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Chinese generation Y as students in AustraliaMartin, Joyce. (2010). Chinese generation Y as students in Australia. In F. Waugh and L. Napier (Ed.). Internationalising learning and teaching in academic settings: engagement, collaboration and sustainability. Australia: University of Sydney. pp. 87 - 109
Restorative practice: Applying confucianism to build a better mousetrapMartin, Joyce and Elliot, Jackie. (2009). Restorative practice: Applying confucianism to build a better mousetrap. International Journal of the Humanities. 7(2), pp. 47 - 55.
Confucian philosophy for teaching twenty-first century values in Australian schoolsElliot, Jackie and Martin, Joyce. (2009). Confucian philosophy for teaching twenty-first century values in Australian schools. International Journal of the Humanities. 7(5), pp. 145 - 156.
Multiple intelligence theory, knowledge identification and trustMartin, Joyce. (2006). Multiple intelligence theory, knowledge identification and trust. Knowledge Management Research and Practice. 4(3), pp. 207 - 215. https://doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.kmrp.8500101
Multiple intelligences and online learningMartin, Joyce. (2004). Multiple intelligences and online learning. Education International. 1(1), pp. 1 - 7.
Multiple intelligences and business diversityMartin, Joyce. (2003). Multiple intelligences and business diversity. Journal of Career Assessment. 11(2), pp. 187 - 204. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072703011002005
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