| ||Lynette Finch|
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
University of the Sunshine Coast
1999. Visiting Fellow and Sabbatical Fellow of the Research School of Social Sciences, History Program, Division of Historical Studies, Australian National University. Project: Psychological Propaganda during the twentieth century.
Refereed Publications in the past five years
2003. Internal Research Grant, University of the Sunshine Coast, Project: Food markets in Brisbane.
Lynette Finch and Chris McConville (eds), Gritty Cities: Images of the Urban, Sydney, Pluto Press, 1999.
'Heroes of the Street' in Lynette Finch and Chris McConville, (eds) Gritty Cities: Images of the Urban, Sydney, Pluto Press, 1999.
'Psikolojik Propaganda: Yirminci Yüzyilin Ilk Yansinda Fikirlerin Fikirlerle Savasi', (Originally: Psychological Propaganda: a twentieth-century legacy), Avrasya Dosyazi, Cilt 8/2002 Sayi, pp: 88-103.
'Psychological Propaganda: the war of ideas on ideas', Armed Forces & Society, Spring 2000, Vol 26, No. 3, pp. 367-386.
'Representations of The Man in the Street in World War II Propaganda Films', Journal of Australian Studies, no. 60, 1999 pp. 96-105.
'Soothing Syrups and Teething Powders: Regulating Proprietary Drugs in Australia, 1960 - 1910', Medical History, 43:1999 74-94.
'Cows in the City', Fourth Urban History/Urban Planning Conference papers, 2000.
'Caring for Colonial Infants: Parenting on the Frontiers', Australian Historical Studies, 29, 110, April 1998, 109-126.
'Knowing the Enemy: Australian Psychological Warfare and the Business of Influencing Minds in the Second World War', War & Society, 16, 2, October 1998, 71 - 91.
Lynette Finch, The Classing Gaze. Class, Sexuality and Surveillance, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1993.
Ben Roberts, PhD candidate. 'Feeding the Australian Army during the first world war'.
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