Dr Nina Maadad
Education, Language in Culture and Society, Language, Communication and Culture, Migrant Cultural Studies, Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies
|2016||Maadad, N. & White, B. (2016). Supporting EAL/D students through "The Writing Project". Australian Journal of Middle Schooling, 16, 2, 6-23.|
|2016||Maadad, N. & Rodwell, G. (2016). Whose history and who is denied? Politics and the History Curriculum in Lebanon and Australia. The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 15, 4, 86-99.|
|2015||Maadad, N. (2015). Towards sustainable language and literacy practices for teacher learning in a secondary context: a focus on writing. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling, 15, 2, 20-37.|
|2015||Hilal, K., Scott, S. & Maadad, N. (2015). The political, socio-economic and sociocultural impacts of the King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP) on Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Higher Education, 4, 1, 254-267.
|2013||Maadad, N. (2013). International academics and their impact on students' expectations of study progress in Australian Universities. International Journal of the Humanities, 9, 12, 99-114.
|2013||Tsianikas, M. & Maadad, N. (2013). Modern Greek in Australia: A study of the current situation and future perspectives. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), 2013, Special issue, 362-406.|
|2013||Al Hamdany, H., Picard, M., Maadad, N. & Darmawan, I. (2013). Spoken register and Iraqi students in an English for academic purposes program. The International Journal of Literacies, 19, 3, 89-110.|
|2013||Maadad, N. (2013). Crossing Boundaries: Greek Textual and Cultural Landscapes. N. Maadad, M. Tsianikas, G. Couvalis & M. Palaktsoglou (Eds.). Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), -.|
|2012||Maadad, N. (2012). Need or greed: Young people's financial support expectations and cross-cultural differences. Sosiohumanika: Junal Pendidikan Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, 5, 1, 1-20.|
|2011||Misso, V. & Maadad, N. (2011). The english language and cultural appropriateness. Sosiohumanika: Junal Pendidikan Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, 4, 2, 111-128.|
|2011||Maadad, N. (2011). Cultural Experiences of International Academic Staff in South Australian Universities. Journal of the World Universities Forum, 4, 2, 57-68.|
|2010||Maadad, N. & Nallaya,, S. (2010). Research and psychological experiences of international postgraduate students. Journal of the World Universities Forum, 3, 2, 57-70.|
|2007||Maadad, N. (2007). Social acceptance as a key to successful integration. Political Crossroads, 14, 1, 75-84.
|2016||Maadad, N. & Rodwell, G. (2016). Schooling and Education in Lebanon: Syrian and Syrian Palestinian Refugees Inside and Outside the Camps. Bern: Peter Lang.|
|2014||M. Tight & N. Maadad (Eds.) (2014). Academic Mobility (International Perspectives on Higher Education Research). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.|
|2011||M. Tsianikas, N. Maadad, G. Couvalis & M. Palaktsoglou (Eds.) (2011). Greek research in Australia: Proceedings the 9th biennial international conference of Greek studies. Adelaide: Department of Language Studies, Modern Greek, Flinders Univesity.|
|2009||Maadad, N. (2009). Adaptation of Arab immigrants to Australia. Adelaide, South Australia: Shannon Research Press.|
|2014||Maadad, N. (2014). Global academics moving down under: living and learning a new academic culture. In N. Maadad & M. Tight (Eds.), Academic mobility (pp. 137-151). United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.
|2014||Maadad, N. & Tight, M. (2014). Editorial introduction. In N. Maadad & M. Tight (Eds.), Academic Mobility (pp. 1-7). United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd..
|2013||Maadad, N. (2013). Lebanon: post-civil war implications for schools. In S. Clarke & T. O'Donoghue (Eds.), School level leadership in post-conflict societies: the importance of context (pp. 127-144). United Kingdom: Routledge.|
|2014||Maadad, N. & Thomas, J. (2014). Learning the Arabic language in Australia’s Arab communities: Perspective of young Arabic-speaking Australians on informal and formal opportunities. Colloquium 2013: Policies, Practices and Research in University Language and Culture Programs. Australian National University, Canberra.|
|2011||Al Hamdany, H., Picard, M. & Maadad, N. (2011). Exploration of perceptions and applications of spoken register at a South Australian university in relation to Iraqi students. Multiculturalism: Perspectives from Australia, Canada and China. Sydney.|
|2010||Maadad, N. & Melkoumian, N. (2010). Workplace experiences of international academic staff in South Australian universities. Migrant Security. Queensland.|
|2008||Maadad, N. (2008). The language of peace and understanding not racism in multicultural Australia. 4R's International Conference. Sydney.|
|2007||Maadad, N. (2007). Social acceptance as a key to successful integration. Access, Inclusion and SuccessMuslim Students at Australian Universities National Conference. Sydney, Australia.|
|2007||Maadad, N. & Nallaya, S. (2007). Professional English language development for teachers (PELDT). The Asia TEFL International conference. Bernard Spolsky (Ed.) Malaysia.|
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