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All information contained in Curtin’s Cultural Diversity and Inclusive Practice Toolkit it based on material provided by Flinders University at http://www.flinders.edu.au/cdip/cdip_toolkit/ in accordance with our Licence Agreement of 24th September 2009.

Ways of working with staff and students from culturally diverse backgrounds

Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2008). Australian demographic statistics (No. 3101.0). Canberra, ACT http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@nsf/mf/3101.0

Berger, M. (1996). Cross-Cultural Team Building: Guidelines for More Effective Communication and Negotiation. McGraw-Hill: England.

Carroll, J. (2000). A Way of Thinking About Culture: An exercise. Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.

Clifford, K., & Schmult, S. (1989) University of Michigan at

http://www.internationalcenter.umich.edu/life/passage.html

Definition of diversity. (2010). Retrieved March 2010 from



http://www.diversitycentral.com/leaders_toolkit/toolkit/definition1.html

http://www.idiomsite.com/ Accessed December 2010

http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/ Accessed January 2011

http://eesj.curtin.edu.au/cultural/culture_shock.html Accessed November 2010

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/idiom Accessed 15 October 2010

http://goaustralia.about.com/cs/language/a/aussiespeak2.htm Accessed January 2011

Office of Multicultural interests. ( 2008). Retrieved on November 2010 from http://www.omi.wa.gov.au/

Schneider, K., Cultural Differences: International Students Coping with Culture Shock. Retrieved 15 April 2010 from University of Wisconsin Eau Claire website: http://www.uwec.edu/counsel/pubs/shock.htm

Cultural inclusivity in teaching and research

Ballard, B., & Clanchy, J. (1991). Teaching students from overseas: A brief guide for lecturers and supervisors. Melbourne, Australia: Longman Cheshire.

Boice, R. (1996). First-order principles for college teachers: Ten basic ways to Improve the teaching process. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company.

Chaisson R. ( 2004). A crack In the door: Critical race theory in practice At a predominantly white institution. Teaching Sociology, 32(4), 345-357.

Carroll, J. (2000). A way of thinking about culture: An exercise. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development. Retrieved from http://www.brookes.ac.uk/services/ocsd/2_learntch/culture_exercise.html

Donohoue Clyne, I. (2001). Finding Common Ground: Cross-Cultural Research in the Muslim Community. Retrieved from http://www.aare.edu.au/01pap/don01569.htm

Gordon, J. (2002). Immigrants and education: Dialogic inquiry as pedagogy. Teaching Sociology, 30(3), 278-290.

Haddad, A., & Lieberman, L. (2002). From student resistance to embracing the sociological imagination: Unmasking privilege, social conventions, and racism. Teaching Sociology, 30(3), 328-341.

Hedley, M., & Markowitz, L. (2001). Avoiding moral dichotomies: Teaching controversial topics to resistant students. Teaching Sociology, 29(2), 195-208.

Howard, J., & Baird, R. (2000). The consolidation of responsibility and students’ definition of the classroom. Journal of Higher Education, 71:700-721.

Human Rights Brief No. 3: Freedom of Religion and Belief. Retrieved from Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, http://www.hreoc.gov.au/human_rights/briefs/brief_3.html

Indigenous Philosophy in Pedagogy and Research. (2004). In Synergy (p. 5-10). University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.

Ma Rhea Z., & Rigney, L. (2002). Researching with respect: Supervising Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students’ in Sillitoe. In J. Crosling, G. Webb, J. and S. Vance (Eds.), Assisting Research Students from Non-Traditional Backgrounds. Melbourne, HERDSA.

Perry, J. W. G. (1999). Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development in the College Years. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers

Roberts, A., & Smith, K. (2002). Managing emotions in the college classroom: The cultural diversity course as an example. Teaching Sociology, 30(3), 291-302

Roberts, K. (2002). Ironies of effective teaching: Deep structure learning and constructions of the classroom. Teaching Sociology, 30(1), 1-25

Slater, J. (2000). Blindness, worldlessness, and educational practice. TABOO. The Journal of Culture and Education, 4(2), p. 1-19.

Stevens, D., & Van Natta, M. (2002). Teaching critical observation as a sociological tool. Teaching Sociology, 30(2), 243-253

Trosset, C. (1998) Obstacles To Open Discussion And Critical Thinking. Change, 30(5), 44-49. Retrieved from http://www.edchange.org/

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. (2000). Guidelines for ethical research in Indigenous studies. Retrieved from Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies website: http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/corp/docs/EthicsGuideA4.pdf

The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986 (Cth): its application to religious freedom and the right to non-discrimination in employment. Retrieved from Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission 2006 http://www.hreoc.gov.au/Human_Rights/religion/religious_guidelines.html

Orrell, J. (2002). Religion in the University Classroom. Adelaide, SA: Retrieved from Flinders University website:



http://www.flinders.edu.au/religiouscentre/interfaith_forum/2002/classroom.php

Perry, J. (1999). Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development in College Years. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Sanderson, V., & Allard, A. (2001) Research as dialogue and cross cultural consultations: Confronting relations of power. Retrieved from Australian Association for Research in Education Conference website: http://www.aare.edu.au/01pap/all01558.htm

Sutherland, E., & Tandy, C. (2001). Challenges of cross-cultural research - methods and processes in inter-cultural studies. A Forum on Social Change and Cultural Diversity, 1(1), p. 39-50.

Weis, L. (1992). Reflections on the researcher in a multicultural environment.

In C. Grant (Ed.), Research and Multicultural Education: From the Margins to the Mainstream.

London, Falmer Press.

Worby, G., & Rigney, D. (2002). Approaching ethical issues: institutional management of

Indigenous research. Australian Universities Review, 45(1), p. 24-33.



Aboriginal culture, protocols and terms

Curtin’s Indigenous Commitment: Consolidated plans, policies and procedures (2009).

Retrieved 2010.

Using the right words: appropriate terminology for Indigenous Australian studies’ 1996 in Teaching the Teachers: Indigenous Australian Studies for Primary Pre-Service Teacher Education. School of Teacher Education, University of New South Wales. Retrieved from Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies website



http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/

Database of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers and their works. Accessed November 2010



http://www.austlit.edu.au/specialistDatasets/BlackWords

Smyth, D. (1994). Understanding country: The importance of land and sea in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander societies. Key issue paper No., Council of Australian Reconciliation. Australian Government Publishing Service: Canberra, ACT.



Teaching off shore

Understanding Chinese Names. Accessed January 2011, from http://chineseculture.about.com/library/weekly/aa122000a.htm

Ballard, B., & Clanchy, J. (1991). Teaching students from overseas: A brief guide for lecturers and supervisors. Melbourne, Victoria: Longman Cheshire.

Biggs, J.B. & Watkins, D.A. (Eds) (1996). The Chinese learner: Cultural, psychological and contextual linfluences .Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Council for Educational Research.

Carroll, J. (2000). A way of thinking about culture: An exercise. Accessed January 2011, from

http://www.brookes.ac.uk/services/ocsd/2_learntch/culture_exercise.html

Carroll, J. (2002). A Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.

Carroll, J. (2003). Six things I did not know four years ago about dealing with plagiarism. In H. Marsden & M, Hicks (Eds.), Educational Integrity: Plagiarism and other perplexities: Proceedings of the Inaugural Educational Integrity Conference. Adelaide, SA: University of South Australia.

Supervising Research Higher Degree Students

Aspland, T., & O’Donoghue, T. (1994). Quality in Supervising Overseas Students? In O. Zuber-Skerrit & Y. Ryan (Eds.), Quality in postgraduate supervision. London, UK, Kogan Page.

Ballard, B., & Clanchy, J. (1991). Teaching students from overseas: A brief guide for lecturers and supervisors. Melbourne, Victoria: Longman Cheshire.

Cahill, D. (1997). Postgraduate supervision of international students in the Australian context. Annual ISANA (International Student Advisers Network of Australia) Conference. Melbourne, November 1997. Melbourne: Victoria.

Cryer, P., & Okorocha, E. (1999). Avoiding potential pitfalls in the supervision of NESB students. In Y. Ryan & O. Zuber-Skerritt (Eds.), Supervising postgraduates from non-English speaking backgrounds. Buckingham, UK: The Society for Research into Higher Education.

Dunlap, L. (1990). Language and power: Teaching writing to third-world graduate students. In B. Sanyal (Ed.), Breaking the boundaries: A one-world approach to planning education. New York, NY: Plenum.

Graham, A. & Grant, B. (1993). Guidelines for discussion. Auckland, NZ: University of Auckland.

Hird, B. (1997). Asian students studying for higher degrees in Australia: The supervisor-student relationship. Forum of Education, 52(1), p. 30-41.

Ma Rhea Z., & Rigney, L. (2002). Researching with respect: Supervising Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students in Sillitoe. In J. Crosling, G. Webb, J. and S. Vance (Eds.), Assisting Research Students from Non-Traditional Backgrounds. Melbourne, Victoria: HERDSA.

Weissberg, R. & Buker, S. (1990). Writing up research: Experimental research report writing for students of English. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.



Religion in the Curtin context

ABC. (2010). Religion and Ethics: Islam. Retrieved 2010 from http://www.abc.net.au/religion/stories/s790151.htm

Dr Athar Shahid: Twenty Five Questions Asked about Islam. Retrieved 2010 from

http://www.islamfortoday.com/athar02.htm

Australian Bureau of Statistics Year Book. (2010).

Religious Affiliation. Retrieved from

http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/web+pages/statistics

BBC. (2010). Religion and Ethics. Retrieved 2010 from



http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/islam/

Curtin Multi-Faith Services. Retrieved 2010 from



http://multifaith.curtin.edu.au/

Government of Western Australia: Office of Multicultural Interests. (n.d.).

Culture and Religion – Guidelines for Service: Islam. Retrieved 2010 from http://www.omi.wa.gov.au/omi_guidelines.asp?choice=4

IslamiCity: Understanding Islam and Muslims. (n.d.). Retrieved 2010 from



http://www.islamicity.com/mosque/uiatm/un_islam.htm

Is’harc, I. (1997) Islam and its Festivals. London, UK: Ta-Ha Publishers.



Culturally inclusive social and sporting events

Equal Opportunity Commission of SA and SA Office for Recreation & Sport. (n.d.). Retrieved from



http://www.playbytherules.net.au/

Equal Opportunity Commission of Western Australia. (n.d.). Accessed 2011 from http://www.eoc.wa.gov.au/YourRights.aspx

Equity and Diversity Planning Publications. Depth: Melbourne, Victoria: University of Melbourne. Retrieved September 2004, from http://www.services.unimelb.edu.au/ellp/publications/edp_ pubs.html

Fox, K.R. (1999). The influence of physical activity on mental well-being, Public Health Nutrition, 2(3a), p. 411-418.

Jarvie, G. (1998). Sport and social capital in British higher education. Sociology of Sport Online. Retrieved August 2004, from http://physed.otago.ac.nz/sosol/v1i1/v1i1a1.htm

International Student Services Unit. (2004). Adelaide, South Australia: Flinders University, (n.d.). Accessed September 2004, from http://www.flinders.edu.au/international/services/

Keogh, V. (2002). Multicultural Sport: Sustaining a Level Playing Field. Melbourne. Centre for Multicultural: Youth Issues.

Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research. (n.d.). Adelaide, South Australia: Flinders University. Accessed September 2004, from http://www.flinders.edu.au/yunggorendi/


Resources and further information


Anglican Diocese Perth

http://www.perth.anglican.org/

Australian Sports Commission, http://www.ausport.gov.au/

Australian Vegetarian Society (n.d.). Accessed 2011 from http://www.veg-soc.org/cms/html/

Baptist Churches Western Australia



http://www.baptistwa.asn.au/

Council of Churches of WA



www.churcheswa.com.au

 

Cyber kitchen (n.d.). Retrieved 2011 from http://www.cyber-kitchen.com/rfcj/kosherfaq.htm



Eat Halal (n.d.). Retrieved 2011 from http://www.eat-halal.com/halal.shtml

Hindu Association of WA



www.hindu.org.au

Lutheran Church Australia



http://www.lca.org.au/

OMI Buddhist Information Sheet



http://www.omi.wa.gov.au/omi_guidelines.asp?choice=1

OMI Christianity Information Sheet



http://www.omi.wa.gov.au/omi_guidelines.asp?choice=2

OMI Hinduism Information Sheet



http://www.omi.wa.gov.au/omi_guidelines.asp?choice=3

  Perth Baha'i Community http://www.perth.wa.bahai.org.au/

Roman Catholic Diocese

http://www.perthcatholic.org.au/

 

Salvation Army



http://www.salvationarmy.org.au/wa

 

Seventh-day Adventist Church



http://wa.adventist.org.au/

The Buddhist Society of Western Australia



http://www.bswa.org.au/

  Uniting Church Western Australia



http://www.wa.uca.org.au/

Wikipedia: Baha'i Faith in Australia



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bah%C3%A1%27%C3%AD_Faith_in_Australia

 Wikipedia: Buddhism in Australia



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddhism_in_Australia

Wikipedia: Hinduism in Australia



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinduism_in_Australia



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