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Book Chapters (1)
Bandias, Susan E. and Gilding, Anthony (2012). Social media: the new tool in business education. In Reiman, C.(Ed.), Public Interest and Private Rights in Social Media. Cambridge UK: Chandos Publishing. (pp. 1-11). 137 8
Journal Articles (9)
Bandias, Susan E. and Sharma, Rajeev D. (2015). How social are we in the NT? An Exploratory Study of the Use of Social Media in the Northern Territory. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science,5(9 (1)):84-91. 73  
Bandias, Susan, Fuller, Don and Larkin, Steven (2014). Indigenous Students In The Tertiary Education Sector. Journal of International Education Research,10(3):179-200. 109  
Bandias, Susan, Fuller, Don and Holmes, Scott (2012). Aboriginal Economic and Human Development in the Northern Territory of Australia: To work or Not to Work. A Clash of Non-Indigenous Beliefs. Economic Papers: a journal of applied economics and policy,31(1):50-62. 159  
Warne, Leonie, Bandias, Susan E. and Fuller, Donald E. (2011). The Employment experiences of women in Australian information communication technology industry. Journal of Economic and Social Policy,14(1):Article 2. 83 97
Bandias, Susan E., Fuller, Donald E. and Pfitzner, Darius M. (2011). Vocational and higher education in Australia: a need for closer collaboration. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management,66(6):583-594. 116 2 3
Bandias, Susan E. (2010). Building Indigenous Social Capital in an Online World. Platform: journal of media and communication,Special Issue: ANZCA(April 2010):38-51. 145 144
Bandias, Susan (2009). The role of telecommunications in facilitating community engagement, social capital and social inclusion. Telecommunications Journal of Australia,59(3):45.1-45.14. 125 3 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Bandias, Susan (2007). Can we negotiate?. Information Age,April/May:33-33. 58 1
Bandias, Susan and Vemuri, Siva Ram (2005). Telecommunications infrastructure facilitating sustainable development of rural and remote communities in Northern Australia. Telecommunications Policy,29(2-3 SPEC.ISS.):237-249. 329 4 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 3
Conference Papers (4)
Bandias, Susan, Fuller, Don, Pfitzner, Darius and Whitnell, Tanjil (2012). Gender Pay Equity - Myth or Reality? A Review of the Literature. In: 9th European Social History Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 11-14 April 2012. 43  
Bandias, Susan (2006). The challenges of servicing diverse community environments. Five case studies from the Northern Territory<br />. In: 16th Biennial Conference of the International Telecommunications Society (ITS2006), Beijing, China, 12-16 June 2006. 56 1
Bandias, Susan (2004). Communicating in Isoaltion. In: Spencer, Su AusWIT 2004 "Making a Difference", Hobart, TAS, 29-30 November 2004. 35  
Bandias, Susan E. and Vemuri, Siva Ram (2003). Sustainable Development of Information Infrastructure in Rural and Remote Communities. In: International Telecommunications Society (ITS) Asia-Australasian Regional Conference, Perth, 22-24 June 2003. 68 1
All Others (5)
Houguet-Pincham, David Terrance (2017). Breaking down the barriers : the Northern Territory experience of diversity in the boardroom. Doctor of Business Administration Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 138 148
Bandias, Susan E. and Warne, L. Scheepers, A. and Davern, M. Ed. (2009). Women in ICT - Retain and Sustain: An Overview of the ACS-W Survey. 20th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Melbourne, Australia, 2 - 4 December 2009. 87 4
Bandias, Susan (2008). The role of telecommunications in the sustainable development of rural and remote communities in the Northern Territory. PhD Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 274 1250
Bandias, Susan (2000). The year 2000 conundrum: competition, equity and access. Master Thesis, Northern Territory University. 192 788
Bandias, Susan Elizabeth and Warne, Leoni : Australian Computer Society Women's Board Surveys 2008/2010/2012 Datatset (raw data surveys from 2003 women employed in the Australian information communication technology industry). 51