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Struggling in Im/mobility: Discursive Practices of Macao’s Mainland Chinese Migrant Labourers’ Moments on WeChat during Covid-19 Journal article
Communication, Culture & Critique, 2022
Authors:  Ju, B.;  Dai, H. M.;  Sandel, T. L.
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Social Media Discourse  Emotions  Social-cultural Approach  Essential Workers  Covid-19  
Chinese Social Media: Technology, Culture and Creativity Journal article
Discourse, Context and Media, 2022
Authors:  Fitzgerald, R;  Sandel, T. L.;  WU, X
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Discourse Analysis  Chinese Social Media  
Ontological (In)Security and Neoliberal Governmentality: Explaining Australia’s China Emergency Journal article
Australian Journal of Politics and History, 2021,Volume: 67,Issue: 3-4,Page: 454-473
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Hagström, Linus
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Australia-china Relations  Australian Foreign Policy  China Threat  Ontological Security  Neoliberalism  Governmentality  
The Two Cultures: On The Humanities Crisis Conference paper
Rupkatha International Open Conference
Authors:  Jeremy, J.C.
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humanities crisis  nussbaum  neoliberalism  
Internationalization within school and educational psychology: Perspectives about positive indicators, critical considerations, and needs Journal article
Psychology in the Schools, 2018,Volume: 55,Issue: 8,Page: 982-992
Authors:  Bernardo,Allan B.I.;  Begeny,John C.;  Earle,Orlean Brown;  Ginns,Diana S.;  del Pilar Grazioso,Maria;  Soriano-Ferrer,Manuel;  Suzuki,Haruna;  Zapata,Roxana
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Co-constructivism  Educational Psychology  Globalization  Internationalization  Neoliberalism  Professional Practice  School Psychology  Scientific Imperialism  
Neoliberal exception? The liberalization of Macau’s casino gaming monopoly and the genealogy of the post-socialist Chinese subject Journal article
Planning Theory, 2018,Volume: 17,Issue: 1,Page: 74-95
Authors:  Simpson, Tim
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Neoliberal exception? The liberalization of Macau's casino gaming monopoly and the genealogy of the post-socialist Chinese subject Journal article
PLANNING THEORY, 2018,Volume: 17,Issue: 1,Page: 74-95
Authors:  Simpson, Tim
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biopolitical  casino  genealogy  integrated resort  urban laboratory  neoliberalism  spatial ontology  
Neoliberal exception? The liberalization of Macau's casino gaming monopoly and the genealogy of the post-socialist Chinese subject Journal article
PLANNING THEORY, 2018,Volume: 17,Issue: 1,Page: 74-95
Authors:  Simpson, Tim
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biopolitical  casino  genealogy  integrated resort  urban laboratory  neoliberalism  spatial ontology  
Neoliberal exception? The liberalization of Macau's casino gaming monopoly and the genealogy of the post-socialist Chinese subject Journal article
PLANNING THEORY, 2018,Volume: 17,Issue: 1,Page: 74-95
Authors:  Simpson, Tim
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biopolitical  casino  genealogy  integrated resort  urban laboratory  neoliberalism  spatial ontology  
Neoliberal exception? The liberalization of Macau's casino gaming monopoly and the genealogy of the post-socialist Chinese subject Journal article
PLANNING THEORY, 2018,Volume: 17,Issue: 1,Page: 74-95
Authors:  Simpson, Tim
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biopolitical  casino  genealogy  integrated resort  urban laboratory  neoliberalism  spatial ontology