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2011The £10bn sale of shares in PPP companies: new source of profits for banks and buildersWhitfield, D.
200914 May 1986: Paul Keating's 'banana republic' statement and the end of the 'golden age'Broomhill, R.
20062006 Budget. Not necessarily plain sailing to the LodgeSpoehr, John Douglas
1996Access and equity within vocational education and training for people in rural and remote Australia. A Background Report.Butler, E.; Lawrence, Kate
2013Accommodating population growth in the CBD: changes, opportunities and challenges for multi-level community living in Adelaide, South AustraliaOakley, S.; Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference (7th : 2013 : Freemantle, W.A.)
2015Against the odds: Care leavers at UniversityMichell, D.; Jackson, D.; Tonkin, C.
2006Agenda 21: Bioethics, global warming, and the Muslim worldSaniotis, A.; Nazif, A.
1998All change, still gendered: The Australian Labour Market in the late 1990'sPocock, Barbara A.
1995Altered state governments and vampire economicsBroomhill, R.; Spoehr, J.
1995Altered States: The Impact of Free Market Policies on the Australian StatesSpoehr, J.; Broomhill, R.
2006Ambiguous futures: Global warming and the Third WorldSaniotis, A.
2000Analysing work: Arguments for closer links between the study of labour relations and genderPocock, Barbara A.
2007Angry disloyalties: young South Australians discussing social and political issuesBulbeck, M.
2000Animals and modern cultures: A sociology of human-animal relations in modernityBulbeck, M.
2014Anorexia nervosa and social contagion: clinical implicationsAllison, S.; Warin, M.; Bastiampillai, T.
2010Apology excepted: a response to the SA government's apologyMichell, D.E.
1995Are we living in a 'gay' new world?Baird, Barbara
1995Art in AdelaideSteffensen, Jyanni I.
2001Articulating structure and agency: How women's studies students express their relationships with feminismBulbeck, M.
2002Asian perspectives on western feminism: Interrogating the assumptionsBulbeck, M.