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  1. Tony Ward (2013). Betrayal - Women's Paid Work 1874-1974 [Book Review]. Agora 48 (3):76.
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  2. Tony Ward (2013). 'Our Schools and the War' [Book Review]. Agora 48 (1):57.
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  3. Tony Ward (2013). Prime Ministers and Their Governments [Book Review]. Agora 48 (2):73.
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  4. Chris Trotter & Tony Ward (2012). Involuntary Clients, Pro-Social Modelling and Ethics. Ethics and Social Welfare 7 (1):74-90.
    Workers with involuntary clients influence the behaviour of their clients. One of the methods by which workers influence their clients relates to the way they model, encourage or reinforce their comments and behaviours. Practitioners may be aware or unaware of this process and of the extent to which it can impact on clients. This paper describes the process of modelling and reinforcement and discusses some of the ethical issues it raises. It suggests some guidelines by which the process may be (...)
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  5. Tony Ward (2012). Challenge, Change, Faith: Catholic Australia and the Second Vatican Church (DVD). Agora 47 (3):89.
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  6. Tony Ward (2011). Half-Forgotten?: Aspects of 20th Century History [Book Review]. Agora 46 (1):83.
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  7. Tony Ward (2011). Immigration Since 1788: The Making of Modern Australia [Book Review]. Agora 46 (4):73.
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  8. Tony Ward (2011). Indigenous Sporting Greats Life at Mulga Bore [Book Review]. Agora 46 (2):77.
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  9. Tony Ward (2011). The Blue-Eyed Aborigine [Book Review]. Agora 46 (3):58.
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  10. Tony Ward (2010). AD 410: The Year That Shook Rome [Book Review]. Agora 45 (3):57.
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  11. Tony Ward (2010). Psychopathy and Criminal Responsibility in Historical Perspective. In Luca Malatesti & John McMillan (eds.), Responsibility and Psychopathy: Interfacing Law, Psychiatry, and Philosophy. Oxford University Press, Usa. 7.
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  12. Tony Ward (2009). Captain Cook Was Here [Book Review]. Agora 44 (4):75.
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  13. Tony Ward (2009). Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past Since 1788 [Book Review]. Agora 44 (1):74.
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  14. Tony Ward (2009). My Place (Twentieth Anniversary Edition) [Book Review]. Agora 44 (2):75.
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  15. Tony Ward (2009). Year of Hope: 1857 in the Colac District [Book Review]. Agora 44 (3):72.
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  16. Tony Ward (2008). Stuck on History: The Story of Australia in Stamps [Book Review]. Agora 43 (4):70.
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  17. Tony Ward (2006). Two Schools of Legal Idealism: A Positivist Introduction. Ratio Juris 19 (2):127-140.
    This article provides a critical introduction to an issue fo Ratio Juris concerend with two contrasting schools of legal idealism: the so-called Sheffield School (Beyleveld, Brownsword and colleagues) and the “discourse ethics” school of Habermas and Alexy. The article focusses on four issues: (1) whether a "claim to correctness" is a necessary feature of law, (2) the connection between correctness and validity, (3) Alexy's argument for a "qualifying connection" between law and morality, and its counterpart in the Sheffield School's approach, (...)
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  18. Lynne Eccleston, Mark Brown & Tony Ward (2002). The Assessment of Dangerous Behaviour. In Serge P. Shohov (ed.), Advances in Psychology Research. Nova Science Publishers. 11.
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  19. Tony Ward (1998). Law's Truth, Lay Truth and Medical Science: Three Case Studies. In Helen Reece (ed.), Law and Science. Oxford University Press. 1--243.
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