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Faulkner, Joanne, Zolkos, Magdalena, Meyering, Isobelle Barrett, Drumm, Elizabeth, Egan, Danielle, Hawkes, Gail, Swain, Shurlee, Soper, Emily and Valentine, Kylie. (2016) Introduction. In In J. Faulkner and M. Zolkos (Ed.). Critical Childhood Studies and the Practice of Interdisciplinarity: Disciplining the Child pp. ix - xvii Lexington Books.
AuthorsFaulkner, Joanne, Zolkos, Magdalena, Meyering, Isobelle Barrett, Drumm, Elizabeth, Egan, Danielle, Hawkes, Gail, Swain, Shurlee, Soper, Emily and Valentine, Kylie
EditorsJ. Faulkner and M. Zolkos
Page rangeix - xvii
Year2016
Book titleCritical Childhood Studies and the Practice of Interdisciplinarity: Disciplining the Child
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Constructing the working mother: Australian perspectives; 1920-1970
Swain, Shurlee, Warne, Ellen and Grimshaw, Patricia. (2005) Constructing the working mother: Australian perspectives; 1920-1970. Hecate: an interdisciplinary journal of women's liberation. 31(2), pp. 21 - 33.
Toward a social geography of baby farming
Swain, Shurlee. (2005) Toward a social geography of baby farming. The History of the Family. 10(2), pp. 151 - 159. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hisfam.2005.02.001
Maids and mothers: Domestic servants and illegitimacy in 19th-century Australia
Swain, Shurlee. (2005) Maids and mothers: Domestic servants and illegitimacy in 19th-century Australia. The History of the Family. 10(4), pp. 461 - 471. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hisfam.2005.09.007
The historical invisibility of the working mother
Swain, Shurlee Lesley. (2005) The historical invisibility of the working mother. In In P. Grimshaw, J. Murphy and B. Probert (Ed.). Double Shift: Working mothers and social change in Australia pp. 86 - 102 Circa.
Reflections & refractions of empire child rescue discourses in the British world
Swain, Shurlee Lesley. (2004) Reflections & refractions of empire child rescue discourses in the British world. In In K. Darian-Smith, P. Grimshaw and K. Lindsey et al (Ed.). Exploring the British World pp. 1088 - 1101 RMIT Publishing.
Welfare
Swain, Shurlee Lesley. (2004) Welfare. In In P. Yle (Ed.). Carlton: A History pp. 146 - 155 Melbourne University Press.
In whose interest? Voluntarism & child care 1880 - 1980
Swain, Shurlee. (2004) In whose interest? Voluntarism & child care 1880 - 1980. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood. 29(4), pp. 24 - 32.
Ignorance is not innocence
Swain, Shurlee Lesley, Warne, Ellen Mary and Hillel, Margot Lesley. (2004) Ignorance is not innocence. In In G. Nelson and M. Martin (Ed.). Sexual Pedagogies: Sex Education in Britain, Australia and America pp. 33 - 52 Palgrave Publishing.
Numerous enough to swamp the votes of honest white': The indigenous franchise in Canada
Swain, Shurlee Lesley. (2003) Numerous enough to swamp the votes of honest white': The indigenous franchise in Canada. In In J. Chesterman and D. Philips (Ed.). Selective Democracy: Race; Gender and the Australian Vote pp. 50 - 59 Circa.
Women in conversation: A wartime social survey in Melbourne; Australia; 1941-43
Swain, Shurlee, Warne, Ellen, Grimshaw, Patricia and Lack, John. (2003) Women in conversation: A wartime social survey in Melbourne; Australia; 1941-43. Women's History Review. 12(4), pp. 527 - 545. https://doi.org/10.1080/09612020300200372
Equal subjects; unequal rights: Indigenous peoples in British settler colonies; 1830s - 1910
Evans, Julie, Grimshaw, Patricia, Philips, David and Swain, Shurlee Lesley. (2003) Equal subjects; unequal rights: Indigenous peoples in British settler colonies; 1830s - 1910 Manchester University Press.
In these days of female evangelists and hallelujah lasses: Women preachers and the redefinition of gender roles in the churches
Swain, Shurlee. (2002) In these days of female evangelists and hallelujah lasses: Women preachers and the redefinition of gender roles in the churches. Journal of Religious History. 26(1), pp. 65 - 77.
Confronting cruelty: Historical perspectives on child abuse
Swain, Shurlee Lesley and Scott, Dorothy. (2002) Confronting cruelty: Historical perspectives on child abuse Melbourne University Press.
Derivative and indigenous in the history and historiography of child welfare in Australia: Part two
Swain, Shurlee. (2002) Derivative and indigenous in the history and historiography of child welfare in Australia: Part two. Children Australia. 27, pp. 5 - 9.
Even in this distant and obscure corner of the world; the british character does not degenerate': Philanthropy in the Australian colonies
Swain, Shurlee. (2002) Even in this distant and obscure corner of the world; the british character does not degenerate': Philanthropy in the Australian colonies. Voluntary Action. 5(1), pp. 107 - 117.
But the children... : Indigenous child removal policies compared
Swain, Shurlee. (2002) But the children... : Indigenous child removal policies compared. In In T. Banivanua Mar and J. Evans (Ed.). pp. 133 - 143 RMIT Publishing Informit Library.