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Author: Verdouw, JJ (Dr Julia Verdouw)

Number of items: 25

Journal Article
Verdouw, J and Habibis, D, Housing First programs in congregate-site facilities: can one size fit all?, Housing Studies pp. 1-22. ISSN 0267-3037 (2017) [Refereed Article] 
Eccleston, R and Flanagan, K and Verdouw, J and Duncan, A and Ong, R and Warren, N and Whelan, S, Discussion Paper: Pathways to housing tax reform, AHURI Final Report pp. 1-40. ISSN 1834-7223 (2016) [Non Refereed Article]
Verdouw, J, The invisible houses: re-thinking and designing low-cost housing in developing countries, Housing Studies, 31, (6) pp. 752-753. ISSN 0267-3037 (2016) [Letter or Note in Journal]
Verdouw, JJ, The subject who thinks economically? Comparative money subjectivities in neoliberal context, Journal of Sociology, 53, (3) pp. 523-540. ISSN 1440-7833 (2016) [Refereed Article] 
Habibis, D and Phillips, R and Phibbs, P and Verdouw, J, Identifying effective arrangements for tenancy management service delivery to remote Indigenous communities, AHURI Positioning Paper, 165 pp. 1-51. ISSN 1834-9250 (2015) [Refereed Article] 
Verdouw, J and Gabriel, M and Habibis, D, Expectation Gaps: How well are the goals of the NPAH working for tenants of supported accommodation facilities?, Parity pp. 53-51. ISSN 1032-6170 (2014) [Professional, Non Refereed Article] 
Habibis, D and Phillips, P and Phibbs, P and Verdouw, J, Progressing tenancy management reform on remote Indigenous communities, AHURI Final Report, 223 pp. 1-103. ISSN 1834-7223 (2014) [Refereed Article]
Gregory, S and Verdouw, J, Therapeutic Touch: Its application for residents in aged care, Australian Nursing Journal, 12, (7) pp. 23-25. (2005) [Refereed Article] 
Conference Publication
Verdouw, J, Housing First in Tasmania: An evaluation of Single-Site Settings, National Housing Conference, 28-30 October, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (2015) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Verdouw, J, Balancing Generations: Challenges for the Volunteers of the Options Generation, Volunteer Tasmania Symposium, October, Tasmania (2012) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Verdouw, J, Downshifting, The Australian Sociological Association National Conference, 26th - 29th November 2012, Queensland (2012) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Verdouw, J, For the L/ove of Money, Forge 'Dangerous Stories' National Conference, July, Victoria (2007) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Verdouw, J, Money in the Middle, The Australian Sociological Association National Conference, 5th - 8th December, Hobart (2005) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Eccleston, RG and Flanagan, K and Verdouw, J and Duncan, A and Ong, R and Warren, N and Whelan, S, Pathways to housing tax reform, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Australia (2016) [Contract Report]
Thesis
Verdouw, J, For the Love of Money: Moral Orientations Towards Money in the Good Life (2008) [PhD] 
Other Public Output
Flanagan, K and Verdouw, J and Habibis, D, Social network analysis in the suburban context: intersections of stigma, social capital and community engagement, Report to the Henry Halloran Trust, Housing and Community Research Unit, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia (2016) [Government or Industry Research]
Verdouw, J and Flanagan, K and Gorter, T and Habibis, D, Affordable Housing Strategy Tasmania 2015-2025: Statement of Key Issues and Solutions, Statement of Key Issues and Solutions, Housing and Community Research Unit, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, Feb (2015) [Government or Industry Research]
Verdouw, J and Flanagan, KM and Gorter, T and Habibis, D, Affordable housing strategy, Tasmania 2015-2025, Statement of Key Issues and Solutions Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania (2015) [Government or Industry Research]
Verdouw, J and Stafford, J and Habibis, D, Evaluation of New Homelessness Support Services in Tasmania, Report Five: Evaluation of Supported Accommodation Facilities - Common Ground Tasmania, Housing and Community Research Unit, University of Tasmania, Australia (2014) [Government or Industry Research]
Verdouw, J and Stafford, J and Habibis, D, Evaluation of New Homelessness Support Services in Tasmania, Report Five: Evaluation of Support Accomodation Facilities, Common Ground Tasmania, Department of Health and Human Services, Housing and Community Research Unit (HARCU), Tasmania (2014) [Government or Industry Research] 
Verdouw, J and Gabriel, M and Habibis, D, Expectation Gaps: How well are the goals of the NPAH working for tenants of Supported Accomodation Facilities?, Parity, Council to Homeless Persons, Australia, May (2014) [Magazine Article] 
Verdouw, J, Generations X and Y: Volunteering Challenges for the Options Generation, State Volunteering Report - Summary report: What does Tasmania's Ageing Population mean for Volunteerism, The Mercury, Tasmania, Dec 5 (2014) [Newspaper Article] 
Habibis, D and Phillips, R and Verdouw, J, Background paper for Investigative Panel meeting on new emerging models of tenancy mangement in remote Indigenous communities, Research paper, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Australia (2013) [Government or Industry Research] 
Verdouw, J, Generations X and Y: Volunteering Challenges for the Options Generation, Volunteering Tasmania: State of Volunteering Report and Symposium, Volunteering Tasmania, Tasmania (2012) [Internal Newsletter] 
Verdouw, J, Awarded University Medal, University of Tasmania, Academic Senate Commitee, Tasmania (2001) [Award] 

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