ILWS - Charles Sturt University
ILWS - Charles Sturt University

Book Chapters

  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011

2017

Onodu, B. C and R. J. Culas (2017) The Role of Cassava Production in Improving Food Security in Delta State of Nigeria - Chapter 1, In: Jonathan, W (edited) Food Security: Threat Factors, Policies and Challenges, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY, USA. p.p. 1-33. 978-1-53612-256-5. https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=62678&osCsid=

Dionigi, R. A. (2017) Leisure and recreation in the lives of older people. In Bernoth, M. and Winkler, D. (Eds.). Healthy ageing and aged care. Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand (pp.204-220).

 Pawar, M. (2017). Social Development: Progress So Far. In Midgley, J. & Pawar, M., Future Directions in Social Development (ed).  New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (pp. 21-40).

Pawar, M. (2017). The Need for Enhanced Community Participation.  In Midgley, J. & Pawar, M., Future Directions in Social Development (ed).  New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (pp. 61-77).

Pawar, M. & Midgley, J. (2017). Beyond Goals and Targets: Future of Social Development.  In Midgley, J. & Pawar, M., Future Directions in Social Development (ed).  New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (pp. 253-264).

Midgley, J. & Pawar, M. (2017). Social Development Forging Ahead.  In Midgley, J. & Pawar, M., Future Directions in Social Development (ed).  New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (pp. 3-19).

Villar, O. (2017) Foreword in Antonopoulos, P. & Cottle, D. Syria: The Hegemonic Flashpoint Between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Vij Books, New Delhi  http://www.vijbooks.com/BookDetails/684/Syria-The-Hegemonic-Flashpoint-between-Iran-and-Saudi-Arabia?

Webb, J.A., Watts, R.J., Allan, C., & Warner, A.T. (2017) Chapter 25: Principles for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Adaptive Management of Environmental Water Regimes. In Horne, A.C., Webb, J.A., Stewardson, M.J., Richter, B., Acreman, M. (Eds.,) Water for the environment: From policy and science to implementation and management (pp. 599-623). Elsevier, London https://www.elsevier.com/books/water-for-the-environment/horne/978-0-12-803907-6

 2016

Cobbinah, P. B., Okyere, D. K., & Gaisie, E. (2016). Population growth and water supply: the future of Ghanaian cities. In U. G. Benna & S. B. Garba (Eds.), Population Growth and Rapid Urbanisation in the Developing World (pp. 231-252). US, IGI Global.

Cobbinah, P. B., & Erdiaw-Kwasie, M. O. (2016). Urbanisation in Ghana: Insights and implications for urban governance. In U. G. Benna & S. B. Garba (Eds.) Population Growth and Rapid Urbanisation in the Developing World (pp. 82-104). US, IGI Global

Winemiller, K.O., Humphries, P. and Pusey, B.  (2016) Protecting apex predators. In:Conservation of Freshwater Fishes (Closs, G., Krkosek, M. and Olden, J.  Eds), Cambridge University Press.

Luck, G.W. (2016) 'Service Providing Units' in Potschin, M., Haines-Young, R., Fish, R. and Turner, R.K. (eds) Routledge Handbook of Ecosystem Services. Routledge, London and New York.

Beliakov, G., Geschke, A., James, S., Nimmo, D.G. (2016). Linear Optimization for Ecological Indices Based on Aggregation Functions. In Carvalso, J.P., Lesot, M., Kaymak, U., Viera, S. et al (Editors) Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems. Proceedings, Part II I of the 16th International Conference, IPMU 2016, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, June 20 - 24, 2016, Volume 611, of the Communications in Computer and Information Science series published by Springer.

Saunders, M., Cunningham, S. & Rader,R. (2-016)   Chapter 3. Agricultural Beescapes in Australian Native Bees, AgGuide series published by NSW Department of Primary Industries.

2015

Cobbinah, P.B., Thwaites, R. & Black, R.  (2015) Ecotourism as a mechanism for achieving a green economy in developing countries: Experiences from Ghana, In V. Reddy & K. Wilkes (eds.), Tourism in the green economy. (pp. 225-241). London: Routledge.  

Culas, R. J. and Mustapha, U. M. (2015) Climate Change and Bio-Fuel Production: Implications for Agricultural Land Use and Food Security in African Countries - Chapter 8, In: Harvie, A (edited) Food Security: Challenges, Role of Biotechnologies and Implications for Developing Countries, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY, USA. p. 143-160.

Finlayson, C.M. &  Horwtiz, P.  'Wetlands as settings for Human Health - the Benefits and the Paradox' in Finlayson, C.M., Horwtiz, P. & Weinstein, P. (Eds) (2015) Wetlands and Human Health, Springer, Netherlands. pp 1-13

Finlayson, C.M.,  Horwtiz, P. & Kumar, R.  'Interventions Required to Enhance Wetlands as Settings from Human Wellbeing' in Finlayson, C.M., Horwtiz, P. & Weinstein, P. (Eds) (2015) Wetlands and Human Health, Springer, Netherlands pp 193-225

Finlayson, C.M. &  Horwtiz, P.  'Human Health adn the Wise Use of Wetlands - Guidance in an international Policy Setting' in Finlayson, C.M., Horwtiz, P. & Weinstein, P. (Eds) (2015) Wetlands and Human Health, Springer, Netherlands. pp 227-250

Finlayson, C.M.  Horwtiz, P. & Weinstein, P. 'A Synthesis: Wetland as Settings for Human Health' in Finlayson, C.M., Horwtiz, P. & Weinstein, P. (Eds) (2015) Wetlands and Human Health, Springer, Netherlands. pp 251-263 

Pittock, J., Finlayson, M., Arthington, A. H., Roux, D., Matthews, J. H., Biggs, H., Harrison, I., Blom, E., Flitcroft, R., Froend, R., Hermoso, V., Junk, W., Kumar, R., Linke, S., Nel, J., Nunes da Cunha, C., Pattnaik, A., Pollard, S., Rast, W., Thieme, M., Turak, E., Turpie, J., van Niekerk, L., Willems, D. and Viers, J. (2015) 'Managing freshwater, river, wetland and estuarine protected areas', in G. L.  Worboys, M. Lockwood, A. Kothari, S. Feary and I. Pulsford (eds) Protected Area Governance and Management, pp. 569–608, ANU Press, Canberra.

Lei, Y., Finalyson, C.M., Thwaites, R. & Shi, G. (2015) A disaster prevention resettlement program in western China as an adaptation to climate change, in Rice, S . & Singer, J. (eds) Global implications of development, disasters and climate change: Responses to displacement from Asia Pacific.(pp 191-204) London:Routledge

Lunt, I. (2015) Field guide to the future, pp 114-120 in Nogrady,B. (Ed) The Best Australian Science Writing 2015, Newsouth Books, UNSW, Sydney  

Luck, G.W. (2015) 'Service Providing Units' in Potschin, M., Haines-Young, R., Fish, R. and Turner, R.K. (eds) Routledge Handbook of Ecosystem Services. Routledge, London and New York.

Saunders, M. (2015) Lost in a floral desert, pp 246-250 in Nogrady,B. (Ed) The Best Australian Science Writing 2015, Newsouth Books, UNSW, Sydney 

Villar, O. and Cottle D. (2015) FARC in Colombia: 21st Century US Imperialism and Class Warfare.  In Ness, I. and Cope, Z. (eds.). The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Imperialism and Anti-imperialism. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

2014

Bowmer, K.H.  & Meyer, W.S.  (2014) Irrigation Agriculture: Sustainability through Holistic Approaches to Water Use and Innovation in Giannino, M. (Ed) Drinking Water and Water Management: New Research, Nova Science Publishers New York 20124 Chapter 7, pp 181-221

Crampton, A. (2014) Water, An Essential Resource and Potential Health Risk! Rural Perceptions, Awareness and Knowledge of Health Risks in Ragusa, A.T (2014) (Ed.) Rural Lifestyles, Community Well-Being and Social Change: Lessons from Country Australia for Global Citizens, Bentham Science.

Finlayson,M., Bunting,W., Beveridge,M., Tharme, R.E., & Nguyen-Khoa,S. (2013) Chapter 7. Wetlands, in Boelee, E. (ed) Managing Water and Agroecosystems for Food Security, Wallingford, UK,CABI. 

McCartney,M., Finlyason,M., & de Silva,S. (2014) Chapt 6 Sustainable Development and Ecosystem Servic- es, in van der Bliek,J., McCornick,P., & Clarke,J. (Eds) (2014) On Target  for People and Planet: Setting and Schieving Water-related Sustainable Development Goals, IWMI &CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems

Boelee, E., Scherr, S.J., Pert, P.L., Barron, ., Finlayson, M., Descheemaker, K., Milder, J.C., Fleiner, R., Nguyen-Khoa, S.,, Barchiesi, S., Bunting, S.W., Tharme, R.E., Khaka, E., Coates, D., Solowey, E.M., Lloyd, G.J. Molden, D., & Cook,S. (2013) Chapter 11. Management of Water and Agroecosystems in Landscapes for Sustainable Food Security, in Boelee, E. (ed) Managing Water and Agroecosystems for Food Security, CABI.

Douglas, E.M., Finlayson, C.M., Revenga, C., & Frankic, A. (2014) Chapter 7.. Coastal Systems and Access to Safe and Potable Water in Bowen, R.E., Depledge, M.H. Carlarne, C.P. & Fleming, L.E. (Eds) Oceans and Human Health: Implications for Society and Well-Being, Wiley Blackwell

Foran, B. (2014) Chapter 11: Energy Generation, Planning and Management in Byrne, J., Sipe, N., & Dodson, J. (Eds.) Australian Environmental Planning: Challenges and Future Prospects, Routledge, London 

Ingham, V. (2014). Multimodal research applied to decision making by incident controllers on the fireground, (Chapter 4), in Barrett, E. and Bolt, B. (Eds.) Material Inventions: Applying Creative Research (2014), London and New York: I.B. Tauris Co & Ltd. 

Greenberg, R., Cardoni, A., Ens, B.J., Gan, X., Isacch, J.P., Koffijberg, K. & Loyn, R. (2014) The distribution and conservation of birds of coastal salt marshes. Pp. 180-242 In Maslo, B. and Lockwood, J.L. (eds.) Coastal Conservation. Conservation Biology 19. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Mlcek, S. (2014) Paucity Management in Human Services Delivery in Remote and Rural Communities in Ragusa, A.T (2014) (Ed.) Rural Lifestyles, Community Well-Being and Social Change: Lessons from Country Australia for Global Citizens, Bentham Science.

Pawar, M. and Huh, T. (2014) Korean Responses to Environmental Challenges: Origins, drivers and the impact of green growth on development. In  Yi, I., and  Mkandawire, T.  Learning from the South Korean Developmental Success: Effective Developmental Cooperation and Synergistic Institutions and Policies. Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan.

Watson, B., Lockton, H. and Pawar, M. (2014). Historic Child Sponsorship: Issues and Critique. In Watson, B. and Clark, M., Child Sponsorship: Exploring Pathways to a Brighter Future, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Pawar, M. (2014). Researching criminal court cases: A mixed methods approach". In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London: SAGE.

Pawar, M. and Huh, T. (2014). Korean Responses to Environmental Challenges: Origins, drivers and the impact of green growth on development. In Yi, I.,  and Mkandawire, T., Learning from the South Korean Developmental Success: Effective Developmental Cooperation and Synergistic Institutions and Policies. Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan.

Johnson, S., & Ragusa, A. (2014) The Impact of Rurality on Depression in Rural Australia: Socio-Cultural Reflections for Social Change in Ragusa, A.T (2014) (Ed.) Rural Lifestyles, Community Well-Being and Social Change: Lessons from Country Australia for Global Citizens, Bentham Science.

Ragusa, A., & Crowther, A. (2014) Australian Mental Health Nursing: The Challenges of Working in Rural and Remote Communities in Ragusa, A.T (2014) (Ed.) Rural Lifestyles, Community Well-Being and Social Change: Lessons from Country Australia for Global Citizens, Bentham Science

Sharma, K. (2014), 'Foreign aid, development and civil war in Nepal' in  Ware, A. (ed.), Development in Difficult Sociopolitical Contexts, Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills. Chapter 8, pp. 163-179

Tierney, R., & Parton, K. (2014) Social and Economic Change in Rural Communities: The Lachlan Region of New South Wales Between the 1920s and 1940s in Ragusa, A.T (2014) (Ed.) Rural Lifestyles, Community Well-Being and Social Change: Lessons from Country Australia for Global Citizens, Bentham Science.

2013

Edney, J. & Howard, J. (2013). Review 1: wreck diving. In G. Musa & K. Dimmock (Eds.), Scuba Diving Tourism (pp. 52-56). Abington, Oxon: Routledge.

Saintilan, N., Rogers,K., & Finlayson, C.M. (2013) Potential climate change impacts on the mangroves and saltmarshes of the Sydney Region, Chpt 3.08 in Paul.S. (ed) WET eBook: Workbook for Managing Urban Wetlands in Australia,, SOPA

 Webb, C., Field, C., Diver, L., Williams, R., Finlayson, C.M., Hunter, G. & Swapan, P. (2013) Facing the challenges of managing urban wetlands in Australia: the way forward, Chpt. 5.03 in Paul, S. (ed) WET eBook: Workbook for Managing Urban Wetlands in Australia, SOPA

Finlayson, C.M., Bartlett,M., Davidsohn, N., & McInnes, R. (2013) The Ramsar Convention and urban wetlands: an opportunity  for wetland education and training, Chpt 1.03 in  Paul. S. (ed)  WET eBook: Workbook for Managing Urban Wetlands in Australia,, SOPA

Finlayson, M., Bunting, S.W., Beveridge,M., Tharme, R.E. & Nguyen-Khoa,S. (2013) Chapter 7, Wetlands in  Boelee, E. (ed.) Managing Water and Agroecosystems for Food Security, CAB International, North America

Vose, J.M., Laird, S.G., Choice, Z.D. & Klepzig, K. (2013).  Summary of Findings, Management Options, and Interaction. In J.M. Vose & K. Klepzig (Eds.), Climate change adaptation and mitigation management options: A guide for natural resource managers. CRC Press; Boca Raton, FL. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466572751

McNab, W.H., Spetich, M.A., Perry, R.W., Haywood, J.D., Laird, S.G., Clark, S.L., Hart, J.L., Torreano, S.J., & Buchanan, M.L. (2013). Climate-Induced Migration of Native Tree Populations and Consequences for Forest Composition. In J.M. Vose & K. Klepzig (Eds.), Climate change adaptation and mitigation management options: A guide for natural resource managers. CRC Press; Boca Raton, FL. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466572751

Marion, D.A., Sun, G., Caldwell, P.V., Miniat, C.F., Ouyang, Y., Amatya, D.M., Clinton, B.D., Conrads, P.A., Laird, S.G., Dai, Z., Clingenpeel, J.A., Liu, Y., Roehl, E.A., Moore Myers, J.A. & Trettin, C. (2013). Managing Forest Water Quantity and Quality Under Climate Change. In J.M. Vose & K. Klepzig (Eds.), Climate change adaptation and mitigation management options: A guide for natural resource managers. CRC Press; Boca Raton, FL. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466572751

Masterman-Smith, H. (2013) Worker Citizens and the Environment. In H. Aslin and S. Lockie (eds). Engaged Environmental Citizenship. Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, NT, pp. 35-52

Simmons, P. & Cunningham, I. (2013) Communication and sports officials. In Paul Pedersen, (Ed) The Routledge Handbook of Sport Communication. Routledge.

Burns, A.E & Watson, D.M. (2013)  Islands in a sea of foliage: mistletoes as discrete components of forest canopies.  Pp. 215–222 in Treetops at Risk: challenges of Global Canopy Ecology and Conservation, ed. M Lowman. Springer, New York.

2012

Allan, C., Curtis, A., & Shindler, B. (2012) Watershed scale adaptive management: a social science perspective, Chapter 10 in J. Stanturf (Ed.), Forest Landscape Restoration: Integrating Natural and Social Sciences: Springer

Basu, P.K., Hicks, J., Conroy D., and Sappey, R.B. (2012) 'Implementing policy for place: Delegating labour market policy decisions to the local level', in Kuvvet Lordoglu, Derya Keskin Demirer and Ismail Siriner (eds) Labour Markets and Employment, IJOPEC Publication London and Istanbul, pp.95-111

Hanjra, M. A., Ferede, T., Narayanamoorthy, A and Culas R. J. (2012): Global Poverty: Definition and Measurement Issues - Chapter 3, In: Tavidze, A (edited) Progress in Economics Research, Volume 26, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Hauppauge, NY, USA

Curtis, A., & Race, D. (2012) Management of Tasmania's riparian zones by rural landholders. In Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., & McKee, J. (Eds.) Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. CSIRO Publishing, pp 69-82

Rogers,M., Curtis, A., & Mazur,N. (2012) Understanding rural landholders' responses to climate change In Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., & McKee, J. (Eds.) Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. CSIRO Publishing, pp 215-230

Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., & McKee, J. (2012) Introduction: improving the evidence base for natural resource management. In Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., & McKee, J. (Eds.) Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. CSIRO Publishing, pp 1-6

Lawrence, G., Richards, C., Gray, I. and Hansar, N. (2012) 'Climate Change and the Resilience of Commodity Food Production in Australia' pp. 131-146 in Rosin, C., Stock, P. and Campbell, H. (eds)  Food System Failure: The Global Food Crisis and the Future of Agriculture, Earthscan, New York.

McKenzie, J., B. Parsons,B., Seitz, A.C.,  Kopf, R.K.,  Mesa, M. and  Phelps, Q. Editors. (2012) Advances in fish tagging and marking technology. American Fisheries Society Book. Symposium 76, Bethesda, Maryland. Pp 1-560.

Kopf,  R.K. (2012) Forward to Chemical and Biological Markers Section. Pages 387 – 388 inMcKenzie, J., B. Parsons,B., Seitz, A.C.,  Kopf, R.K.,  Mesa, M. and  Phelps, Q. Editors. (2012) Advances in fish Tagging and marking technology. American Fisheries Society Book. Symposium 76, Bethesda, Maryland. Pp 1-560.

Matthews, A., Spooner. P.G. & Lunney, D. (2012) Herbivores in alpine herbfields: will wombats shift to higher altitudes with climate change? In Lunney.D & Hutchings P. ( eds) Wildlife and Climate Change: Towards Robust Conservation Strategies For Australian Fauna, Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, Australia, pp. 68-79

Minato, W., Curtis, A., & Allan, C. (2012) The role of social norms in natural resource management. In Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., & McKee, J. (Eds.) Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. CSIRO Publishing, pp 203-214

Muenstermann, I. (2012), Wind Farming and the Not-in-My-Backyard Syndrome: A Literature Review Regarding Australia's Challenge in Relation to Climate Change and CO2 Emissions, pp. 451-476. In Stephen S. Young & Steven E. Silvern (Eds.), International Perspectives on Global Environmental Change. IntechWeb.Org.

Paul, S.; Darcovich, K. and Jack, A. (  2012) Saltmarsh conservation at Sydney Olympic Park. In: Sainty G. and Hosking, G.; Carr, G. and Adam, P. (Editors) Estuary Plants and What's Happening to Them (eds) Sainty Books, Sydney. pp. 510-517

Pawar, M. (2012) International Community Practice: Local-Global issues and strategies. In  Weil, M., Reisch, M. and Ohmer, M.  Handbook of Community Practice. California: Sage

Pawar, M. and Tsui, M. (2012) Social Work in Southern and Eastern Asia. In Lyons, K., Hokenstad, T., Pawar, M., Huegler, N. and Hall, N., Sage Handbook of International Social Work. London: Sage

Pawar, M. (2012). Regional perspectives: Introduction. In Lyons, K., Hokenstad, T., Pawar, M., Huegler, N. and Hall, N., Sage Handbook of International Social Work. London: Sage

Huegler, N, Lyons, K. and Pawar, M. (2012). Setting the Scene. In Lyons, K., Hokenstad, T., Pawar, M., Huegler, N. and Hall, N., Sage Handbook of International Social Work. London: Sage

Race, D., Curtis, A., Kyle, G., Merritt, W., & Park, G.  (2012) Exploring landscape history through integrated participatory research: experiences from Victoria.  In Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., & McKee, J. (Eds.) Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. CSIRO Publishing, pp 145-156

Roots, J. Millar, J. and Thwaites, R. (2012) Farming in Rural Amenity Landscapes – maintaining food productivity in a changing environment. In Farmer-Bowers, Q., Higgins, V. and Millar, J. (2012) Food Security in Australia: Challenges and Prospects for the Future. Springer

Villar, O. (2012) Untouchable Compradores? Colombian State Narco-Terrorism and the People's Struggle for National Liberation. In Poynting, S. and Whyte, D. (eds.). Counter-Terrorism and State Political Violence: The 'War on Terror' as Terror. Routledge, New York.

2011

Hunter, C., Guisard, Y., Behrendt, K., Bone, Z., Cochrane, K., Culas, R., Mills, P., Telfser, S., Wheatley, W. (2011). Developing professional identity. In  Sutherland, S.,  Brotchie, J..  & Chesney, S. (edited.), Pebblegogy - ideas and activities to inspire and engage learners (pp. 118-123): Pebble Learning Ltd

Revenga, C. & Finalyson, M. (2011). Life waters: wetlands and climate change. In 2010-2011 State of the World – A Global Portrait. Wildlife Conservation Society, Island Press, Washington, pp 160-166

Molden, D., Vithanage, M., de Fraiture, C., Faures, J.M., Finlayson, M., Gordon, L., Molle, F., Peden, D. and Stentiford, D. (2011) Water availability and its use in agriculture. In  Wilderer, P. (ed) Treatise on Water Science, vol. 4, Academic Press, Oxford, pp 707–732

Pittock, J & Finlayson, C.M. (2011) Freshwater Ecosystem Conservation: Principles versus policy . In: Connell, D & Quentin Grafton, R.  (eds) Basin Futures: Water reform in the Murray Darling Basin  ANU E Press, Chapter 3, pp 39-57

Hatton MacDonald, D., Bark, R., Garrick, D., Banerjee, O., Connor,J., & Morrison, M. (2011) Multiple Benefits through the Life Cycle of the Basin Plan. In: Connell, D & Quentin Grafton, R.  (eds) Basin Futures: Water reform in the Murray Darling Basin  ANU E Press, Chapter 15, pp 263– 275

Laird, S.G., Ford, C.R., Laseter, S.H.& Vose, J.M. (2011).  Long-term Forest Management and Climate Effects on Streamflow.  In Medley, C.N., Patterson, G., and Parker, M.J., (eds)., 2011, Observing, studying, and managing for change—Proceedings of the Fourth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011–5169, 108-113.

Millar, J. (2011). Extension for Natural Resource Management: changing roles, approaches and methods. In Jennings, J., Woodside, D., and Packham, R. (eds) Enabling the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Agricultural Production: The Role of Extension. Australasia Pacific Extension Network (APEN). Pp 79-84. 

Ragusa, Angela T. (2011). Changing Towns, Changing Culture: Examining Tree Changers' Perceptions of Community in Australian Country Towns and Places, pp. 81-104. In Martin, J. & Budge, T. The Sustainability of Australia's Country Towns: Renewal, Renaissance, Resilience, Ballarat: VURRN Press.