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  • Wired Upby Sue Howard

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 43.95

    A collection of articles on young people's uses and readings of popular cultural forms, from television to the telephone. It offers insights into various issues such as gender, parental regulation, narrative, realism and morality. more...

  • Leaning Towards Pisaby Sue Howard

    Random House Australia 2012; US$ 17.07

    It's a real life story that sounds too good to be true: fate hands a woman a chance to abandon her stressful job, make a fresh start in Italy, have a passionate affair - and open a whole new chapter.'I don't know what triggers are at work to attract people, to inexorably pull one to the other, I only know that at a certain point you give in, you stop... more...

  • Knowing Our Placeby Judith Gill; Sue Howard

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2009; US$ 49.95

    Knowing Our Place examines the way in which children view their world. It poses questions of citizenship and how children come to a sense of belonging in their community of nation, family, classroom and school. The book describes and analyses the responses of more than 400 children to a series of open-ended questions. While the fundamental aim of... more...

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