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  • Development of a short‐item diet quality questionnaire for Indigenous mothers and their young children: The Menzies remote short‐item dietary assessment tool 

    Rohit, Athira; Brimblecombe, Julie; O'Dea, Kerin; Tonkin, Emma; Maypilama, Lawurrpa; Maple-Brown, Louise J (WIley, 2018-04-19)
    The importance of a healthy diet in facilitating optimal childhood development and preventing chronic disease cannot be overstated. Despite this, unhealthy food patterns frequently occur as early as 9 months of age and ...
  • Characteristics of Smartphone Applications for Nutrition Improvement in Community Settings: A Scoping Review 

    Tonkin, Emma; Brimblecombe, Julie; Wycherley, Thomas Philip (Oxford University Press, 2017-03-10)
    Smartphone applications are increasingly being used to support nutrition improvement in community settings. However, there is a scarcity of practical literature to support researchers and practitioners in choosing or ...
  • Consumer Trust 

    Coveney, John David; Henderson, Julie Anne; Meyer, Samantha B; Mamerow, Loreen; Taylor, Anne; Ward, Paul Russell; Wilson, Annabelle (Sage, 2015)
    In the past two decades, food industries in developed countries have experienced increasing numbers of food scares that have resulted in increased consumer concerns about the safety of food. Concerns about the safety and ...
  • The Relative Validity of the Menzies Remote Short-Item Dietary Assessment Tool (MRSDAT) in Aboriginal Australian Children Aged 6–36 Months 

    Tonkin, Emma; Kennedy, Dani; Golley, Rebecca Kirsty; Byrne, Rebecca; Rohit, Athira; Kearns, Therese; Hanieh, Sarah; Biggs, Beverley-Ann; Brimblecombe, Julie (MDPI, 2018-05-10)
    The Menzies Remote Short-item Dietary Assessment Tool (MRSDAT) can be used to derive a dietary index score, which measures the degree of compliance with the Australian Dietary Guidelines. This study aimed to determine the ...
  • The Image of ruins in Greek aestheticism: evoking the distant past and reflecting the human emotion 

    Douti, Panagiota (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    The purpose of this work is to present the image of ruins in Greek Aestheticism, as it appeared in the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the twentieth century in Greek literature. This research ...
  • Religious sacraments and dance in the Greek Orthodox Church 

    Riak, Patricia (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    The article analyses the Dance of Isiah as performed during the sacraments of Marriage and Holy Orders in the Greek Orthodox Church. The paper is concerned with ritual process merging both biblical text and sacramental ...
  • Greek-Australian women's love poetry: of terrain and transnationalism 

    Dounis, Konstandina (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper seeks to showcase the various facets of love, romantic and otherwise, explored by Greek-Australian women writers in their poetry and prose. It reinforces the paramount significance of contextuality in relation ...
  • Lost in translation? Investigating the linguistic and conceptual understanding of translated text for older adults of Greek background. 

    Tsianikas, Michael; Belperio, Irene (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    South Australia is home to a significant cohort of post-World War II migrants from non-English speaking backgrounds. These migrants now constitute a sizeable portion of those 65 years and older in the state. It has been ...
  • Identity and social connection of Greek dancing in diaspora 

    Avgoulas, Maria-Irini; Fanany, Rebecca (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper will discuss findings from a qualitative study undertaken in Melbourne, Australia that investigated Greek dancing as an aspect of cultural identity and wellbeing. This research involved nineteen participants ...
  • A Smartphone App to Reduce Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Among Young Adults in Australian Remote Indigenous Communities: Design, Formative Evaluation and User-Testing 

    Tonkin, Emma; Jeffs, Lauren; Wycherley, Thomas Philip; Maher, Carol; Smith, Ross Travers; Hart, Ross; Cubillo, Beau; Brimblecombe, Julie (JMIR Publications, 2017-12-12)
    Background: The disproportionate burden of noncommunicable disease among Indigenous Australians living in remote Indigenous communities (RICs) is a complex and persistent problem. Smartphones are increasingly being used ...
  • Greasy spoon dagoes: Sydney's Greek food-catering phenomenon, 1870s-1952 

    Janiszewski, Leonard; Alexakis, Effy (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    Over the first-half of the twentieth century, Sydney’s Greeks became numerically prominent as food caterers and radically transformed the character of the city’s popular eating-houses. They introduced new American commercial ...
  • Gorgopotamos and after: Tom Barnes' Greek archive 1942-45 

    Barnes, Katherine (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    Cecil Edward (Tom) Barnes took part in the famous sabotage operation of the Gorgopotamos Bridge in November 1942 as leader of the demolition party. Remaining in Greece after the attack, he rose to become one of two Area ...
  • Protein Intake and Growth in Preterm Infants: A Systematic Review 

    Tonkin, Emma; Collins, Carmel T; Miller, Jacqueline (Sage, 2014-10-15)
    Objective. This review aimed to investigate the relationship between varying levels of enteral protein intake and growth in preterm infants, regardless of feeding method. Data Sources. Electronic databases were searched ...
  • Personal narratives after stoke: stories from bilingual Greek-English immigrants living in South Australia 

    Kambanaros, Maria (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    Narratives are intricately intertwined with quality of life, culture, and social participation. This paper reports stories told by bilingual people describing the events or consequences of a stroke on their lives. Six ...
  • Australians in Crete in World War II 

    Monteath, Peter David (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper argues that the Australian involvement in wartime Crete took place in three main phases. In the first phase Australian forces participated in the defence of Crete against German invasion over twelve days in ...
  • Evangelising Zeus: the Iliad according to Loukanes 

    Dourou, Calliope (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    As early as the fourth century AD, and despite the unflagging efforts of the emperor Julian, known by the sobriquet the Apostate, to thwart the Christians from forging an abiding bond with classical literature, the process ...
  • From Ancient Greek myth to contemporary science in Australia: Cronus as an environmental hypothesis 

    González-Vaquerizo, Helena (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper analyses the reception of Greek mythological figures in Earth system science. It concentrates on the so-called Cronus hypothesis (Bradshaw & Brook, 2009), using the myth of this Titan as an analogue to explain ...
  • Plato and Hurka and the place of reason in the good life 

    Usher, Matthew L (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper looks at the argument of one of the proponents of the Objective List Theory of Well-being, Thomas Hurka, in his book The Best Things in Life, and contrasts it with Plato’s arguments from several of his dialogues; ...
  • Euclid's geometry: the case of contradiction 

    Mortensen, Chris (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper surveys Euclid’s geometry. After raising philosophical questions about the relation between the diagrams and the words, the question is raised concerning how there can be a diagram appropriate to a reductio ad ...
  • Aristotle and Democracy 

    Mann, Scott (Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2019)
    This paper looks at Aristotle's Politics from the perspective of contemporary political, social and economic problems and possibilities. A focus upon Aristotle's defence of slavery highlights the fact that while contemporary ...

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