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Congratulations to all our clients who recently were awarded doctorates...

Adbullah Alenezi, Challenging the status quo: adversarial question design in Arabic news interviews. Newcastle University (UK).

Abdulrhman Al Ghamdi, Imaging ancient LIP architecture with combined gravity and seismic methods: application to the Warakurna Large Igneous Province. School of Earth and Environment, The University of Western Australia.

Abdulrahman Almutairi, Scanning protocol optimisation for dual-energy computed tomography angiography in peripheral artery stenting. Department of Medical Radiation Sciences, Curtin University.

Eugen Bacon, Discerning ‘Outbreeds’ by artefact and exegesis. Swinburne university.

Gai Bryant, Cuban folkloric and traditional music styles: rumba, danzón, punto libre and bolero adapted for jazz big band in Australia using modern compositional techniques. University of Sydney, Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Casey Mainsbridge, The effect of a workplace intervention designed to interrupt prolonged occupational sitting on the health of desk-based employees. University of Tasmania.

Sheryl Mattu, Health beliefs and behaviour of a population screened for chronic kidney disease in Sarawak: a mixed methods study. Curtin University, School of Public Health.

Solmaz Moghimi, Creativity and innovation in hotels and resorts: the role of leadership. RMIT University.

Vicki Russell, Addressing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: problem intractability and the search for solutions. University of Tasmania.

Jeff Thomas, Re-engagement of students after an alternative education program. University of Tasmania.

Michael Wang, Logistics capability, supply chain uncertainty and risk, and logistics performance: an empirical analysis of the Australian courier industry. Business IT and Logistics, RMIT University.

Jennifer Weber, The understanding of early childhood development that Alberta kindergarten teachers bring to their work when administering the Early Development Instrument (EDI). Australian Catholic University.

and who published articles...

Abdulellah Alotaibi, Leila Gholizadeh, Ali Al-Ganmi, and Lin Perry, Examining perceived and actual diabetes knowledge among nurses working in a tertiary hospital. Health Advance Journal.

Hisham Al Refai and Mohamed Abdelaziz Eissa, The impact of FIFA’s official announcements on the stock market of Qatar: the case of the 2022 World Cup. Research in International Business and Finance.

Thamer Alomayri, The microstructural and mechanical properties of geopolymer composites containing glass microfibres. Ceramics International.

Saeed Badghish, Measuring values importance of Saudi consumers. International Journal of Marketing Studies.

Dongting Liu, Jiayi Liu, Zhaoying Wen, Yu Li, Zhonghua Sun, Qin Xu, and Zhanming Fan, 320-row CT renal perfusion imaging in patients with aortic dissection: a preliminary study. Plos One.

Jake Gorman, Farida Akhtar, Robert Durand and John Gould, The MAX effect revisited (conference paper, FMA 2017, Boston) (presented by Robert Durand).

Pauline Joseph, Leisure and information practices: a case study of motor sport in Australia. Leisure/ Loisir.

Ashkan Khalili, Linking leaders’ emotional intelligence competencies and employees’ creative performance and innovative behaviour: evidence from different nations. International Journal of Innovation Management.

Joye Khoo and Robert Durand, AFM—Leverage and the Japanese Financial Crisis. The Asia-Pacific Research Exchange.

Anil Mishra, Foreign bias in Australian-domiciled mutual fund holdings. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.

Richard Rymarz, Considering governance of Catholic schools in Canada: some Insights for Australia. eJournal of Catholic Education in Australia.

Peyman Sabet and Grace Zhang, ‘I don’t think versus I think not’. Text & Talk.

Grace Zhang. ‘How elastic a little can be and how much a little can do in Chinese’. Chinese Language and Discourse.

Grace Zhang. ‘Elastic language in TV discussion discourse: a case study of ba in Chinese’. International Journal of Chinese Linguistics.

Yixiao Zhou, Human capital, institutional quality and industrial upgrading: global insights from industrial data. Economic Change and Restructuring:

...and had books accepted for publication...

 

healthycities

 

collectingindigenousdead

 

specfic

 

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...and while our specialty is academic editing, we are equally proud of the work our other clients have published this year.

non-fiction

chameleons

 

Asylum

 

pockets

 

strutting

fiction

banished

 

RainbowIsland.

verse

poetry

short stories

shorts

 

 

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