer, A., . . . Sheaves, M. (2015). Sportfisheries, conservation and sustainable livelihoods: a multidisciplinary guide to developing best practice. Fish and Fisheries, 30 December 2015. doi:10.1111/faf.12140
Bos, M., Pressey, R. L., & Stoeckl, N. (2015). Marine conservation finance: The need for and scope of an emerging field. Ocean & Coastal Management, 114(September 2015), 116-128. doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.06.021
Campbell, F. (2015). The Cape York welfare reform - Continuing acts of paternalism. QUT Law Review, 15(1), 114-136. doi: 10.5204/qutlr.v15i1.558 [PhD student]
Charlson, F., Redman-MacLaren, M., & Hunter, E. (2015). Evaluation of a Leadership in Mental Health course for Pacific Island Nation delegates. Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 38-41. doi: 10.1177/1039856215612977 [Hunter Research Fellow]
Cheer K. (2015). Asia-Pacific women's experiences of stillbirth: A metasynthesis of qualitative literature. Health Care for Women International 37(8), 889-905. doi: 10.1080/07399332.2015.1080261
Clifford, A., McCalman, J., Bainbridge, R., & Tsey, K. (2015). Interventions to improve cultural competency in health care for Indigenous peoples of Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA: A systematic review. International Journal of Quality in Healthcare, 27(2), 89-98. doi: 10.1093/intqhc/mzv010
Cunneen, C. (2015/2016). Surveillance, stigma, removal: Indigenous child welfare and juvenile justice in the age of neoliberalism. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 19(1), 32-45.
Dale, A. (2015). Engaged environmental citizenship [Book Review]. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 22(1), 84-85. doi: 10.1080/14486563.2014.998598
Dale, A., Vella, K., & Cottrell, A. (2015). Can social resilience inform SA/SIA for adaptive planning for climate change in vulnerable regions? Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, 7(1), 93-104. doi: 10.1080/19390459.2014.963371
Davis, J., O'Grady, A. P., Dale, A., Arthington, A. H., Gell, P. A., Drive, P. D., . . . Specht, A. (2015). When trends intersect: The challenge of protecting freshwater ecosystems under multiple land use and hydrological intensification scenarios. Science of the Total Environment, 534, 65-78. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.03.127
Esparon, M., Stoeckl, N., Farr, M., & Larson, S. (2015). The significance of environmental values for destination competitiveness and sustainable tourism strategy making: Insights from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 23(5), 706-725. doi: 10.1080/09669582.2014.998678
Forker, D. (2015). Towards a semantic map for intensifying particles: Evidence from Avar. STUF - Language Typology and Universals, 68(4), 485-513. doi: 10.1515/stuf-2015-002 [Adjunct]
Fredericks, B., Clapham, K., Bessarab, D., Dudgeon, P., Bainbridge, R., Ball, R., . . . Daniels, C. (2015). Developing pictorial conceptual metaphors as a means of understanding and changing the Australian health system for Indigenous people. ALARj-Action Learning Action Research Journal, 21(1), 77-107.
Gabriel, J., & Wood, M. (2015). The Rimbunan Hijau Group in the forests of Papua New Guinea. The Journal of Pacific History, 50(3), 322-343. doi: 10.1080/00223344.2015.1060925
Garnett, S. T., Duursma, D. E., Ehmke, G., Guay, P.-J., Stewart, A., Szabo, J. K., Western, M. A., Bennett, S., Crowley, G. M., Drynan, D., Dutson, G., Fitzherbert, K., & Franklin, D. C. (2015). Biological, ecological, conservation and legal information for all species and subspecies of Australian bird. Scientific Data, 2(150061). doi: 10.1038/sdata.2015.61 [Crowley Adjunct]
Gopalkrishnan, N., & Babacan, H. (2015). Cultural diversity and mental health. Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 6-8. doi: 10.1177/1039856215609769 [Gopalkrishnan Research fellow; Babacan Adjunct]
Greiner, R. (2015). Factors influencing farmers’ participation in contractual biodiversity conservation: a choice experiment with northern Australian pastoralists. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 58, 1-21. doi: 10.1111/1467-8489.12098 [Adjunct]
Greiner, R. (2015). Motivations and attitudes influence farmers' willingness to participate in biodiversity conservation contracts. Agricultural Systems, 137, 154-165. doi: 10.1016/j.agsy.2015.04.005 [Adjunct]
Guérin, V. (2015). Demonstrative verbs: A typology of verbal manner deixis. Linguistic Typology, 19(2), 141-199. doi: 10.1515/lingty-2015-0006
Hicks, C. C., Cinner, J. E., Stoeckl, N., & McClanahan, T. R. (2015). Linking ecosystem services and human-values theory. Conservation Biology, 29(5), 1471-1480. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12550
Hunter, E. (2015). Arc of instability or arc of opportunity? Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 6. doi: 10.1177/1039856215610233 [Hunter Research Fellow]
Hunter, E., Thusanth, S., McCalman, J., & Gopalkrishnan, N. (2015). Mental health in the island nations of the Western Pacific: A rapid review of the literature. Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 9-12. doi: 10.1177/1039856215610018 [Hunter Research Fellow; Gopalkrishnan Research Fellow]
Jacups, S. P., Carter, J., Kurucz, N., McDonnell, J., & Whelan, P. I. (2015). Determining meteorological drivers of salt marsh mosquito peaks in tropical northern Australia. Journal of Vector Ecology, 40(2), 277-281. doi: 10.1111/jvec.12165
Jacups, S., & Rogerson, B. (2015). Lifetime influences for cannabis cessation in male incarcerated Indigenous Australians. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 47(2), 117-124. doi: 10.1080/02791072.2015.1014949
Jainullabudeen, T. A., Lively, A., Singleton, M., Shakeshaft, A., Tsey, K., McCalman, J., . . . Jacups, S. (2015). The impact of a community-based risky drinking intervention (Beat da Binge) on Indigenous young people. BMC Public Health, 15(1), 1-7. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2675-4
Kinchin, I., Jacups, S., Tsey, K., & Lines, K. (2015). An empowerment intervention for Indigenous communities: An outcome assessment. BMC Psychology, 3(29). doi: 10.1186/s40359-015-0086-z
Kitau, R. (2015). Implementing the New Papua New Guinea National Health Gender Policy - Some challenges and opportunities. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, 9(1), 23-32. [PhD student]
Larson, S., Kironi, D. G. C., Tjandraatmadja, G., & Barkey, R. (2015). Monitoring and evaluation approaches in water resources project design: Experiences from an urban water system climate change adaptation project in Indonesia. Water Policy, 8 December. doi: 10.2166/wp.2015.144
Larson, S., Stoeckl, N., Farr, M., & Esparon, M. (2015). The role the Great Barrier Reef plays in resident wellbeing and implications for its management. Ambio, 44(3), 166-177. doi: 10.1007/s13280-014-0554-3
Lockie, S. (2015). Emergent themes? A year in the life of Environmental Sociology. Environmental Sociology, 1(4), 237-240. doi: 10.1080/23251042.2015.1125610
Lockie, S. (2015). What is environmental sociology? Environmental Sociology 1(3), 139-142. doi: 10.1080/23251042.2015.1066084
Lockie, S. (2015). Where is sociology? Global environmental change and the social sciences. Global Dialogue, 5(4).
Lockie, S. (2015). Why environmental sociology? Environmental Sociology, 1(1), 1-3. doi: 10.1080/23251042.2015.1022983
Long, S. A., Jacups, S. P., & Ritchie, S. A. (2015). Lethal ovitrap deployment for Aedes aegypti control: Potential implications for non-target organisms. Journal of Vector Ecology, 40(1), 139-145. doi: 10.1111/jvec.12142
McCalman, J., Searles, A., Bainbridge, R., Ham, R., Mein, J., Neville, J., . . . Tsey, K. (2015). Empowering families by engaging and relating Murri way: A grounded theory study of the implementation of the Cape York Baby Basket program. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 15(119). doi: 10.1186/s12884-015-0543-y
Mihas, E. (2015). An ethnography of the standardization reform: A case of policy-making in the context of the Upper Perené Arawak community of Peru. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2015(234), 161-188. doi: 10.1515/ijsl-2015-0010
Mihas, E. (2015). Landscape terms in Alto Perené Kampa (Arawak) of Peru. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia: International Journal of Linguistics, 47(2), 101-135. doi: 10.1080/03740463.2015.1096599
Newton Cain, T. (2015). Rebuild or reform: Regional and subregional architecture in the Pacific island region. Journal de la Société des Océanistes, 140(1), 49-58. [Adjunct]
Nicholls, J., & Stevenson, R. B. (2015). Queensland teachers’ understandings of education for climate change. etropic, 14(1), 21-27. [Nicholls PhD student]
Otto, T. (2015). Transformations of cultural heritage in Melanesia: From kastam to kalsa. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21(2), 117-132. doi: 10.1080/13527258.2014.914559
Pert, P. L., Hill, R., Maclean, K., Dale, A., Rist, P., Schmider, J., . . . Tawake, L. (2015). Mapping cultural ecosystem services with rainforest aboriginal peoples: Integrating biocultural diversity, governance and social variation. Ecosystem Services, 13, 41-56. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2014.10.012
Potts, R., Vella, K., Dale, A., & Sipe, N. (2015). A study of governance arrangements for land use and natural resource management planning in Cape York Peninsula. Australian Geographer, 46(3), 389-409. doi: 10.1080/00049182.2015.1048594
Ray, R. A., Young, L., & Lindsay, D. B. (2015). The influences of background on beginning medical students' perceptions of rural medical practice. BMC Medical Education, 15. doi: 10.1186/s12909-015-0339-9 [Lindsay PhD student]
Rogerson, B., & Jacups, S. P. (2015). ‘Stressing out’: Defining severity of cannabis withdrawal symptoms in Australian Indigenous inmates. Journal of Substance Use, 21(4), 368-373. doi: 10.3109/14659891.2015.1035347
Saunders, V., Sherwood, J., & Usher, K. (2015). If you knew the end of the story, would you still want to hear it? Using poetry to (re)present research for Aboriginal recovery. The Qualitative Report, 20(10), 1594-1608. [Saunders PhD student]
Sayer, J., Margules, C., Boedhihartono, A. K., Dale, A., Sunderland, T., Supriatna, J., & Saryanthi, R. (2015). Landscape approaches; what are the pre-conditions for success? Sustainability Science, 10(2), 345-355. doi: 10.1007/s11625-014-0281-5
Sayer, J., Margules, C., Bohnet, I., Boedhihartono, A., Pierce, R., Dale, A., & Andrews, K. (2015). The role of citizen science in landscape and seascape approaches to integrating conservation and development. Land Use Policy, 4, 1200-1212. doi:10.3390/land4041200
Snijder, M., Shakeshaft, A., Wagemakers, A., Stephens, A., & Calabria, B. (2015). A systematic review of studies evaluating Australian indigenous community development projects: The extent of community participation, their methodological quality and their outcomes. BMC Public Health, 15(1154), 1-16. doi: 10.1186/s12889-015-2514-7
Stephens, A., Oppermann, E., Turnour, J., Brewer, T., O'Brien, C., Rayner, T., . . . Dale, A. P. (2015). Identifying tensions in the development of northern Australia: Implications for governance. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 17(1), Article 5.
Stoeckl, N., Chaiechi, T., Farr, M., Jarvis, D., Álvarez-Romero, J. G., Kennard, M. J., . . . Pressey, R. L. (2015). Co-benefits and trade-offs between agriculture and conservation: A case study in Northern Australia. Biological Conservation, 191, 478-494. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.07.032
Tomas, L., Lasen, M., Field, E., & Skamp, K. (2015). Promoting online students' engagement and learning in science and sustainability preservice teacher education. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 40(11), 79-107. doi: 10.14221/ajte.2015v40n11.5
Tsey, K. (2015). A brighter future for life in the tropics: Translating big picture academic vision into practical research. Journal of Tropical Psychology, 5(e7). doi: 10.1017/jtp.2015.7
van den Berg, R. (2015). The loss of clusivity and the rise of gender in West Oceanic pronominals. Journal of the Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea, 33(1), 10-47. [Visiting Scholar]
Vella, K., Sipe, N., Dale, A., & Taylor, B. (2015). Not learning from the past: Adaptive governance challenges for Australian natural resource management. Geographical Research, 53(4), 379-392. doi: 10.1111/1745-5871.12115
Wong, C. M. L. (2015). Energy security in Southeast Asia? Let’s start with the future. Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, 18.
Wong, C. M. L. (2015). The mutable nature of risk and acceptability: A hybrid risk governance framework. Risk Analysis, 35(11), 1969-1982. doi: 10.1111/risa.12429
Wong, C. M. L. (2015). Organisational risk perception and transformations in India’s nuclear establishment. Journal of Risk Research, 18(8), 1012-1029. doi: 10.1080/13669877.2014.910697
Boettger, J. (2015). Topics in the grammar of Lele: A language of Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. (PhD), James Cook University, Cairns.
Mosby, V. P. (2016). Torres Strait Islanders' experiences of contemporary out-movement: a grounded theory of 'Living in Two Worlds'. James Cook University, Cairns.
Thompson, M. (2016). Tourism in agricultural regions in Australia: Developing experiences from agricultural resources. (PhD), James Cook University, Cairns.
Aiton, G. (2015, June). Discourse organization in Eibela utilizing repetitive structures. Paper presented at the Linguistics Society of Papua New Guinea 49th Annual Conference: Promoting Language Education for Sustainable Development, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Bellafquih, R., Dale, A., Prideaux, B., Turnour, J., Rist, P., Jeffrey, S., & Schmider, J. (2015, June). Celebrating the cultural values of this Australian rainforest region World Heritage Area. Paper presented at the National Native Title Conference 2015, Port Douglas.
Dyer, M. (2015, October). How to walk in someone else’s shoes when they go barefoot: A self-reflexive exploration of assumptions about poverty, deprivation and development based on fieldwork in a Solomon Island’s village. Paper presented at the College of Arts, Society and Education Showcase, James Cook University, Townsville. [PhD student]
Ferdandez, C. (2015, February). An investigation of relative flood experiences and life satisfaction of Filipinos. Paper presented at the 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. [PhD student]
Field, E. (2015, Jun-Jul). Situating slacktivism: youth-usage of social media and youth conceptualizations of environmental and social justice activism. Paper presented at the 8th WEEC: Planet and people - how can they develop together?, Gothenburg, Sweden. [PhD student]
Field, E., Nicholls, J., Aguayo, C., & Higgins, B. (2015, Jun-Jul). The next wave of researchers”: Post-graduate and early career researchers working together to advance the field- Part II. Symposium presented at the 8th WEEC: Planet and people - how can they develop together? Gothenburg, Sweden. [Field and Nicholls PhD students]
Forker, D. (2015, July). Categorization in typology. Paper presented at the Categories in Grammar – Criteria and Limitations workshop, Freie Universität Berlin. [Adjunct]
Indigenous Legal Needs Project. (2015, May). The civil and family law needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia: The Indigenous legal needs project. Paper presented at the Financial Counselling Australia Conference, Canberra 20 May 2015. [Allison PhD student]
Indigenous Legal Needs Project. (2015, February). The civil and family law needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia: The indigenous legal needs project. Paper presented at the Victorian Federation of Community Legal Centres Indigenous Legal Needs forum, Melbourne. [Allison PhD student]
Indigenous Legal Needs Project. (2015, February). The civil and family law needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia: The indigenous legal needs project. Paper presented at the Legal Aid Summer Series, Perth. [Allison PhD student]
Jarvis, D. (2015, February). Could climate change redistribute global tourism activity by impacting trip satisfaction? In E. Wilson & M. Witsel (Eds.), CAUTHE 2015: Rising Tides and Sea Changes: Adaptation and Innovation in Tourism and Hospitality (pp. 178-190). Gold Coast, QLD: School of Business and Tourism, Southern Cross University. [PhD student]
Li, Q. (2015, February). Coal mining and human well-being. Paper presented at the 14th East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference on the Asia-Pacific Region, Honolulu, Hawai‘i. [PhD student]
Lundberg, A. (2015, August). Women’s space: Empowering networks. Paper presented at the International Conference on Women and Social Transformation: New era of a just and gender-fair society (ICWS-2015), Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India. [Research Fellow]
Menadue, B. (2015, November). Science fiction: Cultural fact, how science fiction can help scientists achieve more considered research outcomes. Paper presented at the The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association: Neoliberalism and Contemporary Challenges for the Asia-Pacific, Cairns. [PhD student]
Menadue, B. (2015). Science fiction: Cultural fact, how science fiction can help scientists achieve more considered research outcomes. Paper presented at the College of Arts, Society and Education internal faculty seminar, Cairns. [PhD student]
Nicholls, J. (2015, Jun-Jul). Teachers' positioning and understandings of climate change and climate change education and their influence on practice. Paper presented at the 8th WEEC: Planet and people - how can they develop together?, Gothenburg, Sweden. [PhD student]
Port, M.-A., & Turnour, J. (2015, June). Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation: Our experiences of native title. Paper presented at the National Native Title Conference 2015, Port Douglas. [Turnour Adjunct]
Ruben, B. (2015, September). Reconfigured connections: Indigenous textiles from remote communities across northern Australia. Paper presented at the Tropics of the Imagination, Cairns. [PhD student]
Russell, L., & Saunders, V. (2015, October). Telling our own stories of recovery: The transformative power of Indigenous storytelling. Paper presented at the Healing Our Spirits, Hamilton, NZ. [Saunders PhD student]
Saunders, V., & Redman-McLaren, M. (2015). Poetic inquiry and public health. Paper presented at the International Symposium for Poetic Inquiry, Vancouver. [Saunders PhD student]
Stevenson, B., & Field, E. (2015, October). Sustainability as learning: Beyond scientific knowledge and behaviour and policy change. Paper presented at the Joint seminar at Centre for Tropical Environment & Sustainability Sciences & Centre for Research & Innovation in Sustainability Education. Cairns, QLD. [Field PhD student]
Stevenson, R. B., Nicholls, J., & Field, E. (2015, November). Neoliberalism and sustainability: The challenge of climate change education in neoliberal times. Paper presented at the TASA 2015 Conference: Neoliberalism and Contemporary Challenges for the Asia-Pacific, Cairns.
Stevenson, B., & Field, E. (2015). Sustainability as learning: Beyond scientific knowledge and behaviour and policy change. Paper presented at the Joint seminar at Centre for Tropical Environment & Sustainability Sciences & Centre for Research & Innovation in Sustainability Education. Cairns, QLD. [Field PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, February). Bridging linking in Murui (Witoto). Paper presented at the Special Workshop on Bridging linkage in cross-linguistic perspective, Cairns. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, May). Classifiers as derivational markers in Murui (Northwest Amazonia). University of Sydney. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, June). Classifiers as derivational markers: the case of Murui from Northwest Amazonia. Paper presented at the Typology and Universals in Word-formation III Conference, Košice, Slovakia. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, February). Fruits for the animals: Hunting avoidance speech style among the Murui people (Northwest Amazonia). Paper presented at the Berkeley Linguistics Society 41st Annual Meeting, Berkeley, USA. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, July). Functions of classifiers in an ongoing discourse: Reference-tracking systems in Murui (Northwest Amazonia). Paper presented at the Reference-Tracking Strategies Beyond Pronouns session of the 14th International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerp, Belgium. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, June). Heterogeneous numerals in Murui (Witoto, Northwest Amazonia). Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, June). Information source and epistemic modality in Murui (Witoto). Paper presented at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, June). Murui Comparative constructions (Witoto). Paper presented at the Comparative and Superlative Constructions: Typology and Diachrony, VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, August). Non-spatial setting in Murui. Paper presented at the LCRC Seminar, Cairns. [PhD student]
Wojtylak, K. I. (2015, June). Special Workshop on Comparative and Superlative Constructions: Typology and Diachrony. VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. [PhD student]
Bainbridge, R., McCalman, J., Clifford, A., & Tsey, K. (2015). Cultural competency in the delivery of health services for Indigenous people. Canberra: Closing the Gap Clearinghouse.
Carmody, J., Murphy, H., Hill, R., Catterall, C., Goosem, S., Dale, A., . . . Esparon, M. (2015). The importance of protecting and conserving the wet tropics: A synthesis of NERP Tropical Ecosystems Hub tropical rainforest research outputs 2011-2014. Cairns: Reef and Rainforest Research Centre.
Dale, A., Vella, K., & Potts, R. (2015). Progressing climate change adaptation in the far north through community resilience. Cairns: The Cairns Institute.
Delisle, A., Watkin Lui, F., Stoeckl, N., & Marsh, H. (2015). The sharing and consumption of dugong and turtle meat outside Torres Strait: Management implications and options. Townsville: James Cook University.
Greiner, R. (2015). Ex-post evaluation of an environmental auction: Legacy of the 2008 Lower Burdekin Water Quality Tender. Cairns: Reef and Rainforest Research Centre Limited.
Lockie, S. (2015). Australia’s agricultural future: The social and political context. Melbourne: Australian Council of Learned Academies.
McKenna, S. A., Sozou, A. M., Scott, E. L., & Rasheed, M. A. (2015). Port of Abbot Point long-term seagrass monitoring: Annual report 2013-2014. Cairns: TropWATER, James Cook University. [Scott PhD student]
Pearse, R., & Dale, A. (2015). Concepts and indicators to support climate adaptation in the Southern Gulf, North West Queensland, Australia: Benchmark evidence base. Cairns: James Cook University.
Stephens, A. (2015). Training for life: Supporting communities to reduce the risk of suicide. The delivery of Certificate IV in Indigenous Mental Health (Suicide Prevention). Wontulp Bi-Buya College, 2014–2015. Cairns: James Cook University.
Stoeckl. S., Chaiechi, T., Farr, M., Esparon, M., Larson, S., Jarvis, D., . . . Tran, L. T. (2015). Improving the efficiency of biodiversity investment: Final report. Darwin: Charles Darwin University.
Thomas, J., Stoeckl, N., & Esparon, M. (2015). State of the Wet tropics report 2015-2015: Economic value of the wet tropics World Heritage Area. Cairns: Wet Tropics Management Authority.
Turnour, J., Dale, A., McShane, C., Thompson, M., Prideaux, B., & Atkinson, M. (2015).A place-based agriculture development framework. (15/003). Canberra: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.
Turnour, J., Dale, A., McShane, C., Thompson, M., Prideaux, B., & Atkinson, M. (2015).Promoting agriculture in the Wet Tropics, North Queensland. Report. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, Canberra.
Dale, A. (2015). Jobs versus the environment: The debate Queensland can end. The Conversation, 23 February.
Dale, A. (2015). North Queensland’s powerful trio will shake up the state. The Conversation, 5 May.
Dale, A. (2015, 25 August). Time for the ‘green tape’ debate to mature: jobs and the environment are not implacable foes. The Conversation, 25 August.
Dale, A. (2015, 26 August). Time for the “green tape” debate to mature: jobs and the environment are not implacable foes. The Fifth Estate.
Dornan, M., & Newton Cain, T. (2015 ). Vanuatu and Cyclone Pam: An update on fiscal, economic and development impacts. Pacific Economic Monitor: Midyear Review, July, 23-27. [Newton Cain Adjunct]
Pascoe, S. & Stoeckl, N. (2015). Diving for treasure to help protect the world’s great reefs. The Conversation, 20 August.