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Distance, Concealment and Control: Politics of Sight in the Workplace Debra King

Classical Stoicism and the Western Tradition Lisa Hill

Can Brain Science Tell Us How to Live? Dominic Murphy

Gender Difference and the Rise of Neurosexism Kellie Burns

Winning and Losing: What Do They Mean and How Do They Shape our Lives and Society? Andrew J. Martin

Modern American Conservatism: Content and Contradictions Dennis Phillips

The Great Australian Larrikin: Myths, Markets and Moral Panics Tony Smith

Why Politics? James Walter

Do the Politically Conservative Have More Moral Might than the Politically Liberal? Fiona Kate Barlow

The Good of Gossip and Other Delicacies Kim Atkins

No Kiss and Tell Here: Krupp and the History of German Capitalism Frank B. (Ben) Tipton

Down Syndrome and Social Change: The Fragile Nature of Progress Ilektra Spandagou (

Desirable Schooling: Re-framing Chinese Educational Success Arathi Sriprakash

Tony Abbott and the Politics of Gender Kate Gleeson and Carol Johnson

Empowering Victims of Family Violence: Could Anti-Discrimination Laws Play a Role? Tashina Orchiston and Belinda Smith

Feminism and Unionism: Local, National, Global Strategies for Change Jennifer Curtin

The Ghosts of Labor’s Past Rob Manwaring

Putting Your Hand Up for Public Deliberation Lyn Carson

What’s New? Democracy, Politics and the Role of the Media Tim Dwyer


Anna Kalaitzidis and Paul Jewell on challenges to confidentiality rules for sperm donors
Kate MacNeill, Jenny Lye and Paul Caulfield on government arts spending 1967–2009
Kay Cook on child support non-compliance
Michele Ferguson on defending the value of the social sciences
Robert Aldrich on homosexuality in the gallery
Don Arthur on Menzies’ other forgotten people