ItemLa dimension motionnelle de la communication en situation interculturelle: l'expression non verbale de la colre chez des locuteurs anglo-australiens, franais et italiens(2008) Mrowa-Hopkins, Colette Marie; Strambi, Antonella ItemThe Regenerative Spirit: Vol. 2 (Un)settling, (Dis)locations, (Post)colonial (Re)presentations - Australian Postcolonial Reflections(Lythrum Press, 2004) Bierbaum, Nena; Williams, S M; Hosking, Rick; Lonergan, Dymphna; Deane, Laura Inez ItemParis-Match: Etude sur la representation d'une identite culturelle(Peter Lang Publishing, 2006) Mrowa-Hopkins, Colette Marie ItemTwo Perspectives on Language Maintenance: The Salvadorian Community in Queensland and the Spanish Community in South Australia(2008) Gil, Jeffrey Allan; Sanchez-Castro, Olga ItemIl peso della lontananza nell'opera di Enoe Di Stefano(Franco Cesati, 2007) O'Connor, Desmond John ItemEl humor como resolucion de lo imposible en la obra de Pablo Urbanyi(Editorial Pliegos, 2007) Lorenzin, Maria Elena ItemWhen the diaspora returns: language choices in post-independence Timor Lorosa'e(Lythrum Press, 2004) Golden, Jill ItemPistage informatise des strategies de lecture : une etude de cas en contexte pedagogique(2004) Bouvet, Eric James; Breelle, Dany Michelle ItemContextualising English as a foreign language teacher training: teachers' voices(Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), 2008) Najar, Robyn Lee ItemComputerised Tracking of Reading Strategies: a Pedagogic Case Study in Context(2004) Bouvet, Eric James; Breelle, Dany Michelle Itemfast Fiction en la clase de espanol avanzado: una experiencia creativa en Las Antipodas(Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 2004) Lorenzin, Maria Elena ItemGraduate student's choices in dissertation and thesis writing(TESOL, 2005) Najar, Robyn Lee ItemFirst year post-secondary attitudes towards the study of French: A longitudinal study(Melbourne University Press, 2004) West-Sooby, John; Bouvet, Eric James ItemChanges in the ethnic identification of women’s soccer clubs in Adelaide: the case of Adelaide City Women’s Football Club.(Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2007-08) Rosso, Edoardo GiovanniThe paper focuses on women’s soccer, one of the fastest growing sports in Australia, and in particular on the aspect of the ethnic background of Adelaide-based clubs. The paper aims to illustrate the shift in ethnic image that has occurred in recent years amongst Adelaide clubs, formerly associated with the Italian community, and to investigate the reason(s) behind this shift. Methods include interviews and correspondence with officials, sponsors, players and coaches of a local women’s soccer club (Adelaide City Women’s Football Club - ACWFC), officials of the South Australian Women’s Soccer Association (SAWSA) and a literature review. The outcome is an inside perspective on the phenomenon of the abandonment of the Italian background of Adelaide women’s soccer clubs. The project’s significance relates to the exploration of a field, ethnicity in women’s soccer in Adelaide, which links the important framework of ethnic community identity to a national fast-growing sport such as women’s soccer. ItemFrench migration to Australia in the post WWII period: Benevolent tolerance and cautious collaboration(Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2007-08) Bouvet, Eric JamesThe main objective of this study is to consider the diplomatic relations between France and Australia in the three decades following World War II with a view to documenting the events that contributed to the development of French migration to Australia. This period is significant in the context of the history of the French in Australia because in the thirty years that followed the war, more French migrants arrived in Australia than at any other time in the history of the French presence in this country. The few studies that have been concerned with French migration to Australia have not examined in great detail the events that took place during this time. In order to shed light on the diplomatic relations between France and Australia relative to the question of French migration, I have analysed archival materials, including formerly classified Commonwealth and diplomatic correspondence recently released by the National Archives of Australia. Before presenting an account of the events that shaped post World War II migration from France, this article will outline the state of the research on the French in Australia and provide an overview of the development of the French community in Australia from the days of settlement to the earlY 1970S. Item"Unrecorded lives": oral narratives of a group of first-generation Campanian women residing in Adelaide, South Australia(Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2006-12) Glenn, Diana CavuotoThis study examines issues of identity and cultural maintenance, as evidenced by the oral testimonies of a generational cohort who were born in the region of Campania in Southern Italy and who emigrated to Australia in the 1950s-1960s. During the post-war period of mass migration by Italians to overseas destinations, an Assisted Migration Agreement was signed by Australia and Italy (in 1951); however, the majority of Campanian migrants to Adelaide were not the beneficiaries of assisted passages. Rather, sponsorship by spouses, relatives or paesani, followed by cluster settlement patterns, were strong features of transnational immigration by Campanians to South Australia in the post-WWII period. As a result, the journeying and resettlement experiences of this project’s sampling of first generation Campanian women were predominantly influenced by family kinship networks operating within a system of chain migration. The paper will consider the ways in which the project informants developed mechanisms in order to survive the difficulties of cultural displacement and marginalisation from mainstream culture. The participants’ “outsider” point of view provides valuable information on the significance of cultural dislocation as a feature of South Australian society in the last fifty years.