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Latest publications:
Factors Predicting the Desire to Walk among Pedestrian Rail Commuters within Transit-oriented Development Areas

This study examines factors influencing the desire to walk to railway stations among TOD residents and the correlational relationship between physical attributes, weather, safety, and rail level of services.

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Towards Culturally Safe Social Policy Processes for Aboriginal Australians

This is an examination of how the concept cultural-safety can be used critically to assist in the development of better social policy for Indigenous Australians.

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Mapping the Health and Safety of Female Sex Workers after the Prostitution Reform Act (2003): Human Services Perspectives and Responses

The New Zealand Prostitution Reform Act 2003 required a reconfiguration of regulatory responsibility. This paper maps the responses of key mainstream and NGO human services.

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Support for Parents with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Practice Model

This paper discusses an assessment of the efficacy of a practice model designed to develop parental skills to parents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Responding to the Refugee Crisis in Europe: The Case of Latvia

This study is an in-depth social psychological analysis of Latvian residents’ attitudes towards refugees.

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Financing the Cost of Death: The Role of Cremation Welfare Associations in Thailand

This study estimates the cost of death and discuss the role of the cremation welfare association in Thailand. The cremation welfare association is the third largest non-profit organization in Thailand.

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Published Online: August 31, 2016

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Reading the Diasporic Spanish-Language Press Backwards: The Interaction of Communication Media and Cultural Diversity Maintenance in Australia

A vibrant Hispanic community exists in Australia, and newspapers have played a pivotal role in the cultural and political life of Hispanics by informing, entertaining, and infuriating them.

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Published Online: August 15, 2016

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From All Sides: How Disparate Groups See Their Community

Perceptions of community differ depending on the social/cultural background of the residents. An analysis of unsolicited visual images taken by various groups can lead to new insights into community structures.

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Published Online: August 15, 2016

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Consumer Trust in Pilots Part Two: An American Perspective

Consumer perceptions of airline pilots’ demographic status (age, weight, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation) has a strong effect on trust in the pilot, and is mediated by affect.

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Published Online: May 20, 2016

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What’s the Story? Exploring Online Narratives of Non-Binary Gender Identities

This paper explores key features of non-binary gender identity narratives told by older and younger non-binary people on internet blogs and forums, drawing out their implications for further research.

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Published Online: May 6, 2016

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