Thursday, January 06, 2011

e-publications@bond Top Ten Papers for 2010

As you may know all e-publications@bond authors can set up an account to receive an automatic monthly report that tracks readership for their articles based on full download counts.

Using reports that we order and analyse for the whole repository the following researchers and their papers have officially achieved our

Top Ten List for 2010

In Author, Paper and Download Count order:

1. Kim Kercher
Corporate Social Responsibility: Impact of globalisation and
international business 6770

2. Natasha Schot
Negligent liability in sport 4684

3. Gregory J. Boyle
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI):
Some Psychometric Limitations 4277

4. Denis Ong
Breach of Fiduciary Duty: The Alternative Remedies 3923

5. Tina Hunter
Rule of law, separation of powers and judicial decision making
in Australia - Part 2 3748

6. Samuel Ramos & Gregory J. Boyle
Ritual and Medical Circumcision among Filipino boys:
Evidence of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 2583

7. Mary Power
‘Working through communication’
Chapter 11 : Non-verbal communication 2097

8. Paul Harpur
Occupational Health and Safety Issues and the Boardroom:
Criminal Penalties for Directors for Company's Lack of Safety 2021

9. Evan Douglas & Lawrence Cunningham
Competitive strategies in Australia's airline
deregulation experience 1996

10. Louise Hortsmanshof & Mary Power
Mobile phones, SMS, and relationships 1808

Personal Researcher Pages (PRPs) are also continually growing with a total of 243 created by the end of 2010. A webpage is set up for each academic as a showcase of their research and scholarship and can also feature an area for presenting Expertise, Honours and Awards and a Links list to other relevant sites. PRPs are also accessible via the Faculty or Institute pages if you are browsing by discipline.

All Bond researchers and authors are welcome to have a presence in e-publications@bond with their own Personal Researcher Page whilst adding work to their School series which is kept in perpetuity as a record of the scholarship of the University. Please contact the Research Support Coordinator for further information and assistance in depositing material.

We look forward to working with you in 2011.

The Research Support Team
Antoinette Cass, Kendall Kousek and Dianne Monnier

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