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DIGITAL MONKEYS: HOW AN INTERNET-BASED PERFORMANCE CAN REFLECT THE DEVELOPMENT OF RULES IN SOCIETY

R Martin
This paper explores the idea that audience interaction in improvised performance can challenge and, in turn, change the way that audience members understand relationships and structures in society. I propose that it is the visceral experience of simulated social relations during a performance that facilitates this reframing in the audience. This concept is examined with regards to Digital Monkeys, an internet-based, audience-interactive improvisation that aims to achieve this very goal. Specifically, Digital Monkeys aims to...

A second order moment approach for addressing the uncertainty around financial variables in life cycle costing (LCC) analysis

Yuting Sun
Since the 1990s, governments’ growing interest in sustainability has promoted widespread adoption of life cycle costing (LCC) in investment appraisal. LCC relies on the estimates of financial variables that contain acknowledged uncertainty. Despite numerous probabilistic studies in the literature, the influence of uncertainty is still unclear because conventional approaches are data-intensive and/or computationally complex. In this light, the thesis aims to develop an improved approach with second order moment thinking, and explicitly identify the influence...

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Queensland 2020

C Chan, T Broady, B Bavinton, L Mao, S Cripps, S Staunton, A Adair, L Coffey, G Prestage & M Holt

Hepatitis B-related stigma and health literacy in the DLM program

M Hopwood, M Beadman, K Beadman, E Cama & C Treloar

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Tasmania 2020

T Broady, C Chan, B Bavinton, L Mao, S Melody, M Anning, L Owen, G Prestage & M Holt

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the non-government alcohol and other drug sector: future implications

K Van De Ven, A Ritter & R Stirling

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