Rozanna Lilley
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It’s an absolute nightmare: maternal experiences of enrolling children diagnosed with autism in primary school in Sydney, Australia
R Lilley
Disability & Society 28 (4), 514-526, 2013
Staging Hong Kong: Gender and Performance in Transition
R Lilley
University of Hawaii Press, 1998
Trading places: Autism inclusion disorder and school change
R Lilley
International Journal of Inclusive Education 19 (4), 379-396, 2015
Professional guidance: maternal negotiation of primary school placement for children diagnosed with autism
R Lilley
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 35 (4), 513-526, 2014
Maternal intimacies: Talking about autism diagnosis
R Lilley
Australian Feminist Studies 26 (68), 207-224, 2011
The ABCs of autism: aspects of maternal pedagogy in Australia
R Lilley
Social Analysis 55 (1), 134-159, 2011
Teaching elsewhere: anthropological pedagogy, racism and indifference in a Hong Kong classroom
R Lilley
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 12 (2), 127-154, 2001
Claiming identity: film and television in Hongkong
R Lilley
History and Anthropology 6 (2-3), 261-292, 1993
Afterword:'ethnicity'and anthropology
R Lilley
Ethnic groups across national boundaries in mainland southeast Asia, 173-184, 1990
Rumour has it: the impact of maternal talk on primary school choice for children diagnosed with autism
R Lilley
International Journal of Inclusive Education 19 (2), 183-198, 2015
Documenting the untold histories of late-diagnosed autistic adults: a qualitative study protocol using oral history methodology
E Pellicano, W Lawson, G Hall, J Mahony, R Lilley, C Davis, S Arnold, ...
BMJ open 10 (5), e037968, 2020
Crying in the park: Autism stigma, school entry and maternal subjectivity
R Lilley
Studies in the Maternal 5 (2), 1-28, 2013
Gungarakayn women speak: Reproduction and the transformation of tradition
R Lilley
Oceania 60 (2), 81-98, 1989
Inclusion, acceptance, shame and isolation: Attitudes to autism in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia
R Lilley, M Sedgwick, E Pellicano
Autism 24 (7), 1860-1873, 2020
Do Oysters Get Bored? A Curious Life
R Lilley
‘A way to be me’: Autobiographical reflections of autistic adults diagnosed in mid-to-late adulthood
R Lilley, W Lawson, G Hall, J Mahony, H Clapham, M Heyworth, ...
Autism, 13623613211050694, 2021
Knowing autism: The place of experiential expertise
E Pellicano, J Den Houting, L du Plooy, R Lilley
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, 2019
The Hong Kong handover
R Lilley
Communal/Plural: Journal of Transnational & Cross-Cultural Studies 8 (2 …, 2000
We look after our own mob: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences of autism
R Lilley, M Sedgwick, E Pellicano
Macquarie University, 2019
Mind the gap: maternal perceptions of segregated school “choice” for students with autism in New South Wales primary schools
R Lilley
Children and childhoods 1: perspectives, places and practices, 58-74, 2012
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