Strike me lucky : Social difference and consumer culture in Roy Rene’s only film
Out of the frying pan : From casual teaching to temp work
Win and lose : Subculture and social difference in 'Dogs in Space'
Life as a pizza : The comic traditions of wogsploitation films
When the sun sets over suburbia : Class and subculture in Bruce Beresford's Puberty Blues
You and me against the world : Revisiting puberty blues
The comedian comedies : George Wallace's 1930s comedies, Australian cinema and Hollywood
No matter how far you run; Looking for Alibrandi and coming of age in Italo-Australian Cinema and girlhood
The possibilities of roads not taken - Intellect and utopia in the films of Richard Linklater
A handshake and a smile: video-making, young people and mental health
Loose cannons : White masculinity and the vulgar teen comedy film
Australian comedy films of the 1930s : Modernity, the urban and the international
Clueless : American Youth in the 1990s
The virtual city in 'The doctor Blake mysteries'
'In the best film star tradition’: Claire Adams and Mooramong
Prurient exuberance : Early Australian sex hygiene films and the origins of ozploitation
The warrior woman in Harlequin’s Bombshell Athena Force series
- Chivers, Marian, Speed, Lesley, Tasker, Meg
In the best film star tradition : Claire Adams and Mooramong
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