The following websites have been designed to support their accompanying textbook and are available to lecturers, tutors and students who use the book as a text for their course.
Public Sociology focuses on the utility and relevance of a sociological perspective to every aspect of social life. The aim is to encourage in students the ability to critically reflect upon the forces - both local and global - shaping their own lives and the communities in which they live.
The SPSS Survival Manual throws a lifeline to students and researchers grappling with this powerful data analysis software. Fully revised and updated for IBM SPSS Statistics version 23.
In one volume here is every tool you need to conduct fieldwork in archaeology. Thoroughly comprehensive, The Archaeologist's Field Handbook is designed for every kind of archaeological practice from simple site recordings to professional consultancies.
Mark Wahlqvist's Food and Nutrition is widely regarded as the most authoritative introduction to nutrition and dietetics in the region.
A landmark anthology of Australian literary writing across all genres from over two centuries, this is an authoritative collection more than six years in the making, providing a window onto Australian culture.
An introduction to Australian politics which emphasises the connection between the political process and everyday life.
A step-by-step guide to calculating the correct medication dosages. Using realistic hospital scenarios, this is a must for undergraduate nursing students.
A fully updated and revised new edition of this essential handbook for aspiring video makers.
A thoroughly revised and expanded third edition of this widely used introductory text which shows how to develop a sociological perspective on what is happening in Australia today.
A systematic, research-based introduction to the principles and practice of teaching mathematics at primary school level.
Experienced writing teacher Hazel Smith demystifies the process of creative writing, providing exercises and examples to show how it can be systematically learnt.