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Stressed spaces: mental health and architecture
K Connellan, M Gaardboe, D Riggs, C Due, A Reinschmidt, L Mustillo
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal 6 (4), 127-168, 2013
Neoliberalism and nationalism: Representations of asylum seekers in the Australian mainstream news media
K Lueck, C Due, M Augoustinos
Discourse & Society 26 (5), 608-629, 2015
Who are strangers?’:‘Absorbing’Sudanese refugees into a white Australia
C Due
ACRAWSA e-journal 4 (1), 1-13, 2008
Healthcare experiences of gender diverse Australians: A mixed-methods, self-report survey
DW Riggs, K Coleman, C Due
BMC Public Health 14 (1), 1-5, 2014
Gay men, race privilege and surrogacy in India
DW Riggs, C Due
Outskirts: Feminisms along the edge 22, 2010
Research with children of migrant and refugee backgrounds: A review of child-centered research methods
C Due, DW Riggs, M Augoustinos
Child Indicators Research 7 (1), 209-227, 2014
Representations of reproductive citizenship and vulnerability in media reports of offshore surrogacy
DW Riggs, C Due
Citizenship Studies 17 (8), 956-969, 2013
Educators' experiences of working in Intensive English Language Programs: The strengths and challenges of specialised English language classrooms for students with migrant and …
C Due, DW Riggs, M Mandara
Australian Journal of Education 59 (2), 169-181, 2015
Support experiences and attitudes of Australian parents of gender variant children
DW Riggs, C Due
Journal of Child and Family Studies 24 (7), 1999-2007, 2015
The management of accusations of racism in Celebrity Big Brother
DW Riggs, C Due
Discourse & Society 21 (3), 257-271, 2010
The impact of pregnancy loss on men’s health and wellbeing: a systematic review
C Due, S Chiarolli, DW Riggs
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 17 (1), 380, 2017
“We grew here you flew here”: claims to “home” in the Cronulla riots
C Due, DW Riggs
Colloquy 16, 210-228, 2008
Moving beyond english as a requirement to" fit in": Considering refugee and migrant education in South Australia
C Due, D Riggs
Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees 26 (2), 55-64, 2009
“It will be hard because I will have to learn lots of English”: Experiences of education for children newly arrived in Australia
N de Heer, C Due, DW Riggs, M Augoustinos
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 29 (3), 297-319, 2016
Friendship, exclusion and power: A study of two South Australian schools with new arrivals programs
DW Riggs, C Due
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 35 (4), 73-80, 2010
A systematic review of research on psychiatric mother-baby units
K Connellan, C Bartholomaeus, C Due, DW Riggs
Archives of Women's Mental Health 20 (3), 373-388, 2017
The interpreter is not an invisible being: A thematic analysis of the impact of interpreters in mental health service provision with refugee clients
T Gartley, C Due
Australian Psychologist 52 (1), 31-40, 2017
Exploring the relationship between housing and health for refugees and asylum seekers in South Australia: a qualitative study
A Ziersch, M Walsh, C Due, E Duivesteyn
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (9), 1036, 2017
(Un) common ground?: English language acquisition and experiences of exclusion amongst new arrival students in South Australian primary schools
DW Riggs, C Due
Identities 18 (3), 273-290, 2011
Diversity in intensive English language centres in South Australia: Sociocultural approaches to education for students with migrant or refugee backgrounds
C Due, DW Riggs, M Augoustinos
International journal of inclusive education 20 (12), 1286-1296, 2016
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