1135 books (57 pages) in this category
A frank, up-to-date guide by experts
by Jane McAdam
<p> </p><p></p><p>Everyone has the right to seek asylum under international law. However, successive governments in Australia have declared the need to ‘stop the boats’ whatever the cost, be it human, economic, moral or legal.</p><p>In this new ...
by Daniel H. (ed.) Levine
by Susan Friend Harding
Media and Journalism in Australia Since World War I
by Peter Manning
After more than half a century, the Israel-Palestine conflict continues to dominate headlines. But how has the coverage of Palestinians by foreign media changed? How did foreign correspondents influence the perception of Palestine amongst their ...
by Beth Reingold
Why we resist the truth about climate change
by Clive Hamilton
We know how dire the future looks. We know how little time we have left to act. Yet we continue to ignore the warnings. One of Australia's sharpest thinkers explores the reasons why and offers his vision of our new future. ...
by Shane Jacobson
My life as a motoring tragic Was it luck that gave me the chance to race at Bathurst? They say Luck is when Skill meets Opportunity. In my case Luck came when Not-Quite-Enough-Skill overshot the braking marker, speared off the track and slammedAudio Book
by Molly,Mac, Juno Smith
Do you have to think that prostitution is good to support sex worker rights' How do sex worker rights fit with feminist and anti-capitalist politics' Is criminalising clients progressive and can the police deliver justice'<br>In Revolting ...
by Michael BAA®rubAA®
A Global History
by Renee Marton
<div>This is a detailed history of rice, from its origin as a staple food in Asian and West African countries to its ubiquitous place in meals across the world today. It explores rice in society, literature, music, painting and ...
by Michele Mitchell
by Robyn Lawley
<b><b>Robyn Lawley is a self-confessed foodie - in addition to being an international supermodel for the likes of H & M and Ralph Lauren.</b></b><br><b></b><br>When she's not gracing the cover of <i>Vogue </i>or modelling swimwear or walking
by Ronnie Summers
<i>Ronnie: Tasmanian Songman</i> is the heartwarming story of musician, storyteller and craftsman, Ronnie Summers. He hasn’t had it easy, but in the lines of his face and the twinkle in his eye lies the spirit of a proud Tasmanian Aboriginal ...
Survival techniques for everyday life from an SAS hero
by Chris Ryan
by Morris Charles R
<b>During the violent financial disruptions of recent years, three men have stood out as beacons of judgement & wisdom-</b> Warren Buffett, George Soros <b>&</b> Paul Volcker. Buffett is renowned as a canny stock-market investor, ...
by Ronnie Scott
In <i>Salad Days</i>, Ronnie Scott interrogates our current obsession with food - and asks whether it's actually such a bad thing. <i>Salad Days </i>takes us via the world's best restaurants in Noma and elBulli, and more humble yet no less ...
by Shiraz Maher
No topic has gripped the public imagination so dramatically as the spectre of global jihadism. While much has been said about the way jihadists behave, their ideology remains poorly understood. Shiraz Maher charts the intellectual underpinnings ...
by Scott Schuman
His fan base continues to grow daily as he challenges himself to capture images of beauty, spirit and mischief with the click of his camera. <i>The Sartorialist- X</i>, Schuman's boldest collection yet, shares the visual and cultural diversity
by Scott Schuman
<p>Scott Schuman is back with a completely new collection of beautiful images of the men and women who have caught his attention. <br /><br />From its origins on the streets of New York, his much-loved blog, thesartorialist.com remains a vivid ...