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Kate Huppatz, JaneMaree Maher et al. (17 February, 2019) ‘Another level’: Why Meghan has been cast as a villain. The Sydney Morning Herald.
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Gavin Smith (19 February, 2019) Why we fear snakes – and it’s not because they kill us. The Canberra Times.
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Stewart Lockie (1 March, 2019) People and issues outside our big cities are diverse, but these priorities stand out. The Conversation.
Sophie Lewis, Karen Willis and Rebecca Olson (March 15, 2019) If you’ve got private health insurance, the choice to use it in a public hospital is your own. The Conversation.
Philippa Collin (March 14, 2019) Young voters may hold the key to the NSW state election: here’s why. The Conversation.
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Rachel Busbridge & Mark Chou (January 16, 2019) Forcing Australia Day citizenship ceremonies on councils won’t make the issue go away. The Conversation.
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Kellie Bousfield & Jacquie Tinkler (6 December, 2018) Student protests show Australian education does get some things right. The Conversation.
Leah Ruppanner, Francisco Perales & Janeen Baxter (17 December, 2018) Having a second child worsens parents’ mental health: new research. The Conversation.
Judith Bessant (15 December, 2018) Politicians ignore the young at their peril. The Sydney Morning Herald.
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Michael Gilding, Dean Lusher & Helen Bird (July 12, 2018). ‘Network contagion’ is key to getting healthier numbers of women on company boards. The Conversation.
Joshua Roose (July 11, 2018). ‘Ideological masculinity’ that drives violence against women is a form of violent extremism. The Conversation.
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David Rowe & Jung Woo Lee , ‘2018 Winter Olympics set to begin against the backdrop of warm words and cold politics‘, The Conversation
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