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Geographic information technologies: cultural mapping and the prospects of colliding epistemologies.
Geographic information technologies: cultural mapping and the prospects of colliding epistemologies.. Cultural Trends. 19(4). 2010.
Indigenous Hip-hop: overcoming marginality, encountering constraints.. Australian Geographer. 41(1):141-158.. 2010.
Aboriginal youth, hip hop and the politics of identification. Ethnic and Racial Studies. In Press. In Press.
Playing with others and selves: australian Aboriginal desert musicians on tour.. the Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology . 10(2):98-114.. 2009.
Australian hip hop as a subculture. Youth Studies Australia. 22(2):1-13.. 2003.
Employment and socio-spatial relations in Australia's cultural economy. Australian Geographer. 33(2):173-189.. 2002.
Rural transformation and cultural industries: popular music on the New South Wales Far North Coast. Australian Geographical Studies. 40(3):336-356.. 2002.
Bongo Fury: tourism, music and cultural economy at Byron Bay, Australia. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (Journal of Economic and Social Geography). 94(2):164-187.. 2003.