Relevant Publications of the Research Team
Baulderstone, Jo, and Earles, Wendy 2009
Earles, Wendy, and Baulderstone, Jo 2012
Kothari, Uma 2008
Kothari, Uma, and Wilkinson, Rorden 2010
Kothari, Uma 2012
Porter, Elizabeth, and Mundkur, Anuradha 2012
Mundkur, Anuradha, and Ellickson, Cara 2012
Schech, Susanne (ed.) 2013
Schech, Susanne 2013
Schech, Susanne & Md. Mustafa 2010
Skelton, Tracey 2010
Skelton, Tracey 2013
Skelton, Tracey, and Gough, Katherine 2013
"Changing relationships: how government funding models impact relationships between organisations." Third Sector Review 15 (2): 17-36.
"What happens when a non-profit organisation contracts the state as a service-provider to the community?" Third Sector Review 18 (2): 99-116.
"Global peddlers and local networks: migrant cosmopolitanisms." Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26(3): 500 – 516
"Colonial Imaginaries and Postcolonial Transformations: exiles, bases, beaches." Third World Quarterly 31(8): 1395-1412
"Contesting colonial rule: Politics of exile in the Indian Ocean." Geoforum 43(4): 697–706
Peace and security: Implications for women. Queensland University Press.
"Bringing the Real World in: Reflection on Building a Virtual Learning Environment." Journal of Geography in Higher Education 36(3): 369-384
Development Perspectives from the Antipodes. Routledge (forthcoming October)
"Culture and development", in Porter, R. B. & V. Desai (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, 3rd Edition. London: Hodder Education.
"The politics of gender mainstreaming poverty reduction: An Indonesian case study." Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 17(1): 111-135.
"Taking young people as political actors seriously: opening the borders of political geography." Area 42(2): 145–151
"Young People, Children, Politics and Space: A Decade of Youthful Political Geography Scholarship 2003–13." Space & Polity 17(1): 123-136
"Introduction: Young People’s Im/Mobile Urban Geographies." Urban Studies 50(3): 455-466
Other Recent Publications
Helene Perold, Lauren A. Graham, Eddy Mazembo Mavungu, Karena Cronin, Learnmore Muchemwa, & Benjamin J. Lough 2012
Nichole Georgeou & Susan Engel 2011
Rebecca Tiessen & Barbara Heron 2012
Rosser, Andrew 2012
Stephen Wearing and Nancy Gard McGehee 2013
Anthony Fee and Sidney J. Gray. 2012
"The colonial legacy of international voluntary service." Community Development Journal, 48(2): 179-196.
Abstract: Drawing on interviews and focus groups conducted with international volunteer host organizations in Tanzania and Mozambique, this paper examines the benefits and challenges for international service to contribute to the development of host organizations and communities.
"The impact of neoliberalism and new managerialism on development volunteering: An Australian case study." Australian Journal of Political Science 46(2): 297-311.
Abstract: This article examines how neoliberal principles were operationalised in Australia's volunteering program at the same time as it, and other donor states, softened this focus in the rest of their aid program and the impact that that has had.
"Volunteering in the developing world: the perceived impacts of Canadian youth." Development in Practice 22(1): 44-56.
Abstract: This article examines the perceived impacts of international volunteering in the developing world of 50 Canadian youth. The findings demonstrate an awareness of modest and, at times, negative effects in international development.
"Towards Effective International Work-Integrated Learning Practica in Development Studies: Reflections on the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’Indonesian Studies' Development Studies Professional Practicum." Journal of Geography in Higher Education 36(3): 341-353.
Abstract: This paper examines the factors that shape pedagogical effectiveness in the provision of overseas work-integrated learning practica, focusing on the case of the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies' Development Studies Professional Practicum.
"Volunteer tourism: A review." Tourism Management 38: 120-130.
Abstract: This paper includes a review of research in the area of pre-trip motivations, continues through work focusing on the volunteer tourism experience itself with emphasis on the role of the volunteer tourism organization and the community, and ends with discussion of the literature in the areas of post-trip reflections and transformations.
"Transformational learning experiences of international development volunteers in the Asia-Pacific: The case of a multinational NGO." Journal of World Business 48(2): 196–208.
Abstract: This article examines the learning experiences of a sample of expatriate volunteer workers deployed by the Asia-Pacific's largest international volunteer agency. Field research shows that, when compared to a control group, the expatriates’ learning was unique in terms of context, process and outcomes.