|Department of Environment and Geography |
Faculty of Science
Macquarie University NSW 2109
BSc (Hons, Class 1) (Macq) MPA (Harvard)
Lindie Clark has been seconded from the Department to run the University's Participation and Community Engagement (PACE) program.
Stephanie Heuler, Suzan Burton, Lindie Clark (2009) ‘Retail tobacco outlets: Variation by usage segment’ Conference Proceedings, ANZMAC 2009, Melbourne, 30 November - 2 December 2009. Available at http://www.duplication.net.au/ANZMAC09/Menu.html
Suzan Burton, Lindie Clark, Steffi Heuler ‘Retail distribution and display: Tobacco consumption and purchase by smokers and attempting quitters’ Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Darwin, 7-9 October 2009.
Lindie Clark (forthcoming) “G J Dusseldorp”, commissioned entry in the Encyclopaedia of Australian Architecture, Philip Goad and Julie Willis (eds), Cambridge University Press (2010).
Suzan Burton, Lindie Clark, Jette Bollerup, Steffi Heuler ‘Associations between social and environmental factors and smoking incidence’ European Marketing Academy (EMAC) 2009 Conference, Nantes, France, 26-29 May 2009.
Suzan Burton, Lindie Clark (2009) ‘Market share and share of wallet: Tobacco purchases by smokers and attempting quitters’ Research abstract, Proceedings of the Western Decision Sciences Institute 38th Annual Meeting, 7-11 April, Kauai, Hawaii.
Lindie Clark, Suzan Burton, Jette Bollerup (2008) ‘Environmental influences on tobacco consumption by smokers intending to quit’, Partnerships, Proof and Practice - Proceedings of the Second International Nonprofit and Social Marketing Conference, Centre for Health Initiatives, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, University of Wollongong, 2008, Professor Sandra Jones (editor). ISBN: 978-1-74128-153-8 (CDROM) ISBN: 978-1-74128-154-5 (Online). Awarded the prize for best academic paper at the INSM Conference.
Suzan Burton, Lindie Clark, Jette Bollerup (2008) ‘Tobacco purchase and consumption by smokers intending to quit’, Developments in Marketing Science, Volume XXXII, Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference 2008, Vancouver BC, 28-31 May, Leroy Robinson, Jr., ed. Coral Gables, Florida: The Academy of Marketing Science. Awarded the prize for best paper in the "Consumer Behaviour" track of AMS
Lindie Clark, Suzan Burton (2007) ‘Retail availability, tobacco purchase and consumption by smokers attempting to quit’, 3Rs – Reputation, Responsibility, Relevance, Proceedings of the ANZMAC 2007 Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand, 3-5 December
Suzan Burton, Lindie Clark, Wendy Oakes, Anita Tang (2007) ‘Prompts to tobacco purchase: a diary of quitters’, Paper presented to the Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 4-7 September
Theresa Winchester-Seeto, Lindie Clark, Mark Taylor (2007) ‘Work Integrated Learning in the Division of Environmental and Life Sciences at Macquarie University : three case studies’. Paper presented at the Australian Collaborative Education Network Symposium, Sydney, 6 September.
Burton, S, Clark, L, Elliott, G and Siciliano, F. (2005) ‘The Impact of Retail Distribution on Tobacco Consumption: Research Agenda’, Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC) 2005 Conference: Broadening the Boundaries: Conference Proceedings, Fremantle WA, 5-7 December, pp. 23-29.
Burton, S, Clark, L, Elliott, G and Siciliano, F. (2005) Report for the Cancer Council of NSW on Stage 1 of the Tobacco Retailing Research Project: Preliminary Data Collection and Analysis, June.
Curson, P. & Clark, L. ‘Pathological environments’, in R. White (ed) Controversies in Environmental Sociology, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2004, pp. 238-256.
Clark, L. Finding a common interest: The story of Dick Dusseldorp and Lend Lease, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 2002 (reprinted in paperback edition 2007).
Clark, L. ‘The politics of regulation: A comparative-historical study of occupational health and safety regulation in Australia and the United States’, Winner of the Institute of Public Administration Australia’s 1998 National Essay Competition. Australian Journal of Public Administration 58 (2) June 1999: 94-104.
Clark, L. Unequal protection: Place and the regulation of occupational and environmental health, Paper presented to the Institute of Australian Geographers’ Conference, Sydney, Australia, 28 September 1999.
Clark, L. & Culph, S. ‘Seeing is believing: Plantation economies and the rise of environmental justice’, Paper presented to the 6th Women and Labour Conference, Geelong, Australia, 28-30 November 1997.
Clark, L. ‘Contested representations: The debate surrounding evidence of environmental racism in the United States’, Paper presented to the International Academic Conference on Environmental Justice, Melbourne, Australia, 1-3 October 1997. Also presented, by invitation, at the University of Newcastle Dept of Geography & Environmental Science Staff/Student Seminar Program in June 1998.
Clark, L. Trends in the Australian child care industry: Report for the Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union, Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Teaching, Sydney, Australia, July 1995.
Clark, L. Workers’ compensation in Australia, Report for the Slovak Ministry of Family and Social Affairs, Comcare Australia, June 1993.
RESEARCH GRANTS & COMMISSIONED RESEARCH
Assoc Prof Suzan Burton (MGSM) and Ms Lindie Clark (Department of Environment & Geography) The relationships between retail availability, peer smoking and tobacco purchase and consumption, ARC Linkage Project Grant LP0775436, $54,957 (including partner contribution) (2007-08).
Assoc Prof S.Burton (MGSM) and Ms Lindie Clark (Dept of Health and Chiropractic) Tobacco Distribution and Consumption: A Diary Study of Quitters, funded by The Cancer Council of NSW, $36,000 (2006-08)
Assoc Prof S.Burton (MGSM) and Ms Lindie Clark (Dept of Health and Chiropractic) Tobacco Distribution and Consumption: A Diary Study of Smokers, funded by The Cancer Council of NSW, $56,400 (2007-08)
Assoc Prof Michael Fine (Dept of Sociology), Dr Elizabeth Latimer Hill and Ms Lindie Clark (Department of Environment & Geography) ‘Case Management Collaboration: Innovation in community and short term, transitional and long-term care’, Macquarie University External Collaborative Research Grant/various industry partners (2007): $19,994.
Prof Greg Elliott (MGSM), Assoc Prof Suzan Burton (MGSM), Prof Peter Curson (Dept of Environment & Geography), Ms Lindie Clark (Department of Environment & Geography) ‘An investigation of the impact of retail tobacco distribution on tobacco consumption in New South Wales’. Funded by The Cancer Council of NSW/Macquarie University External Collaborative Research Grant No. A006315, $18,000 (2005)