Dr Christine King
Dr Christine King
Learning Consultant, Independent researcher, Change specialist
Verified email at monash.edu
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The components of resilience—Perceptions of an Australian rural community
E Buikstra, H Ross, CA King, PG Baker, D Hegney, K McLachlan, ...
Journal of Community Psychology 38 (8), 975-991, 2010
2812010
Community resilience and contemporary agri-ecological systems: reconnecting people and food, and people with people
CA King
Systems Research and Behavioral Science 25 (1), 111, 2008
2262008
Individual resilience in rural people: a Queensland study, Australia
DG Hegney, E Buikstra, P Baker, C Rogers-Clark, S Pearce, H Ross, ...
Rural and remote health 7 (14), 1-13, 2007
1652007
Getting the big picture in natural resource management—systems thinking as ‘method’for scientists, policy makers and other stakeholders
OJH Bosch, CA King, JL Herbohn, IW Russell, CS Smith
Systems Research and Behavioral Science 24 (2), 217-232, 2007
1612007
Reflections on collectively working toward sustainability: indicators for indicators!
DM Freebairn, CA King
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 43 (3), 223-238, 2003
1182003
The sustainability indicator industry: where to from here? A focus group study to explore the potential of farmer participation in the development of indicators
C King, J Gunton, D Freebairn, J Coutts, I Webb
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 40 (4), 631-642, 2000
1072000
Systemic processes for facilitating social learning. Challenging the legacy.
CA King
Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae-Agraria, 2000
992000
Building capacity to engage: community engagement or government engagement?
C King, M Cruickshank
Community Development Journal 47 (1), 5-28, 2010
672010
A systemic model and theory for facilitating social learning
C King, J Jiggins
Wheelbarrows full of frogs. Social learning in rural resource management, 85-104, 2002
662002
Safety culture and an invisible nursing workload
C Ross, C Rogers, C King
Collegian, 2018
352018
Describing a feminist‐systems theory
A Stephens, C Jacobson, C King
Systems Research and Behavioral Science 27 (5), 553-566, 2010
332010
Towards a feminist-systems theory
A Stephens, C Jacobson, C King
Systemic Practice and Action Research 23 (5), 371-386, 2010
292010
National WhopperCropper-risk management discussion support software'
HW Cox, G Hammer, GB McLean, C King
Proceedings of the 4th International Crop Science Congress, 2004
222004
Does participatory action learning make a difference? Perspectives of effective learning tools and indicators from the conservation cropping group in North Queensland, Australia
C King, J Gaffiiey, J Gunton
The Journal of agricultural education and extension 7 (4), 133-146, 2001
222001
Reporting social outcomes of development: An analysis of diverse approaches
M Cuthill, H Ross, K Maclean, K Owens, B Witt, C King
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 3 (6), 145-157, 2008
212008
Selecting bait base to increase uptake of zinc phosphide and warfarin rodenticide baits
LKP Leung, S Seth, CR Starr, S El, IW Russell, CA King, TR Vong, P Chan
Crop Protection 26 (8), 1281-1286, 2007
202007
Rats and rice: belief network models of rodent control in the rice fields of Cambodia
C Smith, I Russell, C King
Proceedings of MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and …, 2005
172005
Extension models, methodologies and methods
R Clark, D Fell, J Timms, C King, J Coutts
2 nd Australasia Pacific Extension Conference Conference Proceedings 2, 42-46, 1997
131997
A process-analysis approach for improving multi-disciplinary farming systems research, development and extension
CA King
Proceedings of the third European symposium on rural and farming systems …, 1998
111998
Gathering indigenous knowledge as a tool for rural research, development and extension: case study on rodent management in Cambodia
A Frost, C King
ACIAR MONOGRAPH SERIES 96, 410-414, 2003
72003
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