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Rebecca Ling
Dr Rebecca Ling has an abiding interest in Australian literature and culture, particularly in representations of 'otherness' in twentieth century juvenile and adult popular fiction. A graduate of the Universities of Melbourne and Queensland, she has had prior careers as a teacher of English and history and as an educational administrator. She has designed and implemented professional development programs; and from an ecological perspective she has researched and theorized conditions and personal attributes which enhance constructive leadership behaviours and foster positive social environments. Her community commitments include tutoring refugees from non-English-speaking backgrounds and serving on the Council of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland. Rebecca teaches pre-service teachers in the School of Education at The University of Queensland, where she is an Honorary Research Adviser. Keywords:  reviewing culture,settler fiction,White Australia,Pacific region,Broome,

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