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 participants: lynette finch
 Lynette Finch
Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
University of the Sunshine Coast

Research Projects
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.

2003. Internal Research Grant, University of the Sunshine Coast, Project: Food markets in Brisbane.
Refereed Publications in the past five years
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.

Research Supervisions
Ben Roberts, PhD candidate. 'Feeding the Australian Army during the first world war'.

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