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Many of the articles published in Australian/Screen Education are available for purchase from ATOM's Education Shop. I'll include one link as an example - to the article about Brassed Off.
'Crocodile Dundee: "like a Tarzan comic"', Screen Education, 44, 2006: 125-128.
'It's the music that matters? Brassed Off', Screen Education, 41, 2006: 124-126.
'The Truman Show and the programming of reality' (with David Thomas), Screen Education, 41, 2006: 116-118.
'"Close your eyes and you can start all over again": Memento', Screen Education, 40, 2005: 115-117 (earlier version here)
'Signs, lines, tracks and trails: Rabbit-Proof Fence', Screen Education, 40, 2005: 119-122.
'"It's the way things are": Once Were Warriors', Screen Education, 39, 2005: 119-123.
'A sort of war memorial on celluloid: Gallipoli', Screen Education, 38, 2005: 129-131.
'Indigenous youth and ambivalence in some Australian films' (second author, with Dave Palmer), JAS, 82, 2004, pp. 75-84.
'"I have become a Virgin": Elizabeth', Screen Education, 37, 2004: 153-155.
'The invisible deity of "Good Form": The Age of Innocence', Screen Education, 37, 2004: 159-161.
'"A path of great courage": The Piano' (with Helena Sharp), Australian Screen Education, 35, 2004: 109-112.
'The Fellowship of the Ring: the smallest of things' (with Katherine Nash), Australian Screen Education, 34, 2004: 107-110.
'The Tracker: more than the sum of its types', Australian Screen Education, 34, 2004: 115-119.
'The representation of madness in Australian cinema', (first author, with Lois Achimovich), Journal of Critical Psychology Counselling and Psychotherapy, 3, 1, Spring 2003: 9-19.
'Threads of resemblance in New Australian Gothic cinema' (second author, with David Thomas), Metro, 136, 2003: 36-44.
'Walkabout: simply a road movie?', Australian Screen Education, 32, Spring 2003: 96-99.
'Strictly Ballroom: no fear!', Australian Screen Education, 33, Summer 2003: 143-146.
'Aborigines, ambivalence and Australian film', (second author, with Dave Palmer) Metro, 134, 2002: 128-134.
'Teesh and Trude: everyday life as heroic', Metro, 134, 2002: 20-23.
'Quirkiness in Australian cinema', Australian Screen Education, no. 29, 2002: 30-35.
'Perspectives on Radiance', Australian Screen Education, no. 29, 2002: 179-182.
'Australism and mattering maps: websights of the South Pacific', Pacific Tourism Review, 3, 4, 2000: 19-24.
'Mind and Culture: Freud and Slovakia', M/C, May 2000.
'Ayi Kwei Armah: Postcolonialism/space/postmodernism', Span, 36, May 1993: 320-329.
'Ayi Kwei Armah's viaticum for the journey into space', previously unpublished, 1992.
'Narrative situation and ideology in five novels of Ayi Kwei Armah', Span, 33, May 1992: 8-16.
The WA.Regional Project: the establishment and evaluation of an electronic mail network in rural Western Australia, report for AOLIN (the Australian Open Learning Information Network) 1989.
'Improving satellite tutorials at the University of the South Pacific' (second author, with Ivan Williams), Distance Education, 7, 2, Sept 1986: 261-274.
'Satellite and kerosene lamp: distance education at the University of the South Pacific' (first author, with A. I. Williams), ICDE Bulletin, 12, Sept 1986: 57-61.
'Student persistence in distance education: a cross-cultural multi-institutional perspective' (contributor; first author James C. Taylor), ICDE Bulletin, 12, 1986: 17-36. This article was also published in the Pakistan Journal of Distance Education, II, 2, 1985.
'Distance education at the University of the South Pacific' (first author, with Ivan Williams), ASPESA Newsletter, 1986.
'Collaboration between two universities in course development' (first author, with S. Kemmis and L. Bartlett), Higher Education Research & Development, 3, 1, 1984.
'The new writing in Australia: whodunnit?' Meanjin, 40, 2, July 1981.
'The implied teacher-learner dialogue in distance education', ASPESA Forum, Suva, 1981.
'Centre and periphery in Achebe's novels', The Literary Half-Yearly, XXI, 1, Jan 1980.
'Walking London Wall: the spectacular in the everyday', previously unpublished.
'Murdoch and me', memoir.
'Publishing a professional journal', Developing teachers: a celebration of teachers' learning in Australia, ed. Barbara Comber & Joelie Hancock, Methuen Australia, 1987: 226-229.
'Reconceptualising distance education', in Research in Distance Education 2: Revised Papers from the Second Research in Distance Education Seminar, Institute of Distance Education, Deakin University, 1992: 16-20.
'Deconstructing contiguity', Chapter 11 of: Terry Evans & Daryl Nation eds, Reforming Open and Distance Education: Critical Reflections from Practice, Kogan Page, London, 1993: 182-195. This was republished separately as a book in English and Armenian, Yerevan, 2016.
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